How do I read the Leaderboard?

The Leaderboard is used to find your ranking during our competitions. 

You can filter the Leaderboard in a variety of ways. 

Division: You can select to view the different divisions in our competition. Men, Women, Boys (14-15, 16-17), Girls (14-15, 16-17), Men (40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+), and Women (40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+).

Workout: You can select between viewing the Rx'd or scaled Leaderboard.

Sort: You can filter from which event you want to see or how the overall Leaderboard looks.

Year: You can select which year of the Leaderboard you'd like to see. You can take a look at previous year's results if you'd like. 

Fittest In: You can select to see the Fittest in a particular Region, country, US state, Canadian Province, Australian State/Territory. 

Based on what you select to see in the Fittest in filter, you can use the additional two filters to further narrow your search. For example, you can select Fittest in Country, then pick a certain Country to view. Or you can pick which additional category you'd like to see too such as firefighter, EMT, teacher, etc.

For each workout, you are ranked on the Leaderboard based on how you performed compared to others in your division. The higher rep count or faster time in a workout gives you the better ranking.

When looking at the Leaderboard you will see two numbers next to your name. The number outside of the parenthesis is your overall rank. The number inside the parenthesis is the sum of your rankings from each event. 

For each particular workout, you will also see two numbers. The number outside the parenthesis is the rank for that workout. The number inside the parenthesis is your score for that workout. 

For example, Noah Ohlsen finished the Open competition ranked first place worldwide. For week 1 he had a score of 350 reps. This was good enough for a second-place ranking worldwide. Thus under week 1, his score is posted as "2(350)". He went on to finish the remaining weeks with rankings of 9th, 21st, 5th, and 4th. When you add his rankings together it comes out to 41 total. The lower the sum of your rankings is, the better the overall placing. Next to his name you can find his overall placing and the sum of his 5 Open rankings. Thus next to his name, it is displayed as " 1(41)". 

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