Well that closes the inaugural year of the North American Sprint Series https://sites.google.com/view/sprintseries/home
Though there was never an official scoring system agreed upon, nor any prizes, announcements or fanfare, all you really need is a website, and nice logo, for something to exist right?
Despite there being no rules, I believe the final standings are as follows.
The series must clearly be won by the only three men and two women who attended 3/4 of the weekends. This ranking is decided exclusively on a who-beat-who basis and not taking into account relative weights of placings at each tournament or the setup of the tournament or anything other than did you place higher, yes or no. (Perhaps a 1st to 4th difference at San Fran should count for more than a 4th to 5th difference in Van and a 3rd to 6th difference in Seattle and I can win ;) Regardless of the scheme it is likely that Adam and I would be 1/2 in some order and probably clear that Tori is the female winner with 2 tournament wins (and an unlucky SART placing due to some questionable tactics by the Bonesaw)
1. Adam Woods (4th Van, 3rd Seattle, 4th San Fran)
2. Graeme Rennie (5th Van, 6th Seattle, 1st San Fran)
3. William Enger (8th Van, 2nd Seattle, 6th San Fran)
1. Tori Borish (1st Van, 16th Seattle, 1st San Fran)
2. Julia Doubson (2nd Van, 13th Seattle, 4th San Fran)
3. Siri Christopherson (3rd Van, 10th Seattle)
An Honourable mention should be given to Will Enger for attending 4/4 camps in 2016 the year before the series was announced (thus being the clear winner of the 2016 series - basically as official as the 2017 series anyways ;)
The Results, incase someone wants to disagree :p (or preferably design an actual points system for next year, perhaps I'll have a crack at it over Christmas break)
And yes. I should be studying for exams.