A board that displays the leaders in a competition.(noun)
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Use "leaderboard" in a sentence
"No leaderboard is ever going to reflect that, even though my site is often favorably rated by them."
""Virtually everyone on that leaderboard is long with the exception of Olazabal," former champion Tom Watson said."
"THE TIGER FACTOR: Once again, Tiger Woods 'presence on the leaderboard is having a big impact on television ratings."