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January 1, 2008 at 5:38 am #27831MacdaddyMember
I was just looking at the NBL website and I came across a points allotment table. In this table it shows that a regional race counts for single points for both a regional and national #. However, it states that a national result only counts for the national #. Is this right>? If so, when did this change? That would change things for some riders.January 1, 2008 at 5:44 am #54597MacdaddyMember
This was pasted directly from the NBL site under points.
NBL Points Allocation Chart
RACE EVENT POINTS EARNED LEAP /STATE / REGIONAL POINTS
Local Race Single points Single points
Local Double Point race Double points Double points
State Qualifiers race State points Double points
State Championships State points Triple points
Pre-National/Regional Race Triple points Triple points
Bob Warnicke Scholarship Race Quadruple points Quadruple points
Regional Race SingleRegional/National points Quadruple points
National Race Single National Points Quadruple points
NBL Grand National race Single National Points Quadruple points
US Open race Single Regional/National points Quadruple points
PresidentÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Cup race State points Quadruple State High pointsJanuary 1, 2008 at 2:44 pm #54599bmxmom156Member
i think what it means its worth different things depending on what you use the race for
such as a regional used for national points( you are allowed 2 correct) is single points
but if you use a regional for regional points its worth quadruple points.
if the chart you pasted is stretched out with the columns/ heading above it …it would make more sense.. i dont keep track of regional points anymore but i know in the past certain races like state and bob w were worth more than a local( double ?) and then championships were worth triple? something like that.
so a regional is worth different points depending on what you use it for… thats all. dosnt seem like anything has changed if i am reading it correctly.
i could be wrong though. call the nbl office tomorrow if you want to know for sure..
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