WSDC 2010 – Round 3 & 4


This is part of the WSDC 2010 series as I recount and report on the World School Debating Championship 2010 from Doha, Qatar as a debater, blogger and Hong Kong national team member.

After two difficult rounds, here are the preliminary results for Round 3 & 4

R1 : That we should support military intervention in Somalia
R2 : That we would make physical education compulsory in schools
R3 : That every country should have the right to possess nuclear weapons
R4 : That we support quotas for women in high government positions

Round 3

Ireland 2 – Chile 1
Cyprus 0 – Wales 3
Greece 3 – Lithuania 0
China 1 – Indonesia 2
Bosnia & Herzegovina 0 – Netherlands 3
England 3 – Sweden 0
Nepal 0 – Bermuda 3

Hong Kong 3 – Germany 0

Singapore 3 – Turkey 0
Bulgaria 0 – Qatar 3
Scotland 1 – Bangladesh 2
Sudan 1 – Botswana 2
Peru 3 – Lebanon 0
Montenegro 0 – South Africa 3
Estonia 2 – Mongolia 1
Slovakia 0 – Slovenia 3
Australia 3 – Japan 0
Nigeria 0 – Philippines 3
Korea 1 – India 2
Namibia 1 – Kuwait 2
New Zealand 3 – Romania 0
Croatia 0 – United States 3
Israel 1 – Malaysia 2
UAE 0 – Sri Lanka 3
Argentina 2 – Russia 1
Thailand 0 – Canada 3
Uganda 0 – Mexico 3
Czech Republic 0 – Pakistan 3

Round 4

Wales 1 – Ireland 2
Chile 3 – Cyprus 0
Indonesia 0 – Greece 3
Lithuania 1 – China 2
Netherlands 0 – England 3
Sweden 3 – Bosnia & H 0

Bermuda 1 – Hong Kong 2

Germany 3 – Nepal 0
Qatar 0 – Singapore 3
Turkey 2 – Bulgaria 1
Botswana 0 – Scotland 3
Bangladesh 1 – Sudan 2
South Africa 2 – Peru 1
Lebanon 1 – Montenegro 2
Slovenia 1 – Estonia 2
Mongolia 2 – Slovakia 1
Philippines 0 – Australia 3
Japan 3 – Nigeria 0
Kuwait 0 – Korea 3
India 2 – Namibia 1
United States 0 – New Zealand 3
Sri Lanka 0 – Israel 3
Malaysia 0 – UAE 3
Canada 3 – Argentina 0
Palestine 0 – Thailand 3
Pakistan 1 – Mexico 2
Uganda 0 – Czech Republic 3
Romania 3 – Russia 0

Awaiting team results

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7 comments

  1. Thanks for taking the time to give us such detailed information on the tournament – your website is infinitely more informative than the official one ! Well done!

    Keep up the good work and good luck in the competition.

    Mori

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