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STANDINGS AFTER FIRST EVENT:

Ställningar i touren efter 3 tävlingar

KAYAK ANGLER OF THE YEAR
The Kayakstore.se Kayak Angler of the Year regular-season standings are determined
by a system that awards points based on final standings in the four tour events.


For the 2-day competitions:
The system awards 300 points to the winner of each tournament, with a five-point decrease per position through fifth place,
which recieves 280 points. There is a four-point decrease from sixth (276) to 10th (260); a three-point decrease per
position from 11th place (257) to 15th (245); and a two-point decrease per position from 16th place through the rest of the field.


For the 1-day competitions:
The system awards 200 points to the winner of each tournament, with a five-point decrease per position through fifth place,
which receives 180 points. There is a four-point decrease from sixth (176) to 10th (160); a three-point decrease per position from
11th place (157) to 15th (145); and a two-point decrease per position from 16th place through the rest of the field.


Bonus System:
For 2-day events you can earn a 5-point bonus as the leader of a competition day. 5 points will also be given for the “final day”.
A maximum of 10 points will be given out on a 2-day event. This can be earned on the event at Lake Boren and Lake Vikarn.
For a 2-day event you can earn 2-points if you finish both comp days with a full paper.
Full paper meaning, 3 registered fish of each species, in total 6 fish. This will then count to you AOY total.
This can be earned on the event at Lake Boren and Lake Vikarn.
For a 2-day event you can earn 1 point for longest registered fish per species.
That means you can earn 1 point for your AOY standing if you have for example the longest Perch or Pike during a comp.
This can be earned on the event at Lake Boren and Lake Vikarn.
At the 1-day events you can earn 2 points for having a full paper during that comp day. In total 6 fish, 3 from both species.
This will be added to your AOY standing. This can be earned at Lake Edslan and Lake Glan.
At the 1-day events you can earn 1 point for longest registered fish per species.
That means you can earn 1 point for your AOY standing if you have for example the longest Perch or Pike during a comp.
This can be earned at Lake Edslan and Lake Glan.
An Angler must measure a legal fish to register for A.O.Y. points, and those who don’t are awarded 0 points for the tournament.
Anglers who finish in a tie receive points based on a formula that adds points of the affected positions and divided
the total by the number of anglers tied for the position. The resulting number represents the number of points awarded
to each angler in a tie.