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adVantageRank. Provide meaningful ABILITY based System. Promote more competition. FUN. The new U.S.R.A. Ranking Program. Promote cross country travel. Promote games between visitors. Promote USRA and state growth. Promote the growth of racquetball – our great sport. Ranking Concerns.

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Provide meaningful ABILITY based System

  • Promote more competition

FUN

The new U.S.R.A. Ranking Program

  • Promote cross country travel

  • Promote games between visitors

  • Promote USRA and state growth

  • Promote the growth of racquetball – our great sport


Ranking concerns

Ranking Concerns

How do players move in this system?

Points system Vs. Double Jump

What happens when?

  • I defeat a better player than my previous best win?

  • I defeat a player better than me but not as good as my previous best win?

  • Are men and women ranked together?

  • How are age groups handled?

  • Is a state B player a national B player?

  • Benefits (for all) of player traveling out of state.

  • Are leagues good or bad to rank nationally?

  • How are forfeits handled?

  • Defeating a player that beat you?

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The points system

The Points System

The Conventional Ranking System

Questions


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Point System

Scenario

  • #44 Wayne defeats # 24 Jim (140 points difference)

  • Wayne gets 17 points & 25 bonus points to 1742

  • Jim loses 17 points to 1823

  • Jim now at just above #27 Bret

Jim protests moving below Jody & Thomas

Wayne still has to beat Jim 4 more times to pass him

Difference in points: 140 Points Exchanged: 17

Difference in points: 81 Points Exchanged: 14

Difference in points: 53 Points Exchanged: 14

Difference in points: 25 Points Exchanged: 11

Difference in points: 3 Points Exchanged: 8

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The Double Jump System

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Double jump system

Double Jump System

  • Upward movement occurs when:

    • Player defeats a player of higher ranking

    • Player can move up to their highest previous win in one jump

  • No upward movement when:

    • Player defeats another of lower ranking

    • Player loses a match

    • Player’s last best win was the same as their present ranking

  • No limit on amount of movement each win.

    • Ability driven

    • Time dependant – eliminates movement due to fluke wins

    • Loser goes down a maximum of 1 position

  • Dynamic System – Results can be submitted late. System recalculates from oldest match

    Players very quickly rise through the rankings to the ability level

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    Cross country out of state travel benefits

    Cross Country (Out of State) Travel Benefits

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    Cross Country (Out of State) Travel Benefits

    Traveler, Tim plays in an out of state tournament

    Local player is Dave

    Tim defeats Dave and another even better player at this tournament

    Bill is the top player in the state with little chance of moving up the national rankings as he does not travel out of state.

    Tim moved up nationally due to his two wins

    Bill will now be able to move up nationally if he can once again defeat Tim.

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    Cross Country (Out of State) Travel Benefits

    Traveler, Tim plays in an out of state tournament

    Local player is Dave

    Tim defeats Dave and another even better player at this tournament

    Bill is the top player in the state with little chance of moving up the national rankings as he does not travel out of state.

    Tim moved up nationally due to his two wins

    Bill will now be able to move up nationally if he can once again defeat Tim.

    Questions


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    Cross Country (Out of State) Travel Benefits

    Traveler, Tim plays in an out of state tournament

    Local player is Dave

    Tim defeats Dave and another even better player at this tournament

    Bill is the top player in the state with little chance of moving up the national rankings as he does not travel out of state.

    Tim moved up nationally due to his two wins

    Bill will now be able to move up nationally if he can once again defeat Tim.

    Questions


    What is a b

    What is a B?

    Is a state B the same as a National B?

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    Men s and women s rankings combined or separate

    Men’s and Women’s RankingsCombined or Separate?


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    What do you use for the “Official Rankings of the USRA?

    What do you use to calculate the rankings?

    Kerry wants to play in men’s events and wants the results to count for the rankings.

    Some other women also want this but others do not want to play men.

