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Page last updated: 2022-09-10

2022 District 19 North American Pairs

October 15-16, 2022

The 2022 District 19 NAP Finals will be a two-day two-session event, played on BBO.

To be eligible for this event, players must qualify at a club-sponsored NAP qualification game during June-August 2022. There is no buy-in for those who have not qualified. Click here to check if you have qualified. If you have qualified in a district other than D19, contact Ann Romeo (annromeo@gmail.com).

You will find detailed information in the Flyer for D19 NAP 2022.

If you are considering participating in the upcoming NAPs, please make sure to read the Conditions of Contest first! 

Then, click here to register you and your partner.


Results from past NAPs

2019-2020 D19’s North American Pairs (NAP) Finals

Delta, BC, October 12-13, 2019

Flight A winners, James Wu and Sidney Yang

Flight B winners Paul Conroy and Dave Baer

Flight C winners Lucy Zhong and Jack Qi

Get the 2019-2020 D19 NAP Flyer and Conditions of Contest (CoC) .

 

2018-2019 North American Pairs (NAP) National Finals

Memphis Tennessee, March 30-31, 2019

The Flight C pairs highlighted D19’s representation at the North American Pairs (NAP) National Finals played at NABC in Memphis.

Of the 88 Flight C pairs who entered the two-day event from across the ACBL, all four D19 pairs qualified on Saturday for the two-session final on Sunday. Three of the four D19 pairs finished in the top 16 overall in the event, an amazing show of strength of Flight C pairs in D19.

Finishing 16th overall in the NAP Flight C National Finals — and becoming Life Masters in the process —Mark McWiggins and Craig Von Land, from Issaquah and Seattle, WA respectively

 

Finishing 12th overall in the NAP Flight C National Finals, Morris Chen and Qiang Hua, both of Surrey, BC

 

Finishing 13th overall in the NAP Flight C National Finals, the Souza brothers Felipe and Guilherme, both of Bellevue, WA

 

District 19 2017 North American Pairs Finals

The NAP 2017 Finals were held in Olympia, WA, October 21 & 22. Detailed results can be found on ACBL Live.

Top finishers were:

Flight A
1st place – Bryan Maksymetz – Dan Jacob
2nd place – Tom Carmichael – Jenni Carmichael
3rd place – Hal Antonson – David Binney

Flight B
1st place – Dave Roselle – Paul Martin
2nd place – Beau Hovda – Hugh Hendrickson
3rd place – John Krah – Daniel Poore
4th place – Xiang Tu – Yinsheng Tu

Flight C
1st place – Steven Lewis – Jolanta Janowski
2nd place – Brad Rind – Terry Jacobson
3rd place – Guilherme De Souza – Felipe Souza
4th place – Tracey Guice – Ivy French