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Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
« Reply #60 on: February 20, 2018, 19:14 »
OMG Trudgin is 3rd. I must be living in a parallel universe.

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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #61 on: February 27, 2018, 19:34 »
    Update 3
    This update, the golden combo was Jhonatan Narvaez paired with Valentin Madouas, who scored big points in France in the past two weeks. Both were only picked by about half a dozen people, and only two people picked both. Trudgin is our highest scorer, besides Narvaez and Madouas she scored minor points with quite a few other riders, in fact only 5 riders on her team did not score in the last two weeks. laarsland also selected Narvaez and Madouas, but his total falls just short of Trudgin's.
    Hakkie2 is the best of the rest, a distant 3rd. His main scorers were Narvaez and Kristoffer Halvorsen.

    Highest mover this update is Ludwigzgz, who jumps a big 15 spots to 11th. Like Hakkie2, his main scorers were Narvaez and Halvorsen, while 2nd highest mover has Madouas and Halvorsen. 3rd highest mover AupaPyama is another with the Halvorsen - Narvaez combo.

    Our 4 highest scorers occupy places 1 to 4 in the overall ranking. Trudgin and laarsland scored big, but torcia_86's solid performance (with again a big chunk of points from unique pick Areruya) helps them retain the lead. Hakkie2, despite being 3rd highest scorer, sees Trudgin and laarsland jump over.
    In the lower regions of the top-10, the most notable jump is AupaPyama, who leaps from 17th to 8th.

    Highest Scorers
    1   Trudgin   179
    2   laarsland   169
    3   Hakkie2   103
    4   torcia_86   101
    5   Ludwigzgz   98
    6   LosBrolin   97
    7   rote_lanterne   94
    8   Roubaix   93
    8   AupaPyama   93
    10   TheArt   81

    Highest movers
    1   Ludwigzgz   +15
    2   TheArt   +11
    3   AupaPyama   +8
    4   search   +7
    5   scrooll07   +6
    6   laarsland   +4
    7   Roubaix   +3
    7   skidmark   +3
    9   Trudgin   +1
    9   Kazistuta   +1
    9   fauniera   +1

    Overall Ranking
    1   =   torcia_86   392
    2   +1   Trudgin   305
    3   +4   laarsland   275
    4   -2   Hakkie2   231
    5   -1   LosBrolin   218
    6   -1   rote_lanterne   210
    7   +3   Roubaix   188
    8   +1   Kazistuta   176
    9   +8   AupaPyama   164
    10   -4   Amis Velo   146

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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #62 on: February 27, 2018, 20:03 »
    Update 3
    This update, the golden combo was Jhonatan Narvaez paired with Valentin Madouas, who scored big points in France in the past two weeks. Both were only picked by about half a dozen people, and only two people picked both. Trudgin is our highest scorer, besides Narvaez and Madouas she scored minor points with quite a few other riders, in fact only 5 riders on her team did not score in the last two weeks. laarsland also selected Narvaez and Madouas, but his total falls just short of Trudgin's.
    Hakkie2 is the best of the rest, a distant 3rd. His main scorers were Narvaez and Kristoffer Halvorsen.

    Highest mover this update is Ludwigzgz, who jumps a big 15 spots to 11th. Like Hakkie2, his main scorers were Narvaez and Halvorsen, while 2nd highest mover has Madouas and Halvorsen. 3rd highest mover AupaPyama is another with the Halvorsen - Narvaez combo.

    Our 4 highest scorers occupy places 1 to 4 in the overall ranking. Trudgin and laarsland scored big, but torcia_86's solid performance (with again a big chunk of points from unique pick Areruya) helps them retain the lead. Hakkie2, despite being 3rd highest scorer, sees Trudgin and laarsland jump over.
    In the lower regions of the top-10, the most notable jump is AupaPyama, who leaps from 17th to 8th.

