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Fly Fishing General Discussions / Re: The drug for the tug.
« on: October 25, 2020, 08:07:09 AM »
That was a great video! Thank you for sharing this with us!!

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Stillwater Fly Fishing / Re: Rio Midge Tip or Midge Tip Long
« on: May 11, 2020, 07:27:06 PM »
I prefer Rio's standard Midge Tip. I use a slow glass if I feel the need to get my flies deeper.

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Update for March 30, 2020: Cancellation of the 2020 North American Loch-Style Fly Fishing Championship

It is with great sadness that I regret to inform you that the 2020 North American Loch-Style Championship has been cancelled due to recent concerns and government advisories regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as conversations that I've had with competitors and volunteers regarding the effect that this virus and the economic downturn will have on their vacation time and finances.

We have made this decision as early as possible in order to give ample notice for those that might be planning/booking their flights and travel, and to ensure everyone's safety. Hopefully by cancelling this year’s championship we will help to eliminate the risk and possibility of this event contributing the spread of this virus.

Please stay safe, practice social distancing, take the necessary precautions, and take care of yourselves and your loved ones. We hope to see all of you at next year's championship.


Sincerely,
Todd Oishi - Head Organizer of the North American Loch-Style Fly Fishing Championship

P.S. Please pass this message along to any of your teammates that have not been Cc’d on this email




Sincerely,
Todd Oishi - Head Organizer of the North American Loch-Style Fly Fishing Championship



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Analyze This... / Re: How would you fish this stream?
« on: March 26, 2020, 11:51:52 AM »
Beautiful water!! I'd do much the same as Chris.

I'd also work upstream and fish a dry dropper with a small Zebra Midge under a highly visible CDC dry fly, on a fairly short leader, so I could manage my drift, by keeping as much leader and line off the water as possible.

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FORUM ANNOUNCEMENT for MARCH 23, 2020:

Until further notice, the advertisement and promotion of events on this forum (for the 2020 spring and summer seasons) have been suspended, given the government’s current social-distancing guidelines and their public health advisory to avoid all non-essential gatherings, in order to help reduce the burden on the health care system and flatten the curve and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 disease within your own community and to other communities.

Please stay home, stay safe, and stay healthy!

Sincerely,
Administrative Team of the Innovative Fly Fisher Forum

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Stillwater Patterns / Re: Clouserd Micro Leech
« on: March 19, 2020, 06:03:57 AM »
Nice! Thanks for sharing this with us!! :)

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I know that Team White are all at home now, and Brian and Mike of Team Red arrived home last night. The others are in transit at this time. David Arcay is how safely back at home in Spain with his family.

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March 16, 2020
Attn: Fly Fishing Canada Members
RE: Message regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus)

With the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring COVID-19 (coronavirus) a pandemic, we want to assure you that we’re continuing to take steps to ensure the health and safety of our members and their families, event organizers, volunteers, hosts, and our partners.

We are following advice from federal and provincial public health agencies and continue with our increased awareness of this disease and how it could potentially affect our membership. As a result of today’s press conference and official advisories, we will be cancelling the 2020 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship and suspending all FFC sanctioned events until further notice.

I am sad to announce that both of our National Teams that are currently in New Zealand preparing for the 2020 Commonwealth Fly Fishing Championships will be returning home this week, as per the Canadian government’s travel advisory for all Canadians to return home while travel is still possible. Upon their return, they will have to self-quarantine for 14 days. We wish them a safe journey, good health, and speedy return to their normal lives.

As well, I am very sad to announce that our Canadian Youth Team has withdrawn from the 2020 Youth World Fly Fishing Championships in Bosnia - Herzegovinian, due to the high probability of exposure to the coronavirus and other risks that would be associated with their travel and attendance at this event.

We also encourage everyone to continue to be diligent, following the recommended practices to limit the spread of the virus, such as washing your hands more frequently, using hand sanitizer and wipes, using proper coughing and sneezing etiquette, and seeking medical advice if you’re feeling ill.

We’re assessing the situation regularly to identify impacts to our membership and operations, and will keep you updated if we need to implement additional protocols or changes.

