ollowing the third leg of the 2014 Longines Global Champions Tour season, it is Australia’s two-time Championship winner Edwina Tops-Alexander who leads the overall standings with 77 points overall. The two-time season winner is ranked number one on the Longines Global Champions Tour overall standing after finishing 13th in the Grand Prix of Hamburg riding Ego van Orti. Collecting 24 points during the third leg, Edwina is the only rider on the current Season standings to have collected points at each leg of the current GCT season. Britain’s much-loved Ben Maher moves up the rankings after finishing second with Cella in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Hamburg. Sitting in second with 67 points, certainly puts fuel behind the Britain’s desire to chase the Championship title this year.
Germany’s Marcus Ehning moved up to third position on the overall standings with 62 points, after finishing 12th in the Grand Prix of Hamburg. 2012 Championship runner-up Rolf-Göran Bengtsson of Sweden has earned 59 points so far, finishing 15th in the Grand Prix of Hamburg while Germany’s Ludger Beerbaum and Brazil’s Doda Miranda hold the same number of points after a terrific sixth place finish for Doda Miranda and AD Uutje and a fourth place finish for Ludger Beerbaum and Chaman in the Grand Prix of Hamburg. Germany’s World Cup Finals Champion Daniel Deusser sits in seventh place with 56 points while Canada’s Eric Lamaze drops down to eighth position with 54 points, tied with Italy’s Emanuele Gaudiano. Tenth place belongs to Bassem Hassan Mohammed of Qatar with a total of 52 points overall.