The Swiss History Bee and Bowl Championships

The International History Bee and Bowl held its 2019 Swiss History Bee and Bowl Championships at SIS Basel on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Congratulations to our champions!

Varsity History Bowl – Inter-Community School of Zurich
Junior Varsity History Bowl – SIS Basel B
Middle School History Bowl – Zurich International School C

Varsity History Bee – Radu Sirboiu, Inter-Community School of Zurich
Junior Varsity History Bee – Henri Stachelin, Zurich International School
Middle School History Bee – Nathan Nicholas, Zurich International School

A big thank you to SIS Basel and to Mr. McCready for coordinating the hosting arrangements, as well as to everyone who came and competed, read, or scorekept throughout the day. We hope that those who qualified will be able to join us at the 2019 European Championships in Paris on May 24-26, and at the 2020 International History Olympiad! Thanks for a great tournament and for your support of The International History Bee and Bowl!

-Nolwenn Madden, Tournament Director

Date April 6, 2019
Registration Deadline April 5, 2019 7:00pm EST
Address Basel, Switzerland
Coordinator Nolwenn Madden
Director TBD
Schedule of Events
9:00Doors Open, Registration Begins
9:20Please arrive by this time!
9:40History Bowl Opening Meeting
10:10History Bowl Round 1
10:55History Bowl Round 2
11:35History Bowl Round 3
12:10Lunch / Intl. Geography Bee qualifying exam
1:05History Bee Opening Meeting
1:25History Bee Round 1
1:55History Bee Round 2
2:20History Bee Round 3
2:50History Bowl Round 4
3:30History Bowl Round 5
4:15History Bee Finals
5:00History Bowl Round 6/ Playoff Round 1
5:40History Bowl Playoff Round 2
  1. SIS Basel A
  2. SIS Basel B *
  3. SIS Basel C #
  4. Zurich International School A
  5. Zurich International School B *
  6. Zurich International School C #
  7. Zurich International School D #
  8. Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz *
  9. ICSZ
  10. Black Forest Academy A *
  11. Black Forest Academy B #
  12. Black Forest Academy C #
* denotes junior varsity
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