Scott Brash is in sixth in the world ranking league, topped by Simon Delestre

July 5, 2016

Scott Brash is the only British rider in the top 10 of the latest Longines Ranking list, lying in sixth position.

Simon Delestre is back as world number one, having leapt to the top of the Longines World Rankings.

The Frenchman took over the number one slot in March of this year from London 2012 Olympic team gold medalist Scott Brash, ending the Briton’s 11-month reign at the top of the leaderboard.

Three-time Olympian McLain Ward (USA), who held pole position in last month’s Longines rankings, now drops back to third behind Germany’s Christian Ahlmann, who is just 21 points behind Delestre.

France’s Penelope Leprevost lies fourth with the USA’s Kent Farrington fifth.  Scott is in sixth, 500 points behind the leader.  John Whitaker is next in 27th.

 

Longines World Ranking list to 30 June 2016

 

1 (+1) Simon Delestre – FRA – 3170

2 (+1) Christian Ahlmann – GER – 3149

3 (-2)  McLain Ward – USA – 3049

4 (-)   Penelope Le Prevost – FRA – 2971

5 (+1) Kent Farrington – USA – 2915

6 (-1)  Scott Brash – GBR – 2670

7 (-)   Kevin Staut – FRA – 2660

8 (+1) Daniel Deusser – GER – 2646

9 (+1) Bertram Allen – IRE – 2528

10 (-2) Gregory Wathelet – BEL – 2515

27 (-2) John Whitaker – GBR – 2015

35 (+2) Ben Maher – GBR – 1858

42 (-4) Laura Renwick – GBR – 1780

63 (-17) Michael Whitaker – GBR - 1615

 

 

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