External links:
•         Government of Canada: FAQ
•         Government of Canada: Travel advice and advisories
•         World Health Organization: Advice for the public

Kind regards,

Todd Oishi
President of Fly Fishing Canada
 
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16 mars 2020
À l'attention des membres de Pêche à la mouche Canada
RE: Message concernant COVID-19 (coronavirus)

L'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) déclarant le COVID-19 (coronavirus) une pandémie, nous voulons vous assurer que nous continuons à prendre des mesures pour assurer la santé et la sécurité de nos membres et de leurs familles, organisateurs d'événements, bénévoles, hôtes et nos partenaires.

Nous suivons les conseils des agences de santé publique fédérales et provinciales et poursuivons notre sensibilisation accrue à cette maladie et à la façon dont elle pourrait potentiellement affecter nos membres. À la suite de la conférence de presse et des avis officiels d'aujourd'hui, nous annulerons le Championnat national canadien de pêche à la mouche 2020 et suspendrons tous les événements sanctionnés par la FFC jusqu'à nouvel ordre.

Je suis triste d'annoncer que nos deux équipes nationales qui se trouvent actuellement en Nouvelle-Zélande et se préparent pour les championnats de pêche à la mouche du Commonwealth 2020 rentreront chez elles cette semaine, conformément à l'avis de voyage du gouvernement canadien pour que tous les Canadiens rentrent chez eux pendant que le voyage est encore possible. . À leur retour, ils devront s'auto-mettre en quarantaine pendant 14 jours. Nous leur souhaitons un bon voyage, une bonne santé et un retour rapide à leur vie normale.

De plus, nous sommes très tristes de dire que notre équipe canadienne de jeunes s'est retirée des Championnats du monde de pêche à la mouche de la jeunesse 2020 en Bosnie-Herzégovine, en raison de la forte probabilité d'exposition au coronavirus et d'autres risques qui seraient associés à leur voyage et participation à cet événement.

Nous encourageons également tout le monde à continuer de faire preuve de diligence, en suivant les pratiques recommandées pour limiter la propagation du virus, telles que se laver les mains plus fréquemment, utiliser un désinfectant pour les mains et des lingettes, utiliser une étiquette appropriée pour la toux et les éternuements et consulter un médecin si vous '' se sentir mal.

Nous évaluons régulièrement la situation pour identifier les impacts sur nos membres et nos opérations, et nous vous tiendrons au courant si nous devons mettre en œuvre des protocoles ou des modifications supplémentaires.

Liens externes:
•         Government of Canada: FAQ
•         Government of Canada: Travel advice and advisories
•         World Health Organization: Advice for the public

Sincères amitiés,

Todd Oishi
Président de Fly Fishing Canada

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Urgent Notice for March 16, 2020:

Please note the 2020 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship has officially been cancelled, due to the fact that the Canadian government has issued another advisory today that now bans all gatherings of more than 50 people:

“Gatherings of more than 50 people had also been banned”

Refunds will be sent out within 24 hours of this notice.

Thank-you for your understanding and please stay safe.

Todd Oishi – Organizer of the 2020 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championships

P.S. Please ensure that this message has been read by, or forwarded to your teammates

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Please note that due to the rapidly changing environment around COVID-19 the British Columbia Fly Fishing League will be suspending all meetings, events, and competitions that involve close quarter contact and carpooling until further notice. As well, the Trout Unlimited insurance for our events will be invalid due to the fact that TU has formally requested that all events and workdays be suspended until further notice.

We hope that by reducing potential for contracting the virus we can help protect the health and welfare of our volunteers and members while supporting the need to reduce strain on Canada’s health care system.

We thank you for your understanding and patience. Please stay tuned for any updates.

Best regards,
Todd Oishi

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Special Notice for March 12, 2020:

Due to current pandemic status and uncontrolled spread of the coronavirus, and public advisories for the risk management and assessment for organizers and participants of large gathering events, the 2020 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship might possibly be cancelled, postponed, or altered for obvious reasons. 

This message is being sent in order to give ample notice for those that might be planning/booking their flights and travel. A decision and official announcement regarding the status of this year’s event will be made by the organizing committee on or before April 20, 2020 (60 days prior to the event).

