in a recent thread on this forum somebody was praising a fellow Erger for his PBs being consistently above 95% across many different events, from 1min to Full Marathon.
To have a measure of how good one is across the whole spectrum of events (or across some subsets of it), we could have a scoring system similar to decathlon: for each one of the 10 events you have tables that converts your result (time for distance-based events, distance for time-based events) to a number of points. The you add your points across all the events (or across a given subset of the events) to get your overall score. We could call these c2athlons
For us, the computations could be done using the seasons' PBs across the selected events (so the data is already there).
As for the rest of the logbook, when you check your score you could narrow down with the usual criteria (sex, age range, weight etc).
- Events that count: in the logbook I see 14 rowerg events, 14 skierg events and 11 bikeerg events. Concept2 could pre-define R2 as being RowErg 2K and 5K, R4 as being 1K, 2K, 5k and 10K. Same for BikeErg and SkiErg. These are just examples, somebody with appropriate knowledge could decide what makes sense. You could even have multi-events mixing some RowErg, SkiErg and BikeErg events.
- You could have flash c2athlons, in which you have to complete the events in a period of time (e.g. a week, ouch !).
Final note: there are already some tables that could be used as starting point for this (e.g. https://rowinglevel.com/rowing-times/2000m-times). A cheaper (but less clean) way of doing something similar would be to take your average percentile across the selected events (0% if you haven't completed the event). But conversion tables are better (as they are fixed, not depending on the participants in a given category/age range etc).