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Old 07-09-2008, 07:05 PM   #1
miguel flores
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Top 40 Mens Placing... A different way of Scoring.

So since I am such a busy person and way to consumed by my work, I decided to take everyone up on the whole scoring thing. I took the format used from last years games. 100 pointes for finishing first, 95 for second, 90 for third, then 89 and so on. The number next to the time is the points they recieved for that event, then the added total. The last 2 numbers are their total points and placements from the scoring. Have fun with this and if someone wants to go deeper into the field that would be awesome! Remember that this is just the scoring of the top 40 placers!! So add in another 100+ people, results of course change, but I dont think it would make a big difference in the Top 10.



Jason Khalipa 3:56 82 2:37 95 177 3:58 76 253 2:46 100 353 1


Josh Everett 3:29 95 2:55 80 175 3:44 82 257 4:17 89 346 2


Chris Speal 3:01 100 2:41 90 190 3:22 95 285 7:27 58 343 3


Matt Chan 3:43 85 2:33 100 185 4:12 67 252 4:46 87 339 4


Lucas Brainerd 3:57 82 3:48 84 166 3:42 84 250 5:00 85 335 5



Pat Barber 3:39 87 2:50 83 170 3:48 78 248 4:56 86 334 6


Rick Frausto 3:30 90 2:46 85 175 3:47 81 256 5:52 75 331 7

Jason Thiel 4:13 78 2:56 79 157 3:47 81 238 3:52 90 328 8

Jeff Tincher 3:33 88 3:07 76 164 3:55 77 241 5:02 84 325 9

James Fitzgerald 3:51 83 2:53 81 164 3:34 89 253 6:29 70 323 10

Dutch Lowy 3:30 90 2:51 82 172 4:04 72 244 5:37 78 322 11


Omar Torres 4:16 77 2:42 89 166 4:12 67 233 5:37 78 311 12


Eric O'Connor 5:09 61 2:44 87 148 3:20 100 248 7:30 57 305 13


Austin Begiebing 4:53 67 3:12 74 141 3:59 75 216 5:26 83 299 14

Breck Berry 4:47 69 3:29 66 135 3:25 90 225 5:55 74 299 14


Simon warnos 4:20 75 3:26 69 144 3:34 89 233 6:48 63 296 16


Aaron Lucke 4:48 68 3:59 59 127 3:37 87 214 5:35 81 295 17


Dave Lipson 5:29 58 3:24 70 138 4:16 65 203 4:22 88 291 18



Anthony Bainbridge 4:41 70 2:45 86 156 4:33 59 215 5:48 75 290 19



Peter Egyed 4:25 73 3:34 63 146 4:01 74 220 6:33 69 289 20


Brett Marshall 3:42 86 3:29 66 152 3:42 84 236 9:06 52 288 21

Jeremy jones 6:36 56 2:42 89 145 4:23 60 205 5:35 81 286 22

Geoff Aucoin 4:38 71 4:06 57 128 4:05 71 199 5:26 83 282 23

Brendan Gilliam 4:00 79 3:18 71 150 4:20 64 214 6:58 62 276 24

Brandon Banks 5:52 58 3:38 61 129 3:47 81 210 6:39 66 276 24


Jason Boag 3:59 80 4:28 54 134 3:39 86 220 7:53 55 275 26

Travis Cassidy 3:58 81 3:16 73 154 4:20 64 218 7:32 56 274 27

Jordan Holland 4:35 72 3:59 59 141 4:01 74 215 7:15 59 274 27

Michael Giardina 4:18 76 3:28 67 143 4:34 58 201 5:58 72 273 29

John Fragoso 4:23 74 3:00 78 152 4:45 55 207 6:43 64 271 30

Jimi Letchford 4:57 66 4:06 57 123 4:10 68 191 5:37 78 269 31


Christopher Woods 4:29 73 3:11 75 148 5:09 54 202 6:38 67 269 31

Jeremy fisher 5:27 59 3:17 72 141 4:35 57 198 6:09 71 269 31


Nicholas ballstaed 5:02 64 3:33 64 128 3:40 85 213 7:51 54 267 34

Freddy Camacho 5:04 63 3:26 69 132 4:22 61 193 5:57 73 266 35


Matt Murski 5:07 62 3:05 77 139 4:20 64 203 7:04 61 264 36



Nolan Foster 5:01 65 3:34 63 128 4:07 69 197 6:39 66 263 37


Mark Riebel 3:50 84 4:17 55 139 4:41 56 195 6:34 68 263 37


Max Mormont 6:02 57 5:03 53 110 5:32 53 163 3:24 95 258 39


Andrew Swartz 5:11 60 3:46 60 120 4:05 71 191 7:06 60 251 40
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Old 07-09-2008, 07:29 PM   #2
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Re: Top 40 Mens Placing... A different way of Scoring.

Interesting take on things. Funny how with this way of scoring Jason stays in first but speal goes from 10th to 3rd.
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Old 07-09-2008, 07:33 PM   #3
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Re: Top 40 Mens Placing... A different way of Scoring.

I was just thinking about this yesterday while perusing Hari's thread about scaling (and thus scoring) for work capacity. A few things jump out:

1. Josh Everett and Lucas Brainerd deserve event more recognition for their efforts, as the only two athletes to finish inside the top-20 in all four events. With such a strong field, this is truly a remarkable achievement.

2. Speal was top-10 in three events, though he also had the lowest score in any event of the top-12 competitors. This guy is a beast. However, if anything, this just reinforces what ridiculous performances we saw turned in by Everett and Brainerd.

3. Jason Khalipa deserved this title. End of argument.
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Old 07-09-2008, 10:16 PM   #4
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Re: Top 40 Mens Placing... A different way of Scoring.

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A few things jump out:

1. Josh Everett and Lucas Brainerd deserve event more recognition for their efforts, as the only two athletes to finish inside the top-20 in all four events. With such a strong field, this is truly a remarkable achievement.

2. Speal was top-10 in three events, though he also had the lowest score in any event of the top-12 competitors. This guy is a beast. However, if anything, this just reinforces what ridiculous performances we saw turned in by Everett and Brainerd.

3. Jason Khalipa deserved this title. End of argument.
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Old 07-16-2008, 04:49 PM   #5
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Re: Top 40 Mens Placing... A different way of Scoring.

An Absolute vs Relative-to-other-athletes scale is an interesting debate. Your scoring system might have to be refined if you're going to reward a top three finish by separating them by 5 point increments. That's if you want a pure relative scoring.

I was thinking just give points equal to the value of their place. First place = 1 point, second = 2, third = 3, and so on...with the lowest point total the overall winner. I am not going to make a table, like you, Miguel, but I'm fairly sure Khalipa would still be the winner.

Now I'd love to see people show up to Aromas next year to find an olympic sized pool...

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Old 07-16-2008, 05:03 PM   #6
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Now I'd love to see people show up to Aromas next year to find an olympic sized pool...
I may have a chance of competing if they do!
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