Here is a summary of events today.
Things ran behind schedule but that's almost a tradition at Worlds. Small things snowball on day one and before you know it you are a couple of hours behind.
Round 1 This house believes that national sporting teams should reflect the diversity of the national population
Round 2 This house believes that all countries should have the right to possess nuclear weapons
Round 3 This house believes that governments should not provide benefits on the basis of marital status
Speaker point stats from @debatemotions
Round 1 max 86 min 54 average 74
Round 2 max 87 min 59 average 75.22
Thanks to all for rapidly posting motions, progress updates and positions for the streaming debates. Stars for the day goes to @philipjbarker & @stevellano
I have not come across many results yet. I assume they will appear as the night wears on. Keep an eye on #WUDC and the blogs I listed previously. I'll summarise them later tonight.
There are a number of recorded debates already online.
Round 1 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11700099
Round 2 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11702783 NTU B v NUSC C v Macaupoly A v Duke C
Round 3 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11705376 UCD B v Sydney F v Koc A v NTU A
Round 1 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11700373
Round 2 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11702772 Munich A v Monash B v Middle Temple A v Bristol B
Round 3 (not recorded)
Round 1 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11700057
Round 2 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11702812 Jersey A v Queens B v Sophia A v UTMara A
Round 3 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11705397 ANU B v Vermont D v Binus A v Yale B
Not operating today but should be up and running tomorrow.
They had 754 Recorded Video views and 851 Unique Viewers, 1,392 Total Views of the live stream. Thanks to @Kuzevski & @idebate for the great service posting the video. This has set a new standard for future Worlds (and other championships) to follow.