WUDC Malaysia 2015: Full results!

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WUDC Malaysia 2015: Full results!

WUDCMalaysiaWUDC Malaysia 2015 has come to an end and all results have been released. We will provide you with all results and a link to the full Tab.

 

Results of the Finals

Winner Open Grand Final: Sydney A

Winner ESL Grand Final: CUHK A

Winner EFL Grand Final: Adam Mickiewicz A

 

Finals Best Speakers

Open: Edward Miller (Sydney A)

ESL: Samuel Chan Kai Yui (CUHK A)

EFL: Dawid Bartkowiak (Adam Mickiewicz A)

 

Top ten Open teams

1. Cambridge A (25 points, 1522 speaker points)

2. Hart House A (22/1498)

3. Harvard A (21/1501)

4. BPP A (21/1493)

5. Cambridge B (21/1490)

6. Sydney D (21/1461)

7. Melbourne A (20/1485)

8. Oxford B (20/1473)

9. Durham A (20/1471)

10. IIUM A (20/1471)*

 

* This team is participating as an ESL team, but due to their high ranking on the tab they break in the Open category.

 

Top ten ESL teams

1. IIUM A (20/1471)

2. APU A (19/1405)

3. IBADU A (18/1410)

4. Belgrade A (17/1456)

5. Gadjah Mada A* (17/1385)

6. CUHK A (16/1407)

7. BFSU A* (16/1394)

8. Indonesia A (16/1391)

9. Dhaka A (16/1388)

10. Xavier A (16/1387)

 

* These teams are participating as EFL teams, but due to their high ranking on the tab they break ESL.

 

Top ten EFL teams

1. Gadjah Mada A (17/1385)

2. BFSU A (16/1394)

3. Keio A (16/1374)

4. ISA A (15/1375)

5. Bauman A (15/1354)

6. Indonesia C (14/1351)

7. MIPT A (14/1350)

8. Potsdam A (14/1348)

9. Adam Mickiewicz A (14/1348)

10. Binus International A (13/1346)

 

Top ten best Open speakers

1. Ashish Kumar (Cambridge A) – 764 points, 84.9 average

2. Michael Dunn/Goekjian (Cambridge A) – 758 points, 84.2 average

3. Veenu Goswami (Hart House A) – 753 points, 83.7 average

4. Bo Seo (Harvard A) – 752 points, 83.6 average

5. Thomas Simpson (Cambridge B) – 749 points, 83.2 average

Fanelesibonge Mashwama (Harvard A)

Michael O’Dwyer (BPP A)

8. Tyrone Connell (Melbourne A) – 748 points, 83.1 average

9. Joe McGrade (Hart House A) – 745 points, 82.8 average

10. Joshua Baxter (Auckland A) – 744 points, 82.7 average

 

Top ten best ESL speakers

1. Syed Saddiq (IIUM A) – 739 points, 82.1 average

2. Mubarrat Wassey (IIUM A) – 732 points, 81.3 average

3. Helena Ivanov (Belgrade A) – 731 points, 81.2 average

4. Stefan Sirid (Belgrade A) – 725 points, 80.6 average

5. Joonpyo Sohn (Brown A) – 717 points, 79.7 average

Ameera Natasha Moore (IIUM  B)

7. Viktor Prlja (Belgrade B) – 711 points, 79 average

8. Wasifa Noshin (IBADU A) – 710 points, 78.9 average

9. Junhyub Lee (Seoul NUDA B) – 709 points, 78.8 average

10. Johan B (Stockholm A) – 708 points, 78.7 average

 

Top ten best EFL speakers

1. Ivy Yu (BFSU A) – 698 points, 77.6 average

2. Angela Xie (BFSU A) – 696 points, 77.3 average

3. Wida Wahyuni (Gadjah Mada A) – 693 points, 77 average

4. Mitsushi Ono (Keio A) – 692 points, 76,9 average

5. Indriani Pratiwi (Gadjah Mada A) – 692 poinnts, 76,9 average

6. Roderick Jonathan Martua (Indonesia A) – 691 points, 76,8 average

7. Sophie Vengerova (ISA A) – 689 points, 76.7 average

8. Sangwoo Park (Seoul NUDA A) – 688 points, 76.4 average

9. Muhammad Lutfi (Bandung A) – 687 points, 76.3 average

10. Ivan Velentey (ISA A) – 686 points, 76.2 average

 

Masters

Winners Final: Better Together

Best Speaker: Adam Hawksbee

Best Team: Nagorno-Karabakh

 

Public Speaking

Winner Final: Hassan Shaheen

2nd place: Obiyo Daniel

3rd place: Natalie Wang

 

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