Minnesota Inline Grand Prix Standings After St. Paul

 

Four events of the Minnesota Inline Grand Prix (MIGP) have been completed.  The remaining events include the two final nights of the Summer Inline Series (Wednesday nights at the Oval), Rollin’ On the River in Grand Forks, and the North Shore Inline Marathon.  Full rules and information about the MIGP are below, as are the current standings.  Please let me know if you see any issues.

Current Standings After St. Paul:

First Name Last Name Total Points # of Races AIIM R4R CHI MNH
Michael Mullery 3686 4 890 928 907 962
Daniel Collins 3531 4 891 887 816 937
Earl Kendall 3523 4 890 814 894 924
Drew Negangard 3164 4 762 763 807 832
Elias Hendrickson 2950 3 969 990 992
Darril Otto 2859 3 893 979 987
Conrade Thomas 2838 3 894 969 975
Jeff Terwilliger 2836 3 894 959 983
Tucker Vincent 2789 3 937 938 914
Josiah Hendrickson 2751 3 937 948 866
John Schulte 2721 3 891 876 954
Tavis Trosen 2622 3 837 894 891
Tracy White 2601 3 784 918 899
Greg Miller 2491 3 770 835 887
Gary Davis 2356 3 780 753 824
Randall Landucci 2268 3 740 722 807
Bob Gerhard 2267 3 697 742 828
Michael Chonarzewski 2156 3 627 726 803
Kelin Dunfee 2000 2 1000 1000
Steffen Howard 1996 2 1000 996
Garrett Schure 1907 3 600 619 689
Alexander VanDuyne 1858 2 891 966
Darrell Hauge 1851 3 582 546 723
Michael Olson 1841 2 892 950
Sara Rehklau 1833 2 854 979
Alison Talley 1831 3 444 639 748
Alex Fedak 1826 2 969 857
Matt Robinson 1820 2 891 929
Mark Christianson 1815 2 907 908
Melissa Dahlmann 1814 2 856 958
Herb GAYLE 1808 2 892 916
Torrie Enget 1800 2 897 903
Dino Musielewicz 1786 2 866 920
Adam Johnson 1775 2 864 912
Hannah Vanasse 1748 2 853 895
Kyle Stilling 1738 3 603 568 567
Ryan Mullery 1684 2 843 840
Sami Banat 1667 2 863 804
Giorgia Birkeland 1637 2 853 784
Christopher Nelms 1637 2 784 853
Anthony Anderson 1634 2 760 874
Stephen Larios 1599 2 737 861
Michael Johnson 1580 2 732 849
Duane Wagner 1574 2 738 836
Christopher Olson 1560 2 691 870
Paul Foss 1559 2 680 878
Tim Pothen 1551 2 732 819
Gary Yanagita 1454 2 660 794
Jeffrery Steltz 1441 2 701 739
Lacey Sagada 1427 2 649 777
Ted Minobe 1407 2 737 670
Axel Leopold 1404 2 631 773
SCOTT MATTSON 1388 2 627 761
Emily Bos 1378 2 588 790
Jadah Clayton 1368 3 420 464 485
Howard Anderson 1318 2 608 710
kent kosobayashi 1285 2 567 718
Blaine Ruggles 1241 2 607 634
Paul Holte 1231 3 458 320 454
Dan Rooney 1189 2 538 651
Jana Davis 1179 3 405 392 382
Taylor Stehlik 1146 2 515 630
Adam Bradley 1119 2 505 613
Jeffrey Wernicke 1101 2 537 564
Mike Miller 1034 2 425 609
John Glowaski 1029 2 529 500
Leah Lynch 1017 2 460 557
Steve Meisinger 1000 1 1000
Scott Rohlik 987 2 474 513
Auggie Herman 971 1 865 794 971
Patrick Olson 963 2 412 550
Jim Lynch 956 2 461 495
Peter Fenter 945 1 945
Tommy Peterson 941 1 941
Hernan Diaz 938 1 938
Sarah Krueger 938 2 526 412
Todd Schneider 933 1 933
Daniel Uribe 914 1 914
James Mckee 898 1 898
Kimon Papahadjopoulos 894 1 894
Randy Plett 894 1 894
Robert Motta 892 1 892
Brian Geisel 891 1 891
Greg Major 891 1 891
Doug McDonald 891 1 891
Brian Holtan 891 1 891
Paul OHearn 891 1 891
John Sherwin 890 1 890
Tim Cerling 887 2 403 485
Tim Bliek 882 1 882
Brian Oswald 882 1 882
Ben Hall 878 1 878
Ryan McGee 865 1 865
BRENT LEAMAN 865 1 865
Chad Wilson 863 1 863
David Eaton 863 1 863
Hannah Banasse 845 1 845
David Swan 845 1 845
Tyler Cain 840 1 840
Mike Ward 837 1 837