    Highest Scorers
    1   Trudgin   179
    2   laarsland   169
    3   Hakkie2   103
    4   torcia_86   101
    5   Ludwigzgz   98
    6   LosBrolin   97
    7   rote_lanterne   94
    8   Roubaix   93
    8   AupaPyama   93
    10   TheArt   81

    Highest movers
    1   Ludwigzgz   +15
    2   TheArt   +11
    3   AupaPyama   +8
    4   search   +7
    5   scrooll07   +6
    6   laarsland   +4
    7   Roubaix   +3
    7   skidmark   +3
    9   Trudgin   +1
    9   Kazistuta   +1
    9   fauniera   +1

    Overall Ranking
    1   =   torcia_86   392
    2   +1   Trudgin   305
    3   +4   laarsland   275
    4   -2   Hakkie2   231
    5   -1   LosBrolin   218
    6   -1   rote_lanterne   210
    7   +3   Roubaix   188
    8   +1   Kazistuta   176
    9   +8   AupaPyama   164
    10   -4   Amis Velo   146

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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #63 on: February 28, 2018, 21:15 »
    I lost a spot but still a good week for my team.
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #64 on: March 03, 2018, 18:58 »
    My cyclists hibernate, like bears. Maybe they wake up in the spring  :angry.
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #65 on: March 17, 2018, 10:56 »
    Update 4: Trudgin makes it two in a row

    This update, we don't really have one outstanding rider. Fabio Jakobsen was the best scorer with 44 points,  but many players have him (they'll have a great next update). It was crucial to have a combination of several high scorers this time. Trudgin is the highest scorer for the 2nd week in a row, matching torcia_86's streak from the first two weeks. She paired Jakobsen with Narvaez, Madouas and rare picks Idjouadiene and Sevilla (I'm embarrassed I didn't pick Sevilla!). 2nd highest scorer fauniera had a very different combination, besides Jakobsen he scored with rare pick Pogacar, Hirschi, Welten and Fabbro. 3rd place Ludwigzgz has a more regular lineup with Narvaez, Bjerg and Philipsen scoring besides Jakobsen.

    4th finisher this update comodoro is the one other player with Pogacar, comodoro's good result moves him up 9 spots in the ranking which makes them the highest mover this update. Squire and search each move up 8 places.

    In the overall ranking, we see no big changes. The top-4 remains the same and there's some small movement in the lower regions of the top-10. However, because torcia_86 had a very mediocre score this update, Trudgin's great result brings her within 1 point of the lead! Trudgin has Jakobsen whom torcia_86 missed, but torcia_86 has Halvorsen instead. Will we see a change at the top of the tables next update? Will someone else with both Halvorsen and Jakobsen come from behind to take first place?

    Highest scorers
    1   Trudgin   97
    2   fauniera   90
    3   Ludwigzgz   89
    4   comodoro   88
    5   laarsland   85
    5   rote_lanterne   85
    7   Hakkie2   79
    8   AupaPyama   73
    9   Roubaix   70
    10   the_asian   69

    Highest movers
    1   comodoro   +9
    2   Squire   +8
    2   search   +8
    4   fauniera   +6
    5   the_asian   +5
    6   Josedin   +3
    6   Joelsim   +3
    6   Jon Ezeitza   +3
    9   Ludwigzgz   +2
    9   TheArt   +2
    9   MADRAZO   +2

    Overall ranking
    1   =   torcia_86   403
    2   =   Trudgin   402
    3   =   laarsland   360
    4   =   Hakkie2   310
    5   +1   rote_lanterne   295
    6   +1   Roubaix   258
    7   -2   LosBrolin   255
    8   +1   AupaPyama   237
    9   +2   Ludwigzgz   231
    10   +2   TheArt   202

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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #66 on: March 17, 2018, 12:31 »
    Thanks for the update. Although I have both Jakobson and Halvorsen being one of the few missing Hodeg will hurt me.
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #67 on: March 17, 2018, 16:46 »
    Thanks for the update. Although I have both Jakobson and Halvorsen being one of the few missing Hodeg will hurt me.
    Interesting situation in the top-3, torcia has Halvorsen and Hodeg, Trudgin has Jakobsen and Hodeg and laarsland has Halvorsen and Jakobsen
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #68 on: March 17, 2018, 18:55 »
    Update 4: Trudgin makes it two in a row



    hahahahahahahaha

    no fecking way.....
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #69 on: March 28, 2018, 19:32 »
    Update 5: The competition explodes as young talents rock the pro scene

    Wow, I have a huge update for you guys, with some main game scores. I had to double check to see if I hadn't made a silly mistake while updating the spreadsheet. Big shifts throughout the board! We saw many young riders perform at the highest level in the sport, with as the biggest performance probably Quick Step boys Hodeg and Jakobsen both winning a .HC race and Hodeg then winning a stage in the Volta a Catalunya.

