|2019||Annual Total: 200 km|
|672059||ACPB||200||2019/06/15||PA: Eastern||A Victory to Remember||12:04||Y|
|2018||Annual Total: 500 km|
|217806||ACPB||300||2018/05/19||NJ: NYC and Princeton||Jersey Devil 300||15:53||Y|
|RUSA-B13484||RUSAB||200||2018/10/20||PA: Eastern||Fall NeoClassic 200||12:19|
|2017||Annual Total: 200 km|
|582109||ACPB||200||2017/08/12||PA: Eastern||Yet Another River to River Ride||11:10||Y|
|Grand Total||900 kms|
ACP SR indicates that the rider completed a Super Randonneur Series according to the ACP rules (ACP brevets of 200km, 300km, 400km, and 600km where longer events cannot be substituted for shorter ones).
RUSA SR indicates that the rider did not complete an ACP SR but did complete a Super Randonneur Series according to the broader RUSA rules (ACP or RUSA brevets of 200km, 300km, 400km, and 600km, where longer events, including RM randonnées, can be substituted for shorter ones missing from the series).
The annual total shown for each year is based on the distance accumulated on RM, ACP, and RUSA events on RUSA's calendar. The minimum qualifying distance for team events is used (i.e., 360km for a flèche) even if the team covered a greater distance. RUSA permanents count toward the annual total; however, between 2004-2008, a particular route's distance was counted just once per year for the RUSA distance award qualification. The 'qualifying total' is shown if it differs from the annual total for these years.
Results from Paris-Brest-Paris and other foreign events are not shown because these are not RUSA-organized events.