Knowledge Base - Tutorial 3 - Classifications

CLASSIFICATIONS

 
So we talked last time about special leagues like Endurance and MoM. They are, in fact, classifications. That is defining a particular type of canicrossing, i.e. Climbing and Stamina. However, we have other classifications. Remember there are a lot of leagues, so don't expect to score in every zone, you will very likely need to pick where you want to score.
 
General Classification - potentially and arguably a classification defined by performance on the flat. The GC classification takes the best performance each month from ANY zone 1-10 for each competitor. The GC league is then ranked in order of overall average of points over the full league season (not off-season). Remembering that average means that if you miss a month of canicrossing completely you will drop your average and therefore potentially your ranking.
 
Sprint - This takes your average points score in zones 1,2 & 3 each month and then averages theses scores over the 8 month season. The point to bear in mind is that if you miss scoring in zones 1,2 or 3 in a month you will drop your average and therefore potentially your ranking.
 
Middle Distance - This takes your average points score in zones 4,5,6 & 7 each month and then averages theses scores over the 8 month season. The point to bear in mind is that if you miss scoring in zones 4,5,6 or 7 in a month you will drop your average and therefore potentially your ranking.
 
Long Distance - This takes your average points score in zones 8,9 & 10 each month and then averages theses scores over the 8 month season. The point to bear in mind is that if you miss scoring in zones 8,9, or 10 in a month you will drop your average and therefore potentially your ranking. Note Long Distance does NOT include Endurance.
 
Next Tutorial we will talk about Off-Season and the Hexathlon scoring.
 

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