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More Double Name Clarification

Post by T Whalen » Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:59 am

Corky,

Upon reviewing the 2006 Mens-Am list I think the following (from the Old Gold Jug Race in Antrim, NH) need to be corrected also:

Place/Name/Point - Full Name (Gold Jug Finish)
393/Derek Derek, USA/334 - Derek Smith, USA (5)
414/Justin Justin, USA/298 - Justin Collins, USA (8)
448/Adam Adam, USA/271 - Adam Daniels, USA (12)
452/Terry Terry, USA/267 - Terry Whalen, USA (13)
469/Glen Glen, USA/252 - Glenn Chapman, USA (16)
475/Michael Michael, USA/249 - Michel? Gamache, CAN (17)
485/Dan Dan, USA/242 - Dan Parrish (aka Dr. Dan), USA (20)
498/Fred Fred, USA/235 - Frederic Poulin, USA (22)
504/Amy Amy, USA/226 - Amy Roche-Moss, USA (27)
508/Mario Mario, USA/225 - Mario Kula, USA (28)
512/Rebecca Rebecca, USA/224 - Rebecca Filion, CAN (31)
580/Raylene Raylene, USA/109 - Raylene Hill, CAN (33)

A few need their country changed and Amy, Rebecca and Raylene should be moved into the women's group.

Terry

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:47 pm

Thanks all for your comments on double names. Better late than never. Normally the rules are that comments on previous years ranking can be done until Jan 31 the year after. After that it stays put as it is. But until I compile the first 2007 ranking I guess I will take into account all the fixes I can.

World Ranking Pro points is only awarded to a race with 8 or more pro racers attending. If less pro riders the Pro/Am turns into an Open event with Pro riders result first and Am riders result after. Same the other way around. If an Open event has 8 or more Pro riders it turns into a PRO-OPEN race where the pro riders get PRO points and then others get AM points. PRO, OPEN and AM have different point tables so in the end it somehow balances itself out for most. Some may gain a little and some may loose a little. For better PRO riders though it is important pointwise that they make sure the PRO field is big enough (ie 8 or more).

Kathrin Sehl is 5:th in the 2006 Women World Ranking (counting multipe seasons). That is up 2 placements since 2005. She was third during 2006 alone. So Noemi Reichel and Nastasja Wolfensberger have to start compete more again because Kathrin is closing in.

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Post by Karl Floitgraf » Sun Mar 18, 2007 5:59 pm

Can you put the points in for texas please? Get the Ball rolling on 2006 :D.
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Post by Wesley Tucker » Sun Mar 18, 2007 6:12 pm

Karl Floitgraf wrote:Can you put the points in for texas please? Get the Ball rolling on 2006 :D.
Did the Texas Outlaws submit the results BEFORE March 1? If not, the updates won't be until after the first of the next month.

Of course, I'm assuming one of the Texas guys sent Corky an e-mail with the final results.
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Post by Karl Floitgraf » Sun Mar 18, 2007 6:50 pm

I believe Dan G. sent them shortly after racing finished.
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Post by Guillaume Saint-Criq » Mon Mar 26, 2007 4:12 pm

Pirate Slalom 2007 (race #3 #4 & #5 ) results has been sent in time :)

we re looking forward the 2007 ranking update

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Post by Patrick Allan » Mon Mar 26, 2007 4:54 pm

Btw corky, I will be racing pro this season.

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Post by Mike Cividino » Mon Mar 26, 2007 6:44 pm

Patrick Allan wrote:Btw corky, I will be racing pro this season.
I was thinking of asking you that.
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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sun Apr 01, 2007 3:10 pm

I'm about to update the first World Ranking update for the season, the March 31 - 2007 update.

I just forgot to mark those who want to sign up as being PRO for 2007. Important in the rankings until you enter a PRO class event. These are some guys who did well in AM class last year and that this year is going to be in PRO class:

1. Adam Schwippert, USA: PRO
2. Dominik Kowalski, GER: PRO
3. Joe McLaren, USA: PRO?
4. Mikael Hadestrand, SWE: PRO
5. Hans Göthberg, SWE: PRO
6. Henrik Wadsten, SWE: PRO
7. Patrick Allan, FRA: PRO
8. Art Pryde, USA: PRO?
9. Mike Cividino, CAN: PRO

Others?
Brad Jackman, USA: PRO?
Troy Smart, USA: PRO?
...

