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David Thomas   • Racing Age: 35 • Category: 2

(aka "David Thomasen" )

Finish Breakdown

Career 12 months
Wins 4
Top 5% 4
Top 10% 6
Top 25% 10
Top 50% 15
Bottom 50% 4
DNF 1
DQ 0
Course Performance  ?
-5.6
-7
-4.6
-4.8
 ?

Top Nemeses

NemesesWinsLossesWin%Margin
Westley Richards 0 3 0 3
Timothy Hall 0 2 0 1
 ?

Top Victims

VictimsWinsLossesWin%Margin
Scott Smith 2 0 100 1
Anthony Williams 5 0 100 1.2
Michael Walters 4 0 100 2.5
Joseph Cross 4 0 100 3
Douglas Ahrens 4 0 100 5.5
Callum Ingram 3 0 100 8
Zach Lail 2 1 67 3.7
Zdenek Fiebinger 2 1 67 5
Timothy Beirne 2 1 67 5.7
Dan Lach 2 1 67 6.3
from the last months
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Points Scored - All Time?

Regions

NameRaces
Southeast10
North Central4
South Central2
Mid Atlantic4

Race History

2006 - 1 races
2007 - 1 races
2008 - 12 races
2009 - 16 races
2010 - 7 races
2011 - 2 races
2012 - 2 races
2013 - 5 races
2014 - 9 races
2015 - 19 races
2016 - 3 races
Race NameCategoryTeam NamePlaceRacersPointsUpg Pts*
Jan 5 US National Championships Day 1 Men Non-Championship 3039 26 64 358.52
Jan 8 US National Championships Day 4 Men Singlespeed DNF 133 577.31
Jan 9 US National Championships Day 5 Men Industry 36 81
Points (May 28 2016):332.11 Total: 21

Points in bold are being considered for the current points.
Points in italics are being ignored because they were your second race that day.
Green points are the best five races out of your last ten race days (within 12 months) -- the average of these are your current points.


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