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points system & awards

 

POINTS SYSTEM

Both Schools and individuals will receive points at each event. These points will go towards:

  • Winning the series for individuals
  • Winning Athlete perpetual trophy for schools

Points shall be allocated to each rider participating in individual events and team time trials in accordance with the table below.

Place

Points for individual events

Points for TTT

(per team)

Points for TTT

(per rider)

1st

50

100

25

2nd

40

80

20

3rd

32

64

16

4th

26

52

13

5th

20

40

10

6th

16

32

8

7th

12

54

6

8th

8

16

4

9th

4

8

2

10th

2

4

1

 

AWARDS

These points shall be used to determine individual and overall school awards. The team time trials carry twice the points weighting of individual events to encourage participation (and to encourage the formations of composite teams in cases where a school isn’t able to field a team.

The first event of CSASS will be an Individual Time Trial and this will be used as a grading event to allocate riders in appropriate grades for the following events. Riders will be awarded points that can be used towards the overall series winner.

Leaders’ jerseys will be awarded to the leading individual rider in each grade at the end of each event and shall be worn by these riders at the following event. If a rider loses the lead in the series they will keep their jersey but will not be entitled to wear it at the following event. Another jersey will be issued to the new series leader.

All school points will be awarded to the school in which the riser is enrolled and attending at the time of the event.

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