It's a 24th consecutive month on top of the list for the European team champion, double world champion and Olympic team gold contender. 

Currently still the reigning Olympic champion, Ben Maher (GBR) seems to be closing the gap step by step gathering points along the way. Austria's Max Kühner (AUT) is new to join the top three, coming from fifth place in last month's ranking and now taking over Steve Guerdat's (SUI) bronze place, who drops to four. Julien Epaillard (FRA) also goes down one spot, taking fifth place. 

Big jump for Erynn Ballard (CAN) who goes from 31 to 22. Karl Cook's (USA) top form doesn't go unnoticed in the list as the winner of the innaugral Rolex Series Grand Prix of Rome takes over 23th place coming from 29. 

Young riders are making their mark within the top fifty with Belgian Champion Gilles Thomas jumping from 60 to 33. Matthew Sampson (GBR) takes his place on 41, being on 88 in last month's ranking.

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