Check the dynamic table below to see how the Age Group Ranking points you earned compare to other athletes racing within the same year. The current year tab is dynamic and will continue to change as athletes complete races and earn points.
Are you checking to see if you have AWA status? Look at the prior year tab to see if you have a gold, silver or bronze dot beside your name. AWA status is not awarded until the end of the current year of racing, at which time previous AWA holder status expires as the new 'class' is awarded.
Note: Prior year ranking tabs are locked and no retrospective changes can be made.
Looking for historical IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 Age Group Rankings tables? Click here for the Category Rankings.
Please note that the following athlete Divisions are classed as Participatory Divisions and as such will not be eligible for Age Group Rankings.
PC/ ID Open PC/ID Open athletes will receive floor points (1000 for IRONMAN and 700 for IRONMAN 70.3 events) and will be able to contribute those points to their TriClubs (if applicable), which display here https://www.ironman.com/triclub-global-rankings. These points will not appear on the Age Group Ranking table.
Open Open Division athletes will receive floor points (1000 for IRONMAN and 700 for IRONMAN 70.3 events) and will be able to contribute those points to their TriClubs (if applicable), which display here https://www.ironman.com/triclub-global-rankings. These points will not appear on the Age Group Ranking table.
Please note, if an athlete nominates to race in an Age Group Category and a PC/ ID Open or Open Division category at separate races within the same year, their Age Group Ranking will display points earned when racing in an Age Group category only.
For more information regarding these Divisions, please refer to the IRONMAN Policies webpage: https://www.ironman.com/policies
Age Group Ranking points determine who receives All World Athlete status for the next racing year, and shows athletes how they compare competitively to their peers in the same age division.
Athletes earn AGR points based on their performance at each IRONMAN or IRONMAN 70.3 race they complete.
An athlete’s points accumulate over the course of a calendar year. Their three best AGR points results combine to create the athlete’s overall score, which determines their Age Group Ranking. A maximum of an athlete’s three (3) best event results may contribute to this total score.
At the end of the year, IRONMAN identifies the athletes who have finished in the top percentiles of their age group, and these athletes are awarded All World Athlete status for the following calendar year. AGR points reset at the beginning of each year.
The Age Group Ranking system in no way replaces the current qualification system for World Championship events.
|Rate of Decline*
|Time to Floor**
|12 points/ minute
|18 points/ minute
* Rate at which points decrease based on time elapsed from the first finisher in each age group.
** Elapsed time between first finisher and when minimum points/ points floor is reached.
The IRONMAN All World Athlete (AWA) program rewards age-group athletes for their hard work, dedication, and performance across IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 racing in a calendar year.
All World Athlete status is bestowed on the best performing, and committed age group athletes, powered by the Age Group Rankings. AWA status is awarded for a 12-month period, in the year directly after the year the earning year. For example if an athlete ranks highly in 2020, they will be awarded AWA status and benefits for the duration of the 2021 year.
To check if you are in contention for AWA status, compare your AGR points to those in your age group, within the table above.
Find out more about the AWA program, here.