Here’s a link to the Government of Canada’s website for more information: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/health-professionals/mass-gatherings-risk-assesment.html

Thank-you for your understanding.

Todd Oishi – Organizer of the 2020 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championships

P.S. Please ensure that today's email has been received and read by your teammates and those that might not have been Cc’d on that email

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Update for March 6, 2020:

I am pleased to announce that the Comfort Inn & Suites Merritt, in the town of Merritt, has been selected as the official hotel for the 2020 Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship.

Competitors are encouraged to stay at the Comfort Inn, as this venue will be used as the staging area for carpooling to and from the competition venues, the closing ceremonies and awards banquet will be held in the banquet room at this facility, and this will be the headquarters for the event where the scores will be posted on a nightly basis. There are also several restaurants, coffee shops, and stores within walking distance of the hotel.

Here are their rates that we have negotiated for the Canadian Nationals Jun 19-Jun 28, 2020:

Single King/Queen: $110/night* plus taxes
2 Beds - double occupancy: $120/night* plus taxes

*Rates includes complimentary hot breakfast, free wifi, free parking, and indoor pool & hot tub

The manager has set aside a block of rooms at the special rate, under "Flyfishing Tournament". Teams and competitors are recommended to call the hotel directly at 250-315-0237 to book and provide the dates of their stay.

Here's a link to their website for more details:  www.comfortinnmerritt.ca



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NRPS EARNED AT THE FOLLOWING 2020 SEASON FFC SANCTIONED EVENTS:
British Columbia Fly Fishing League (B.C.F.F.L.)
Eastern Canadian Competitive Fly Fishing League (E.C.C.F.F.L.)
Alberta Competitive Fly Fishing League (A.C.F.F.L.)
Other Regions (O.R.)


FFC# 2020-1: B.C.F.F.L. - Whitefish Festival Competition (2 river sessions):
March 1, 2020:


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This thread will be used to display the National Ranking Points (NRPs) that have been recorded for the 2020 season by Canadian competitors that have purchased their membership Fly Fishing Canada (FFC) Membership Cards.

Results for both river and lake competitions will be posted and identified in order to provide some insight on how and where the competitors' points were earned.

Please scroll down this page in order to see the full list of competitions, results, and NRPs that were earned at each competition


FORMULA FOR CALCULATING NRPS:
The average of 3 results are used for calculating a competitor's 2020 NRPs. These results must include 2 of the following: 1 Best Lake Competition Result; 1 Best River Competition Result; or 1 Best River/Lake Competition Result before they can use their 2nd Best Result (see below for more information). A competitor's previous season's NRPs may be used as one of the results if it exceeds their 3 Best Results.

INCLUDING YOUR COMPETITION RESULTS ON THE NRP LEADER BOARD:
Please contact Fly Fishing Canada for more information on how to have your competition results and statistics for the 2020 season included on the 2020 Fly Fishing Canada National Ranking Points Leader Board for Canadian Competitors: flyfishingcanadapresident@gmail.com

MEMBERSHIP FEES:
The Membership Fee is $45 for adults and $25 for Youths (Youths being defined as any person who is 18 years of age or under during the membership year).  FFC will accept registration payment via e-transfer starting on January 1st, 2019. Please send your e-transfer to: Flyfishingcanada2@gmail.com

Here's a link to the announcement with more information on the membership cards: http://innovativeflyfisher.com/forum/index.php?topic=3536.msg27206#msg27206


FORMULA FOR CALCULATING NRPS:
The average of 3 results are used for calculating a competitor's 2020 NRPs. These results must include 2 of the following: 1 Best Lake Competition Result; 1 Best River Competition Result; or 1 Best River/Lake Competition Result before they can use their 2nd Best Result (see below for more information). A competitor's previous season's NRPs may be used as one of the results if it exceeds their 3 Best Results.

Results for both river and lake competitions are posted in order to provide some insight on how and where the competitors' points were earned ( scroll down this page in order to see the full list of competitions, the results, and NRPs that were earned at each competition ).


BEST 3 RESULTS ARE USED for CALCULATING the 2020 NRPs 
In order to better reflect a competitor's performance, 3 results are being used for calculating a competitor’s NRP for the year.  A competitor’s results from the current year’s competitions as well as their previous year’s NRP may be used in order to calculate their NRPs.