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Post by Guillaume Saint-Criq » Sun Apr 01, 2007 11:32 pm

thank you Corky for update

but did Pirates races loose their Basic status?
is this something new for 2007?

We didn't change anything for 2007.

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Mon Apr 02, 2007 12:42 am

This season of 2007 you have to demand status Basic/Prime/Main/Major by using the ISSA sanction document found here:

http://www.slalomskateboarder.com/ISSA/ ... nction.doc

Current ISSA sanctions are found here:

viewtopic.php?t=4674

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Mon Apr 02, 2007 1:17 am

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March 31 - 2007
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First ranking calculation for 2007. A little surprise in the Pro World Ranking. We have a new leader! This year the 2003 results no longer counts. It may have affect on some racers. Also some Pros are finally getting three results in the World Ranking this year and will move up into the top.

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Post by Chris Barker » Mon Apr 02, 2007 7:49 am

Joe McLaren is still an amateur. He turns 14 on Tuesday.

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Post by Steve Collins » Mon Apr 02, 2007 6:01 pm

Corky - Thanks for your efforts. It's always fun to see the updated status.

One thing, I noticed that the Harbor 100 held on 11/11/06 in San Pedro, CA, USA seems to not be included. Was that an oversight? I thought I had followed the 2006 rules for Basic status and had sent in the results. Please let me know if there was something I missed.

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Post by Art Pryde » Mon Apr 02, 2007 9:45 pm

I'll be AM in 2007. Hopefully, I can get my first podium (top 3) in an AM head-to-head race in 2007!
Thanks for the GREAT work Corky!!

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Thu Apr 05, 2007 2:39 pm

I have not got any results from any Harbor 100 11/11/06.

Hmm, April 2 is very close to April 1... :-|

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Post by Steve Collins » Thu Apr 05, 2007 7:55 pm

Hans Koraeus wrote:I have not got any results from any Harbor 100 11/11/06. ...
Corky, thanks for letting me know. It's another reminder for me to verify with an intended recipient that an email was actually received.

I am sending you an email with the results, but for redundancy's sake, am posting them here as well:

Event: Harbor Hundred
Place: San Pedro, California, USA
Date and time: November 11th, 2006, 19:30
Number of events: 1
Discipline: 100-cone tight slalom
Class: Open

Results:
1 Mike Maysey USA 23.809
2 Kevin Dunne USA 24.783
3 Tim Kienitz USA 24.882
4 Chris Chaput USA 25.194
5 Floyd Reid USA 25.251
6 Brent Kosick USA 25.402
7 Steve Collins USA 26.169
8 David Carrasco USA 27.308
9 Rene Carrasco USA 28.328
10 Michael Kaelon USA 28.905
11 Joe Iacovelli USA 29.715
12 Tiger Williams USA 33.011
13 Nic Stakias USA 42.955
14 John Corning USA DQ
15 Joe Parks USA DQ

The ncdsa.com page for the event is here:
http://www.ncdsa.com/contest_registrati ... testID=271

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Post by Brad Jackman » Fri Apr 06, 2007 3:31 am

Hey Corky,
Great job!I am staying AM.at the moment.If I can grab a money slot sometime this season then I will go PRO.The elbow is finally healed up,ended up being broken with 1 break and 3 hearline fractures to the radial tip.Comeing to Paris and Hannover,cant wait to race injury free and hang with the Euro.crew.You guys are awsome.
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Post by Art Pryde » Fri Apr 06, 2007 8:28 pm

.......Brad, I just sent you some money!!!

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sat May 26, 2007 11:08 pm

We will put up the complete result files later on slalomskateboarder but for now I will just post the complete final results on slalomranking.

Just posted...
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Results - Day 1 - Straight Slalom

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Post by Claude Regnier » Sat May 26, 2007 11:31 pm

Corky, the rankings ARE ALL SCREWED UP BECAUSE your counting races that are not even part of te so called system.