 

 

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2019 Minnesota Inline Grand Prix

 

The Minnesota Inline Grand Prix Series (hereinafter “MIGP” or “Grand Prix”) is a fun and friendly way to compare yourself to other inline skaters.  The Grand Prix seeks to maintain and increase participation in the sport of inline speedskating.  The MIGP scores your performance against fellow skaters throughout the inline season.  Skaters four best races will count toward their final standings.  Full rules can be found below.  The inline events that will make up the 2019 Minnesota Inline Grand Prix are the following:

2019 Minnesota Inline Grand Prix Events

One item not on the poster, but included in the 2019 MIGP, is the Wednesday night Summer Inline Series at the Oval.  This season, the final point totals for the summer long racing league will be counted as an event in the MIGP.


How the series works:

1. The Minnesota Inline Grand Prix (MIGP) series in run by InlineSkateMpls LLC and is free. Money is not exchanged or distributed in any way, nor is money earned from this series.  This series is independent of the races, and the races are independent of the series.  Being in the MIGP series does not include entry into any races in the series.  You must be a registered entrant in an event to be awarded MIGP points. You do not need to register for the MIGP series; if you participate in one of the above races, you may be in the series.

2.  Scoring:

    • Marathon:  Points are awarded based on an event’s official times (to the extent they are deemed accurate by InlineSkateMpls).  The first place MIGP skater in each race will score 1,000 points.  All others earn points based upon the percentage of time back of the first place finisher.  Points are awarded without regard to age division or sex.
    • Half Marathon, 10k, and shorter:  Skaters score points according to their finish place out of all racers.  The first MIGP skater in each race will score 1,000 points.  All others will score based upon the percentile in which the MIGP skaters finish such that the middle finisher will score 500 points.  The MIGP will presume a minimum of 75 entrants.  Points are awarded without regard to age division or sex. The Summer Inline Series will be scored in this category.

3. Only a skater’s 4 highest event scores will count.  Anyone racing in 4 or fewer races will have all of their scores included.

  • Skaters who do not compete in one of the first two events may or may not be included in future MIGP calculations.
  • Skaters do not change age divisions during the year.
  • Participants will be vying for the honor of being identified as the best and to make the prestigious Top 25.

4. While some events have both full & half marathons only the longest event will be counted in the Grand Prix totals.

5.  AF Rule: In the event of a tie at the top of the MIGP Final Standings, the following tie breakers will decide the overall winner: The skater with the Most Race Wins; if there is still a tie then: Of each skaters four scores that are counted toward each skaters point total, the skater with the lowest total amount of time behind the winner will be declared champion.  (Remember in a marathon more than one skater can score 1000 points).  If there is still a tie then Co-Champions are declared.

6. CE Rule: participants have two weeks from the posting of an event’s MIGP scores to contest the results.  After two weeks results are deemed final.

7. Obligatory legal clause:  All content provided on this blog is for informational purposes only. The owner of this blog makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. The owner will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. The owner will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information. All information on this site is subject to applicable copyright, trademark, and related intellectual property rights and may not be copied, used, taken, or otherwise infringed.  InlineSkateMpls reserves the right to modify the rules as need.  All decisions by Inlineskatempls, LLC are final.

Previous MIGP Winners:

2018: Kelin Dunfee and Melissa Dahlmann

2017: Steve Meisinger and Hannah (Hendrickson) Vanasse

2016: Kelin Dunfee and Hannah Hendrickson

2015: Kelin Dunfee and Kara (Peterson) Parker

2014: Steffan Howard and Kara (Peterson) Parker

2013: David Sarmiento and Kara Peterson

2012: David Sarmiento and Melissa Dahlmann

2011: David Sarmiento and Kara Peterson

2010:  Mike Anderson and Kara Peterson

2009: David Sarmiento and Kara Peterson

2008: Mike Anderson and Kara Peterson

Previous Seasons: