My ranking took a big hit with 15.2. I really needed to somehow get through those 14s, but wasn’t close. Down to about 18,102 out of 120,281 of men worldwide for top 15%. Close to my goal of top 14%, but a big drop from 9% after week 1.
Not really that big. 🙂
I was confused by some numbers from 2014, so I went back and looked at the leaderboard and my posts. Looks in the past I’ve calculated percentile placing based on total number of people who have posted at least one score in the Open. But I’m not really sure how the # of men would go down each week, it could only increase. Maybe they have pulled people off the leaderboard in past years. It’s kind of weird. Makes a lot more sense though that I would have calculated like this because so many people drop out each week and the lower ranked folks are the ones more likely to not post a score, which would severely affect my place. So After 15.2 I was really 18,102 out of 140,650 men (see, the # went up from 136k in week 1) who have posted at least one score, not 120k who have posted a score for all workouts. That’s top 12.8% instead of 15% which is a pretty major difference. I’ll have to keep an eye on the leaderboard as the last few weeks go by.
Really hoping this is just a scare tactic and not a hint at pistols since I can’t do any or my right leg with the quad issue. I’d be able to get 1 rep on the left leg, but that’s probably it. I guess if they do program pistols I’ll have to try it out, but I’m not going to risk making it worse. Looking forward to watching Foucher in the announcement tonight; she is one of my favorite female CrossFitters.
After getting up this morning I went straight out to the garage for some active recovery. So nice to my Air Dyne back. Weather is warming up and didn’t even need to use a heater today.
Went 18.53km at an easy steady pace.