2010 WGI Winners

Congratulations to the 2010 WGI World Champions. This year, many of the groups achieved their first gold medal, making it a year to remember. Enjoy our third annual photo spread, depicting each of the winning guard and marching percussion performances.

Photos by Dan Scafidi and Sid and Linda Unser, courtesy of WGI Sport of the Arts


Guard Champions
(from left to right in photo)

Scholastic A: Little Elm (Texas) HS; score of 97.55
Scholastic Open: West Johnston HS from Benson, N.C.; score of 97.05
Scholastic World: James Logan HS from Union City, Calif.; score of 97.25
Independent A: Pacificaires from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada; score of 95.40
Independent Open: O2 from Dayton, Ohio; score of 95.05
Independent World: Onyx from Dayton, Ohio; score of 97.851

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Marching Percussion Scholastic Champions

Scholastic A (top left in photo): Timber Creek HS from Erial, N.J.; score of 96.713
Scholastic Open (top right in photo): South Hills HS from West Covina, Calif.; score of 96.450
Scholastic World: Ayala HS from Chino Hills, Calif.; score of 97.175

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Marching Percussion Independent Champions

Independent A (top left in photo): Dojo Percussion from Omaha, Neb.; score of 93.038
Independent Open (top right in photo): Palmetto Percussion from Columbia, S.C.; score of 93.863
Independent World: Pulse Percussion from Ontario, Calif.; score of 96.375

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