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Congratulations to the 2001 World Champion, Brian Cappelletto!
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|Photo 28-001||The women of the NSA: Teresa Bubb, Patty Hocker, Jane Ratsey Williams, Cindy McCaffery, Sara Hallock, and Yvonne Gillispie.|
|Photo 28-002||Brian concentrating on the end game.|
|Photo 28-003||The crowd sees that Brian Cappelletto (United States) is about to win.|
|Photo 28-004||NSA executive director John D. Williams, Jr., and Hasbro's Mark Morris congratulate Brian Cappelletto (United States) and Joel Wapnick (World Champion) in the finals room. Sam Kantimathi and Evan Berofsky, finals game annotators look on.|
|Photo 28-005||Let the interviews begin: 2001 World SCRABBLE® Champion Brian Cappelletto (United States) faces the press.|
|Photo 28-006||How it all looked according to Brian Cappelletto (United States).|
|Photo 28-007||Tournament Director Charlie Southwell congratulates Brian Cappelletto (United States).|
|Photo 28-008||The winning board: Brian Cappelletto (United States) defeats Joel Wapnick (World Champion), 447-338. The board will next be seen on The Today Show.|
|Photo 28-009||Webmaster John Chew checks the WSC Finals web pages between rounds.|
|Photo 28-010||Adam Logan (Canada) updates WSC Finals web pages while kibitzing and relaying moves to MarlDOoM.|
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