    - Kerry defeats Tom and then Dave

    - Kerry moves ahead of Tom thus passing all of the women

    Questions


    Age categories closed or combined

    Age CategoriesClosed or Combined?


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    Ranking questions

    Ranking Questions

    • How do I get an initial ranking?

    • How do I move up the ranking system?

    • How fast can I move up in ranking?

    • What happens if I lose to a more poorly ranked player?

    • What happens if I am a junior and play in both junior and other divisions?

    • Are there separate rankings for both men and women?

    • If I play in 35’s, how will my results be scored?

    • Will I be able to see how I rank against just the players in my state?.

    • How will we be able to see our rankings?

    Questions


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    Go To Draw

    Go To Win Lose


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    Cross Country (Out of State) Travel Benefits

    Traveler, Tim plays in an out of state tournament

    Local player is Dave

    Tim defeats Dave and another even better player at this tournament

    Bill is the top player in the state with little chance of moving up the national rankings as he does not travel out of state.

    Tim moved up nationally due to his two wins

    Bill will now be able to move up nationally if he can once again defeat Tim.

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    Cross Country (Out of State) Travel Benefits

    Traveler, Tim plays in an out of state tournament

    Local player is Dave

    Tim defeats Dave and another even better player at this tournament

    Bill is the top player in the state with little chance of moving up the national rankings as he does not travel out of state.

    Tim moved up nationally due to his two wins

    Bill will now be able to move up nationally if he can once again defeat Tim.

    Questions


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    Ranking Concerns

    How do players move in this system?

    Points system Vs. Double Jump

    What happens when?

    • I defeat a better player than my previous best win?

    • I defeat a player better than me but not as good as my previous best win?

    • Are men and women ranked together?

    • How are age groups handled?

    • Is a state B player a national B player?

    • Benefits (for all) of player traveling out of state.

    • Are leagues good or bad to rank nationally?

    Questions


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    What do you use for the “Official Rankings of the USRA?

    What do you use to calculate the rankings?

    Kerry wants to play in men’s events and wants the results to count for the rankings.

    Some other women also want this but others do not want to play men.

    - Kerry defeats Tom and then Dave

    - Kerry moves ahead of Tom thus passing all of the women

    Questions


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    League Play

    Questions


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    Win lose entry program

    Win - Lose Entry Program


    Start new tournament

    Start New Tournament


    Match entry screen

    Match Entry Screen

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    Round of 32

    15 – 6 10 – 15 11 - 8


    Match edit screen

    Match Edit Screen


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    Match Entry Screen

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    Round of 32

    15 – 6 10 – 15 11 - 8


    Player edit screen

    Player Edit Screen


    Match entry screen2

    Match Entry Screen

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    Round of 32

    15 – 6 10 – 15 11 - 8


    Player report

    Player Report


    Reports

    Reports

    • National

      • Men - Skill and Age Categories

      • Women - Skill and Age Categories

      • Junior Boys – Age Categories

      • Juniors Girls – Age Categories

  • State

    • Men - Skill and Age Categories

    • Women - Skill and Age Categories

    • Junior Boys – Age Categories

    • Juniors Girls – Age Categories

  • Individual

    • Present ranking & previous on membership record

    • Personal player history of all matches and ranking movement


  • Player history

    Player History


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    Online Sanctioning

    USRA

    Tournament Director

    Submits Tournament For Sanctioning

    State Director

    Approves or Not


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    Membership

    Verification

    OK?

    Process

    Ranking

    Yes

    No

    Return to State

    For Correction

    USRA

    Download Program

    Draw is Processed

    (Offline)

    Players with Ranking

    Returned to State

    Request For Tournament

    A

    B

    C

    $

    Submit Entry Form

    Player Registration

    At State

    Merge with registration at AI

    Go To End


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    Match entry screen3

    Match Entry Screen

    Mar 10 2003

    SMB

    Abercrombie

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    Round of 32

    15 – 6 10 – 15 11 - 8


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