Scoring System

Athletes ranking and points assignment follow the same criteria used in the Open.

The position of the athlete in the overall leaderboard is based on the sum of the points obtained in each workout. The points obtained in each workout are based on the ranking of the athlete in that workout: the 1st ranked athlete gets 1 point, the 2nd gets 2 points, the 3rd gets 3 points and so on…

Example

Athlete “Matt”
– Qualifier 1: 38°
– Qualifier 2: 52°
– Qualifier 3: 13°
Matt’s total: 38+52+13 = 103 points

Athlete “Rich”
Qualifier 1: 1°
Qualifier 2: 1°
Qualifier 3: 100° (last position because of invalidated score)
Rich’s total: 1+1+100 = 102 points

1° Rich with 102 total points
2° Matt with 103 total points

Ranking

In this example, Rich is ranked in a higher position in the overall leaderboard because he has less total points than Matt, even if Rich has got a score invalidated.


Notes

  1. The asterisk “*” placed beside the ranking of the athlete in the overall leaderboard means that one or more score of that athlete are missing or invalidated. In this case the athlete is ranked last in one or more workouts and gets a number of points equal to the number of athletes ranked in his division (if there are 100 athletes, the last position is 100th and the score is 100 points).
  2. The asterisk “*” placed beside the score of a single workout means that the athlete has performed the Scaled version of that workout. In this case the athlete is ranked below all the athletes who performed the Rx version of that workout (this results in a higher number of points assigned in that workout).
  3. The letter “T” placed beside the ranking means that two or more athletes are tied in that position.