Let's straighten this out soon.
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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sun May 27, 2007 6:32 pm

Claude,

It's up to the American Coordinators to straighten that problem out. Just give me an official explaination and decision from them and I will update the ranking accordingly.

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sun May 27, 2007 6:37 pm

Rainy weather in Paris. But somehow we managed getting all the results together.

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Post by Claude Regnier » Sun May 27, 2007 6:48 pm

As dscussed Corky we will take care of it on our end then have you remove the necessary entries.
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Points mistakenly awarded for 3rd event at Texas Sizzler

Post by Pat Chewning » Thu May 31, 2007 8:45 am

The ISSA N. American contest coordinators unanimously agree that the PRIME status points awarded for the "bonus" straight tight slalom event at the 2007 Texas Sizzler should be deleted from the World Ranking system.

The results of this "bonus" unsanctioned event were mistakenly included with the real results from the sanctioned Hybrid and GS races.

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-- Pat Chewning
-- Eddy Martinez
-- Chris Barker

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sun Jul 15, 2007 12:40 am

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June 30 ranking has been up for a while by the way. More than 50 000 visits was reached a couple of days ago.

Help wanted!
To make the site evolve as it was planned from the beginning ISSA will need some help. We need more people to help out with the different tasks. Getting in results, small event articles, Calendar administrator aso. At least one for each region would be nice. Php programmers are also welcome. ;-)

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Post by Chris Favero » Sun Jul 15, 2007 5:25 am

no results for st louis and sun prairie?they are only basic,but hey points are points.cfav
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Post by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric » Sun Jul 15, 2007 9:32 am

Chris Favero wrote:no results for st louis and sun prairie?they are only basic,but hey points are points.cfav
Corky told me that the ranking is updated once a month, be patient ?!
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Post by Chris Favero » Mon Jul 16, 2007 1:47 am

fred.i dont think corky forgot,he may have not gotten the results.that was my point.second,one was in may,the other june. i know how thw ranking works and i greatly appreciate corky's hard work.cfav
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Post by Jonathan Harms » Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:42 am

My bad on STL. Will send Corky the results once I figure out where they are.

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Wed Aug 01, 2007 1:10 am

<center>
http://www.slalomranking.com
July 31 - 2007
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July 31 ranking is up.

Help wanted!
To make the site evolve as it was planned from the beginning ISSA will need some help. We need more people to help out with the different tasks. Getting in results, small event articles, Calendar administrator aso. At least one for each region would be nice. Php programmers are also welcome. ;-)

There are quite many tasks if you think about it. To make it work it is good if many are involved but with very limited responsability. Then the chance is bigger that things will be done by each and everyone.

Here are the posts that would be good to fill for 2008 World Ranking Administration.
- Supervisor
- Article administrator?
- Sponsor administrator?
- Php programmer
West Atlantic (South America, North America)
- Head Marshall
- Marshall 1
- Marshall 2
- Calendar Administrator
- Result Administrator
East Atlantic (Europe, Russia, Asia, Australia)
- Head Marshall
- Marshall 1
- Marshall 2
- Calendar Administrator
- Result Administrator

The chain as I see it is...
1. An organizer sends in the ISSA contest sanction form demanding status for an event.
2. The form is handled by the three Marshalls depending on in which region the event is. They decide what status the event will have and the head marshall updates the descision on www.slalomskateboarder.com forums (Contest sanction forum and Calendar forum)
3. The Calendar administrator then can update the ranking calendar according to the sanction form that is filled in.
4. When the results come in the Result administrator will format them according to the rules and send them to the Supervisor.
5. Supervisor can update the website database with results from each event.
6. Result administrator will also add a news article about the event with the overall results and links to the complete results from the database.
7. After each month the Supervisor calculates a new Ranking and updates files to the website. Adds a new ranking article and a new homepage top 20 ranking.

On top of this if someone want to make an article about the event directly on the ranking site this is possible but should then follow some sort of a standard template. Same for possible photo galleries from an event. This would need an article administrator to update the website with the articles and make sure text and photos are added correctly.

