Time-on-Time scoring is not new. It has been widely used nationally and internationally as a valid method to score handicap yacht racing.

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The Basics to Acceptance on Lake Ontario, an article explaining how it works

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A: No. It potentially changes the corrected time for all boats. It is addressing the actual handicap provided between the higher and lower handicaps.

A: That is what we have done in the analysis demonstration and will do for all the analysis reports for the next AGM.

A: Yes it could. Which would be a positive affect on racing on Lake Ontario.

In March of 2010, the Central Council of Handicappers for PHRF-LO looked further into our Time on Time numbers and decided that they would look more closely at the the current scratch boat (presently 177) in our time on time formula.

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In November of 2008, the Central Council of Handicappers for PHRF-LO voted in favour of adjusting the Q.Factor in our Time on Time formula to .008 from .045.

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In March of 2006, PHRF-LO voted in favour of adjusting all our handicaps by +6 sec/nm.

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As you may or may not be aware, PHRF-LO has adjusted the Time on Time numbers used for calculating your race results.

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