Position in Women's World Golf Rankings at the end of each calendar year.
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... Professional snooker players can play on the World Snooker main tour ranking circuit ... Ranking points, earned by players through their performances over the previous two seasons, determine the current world ranking ... A player's ranking determines what level of qualification they require for ranking tournaments ...
... He reached a UCI World Ranking of 35th (with 137 points) at the end of 2009 season ... This performance meant he finished 49th in the year end UCI World Ranking with 106 points, which also helped Ireland to 17th place in the nation rankings (254 points) ... Martin to a career high of ninth place in the UCI World Tour rankings with 286 points, helping Ireland to thirteenth place in the nation rankings (319 points) ...
... highest-ranked Japanese female on the ITTF World Ranking list ... She advanced to the semifinals at the 2005 Women's World Cup, losing to Guo Yan in the semifinals but beating Tie Ya Na in the third place match ... qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics through world ranking ...
... in the Waste Management Phoenix Open, lifting his world ranking to 41 ... tied for 5th in the Transitions Championship, his ranking rising to 40 ... After the tournament his world ranking rose to 21 ...
... World Ranking at 1 August 2 ... World Ranking at 18 November 3 ... World Ranking at 29 July 1 ... World Ranking at 29 June 1 ... World Ranking at 20 November 1 ... World Croquet Federation World Championships ... Singles title in 1997, British Men's Championships in 2005, Sonoma-Cutrer World Croquet Championship in 1997 ...
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