The results for calculating a competitor's current NRPs consists of the average of 3 results that must include 1 lake competition result and 1 river competition result, and may include 1 of the following result as the 3rd factor (whichever possesses the highest point value): 
a. 2nd Best River Result.
b. 2nd Best Lake Result.
c. Best Mixed River/Lake Result.
d. Previous Season’s NRPs.

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CALCULATING NRPs for the CURRENT YEAR:
Step One:
The highest point value of a competitor's Best Lake Result, Best River Result, or Best Mixed Lake/River Result will be the first factor used for calculating their NRPs.

Step Two:
a) If a competitor’s Best Lake Result is used as the first factor, then their Best River Result or Best Mixed Lake/River Result (whichever is greater) will be used as the second factor used for determining their NRPs.

b) If a competitor’s Best River Result is used as the first factor, then either their Best Lake Result or Best Mixed Lake/River Result (whichever is greater) will be used as the second factor used for determining their NRPs.

c) If a competitor’s Best Mixed Lake/River Result is used as the first factor, then either their Best Lake Result, Best River Result, or their 2nd Best Mixed Lake/River Result (whichever is greater) will be used as the second factor for determining their NRPs.

Step Three:
The third factor that will be used for calculating a competitor’s NRPs will be either their previous year’s NRP or their next greatest current year result (Lake Result, River Result, or Mixed Lake/River Result), whichever is greater.

* Please note that a competitor’s results from three Mixed Lake/River Competitions will be used for calculating their NRPs if those 3 reults are greater than their other results.
** Ties are broken based on the tied competitors' best result for the current season.

CALCULATING NPRs for COMPETITORS WITH LESS THAN 3 RESULTS:
Zero points will be used as one of the factors when calculating the NRPs for competitors with only 2 results.
Zero points will be used as two of the factors when calculating the NRPs for competitors with only 1 result. 

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Note: Competition organizers are responsible for submitting FFC Sanctioning Form prior to their event for FFC Sanctioning Approval Number and must confirm that their results are accurate before submitting for inclusion on the NRP Leader Board. Organizers are required to submit the results for their events to Fly Fishing Canada within a period of 7 days of the completion of the event or the results will not be eligible for inclusion for the 2020 NRPs.

The NRP Leader Board will be updated within a 7 day period of any results being submitted and verified for accuracy and compliance by Fly Fishing Canada's NRP and Rule Committee.

Thank-you,
Todd Oishi - President of Fly Fishing Canada

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Here is the current results of the 2020 Leader Board for the British Columbia Fly Fishing League, which is based on a total of 1 competition with 18 competitors:


About the British Columbia Fly Fishing League Leader Board:
The individual points that are recorded on the British Columbia Fly Fishing League's leader board will consist of the competition points that a competitor has earned at individual competitions throughout the competition season, which starts on January 1st and ends on November 15th, 2020 The results of the season will be finalized after that date, and medals and trophies will be presented at an awards ceremony and banquet that will be held on the last weekend of November 2020.

Competitors are free to compete in as many competitions as they're able to attend, but their total points on the leader board are calculated based on their 3 best finishes at the river competitions (maximum of 2400 points) and their 3 best finishes at the stillwater competitions (maximum of 2400 points) that are held within the province of British Columbia. A competitor's results from 3 day competitions with both river and stillwater sessions will be added to their total points (maximum of 2400 points) in a separate category. This system will allow competitors the opportunity to improve their individual standing by culling poor performances at past competitions, and replacing them with better performances. At the end of the competition season all competitors will start out the new season with zero points on the leader board.

The results from the 2020 season competitions are recorded on the British Columbia Competitive Fly Fishing Leader Board. Medals and trophies will be presented for both the adult and youth categories at the season finale and awards ceremony on Sunday, November 15, 2020. Competitors must have competed at a minimum of 2 league events in order to eligible for an award.