    Highest scorer in this update is Hakkie2. He scored big points with Alvaro José Hodeg (185), Fabio Jakobsen (155), Kristoffer Halvorsen (89), Jasper Philipsen (86), Pavel Sivakov (55) and Bram Welten (54). All these riders are decently popular and many or even most players have 3 or 4 of them. But, I guess Hakkie2's composition is pretty much the optimal one.
    2nd and 3rd highest scorers TheArt and search also has Hodeg, Jakobsen, Halvorsen, Philipsen and Welten, but instead of Sivakov scored with rare picks Neilson Powless and Jan-Willen Van Schip (TheArt) and Cristian Raileanu (search).

    Highest mover is Joelsim, climbing 10 spots, with the combo of Hodeg, Jakobsen, Halvorsen, Philipsen and Sivakov. TheArt, search and fauniera (Hodeg, Jakobsen, Halvorsen, Sivakov, Welten) all move up 8 points. But perhaps the biggest shocker in terms of movement in the rankings is for Kazistuta, who drops 20 positions from 11th to 31st!

    In the top-10, as could be expected, we see a lot of movement as well. In the last update I wrote "Will we see a change at the top of the tables next update? Will someone else with both Halvorsen and Jakobsen come from behind to take first place?" Well, the answer is yes to both questions. Hakkie2 jumps from 4th place to 1st, while our previous leader, torcia_86, drops to 12th. TheArt climbs 8 places to 2nd, and Trudgin limits the damage, dropping from 2nd to 3rd.
    Ludwigzgz jumps from 9th to 4th, and we see 4 new names in the top-10: Josedin, search, skidmark and MADRAZO.

    Highest scorers
    1   Hakkie2   661
    2   TheArt   655
    3   search   614
    4   Josedin   599
    5   Ludwigzgz   586
    6   Joelsim   580
    7   MADRAZO   572
    8   skidmark   568
    9   fauniera   550
    10   Roubaix   540

    Highest movers
    1   Joelsim   +10
    2   TheArt   +8
    2   search   +8
    2   fauniera   +8
    5   MADRAZO   +7
    5   the_asian   +7
    7   Josedin   +6
    8   Ludwigzgz   +5
    8   skidmark   +5
    8   snccdcno   +5


    Overall ranking
    1   +3   Hakkie2   971
    2   +8   TheArt   857
    3   -1   Trudgin   825
    4   +5   Ludwigzgz   817
    5   +1   Roubaix   798
    6   +6   Josedin   783
    7   +8   search   778
    8   +5   skidmark   743
    9   +7   MADRAZO   735
    10   -5   rote_lanterne   734

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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #70 on: March 28, 2018, 19:35 »
    Thanks for the update. Although I have both Jakobson and Halvorsen being one of the few missing Hodeg will hurt me.
    In the end, it wasn't too bad for you. Still in the top-10. Many others did worse!



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    Yours truly, is all the way down the rankings in 2nd to last position :D
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #71 on: March 28, 2018, 22:11 »
    In the end, it wasn't too bad for you. Still in the top-10. Many others did worse!

    Yes, nice surprise, but it's so tight around 10th position. My total score is only slightly higher than the points Hakkie2 scored since the last update. :o And I'm pretty sure Hodeg is not done yet. He was a cheap pick for sure, but he did not convince me in his Tour de l'Avenir sprints last year. I guess I was wrong.
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #72 on: March 29, 2018, 10:52 »
    Yes, nice surprise, but it's so tight around 10th position. My total score is only slightly higher than the points Hakkie2 scored since the last update. :o And I'm pretty sure Hodeg is not done yet. He was a cheap pick for sure, but he did not convince me in his Tour de l'Avenir sprints last year. I guess I was wrong.
    Same for me. I was not convinced either. But then a few weeks after the deadline I read some article stating his test values were similar to Kittel, and well, I knew I was going to regret not including him in any of my teams :o
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #73 on: April 14, 2018, 12:05 »
    Update 6: First 10 teams into profit!

