World Online Piping & Drumming Championships for Summer 2020 Official Results
Replay the LIVE announcement of the complete results of the on BagpipeLessons.com on Facebook.
We received 1500 entries in 78 events, including solo piping, side drumming, tenor drumming, and bass drumming. Our competitors came from 23 countries on six continents. Competitors submitted video recordings of their performances and were evaluated by our international panel of world-class judges. We provided over $1000 in scholarships for entry to pipers and drummers who otherwise would have been unable to participate due to financial hardship.
The World Online Piping & Drumming Championships is the world's first and only piping and drumming competition in the world to publish a complete a record of the entire competition, including every performance, every result, and every judge's comment. We hope that these excellent musical performances and detailed comments from our world-class judges will be a lasting and valuable resource for education and entertainment.Thank you to R.G. Hardie & Co. for supporting us as a top level sponsor. R.G. Hardie has a worldwide reputation for quality, innovation and crafting instruments played at the highest level of competition. Click here to learn more about R.G. Hardie & Co. and all of our other sponsors.
Prize Lists for Individual Events — includes video links
• Overall Champion in Each Category
• P/M Alasdair Gillies Memorial 2/4 March Champions
• Overall Champion in All Categories
• Champion Pipe Band or Team with Most Points Overall
• Champion Association with Most Points Overall
• Champion Country with Most Points Overall
Winners of Special Video Awards:
• Best Video with Service Member in Uniform
• Best Video of School Piper or Drummer in School Band Uniform
• Best Dress and Deportment
• Best Video Background
Complete List of All Events — includes placings, judge's comments, video links for every competitor. The judge's comment sheet is available to download as a PDF.
Video Playlists for All Events — Watch all of the competitor videos in each event. Winning videos are first, then the remaining videos are in alphabetical order.