Race Performance

The results for a race are handicapped based on a percentage calculated by comparing the finish time of the racer versus the finish time of an elite runner of the same gender. This scaled for their age gives a handicapped finish time.

This gives an ordered set of results based on the handicapped finish times. The results are then scored based on the following formula. Each team scores 3 positions in the race which are added up to produce the teams score for that race which then determines the winner.

For example, if a team finishes 1st, 2nd, 3rd in the handicapped results, their score would be 6 (1 + 2 + 3).

If a different team finishes 5th, 8th, 10th then their score would be 23 (5 + 8 + 10).

Scores are ordered smallest to greatest to determine the team result within the division.

For teams that do not have at least 3 racers show up to a race then that team is assigned the place of last place like they crossed the race after the race was over and packed up.

For example if there are 6 participants within a division and a team only has 2 racers which finished 1st and 5th, they would be assigned a third racer of 7th (last place + 1). So their overall score would be 13 (1 + 5 + 7).

In addition to 3 scorers for a team we can also have up to 3 bumpers that can push that last place number down further.

So up to 6 participants in the race for a team can contribute to improving the teams overall score as far as race performance.


The Participation Awards are based on all of the races in the season.

For each race a team partcipates they receive participation scores based on the following formula

Number of Racers Points Awarded
1-2 1
3-5 2
6 or more 3
The team with the most racers at a race gets an extra point 1
So the maximum participant points for a single race for a team would be 4 (6 or more racers as well as having the most racers at that race within their division).

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