Unofficial Rankings for the US International Team Selection

Unofficial Rankings for the US 18 Meter Class
International Team Selection Method
for Selection Year 2003

There were 16 contestants in the 2003 Nationals.

Rankings for 2004, 2002, 2001, 2000, and 1999 are also available.



       Score   Name           2003     2002     2001    WGC'03   WGC'01
  1  100.0000 Ittner         1.0000   1.0000   1.0000   0.8055
  2   92.9779 Zimmerman      0.9186   0.8224   0.9419
  3   88.9190 Silva          0.8352   0.9477
  4   82.6457 Heath          0.8288   0.8239
  5   48.0577 Kelley         0.9242

6 47.4733 Tabery 0.9890 7 46.8114 Pate 0.9002 8 46.6824 Cundiff 0.5476 0.9725 9 46.3536 Mirza 0.8914 10 46.2091 Chaffee 0.9627 11 45.9923 Walters 0.9582 0.8703 12 45.9861 Bartell 0.9580 0.1329 13 45.6398 Garner 0.9508 14 45.1582 Bojack 0.8684 15 44.0773 Maleady 0.8476 16 43.6923 Gimmey 0.9103 17 43.2434 Findley 0.9009 18 41.9148 Smith 0.8732 19 41.7448 Athuil 0.8697 20 41.1464 Bourland 0.8572 21 40.8366 Fidler 0.8508 22 40.6321 Martin 0.8465 23 40.4090 Lubon 0.8419 24 40.2606 Volkmann 0.8388 25 39.6778 Gough 0.8266 26 39.1431 Byrne 0.7528 27 38.5303 Alexander 0.7236 0.8027 28 38.2711 Mueller 0.7973 29 37.3754 Willat 0.7188 30 36.9574 Macys 0.7699 31 36.6352 Oldershaw 0.7632 32 35.6077 Walsh 0.6848 33 34.8753 Langelaan 0.7266 34 34.4043 Giltner 0.7168 35 33.2805 Mcnamara 0.6400 36 31.8816 Pollard 0.6131 37 31.0891 Macaulay 0.6477 38 28.4493 Trist 0.5927 39 27.2471 Salkeld 0.5676 40 26.7821 Retting 0.5150 41 24.9295 Anderson 0.5194 42 18.2299 Hallerberg 0.3798 43 17.1171 Falbaum 0.3292 44 15.0891 Cripps 0.3144


The 52% contributing score is displayed in red bold, and the 48% contributing score is in blue italics.   The top 5 pilots, and pilots with scores greater than 90% of the top score, are eligible.

Unofficial relative scores for the mathematically possible 18 Meter Class contenders to win the place on the US Team in 2004 are available.


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