NEW YORK: The four leading candidates in the race for the White House were among those named the world’s 100 most influential people by Time magazine Thursday. Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton has made the cut an astonishing 10 times, beaten only by US President Barack Obama who has featured 11 times. But this time she was joined by Bernie Sanders, her self-declared democratic socialist rival in the race to win the Democratic nomination, and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and his closet rival Ted Cruz. The fifth candidate still in the running – John Kasich, the Republican governor of Ohio who has managed to win only his home state in the nominating contests for the party’s ticket – did not feature. Time’s annual list does not rank candidates, but groups them together into five categories of titans, pioneers, artists, leaders and icons.