2017 Ultra Cup Standings
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Remember the rules! Use the tabs across the bottom of the sheet to navigate standings. Thanks! See you at the races.
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1Eligibility requires miles recorded in at least three race starts.
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2Race miles are taken from each events website result page respectively.
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3Fixed distance races are pro rated by time to put them on par with their duration based counterparts respectively.
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*Example 200 mile race vs 12 Hour race
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4Race Divisions are 6H/100M, 12H/200M, 24H/400M and Open
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aFixed distance races 500 miles or longer automatically fall in the "Open" race division
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5Within each race division there are categories for solo, team, tandem, bike type, gender (M, F, Mixed).
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aRacers will be placed in the bike type category that they raced in the most.
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*There are no bike types for teams. See rule 11f below.
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6Racers/Teams with more than 3 recognized starts in a respective division will have their "worst" result dropped (mileage).
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7Switching race divisions automatically puts a rider in the "Open" category for their gender and/or bike type, where all event miles are tallied.
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*Example: Racer X has two 12H races and one 24H race. They are placed in the "Open" division.
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8Any racer in the Open division who has three similar division entries may elect to move out of the Open and into said division.
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*Example: A racer has three 12H/200 races and one 24H/400 race and is placed in Open. They may elect to drop the 24H/400 and stay in the 12H/200.
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9A racer is considered a "Solo" if their race entries do not meet the team/tandem criteria set forth in Rule 11 below.
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*Example 1: Racer X has a one 12H solo entry, one 2 person 12H team entry, and one 4 person 24H team entry. They are considered a Open (Rule 7) Solo (Rules 11a,11c,11e).
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*Example 2: Racer Y has two 2 Person 24H Female team entires and one 4 Person 24H team entry. Their races do not count towards the team competiton (Rule 11e) and they are considered a solo.
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10Solos receiving miles from team entries receive the team's miles divided by the number of people on said team.
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*Example: Racer X has a one 12H solo entry, one 2 person 12H team entry, and one 4 person 24H team entry. They receive half of the 12H team's miles and a quarter of the 4H team's miles in the "Open" division (Rule 7).
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11The above rules apply to teams and tandems as well with the following caveats
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aA two person team must have at least one racer who competes in all three events. Four person teams must have at least two competing in all three.
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bTandems must have two riders at all times.
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cTeams can race short a rider as long as the above rule is met.
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dMixed Gender teams must have one male and one female in all recognized events
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eEach team is only competing against other similar (in both number and gender) teams.
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fThere is no distinction for bike type in the Team competitions.
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Team Examples
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1Team X has a 2 Person 12H Mixed Entry and two 2 Person 24H Mixed Entries. They are considered 2 Person Mixed Open. (Rules 7, 11d, 11e)
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2Team Y has two 2 Person 24H Female team entries and one 4 Person 24H Female team entry. Their races do not count towards the team competition (Rule 11e). The miles may be applied to each respective team member's solo category (Rule 10).
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12Mileage ties broken by lowest cummulative time amongst each rider/team's recognized miles (pro rated or otherwise) respectively.
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