A watery map and very small landmasses can make for a difficult game, with low production, low-science cities. So I wasn't too surprised that no-one got an ultra-fast finish. What did surprise me was a complete spread of victory conditions, with every victory represented. The fastest finish of all went to @shulec, for a 1290 AD religious win. @Powerfaker came next with a diplomatic win in 1320 AD - I think that's quite an achievement considering how far up the tech tree you have to go for a diplo win. That victory also won Powerfaker the silver medal. @Termitnik took gold with a 1650 AD conquest (highest scoring, but not quite the fastest - @Jovan Kukic managed just a couple of turns quicker, 1630 AD), while bronze went to @nocho's 1505 AD domination. Well done everyone! Summary of Medal Winners: Termitnik: 1650 AD Conquest Victory, 242,310 points. Powerfaker: 1320 AD Diplomatic Victory, 141,773 points. nocho: 1505 AD Domination Victory, 140,944 points. Fastest Finish Award Winners: Jovan Kukic: 1630 AD Conquest Victory, 107,453 points. shulec: 1290 AD Religious Victory, 67,061 points. MarleysGh0st: 1903 AD Cultural Victory, 57,202 points. Kime11: 1989 AD Spaceship Victory, 47,729 points. Other Award Winners: zbgayumn: 1852 AD Diplomatic Victory, 40,458 points. undead: 1912 AD Conquest Victory, 31,343 points. donsig: 2044 AD Cultural Loss, 2,622 points. >> See the full results here. >> See the updated global rankings here. >> See the latest Pantheon of Heroes here. >> You can see and compare graphic replays of all the submissions here. >> Award symbols are listed here.