Sorry, forgot to change the privacy settings earlier guys! It should be all set to just click on it now.Here's the spreadsheet. It's pretty quick to create, so I thought I would do that at least. Mostly because it makes it way easier for me to see when teams I want to watch go on. I plan on updating at least the final results, though I may or may not update day 1 scores/placements this year.
Seems a little smaller, but not really that much. They are using B1, B2, B3, B4, and C3. There is usually B5 and C4 in there as well, so 2 less stages. The number of Worlds teams doesn't seem too much different than normal though. I can't find my 2020 spreadsheet (maybe I didn't make one?), but compared to 2019, there are actually 20 or so more Worlds teams this year.Thank you! Printing now to highlight what the family will sit down and watch together. Did you get a sense when putting it together about the size of the comp? They are only using two halls compared to being fairly spread out everywhere last year. Two of my girls won there last year so we are really mixed sitting out. Relieved yet sad though heavily invested in watching!
It has both. There should be tabs for Saturday and Sunday. And then a 3rd tab that is just for Worlds teams, which I may add performance times for each day on, but I usually just have that tab for results and bids.
Hehe. We printed the schedule. Waiting for the girls to highlight which teams we will watch. Supposed to be nasty, icy weather in the NE this weekend too so another excuse to stay in and watch.So does anyone else have there papers of all the teams to watch, there blank printed scoresheets to try and keep score, there tv reserved for the day (sorry dad, no basketball, its cheer sport weekend ) And then all there snacks together...just me...ok then