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Discussion: US JWOC Trials

in: Orienteering; General

Mar 23, 2018 5:40 PM # 
Hey All the JWOC trials will be kicking off today with the sprint at Sierra College in Sacramento CA. I will be posting scoring updates as the weekend progresses. Go USA! Should be a great weekend of competition.
Mar 24, 2018 12:04 AM # 
Top speedsters were Julia D and AidanM, followed by good runs from the Christopherson sisters, and David R and AJ R!
Mar 24, 2018 3:05 AM # 
Scores after the first day.
Note the Committee received 3 petitions from athlete's who are not on JNT. The committee accepted all 3 and awarded the 100 points to those athletes. The committee received multiple petitions for lack of ranking scores and missing trials races. All petitions have been accepted. The committee will wait till after all the races are completed to decide if any changes to the descending order list will occur based on the merits of the petitions. The 3 points are for those athletes who hit the 3k time standard.

Mar 24, 2018 10:29 PM # 
The long is concluded with Aidan wining on the men's side and Julia on the women's side. I will be posting and updated list after today but here are the results in descending order.
1. Aidan Minto
2. David Runde
3. Peter Zacrevski
4. Turner Leigh
5. Kai Mihata
6. Keegan Harkavey

Aj and Thomas MP

1. Julia Doubson
2. Siri Christopherson
3. Brigitte Bordelon
4. Caroline Sanbo
5. Tyra Christopherson
6. Sarah Petersen
7. Diana Aleksieva
8. Katie Petersen
9. Oriena Riley

There was also a question about how the rankings scores were obtained. Here is the link to the JWOC rankings.
There are a few cases on the girls side where they have F21 rankings and these scores were taken from the rolling rankings. Based on the rules we take the best four scores and divide those scores by 4 to get an average. In the cases where athletes have less than 4 scores they races are added up and divided by four.

Its a tight race coming down to the middle tomorrow!
Mar 24, 2018 11:52 PM # 
Thank you for posting the JWOC specific rankings, that helps understand the scoring.

Is an updated spreadsheet available?

Thanks again.
Mar 25, 2018 12:58 AM # 
Looks like some great performances today!
Good luck tomorrow in the middle distance!
Mar 25, 2018 2:39 AM # 
Updated scoring list.

Mar 26, 2018 4:22 AM # 
It was a dramatic finish to the weekend. All the athletes competed hard. Here are the results to the middle and the final scoring sheet.

Middle Resutls
1. David Runde
2. Aidan Minto
3. Thomas Laraia
4. AJ Riley
5. Keegan Harkavy
6. Kai Mihata
7. Turner Leigh
8. Peter Zackrevski

1. Julia Doubson
2. Tyra Christopherson
3. Siri Christopherson
4. Brigitte Bordelon
5. Caroline Sanbo
6. Diana Aleksieva
7. Katie Petersen
8. Sarah Petersen
9. Oriana Riley

Mar 26, 2018 4:36 AM # 
Congrats to the team!
Mar 26, 2018 4:48 AM # 
After tough deliberation and consideration of all the petitions the selections committee is pleased to announce the team that will represent the US at the Junior World orienteering champs. We want to thank everyone including the meet organizers, parents and supporters and especially the juniors. Go USA! it starts at home!

Julia Doubson
Siri Christopherson
Tyra Christopherson
Brigitte Bordelon
Caroline Sandbo
Diana Aleksieva

Alternate 1: Sarah Petersen
Alternate 2: Katie Petersen

Aidan Minto
David Runde
Peter Zackrevski
Martin Heir (by petition)
Thomas Laraia
AJ Riley (by tie break of head to head data)

Alternate 1: Turner Leigh
Alternate 2: Kai Mihata
Mar 26, 2018 4:12 PM # 
I have to make correction. I realized based on the tie break for second alternate spot Keegan wins the the tie break. So officially this is the order of the alternates.

Alternate 2: Keegan
Alterante 3: Kai

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