Klassementen en prijzen

Klassementen

Regels Jaarprijs en Jeugdjaarprijs

1 De deelnemers krijgen punten naar het Oostenrijkse systeem, op basis van het aantal Nederlandse deelnemers. Als 2 uit 3 aanwezig zijn op een wedstrijd zijn wordt dit bij het team geteld dat al in de lijst staat (bemanning - stuurman - zeilnummer).

2 Deze punten worden vermenigvuldigd met de factor voor het betreffende evenement zoals aangegeven op de wedstrijdkalender.

3 Het Nederlandse team dat over de wedstrijden, aan het eind van het seizoen, het hoogste aantal punten heeft behaald is winnaar van de jaarprijs. Het schitterende half-model waar al zo veel namen op staan.

Dit geldt ook voor de jeugd teams (t/m het jaar van 21) voor de jeugdjaarprijs.

4 Zijn er deelnemers met een gelijk aantal punten in de eind uitslag, dan worden de beste resultaten met elkaar vergeleken, meeste 1e, 2e etc. Is het dan nog steeds gelijk dan geldt het Dutch Open als doorslag gevend.

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DNB Cup

The DNB Cup is a competition for the FJ Class sailors from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. It was founded in 1971. The idea is to give the sailors form the named countries the possibility to match with each other during a whole sailing season at different places and under different sailing conditions. One important goal of the DNB Cup is to encourage sailors to visit races in the neighbor countries.
Keeping the goals in mind, these rules were developed to provide all competitors with an easily understandable and fair system.
After some definitions the point system and the calculation procedure are explained. At the end you find an example calculation.
Strictly speaking the rules are only the chapters definitions, point system and calculation. The rest is only given as background information or explanation.
Definitions
In the following a term is underlined if it refers to a definition in these rules.

Season
A sailing season starts on January 1st and ends on December 31st.

DNB Cup
Name of the competition and also the trophy awarded to the DNB Cup winner. DNB is an abbreviation for Deutschland-Nederland-Belgie.

DNB regatta
Each of the countries Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium is allowed to place two regattas for the DNB Cup. Each country has to inform the other countries about its two DNB regattas before the start of the season.

DNB ranking
Ranking of the boats that competed. Its calculation is described below. In the ranking shall be noted who sailed the boat during the single DNB regattas.

Total points
Total points of a boat in the DNB ranking, which is sorted according to these points (highest points first).

DNB Cup winner
Winner is the boat, which leads the DNB ranking at the end of a season. Honored with the DNB Cup shall be the helmsman and crew who are responsible for the largest fraction of total points.

Race
Individual race sailed during a DNB regatta.

Result
Points that are awarded to a boat for one DNB regatta.

Multiplicator (m)
Maximum number of results entering the DNB ranking from one DNB regatta.
Point System
The winner of a DNB regatta gets 100 points. The other sailors get a fraction of this 100 points according to their place.

P=100*(N+1-n)/N

Here P are the result, N is the number of competitors (number of boats that at least started once) and n is the place of the boat.

Calculation
For the DNB ranking the best 10 results of a boat are included. The number of results that can enter the DNB ranking per DNB regatta is the multiplicator. The multiplicator equals the number of races during a DNB regatta for one and two races. For three and more races the multiplicator (i) is three. The total points of a boat in the DNB ranking is the arithmetic mean of the 10 best results:

T=SUM(P*(i)/10)

Here T is the total points and P*(i) are the 10 best results. If a boat has less than 10 results the missing ones are filled with 0 points.

DNB Cup standings

Eregalerij winnaars