OXON HILL, Maryland (AP) — Two spellers were declared co-champions of the Scripps National Spelling Bee — the first time in 52 years.
Indian-Americans Sriram Hathwar of New York and Ansun Sujoe of Texas shared the title Thursday after a riveting final-round duel in which they nearly exhausted the 25 designated championship words. After they spelled a dozen words correctly in a row, they both were named champions.
The past eight winners and 13 of the past 17 have been of Indian descent, a run that began in 1999 after Nupur Lala’s victory, which was later featured in the documentary “Spellbound.”
What the fuck is this? This isn’t little league baseball where the score is not supposed to mean anything. This is the Scripps National Spelling Bee. It is covered by the ESPN Network. You can’t end a National Championship in a fucking tie. Ran out of words? Go find some more. Scripps should be embarrassed for running into this situation. Also, where are the true Americans at? Damn Indians crushing the competition and then crushing pussy afterwards. Good for them.
I guess this Jacob kid stole the show with this antics. Here is one of them. Cocky mother fucker. Hope you learned this lesson after this mistake. I mean, who doesn’t know how to spell “kabaragoya”. Dumbass. He is definitely not getting any pussy in the near future.