Harini Logan wins the game

OXON HILL, Md. – The 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee bee won by any means before the 93rd race.


The last two contestants, Vikram Raju and Harini Logan, failed to pronounce the two words in a row between Rows 13 and 18. . Who writes very well will win Bees.

Logan – an 8th-grader from Texas – wrote 22 words correctly, compared to 15-year-old Raju, to become the champion of 2022. Officially, this year’s winning word was “moorhen” – a medium-sized bird called a “red grouse female.”

“It’s just surreal, this is such a dream,” said Logan, competing in his fourth race.

Logan, 14, almost did not pass out the meanings around Thursday. He heard a sad bell after his “pull” response was rejected.

“I was like ‘Wow, I’m out. This is it,'” Logan said.

However, the judges discussed the matter at halftime and decided that the answer would be correct, since it could mean “breeding” or “infiltration.”

Chief Justice Mary Brooks announced the verdict and Logan, who a few minutes ago heard about his changed estate, returned to his seat on stage.

“There were a few minutes between which were difficult,” a student of the Montessori School of San Antonio said.

Logan went through all the other details until his argument with Raju, which led to their separation.

Harini Logan, 14, has won the 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee.

It was as if Family Feud’s “Fast Money” tour met Spelling Bee. Questions that competitors might ask the announcer – part of speech, etymology and meaning – were not allowed. Each word must be tested – without jumping or passing – and the recorder must press the buzzer before the next word appears.

“We started the disruption because it was a great opportunity to showcase the amount of preparation for the spellers,” said Dr. J. Michael Durnil said. “Obviously, they showed their great potential in the competition.”

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