Canada Points List
The Canada Points List (CPL) is a ranking tool for athlete performance. It uses race results and calculations to provide a consistent and reliable performance measure relative to other skiers at different ages and stages of development. The CPL is a useful development tool for coaches and athletes. For others, it offers important decision-making information.
Race points are based off of a skier’s time behind the race winners time, taking into consideration the depth and quality of field. International FIS races and domestic race results are taken into consideration. To understand the methodologies behind the CPL, visit the Document Centre.
CPL reports are interactive. You can sort the list by name or rank and click on a racer’s license number to see the races under consideration. For seeding lists that are produced periodically over the season (normally five periods) the Distance CPL is the average of the best seven results and the Sprint CPL is the average of the best four. Only races in the previous 12 months are eligible. Sometimes ad hoc ranking lists are posted for a specific team or trip selection; the number of races and which races are included will be determined by the relevant selection criteria.
NOTE: some users are reporting display issues of the Points List and Races below on Windows using the Google Chrome browser. We are aware of the issue and working on it. If you are experiencing the list being cut off, please try viewing this page with an alternate browser such as Microsoft Edge or Firefox. It is normal for the display to change from being a list to being a column on smaller screen sizes.