Sweden the best in teams' ranking!

Petr Kadeřávek | 7.7.2013

Here, you can see the final results of teams' ranking. With 180 points, Sweden is clear leader, ahead of Finland (293) and the Czech team (296). Note the devil result (666) of France, shall this mean something..?
The medals statistics is following:SWE (2-4-2), CZE (2-1-0), DEN and SUI (1-1-0), NOR (1-0-1), POL (1-0-0), FIN (0-1-0), RUS (0-0-3), BLR and NZL (0-0-1).

Here, you can see the final results of teams' ranking. With 180 points, Sweden is clear leader, ahead of Finland (293) and the Czech team (296). Note the devil result (666) of France, shall this mean something..?

The medals statistics is following: SWE (2-4-2), CZE (2-1-0), DEN and SUI (1-1-0), NOR (1-0-1), POL (1-0-0), FIN (0-1-0), RUS (0-0-3), BLR and NZL (0-0-1).

For both classes, a team score is calculated for each Federation (to place the Federations in a team competition) by adding the placings of each Federation’s three best competitors in all three individual competitions and the official placing - multiplied by three - of its placed relay team. If a Federation has fewer than three finishers in any individual competition, every missing runner is treated as though they finished one place behind the last finisher. If a Federation has no place in the relay competition, it is treated as if they finished one place behind the last official placed team. An overall team score is then calculated for each Federation by adding together its men’s and women’s team scores. The lowest score wins.

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