Event Sanctioning Requirements:
• The British Columbia Fly Fishing League's leader board includes the results from all fly fishing competitions and championships that comply with FIPS-Mouche rules and are held within British Columbia during the competition season.
• All competitions seeking sanctioning and inclusion on the Leader Board must be submitted to the board members at least 21 days prior to the date of the event and must be open to all league members.
• Competitors are encouraged to organize competitions in their region, as there are no limits to the number of competitions that can be held within a season.
• The opening date for registration for each event must be announced on this forum at least 7 days prior to registrations being accepted.
• Registration must be accepted on a first come, first served basis, with organizer(s) being guaranteed a spot(s) at that competition (maximum of 2 spots can be reserved for event organizers).
• For a competition of any level to be sanctioned, a minimum of 50% of the participants must be league members in good standing.
• All competitions must be non-profit events without any personal or financial gain for all involved.

Where the registration fees go...
The British Columbia Fly Fishing League charges as little as possible for the entry fees for all our events, with 100% of the entry fees from each event being used to purchase the medals for the events, as well as trophies and plaques for the season finale's Awards Ceremonies and Banquet. The remaining balance is presented as a donation to the local members of the League that will be representing the Canadian National Youth Fly Fishing Team at upcoming international championships.

We pride ourselves on the fact that absolutely no one financially profits from hosting or participating at these events. There are no prizes or financial gain for doing well at any of our events (only medals), as the Olympic Ideal has been set as the standard for all of our events. We are all volunteers and do what we do for the love of our sport and to promote it.


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POINT SYSTEM FOR COMPETITIONS:

The point system that is used provides a "tighter gap" between the positions that the competitors score, which will guarantee that no one is untouchable after just a single top performance, and thus, will encourage greater participation by those that wish to advance and those that are defending their lead on the Leader Board, which will ultimately generate a higher level of excitement and activity amongst the members of the League and encourage newcomers to our sport.

Here's a breakdown on how many points will be awarded for all future competitions the points and how the new point system works. Please note that the Point Gap increases with each additional day that is added for multiple-day competitions, which recognizes and rewards the competitors based on the increased "degree of difficulty" and effort that's required in order to achieve a top finish at those competitions (based on 24+ competitors):

Position      1 Day Comp    2 Day Comp     3 Day Comp
1st place=     600 points       900 points       1200 points
2nd place=    575 points       863 points       1150 points
3rd place=    550 points        825 points       1100 points
4th place=    525 points        788 points       1050 points
5th place=    500 points        750 points       1000 points
6th place=    475 points        713 points         950 points
7th place=    450 points        675 points         900 points
8th place=    425 points        638 points         850 points
9th place=    400 points        600 points         800 points
10th place=  375 points        563 points         750 points
11th place=  350 points        525 points         700 points
12th place=  325 points        488 points         650 points
13th place=  300 points        450 points         600 points
14th place=  275 points        413 points         550 points
15th place=  250 points        375 points         500 points
16th place=  225 points        338 points         450 points
17th place=  200 points        300 points         400 points
18th place=  175 points        263 points         350 points
19th place=  150 points        225 points         300 points
20th place=  125 points        188 points         250 points
21st place=  100 points        150 points         200 points
22nd place=   75 points        113 points         150 points
23rd place=    50 points          75 points         100 points
24th place=    25 points          38 points           50 points
                 (25 point gap)  (37.5 point gap)  (50 point gap)
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25 points is used as the base score for a last place finish for all single day competitions, with 25 points being the gap between all of the positions for single day competitions with up to 24 competitors. This format will reward the competitors with a greater amount of points when there's a greater the number of competitors participating at that particular competition, but the base will always remain as 25 points for last place:

Single Day "Mini-comps" (18+ competitors):
1st place=  450 points   
2nd place= 425 points   
3rd place= 400 points   
4th place= 375 points   
5th place=  350 points   
6th place= 325 points   
7th place= 300 points   
8th place= 275 points   
9th place= 250 points   
10th place= 225 points   
11th place= 200 points   
12th place= 175 points   
13th place= 150 points   
14th place= 125 points   
15th place= 100 points   
16th place= 75 points 
17th place= 50 points 
18th place= 25 points

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Single Day "Mini-comps" (12+ competitors):
1st place=  300 points   
2nd place= 275 points   
3rd place= 250 points   
4th place= 225 points   
5th place= 200 points   
6th place= 175 points   
7th place= 150 points   
8th place= 125 points   
9th place= 100 points   
10th place= 75 points 
11th place= 50 points 
12th place= 25 points

The new point system for 2016 and onwards will make it a whole lot simpler and require less effort for competitors to calculate their points and understand what's required in order to advance on the Leader Board.

