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USA’s Kent Farrington, the new Longines world number one, en route to team silver with Voyeur at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Photo by FEI/Richard Julliart

Kent Farrington Debuts in Longines World Number One Slot

Olympic silver medallist Kent Farrington (USA) has overtaken compatriot McLain Ward to jump up to the number one spot in the Longines Rankings for the first time. Farrington, a member of the US squad that took team silver at last…

Olympic Jumping athlete Simon Delestre (FRA), Longines world number one.

Simon Delestre Regains Top Spot in Longines Rankings

French Olympian Simon Delestre is back as world number one, having leapt to the top of the Longines Rankings, the world Jumping rankings. The Frenchman took over the number one slot in March of this year from London 2012 Olympic team…

Two-time Olympic gold medallist McLain Ward (USA), the new world number one in the Longines Rankings, is pictured here with stallion Rothchild at the OLG Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park during the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games in Caledon, Ontario (CAN). Photo by FEI/Eric Knoll

McLain Ward Tops Longines Rankings

American Olympic champion McLain Ward has shot from fourth to the top of the Longines Rankings, the world Jumping rankings. France’s Simon Delestre, who competed at his first Olympic Games at London 2012 and had held the world number one…

Olympic Jumping athlete Simon Delestre (FRA), the new world Jumping number one at the top of the Longines Rankings, pictured on the stallion Qlassic Bois Margot in Bordeaux (FRA), last qualifier of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Western European League before the Final in Sweden. Photo by FEI/Eric Knoll

Simon Delestre Jumps to Top of Longines Rankings

France’s Olympic athlete Simon Delestre has jumped to the top of the Longines Rankings, the world Jumping rankings, breaking the 11-month run of Great Britain’s Scott Brash, now world number two. Delestre, who competed at his first Olympic Games at…

Scott Brash (GBR), pictured here at the Miami Beach 2015 CSI5* on Hello Sanctos, is back as world Jumping number one at the top of the Longines Rankings. Photo by FEI/Amy Dragoo-arnd.nl

Scott Brash Back at the Top

Scott Brash (GBR) is now back at the top of the Longines Rankings as world Jumping number one. Brash, 29, the youngest member of the London 2012 Olympic Games gold medal winning British team, jumped into the lead of the…

Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos Doha

Scott Brash Leads Longines Rankings

Scott Brash (GBR), currently second in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2013/2014 Western European League standings and the youngest member of the London 2012 Olympic Games gold medal winning British team, has jumped into the world number one spot…

Ben Maher

Ben Maher Takes Tops Spot in Longines Rankings

London 2012 Olympic team champion Ben Maher (GBR), who won team gold and individual silver at the P.S.I. FEI European Jumping Championships in Denmark last month, is the new world number one in the Longines Rankings, the FEI World Jumping…

Christian Ahlmann

Christian Ahlmann Holds Number One Spot in Longines Rankings

Christian Ahlmann (GER), the 2003 double European gold medallist, has held onto the world number one spot in the FEI World Rider Rankings for Jumping – now called the Longines Rankings. The 38-year-old German jumped into the top spot in…

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