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Statistics from the Race to Alaska (R2AK)
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Year:201520162016 as % of 2015Obervations
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Statistic
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# of teams registered for full race3644122%As of Jan 28, 2016, we are at 45% of 2015 total registered full race teams; on Mar 23 with 23 days til ap deadline, we have 32 full race registrants -- 80% of 2015.
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# of crew registered for full race84120143%
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# of female crew registered for full race619317%
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% of total crew that are women7%16%
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# of teams that started the full race2537148%Thus, the total # of DNS and DNF full racers was 12 in 2015 & 6 in 2016.
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% of full race registered teams that started69%84%121%1/3 of registered teams didn't make it across the full race starting line!
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# of registered crew who started full race65108166%
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# of teams that finished the full race1226217%In 2015, almost half of the teams that started the full race did not finish.
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% of starting teams that finished the full race48%70%146%Nearly 3/4 finished in 2016 while only about 1/2 did in windier 2015.
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# of full race registered crew who finished3376230%
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Mean crew size of registered teams2.332.73117%
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Mean crew size of teams starting the full race2.602.92112%The mean crew size increases as the R2AK process evolves each year
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Mean crew size of teams finishing the full race2.752.92106%Larger teams are more resilient or persistent?
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Registered full race team size distribution
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Solo teams617%1125%183%
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Two-person teams1953%1023%53%
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Three-person teams822%1636%200%
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Teams of 4 or more38%716%233%
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Starting full race team size distribution
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Solo teams28%719%350%
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Two-person teams1352%822%62%
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Three-person teams728%1643%229%
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Teams of 4 or more312%616%200%
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# of teams w/previous full race experiencen/a10.027%Relates to swagger wall prediction of # of returning teams
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Finishing full race team size distribution
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Solo teams18%415%400%
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As % of starting teams of same size50%57%In 2015, 2/3 of starting solo teams finished
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Two-person teams433%415%100%
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As % of starting teams of same size31%50%In 2015, only 1/3 of starting 2-person or 4+person teams finished
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Three-person teams650%1350%217%
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As % of starting teams of same size86%81%In 2015, 89% of 3-person teams finished
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Teams of 4 or more18%519%500%
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As % of starting teams of same size33%83%
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Full race boat type (registered teams)20152016Other stats of interest?
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Monohulls1132%2352%209%Nationality? (US vs Canadian vs other)
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Catamarans824%49%50%Disabled sailors?
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Trimarans926%1534%167%Age distribution?5y5b
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Proa26%00%0%Human propulsion method (primary)6y6b
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Canoe26%00%0%7y7b
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Kayak13%12%100%8yc
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SUP13%12%100%
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Purpose built for R2AK10660%
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Has shelter aboard (e.g. cabin)1823128%
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Full race times and speeds2015 daysknots2016 daysknots
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1st#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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2nd#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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3rd#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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Boat Lengthmftmft
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Min4.916.04.916.0100%
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Mean6.922.57.725.4113%
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Max13.644.722.273.0163%
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Boat Mass (loaded, approx)kglbkglb
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Min18.240.070.0154.0385%
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Mean500.91101.9951.42093.1190%
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Max1818.24000.06000.013200.0330%
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Human propulsion method
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Interannual synopsis
Team statistics
Assumptions & constants
2015 results
Beachcat comparison