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Lisa Schmit In The Zone Agility

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Bonus designation question
« on: February 03, 2020, 04:36:55 PM »
Would you please explain to me the Purple designations for Regular?
I have read the rulebook, but I am still confused.

The awards document has this: 
Silver Regular: Less than 100 Dri with a point value of 15 or 20
Gold Regular: Higher than 100 Dri with a point value of 15 or 20
Purple Regular: Higher than 100 Dri with a point value of 25 or 30

So I am confused on the Purple Designation.  Does one get a Purple bonus for doing  all 4 sequences regardless of DRIs over 100?
Would it be possible to add a column to the  table and write  Purple, Gold and Silver.  This would make it more clear.  I started to do this myself, and this is how I got more confused as I wasn’t really sure what to put down for 4 sequence bonus with under 100 dri.

Class   Run Type   DRI   Secti  on approved   Points   Designation
Regular   Bonus   over 100       4          30   Purple
Regular   Bonus   under 100   4   25   
Regular   Bonus   over 100         3   20   Gold
Regular   Bonus   under 100   3   15   Silver

I read this as the only way to get a Purple designation is to get a 4 sequence bonus that is over a 100 DRI.   
However,  my students have gotten Purple Bonus with 4 sequences and a DRI under 100 a 25 pointer.

How does one get a 15 or 25 point Bonus with a DRI over 100?

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Chris Nelson

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Re: Bonus designation question
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2020, 09:48:48 AM »
If anyone has gotten a purple designation with a under 100 DRI run it is 100% an error and needs to be corrected ASAP.   I am going to look into this right now, as that is a pretty major issue.

a 25 point run should be a Gold Designation.   We'll get that document updated, as I thought it was updated back in June when we went to sequences.