Multi-event age-graded calculator is online, updated for 2010

The Holy Grails keep on coming. Once upon a time, I wished aloud for an online Age-Graded Tables calculator. Those online lookup forms eventually popped up. But one of the harder online forms to find is one that calculates masters age-group points for the multi-events — decathlon, pentathlon, heptathlon and so on. Now we see that an English site has done the trick for the 2010 AGT update. Check out this page. Credit goes to the fine folks at Cheshire County Athletic Association, which covers an area of central England south of Liverpool and Manchester. I first noted their efforts three years ago. Great work, mates!

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September 18, 2010

7 Responses

  1. norman - September 18, 2010

    There is a full set of calculators on Stefan’s website that can be downloaded and used. Thanks to Stefan

  2. Who's your daddy - September 18, 2010

    What is Stefan’s website ??

  3. pino pilotto - September 19, 2010

    Thanks to cheshireaa!
    Stefan Waltermann is maybe not the fastest M60-sprinter ;-), but he was by month the fastest and best with the wma model 2010 calculator.
    Danke Stefan!

  4. Ken Stone - September 19, 2010

    Stefan’s site is here:

  5. Stefan Waltermann - September 20, 2010

    Well, those Cheshire Cats are the real deal! The calculators are a wonderful resource. For the ultra decathlon, they provide the only calculator I can find. Great stuff, labo(u)r of love, obviously.
    Pino, after your comment I got the Carrera out of the garage and floored it. I’m almost positive that I was the fastest M 60 sprinter in the world (before slowing down with this guilty feeling that arrives after doing something stupid).

  6. Roger Parnell - September 20, 2010

    Great site! I have never competed in a multi-event, but greatly admire those who do. With the change in the formula, do current records have to be re-calculated to reflect this change……or do they stand as is.

  7. Don - July 16, 2011

    Here is the correct address to Stephan’s site with lots of fantastic calculators:

    The other link doesn’t work.

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