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The 10-stop series for both amateur and professional athletes starts March 25th at XTERRA Argentina and concludes September 16 with the XTERRA Pan American Championship race in Ogden, Utah.  In between are majors in the U.S., Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic.

The XTERRA Pan American Tour will feature Gold and Silver level events, just like the XTERRA European Tour, where Gold events award points on a 100-point basis and Silver races award points on a 75-point basis. #XTERRAPANAM

Standings

2017 Amateur Standings

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2017 Elite Standings

Men

1.

Brandon Rakita, US

228 PTS

2.

Jean-Philippe Thibodeau, CA

215 PTS

3.

Josiah Middaugh, US

175 PTS

Women

1.

Suzie Snyder, US

374 PTS

2.

Kara Lapoint, US

225 PTS

3.

Sabrina Gobbo, US

200 PTS

Elite Men

PL NAME, NAT TOT ARG(S) CHI(S) CRC(S) BRA(S) OAK(G) VIC(S) BVR(G)
1 Branden Rakita, USA 347 56 47 56 DNS 69 61 58
2 Jean-Philippe Thibodeau, CAN 282 61 56 61 DNS 37 67 DNS
3 Josiah Middaugh, USA 275 DNS DNS 75 DNS 100 DNS 100
4 Kieran McPherson, NZL 171 DNS DNS DNS 67 63 DNS 41
5 Karsten Madsen, CAN 165 DNS DNS DNS DNS 90 75 DNS
6 Cedric Wane, TAH 155 DNS DNS DNS DNS 41 51 63
7 Brian Smith, USA 150 DNS DNS DNS DNS 75 DNS 75
8 Ryan Ignatz, USA 149 DNS DNS 51 DNS 53 DNS 45
9 Gonzalo Tellechea, ARG 142 75 67 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
10 Felipe Moletta, BRA 136 DNS 61 DNS 75 DNS DNS DNS
11 Maximiliano Morales, ARG 118 67 51 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
12 Chris Ganter, USA 114 DNS DNS DNS DNS 58 56 DNS
13 Ian King, USA 108 DNS 27 47 DNS 34 DNS DNP
14 Veit Hoenle, GER 98 DNS DNS DNS DNS 49 DNS 49
15 León Drajer, ESP 94 51 43 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
16 Micheal Nunez, USA 92 DNS DNS 30 DNS 31 DNS 31
17 Mauricio Mendez, MEX 90 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 90
18 Julien Buffe, FRA 82 43 39 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
19 Francisco Serrano, MEX 82 DNS DNS DNS DNS 82 DNS DNS
20 Sam Long, USA 82 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 82
21 Felipe Barraza, CHI 75 DNS 75 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
22 Guiherme Goncalves, BRA 72 DNS DNS 36 36 DNS DNS DNS
23 Ben Hoffman, USA 69 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 69
24 Kris Coddens, BEL 67 DNS DNS 67 DNS DNS DNS DNS
25 Alexandre Manzan, BRA 61 DNS DNS DNS 61 DNS DNS DNS
26 Frederico Zacharias, BRA 56 DNS DNS DNS 56 DNS DNS DNS
27 Mario de Elias, ARG 53 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 53
28 Henrique Lugarini, BRA 51 DNS DNS DNS 51 DNS DNS DNS
29 Andres Darricau, ARG 47 47 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
30 Diogo Malagon, BRA 47 DNS DNS DNS 47 DNS DNS DNS
31 Cody Waite, USA 45 DNS DNS DNS DNS 45 DNS DNS
32 Greg Schott, USA 43 DNS DNS 43 DNS DNS DNS DNS
33 Rodrigo Moreira, BRA 43 DNS DNS DNS 43 DNS DNS DNS
34 Federico Venegas, CRC 39 DNS DNS 39 DNS DNS DNS DNS
35 Silveira Silva, BRA 39 DNS DNS DNS 39 DNS DNS DNS
36 Thomas Spannring, USA 37 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 37
37 Diego Moya, CHI 36 DNS 36 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
38 Guilherme Goncalves, BRA 36 DNS DNS DNS 36 DNS DNS DNS
39 Joshua Merrick, USA 34 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 34
40 Gaspar Riveros, CHI 33 DNS 33 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
41 Billy Gordon, PAN 33 DNS DNS 33 DNS DNS DNS DNS
42 Anderson Ferreira, BRA 33 DNS DNS DNS 33 DNS DNS DNS
43 Benjamin Munizaga, CHI 30 DNS 30 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
44 Wellington Conceicao, BRA 30 DNS DNS DNS 30 DNS DNS DNS
45 Ryan DeCook, USA 28 DNS DNS DNS DNS 28 DNS DNS
46 Taylor Charlton, AUS 28 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 28
47 Andres Zuniga, CRC 27 DNS DNS 27 DNS DNS DNS DNS
48 Pericles Andrade, BRA 27 DNS DNS DNS 27 DNS DNS DNS
49 Fernando Melo, BRA 25 DNS DNS DNS 25 DNS DNS DNS
50 Leonardo Lisboa, BRA 23 DNS DNS DNS 23 DNS DNS DNS

