London, England – December 21, 2021 – After the sixth leg of the league series in London last Sunday, Denis Lynch (IRL) has mantained his the lead in the 2021/2022 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ – Western European League Standings. Although he Irishman scored only two more points, the 39 he has tallied so far was just enough to keep him at the top of the leaderboard. The race for the lead is as tight as it gets with Harry Charles (GBR), the winner of the league series at the London International Horse Show CSI 5*-W, being right on his heels with only one point less.
Despite having participated in only 3 legs of the series so far and scoring points in all of them, Eduardo Menezes‘ (BRA) consistency has secured him the third position, backed a total score of 33 points. Former leader, mainly helped by his win in the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Oslo CSI 5*-W this season, Kevin Jochems (NED) rounds out the top three with a combined score of 30 points, the same combined score as Martin Fuchs (SUI) for a share of fourth place. Please refer to the list below with the Top 5 and click on the button below it to access the season full standings.
2021/2022 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ – Western European League Standings
1) Denis Lynch (IRL) – 39 pts
2) Harry Charles (GBR) – 38 pts
3) Eduardo Pereira de Menezes (BRA) – 33 pts
4) Kevin Jochems (NED) – 30 pts
4) Martin Fuchs (SUI) – 30 pts
Source: Longines Timing
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