2013 WGI Winners

While many seasoned favorites claimed the WGI World titles, the Open and A categories crowned several relative newcomers. Enjoy our annual photo spread of all the marching winners.

Photos by Ken Martinson/Marching.com


World Class Champions
(from left to right in photo)

Guard Independent World: Pride of Cincinnati; Score of 97.600
Guard Scholastic World: Carmel (Ind.) HS; Score of 96.250
Percussion Independent World: Rhythm X from Columbus, Ohio; Score of 98.263
Percussion Scholastic World: Chino Hills (Calif.) HS; Score of 95.513

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Open Class Champions

Guard Independent Open: Identity from San Marcos, Texas; Score of 93.450
Guard Scholastic Open: Mechanicsburg (Pa.) HS; Score of 95.300
Percussion Independent Open: Capital City Percussion from Columbus, Ohio; Score of 95.538
Percussion Scholastic Open: Upper Darby HS from Drexel Hill, Pa.; Score of 96.650

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A Class Champions

Guard Independent A: Luminosa from Buffalo, N.Y.; Score of 95.070
Guard Scholastic A: Bellbrook (Ohio) HS; Score of 95.125
Percussion Independent A: Brookwood (Ala.) Independent; Score of 95.725
Percussion Scholastic A: Hilton (N.Y.) HS; Score of 96.888

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