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'''Jeopardy!''' is an American game show somewhat similar to [[quizbowl]] in that questions are asked and answers are given (although the show claims to be [[Weiner's Laws|cute]] by reversing this).
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'''''Jeopardy!''''' is an American game show somewhat similar to [[quizbowl]] in that questions are asked and answers are given (although the show claims to be [[Weiner's Laws|cute]] by reversing this).
  
 
==Quizbowlers on Jeopardy!==
 
==Quizbowlers on Jeopardy!==
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*[[Tori Amos]] - Played in the 2013 Teen Tournament
 
*[[Tori Amos]] - Played in the 2013 Teen Tournament
 
*[[Shawn Askew]] - One day co-champion in 1997.
 
*[[Shawn Askew]] - One day co-champion in 1997.
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*[[Zach Atwell]] - Competed in the first round of the 2017 College Championship for [[Kentucky]].
 
*[[Craig Barker]] - Won 1997 College Tournament.
 
*[[Craig Barker]] - Won 1997 College Tournament.
 
*[[Chip Beall]] - Was on the show in the '80s.  
 
*[[Chip Beall]] - Was on the show in the '80s.  
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*[[Josh Levy]] - Second Runner Up in 1999 College Tournament
 
*[[Josh Levy]] - Second Runner Up in 1999 College Tournament
 
*[[Jimmy Li]]
 
*[[Jimmy Li]]
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*[[1998 State College|Aaron Lichtig]] - One-day Champion
 
*[[David Madden]] - 19 day champion in 2005; Tournament of Champions Semifinalist in 2006. Defeated Watson twice in beta-testing at IBM headquarters.
 
*[[David Madden]] - 19 day champion in 2005; Tournament of Champions Semifinalist in 2006. Defeated Watson twice in beta-testing at IBM headquarters.
 
*[[Daniel M. Maggin]] - Lost to Larissa Kelly.
 
*[[Daniel M. Maggin]] - Lost to Larissa Kelly.
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*[[Samantha Ross]] - Much to her surprise, she won a total of $15,000.
 
*[[Samantha Ross]] - Much to her surprise, she won a total of $15,000.
 
*[[Brad Rutter]] - Won Ultimate Tournament of Champions, [[Chip Beall|Chip]] partisan.
 
*[[Brad Rutter]] - Won Ultimate Tournament of Champions, [[Chip Beall|Chip]] partisan.
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*[[Nibir Sarma]] - Won College Championship in 2020.
 
*[[Ben Schenkel]] - Runner-Up in 2007 Teen Tournament.
 
*[[Ben Schenkel]] - Runner-Up in 2007 Teen Tournament.
 
*[[Aaron Schroeder]] - Five day Champion in 2008. 2009 Tournament of Champions Finalist.
 
*[[Aaron Schroeder]] - Five day Champion in 2008. 2009 Tournament of Champions Finalist.
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*[[Brian Weikle]] - Set numerous records, many of which were broken by Ken Jennings.
 
*[[Brian Weikle]] - Set numerous records, many of which were broken by Ken Jennings.
 
*[[Leo Wolpert]] - Lost to Ken Jennings.  Still extraordinarily bitter about the whole thing.
 
*[[Leo Wolpert]] - Lost to Ken Jennings.  Still extraordinarily bitter about the whole thing.
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*[[Jeff Xie]] - Won the 2014 Teen Tournament.
 
*[[Jan Zasowski]] - Two day champion in 2011.
 
*[[Jan Zasowski]] - Two day champion in 2011.
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[[Category:Quizbowl TV shows]]
 
[[Category:Quizbowl TV shows]]
 
[[Category:Original QBWiki Page]]
 
[[Category:Original QBWiki Page]]

Latest revision as of 18:59, 17 April 2020

Jeopardy! is an American game show somewhat similar to quizbowl in that questions are asked and answers are given (although the show claims to be cute by reversing this).

Quizbowlers on Jeopardy!

Several former and current quizbowlers have appeared on Jeopardy. Here is a non-exhaustive list: