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Trip Leaderboard

Most recent trip included in statistics: Glen Coe, Easter Vacation 2017

This is the CUHWC Trip Leaderboard, which records statistics relating to members' participation in Club trips using 4 'Boards'.

Notes:

  • 'Official' CUHWC weekend and day trips are counted from the final trip of Michaelmas Term 2003 and the Scottish summer trip is counted from 2005.
  • 'Official' normally means that the trip was advertised to the main mailing list, partly explaining why foreign trips are not counted.
  • These dates are selected because this is as far back as the data currently extends.
  • If your Club membership predates 2004 and you calculate how many trips you went on before then, you can get yourself moved higher up the board by emailing Andrew (agw41) in order that he can enter you at your correct position; otherwise, you'll be ranked on total since Michaelmas 2003 only.
  • These figures are intended to arouse interest and drive friendly competition (i.e., trying to move up the boards), not cliquishness, jealousy or rivalry. Use sensibly!
  • The leaderboard was initially created and updated by Mark Jackson, but since he's now left Cambridge, Andrew Williamson maintains it.

Valerie A celebrates her 50th trip with CUHWC (Capel Curig, Lent 2015). Photo: Yining N.

1. Overall Number of Trips Attended

This is the total number of trips in which an individual has participated. Someone is deemed to have participated in a trip when they were involved in at least one walk on the trip (which, normally, is indicated by the presence of their name on a CUHWC route card). When a person was involved in trips pre-2004, the number in square brackets after their name denotes the number of trips attended before the final trip of Michaelmas Term 2003 (to Ennerdale). Currently active members (i.e., people on Board 2) are in bold.

  • 155 – Toby S [101]
  • ...
  • ...
  • ...
  • 92 – Paul C [18]
  • 91 – Michael F [2]
  • 90 –
  • 89 –
  • 88 –
  • 87 –
  • 86 –
  • 85 –
  • 84 –
  • 83 –
  • 82 –
  • 81 –
  • 80 –
  • 79 – David P [1]
  • 78 –
  • 77 –
  • 76 –
  • 75 –
  • 74 –
  • 73 –
  • 72 –
  • 71 – James B [69]
  • 70 –
  • 69 –
  • 68 – Tom A
  • 67 –
  • 66 –
  • 65 –
  • 64 –
  • 63 – Ruth P
  • 62 –
  • 61 –
  • 60 – Valerie A
  • 59 –
  • 58 –
  • 57 –
  • 56 – Andrew W
  • 55 – Gordon W [1]
  • 54 –
  • 53 –
  • 52 – Joe H
  • 51 –
  • 50 – Alex P
  • 49 – Simon T
  • 48 – Jo S
  • 47 –
  • 46 – Lucy W [4]
  • 45 –
  • 44 –
  • 43 – Simon W
  • 42 –
  • 41 – Peter B [20], Alex T
  • 40 – Dave F
  • 39 –
  • 38 –
  • 37 – David C, David G
  • 36 –
  • 35 –
  • 34 – Becky H
  • 33 – Mark J
  • 32 – Bethan G
  • 31 – Oliver K
  • 30 – Paul F, Jane P, Philip W
  • 29 – Helen A, Austin D [22]
  • 28 – Kirsty B, Matthew G, Peter K, Tom L
  • 27 – Alison B, Will C, Ian P
  • 26 – Michael A, Greg C, Emma P
  • 25 – Richard S
  • 24 –
  • 23 – Kate B, Chris E, Matt H, Tim S [21]
  • 22 –
  • 21 – Mark W, Marianne W
  • 20 – Andrena B, Jon M, Laurent M
  • 19 – Constanze H, Tom O, Vicky W
  • 18 – David H, Gill J, Inkyu J, Helen P
  • 17 – Robin B, Ben B, Dave M
  • 16 – Jonathon F, Alex K, Camilla P
  • 15 – Josh A, Emily B, Zekang C, Doug H, Adrien L, Hannah R
  • 14 – Rebecca B, Katrina S, Marcus T
  • 13 – Dan A, Phil B, Sumita C, Mohammad D, Caroline H, Rose P
  • 12 – Chris A, Simon B, Lottie B, Eleri C, Monica L, Arion P, Oliver S

2. Number of Trips Attended in the Last Year

These are the figures for the last 14 trips, normally representing the last year's worth. In cases where fewer than 14 trips were run in a year, this covers a period of over a year. This represents more of a rolling snapshot. Try and move up the board rather than down! Current Committee members are in bold.

  • 14 –
  • 13 –
  • 12 –
  • 11 –
  • 10 – David H
  • 9 – Ben B
  • 8 –
  • 7 – Matt A, Paul C, Chris H
  • 6 – Sebastian N, Andrew W
  • 5 – Zekang C, Paul F, Camilla P, Arion P, Marie S
  • 4 – Jens A, Marci G, Ben H, Callan H, Alex H, Callum R, Kaitlynn S

3. Most Trips Attended in a Year

This is the highest position an individual reached on Board 2, indicating the most trips in which an individual participated over a year. (N.B. This technically accounts for only the last 14 trips, so may not necessarily represent a 'year'.) This sort of measures each person's 'maximum keenness' and when they first reached it. Currently active members (i.e., people on Board 2) are in bold.

14

  • Simon T (Nov 08)
  • Andrew W (Sep 11)
  • Mark J (Jan 12)

13

  • David G (Jun 05)
  • Alex T (Jan 07)
  • David C (May 07)
  • Alex P (Feb 09)
  • Jo S (Oct 10)
  • Peter K (Jun 12)

12

  • Michael F (Nov 04)
  • Mark W (Nov 06)
  • Ruth P (Jun 07)
  • David P (Feb 09)
  • Oliver K (Nov 09)
  • Kirsty B (May 11)

11

  • Helen D (Nov 04)
  • Gordon W (Mar 07)
  • Toby S (Apr 07)
  • Joe H (May 10)
  • Jon M (May 10)
  • Tom A (Mar 11)
  • Mohammad D (Jun 11)
  • Paul C (Jan 13)
  • Marcus T (Jan 15)

10

  • Michael A (Nov 04)
  • Chris E (Nov 04)
  • Emily B (Jun 06)
  • Marianne P (Nov 07)
  • Richard S (Nov 07)
  • Lucy W (Feb 08)
  • Bethan G (Mar 12)
  • Andrena B (Mar 13)
  • Tom L (Nov 13)
  • Philip W (Oct 14)
  • Paul F (Nov 14)
  • Alex K (Mar 15)
  • Matt H (Jun 15)
  • Adrien L (Nov 15)
  • Sumita C (Apr 16)
  • David H (Feb 17)

4. Most Consecutive Trips Attended

Getting your name on or moving up this board requires a different kind of dedication, such as not missing day trips. Currently active members (i.e., people on Board 2) are in bold.

  • 56 – James B (1992 – 1998)
  • 29 – Andrew W (Oct 10 – Oct 12)
  • 22 – Austin D (dates unknown), Mark J (Jan 11 – Jun 12)
  • 17 – Simon T (Nov 07 – Jan 09)
  • 12 – David C (Jun 06 – Mar 07)
  • 11 – Jo S (Apr 10 – Feb 11)
  • 10 – David G (Oct 04 – Mar 05), Alex P (Jun 08 – Mar 09)
  • 9 – Peter K (Oct 11 – Mar 12), Sumita C (Apr 15 – Nov 15)
  • 8 – Michael F (Jan – Jun 04), Mark W (Nov 05 – Apr 06), Alex T (Jun 06 – Jan 07 & Nov 07 – Apr 08), Alex P (Oct 09 – Feb 10), Constanze H (Mar – Nov 12)
Author: 
Andrew Williamson