In our second installment of the World OCR Rankings, we turn now to monthly results. Last month we published the pre-season rankings, a look at the year ahead, based on the final few months of racing in 2022.
February is a quiet time in OCR, and so this month is focused heavily on our OCR athletes performance in hybrid racing. We’re seeing a USA heavy leaderboard, although we have two new entries from the UK in the Men’s results. Gavin Hogarth (UK, 7) with 6 points and Jesse Betts (UK, 10) with 4.25 points.
Shooting to the top of the male leaderboard is Rylan Schadegg (USA, 1) up 6 places from our pre-season rankings. Schadegg had a great month with appearances at Austin & Houston and topping the DekaFit leaderboard. He is closely followed by Robert Killian, (USA, 2) who had a successful weekend at Jacksonville with two top spot podiums at the Sprint & Super.
Jacksonville was also the location of the first Spartan 3k event, and new entry Mary Gerth (USA, 3) earned her position with 2nd place in the 3k and 1st in the Super.
Mikaela Norman (SWE, 6) is another new entry, after taking first place at the Hyrox NA champs, while David Magida (USA, 5) takes 5th place in the Men’s with his 1st at the same champs, now sitting at 4 in the Hyrox leaderboard.
From here OCR events start to kick off, so expect to see big changes happening across the board, and as always, results are based on who performed in the previous month.