After the first championship to count for the WPPAR – World P&P Ranking, the Spanish Pedro Rodriguez Cielos climbs 4 positions in the classification and is now in the 2nd place at a very short distance from the number 1 in the world, Jose Maria Pinedo Fernandez.
The biggest climb, however, belonged to Carlos Lopez Vega, the winner of this first competition of 2020, the I Pontuable Nacional P&P 2020, which took place in the Canary Islands, in the beautiful P&P course of Los Palmares, in Las Palmas, Spain, rising 23 positions, and maintaining now in 22nd position worldwide.
In the Women’s World Ranking, the Spanish Laura Baptista Mederos maintained her 1st position, well highlighted from the 2nd classified, also the Spanish Maria Eugenia Martinez Oriola.
By teams, Spain leads both in men and women.
The next competition to be counted for WPPAR is next weekend, the X Match Portugal-Spain P&P, which will take place at El Campanario P&P course, near Malaga, in southern Spain.