Overall Top 10 winners for 2015

Congratulations to all the company teams!

Final Standings for 2015
(ALL RESULTS ARE FINAL)

 

Rank Company TOTAL
1st Coast Capital Savings 1730
2nd Electronic Arts 1450
3rd Vancouver Airport Authority 1290
4th WorkSafeBC 1100
5th Microsoft 990
6th VBCE 490
7th City of Vancouver 445
8th Creation Technologies 400
9th Clearly Contacts 390
10th PwC 380

Champion Points

Teams that place in the top 10 standings of each sport will receive Champion Points which contribute to your company’s overall points score. The following is the breakdown of the distribution of Champion Points to the top 10 placing teams of each activity.

Activity with No Tiered Divisions
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
100pts 90pts  80pts  70pts  60pts  50pts  40pts  30pts  20pts  10pts
Recreational Division in an Activity with Tiered Divisions
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
50pts  45pts  40pts   35pts   30pts   25pts 20pts  15pts  10pts  5pts
Competitive Division in an Activity with Tiered Divisions
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
100pts  90pts   80pts 70pts 60pts 50pts 40pts 30pts 20pts 10pts

In addition, every team will receive 20 points for participating in each activity. For example, the top placing team in Basketball will therefore receive 100 points (1st place) + 20 points (participation) = 120 Champion Points that will go towards the company standing. The company with the greatest number of Champion Points will be crowned the Corporate Champions of the year.Note that if an organization has multiple teams, only one of the organization’s teams’ points will contribute to the total Champion Points. For example, if in Volleyball an organization has two teams and one team earned a total of 80 Champion Points in the competitive division and one team earned 35 points in the recreational division, only the 80 Champion Points from the competitive division will contribute to the total.

Points Deduction:

  • 30 points are deducted for teams that are a no show.  All points shown above have reflected the necessary deductions.