Tuesday, 09 Aug, 2022
Findlay first at PTO 2020 Championship. (Picture: PTO Hub)

A better look at the PTO World Ranking System, Collins Cup Qualifying protocol and current standings

Findlay first at PTO 2020 Championship. (Picture: PTO Hub)
Findlay first at PTO 2020 Championship. (Picture: PTO Hub)

While the PTO works hard to support many races worldwide, pro athletes are doing everything they can to earn as many points as possible for the PTO rankings. Those points are collected at all major races and are based on several factors. It’s time to take a closer look at how that works.

On the one hand, the PTO ranking is seemingly based on a clear and straightforward system, but, at the same time, it is also somewhat complex and, as mentioned, depends on several factors. Here you will find – point by point – exactly how the PTO ranking works and how it is constructed.

The points earned by pro athletes earn them their spot in the rankings. For the Collins Cup – a spectacular event that will take place in August in Samorin, Slovakia – the top eight athletes from Europe, USA and “International” will be drafted. You’ll find here how this Collins Cup Qualifying protocol works. At this point these are the current standings:

EuropeUSAInternational

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