2004 World Championship Results

2004 Championships Official Results

 If you consider yourself an RPS player then there was nowhere on earth more exciting to be than in Toronto on Saturday October 16th. The 2004 Rock Paper Scissors World Championships brought competitors from as far away as Australia, The Czech Republic, Norway, 21 U.S. States and coast-to-coast representation in Canada….

2004 Championships Official Results

If you consider yourself an RPS player then there was nowhere on earth more exciting to be than in Toronto on Saturday October 16th. The 2004 Rock Paper Scissors World Championships brought competitors from as far away as Australia, The Czech Republic, Norway, 21 U.S. States and coast-to-coast representation in Canada.

Fox Sports Net was there in force preparing for a one hour television event (air date TBD). There were loads of other media from around the globe (including CNN and NHK in Japan) covering the premiere event in the RPS season. Check out the photos from the 2004 RPS International World Championships.

The action was intense, showing just how many players had prepped by reading The Official Rock Paper Scissors Strategy Guide. While all competitors deserve a tremendous amount of respect, no one deserves it more than Lee Rammage — the 2004 Champ. His brilliant combination of gender-based insight, quick delivery and sheer bravado left all of his opponents clipped, dulled and smothered.

 


World Champion and Gold Medalist

Lee Rammage, Burlington, Canada (Team Everyman)

Silver Medalist

Heather Birrell, Toronto, Canada (Team What would Jesus Throw)
Note: Heather is the first female RPS Medalist since the format change in 2002

Bronze Medalist

Chris Berggeren, Michigan, United States (Team Smoot)

Congratulations to all. Here is how the final match broke down

Set 1
Birrell Rammage
S S
S R*
S R*
Set 2
Birrell Rammage
R* S
S R*
R P
Set 3
Birrell Rammage
R R
S* P
R R
P P
S S
P P
R R
S* P
Set 4
Birrell Rammage
S* P
R R
P* R
Set 5
Birrell Rammage
R P*
S R*