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MILE POINT

QUALIFYING SYSTEM

MILE POINT

QUALIFYING SYSTEM

Age-Group
Rankings

MILE POINT QUALIFYING SYSTEM

Starting in 2022, qualifying for the One Hundred® World Series finale will be a fairly straightforward process. The road to Gran Sasso can take one of three paths:

Earn a slot at one of the full-distance qualifiers held around the world by winning, or by placing high within your age group.
Race a minimum of 10 OneHundred® races for a chance at a “legacy” slot.
Be invited into the race, as is the case of celebrities, ambassadors, or the Physically Challenged Lottery (PCL).


The first year will be fully open. Enjoy the opportunity!

AGE GROUP RANKINGS, POWERED BY ACTIVE MILE POINTS

Each year, athletes generate mile points base on their performance at each race. At the end of the year, One Hundred® identifies those who have finished in the top 10 percent of their respective age group.

Age groups:

Under 29 years old
30 to 39 years old
40 to 49 years old
50 to 59 years old
Over 60 years old
PCL

Age-Group
Rankings

MILE POINT QUALIFYING SYSTEM

Starting in 2022, qualifying for the One Hundred® World Series finale will be a fairly straightforward process. The road to Gran Sasso can take one of three paths:

Earn a slot at one of the full-distance qualifiers held around the world by winning, or by placing high within your age group.
Race a minimum of 10 OneHundred® races for a chance at a “legacy” slot.
Be invited into the race, as is the case of celebrities, ambassadors, or the Physically Challenged Lottery (PCL).


The first year will be fully open. Enjoy the opportunity!

AGE GROUP RANKINGS, POWERED BY ACTIVE MILE POINTS

Each year, athletes generate mile points base on their performance at each race. At the end of the year, One Hundred® identifies those who have finished in the top 10 percent of their respective age group.

Age groups:

Under 29 years old
30 to 39 years old
40 to 49 years old
50 to 59 years old
Over 60 years old
PCL

Status

ATHLETES CAN ACHIEVE THE ONE HUNDRED® ELITE STATUS BY PARTICIPATING IN THE 100 MILES AND 100 KM CATEGORIES.

Mile points can be earned in any One Hundred® World Series qualifying races, as well as the finale.

There three levels on the One Hundred® Elite status:

Gold. Top 5 percent.
Silver. Top 10 percent.
Bronze. Top 15 percent.


NOTE:
As long as athletes complete one 100-mile or 100km race, they can also receive points for other One Hundred® events, such as special stage and/or others to be introduced in the future.

Status

ATHLETES CAN ACHIEVE THE ONE HUNDRED® ELITE STATUS BY PARTICIPATING IN THE 100 MILES AND 100 KM CATEGORIES.

Mile points can be earned in any One Hundred® World Series qualifying races, as well as the finale.

There three levels on the One Hundred® Elite status:

Gold. Top 5 percent.
Silver. Top 10 percent.
Bronze. Top 15 percent.


NOTE:
As long as athletes complete one 100-mile or 100km race, they can also receive points for other One Hundred® events, such as special stage and/or others to be introduced in the future.

Categories

ATHLETES MAY RANK IN THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

Overall AGR. Measures the athlete’s performance in both 100-mile and 100km races. As long as one 100-mile or 100km race is completed, all other events will count in the overall category.
OneHundred® 100-mile AGR. Scores only full-distance 100-mile races.
OneHundred® 100km AGR. Scores only 100km races.

 

How it works:

AGR mile points are calculated based on the athlete’s finish time behind the first finisher in their age group. Mile points continuously drop as the race duration increases until the points reach a “point floor” where they cannot drop any further.
An athlete’s mile points add up over the course of the calendar year. Although athletes can compete in as many 100-mile or 100km races as they want, and in all other events of their choosing, on December 31 st of each year only their highest three AGR point totals will count towards their Elite status.
Points are allocated to each race distance and calculated based on the athlete’s finish time behind their age group’s official first finisher.
There’s a value awarded to the minutes and seconds in each race distance. In a 100-mile race, points decrease at a rate of 1 mile points per 10 minutes. In a 100km race, these decrease by approximately 2 mile points per 15 minutes. Other races will decrease at a rate of 1 mile point per minute. Example: If you win a 100-mile race within your age group, you’re awarded 120 mile points. If you finish second by a minute behind the winner, you’re awarded 119 points.
Check out the final points minimum to see how many points you need in your age group to become an One Hundred® Elite status athlete.

Categories

ATHLETES MAY RANK IN THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

Overall AGR. Measures the athlete’s performance in both 100-mile and 100km races. As long as one 100-mile or 100km race is completed, all other events will count in the overall category.
OneHundred® 100-mile AGR. Scores only full-distance 100-mile races.
OneHundred® 100km AGR. Scores only 100km races.

 

How it works:

AGR mile points are calculated based on the athlete’s finish time behind the first finisher in their age group. Mile points continuously drop as the race duration increases until the points reach a “point floor” where they cannot drop any further.
An athlete’s mile points add up over the course of the calendar year. Although athletes can compete in as many 100-mile or 100km races as they want, and in all other events of their choosing, on December 31 st of each year only their highest three AGR point totals will count towards their Elite status.
Points are allocated to each race distance and calculated based on the athlete’s finish time behind their age group’s official first finisher.
There’s a value awarded to the minutes and seconds in each race distance. In a 100-mile race, points decrease at a rate of 1 mile points per 10 minutes. In a 100km race, these decrease by approximately 2 mile points per 15 minutes. Other races will decrease at a rate of 1 mile point per minute. Example: If you win a 100-mile race within your age group, you’re awarded 120 mile points. If you finish second by a minute behind the winner, you’re awarded 119 points.
Check out the final points minimum to see how many points you need in your age group to become an One Hundred® Elite status athlete.
EVENT
DISTANCE
MAX. MILE
POINTS
MIN. MILE
POINTS
DECLINE RATE * TIME TO FLOOR **
100 MILES 120 50 1 mile point
per 10 minutes
11 h 40'
100 KM 80 35 2 mile point
per 15 minutes
5 h 40'
         
* Rate at which points decrease, based on the finish-time behind the first finisher in each age group
** Time it takes for the first finisher to reach minimum points.
EVENT
DISTANCE
MAX. MILE
POINTS
MIN. MILE
POINTS
DECLINE RATE * TIME TO FLOOR **
100 MILES 120 50 1 mile point
per 10 minutes
11 h 40'
100 KM 80 35 2 mile point
per 15 minutes
5 h 40'
         
* Rate at which points decrease, based on the finish-time behind the first finisher in each age group

** Time it takes for the first finisher to reach minimum points.
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