Scoring is based on a point-per-place system. Your point total equals the sum of your ranks on for each workout.  

In a points-per-place scoring system, you will want to achieve the least amount of points to rank higher on the leaderboard.

If you scale a workout, your score will be placed below anyone that performed a workout as prescribed.  A (s) will be notated next to your score and you will be ranked against others that scaled as well.

For example:

  • Athlete 1 performed a workout prescribed and logged 100 reps.
  • Athlete 2 scaled the same workout and logged 100 reps
  • Athlete 3 scaled the same workout and logged 101 reps
  • Athlete 1 will be ranked higher, than Athlete 2 and 3
  • Athlete 3 would be ranked higher than Athlete 2

Overall, an Athlete that does all workouts prescribed will always rank higher than an Athlete that mixes between prescribed and scaled.

New in 2019, athletes will be combined onto one leaderboard. Athlete's placement on the leaderboard will determine the division they qualify for. More info on how qualifying spots per division on our How to Compete page (scroll to the bottom!)

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