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Pole Sports World Ranking

Welcome to the first world ranking system in pole sports history. All IPSF competitions worldwide are judged using the same fair scoring system with certified judges.

 

Two athletes per category are eligible to represent their country. The 1st place winner in each elite category of the national championships is automatically invited to the WPSC. The runner up in 2nd place is invited to compete at WPSC if they have a minimum points.

 

In open championships, the results of each athlete will be collated from all the open competitions in accordance to the countries represented to determine which athlete has the highest score for automatic invitation to WPSC.  The athlete with the second highest score for each country represented will be invited if they have a minimum points.

 

Competative year 1st November 2015 - 15th June 2016

Current World Record Holders

Category Name Country Points
Senior Women Rafaela Montanaro USA 68.3
Senior Men

Felipe Nicolás Pérez Mendoza   

Chile 66.0
Doubles Polina Volchek and Dmitrii Politov USA 57.0
Masters 40+ W

Yvonne Haug

Germany 48.1
Masters 40+ M Seiichi Yamazaki Japan 39.3
Masters 50+ W

Christie Kurrle   

Australia 41.6
Masters 50+ M Yoshichika Kugimiya Japan 23.6
Junior

Szonja Janzer

Hungary 50.2
Novice Paige Olson  USA 47.7

2016 Ranking

Senior Women      
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Rafaela Montanaro USA 68.1
2 Polina Volchek USA 64.5
3 Ruzenka Kunstyrova Czech Republic 60.0
4 Erika González del Pliego Revilla Mexico 60.0
5 María Eugenia Plaza Ortega Mexico 57.9
6 Jordana de Haro Spain 53.4
7 Elise Dahl-Hansen Norway 53.2
8 Belinda van Ommen Netherlands 52.6
9 Minina Olena  Ukraine 52.4
10 Romana Zahálková Czech Republic 50.8
11 Tammy Smith    South Africa 50.8
12 Melanie Martin South Africa 49.6
13 Sandra Jung Germany 49.6
14 Gordiyenko Tatyana Ukraine 48.8
15 Rania El-Azzami Germany 48.0
16 Emi Ono Japan 46.9
17 Irina Vorobyeva Spain 46.5
18 Noémi Marosvölgyi Czech Republic 46.2
19 Julie Frota Barcellos Brazil 45.7
20 Kiyoko Okamoto Japan 45.1
21 Aleksandra Bednarz    Poland 44.6
22 Anna-Maija Nyman       Sweden 44.5
23 Ivania Sofia Reyes Noguera Chile 44.1
24 Réka Bökfi Hungary 44.0
25 Bjørg Granly Norway 44.0
26 Miriam Brinksma Netherlands 44,0
27 Breitman Zarina Madelaine Argentina 42.9
28 Iamad Boari Italy 42.6
29 Kiyoko Okamoto Japan 41.0
30 Alessandra Rancan True Brazil 40.5
31 Taemi Kim South Korea 39.9
32 Kelly Navarro Mesa Colombia 39.7
33 Forquera Florencia Argentina 39.2
34 Sandra de Sloovere Switzerland 38.8
35 Lea Roth Germany 38.5
36 Natasa Belic   Serbia 35.2
37 Pizarro Bossa Milenka Paulina Chile 32.5
38 Reyes Noguera Ivania Sofía Chile 32.4
39

Anna Valfsson Nikolskaya   

Sweden 31.3
40 Paola Andrea Martin       Colombia 28.3
41 Tine Poullet    Belgium 28.3
42 Min Jung Um South Korea 25.9
43 Leonie de Sloovere Switzerland 24.2
Senior Men      
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Felipe Nicolás Pérez Mendoza    Chile 66.0
2 Ricardo Valenzuela Bustos  Chile 59.7
3 Julio Cesar Marin Clavel    Colombia 51.3
4 Moisés Ahumada Reyes Mexico 49.0
5 Naoto Araya Japan 48.4
6 Kazuya Naka Japan 47.2
7 Sierokurov Hennadiy  Ukraine 45.3
8 C Fernandez Spain 43.9
9 Roman Konanchuk Germany 42.2
10 Jorge Lera Norway 40.2
11 Andres Dario Rvera Martinez Colombia 39.0
12 David Rutherfoord-jones South Africa 38.7
13 F Camargo Spain 34.3
14 Hendrik de Jonge Netherlands 32.5
15 Jian Lei China 32.5
16 Gabriel Wallace Pereira da Silva Brazil 28.0
17 Kim jae sub South Korea 26.4
18 Kopyniak Andrii  Ukraine 25.9
19 Pawel Julaga Poland 25.9
20 Guilherme Ambrósio Brazil 25.8
21 Hanse Andersson     Sweden 25.7
22 Gustavo De Silva Quintino Brazil 25.3
23 Ludovic Roulin    Switzerland 21.9
24 Narlton Tsang Hong Kong 19.3
25 David Kotlaba Czech 12.0
26 Kovacs Mate Efraim Hungary 8.9

 

