From Malasian Debaters mailing list:

From the 25-28th of March the 6th Borneo Debating Championship was held at UMSEDC.

UTMARA 1 (Aerie Rahman, Rafiq Saladdin & Muhd Shafiq B Ahmed Bazari) won the competition defeating MMUM 1 in the final. Shafiq from UTMARA 1 as the best speaker in the final.
The list of top 10 speakers and breaking teams are as follows:
1)Rafiq Saladdin - UTMARA 1

2)Muhd Shafiq B Ahmed Bazari - UTMARA 1
3)Aerie Rahman - UTMARA 1
4)Syed Sharbini Rafie - Swinburne 1
March 30, 2011
From Malasian Debaters mailing list:

From the 25-28th of March the 6th Borneo Debating Championship was held at UMSEDC.

UTMARA 1 (Aerie Rahman, Rafiq Saladdin & Muhd Shafiq B Ahmed Bazari) won the competition defeating MMUM 1 in the final. Shafiq from UTMARA 1 as the best speaker in the final.
The list of top 10 speakers and breaking teams are as follows:
1)Rafiq Saladdin - UTMARA 1

2)Muhd Shafiq B Ahmed Bazari - UTMARA 1
3)Aerie Rahman - UTMARA 1
4)Syed Sharbini Rafie - Swinburne 1
March 30, 2011
From http://thedebatingnews.wordpress.com/

All of us wants to go to WUPID – that’s what I was told. But when you actually come from an institution that is entitled to a zero registration fee policy, your determination is kind of slowed down a bit as the challenge of acquiring sponsorship for your airfare seems rather distant.


March 17, 2011
From http://thedebatingnews.wordpress.com/

All of us wants to go to WUPID – that’s what I was told. But when you actually come from an institution that is entitled to a zero registration fee policy, your determination is kind of slowed down a bit as the challenge of acquiring sponsorship for your airfare seems rather distant.


March 17, 2011
The 3rd Malaysia Debate Open, held at Multimedia University, Melaka last weekend has been really amazing. Within a short time frame of three days, we had 96 teams from 11 countries debated in 7 prelims and 4 break rounds. The tournament had been exceptional well run with only an hour delay on each day despite having to accommodate a sudden increase of 20 teams that came on day 1, and an additional preliminary round.
March 14, 2011
The 3rd Malaysia Debate Open, held at Multimedia University, Melaka last weekend has been really amazing. Within a short time frame of three days, we had 96 teams from 11 countries debated in 7 prelims and 4 break rounds. The tournament had been exceptional well run with only an hour delay on each day despite having to accommodate a sudden increase of 20 teams that came on day 1, and an additional preliminary round.
March 14, 2011
Here is an e-mail from the debateasia mailing list.  It details the result of the recent SEO debating tournament.  It also seems to have been an initial dry run for many of the systems that will be used at next year's Worlds which is interesting to note this far out.
February 23, 2011

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