WSDC 2013 – End of Round 3 Standings


Standings after round 1, 2 and 3. Individual results can be found seperately. No teams have managed a perfect record; Ireland who were on a perfect record prior to Round 3 lost to New Zealand. A number of historically strong teams have also seen some unexpected losses including Pakistan who has lost against England, South Korea and Qatar. Philippines (last year’s semi-finalist), Wales (last year’s Grand-finalists) and South Africa all have only 1 win in the bag, but arguably some of the more difficult clashes out of the way.

Australia (3 wins, 8 ballots)
England (3 wins, 8 ballots)
Hong Kong (3 wins, 8 ballots)
New Zealand (3 wins, 8 ballots)
Singapore (3 wins, 8 ballots)
Indonesia (3 wins, 7 ballots)
Netherlands (3 wins, 7 ballots)
India (2 wins, 7 ballots)
Lithuania (2 wins, 7 ballots)
Malaysia (2 wins, 7 ballots)
China (2 wins, 6 ballots)
Denmark (2 wins, 6 ballots)
Ireland (2 wins, 6 ballots)
Mexico (2 wins, 6 ballots)
Slovenia (2 wins, 6 ballots)
Swaziland (2 wins, 6 ballots)
Turkey (2 wins, 6 ballots)
USA (2 wins, 6 ballots)
Canada (2 wins, 5 ballots)
Czech Republic (2 wins, 5 ballots)
Greece (2 wins, 5 ballots)
Israel (2 wins, 5 ballots)
Scotland (2 wins, 5 ballots)
United Arab Emirates (2 wins, 5 ballots)
Korea (2 wins, 4 ballots)
Romania (1 wins, 5 ballots)
Argentina (1 wins, 4 ballots)
Estonia (1 wins, 4 ballots)
Peru (1 wins, 4 ballots)
South Africa (1 wins, 4 ballots)
Thailand (1 wins, 4 ballots)
Wales (1 wins, 4 ballots)
Chile (1 wins, 3 ballots)
Qatar (1 wins, 3 ballots)
Germany (1 wins, 2 ballots)
Mongolia (1 wins, 2 ballots)
Philippines (1 wins, 2 ballots)
Bermuda (0 wins, 2 ballots)
Pakistan (0 wins, 2 ballots)
Slovakia (0 wins, 2 ballots)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (0 wins, 1 ballots)
Kuwait (0 wins, 1 ballots)
Sweden (0 wins, 1 ballots)
Bangladesh (0 wins, 0 ballots)
Barbados (0 wins, 0 ballots)
Hungary (0 wins, 0 ballots)
Japan (0 wins, 0 ballots)
Lebanon (0 wins, 0 ballots)
Montenegro (0 wins, 0 ballots)
Nigeria (0 wins, 0 ballots)

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2 comments

  1. I saw a few matches. REALLY poor judging. My first experience of Worlds Schools has left me really disillusioned and appalled at the lack of intellectual conscience that judges/debaters are supposed to revere.

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