SCF has worked with local cycling event companies like to Cycosports to introduce a new National Ranking and Points System with the intention of:


  • Increase opportunities for more winners and reasons to celebrate ;
  • Encourage participation in multiple events in any one local racing season ;
  • Complement SCF’s Athlete Selection Policy and thereby, ensure the athlete selection process for overseas competitions and Major Games remains robust and objective.

 

The National Ranking and Points System were reviewed at the end of the 2016 season with enhancements for the 2017 season. These include:


  • award for highest ranked Singaporean team/club
  • awards for highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s open categories
  • presentation of pink jerseys for the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s open categories
  • the award of points in regional competitions which Singaporeans / Singapore-based riders regularly participate in (Tour de Phuket, Tour de Barelang & Nongsa Challenge).

 

 

Prizes

At the end of the season, SCF shall award prizes to the highest ranked individuals* and team/club, as well as the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s open and highest ranked Singaporean in the women’s open categories and the highest ranked Singaporean team/club*.

 

In addition, the SCF may award prizes to riders according to their classification and may award a Points Leader’s jersey to both leaders of the individual and team classifications.

 

Details of the prize presentation award ceremony will be communicated by SCF to all winners after the final event for the season.

 

NOTE (*)

To qualify as the highest ranked Singaporean team/club, all top four (4) ranked Singaporean riders from that club must have at least 1 ranking point for the 2017 road series. In the event of a tie, only 1 prize (or trophy) will be awarded and this will have to be shared.

 

In the event of a tie in the individual categories, yellow jerseys will be presented to all the highest ranked athletes. As for the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s categories, pink jerseys will be awarded.

 

 

 

2017 Road Events

 

  # 

Date of Event

Event Name

Points

1

5-Feb

IM Criterium

Individual Points

2

17-19 Mar

Tour de Phuket

Points for final general classification

3

26-Mar

OCBC Cycle Team Time Trial Championships

Team points allocated to each rider

4

7-May

OCBC Cycle Individual Time Trial Championships

Individual Points

5

13-May

Tour de Barelang

Individual Points

6

21-May

OCBC Cycle National Championship 

Individual Points

7

1-Jul

OCBC Cycle Speedway Club & SEA Championship

Points per rider counting to individual ranking

8

27-Aug

Nongsa Challenge

Individual Points

 

 

Individual Ranking (Total of 10 ranking categories)

Individual rankings and points will be awarded in the following 10 road categories That is, sex (6) categories for men and five (4) categories for women.

 

Men's

Womens

Junior B (13 – 16 years)

 

Junior A (17 – 18 years)

Junior A (17 – 18 years)

Open (19 years and above)

Open (19 years and above)

Master (35 – 44 years)

Master (35 – 44 years)

Super Masters (45 – 54 years)

Super Masters (45 years and above)

Veterans (55 years and above)

 

 

 
No Points (No Licence Required Categories)

Men's

Women's 

Sport Open (15 years +)

Sport Open (15 years +) 

 

 

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2017 MTB Events

 

 #

Date

Event

Points

1

12-Feb

Jungle Cross (1)

Individual Points

2

12-Mar

E3Sports MTB (1)

Individual Points

3

23-Apr

Jungle Cross (2)

Individual Points

4

28-May

E3Sports MTB (2)

Individual Points

5

9-Jul

Jungle Cross (3)

Individual Points

6

23-Jul

OCBC Cycle National MTB Championships

Individual Points

7

13-Aug

Jungle Cross (4) Team Event

Points per rider counting to individual ranking

8

3-Sep

E3Sports MTB (3)

Individual Points

9

24-Sep

Jungle Cross (5)

Individual Points

10

12-Nov

Jungle Cross (6)

Individual Points

11

19-Nov

E3Sports MTB (3)

Individual Points

 

SCF MTB Categories

Licenced Categories that will receive national points.

Men's

 

Womens

 

   

Junior A (17 – 18 years)

 

(6) Junior A (17 – 18 years)

Open (19 years and above)

 

(7) Open (19 years and above)

Master (35 – 44 years)

 

(8) Master (35 – 44 years)

Super Masters (45 – 54 years)

 

(9) Super Masters (45 – 54 years)

All Mountain (Full Sus / FF >130mm)   (6) All Mountain (Full Sus / FF >130mm)
Cyclo-cross   (10) Cyclo-cross

Mixed (Male / Female)

 

(1) Junior B (13 – 16 years)

 

No Points (No Licence Required Categories)

Men's

Women's 

Sport Open (15 years +)

Sport Open (15 years +) 

 

 

 

 

Calculating Points - The Mechanics

 

Determining Age

Age is determined by the present year minus the year of birth of the competitor (i.e. 2017 minus 2000 is 17 years).

 

Overseas Races - Tour de Phuket, Tour de Barelang, Nongsa Challenge
All Singapore-based riders will be ranked according to their finish time, regardless of the race category (Cat 1,2 or 3) they participated in. They will then be grouped according to their SCF Age Category and ranked for the race. Points will be allocated to each SCF category that is defined to have national points and where the individual has a valid licence.

 

 

Resolving Ties

In the event of a tie in the final ranking, the rider with the greatest number of 1st places on the ranking of races in the current year shall take precedence. If there is still a tie, it will be resolved by the greatest number of 2nd places, then 3rd places etc, whatever the rider’s placing.

Only places for which SCF ranking points are allocated will be taken into consideration.

 

Team Ranking (Best Team and Best Singaporean Team)

The team rankings shall be obtained by adding together the points of their four (4) best placed riders in the individual rankings (across all road categories whether male or female) in the current year.

 

Resolving Ties

Ties between teams shall be resolved by counting up the greatest number of 1st places, 2nd places etc. This will be based on events organised/sanctioned by SCF in the current year and obtained by the team’s four (4) best riders on the individual rankings.

 

Determining Best Singaporean Team

The Best Singaporean team shall be obtained by adding together the points of their four (4) highest ranked Singaporean riders in the individual ranking in the current year.

 

Changing/Switching Teams

Riders are permitted to move and change team names during the season, however no transfer of individual rider points will be permitted to be brought forward to the new team during the season.