From the papers

"I just wasn't fast enough," said Nguyen, a 23-year-old engineer from
Pennsylvania. Asked how it felt to take second place, he was clearly
disappointed: "I just got beaten by a teenage girl, but you know."

Tirosh, who said she practiced with her friend and trainer Amy, who
threw out random words or symbols and even motivational Buddhist
quotes, admitted to feeling a certain pressure due to the home side
advantage.

Wearing a satin boxing robe before her championship bout against
Pozgar, she said success would come down to who could marry lightning
speed and accuracy.

"It's about balance."

She said she owed her success to relaxation and deep breathing.

So dedicated is she to the art that Tirosh apparently unwittingly uses abbreviations such as BTW (by the way), TTYL (talk to you later) and LOL (laughing out loud) in her normal
speech.

In a tense championship final, Tirosh seemed to have won only for judges to rule she had made a 15,000-dollar error.

Pozgar, who says she wants to work in fashion when she's older, had no
hesitation about how to spend her prize money -- 10,000 dollars for the
east coast championship and a further 15,000 dollars for the national
award.

13-year-old Morgan Pozgar has dethroned 23-year-old Michael "Cheeser" Nguyen as the new Lord of Text, was faster than 250 other contestants.

What intriguing contest??

Ans-

It is the "text messaging championship".....

Cracks-

Aman
Chitananda
VONMANN

Comments

VONMANN said…
easy one. . . . .its about texting championship held at the USA.. . .
Chithananda said…
text messaging championship
aman said…
the text messaging championship

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