Qualifiers

Submit / Validate Scores

Submit & Validate Scores for the online qualifier

Registration for the 2018 Berlin Throwdown Qualifiers is going to be open from 15th of January till 08th of April 2018!

There will be three weeks of qualifiers lasting from 2nd of April till 22nd of April 2018.

Each week will hold one qualifier workout. Scores for each qualifier workout need to be uploaded by the end of the week:

Qualifier I – April 8th 22:00 CET

Qualifier II – April 15th 22:00 CET

Qualifier III – April 22nd 22:00 CET

 

I WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT MY SCORE? HOW DO I DO THAT?

After having registered for The Berlin Throwdown Online Qualifiers on Competition Corner you will receive an email from Competition Corner. The email will contain your login details and password to your personal scoring page. You will need to log in here to submit your score.

If you have trouble uploading your score please check Submitting Scores to an Online Competition.

 

IS IT POSSIBLE TO REPEAT A WORKOUT AND CHANGE THE SCORE PREVIOUSLY ENTERED?

Yes, it is possible to repeat the qualifier WODs as often as you like, as long as you submit your scores before the deadline. You can change your score on your previous result. However, you should bare in mind that in order to be allowed in the finals you will need to give video proof of each WOD and that the videos submitted need to adhere to the video standards.

 

HOW DOES MY SCORE GET VERIFIED?

Once you have entered your score through your personal scoring page, your designated judge will receive an email (the athlete provides the email address while submitting his/her score). The email will hold a link to confirm your score on Competition Corner. They then can either verify or reject your score.

As soon as your score has been verified it will appear on the leaderboard.

If you’re having trouble submitting your scores, please check out Verifying Scores as a Judge

 

VIDEO STANDARDS

Please make sure to film your workout adhering to the video submission standards. We will verify scores randomly using videos. If an athlete or team can not produce a video adhering to the standards within 24 hours after submission of the score, they will be disqualified.