    Fabio Jakobsen impressed again with a win in the Scheldeprijs, scoring a welcome 140 points for the 21 players that selected him. These last two weeks saw many young riders score in the 20-40 points range, which means the scores in this update are quite close together.
    This update's highest scorer is rote_lanterne, who combined points from amongst others Robert Stannard, Jasper Philipsen, Bram Welten and Mark Padun with Jakobsen's. With her big score, rote_lanterne managed to climb 7 places to 3rd overall!
    2nd highest scorer is fauniera, who scored with a.o. Jakobsen, Stannard, Welten, Padun and Alexandr Riabushenko and he, too, moves up 7 positions and is now inside the top-10.
    3rd highest scorer is our leader Hakkie2, who managed to extend his lead over 2nd place by 40 points. He scored with Jakobsen, Philipsen, Welten, Padun and Riabushenko. Only 4 points behind is search, who besides some more popular picks also saw rare pick Marco Tizza (2 picks) score 48 points.

    Highest mover is me (finally best in something :) ). I scored with Jakobsen, Tizza, like search, Welten, Padun and Riabushenko. Joint 2nd highest movers are rote_lanterne and fauniera, both climbed 7 positions as I mentioned before.

    Overall, the top-2 stays the same, with rote_lanterne a new face on the virtual podium. Trudgin, who was 3rd before this update, drops 7 positions to 10th. Search moves up to 4th and fauniera is the only new name in the top-10, at the expense of skidmark who is now 11th.

    Highest scorers
    1   rote_lanterne   363
    2   fauniera   323
    3   Hakkie2   304
    4   search   300
    5   the_asian   294
    6   LaFlorecita   290
    7   MADRAZO   272
    8   comodoro   271
    9   TheArt   264
    10   ArmchairCyclist   260

    Highest movers
    1   LaFlorecita   +8
    2   rote_lanterne   +7
    2   fauniera   +7
    4   search   +3
    4   the_asian   +3
    4   ArmchairCyclist   +3
    4   Jon Ezeitza   +3
    8   Squire   +2

    Overall ranking
    1   =   Hakkie2   1275
    2   =   TheArt   1121
    3   +7   rote_lanterne   1097
    4   +3   search   1078
    5   -1   Ludwigzgz   1057
    6   =   Josedin   1039
    7   +7   fauniera   1023
    8   -3   Roubaix   1010
    9   =   MADRAZO   1007
    10   -7   Trudgin   1003

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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #74 on: April 14, 2018, 22:59 »
    Very nice reading, I didn't expect to be that good.  :cool Positions 3 - 10 are less than 100 points apart, so it's still tight and the season still young.
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #75 on: April 15, 2018, 00:44 »
    Very nice reading, I didn't expect to be that good.  :cool Positions 3 - 10 are less than 100 points apart, so it's still tight and the season still young.

    We swapped places
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #76 on: April 17, 2018, 19:56 »
    We swapped places

    Right. I really like your old place.  :)
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #77 on: April 17, 2018, 20:35 »
    Right. I really like your old place.  :)

    Dont get comfy
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #78 on: April 22, 2018, 11:00 »
    Dont get comfy

    Nope, my goal is to overturn Hakkie2 bruaha.
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #79 on: April 25, 2018, 15:16 »
    Update 7
    Not feeling very creative today but still wanted to post the update :)
    LosBrolin is this update's highest scorer by some margin. He scored big points with Valentin Madouas, Brandon McNulty, Mark Padun and rare pick Niklas Eg. 2nd highest scorer, almost 70 points behind is rote_lanterne with points from McNulty, Padun and Eg. Then we have a large group of players who have 2 of the names listed above on their team and as a result we have 8 people within 13 points of each other. Leading this pack is comodoro, with 177 points, he scored with McNulty, Padun and rare pick Pogacar who performed well in the Tour of Croatia last week.

    Comodoro is also the highest mover, together with Trudgin. Both move up 6 spots, to 8th and 4th overall, respectively. 3rd highest mover is our highest scorer, LosBrolin.
    Overall, Hakkie2 still leads. rote_lanterne takes over 2nd place from TheArt, who drops to 3rd. Ludwigzgz climbs into the top-10 while search and Roubaix drop out.

