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Ontario Junior Ranking System

The OJRS will track tournament results for provincial and national circuit events and is designed for players, their parents, and their coaches to:
  • provide feedback on standing and progress throughout the season;
  • provide a tool in which players can set and measure goals;
  • provide a means to discover and develop among their peers;
  • motivate and prepare players in their development;
  • encourage higher levels of participation and player development
Badminton Ontario has introduced a new ranking formula for use in all provincial rankings. Only results using Toernooi Tournament Software will be included in the Ontario Rankings. Rankings will now be available for singles, doubles, and mixed doubles.
 
A number of procedural things are required from Ontario athletes to ensure a smooth transition to the new system.  What’s required from our members?
  1. Each Ontario athlete is required to create a unique player account; at www.badminton.ca. Once you have created your account, you can simply Log In to: enter a tournament, modify your entry, or view your entry.
  2. Every time an Ontario player enters an on-line tournament in Ontario, you will be asked to provide your Membership Number (this will be two letters [ON] followed by five numbers.  Your unique two letter/five digit membership number is available by contacting Badminton Ontario.
Ranking Guidelines – Summarized
  • Ranking points will be the sum of an athlete/pairs top four results of eligible tournaments; over a 52-week span.
 
  • Athletes/pairs gain points according to how far they progress in the draw of a particular event.  Each athlete/pair must win at least one match in a draw to gain points. If an athlete/pair:
· Had a bye in the first round and lost in the second round – they move to consolation round. · Had a bye in the first round, won in the second round and lost in the third round – they receive third round loser’s points. · Had a walkover in the first round and lost in the second round – they move to consolation round. · Had a bye in the first round, walkover in the second round and lost in the third round – they move to consolation round.
  • Athletes entering into consolation rounds should be receiving points based on which round they were eliminated.
· Lost in main round in the first round (entering into consolation), won the first round of consolation and lost in the second round of consolation – they receive consolation second round loser’s points.
  • Athletes remaining in an age category will use their existing points for the first tournament in which they participate. For athletes moving up into an older age category, they will carry forward fifty percent (50%) of their points for seeding at the first tournament the contest in the new season.
  • If an athlete has a combination of results obtained within their respective age category and results obtained while playing up an age category or two, tournaments will use the most up to date number of points for the age category which the athlete is participating in for that particular tournament.
 
  • Rankings will be available for singles, doubles, and mixed doubles.  Ranking points will be the sum of an athlete/pairs top four results of eligible tournaments; over a 52-week span.
The following Points Table will be utilized in calculating rankings regardless of age classification. Badminton Ontario Grid (Main Round)
Points won by: At a tournament graded
Tournament Grade 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Category International Events National Senior/Junior Championship National Senior/Junior Elite Circuit Adult Open Championship & Jr A HP Championship Jr HP A Provincial Circuits Jr B Provincial Championships Jr B Provincial Events District Level
Winner 6000 5500 4000 3500 3000 1800 1250 750
Finalist 5100 4675 3400 2975 2550 1525 1050 640
Semi-finalist 4200 3850 2800 2450 2100 1250 850 525
Quarter-finalist 3300 3025 2200 1925 1650 975 650 415
9/16 2400 2200 1600 1400 1200 700 450 300
17/32 1500 1375 1000 875 750 425 275 190
33/64 600 550 400 350 300 150 100 75
Proposed Badminton Ontario Grid (Consolation Round)
Points won by: At a tournament graded
Tournament Grade 8C 7C 6C 5C 4C 3C 2C 1C
Category International Events National Senior/Junior Championship National Senior/Junior Elite Circuit Adult Open Championship & Jr A HP Championship Jr HP A Provincial Circuits Jr B Provincial Championships Jr B Provincial Events District Level
Winner 3000 2750 2000 1750 1500 900 625 375
Finalist 2550 2340 1700 1490 1325 765 525 320
Semi-finalist 2100 1925 1400 1225 1050 625 425 275
Quarter-finalist 1650 1510 1100 963 825 500 325 210
9/16 1200 1100 800 700 600 350 215 150
17/32 750 275 500 440 375 215 135 85
33/64 300 140 200 175 150 75 40 40
Round Robin (For Draws with 3-5 entries)
Points won by: At a tournament graded
Tournament Grade 6R 5R 4R 3R 2R 1R
Category International Events National Senior/Junior Championship National Senior/Junior Elite Circuit Adult Open Championship & Jr A HP Championship Jr HP A Provincial Circuits Jr B Provincial Championships Jr B Provincial Events District Level
First Place 3200 2800 2400 1440 1000 600
Second Place 2720 2380 2040 1220 800 480
Third Place 2240 1960 1680 1000 680 400
Fourth Place 1760 1540 1320 780 520 330
Fifth place 1280 1120 960 560 360 240
  Click for the latest OJRS below:
Click for the National rankings below:

For more information please e-mail info@badmintonontario.ca