# ABC leaderboards

These are the worldwide ABC leaderboards.

You'll also find all ABC leaderboards in your Naviki app.

# How we calculate the rankings

The **universities worldwide relative **leaderboard is based on the sum of kilometres cycled by each university. In this leaderboard the result for each university is based on the ratio between the amount of cycled kilometres and the number of staff and students (distance / 1000 persons), so that universities of different size are comparable.

The **universities worldwide absolute **leaderboard is based on the sum of kilometres cycled by each university. The absolute number of cycled kilometres counts.

The **disciplines university-wide **shows the average number of cycled kilometres of the participants taking part for the respective discipine. A discipline will appear here as soon as a minimum of 10 participants have selected the respective discipline.

The **disciplines worldwide **leaderboard shows the average number of cycled kilometres of the participants taking part for the respective discipine.

The **teams university-wide **leaderboard is based on the sum of kilometres cycled by each team within a university. The average number of kilometres per team member counts.

The **teams world-wide **leaderboard is based on the sum of kilometres cycled by each team at world-wide level. The average number of kilometres per team member counts.

The **individuals university-wide **leaderboard is based on the individual kilometres cycled by each participant within a university.

The **individuals worldwide **leaderboard is based on the individual kilometres cycled by each participant at world-wide level.

Leaderboard data are updated every 5 minutes. In order to approve bicycle trips only, an automatic filter excludes trips exceeding predefined limits on maximum and average speed as well as on trip length.