Since 2007, the Nijmegen Student Debating Society Trivium (N.S.D.V. Trivium) has annually organised the Trivium Tournament. In 2019, the name of the tournament was changed to the Nijmegen Open.
Date: Not yet known
Contact information organisation: firstname.lastname@example.org
Format: British Parliamentary
Speech lengths: 7 minutes
The first edition happened as the “Trivium All-round Debattoernooi”, where the debates were held in three different debate formats (AP, BP, and eloquence). In 2008 and 2009, the tournament was held in AP, where the tournament held the status of Dutch Debating Championships (colloquially called NK from the Dutch Nederlands Kampioenschap) in 2009. In 2010, it was decided that the tournament would be using the BP-style after that. In 2017 and 2018, the WSDC-style was used, where teams consist of 3 debaters who are also judged on their presentation. In 2019, the name was changed to the Nijmegen Open, where the switch was made to the English language. Unfortunately, that edition needed to be cancelled but it was organized again in English in 2020, held online due to the coronacrisis .
|2020||37||Roel Schoenmakers & Lotte Claassen||Roel Schoenmakers||Tab|
|2018||?||Floris Holstege & Lisa Schallenberg & Devin van den Berg||?|
|2017||12||Roel Becker & Romée Lind & Jeroen Wijnen||– Argumentation: Devin van den Berg & Gigi Gil|
– Presentation: Devin van den Berg
|2016||32||Alex Klein & Gigi Gil||Gigi Gil||Tab|
|2010||28||Lars Duursma & Victor Vlam||Sarie Muijs||Tab|
|2009 (NK)||38||Rutger Vos & Salar al-Khafaji||Julius Lindenbergh||Tab|
|2008||32||Marina Lacroix & Salar al-Khafaji||Gijs Schumacher||Tab|
|2007||20||Eric Stam & Mark Reijman||Eric Stam|