Here's an approach that will take into consideration any ties for 5th place...
D11, copied down:
=RANK(B11,$B$11:$B$16)+COUNTIF($B$11:B11,B11)-1
E10: enter 5, indicating you want a Top 5 list
F10:
=MAX(IF(B11:B16=INDEX(B11:B16,MATCH(E10,D11:D16,0)),D11:D16))-E10
...confirmed with CONTROL+SHIFT+ENTER, not just ENTER.
G11, copied down:
=IF(ROWS($G$11:G11)<=$E$10+$F$10,INDEX(A$11:A$16,MATCH(ROWS($G$11:G11),$D$11:$D$16,0)),"")
Note that if you want to display the corresponding values in Column B and Column C, enter the formula in G11, copy down and across.
Hope this helps!
P.S. I see that Aladin has provided you with a link to his Top N formula system. Since I've already used his formula system to provide you with a solution, here it is...