Three great players have been elected to the ACBL Hall of Fame: Peter Boyd, Bart Bramley and Judi Radin.
The Goodwill Committee honored Goodwill Member of the Year Mark Sorenson, Volunteer of the Year Shawn Stringer, and Chuck Wilkinson, the honoree of the host district.
a week playing the ‘only game’ at which he may be better than Bill Gates
Joe Grue wins Barry Crane Top 500 race with record haul
Michael and Debbie Rosenberg have been named 2019 Honorary Members of the Year.
Volunteer Joyce Shigekuni helps out wherever she can at the NABC.
National Tournament Director Matt Smith is the winner of the Jean Molnar Employee of the Year Award.
Iku Donnelly is one of Hawaii’s oldest and most active players.
Top Hawaiian player Godfrey Chang has been playing for 58 years.
Bridge journalist and player Barry Rigal is a man of boundless energy in the bridge world.
Gail Greenberg celebrates her 80th birthday with her family full of bridge champions at the NABC.
Over the course of eight short years, Reese Koppel has gone from knowing nothing about bridge to being one of its fiercest advocates. “Bridge can be here to stay if we help my generation appreciate its essence, and it is my goal to do everything I can to ensure this happens,” he says. This enthusiasm
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Kiran Nadar of India shares how her passion for the game led tech conglomerate HCL to sponsor the Summer NABC.
In 2010, Sam’s mother, Esther Rosenberg, began experience memory loss and was diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s.
More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, a number that is expected to triple by 2050.
Four members of Canadian youth teams are playing in top events in Philadelphia.