Success for DKWien at PEP IV 2017

From 7th to 9th of April 2017, DKWien has sent four teams and one judge to compete in the PEP IV tournament in Belgrade. Competing were Katja & Paul, Miri & Mark, Dariusz & Vin,  Katarina & Jan-Gunther (St.Gallen), and Ingo as judge. All four teams and our judge broke into the semi-finals, ergo half of the […]

DKWien Team wins the Leiden Open Novice Final 2016

With great pleasure we announce that Anna Neuber & Kata Sebők are the champions of the Leiden Open Novice Final 2016. Competing as the team “The Wien Machine”, they broke after five preliminary rounds into the Novice Final together with three other teams from England, including a team from Oxford,  and the Netherlands.  Kata and Anna, […]

DKWien wins the SOAS IV 2015!

The SOAS IV, held annually by the SOAS Debating Society, is one of the largest and most well-known tournaments in Europe. This year’s event, CAd by Joe Dyer, Helena Ivanov, Michael DG and Jamie Batchelor became especially appealing to us after the announcement that there would be no registration fees for international teams. As with […]

Budapest Open 2015 a.k.a. the BPO15

This House believes that everybody should go to debating tournaments! Randomly scrolling through the depths of Facebook on a Thursday night, a wild BPO post appeared! A twist of fate! We decided to throw away our boring weekend plans and head to the Budapest Open the next day! On the road with DKWien The next […]

We are the ESL champions of Cambridge Women’s Open 2014!

We are incredibly proud to announce that Melanie Sindelar and Madlen Stottmeyer are the winners of this years’ Cambridge Women’s Open in the ESL Category. They also did incredibly well on the speaker tab and were declared 5th and 8th best ESL speaker respectively. Vienna A (also their teamname for the upcoming World Championships) also […]

Belgrade Open 2014

DK WIEN AT BELGRADE OPEN 2014 by Ingo Bandhauer The Vienna delegation in Belgrade From October 24th to October 26th 2014, Open Communication (or Otvorena komunikacija in Serbian) hosted the Belgrade Open 2014. The DK Wien delegation members (two judges, three teams) arrived separately and in groups, some of us early, others rather late. Essentially, […]