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Rankings
UNDERSTANDING YOUR RANKING
HOW DOES MY RANKING GET CALCULATED?
Our system uses pace setters to determine a par time for each race. Every race has a unique par time, based on the athletes who competed. Because each race is unique, you may receive a higher score in one race, even if you consider your finish time in another race to be better. Your score is determined by a par time, which is based on the calculated times of the pace setters.


This means that if John is a pace setter and he finished a race this year in 1:30:00, we can find his calculated time. If his score from last year was 95.234, we would divide it by 100 to get .95234. Then, we multiply that by his finish time, which would be 90 minutes. 90 x .95234 = 85.7106.


SO WHAT ARE PACE SETTERS?
In 2014, a pace setter was any athlete who received an overall ranking in the previous year. A calculated time is determined for each pace setter. This is calculated by taking their overall score from the previous year, dividing it by 100, and then multiplying that number by their finish time (converted into minutes) for the current race. This means that if John is a pace setter and he finished a race


HOW MANY PACE SETTERS ARE THERE?
It is based on the number of athletes who compete. Some races may have five; some may have 50-plus.


HOW DO I GET A SCORE FOR MY RACE?
Everyone’s score for the race is determined by the par time,which is the average calculated time of the middle 60 percent of the pace setters.


Par time is calculated by dropping the top 20 percent and bottom 20 percent of all the pace setters — only the middle 60 percent is averaged together. If there are 100 pace setters in a race, the top 20 and bottom 20 pace setters are not included, and the remaining 60 percent pace setters’ calculated times are averaged together to create the par time.


After the par time is calculated, the time of every participant in the race is compared against the par time. If the par time of John’s race is 80 minutes, and he finished in 90 minutes, his score would be 88.88 (80 / 90 = .88888 * 100 = 88.888).


 


Complete 2014 rankings are posted at www.usatriathlon.org/2014rankings


 


Now that you know how your score is determined in each race, it is important to know a few other things:
• For triathlon rankings, your top three scores will be averaged to create your final ranking.
• For duathlon, aquathlon, aquabike or off-road triathlon rankings, your top two scores will be averaged for your final ranking.
• Women receive a 10 percent “gender grade” in the final rankings. This grade is not included in the pace setter formula. Women pace setters are calculated using their raw score (before the 10 percent).
• To be included in the final rankings, you must have been a member on Nov. 1 of that year. So, for 2014 rankings, you must have been a member of USA Triathlon on Nov. 1, 2014. The deadline to report corrections to USA Triathlon is Jan. 31 of each year.


Rankings section compiled and edited by: Cassandra Johnson, Samantha Mehner, Ava Jones and Tim Yount
RK FIRST NAME LAST NAME ST PTS


TRIATHLON



M 85+
1 ROBERT MCKEAGUE 89 IL 49.285


 


M 80-84
1 BOB SCOTT 84 IL 64.19
2 ROGER BROCKENBROUGH PA 57.878


 


M 75-79
1 DONALD ARDELL 76 FL 71.901
2 JON ADAMSON GA 69.512
3 KENNETH FLEISCHHACKER CO 64.999
4 LOCKETT WOOD CO 64.159
5 GERRY FORMAN CA 63.221
6 ROD DALEY CA 62.246


 


M 70-74
1 ROBERT PLANT 71 CA 76.987
2 DALE VAUGHAN GA 76.356
3 TONY MARSHALL CA 76.229
4 ROGER LITTLE MA 76.183
5 JERRY MAGLIULO FL 75.411
6 JOSEPH GULASKEY OR 75.201
7 DAVID ROADHOUSE IL 74.997
8 DAVID MCNEELY MD 74.622
9 KENTON BLAIR NM 74.59
10 WALLY HERRALA MI 74.532
11 FRANCIS SCHAUER VA 74.182
12 MIKE MABRY FL 72.776
13 MIKE SULLIVAN CA 72.487
14 JIM DONALDSON OH 72.476
15 MICHAEL WOOD CA 72.391
16 TOM MONTEMAGNI VT 72.254
17 VERNON HOLTHOUSE CA 72.217
18 GARY FERRIS CA 72.202
19 WILLIAM MARSHALL CA 71.866
20 DWIGHT LUNDELL AZ 71.861
21 J.P. GILLES LA 71.058


 


M 65-69
1 WILLIAM (CHRIS) WREN 66 VA 85.571
2 CHARLES PEREZ CO 85.252
3 FREDDIE FERRARO TX 83.329
4 PETER HOYT CA 83.285
5 BROOK COLLINS MD 82.833
6 NEIL KING MN 81.951
7 SIMON BUTTERWORTH CO 81.636
8 TERRY HABECKER NY 81.26
9 MICHAEL S. DWYER TX 80.594
10 MIKE MCDOWELL MI 80.104
11 JOHN GREGORY VA 80.088
12 TOM DUTTON NY 79.918
13 MICHAEL ZINN TX 79.759
14 BENJAMIN EWERS AZ 79.599
15 DAVID RAKITA CO 79.521
16 ROGER FREEMAN CA 79.472
17 LARRY KRUTKA OK 78.679
18 TIM HUGHES CA 78.559
19 WILLIAM CERNY UT 78.494
20 KING YAEGER MI 78.451
21 DONN LIVONI MT 78.051
22 HARRY BARNES FL 77.983
23 THOMAS BALZER FL 77.811
24 AL TRUSCOTT WA 77.69
25 BARRY CLARK CO 77.465
26 THOMAS WALDROP VA 77.446
27 MIKE KLINEDINST PA 77.397
28 JEFFERY BLAKE PA 77.133
29 ROBERT REES NY 76.997
30 ROBERT TEBO NY 76.747
31 GENE CORMIER MA 76.544
32 ROB LADEWIG CO 76.063
33 JAMES SOROKA NH 76.026
34 DON UTSINGER FL 76.025
35 JOHN STRAIT FL 75.991
36 STEVE COLLINS WA 75.988
37 ROB HOLMES NJ 75.612
38 PAUL DANIELS TX 75.503
39 DANIEL OCONNELL NY 75.393
40 LARRY MAYSE GA 75.228
41 AMOS BENHORIN NY 75.188
42 GORDON GRAY WA 74.845
43 WALTER WOOLLEY NJ 74.683
44 WILLIAM PAPE NY 74.604
45 ISRAEL NIR NC 74.585
46 JACQUE HARVEY CA 74.386


