get_event: Get the ranking list

Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/get_event.R

Description

get_event returns a dataframe containing the ranking list for a given event, agegroup, gender and year. Optionally, top_n can be specified to only return the first n performances

Usage

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get_event(event, agegroup = "ALL", gender = "M", year = "2020", top_n = NULL)

Arguments

event

character string. The event, can be one of: "60", "100", "200", "400", "800", "1500", "3000", "5000", "10000","3000SC", "10K", "HM", "Mar", "60H", "110H", "400H", "HJ", "PV","LJ", "TJ", "SP7.26K", "DT2K", "HT7.26K", "JT800", "HepI", "Dec", "20KW", "50KW", "4x100" or "4x400".

agegroup

character string. Specify age group e.g., "U20", defaults to "ALL".

gender

character. Either "M" for men or "W" for women.

year

character. The year to return in YYYY format, e.g., "2020".

top_n

integer. Return top n rows.

Examples

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## Not run: 

get_event(event = "100", agegroup = "ALL", gender = "M", year = "2016", top_n = 10)

## End(Not run)

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