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Point Gap for competitions with less than 24 Competitors:
The point gaps remain constant regardless of the number of competitors in attendance. The last place person will always be awarded the same amount of points, which are based on the number of days of the competitions: 25 points at a single day competition; 38 points at a 2 day competition; and 50 points at a 3 day competition.

The maximum points awarded for 1st place for 1 day mini-competitions with less than 12 competitors will be based on the number of competitors X 25 points. For example: 10 competitors X 25 points = 250 points for first place and the point scale.

Calculating the points is a very simple process with this formula - with little more effort being required than just a quick glance at the charts or doing your own math.

Point Scale based on number of competitors       1 Day Comp    2 Day Comp     3 Day Comp
1st place at a competition with 24 competitors=    600 points       900 points       1200 points
1st place at a competition with 23 competitors=    575 points       863 points       1150 points
1st place at a competition with 22 competitors=    550 points        825 points       1100 points
1st place at a competition with 21 competitors=    525 points        788 points       1050 points
1st place at a competition with 20 competitors=    500 points        750 points       1000 points
1st place at a competition with 19 competitors=    475 points        713 points         950 points
1st place at a competition with 18 competitors=    450 points        675 points         900 points
1st place at a competition with 17 competitors=    425 points        638 points         850 points
1st place at a competition with 16 competitors=    400 points        600 points         800 points
1st place at a competition with 15 competitors=    375 points        563 points         750 points
1st place at a competition with 14 competitors=    350 points        525 points         700 points
1st place at a competition with 13 competitors=    325 points        488 points         650 points
1st place at a competition with 12 competitors=    300 points        450 points         600 points   
Point Gap for each position after 1st place=        (25 point gap)  (37.5 point gap)  (50 point gap)

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Point Gap for competitions with more than 24 Competitors:
The Maximum points awarded for a 1st place finish remain constant, but the Point Gap at all competitions with more than 24 competitors decreases (tightens) based on the number of competitors competing at those competitions.

For example; at a 3 Day Competition with 50 competitors the following formula is used for calculating the Point Gap between the positions:
Step 1: 1200 (point scale for 1st place) - 50 (no. of competitors) = 1150.
Step 2: 1150 ÷ 49 (no. of competitors finishing below 1st place) = 23.47 Point Gap
Step 3: The Point Gap of 23.47 points is deducted in order to calculate the points for each position below 1st place

For example: 1200 Points for 1st place - 23.47 Point Gap = 1176.53 points for 2nd place (1177 points*)
* The final calculated number of points are rounded to the closest number, with .5 values being rounded up to the next number

1st Place = 1200 Points
2nd Place = 1177 Points
3rd Place = 1153 Points
4th Place = 1130 Points
5th Place = 1106 Points
6th Place = 1083 Points
7th Place = 1059 Points
8th Place = 1036 Points
9th Place = 1012 Points
10th Place = 989 Points
11th Place = 965 Points
12th Place = 942 Points
13th Place = 918 Points
14th Place = 895 Points
15th Place = 871 Points
16th Place = 848 Points
17th Place = 824 Points
18th Place = 801 Points
19th Place = 778 Points
20th Place = 754 Points
21st Place = 731 Points
22nd Place = 707 Points
23rd Place = 684 Points
24th Place = 660 Points
25th Place = 637 Points
26th Place = 613 Points
27th Place = 590 Points
28th Place = 566 Points
29th Place = 543 Points
30th Place = 519 Points
31st Place = 496 Points
32nd Place = 472 Points
33rd Place = 449 Points
34th Place = 425 Points
35th Place = 402 Points
36th Place = 379 Points
37th Place = 355 Points
38th Place = 332 Points
39th Place = 308 Points
40th Place = 285 Points
41st Place = 261 Points
42nd Place = 238 Points
43rd Place = 214 Points
44th Place = 191 Points
45th Place = 167 Points
46th Place = 144 Points
47th Place = 120 Points
48th Place = 97 Points
49th Place = 73 Points
50th Place = 50 Points

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