Below is our current thinking of the Point System. It is not cast in concrete and has changed after our initial experience. The number 1 and number 2 (gold and silver medalist of each final) automatically qualify for the Super Final, provided there are 8 finalists. If there are between 4 and 7 finalists only the number 1 (gold medalist) will qualify directly. For the other participants (and if there are less than 4 finalists) the point system will work as before. 
At those competitions that do not exactly follow the ISSF Finals format (such as Denmark and Scotland) or do not have sufficient entries in a discipline, we will award quota places based on final ranking, all subject to AirOShoot rules on number of competitors.

A competitor can earn points in the four participating competitions based on:

  • The fact that he/she is participating
  • His/her ranking in the qualification competition, the "Qualification Award"
  • His/her ranking in the finals, the "Final Award"

The top rankers in each discipline will qualify to participate in the "Super Final", to be held once a year.

To keep things fair, any athlete that starts the competition as a junior will remain a junior for the entire AirOShoot competition cycle (note that he might shoot as a senior in the individual  competitions).

The following table shows how the points are earned:

Qualification award

Final award

Rank

AirOShoot Points

Rank

AirOShoot Points

1

50

1

Qualified for Superfinal
(if 4 or more finalists)

2

45

2

Qualified for Superfinal
(if 8 finalists)

3

40

3

0

4

30

4

0

5

29

5

0

6

28

6

0

7

27

7

0

8

26

8

0

9

25

   

10

24

   

11

23

   

12

22

   

13

21

   

14

20

   

15

19

   

16

18

   

17

17

   

18

16

   

19

15

   

20

14

   

21

13

   

22

12

   

23

11

   

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