    Highest scorers
    1   LosBrolin   296
    2   rote_lanterne   227
    3   comodoro   177
    4   Jpettersen   167
    5   Kazistuta   161
    6   Trudgin   159
    7   Nicosix   158
    8   snccdcno   157
    9   the_asian   156
    10   Hakkie2   154

    Highest movers
    1   Trudgin   +6
    1   comodoro   +6
    3   LosBrolin   +5
    4   fauniera   +2
    4   MADRAZO   +2
    4   DJW   +2
    4   snccdcno   +2
    4   Jpettersen   +2

    Overall Ranking
    1   =   Hakkie2   1429
    2   +1   rote_lanterne   1324
    3   -1   TheArt   1198
    4   +6   Trudgin   1162
    5   +2   fauniera   1143
    6   =   Josedin   1142
    7   +2   MADRAZO   1139
    8   +6   comodoro   1129
    9   -4   Ludwigzgz   1118
    10   +1   skidmark   1094

    Spreadsheet at Mediafire
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #80 on: April 25, 2018, 20:02 »
    Nice surprise. Seeing Hakkie2 has Hodeg that's probably as good as it gets. I definitely enjoy my 15 minutes on the podium.
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #81 on: May 11, 2018, 14:23 »
    Update 8

    We've had two slow weeks, with the highest score being 100 points and only some minor movement in the ranking. Highest scorer was Squire scoring with rare picks Hermann Pernsteiner (42 points), Cees Bol (30 points) and Cristian Raileanu (24 points). Second highest scorer snccdcno finished only 3 points behind, he is the only other person with Pernsteiner, the rest of his points came from Eddie Dunbar and unique pick Amine Galdoune. DJW rounds out the podium, mainly thanks to unique pick Michael Storer being this update's highest scoring rider.

    As I wrote, we only see some minor movement, search and snccdcno are the biggest movers, climbing 3 spots. Search has Cristian Raileanu as well as Nelson Soto and unique pick Jonas Vingegaard.

    Overall, the top-4 stays the same but rote_lanterne makes up 60 points on leader Hakkie2. MADRAZO climbs 2 spots to 5th and search jumps into the top-10 from 11th place.

    Highest scorers
    1   Squire   100
    2   snccdcno   97
    3   DJW   84
    4   rote_lanterne   73
    5   search   62
    6   Wallenquist   59
    7   torcia_86   57
    7   Amis Velo   57
    9   monsieur_hulot   56
    10   Joelsim   54

    Highest movers
    1   search   +3
    1   snccdcno   +3
    3   MADRAZO   +2
    4   the_asian   +1
    4   DJW   +1
    4   Kazistuta   +1
    4   monsieur_hulot   +1

    Overall
    1   =   Hakkie2   1442
    2   =   rote_lanterne   1397
    3   =   TheArt   1228
    4   =   Trudgin   1197
    5   +2   MADRAZO   1187
    6   -1   fauniera   1182
    7   -1   Josedin   1172
    8   +3   search   1155
    9   -1   comodoro   1130
    10   =   skidmark   1127

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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #82 on: May 24, 2018, 18:57 »
    Update 9: Battles on many fronts
    Brandon McNulty, Valentin Madouas, Marc Hirschi and Cees Bol are the main scorers in this update. McNulty showed his talent climbing with the best in California, Madouas scored a top-10 finish in 4 Jours de Dunkerque (which is actually a 6-day race). Hirschi impressed in Tour de l'Ain with a 4th place, and Bol got 2nd behind Bouhanni in GP Marcel Kint.

     Those with a combination of these names are in luck: they've had a good two weeks. Interestingly, no one appears to have more than 2 of them (unless I've missed someone). Of the four, McNulty is most popular, appearing on 15 teams, with Madouas, Hirschi and Bol on 7, 7 and 6 teams respectively.
    LosBrolin is this update's highest scorer, but it was a close match. He scored with McNulty and Madouas, as well as with Conci, Fabbro and Halvorsen. TheArt is the 2nd highest scorer, only 3 points behind LosBrolin. He has Madouas and Bol and added points from Powless and rare pick Van Schip (3 picks). Third highest scorer is torcia_86 with McNulty, Madouas, Van Schip and Halvorsen scoring points.

