Current Standings

2017 Final U14 Cup Standings

 

Past U14 Cup Standings

2016 Final U14 Cup Standings

2015 Final U14 Cup Standings

 

Scoring Clarification for 2016-17

Each Junior National Qualifier and the IMD Youth Festival will provide an opportunity for U14s to compete within the same JNQ selection criteria for points. The final points list for the U14s will be posted here at the after the IMD Youth Festival, with gold silver and bronze recognition. 

Overall Series Ranking Within Each Age Class: A skier’s final overall point total for IMD ranking is determined by adding their best three (highest) point results from the selection events.  For most optimal points, a skier must complete at least three races, including one of each technique.   After the highest classic and freestyle result are determined, the next best result in either technique is added to get a point total.  An overall ranking list, high points to low, is determined for each age class.  Any skier not completing at least three races in the IMD U14 Selection Series will be at a points disadvantage.

1) Event Scoring Procedures
The Selection Criteria is designed to provide an objective assessment of competitors’ race results in a series of designated qualifying events. Each year at the annual spring IMDCC conference, a qualifying race schedule is determined. Information on the date, location, distances and formats for the qualifying series is available on the Division web site.

a) Scoring Method:Selection Races are scored using World Cup Scoring, a points by place system.

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And so on until the top 30 skiers are scored in an age class.  HIGH POINTS ARE GOOD!

b) Interval and Mass Start Distance Races: Each class is scored with points awarded to all finishers completing the race

Sample Scored Sprint Race

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c) Overall Series Ranking Within Each Age Class: A skier’s final overall point total for IMD ranking is determined by adding their best three (highest) point results from the selection events.  For most optimal points, a skier must complete at least three races, including one of each technique.   After the highest classic and freestyle result are determined, the next best result in either technique is added to get a point total.  An overall ranking list, high points to low, is determined for each age class.  Any skier not completing at least three races in the IMD U14 Selection Series will be at a points disadvantage.