And if we want to introduce possibility to sponsor the ranking site in general or events in particular we would need some kind of a sponsor administrator to handle all that.

Puh...

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Post by Karl Floitgraf » Wed Aug 01, 2007 1:49 am

Just curious: was the Buckeye included in the last update?
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Post by Hans Koraeus » Thu Aug 02, 2007 2:05 am

No Buckeye results sent in or found yet...

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Post by Guillaume Saint-Criq » Thu Aug 02, 2007 11:40 am

Corky, did you receive results for Avignon Jam (France, May 2007) ?

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Fri Aug 03, 2007 1:59 am

Nope...

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Post by Gints Gailitis » Sun Sep 02, 2007 6:22 pm

Did you received results from Lithuania?

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Post by Rick Floyd » Mon Sep 03, 2007 12:09 am

No comments on the subject line please... ;-)

Corky - in the July rankings I am listed as being from Canada, but I'm from the USA - Warren, Vermont (close to Canada, Civ calls it "Southern Canda"), but it's definitely US.

Also, if it makes a difference in the masters rankings, I'm 45.

I emailed you through the link on slalomranking.com a while back, and I know you are busy, so my apologies if this is already being dealt with...I appreciate all you do for the sport!! :-)

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Post by Eric Brammer » Mon Sep 03, 2007 5:20 am

Damn, I was hoping we had suceded from the U.S. of A's, and followed Bernie into the better solcialistic wonderland North of here! ;-)

Oh, they put in remote-control cameras in the woods between VT and Quebec, so, the border's CLOSED now. :-(

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sun Sep 09, 2007 12:57 pm

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September 30 ranking is up.

Not much updating done here on the forum lately from me I'm afraid. :-| But it seems people have understood to go and check out the rankings themselves each month.


Help wanted!
To make the site evolve as it was planned from the beginning ISSA will need some help. We need more people to help out with the different tasks. Getting in results, small event articles, Calendar administrator aso. At least one for each region would be nice.

There have been some people who has shown intesrest in helping out. Even a php programmer!!! So hopfully we can set up some organisation around the ranking site from both sides of the Atlantic. As you can see on the site we are playing around with the interface for adding articles and interviews for the events as well. But to make that work there is really need for more people to help out.

There are quite many tasks and to make it work it is good if many are involved but with very limited responsability. Then the chance is bigger that things will be done by each and everyone.

Here are the posts to fill for the World Ranking Administration.
- Supervisor (Hans Koraeus)
- Article administrator (Hans Koraeus)
- Sponsor administrator?
- Php programmer (1 person showing interest)
West Atlantic (South America, North America)
- Head Marshall (2007 - Pat Chewning)
- Marshall 1 (2007 - Eddy Martinez)
- Marshall 2 (2007 - Chris Barker)
- Calendar Administrator
- Result Administrator (1 person showing interest)
- Article writers/photographers
East Atlantic (Europe, Russia, Asia, Australia)
- Head Marshall (2007 - Hans Koraeus)
- Marshall 1 (2007 - Peter Klang)
- Marshall 2 (2007 - Stephen Hinzen)
- Calendar Administrator
- Result Administrator
- Article writers/photographers (2 persons showing interest)

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Post by Pat Chewning » Mon Sep 10, 2007 5:23 am

I will continue if you want me to....

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Post by Eddy Martinez » Mon Sep 10, 2007 6:30 pm

I to will continue to help out also. I may be a newb at this, but it is a learning process. I learned alot this Year. Eddy Texas Outlaws.

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sun Sep 16, 2007 2:35 am

See new topic about nominations for ranking marshalls 2008...

http://www.slalomskateboarder.com/phpBB ... php?t=5379

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Sun Nov 04, 2007 9:52 pm

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Oct 31 - 2007
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October 31 ranking is up.

There are some Basic and Plain events still missing due to time constraints. But all the main events are up. And by that the final ranking for 2007 have taken form. This is very much how the final ranking will look like in the end.


Help wanted!
To make the site evolve as it was planned from the beginning ISSA will need some help. We need more people to help out with the different tasks. Getting in results, small event articles, Calendar administrator aso. At least one for each region would be nice.

