Rudolph points are a measure of the simmers age-appropriate performance. They base on the analysis of swim results of german swimmers and were developed by Dr. Klaus Rudolph. (0-5) intermediate, (5-10) local talent, (10-15) region talent, (15-20) national talent.
Note that swimmers reaching high Rudolph points at an early age does not necessarily mean that they become the future top athletes.
This curve approximates the FINA points needed to reach a specific rank. The approximation bases on results of season 2016-2019 top times LCM of 10-19 years old swimmers. Supported nations:
BEL, CAN, NED, POL, POR, SUI, SVK, SRB
650 FINA Data Channel Curves (available in "Profound Analysis")
60% of the athletes that reach at least 650 FINA points in their career passes the inner band of the 650 FINA data channel. The outer band covers 95% of the athletes.
The statistics bases on swimmers, licensed by the swiss swimming federation.
Help - Association Analysis
The association analysis bases the top 3 seasonal results (Fina- or Rudolph points) of every athlete.
Gives an overview of the clubs of the selected nation. The Y axis reflects the tip performance of the club whereas the X axis shows the broad performance.
Agegroup Performance Distribution Diagram
Shows the agegroup performance distribution of either nation/region/club.
 Rudolph points: Beginner
]0-5] Rudolph points: Intermediate
]5-10] Rudolph points: Local Talent
]10-15] Rudolph points: Region Talente
]15-20] Rudolph points: National Talent
Shows the progress of either nation/region/club/yearofbirth during the last decade. Clubs with at least 40 athletes are shown.