• Series Scoring

    Series Scoring

Series Awards/Age Divisions

We've been working hard to make sure that we've got some awesome awards for both the overall and division winners in our series! The overall series will have the same divisions as the individual races. There are top three in each gender in the following categories: 19 & under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 & above, Athena (women over 165 lbs.) and Clydesdale (men over 220 lbs.). The overall series winners, both male and female, will receive an award.

Series Awards/Age Divisions

Transition Awards

New in 2021: We’ll be awarding the fastest transition times at each event for both individuals and teams! Series scoring will also be in place to determine which individuals and team have the fastest transitions through the season. All awards will be given out at the end of the year banquet.

Transition Awards

2021 Scoring

In 2021 the series scoring will be based on your five best times out of the seven races. Novice category is available, however, those participants will be automatically placed in the age group category for points and awards. We will not be having a separate novice category for awards. We recommend that you enter the novice category three times or less as it is intended to help those that are new to the sport.

2021 Scoring

How It Works

This series features series scoring and awards for age group and overall series winners! Here's how the scoring works: At each race the overall winners (male and female) will be assigned 1,000 points. All other athletes' points will be calculated by this formula: (winning time/your time)*1,000. That is to say, we'll divide the winning time by your time and then multiply by 1000. For those non-math majors out there, here's an example: Will B. Goodbiker wins Lake Mills with a time of 60 minutes on the nose. Will gets 1,000 points. Bob A. Fastrunner comes in second with a time of 61 minutes on the nose. We would take (60 minutes/61 minutes)*1,000 = 983.6, so Bob gets 983.6 points. We'll tally those points up for 5 of the 7 races in the series, and the person with the most overall points wins.

How It Works