    LosBrolin managed to climb 8 spots thanks to his great score, and he now sits in 6th position overall. 2nd highest scorer is the_asian, who only finished 1 point away from the top-3 in the highest scorers ranking this update. He combines points from McNulty, Hirschi, Halvorsen and rare picks Aurélien Paret-Peintre and William Barta. 3rd highest scorer torcia_86 is also the 3rd highest mover in this update.

    Overall, we see that rote_lanterne pushes Hakkie2 from the top spot, but the difference is only slight: 5 points. TheArt remains 3rd, LosBrolin and the_asian leap into the top-10. Of course, this also means some players fall out of the top-10 - skidmark drops from 10th to 12th, and search tumbles 8 positions to 16th.

    Highest scorers
    1   LosBrolin   206
    2   TheArt   203
    3   torcia_86   192
    4   the_asian   191
    5   MADRAZO   166
    6   Josedin   165
    7   rote_lanterne   162
    8   Squire   159
    9   Roubaix   132
    10   Jon Ezeitza   131

    Highest movers
    1   LosBrolin   8
    2   the_asian   6
    3   torcia_86   5
    4   Jon Ezeitza   3
    5   Josedin   2

    Overall Ranking
    1   +1   rote_lanterne   1559
    2   -1   Hakkie2   1554
    3   =   TheArt   1431
    4   +1   MADRAZO   1353
    5   +2   Josedin   1337
    6   +8   LosBrolin   1314
    7   +6   the_asian   1302
    8   -4   Trudgin   1297
    9   -3   fauniera   1283
    10   -1   comodoro   1260

    Spreadsheet at Mediafire

    Also, it may be interesting to look at the collective wisdom teams I put together at the start of the season:

    Team 1 was the most popular team possible, but 70 points under budget: (Rider - Points 2017 - Points 2018)
    HALVORSEN Kristoffer   151   116
    SIVAKOV Pavel   142   72
    JAKOBSEN Fabio   118   339
    PHILIPSEN Jasper   107   134
    RIABUSHENKO Aliaksandr   96   54
    PADUN Mark   73   88
    WELTEN Bram   56   96
    MCNULTY Brandon   35   187
    CIMA Imerio   35   0
    CARBONI Giovanni   28   10
    COSTA Adrien   27   0
    HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose   26   205
    DAVIES Scott   26   44
    BARCELO ARAGON Fernando   14   21
    PIDCOCK Thomas   0   2

    Team 2 was the 2nd most popular option, with Yssaad instead of Barcelo, coming in at exactly 1000 points:
    HALVORSEN Kristoffer   151   116
    SIVAKOV Pavel   142   72
    JAKOBSEN Fabio   118   339
    PHILIPSEN Jasper   107   134
    RIABUSHENKO Aliaksandr   96   54
    YSSAAD Yannis   80   6
    PADUN Mark   73   88
    WELTEN Bram   56   96
    MCNULTY Brandon   35   187
    CIMA Imerio   35   0
    CARBONI Giovanni   28   10
    COSTA Adrien   27   0
    HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose   26   205
    DAVIES Scott   26   44
    PIDCOCK Thomas   0   2

    Team 3 was tied with team 2 as the 2nd most popular option, with Barcelo instead of Carboni, for a total of 986 points:
    HALVORSEN Kristoffer   151   116
    SIVAKOV Pavel   142   72
    JAKOBSEN Fabio   118   339
    PHILIPSEN Jasper   107   134
    RIABUSHENKO Aliaksandr   96   54
    YSSAAD Yannis   80   6
    PADUN Mark   73   88
    WELTEN Bram   56   96
    MCNULTY Brandon   35   187
    CIMA Imerio   35   0
    COSTA Adrien   27   0
    HODEG CHAGUI Alvaro Jose   26   205
    DAVIES Scott   26   44
    BARCELO ARAGON Fernando   14   21
    PIDCOCK Thomas   0   2
          
    Obviously, these teams are very close together in their 2018 score, as there is a lot of overlap, and neither Barcelo, nor Carboni, nor Yssaad is having a stellar season.. But... while all 3 teams would be 4th overall if they were included, the most popular team, team 1, does marginally better than the other 2 :)
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    Re: Youth CQ Ranking Game 2018
    « Reply #83 on: May 24, 2018, 19:53 »
    Thanks for the update, Flo. Nice surprise, it's the first time I lead any of the non seasonal CQ games.  :)
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