Presidential Champions Award

The Presidential Champion Award (PCA ) is a badge for continuous and sustainable physical activity, has taken over the patronage of the 1956, the then U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and is awarded by him. The respective successors in office put / set as patrons continued the tradition and ceremony of the PCA.

Sense of the Presidential Champion Award is to create a erfüllbares for anyone Sportabzeichen. The focus is on the continuous and sustainable expressly Undifferentiated physical activity, less measurable in height, width or Fast performance under competitive condition.

In Germany, the Bundeswehr social work conveys the awarding of the badge, please refer to the two links below German.

Stages of the badge

The Presidential Champion Award can be rendered at the levels Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. To 30 September 2010 45,000 points and 80,000 gold points were required for Bronze 20,000 points for silver. Since October 1, 2010, required scores were doubled; that is, for bronze now 40,000 points, 90,000 points for Silver, Gold 160,000 points and 1,000,000 points for platinum are to be provided. The elaboration of the points / services was and is not time limited and the introduced for bronze / silver points do not expire if you then subsequently seeks stage silver / gold etc..

Points acquisition system

On a day were achieved by 30 September 2010 a maximum of 750 points. Scope days points fell over this maximum limit, and were not transferable to other days; since October 1, 2010 can be purchased daily without limit points. End of days limiting the points was to emphasize the continuity of physical activity especially.

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