2018 Olympic Ranking Index

2018 Olympic Ranking Index The Olympic Ranking Index (the Index) is a product of Sport Canada, based on data collected and compiled through the Sport Tracking, Assessment, and Technical Statistics (STATS) database. The Index offers a system to determine Canada’s annual ranking on the basis of their aggregate results across all Senior World Championships and Olympic Games that occurred over a four-year period. The Index provides a fair, consistent and objective foundation to track, compare and evaluate a nation’s overall performance over time. A number of indicators are used: gold medal count, medal count, medal points, top 5 count, top 5 points, top 8 count, and top 8 points. These indicators help produce three indices: Combined Olympic Ranking Index, Summer Olympic Ranking Index and Winter Olympic Ranking Index 2020-11-24 Canadian Heritage PCH.sportcanada-sportcanada.PCH@canada.ca Society and CultureOlympicRankingIndexSportCanadaStatsStatisticsTop 5Top 8GoldMedalPointsInternationalSportsWorldChampionship 2018 Olympic Ranking IndexHTML https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/corporate/transparency/open-government/olympic-ranking-index.html 2018 Olympic Ranking IndexHTML https://www.canada.ca/fr/patrimoine-canadien/organisation/transparence/gouvernement-ouvert/indice-classement-olympique.html 2018 Olympic Ranking Index PDF https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/pch/documents/corporate/transparency/open-government/olympic-ranking-index/2015-2018-olympic-ranking-index.pdf 2018 Olympic Ranking IndexPDF https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/pch/documents/corporate/transparency/open-government/olympic-ranking-index/2015-2018-indice-classement-olympique.pdf

The Olympic Ranking Index (the Index) is a product of Sport Canada, based on data collected and compiled through the Sport Tracking, Assessment, and Technical Statistics (STATS) database.

The Index offers a system to determine Canada’s annual ranking on the basis of their aggregate results across all Senior World Championships and Olympic Games that occurred over a four-year period. The Index provides a fair, consistent and objective foundation to track, compare and evaluate a nation’s overall performance over time.

A number of indicators are used: gold medal count, medal count, medal points, top 5 count, top 5 points, top 8 count, and top 8 points. These indicators help produce three indices: Combined Olympic Ranking Index, Summer Olympic Ranking Index and Winter Olympic Ranking Index

  • Publisher - Current Organization Name: Canadian Heritage
  • Publisher - Organization Name at Publication: Sport Canada
  • Publisher - Organization Section Name: Insight Unit
  • Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada

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