IOF World Rankings: World Champions Hausken and Hubmann moving up

Posted on | August 14, 2008 | Category: News

Anne Margrethe Hausken, Norway, and Daniel Hubmann, Switzerland, who both won a gold medal in the World Championships in Czech Republic, are moving up in the World Rankings: Hubmann to a 3rd and Hausken to a 6th place.

Thierry Gueorgiou (FRA) and Simone Niggli-Luder (SUI) still lead the World Ranking list, which includes competitions from the past 12 months. Niggli-Luder, currently expecting her first child, will lose her leading position at the end of August, when her points from the World Championships 2007 do not count anymore.

In women’s rankings, the Finns Heli Jukkola and Minna Kauppi have held their positions – 2nd and 3rd – as has Matthias Merz, Switzerland, in the men’s. Andrey Khramov (RUS), the Sprint World Champion, has advanced from an 8th place before the WOC to a 4th place after the WOC. Also the Czech runners Dana Brozkova (15->12), Eva Jurenikova (20->15), Radka Brozkova (23->16), Michal Smola (12->9) and Tomas Dlabaja (26->13) have improved their positions after their strong performances at the World Championships.

The full rankings lists are updated weekly and can be accessed via World Rankings in the menu on the IOF website’s front page.

Leading rankings:

Women

1. Simone Niggli-Luder, SUI, 6133

2. Heli Jukkola, FIN, 6015

3. Minna Kauppi, FIN, 6008

4. Marianne Andersen, NOR, 5787

5. Helena Jansson, SWE, 5773

6. Anne Margrethe Hausken, NOR, 5729

7. Tatyana Riabkina, RUS, 5714

8. Lena Eliasson, SWE, 5703

9. Emma Engstrand, SWE, 5577

10. Hanny Allston, AUS, 5521

11. Lea Müller, SUI, 5498

12. Dana Brožková, CZE, 5474

13. Signe Søes, DEN, 5383

14. Ingunn Hultgreen Weltzien, NOR, 5330

15. Eva Jureníková, CZE, 5320

Men

1. Thierry Gueorgiou, FRA, 5848

2. Matthias Merz, SUI, 5705

3. Daniel Hubmann, SUI, 5695

4. Andrey Khramov, RUS, 5648

5. Anders Nordberg, NOR, 5606

6. Valentin Novikov, RUS, 5539

7. Martin Johansson, SWE, 5526

8. Mikhail Mamleev, ITA, 5512

9. Michal Smola, CZE, 5483

10. Peter Öberg, SWE, 5468

11. Emil Wingstedt, SWE, 5456

12. Martinš Sirmais, LAT, 5449

13. Tomáš Dlabaja, CZE, 5448

14. Jamie Stevenson, GBR, 5447

15. Mats Haldin, FIN, 5436

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