Definition of leaderboard
: a large board for displaying the ranking of the leaders in a competitive event (such as a golf tournament)
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DeChambeau played the front nine in even par, then birdied six of the final nine holes to surge to the top of the leaderboard.
Smolders stormed to victory in the LGCT to retain his lead at the top of the overall standings, then guided his team the Hamburg Diamonds to the top of the leaderboard.
The two are tied atop the National League leaderboard with 26 home runs at the break.
Blackmon’s career high for homers is last season’s 29, a figure Bellinger appears poised to eclipse in another couple of weeks, and while exit velocity certainly isn’t everything, Blackmon is nowhere near the top of the leaderboard.
That gave Votto his 1,500th career hit, giving him sole possession of 10th on the all-time franchise leaderboard.
Likewise, the leaderboards have an unfamiliar ring.
And while there are exceptions (like private planes and multiple homes), net worth mostly serves as a leaderboard for who is on top.
The games are free-to-play, supported by ads, can be enjoyed offline, and have extras like cloud saves, controller support and leaderboards.
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