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Saturday, August 11, 2007

National Geographic World Championship 

The National Geographic World Championship is an international student competition held every two years and this year, the event, which was held at SeaWorld San Diego, has been won by Mexico who defeated defending champions USA. Canada took third place, finishing ahead of the other teams from Argentina, Australia, Bulgaria, Chinese Taipei, France, Germany, Ghana, Hungary, India, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore and United Kingdom.

The winning question was: "What historic site was carved from sandstone in about 1200 B.C.? This site includes two huge temples and statues of an ancient ruler." Mexico correctly answered, "Abu Simbel."

Here is a video clip of Mexico answering the winning question, courtesy of National Geographic, who organized the competition that was sponsored by SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Adventure Parks.

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