Personal Handicap Ratings - 2020 16 March 2020
Pos Helm Fleet Current Rating Change in year Pos 2019 Rating 2019 Total Results Datchet Change
                11  
1 Graham Scott Gold 20.08 0 1 20.08 72    
2 Rob Smith Gold 73.61 0 2 73.61 32    
3 Tom Hooton Gold 77.47 0 3 77.47 106    
4 Gary Langdown Gold 78.85 0 4 78.85 134    
5 Nick Noble Gold 89.76 0 6 89.76 92    
6 Simon Mussell Gold 91.23 -65.78 12 157 121 91.23 -65.78
7 Ed Presley Gold 94.01 14.11 5 79.9 108 94.01 14.11
8 Carl Tagoe Gold 119.22 0 8 119.2 73    
9 Tim Holden Gold 126.43 0 9 126.4 105    
10 Ben Holden Gold 127.26 0 10 127.3 118    
11 Stuart Jones Gold 144.85 27.47 7 117.4 149 144.85 27.47
12 Graeme Willcox Gold 153.99 0 11 154 14    
13 Richard Batten Gold 214.52 0 13 214.5 31    
14 Iain Horlock Gold 219.85 0 14 219.9 18    
15 Mike Murley-Hughes Gold 220.38 0 15 220.4 77    
16 Mark Watts Gold 221.96 0 16 222 9    
17 Adrian Smith Gold 254.17 0 17 254.2 24    
18 Richard Franks Gold 254.42 0 18 254.4 29    
19 Dave Evans Gold 277.81 0 19 277.8 14    
20 Dave Davies Gold 279.85 0 20 279.9 91    
21 Tony Brooks Gold 299.57 2.87 22 296.7 79 299.57 2.87
22 James Spikesley Gold 315.44 31.22 21 284.2 23 315.44 31.22
23 Neil Ferguson Gold 356.66 0 24 356.7 63    
24 Chris Boshier Gold 368.79 21.26 23 347.5 112 368.79 21.26
25 Peter Noble Silver 373.01 0 25 373 17    
26 Nick Curry Silver 388.64 0 26 388.6 31    
27 Keith Paul Silver 395.22 0 27 395.2 83    
28 Dave Adams Silver 425.57 0 29 425.6 6    
29 David Humphries Silver 432.85 0 30 432.9 2    
30 Richard Buttner Silver 435.21 0 31 435.2 46    
31 Ben Hawkes Silver 443.34 0 32 443.3 4    
32 Mick Pullin Silver 451.72 0 33 451.7 14    
33 Bill Hooton Silver 458.93 0 34 458.9 145    
34 Mike Rhodes Silver 462.3 0 35 462.3 13    
35 Paul Ross Silver 462.56 0 36 462.6 57    
36 Chris Howe Silver 467.86 71.32 28 396.5 85 467.86 71.32
37 Peter Dives Silver 473.96 0 37 474 101    
38 Tom Coley Silver 515.7 0 39 515.7 7    
39 Martin Jones Silver 525.95 18.32 38 507.6 88 525.95 18.32
40 Fiona Collins Silver 541.45 0 40 541.5 10    
41 Mark Hartley Silver 544.58 0 41 544.6 3    
42 Simon Dodds Silver 557.12 -77.13 46 634.3 5 557.12 -77.13
43 Rodger White Silver 577.65 0 42 577.7 211    
44 Cameron Barr Silver 593.75 0 43 593.8 1    
45 Tony Cook Silver 619.31 0 44 619.3 110    
46 Daniel Hollands Silver 622.78 0 45 622.8 3    
47 Liz Potter Silver 634.61 0 47 634.6 7    
48 Alan Mollatt Silver 660.01 0 48 660 70    
49 William Gould Bronze 690.48 0 49 690.5 3    
50 Malcolm Hall Bronze 695.22 0 50 695.2 32    
51 Ralph Drew Bronze 704.73 0 51 704.7 28    
52 James Daniels Bronze 738.03 6.61 52 731.4 3 738.03 6.61
53 Pete Giffen Bronze 751.67 0 53 751.7 7    
54 Oliver Goolden Bronze 760.87 0 54 760.9 1    
55 David Gautier Bronze 766.95 0 55 767 91    
56 Matt Murray-Downing Bronze 784.33 0 56 784.3 2    
57 William Govin Bronze 788.46 0 57 788.5 1    
58 John Mclean Bronze 796.9 0 58 796.9 6    
59 Paul Karas Bronze 798.88 0 59 798.9 9    
60 Graham Cooper Bronze 822 0 60 822 7    
61 Keith Le Page Bronze 824.57 0 61 824.6 10    
62 Paul Blackburn Bronze 847.83 0 62 847.8 1    
63 Sam Noble Bronze 875 0 63 875 2    
64 Steve Emby Bronze 875 0 64 875 2    
65 David Holt Bronze 875.7 0 65 875.7 10    
66 Paul Green Bronze 879.44 0 66 879.4 14    
67 Gerald Fitzgerald Bronze 880.77 0 67 880.8 4    
68 Chris Yates Bronze 882.53 0 68 882.5 6    
69 Pierce Cook Bronze 891.3 0 70 891.3 1    
70 Iain Jennings Bronze 893.21 3.23 69 890 6 893.21 3.23
71 Tom Goodey Bronze 900 0 71 900 1    
72 Rob Laingford-Wood Bronze 968.75 0 72 968.8 1    
73 Dave Burrell Bronze 969.99 0 73 970 3    
Notes Open Handicap Winners      
The handicap ratings are generated from the Travellers and Nationals results and shouldn't be taken at all seriously!!    
Datchet Simon Dodds  
A handicap score, not shown above, is calculated for each open attended.    
It's a proportion of finishing position to number of entries expressed in terms of a 1000. Most Improved Simon Dodds  
Score = 1000 / No of entries x (Position - 0.5). Highest Newcomer        
So if 1000 boats compete, each will have their finishing position minus 0.5 as the score
If 10 compete the winner will score 50. Second will be 150. 3rd 250, up to 10th at 950.
If 50 compete the winner will score 10. Second will be 30. 3rd 50 up to 50th who will be 990.
Therefore the better the result and the bigger the fleet then the lower the score for the open.
Then 10 points are deducted from the score for each helm beaten with a better, lower, handicap before the open.
The score is then used to calculate the handicap after an open.
The current rating is calculated by:-
    If the score for a meeting is less than the previous rating i.e. they have performed better than their previous rating,
    then half the difference between previous rating and the score is subtracted.
    If the score is worse than the previous rating i.e. performed worse than their previous rating, then quarter of the
    difference between previous rating and the score is added to the rating.
    Therefore the rating can go up quicker than down.
    There's also allowances made for not completing a meeting or having no finishes at all.
The sailor with the largest negative change is the handicap winner for the open.
Anyone with no results in the year gets archived off. If they reappear they continue from their last rating.