Masters’ Cup 2011: Break to Semis

Datum: Sep 24th, 2011
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Category: DDG, Themen

The motion of the break semi-finals read: “Dieses Haus würde dem Wutbürger einen Maulkorb verpassen.”

Semi 1:

  • Bastian Laubner
  • Lukas Haffert
  • Almut Graebsch
  • Marcus Ewald
  • Judges: Verena Gräf, Mario Dießner, Andrea Gau, Bernd Hoefer

Semi 2:

  • Torsten Rössing
  • Farid Schwuchow
  • Jan Lüken
  • Marietta Gädecke
  • Judges: Allison Jones, Marion Seiche, Alexander Postinett, Benedikt Nufer

The Masters’ Cup is the annual tournament which is staged at Eisenach since 2005. The venue for the final is the ballroom at the world heritage site Wartburg. The Masters’ style was specifically developed for the Masters’ Cup where teams will be allocated by drawing lots. In teams of two, every speaker gets a time of seven minutes. The jurors judge content, strategy and method equally. As speakers, all members of DDG as well as those awarded the DDG prize for the best junior speaker are welcome, while as judges, debaters from all societies are accepted. An overview over the past Masters’ Cups can be found on the DDG homepage.

The Masters’ Cup is the annual tournament, which is taking place in Eisenach since 2005. The venue for the final is the ballroom at the world heritage site Wartburg. The Masters’ style was specifically developed for the Masters’ Cup where teams will be allocated by drawing lots. In teams of two, every speaker gets a time of seven minutes. The adjudicators judge content, strategy and method equally. Chief adjudicators are traditionally the president of VDCH (Association of German and German speaking Debating Societies at Universities) and one member of the executive board of DDG. As speakers, all members of DDG as well as those awarded the DDG prize for the best junior speaker are welcome, while as judges, debaters from all societies are accepted. Jens Fischer won last year’s Masters’ Cup. An overview over the past Masters’ Cups can be found on the DDG homepage.

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