Doubles      
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Dmitrii Politov & Polina Volchek USA 57.0
2 Silva Retamal Eduardo Antonio & Saez Soto Cristopher Chile 50.9
3 Keiko Takemoto & Maki Mori Japan 50.7
4 María Eugenia Plaza Ortega & Mariana Trujillo Muñoz Mexico 50.6
5 Elise Lander & Vendi Andersson Norway 50.5
6 Marina Ruskova & Viktoriia Trenina Russia 48.8
7 Tamara Levering & Chris de Weerd Netherlands 48.4
8 Julia Wahl & Bianca Schumayer Germany 47.5
9 Amanda Drotz & Anki Happonen     Sweden 46.7
10 Tallyta Torres & Vera Lucia T. Almeida Brazil 45.2
11 Irina Mauch & Carmen Fischerkeller Germany 44.0
12 Ai Nishimori & Ayaki Chikazawa Japan 43.6
13 Katrina Wyckoff & Brianne McClanahan USA 43.4
14 Chantal Nell & Sherry Bremner South Africa 43.2
15 Camilla Haukås / Steivor Andersen Norway 41.0
16 Dominika Németh & Szandra Siegler Hungary 39.1
17 Lucia Correa & Ana Celano Argentina 37.4
18 Jennifer Kascsák & Tifani Lili Makovinyi  Hungary 39.7
19 Kata Gyarmati & Marianna Potyka Hungary 36.3
20 Manon Kohler and Gaelle Gander Switzerland 35.6
21 Nikou Kai & Sorami Fujioka Japan 35.0
22

Sánchez Barrio Ailin & Alba Macias Gemma

Chile 34.1 
23 Yasmina & Jordana de Haro Spain 32.7
24 Nooki Berhitoe & Vivian Sikkes Netherlands 29.9
25

Suzanne Vink & Mirthe Janssen

Netherlands 27.9
26

Alexia Tiburcio & Luciana Ongaro

Brazil 25.2
27 Minjee Lee & Haeon Cho South Korea 14.3
28 Kely Paola Alvarez & Alexander Osorio      Colombia                 14.2              
Masters 40+ Men      
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Seiichi Yamazaki                                                        Japan 39.3
2 Takashi Minami Japan 24.1
       
Master 40+ Women    
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Yvonne Haug Germany 48.1
2 Orsolya Kelemen Hungary 40.1
3 Ryoko Ibaraki Japan 37.7
4 Herdis Jenssen Norway 35.0
5 Ramírez Fajardo Marcela Chile 32.0
6 Masako Aoki Japan 28.7
7 Daniela Choderova Czech Republic 27.1
8 Parakhnievich Irina   Ukraine 26.6
9 Susan Nolan    Ireland 25.7
10 Didenko Tetyana  Ukraine 24.6
11 Maribel Cano Torres Spain 21.0
12 Isabel Maria Aguilar Colombia 18.9
13 Siuho Hung Netherlands 16.2
14 Ericka Dennis Nuñez Vázquez Mexico 12.1
15 Nohella Chan USA 10.6
Masters 50+ Men    
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Yoshichika Kugimiya Japan 23.6
Masters 50+ Women    
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Christie Kurrle    Australia 41.6
2 Nora Susana Ordoñez López Mexico 39.0
3 Edi Reis Jallego Brazil 33.9
4 Mika Higuchi                             Japan                  30.5
5 Tintti Mikkonen   Finland 27.8
6 Rita Valvasori Australia 25.0
7 Greta Pontarelli USA 20.3
8 Monica van Beek Netherlands 16.2
Junior 15-17      
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Szonja Janzer Hungary 50.2
2 Andrea Fiorella Chacon Cortes        Colombia 38.5
3 Nikol Kalabzova Czech Republic 34.0
4 Sarah Wagnerova Czech Republic 36.2
5 Jázmin Pétervári Hungary 36.0
6 Carolina Arlandez Zoyo Spain 35.0
7 Paola Cortés Viciconty Mexico 31.6
8 Kanna Taniguchi Japan 22.1
9 Telenik Viktoriya    Ukraine 22.0
10 Astrid Piepers    Netherlands 20.7
11 Crystal Kerkhoven Netherlands 20.2
12

Alexia Tiburcio

Brazil 17.7
13 Kyoko Takahashi Japan 15.4
14 Cañete Mazzochi Guadalupe    Argentina -11.0
Novice 10-14      
World Ranking Name Country Points
1 Paige Olson USA 47.2
2 Vanessa Viskova Czech Republic 46.6
3 Annika Winkler Germany 43.9
4 Romane Moscaritolo    Switzerland 42.7
5 Oliinyk Sofiya   Ukraine 41.2
6 Chiari Isawaki Japan 39.6
7 Sorami Fujioka Japan 39.4
8 Andrea Estefanía Rodríguez López Mexico 39.5
9 Dana Castillo Zarazua Mexico 38.6
10 Terezie Drabikova Czech Republic 36.8
11 Grebeniuk Elizaveta   Ukraine 36.8
12 Alba Parra Spain 36.7
13 Brooke Lynne Unsworth    South Africa 36.6
14 Jara Bauhaus Germany 35.0
15 Demi Brama Netherlands 34.8
16 Chiari Isawaki Japan 34.7
17 Zoe Blair USA 34.4
18 Denisa Dvořáková Czech Republic 33.1
19 Zoe Timmermans    Natherlands 30.8
20 Lis Laura Venturini Brazil 27.3
21 Menta Méry Hungary 24.4
22 Panna Kocsaslijkszki Hungary 23.7
23 Oyarzo Mella Ignacia Millaray Chile 18.9
24 Ivanna Camargo                                           Colombia             5.6       

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