Peder Fredricson still at the top of the world ranking but places are scrambling behind
A waking dream for Peder Fredricson! Last October, Sweden’s rider became world number one for the first time in his career. Since then, he has not left the top of the ranking, and this is his third consecutive month in pole position.
No change for Daniel Deusser, Henrik von Eckermann and Martin Fuchs who maintain the second, third and fourth place, respectively. Marlon Modolo Zanotelli and Scott Brash switch fifth and sixth place. Just behind them, Ben Maher stole the seventh position from the American Kent Farrington, who drops to the ninth place. Jérôme Guery jumped two places to eighth. For this month of December, a French rider re-enters the top 10 and closes it: Julien Epaillard. The Normandy native gained three places, thanks to his victories in the 5* Grand Prix in Madrid with Billabong du Roumois (Mylord Carthago) and the 3* in Oliva with Cheyenne d'Auge (Guarana Champeix). See you in 2022 for the next ranking!