No change in the Challenge Family World Bonus lead positions after CHALLENGESANGIL


No change in the Challenge Family World Bonus lead positions after CHALLENGESANGIL

After CHALLENGESANGIL, the Challenge Family World Bonus top standings didn’t change at all. Sebastian Kienle and Yvonne van Vlerken are still in charge of their respective ranking.

The results at the amazing race in Mexico, CHALLENGESANGIL, had no effect on the Challenge Family World Bonus top ten ranking. Justin Metzler took the win and earned 250 points with his victory. These points were his first of the season and granted him 17th place in the men’s ranking. Davide Giardini came second and similarly earned his first 200 points of the season. He is now in 22nd place. Alistair Eeckman, who took his first podium as a pro-athlete, was third at CHALLENGESANGIL and also earned his first 150 points of the season. He’s entered the ranking at 25th place.

These results mean Sebastian Kienle still is in the lead of the Challenge Family World Bonus. After his win at CHALLENGEROTH (500 points), his win at CHALLENGEHEILBRONN (250 points) and second place at The Championship(300 points) he has 1050 points in total. It’s still Dylan McNeice in second place (1000 points) and Pablo Gonzales Dapena (900 points) in third.

You can check the full male standings here:

Female rankings

Adriana Carrenotook the women’s victory at CHALLENGESANGIL. She also earned her first 250 points of the season and currently holds 20th position in the ranking. Maria Eugenia Barrera came second and likewise earned her first 200 points thanks to this result. She is now in 24th place. Palmira Alvarez took third place and earned her first 150 points. She is now in 28th place.

These results mean Yvonne van Vlerken still leads the Challenge Family World Bonus. After points at Roma, Gran Canaria, Riccione, Heilbronn and Roth she currently dominates the ranking with 925 points. Lucy Charles is still in second position with 775 points and Daniela Sämmler still in third with 750 points.

You can check the full female standings here:


The next opportunity to earn points is at CHALLENGEPRAGUE. This race takes place in the Czech Republic on the 28th July 2018. The $165kend-of-season bonus will pay five deep across both male and female with the top ranked Pro taking home $30k. Second place will carry a bonus of $20k, third, fourth and fifth positions will pay $15k, $12k and $5k accordingly. Ranking will be decided through a fair points system based on placings earned. This system is explained fully here:

In the event of a tie, the prize money will be averaged between the two athletes and corresponding places.