𝐔𝐏𝐆 - Entering a category below the one listed on your ZwiftPower profile. Typically used if you see ZwiftPower category overrides wkg.

𝐖𝐊𝐆 - Over category limits. Might see this if rider has no ZP category assigned or does but is well over Cat limits. Also seen when ZP categories are not being used;

𝐙𝐏 - ZPower users not allowed in a particular category or finishing position. (Differs between different race organisers)

𝐇𝐑 - Heart Rate Monitor required in particular category or finishing position. (Differs between different race organisers)
(KISS for example will DQ anyone in Cat A and podiums in Cat B/C for HR and ZP)

𝐇𝐄𝐈𝐆𝐇𝐓 - Height doping.

𝐙𝐑𝐕𝐆 - Suspended rider.

𝗡𝗘𝗪 - Anyone under 500km total Distance and taking a podium.

𝐀𝐆𝐄 - Entered wrong category for age based race. Zwift does not provide ZP with a DOB so assumes your birthday is 1 January for racing purposes.

𝐍/𝐀 - race organiser does not want results published; typically used in social rides to discourage flyers.

𝐃𝐐 - usually applied by race organiser applied for a variety of reasons although most listed above. Could be for not following ride leaders instructions or otherwise being disruptive etc.

NE - Not Eligible [Used in National Championships for example when riders didn't meet eligibility rules] This is a manual entry by race organiser.

ESS - Being too far ahead of beacon/leader at start of Expresso lap.

Why wasn't a rider disqualified when over cat limits?

Category Enforcement is taken from 95% of 20 mins which is toggled off by default so you can ignore the (default) average w/kg.

However, ZwiftPower allows a rider to go over cat limits by up to 0.2 w/kg but only if that rider entered their correct category.

The live tab will display a rider's assigned category in the leftmost column. Also clicking on a rider's height in the race results will reveal their category info at the start of the event.

Even if a rider is over cat limits by 0.2 w/kg they would only be DQ'd if their raw 20 min power was also over the limit.

Cat C example

Rider A produces a 95% of 20 mins of 3.39 w/kg AND 20 mins power of 205w - no DQ.

Rider B produces a 95% of 20 mins of 3.42 w/kg AND 20 mins power of 199w - no DQ.

Rider C produces a 95% of 20 mins of 3.41 AND 20 mins power of 201w - then DQ'd with WKG code.

Those over limits may or may not earn an upgrade for their next race.
Thanks for update.
Wishes there was a like function for posts! Thanks for putting this one up :)
Was just searching for this yesterday in the FAQ. Maybe it should be pinned there as well.
Hello I was disqualified from an event this week using the rule
𝐔𝐏𝐆 - Entering a category below the one listed on your ZwiftPower profile. Typically used if you see ZwiftPower category overrides wkg.

My profile is cat D and I entered in that category. Can anyone explain why my result was removed? Thanks Dave Strugs.
D Strugs wrote:
Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:40 am
Hello I was disqualified from an event this week using the rule
𝐔𝐏𝐆 - Entering a category below the one listed on your ZwiftPower profile. Typically used if you see ZwiftPower category overrides wkg.

My profile is cat D and I entered in that category. Can anyone explain why my result was removed? Thanks Dave Strugs.
https://zwiftpower.com/events.php?zid=195652

Look in the live feed.

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The leftmost letter indicates your ZwiftPower category before the event.

Furthermore if you click on your height in the 'Filtered' results tab you will see further info.

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Thank you. New to this stuff.
I've just seen a NDR disq code. What is that one?
doctordevlin wrote:
Thu Sep 05, 2019 11:04 am
I've just seen a NDR disq code. What is that one?
Link?
S.ticky wrote:
Thu Sep 05, 2019 2:55 pm
doctordevlin wrote:
Thu Sep 05, 2019 11:04 am
I've just seen a NDR disq code. What is that one?
Link?
events.php?zid=217127