Continuous National Ranking

The purpose of the Continuous National Ranking (CNR) is to provide a system for ranking athletes based on performances at multiple levels of domestic, continental and world competitions. The CNR calculation will remain consistent from season to season and is the base framework for athlete selections.

CURRENT CNR Rankings – Updated May 9, 2022

CNR BOULDER – Female                                       CNR BOULDER – Male

CNR LEAD – Female                                               CNR LEAD – Male

CNR COMBINED – Female                                     CNR COMBINED – Male

CNR SPEED – Female                                             CNR SPEED – Male

The CNR was created in an extensive collaboration/consultation with the following groups:

  • Athlete Commission
  • PTSO reps
  • HP Committee
  • Sport Partners (Own The Podium, Sport Canada)

CEC performed a detailed analysis of IFSC and Domestic Results over the 2016-2020 seasons. This historical data was used to understand and account for the factors that affect results at each level (strength of field, size of field and level of competition). The resulting CNR calculation includes these factors in order to best represent relative performances.

The CNR includes results from the events below:

    • CEC National Events (CEC Competitions and HPP Competitions)
    • Continental Events (IFSC Pan Am Series, North American Cup Series)
    • International Events (IFSC World Cups, World Championships, Youth World Championships)
    • Major Games (Olympics and Pan American Games)

Athlete Rankings are updated in real time following each event and will change throughout each competition season. This provides the following benefits:

  • Easier to understand (only 1 system that remains consistent from season to season)
  • Allows for more movement within HP program providing opportunity for more athletes
  • Discourages athlete complacency while encouraging positive internal competition in HP program
  • Provides multiple entry points to HP program

Amendments to CNR

CEC has made amendments to the CNR as a result of the disruptions to the 2021 competition season and analysis of 2021 International results. Below is a Summary of the amendments contained in the CNR doc.

A summary of the Amendments contained in All High Performance Program docs is available here.

Full amended CNR doc found here.

Summary of CNR Amendments

Overview

  • Addition of Definitions

Calculation of the Continuous National Ranking

  • Amendments to Expiration of Points and Event Limits.
  • Amendments and Clarification to Size of Field, Points Cut-Offs and Strength of Field Calculations.
  • Amendments to Combined CNR Calculations.

Position Points Tables and Example CNR Calculations

  • All points tables and example calculations moved to New Section at End of document for increased readability in upper sections.

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While we are half way through our Speed World Cup season, our Bouldering World Cup season came to an end this week as we also started our Lead World Cup season.
As a Nation, Canada finished 13th out of 48 ranked countries in bouldering.
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Guy McNamee 41st
Sean McColl 45th
Babette Roy 61st
Indiana Chapman 65th
Oscar Baudrand 66th
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Emi Takeshita 103rd
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While we are half way through our Speed World Cup season, our Bouldering World Cup season came to an end this week as we also started our Lead World Cup season.
As a Nation, Canada finished 13th out of 48 ranked countries in bouldering.
Below are our final world ranking results in Bouldering for the 2022 season (overall, there are 150 ranked women, and 153 ranked men)
Alannah Yip 30th
Victor Baudrand 32nd
Madison Fischer 37th
Guy McNamee 41st
Sean McColl 45th
Babette Roy 61st
Indiana Chapman 65th
Oscar Baudrand 66th
Evangelina Briggs 72nd
Lucas Uchida 87th
Rebecca Frangos 89th
Emi Takeshita 103rd
Paige Boklaschuk 111th
Lia Wieckowski 136th
Zachary Richardson 140th
Ivan Luo and Ethan Hoffman unranked
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Thank you @boulderhallee4 for the amazing session and the new comp boulders! We had a ton of fun and are ready to go for the Innsbruck Boulder World Cup next week 😈

Merci @boulderhallee4 pour la super seance et pour les nouveaux bloc de competitions! Nous avons ou beaucoup de fun et nous sommes prêt pour la prochaine coup du monde à Innsbruck la semaine prochaîne.
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