Current Power Rankings up to and including Mid-South, March 14, 2020

2020 Men

  Place Rider Points
  1

Payson McElveen

47200

  2

Colin Strickland

28320

  3

Mat Stephens

23332

  4

Jonathan Baker

18880

  5

Peter Stetina

16992

  6

Gordon Wadsworth

15104

  7

Dennis van Winden

13216

  8

Spencer Seggebruch

12300

  9

Rob Bell

11404

  10

Andrew Dillman

11328

  11

Matt Acker

9440

  12

John ShalekBriski

9010

  13

Dillon Caldwell

8200

  14

Scott Moninger

7380

  15

Mark Currie

6608

  16

Colin Noe

6560

  17

Zach Nehr

4920

  18

Ben Delaney

4720

  19

Lawrence Gibson

4100

  20

Austin Whittington

4050

  21

Ryan Currie

3776

  22

Kurt Dornhecker

3280

  23

Reid Foster

2870

  24

Chad Hodges

2460

  25

Andy Chasteen

2430

  26

Scott Williamson

2050

  27

Bryan Lewis

1888

  28

Collin Davis

1640

  29

Nick Gould

1620

  31

Michael Sencenbaugh

1296

  32

Evan Bybee

1230

  33

Cody Melton

1134

  34

Tom Harp

972

  35

Aston Haswell

820

  36

Joe Kleidosty

810

  37

Robb Finegan

648

  38

Ben Hokamp

567

  39

Jim Hansen

486

  40

Clint Westhoff

405

  41

Ed Husted

324

  42

Clayton Van Ekeren

243

  43

Bill Nagel

162

       
       

2020 Women

  Place Rider Points
  1

Hannah Finchamp

47200

  2

Amanda Nauman

28320

  3

Emily Newsom

20500

  4

Kristen Faulkner

18880

  5

Kae Takeshita

17640

  6

Lauren Stephens

16992

  7

Samantha Runnels

15104

  8

Amy Charity

13216

  9

kimberly pettit

12300

  10

Katie Strempke

11328

  11

Megan Barr

7552

  12

Kristen Legan

7380

  13

Abby ShalekBriski

7150

  14

Kelly Paduch

6608

  15

Maddie Woolley

6560

  16

Katie Kantzes

5938

  17

Sarah Moloney

5740

  18

Emily Mileski

5664

  19

Leigh Ann Fields

4920

  20

Melissa Monosoff

4100

  21

Risa Hustad

3776

  22

Carrie Bax

3280

  23

Nicole Pressprich

2870

  24

Michelle Hance

2832

  25

Casandra Cardoza

2460

  26

Sarah Startz

2050

  27

Hannah Glatter

1640

  28

Mary Jimenez

1620

  29

Christie Tracy

1458

  30

Jackie Chasteen

1296

  31

Kellie Nelson

1230

  32

Ashley Wolfe

1134

  33

Ariel Wyant

972

  34

Elizabeth Schuster

820

  35

Denise Freisberg

810


For 2020, the Pure Gravel Power Rankings will be updated after every qualifying event. The first big event will be Land run 100 The Mid South on March 14, in Stillwater Oklahoma, but there are two events that make the rankings before Mid South. First, The Texas Chainring Massacre kicks off the gravel year on Jan 24. They just missed the cut-off in 2019 by three riders. The second event will be Old Man Winter on Feb 9th in Colorado. This event is going to have a stacked field, and many will see it as the kick-off for the pro gravel circuit this year. 

The primary criteria for inclusion in the power rankings is a field size of 500 riders or more. This includes DNF's, but not DNS's. In 2019 this gave us 15 events. In 2020 we expect 22 (give or take). The events shown in outline are possible new events for 2020. We will not know till the result post which events make the cut. If we overlooked an event that qualifies, Please let us know!

HOW THE 2020 RANKINGS ARE CALCULATED

THE 2019 RANKINGS

really? gravel was suppose to be fun.. now it is being exploited.. way to kill it..


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We are totally open to your comments, suggestions and criticisms. We particularly want to know if there is an event over 500 riders that we missed. Let us know!


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