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Indoor Series Standings

Final standings

  1. John Godina
1230 points
21.83m
  2. Adam Nelson 21.66m 1220
  3. Reese Hoffa 21.62m 1218
  4. Bershawn Jackson 45.70 1209
  5. Allen Johnson 7.51 1208
  6. Jason Smoots 6.53 1194
  7. Walter Davis 17.31m 1189
  8. Joel Brown 7.60 1181
  9. Tim Broe 7:44.87 1171
  10. Derek Miles 5.70m 1168
  11. Leonard Scott 6.59 1162
  12. Miguel Pate 8.16m 1160
  13. Brad Walker 5.65m 1153
  14. Rob Myers 3:58.83 1151
  15. Mardy Scales 6.61 1151
  
  1. Angela Daigle
1203 points
7.09
  2. Erin Gilreath 24.46m 1199
  3. Danielle Carruthers 7.95 1197
  4. Dee Dee Trotter 52.01 1184
  5. Muna Lee 7.19 1174
  6. Sarah Schwald 8:54.42 1168
  7. Shayne Culpepper 8:55.57 1164
  8. Lauren Fleshman 15:35.25 1159
  9. Hazel Clark 2:01.98 1155
  10. Jen Toomey 4:13.25 1150
  11. Alice Schmidt 2:04.52 1110
  12. Amber Antonia 12:55.69 1090
  13. Stacy Dragila 4.48m 1079
  14. Rose Richmond 6.44m 1074
  15. Nolle Graham 6.39m 1063
  16. Gwen Wentland 1.88m 1063

 

How the point system works

During USA Track & Field's 2005 Indoor Visa Championship Series, American athletes will compete not only for more than $1 million in prize and promotional money, they will also be racing toward a combined $100,000 jackpot and other prizes for the Visa Championship.

The male and female athlete with the top overall performance in the 2005 Visa Championship Series will be named Visa Champion, each receiving $25,000 and a trip to a premier Visa-sponsored event.

Crowning the Visa Champion

The top American male finisher and top American female finisher in each event of the Visa Championship Series, including the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships, will have their performances assigned a point total based on the IAAF Scoring Tables of Indoor Athletics. The athlete whose performance has the highest point total at the end of the Visa Championship Series will be named the Visa Champion.

Although the top performance can come at any of the Visa Championship Series meets, an athlete must compete at the USA Indoor Championships in order to be named Visa Champion. Athletes competing on the high school or college level are not eligible.

Ties will be broken by determining which tied athlete had the best mark at the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships, based on the IAAF Scoring Tables of Indoor Athletics. If a tie still exists, it will be broken by a coin toss.

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