lucky13js wrote:So I hesitate to start this topic since I believe anyone who would cheat in a competition that has no trophy or cash prize would therefore have no life, which means I have even less of one - BUT...
I am doing a little math and wonder how some of these individual totals are achievable.
5 people averaging a marathon a day with no days of rest - some people even approaching twice that. There are 35 averaging a half marathon/day again with no days of rest. Of these 35, 30 of them are over the age of 40, 8 of them over 64.
Perhaps some people are incorrectly entering the data?
Am I delusional?
In all sincerity as one one who tries to erg 25-30K/week - while balancing life (the small one that I have)/work/fun, I'm blown away by some of these numbers.
Looking for a life,
Ergmeister wrote:Good topic - great title. It is what it is. The Captain of our team (The Erging will Continue until Morale Improves) logged 800k meters in the January Challenge and I thought that was nuts. We all use C2 logcards.
Obviously the system is ripe for exploitation. Reminds me of Row2k's popularity polls where you vote without any login so it encourages what I'll characterize as "Chicago style voting"; early and often!
I think it would be nice if C2 would setup multiple categories; meters logged with C2logcard, ErgBuddy, ErgData, RowPro, or other electronic system that logs meters, and then a category for user entered data.
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