 


M 60-64
1 GREG TAYLOR 60 SD 92.867
2 MICHAEL ORENDORFF CO 89.704
3 PAUL CLARK CA 89.664
4 DOUGLAS HILL WA 89.587
5 PHILIP FRIEDMAN PA 89.34
6 RANDALL NORRIS IN 89.216
7 R. KEITH MCCORMICK MA 88.857
8 KEVIN MOATS GA 88.054
9 JON BROWN NM 86.994
10 DAVID MORROW FL 86.775
11 PETER TUREK NJ 86.426
12 CHARLIE COWAN NY 85.692
13 KEN JUNKINS FL 85.317
14 JACK ALEXANDER TX 84.905
15 RICHARD MEYER CA 84.597
16 MICHAEL KEARNS PA 84.532
17 RAYMOND SHANE WI 84.532
18 BILL SCHMITT TN 84.488
19 BRUCE COOK CT 84.129
20 CLIFFORD ADLERZ TN 84.101
21 JEFF REED VT 84.051
22 CHARLIE BROCKUS NV 84.032
23 KEITH WOODWARD VT 83.831
24 STEVE PULVER CA 83.808
25 JOHN ROYSON CA 83.704
26 GARY RODEFELD IN 83.677
27 DOUG JONES FL 83.659
28 DERRICK FRIES MI 83.538
29 PHIL FURNISS CA 83.509
30 KIM MCDONALD CA 83.457
31 RICHARD RODGERS IL 83.43
32 BOB LAMOTHE RI 83.376
33 LARRY THOMPSON TX 83.047
34 ROBERT KINNEY CA 83.019
35 WALT RIDER TN 82.974
36 ROBERT SMITH AK 82.954
37 THOMAS STROUP VA 82.723
38 CLAUDE SKEENE CAN 82.513
39 BRUCE BUTTERWORTH NH 82.267
40 TOM KINNEMAN MA 82.156
41 GERALD STEINHOFF IN 82.117
42 JIM FULLER CO 82.106
43 DENNIS WHITE CT 82.079
44 EDWARD MCKINLEY CA 82.055
45 ROBERT BROCKETT FL 81.968
46 EMIL RASCHLE TX 81.936
47 STAN STROHM IL 81.855
48 WILL HATHAWAY FL 81.788
49 JOHN AUSTIN NC 81.714
50 GARY HENDERSON UT 81.667
51 ARTHUR HALTTUNEN FL 81.61
52 HANS KRAUS CA 81.605
53 RICHARD SCHRAM CA 81.584
54 JOHNNY WILLIAMSON AZ 81.538
55 BRUCE THOMPSON IL 81.506
56 DALE MOSHER SC 81.484
57 STANTON FITTING MN 81.472
58 SCOTT BOYLAN MD 81.462
59 MARK CARRIER FL 81.381
60 ROY LESTER NY 81.338
61 KEVIN FLYNN IL 81.275
62 JAMES MAYER FL 81.189
63 DAVID RYAN VA 80.802
64 THOMAS KAPTUR IL 80.774
65 SCOTT MOSENTHAL NY 80.641
66 BILL EDWARDS SC 80.637
67 JAMES RANTALA OR 80.604
68 JIM GEBHARDT IL 80.578
69 JOEL ROSENSTRAUS NY 80.528
70 FRED SKINNER NH 80.452
71 MICHAEL WIEN GA 80.449
72 STEPHEN SMITH NH 80.429
73 WILL MURRAY CO 80.359
74 NEIL HOWK AZ 80.326
75 C.BRUCE ANDERSON MD 80.304
76 JAMES MYERS VA 80.302
77 GREG ROSIN TX 80.139
78 PATRICK PEPPLER IL 80.085
79 JERRY DONOHUE MO 79.984
80 CHUCK FARRELL LA 79.947
81 MICHAEL ZOELLNER GA 79.831
82 DAVID PARK LA 79.804
83 WILLIAM DABNEY GA 79.795
84 CHUCK CHOKEL AZ 79.67
85 ERIC JOHNSON WA 79.566
86 ANDREW BROOKNER NY 79.509
87 MICHAEL BERGER GA 79.488
88 FRANK TROIANO IN 79.465
89 JOSEPH GREGG CO 79.424
90 ED BAAS MI 79.391
91 STEPHEN GODWIN MD 79.331
92 FRED NEINAST NY 79.32
93 JAMES KELLY NY 79.312


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