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Bobby Benedicto- Now based in Melbourne, Bobby has been DCA for three Asian Championships (2004 All-Asians, 2005 AUDC, 2007 All-Asians), for the 2005 Australs, and for an unknown number of local tournaments. As a debater, Bobby won two National Championships (2000, 2001), two Asian Championships (2002, 2003 - also Best Speaker, Best Speaker in the Final), made two Australs semis (2002, 2003), and broke twice at Worlds (2002, 2003).
Leloy Claudio- One of Australasia's most accomplished speakers, Leloy has won an amazing three Asian Debate Championships (2004 All-Asians, 2006 and 2007 AUDC). He reached the Grand Final of Australs in 2005 and the Semifinal in 2006 (also named 5th Best Speaker). As a first-year, he won the National Debate Championship and made the Worlds Quarterfinals. Lel has won various other competitions and has adjudicated in others, most recently as CA of the 2006 Nationals.
Sharmila Parmanand- One of Australasia's most accomplished debaters. Along with Leloy, she is the only other person to have won 3 Asian championships (2005, 2006, and 2007 AUDC). She reached the Australs Grand Final in 2005 and the Semifinal in 2006. She also won the National Debate Championship in 2005 and broke in Worlds in 2006.