There have been some people who has shown intesrest in helping out. Even a php programmer! Hopfully we can set up some organisation around the ranking site from both sides of the Atlantic. As you can see on the site we have been playing around with the interface a little. We would like to add articles and interviews for the events as well. But to make that work there is really need for more people to help out.

There are quite many tasks and to make it work it is good if many are involved but with very limited responsability. Then the chance is bigger that things will be done by each and everyone.

Here are the posts to fill for the World Ranking Administration.

Ranking administration
- Supervisor (Hans Koraeus)
- Article administrator (Hans Koraeus)
- Sponsor administrator?
- Php programmer (1 person showing interest)
West Atlantic (South America, North America)
- Calendar Administrator (Steve Collins)
- Result Administrator (1 person showing interest)
- Article writers/photographers
East Atlantic (Europe, Russia, Asia, Australia)
- Calendar Administrator
- Result Administrator (Guillaume Saint-Criq)
- Article writers/photographers (2 persons showing interest)

Ranking Marshalls 2007
West Atlantic (South America, North America)
- Head Marshall (2007 - Pat Chewning)
- Marshall 1 (2007 - Eddy Martinez)
- Marshall 2 (2007 - Chris Barker)
East Atlantic (Europe, Russia, Asia, Australia)
- Head Marshall (2007 - Hans Koraeus)
- Marshall 1 (2007 - Peter Klang)
- Marshall 2 (2007 - Stephen Hinzen)

Ranking Marshalls 2008
West Atlantic (South America, North America)
- Head Marshall (2008 - Pat Chewning)
- Marshall 1 (2008 - Eddy Martinez)
- Marshall 2 (2008 - Chris Barker)
East Atlantic (Europe, Russia, Asia, Australia)
- Head Marshall (2008 - Peter Klang)
- Marshall 1 (2008 - Ramón Königshausen)
- Marshall 2 (2008 - Dominique Kowalski)
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Post by Steve Collins » Sun Nov 04, 2007 10:29 pm

I would be glad to help as West Atlantic Calendar Administrator for 2008.

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Mon Nov 05, 2007 1:57 am

Great news Steve! Since you are doing it officially I have added your name above. :-)

I will come back to everybody with more details of each task. The idea is having many persons doing small tasks. That way everybody will do their work well and get more motivated. Instead of the other way around.

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Post by Guillaume Saint-Criq » Mon Nov 05, 2007 12:51 pm

I also would be glad to help, maybe as East Atlantic result admin

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Post by Hans Koraeus » Mon Nov 05, 2007 1:22 pm

Thanks Guillaume,

I have added you above as result administrator. Getting hold of event results and formatting them in a good format for the world ranking import will help a lot.

Sometimes only trying to understand the result lists is a hassle.

Also the naming issue is a general problem. Lots of results have only one first name or one last name or a nickname. Luckily, my registration program can figure out most of them but it does create mistakes now and then. The best is of course if the result lists have correct names from the start. That is something one would expect at least from the higher status events out there.

Hans Koraeus
Corky - World Ranking Master Mind
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Post by Hans Koraeus » Mon Nov 05, 2007 1:31 pm

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By the way there is one more MAIN status event in USA not included yet. The COSS Fall Open.

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Post by Guillaume Saint-Criq » Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:14 pm

Hans Koraeus wrote:Thanks Guillaume,

I have added you above as result administrator. Getting hold of event results and formatting them in a good format for the world ranking import will help a lot.

Sometimes only trying to understand the result lists is a hassle.

Also the naming issue is a general problem. Lots of results have only one first name or one last name or a nickname. Luckily, my registration program can figure out most of them but it does create mistakes now and then. The best is of course if the result lists have correct names from the start. That is something one would expect at least from the higher status events out there.
Corky,
let's see via email how this is working.

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Post by Cat Young » Tue Nov 13, 2007 3:14 am

Just curious,

How come when I look at the 2007:
"total women" all nationalities, I am #4 with 2379 points
"legend women" Judi & I are tied at #1 with 2320 points
"Am women" all nationalities, I'm #3 with 2503 points????

I am SO confused.
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