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 #80 Keeneland Race Course   











 #37 The MLB League Championship Series   











 #94 Dodger Stadium   











 #99 Madison Square Garden   











 #103 Stamford Bridge   











 #33 Fenway Park   











 #121 The Head of the Charles Regatta   











 #93 Camp Randall Stadium at University of Wisconsin   











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#80

Keeneland Race Course

Published October 3, 2018

#37

The MLB League Championship Series

Published October 8, 2018

#94

Dodger Stadium

Published October 15, 2018

#99

Madison Square Garden

Published October 15, 2018

#103

Stamford Bridge

Published October 15, 2018

#33

Fenway Park

Published October 15, 2018

#121

The Head of the Charles Regatta

Published October 15, 2018

#93

Camp Randall Stadium at University of Wisconsin

Published October 15, 2018

#118

Husky Stadium at University of Washington

Published October 15, 2018

#119

La Bombonera

Published October 15, 2018

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Greg Thomas

339 Points - 37 Events

Latonia, KY

Sports Traveler
#2

Damain Bratcher

323 Points - 43 Events

Union, KY

Sports Traveler
#3

Eric Anderson

321 Points - 34 Events

Alpharetta, GA

Sports Traveler
#4

Frank Schott

320 Points - 30 Events

Bellevue, WA

Sports Traveler
#5

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313 Points - 47 Events

Shakopee, MN

Sports Traveler
#6

Dave Kirk

275 Points - 31 Events

Glencoe, IL

Sports Traveler
#7

Joe Reedy

273 Points - 39 Events

Burlington, KY

Sports Traveler
#8

Tom Walsh

271 Points - 37 Events

Cincinnati, OH

Sports Traveler
#9

Gary Neft

269 Points - 30 Events

Pittsburgh, PA

Sports Traveler
#10

Daniel Mellenthin

251 Points - 22 Events

Madison, WI

Sports Traveler
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Los Angeles, California, US

138.50 Points - 34 Events

#2

New York, New York, US

117.00 Points - 31 Events

#3

Boston, Massachusetts, US

108.65 Points - 28 Events

#4

Dallas, Texas, US

82.10 Points - 23 Events

#5

Chicago, Illinois, US

80.75 Points - 22 Events

#6

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US

76.00 Points - 23 Events

#7

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US

69.90 Points - 20 Events

#8

Detroit, Michigan, US

69.80 Points - 18 Events

#9

Atlanta, Georgia, US

67.80 Points - 18 Events

#10

Washington, District of Columbia, US

67.30 Points - 21 Events

#26

Wrigley Field (175)

Published September 25, 2018

#34

NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament Game (146)

Published March 12, 2018

#66

Monday Night Football (140)

Published October 9, 2017

#33

Fenway Park (129)

Published October 15, 2018

#47

Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Game (122)

Published March 26, 2018

#60

Notre Dame Stadium (119)

Published October 8, 2018

#59

Yankee Stadium (116)

Published October 8, 2018

#107

Oriole Park at Camden Yards (96)

Published September 20, 2018

#8

The World Series (94)

Published October 24, 2017

#37

The MLB League Championship Series (91)

Published October 8, 2018

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The top ten national teams compete for the world teenage championship. The losers can be relegated to a lower bracket for future years.

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