Elite Women

PL NAME, NAT TOT ARG(S) CHI(S) CRC(S) BRA(S) OAK(G) VIC(S) BVR(G)
1 Suzie Snyder, USA 482 75 67 75 DNS 100 75 90
2 Kara LaPoint, USA 362 61 56 67 DNS 58 51 69
3 Morgane Riou, FRA 270 67 61 DNS DNS DNS 67 75
4 Sabrina Gobbo, BRA 235 56 51 DNS 75 53 DNS DNS
5 Laura Mira Dias, BRA 221 51 47 56 67 DNP DNS DNS
6 Lesley Paterson, GBR 190 DNS DNS DNS DNS 90 DNS 100
7 Annie Bergen, CAN 177 DNS DNS 61 DNS 31 27 58
8 Julie Baker, USA 164 DNS DNS DNS DNS 82 DNS 82
9 Katie Button, CAN 124 DNS DNS DNS DNS 63 61 DNS
10 Liz Gruber, USA 120 DNS DNS 51 DNS 69 DNS DNS
11 Caroline Colonna, USA 120 DNS DNS 47 DNS 28 DNS 45
12 Maia Ignatz, USA 118 DNS DNS DNS DNS 75 43 DNS
13 Emma Garrard, USA 108 DNS DNS DNS DNS 45 DNS 63
14 Jessie Koltz, USA 88 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 39 49
15 Heather Zimchek-Dunn, USA 83 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 30 53
16 Barbara Riveros, CHI 75 DNS 75 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS
17 Debby Sullivan, USA 74 DNS DNS DNS DNS 41 33 DNS
18 Kelli Montgomery, USA 70 DNS DNS DNS DNS 34 36 DNS
19 Isabella Ribeiro, BRA 61 DNS DNS DNS 61 DNS DNS DNS
20 Vanessa Cabrini, BRA 56 DNS DNS DNS 56 DNS DNS DNS
21 Zoe Dawson, CAN 56 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 56 DNS
22 Fernanda Prieto, BRA 51 DNS DNS DNS 51 DNS DNS DNS
23 Katharine Carter, CAN 49 DNS DNS DNS DNS 49 DNS DNS
24 Brisa Melcop, BRA 47 DNS DNS DNS 47 DNS DNS DNS
25 Ladina Buss, SUI 47 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 47 DNS
26 Anne Usher, USA 37 DNS DNS DNS DNS 37 DNS DNS

Schedule

2017 Pan America Schedule

August 12

XTERRA ALLATOONA TRAIL RUN – 6/15K

Acworth, GA, US

Rules

2017 Pan America Rules

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Amatuer Rules

Step 1: Identify your Age Group

How old you are on December 31, 2017 determines your age group. We have divisions for men and women 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79 (m), 80+ (m), and Physically Challenged. At the discretion of the race director athletes with an XTERRA age under 15 may participate, but they will not earn points.

Step 2: Race and Score

Enter as many races as you want and score points by finishing in the top 15 of your age group. There are four 100-point scale “Gold” races and the remainder are 75-point scale “Silver” races. Find the most current schedule of events at www.xterrapanam.com. The season is from March-to-September, 2017.

Gold races: Oak Mountain, Beaver Creek, Mexico, Pan America Championship

Silver races:  Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Brazil, Victoria, Dominican Republic

 

Amateur Rules Table One

 

Step 3: Must Race Two

You must race at least two (2) XTERRA events during the season to be named the XTERRA Pan American Tour Champion. There is no limit to how many races you can count.

Step 4: Most Points Win

The athlete with the most points at the end of the season - by gender and age group - earns the title of XTERRA Pan American Tour Champion and a qualifying spot into the XTERRA World Championship race to be held Oct. 29, 2017 in Maui.

Step 5: Tie Breaker

If there is a tie in points, the tie-breaker will be the person with the most wins. If still tied after counting wins, the person finishing highest in the most recent race where both competed. If no head-to- head exists, tie-breaker goes to the person finishing highest in most recent race.

Step 6: Qualifying for XTERRA Worlds in Maui

Maui slots will be awarded to XTERRA Pan America Tour Champions at the end of the season, and at every XTERRA Pan America Tour Gold and Silver Event.

 

Amateur Rules World Rules

 

Elite Rules

Step 1: Identify your Age Group

How old you are on December 31, 2017 determines your age group. We have divisions for men and women 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79 (m), 80+ (m), and Physically Challenged. At the discretion of the race director athletes with an XTERRA age under 15 may participate, but they will not earn points.

Step 2: Race and Score

Enter as many races as you want and score points by finishing in the top 15 of your age group. There are four 100-point scale “Gold” races and the remainder are 75-point scale “Silver” races. Find the most current schedule of events at www.xterrapanam.com. The season is from March-to-September, 2017.

Gold races: Oak Mountain, Beaver Creek, Mexico, Pan America Championship

Silver races:  Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Brazil, Victoria, Dominican Republic

 

Amateur Rules Table One

 

Step 3: Must Race Two

You must race at least two (2) XTERRA events during the season to be named the XTERRA Pan American Tour Champion. There is no limit to how many races you can count.

Step 4: Most Points Win

The athlete with the most points at the end of the season - by gender and age group - earns the title of XTERRA Pan American Tour Champion and a qualifying spot into the XTERRA World Championship race to be held Oct. 29, 2017 in Maui.

Step 5: Tie Breaker

If there is a tie in points, the tie-breaker will be the person with the most wins. If still tied after counting wins, the person finishing highest in the most recent race where both competed. If no head-to- head exists, tie-breaker goes to the person finishing highest in most recent race.

Step 6: Qualifying for XTERRA Worlds in Maui

Maui slots will be awarded to XTERRA Pan America Tour Champions at the end of the season, and at every XTERRA Pan America Tour Gold and Silver Event.

 

Amateur Rules World Rules

 

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