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6 Indian-born students under 8 win US National Spelling Bee – India's reach in the US personality



  India's Reach in the Role of the USA

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India's Reach in the Role of the USA

Reaffirming the dominance of Indian-Americans, a record of six Indian-born students, were under eight, who jointly won the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee 2019 and brought home more than $ 50,000 in cash and prizes in an "unprecedented" competition ,

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  Record-breaking story

2 / 6 [1965513] Record history It's the first time in the 94-year history of the competition that more than two co-champions have been named were.

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  World Champion

3 / 6 [196552020] World Champion Rishik Gandhasri, 13, of California; Saketh Sundar, 13, from Maryland; Shruthika Padhy, 13, from New Jersey; Sohum Sukhatankar, 13, from Texas; Abhijay Kodali, 12, from Texas; Rohan Raja, 13, from Texas; Christopher Serrao (13) from New Jersey and Erin Howard (14) from Alabama have been named co-champions.

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  Spelling mistakes

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Spelling mistakes [19659007] For Rishik Gandhasri, the winning word was "final".

Erin Howard wrote "Erysipelas" correctly.

Saketh Sundar won on "Bougainvillea".

And Shruthika Padhy won with "Aiguillette".

Sohum Sukhatankar, spelled correctly "pendeloque".

Abhijay Kodali, spelled correctly "palama."

Christopher Serrao, won with "cernuous."

Rohan's winning word was "odylic."

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  10% made it to the final cut

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10% made it to the final cut

"I was the last one," said Rohan After all was over.

"I had to see how everyone got applause," he said.

A total of 50 of the 562 Spellers reached the finals, 34 of them eliminated during the afternoon rounds.

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  Nerd Spelling Match

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Nerd Spelling Match

Profile, high pressure endurance test as well as nerd spelling and Speller prepare for months on it .

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