Das DDM Heimspiel 2022
Im Gegensatz zu den Regios mussten wir bei den Deutschsprachigen Debattiermeisterschaften zwischen dem 03.06. und dem 06.06. keine lange Zugfahrt auf uns nehmen, sondern als die Ausrichter nur aus dem Bett fallen Naja, nicht ganz: Wie viele andere im Club standen auch sie am Freitag schon auf der Matte und halfen unter anderem dabei, über […]
Jackpot from afar: Trinity IV 2022
As much as we miss debating in person, online tournaments do have the upshots of massively reducing travel time. So, instead of flying to Dublin for the Trinity Intervarsity tournament this February, we all met up at the WU campus here in Vienna – thanks again for the rooms, Regis! There, we ate a dubiously […]
On the Contingent of Burning Ambition: DKWien at WUDC Berlin 2013
Madlen joined DKWien in 2012 and after not even a year of debating she joined the DKWien Mission2Break contingent to Berlin WUDC 2013. Since the Vienna teams narrowly scraped past the break, Mission2Break was renamed into MissionToBreaknight; WUDC Berlin was a blast for everyone who had the pleasure to go there. Read Madlen’s thoughts for more […]
Battle for Belgrade – The Chips Are Down!
For the first time since its inception Debattierklub Wien had more teams applying for a Championship then there were slots available. Five teams competed for 3 slots, all of them had their merits and none of us knew how to settle that. Hence we decided to run the EUDC trials and find it out the […]
Debates, Trains, Bicycles – Dutch Open 2012
Assume you receive an email on a Monday at about 1am offering you a team slot at a good tournament in the Netherlands, which starts off 4 days later. What would you do? The correct answer is looking up a flight of course. At least for Melanie Sindelar and Stefan Zweiker who confirmed the slot […]
Early birds – Vienna IV 2012
Read about the Vienna IV through the lenses of last year’s convener of the Vienna IV 2011, Leonhard Weese and what he has to say about the challenges of running a tournament. He also reveals how the orgcom turned a draconian punctuality into a real treat for the participants.