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See also [[Speak]] (the movie).
 
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In 2018 and 2019, [[District F|Founders District]] has sponsored a "World Championship Viewing Party" locally, so that members not going to the [[International Convention]] can view the finals on closed-circuit TV.
  
 
At the 2016 World Championship, a local [[member]] of [[District F]], Josephine Lee, took third place.  At the 2019 World Championship, a local [[member]] of [[District F]], Ricky LaCorte, made it to the finals.
 
At the 2016 World Championship, a local [[member]] of [[District F]], Josephine Lee, took third place.  At the 2019 World Championship, a local [[member]] of [[District F]], Ricky LaCorte, made it to the finals.

Revision as of 17:27, 2 August 2019

The World Championship of Public Speaking is conducted by Toastmasters International at the International Convention each year. Speakers must progress through the club contest, then the area, division, district and the international semifinals in order to get to the finals, where finalists compete. The speech type is the so-called International Speech, 5-7 minutes long, and the winner may not compete again in the contest in future years. See International Speech Contest for more detail about what the speech contains

See also Speak (the movie).

In 2018 and 2019, Founders District has sponsored a "World Championship Viewing Party" locally, so that members not going to the International Convention can view the finals on closed-circuit TV.

At the 2016 World Championship, a local member of District F, Josephine Lee, took third place. At the 2019 World Championship, a local member of District F, Ricky LaCorte, made it to the finals.