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2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee Winning Moment


2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee Winning Moment

Karthik Nemmani spells koinonia, in the 18th round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, earning him the title of champion.

Karthik Nemmani: 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee champion

The winning moments of the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee.

National Spelling Bee Champion Stunned at Win: 'It's Like a Dream Come True'

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A 12-year-old girl from California became the Scripps National Spelling Bee champ Thursday night after fierce competition from her fellow pint-sized competitors. Ananya Vinay spent 45 minutes and nearly two dozen rounds going back and forth with 10-year-old Rohan Rajeev, who eventually misspelled the word marram. Vinay looked stunned when she took the crown for correctly spelling marocain, a dress fabric.

Girl makes history at National Spelling Bee

Reagan Remmers became only the fifth speller in the past 20 years allowed to return to competition after misspelling a word.


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Spelling Bee | 6-Year-Old Kid Makes History at National Spelling Bee

Akash Vukoti of San Angelo, Texas, is the youngest contestant ever to reach the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee: Final moments

Jairam Hathwar and Nihar Janga spell their final words at the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor, MD, on June 26.

Spelling Bee ends in an unprecedented 8-way tie | 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee

The 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee finished in the 20th round, with all 8 remaining participants spelling their words correctly to be crowned co-champions.

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2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee Declares First-Ever Group of Co-Champions

In an unprecedented display of academic achievement, eight spellers have become co-champions of the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee, making history as the first group to share the coveted title in the 92 years of the storied event.

Vanya Shivashankar and Gokul Venkatachalam win 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee

The final moments of 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee, won by Indian Americans Vanya Shivashankar and Gokul Venkatachalam.

Scripps National Spelling Bee 2015 - Last Few Minutes

Gokul Venkatachalam and Vanya Shivashankar had an amazing win in the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee!

Spell off with top winners from Scripps National Spelling Bee

Staffers from The Dallas Morning News put their spelling skills to the test against the three top winners in the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee.


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2018 WCPO/Scripps Regional Spelling Bee (Kentucky and Indiana)

Dozens of competitors from Ohio took part in the 2018 WCPO 9 On Your Side/Scripps Regional Spelling Bee. Tanvi Rakesh from Longbranch Elementary School won the Kentucky/Indiana competition with the word canoa, a sloop-rigged fishing boat common in the Amazon delta.

1997 Scripps National Spelling Bee | Final Round | Prem Murthy Trivedi Rebecca Sealfon

1997 Scripps National Spelling Bee | Final Round | Prem Murthy Trivedi Rebecca Sealfon

The 70th Scripps National Spelling Bee was held in Washington, D.C. on May 28-29, 1997, sponsored by the E.W. Scripps Company.
Thirteen-year-old Rebecca Sealfon, from Brooklyn, New York won the competition by correctly spelling the word euonym.[2] Sealfon's exclamation while spelling her final, winning word has been called one of the most notable moments from National Spelling Bee history, a made for YouTube moment.[3][4]
Second-place went to 11-year old Prem Murthy Trivedi of Howell, New Jersey, and third to 13-year old Sudheer Potru of Beverly Hills, Michigan.[

Highlights from the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee

Take a look back at Bee Week 2017, including coverage from local media across the country and 2017 champ Ananya Vinay's winning moment.

Best of the 2018 Preliminaries

The Preliminaries of the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee took place on Tuesday, May 29, and Wednesday, May 30. Twice the competition days yield twice as many buzzworthy moments!

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Winning moment for Spelling Bee Co-Champions

Sriram Hathwar from Corning, New York, and Ansun Sujoe, from Forth Worth, Texas, are Co-Champions of the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee. Watch their winning moment!

Scripps National Spelling Bee 2019 I Round 2 I Akash and Amrita Vukoti

This is the video of me and my sister Amrita spelling the words correctly in the Round - 2 of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, near Washington DC.
We are thankful to the Scripps National Spelling Bee for the opportunity.
Pic Credit: Scripps National Spelling Bee / Mark Bowen

Akash Vukoti — 2016 Spelling Bee Winner

Final round of the Standard-Times' 2016 Scripps Spelling Bee. March 5, 2016 at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.

Meet 2016's Scripps National Spelling Bee Winners

Nihar Janga, 11, of Austin, Texas, and Jairam Hathwar, 13, of Corning, New York, are co-winners of the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee, which ended in a tie for the third year in a row. They join Tanya Rivero to discuss all things bee, why everyone was dabbing at the contest, and more. Photo: Getty

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