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Rankings


If you're a competitive orienteer, you want to see how you fared against your peers. If you're a recreational hiker, maybe you're just curious. Whatever your interests, we have the rankings:

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BAOC Club Rankings

Rankings for years 2000 through 2003 were calculated using the O-scores algorithm. With that method, all scores are "absolute" in the sense that a 50-point Green runner, a 50-point Red runner, a 50-point Brown runner, and a 50-point Orange runner would most probably finish an Orange course with the same time.

The BAOC rankings cover the advanced courses (Blue, Red, Green, Brown), and sometimes Orange and Yellow as well. This list includes annual rankings, mid-year rolling results, age-class groupings, summer series statistics, and whatever other comparisons strike our fancy.

Golden Goat Lifetime Points

The top 15 finishers in the annual Golden Goat event score these "lifetime points": 25, 20, 15, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Also, an Event Director or Course Setter earns a copy of their highest earned score within two years before or after "their" event.

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Pacific Region Rankings

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OUSA National Rankings

The rankings for members of the Orienteering USA are compiled annually. Rankings are done by age/gender classes; your age for a given year is considered to be your age on Dec. 31 of that year. (So, if a female orienteer turns 35 in August, she is considered to be in the F35 class all year.)

Note: Only current OUSA members appear in the national rankings. Visit the OUSA Website (http://orienteeringusa.org/) to learn more about the organization or to get a membership form (http://orienteeringusa.org/membership).

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California Ski-O Championships