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+13 votes
A challenge that never happened (and prob never will)

Everyone is the best at something. It's all about narrowing down the scope.

What are you best at? Post a link to a project-gc page, where you (or a cache you own), is #1! Use as many filters as you like!
in Miscellaneous by StadsAlv (10.1k points)
I like your idea. I have been thinking about something similar many many times. Using for some form of priced competition for example.
But how would one judge it?
It was more in the concept of a PR trick, something like "everyone who posts a link to a top chart where they are #1 gets 1 month of free membership".

It's a typical thing that could spread like fire on social media.

So, several winners, not one. The alternative is of course to pick X random winners from the pile.

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+4 votes
This is kinda specific, but I'm top in my region for CITOs since the start of 2015 (when I did my first CITO).[]=Cache+In+Trash+Out+Event&fromyyyy=2015&frommm=1&fromdd=1&submit=Filter

If you take it from when I started caching (Jan 2014), I'm joint second, and should get first within a few weeks.[]=Cache+In+Trash+Out+Event&fromyyyy=2014&frommm=1&fromdd=1&submit=Filter

By the end of this year I'll hopefully be first in the region for CITOs for all dates. Heck, there's a good chance I'll be first in the region by the end of July.[]=Cache+In+Trash+Out+Event&submit=Filter
by Paperballpark (11.5k points)
+4 votes
by tadaima (12.5k points)
+3 votes
by RendyStod (1.5k points)
not anymore ...
I was first. Why am I now fourth?
+2 votes
+2 votes
by FamBerggren (390 points)
+2 votes
by technetium (210 points)
+1 vote
by Optimist on the run (Expert) (19.1k points)
+1 vote
The most caches in a year within local government area I live in.

Another interesting one, is the Top Least Unfound in my local government area. This was interesting because I am about 5th or 6th for total found in the area, yet because of the number of active caches I have found in the area compared to how many are left to find.

A good little idea here, it is always fun to try and find some of these obscure stats
by OrionJ (510 points)
+1 vote
by NamelessGuy (3.0k points)
+1 vote
Missed this question when it first came out, but for a bit of fun - top finder of caches in Israel by cachers from Eastern England in 2017 (2nd overall in United Kingdom):
by GCZ Team (22.0k points)
+1 vote
Ok, I am joining this thread too. It took me some time to find "my best" since I am no collector and there is many competitors around here. But there are few:

Top FTFs in Finland among people from Czech Republic:

Top Region Finders from Czech Republic in Finland in 2014:
by Jakuje (Moderator) (117k points)
+1 vote
I was hoping to have the most countries found in my state, but I'm barely in the top 10!

Fortunately, I found that what makes me a leader is apparently my ability to move around.  I have the most German finds in Virginia, USA, by a long shot:

Or, for that matter, the most Oklahoma finds in Virginia.

(I also have the most German FTFs in Virginia, but since there are only three Virginia cachers who have a German FTF, it's more of an oddity than anything else.)
by hzoi (8.1k points)