Spelling Bee live results: Updated words list, winners by round for 2024 Scripps National Spelling Bee

It’s that time of year again when the brightest students compete in the most notable spelling contest in the world.

The 2024 Scripps National Spelling Bee returns for its 96th annual competition since beginning in 1925. The Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Maryland will host, so most of the participants are from the United States. There are a number of international contestants, as well.

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The Spelling Bee spans three days and crowns a new winner every year because previous champions are not allowed to compete. Furthermore, students cannot compete if they graduated eighth grade on or before Aug. 31, 2023, or have reached their 15th birthday on or before Aug. 31, 2023.

The 2024 Bee begins on Tuesday, May 28 with preliminaries and wraps up on Thursday, May 30 with the Finals.

The Sporting News is tracking the results of the 2024 Scripps National Spelling Bee.

MORE: Watch the Scripps National Spelling Bee live on Fubo (free trial)

Scripps National Spelling Bee live results

The Sporting News will update this file throughout the event.

Spellers eliminated in Finals (incorrect word)

  • Rishabh Saha (desmotrope)

Spellers eliminated in Round 8 (incorrect word)

  • Aliyah Alpert (omao)
  • Shradha Rachamreddy (varan)
  • Avi Randhawa (Abitibi)
  • Vel Sethirayar (chewet)
  • Aryan Khedkar (drusen)
  • Sarah Fernandes (opelu)
  • Harini Murali (tarentola)
  • Rohith Konduri (becard)

Spellers eliminated in Round 7 (question)

  • Claire Smith (What is usury?)
  • Sonia Kulkarni (What is another word for gainsay?)
  • Rubina Wiedemer (What is a shellacking?)
  • Vir Lagad (What is a bugbear?)
  • Aiden Wijeyakulasuriya (A toady is a person who…)
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Spellers eliminated in Round 6 (incorrect word)

  • Nithika Rangan (tennantite)
  • Ben Evans (ravison)
  • Hayden Hughes (ariary)
  • Sarv Dharavane (stalace)
  • Alleena Villaluz (notommatid)
  • Carey Chesire (sagenite)
  • Zachary Rara (dalapon)
  • Quint Karlsson (apar)
  • Navya Dwivedi (querflöte)
  • William Rausch (vargueno)
  • Garrett Fry (rickettsemia)
  • Leah Rini (dorippids)
  • Micah Sterling (corita)
  • Aishwarya Kallakuri (comino)
  • Avinav Prem Anand (gener)
  • Leul Geremew (kamacite)
  • Connor Norton (odaller)
  • Logan Edwards (bardo)
  • Jayden Zheng (lennilite)
  • Claire Meng (strepsinema)
  • Nargiza Muzhapaer (lunumidella)
  • Declan Mallady (ferredoxin)

Spellers eliminated in Round 5 (question)

Round 5 is the word meaning round. Spellers are asked to define the given word.

  • Aarav Balani (Something described as tandem…)
  • Reid Shaw (Someone described as strapping has…)
  • Joshua Diocares (To wean someone is to…)
  • Kunal Patel (An actor’s repertoire is…)
  • Amritanshu Pradhan (What are tresses?)
  • Ope Balogun (What is conscription?)
  • Advait Nishit (What is a clunker?)
  • Joey Constantine (What is a diatribe?)
  • Josh Verma (What is a reprobate?)
  • Tarini Nandakumar (What does it mean to interdict?)
  • Cioma Egbuonu (If two things dovetail, they…)
  • Tanya Kadaru (Something described as holistic is concerned with…)
  • Ishika Varipilli (Something described as swanky is…)
  • Oviya Amalraj (What is a klaxon?)

Spellers eliminated in Round 4 (incorrect word)

  • Ayden Nguyen (aubade)
  • Ryan Fan (hamartoma)
  • Amaani Charan (reflet)
  • Aren Lee (keratophyre)
  • Carina Beltran (sembradoras)
  • Aarav Mann (seatron)
  • Katelyn Nguyen (ritsu)
  • Oliver Halkett (desonant)
  • Srikanth Satheesh Kumar (nectocalyx)
  • Sarvadnya Kadam (platanist)
  • Arshan Shahriar (gavial)
  • Noah Rowe (anbury)
  • Nicasio David (arcosolium)
  • Sree Vidya Siliveri (regidor)
  • Elvis Avetis (ditokous)
  • Amara Chepuri (ephectic)
  • Jordin Oremosu (gallifigous)
  • Matthew Baber (bicitaxi)
  • Abena Kwaffo (cardanol)
  • Giovanni Adjei (exocortis)
  • Nidhi Kulkarni (papabile)
  • Dev Katira (iridochoroditis)
  • Andres Robles (strobila)
  • Yahya Mohammed (sanjuanito)
  • Ian Leong (espanielette)
  • Achyut Ethiraj (sistine)
  • Miah Miller (eclogite)
  • Sharanya Kar (paiche)
  • Leo Furlong (brevetoxin)
  • Partha Katreddy (stolon)
  • Ian Gibson (symphysis)
  • Aidan Pham (thyristor)
  • Paranika Ethakota (plagiopatagium)
  • Nayara de Silva-Ahmed (autapomorphy)
  • Sanil Thorat (microphakia)
  • Su Hliang (latifondo)
  • Conor Keightley-Reinhardt (molokai)
  • Tanoshi Inomata (tontine)
  • Adarsh Venkannagari (orpharion)
  • Josephine Gautier (frumenty)
  • Divya Choudhary (carnauba)
  • Rhys Miller (patible)
  • Yupeng Chen (sphenopalatine)
  • Kai Riedner (orihon)
  • Jaden Go (epigone)
  • Aanya Shetty (marrite)
  • Cheyenne Wang (hormigo)
  • Arabella Mendoza (gres)
  • Olivia Rhee (glossematics)
  • Kavya Jakasania (unigravida)
  • Miriam Belkouchi (isostatist)
  • Juliette Anderson (catoctin)
  • Noah Kaplan (cothurnus)
  • Victor Yang (rivel)
  • Jay Nayak (mneme)
  • Ryan Creary (apamin)
  • Nyarah Garver (lenticellate)
  • Simran Sanders (esctasiate)
  • Harini Jayakumar (fifie)
  • Phaneendra Bulusu (polygala)
  • Angelo Aldolph (tigellate)
  • Luna Gasevic (lune)
  • Zach Yeager (dialypetalous)
  • Kendall Mehl (nisus)
  • Adora Zhang (distrait)
  • Charan Garimella (salariat)
  • Akshaj Somisetty (flugelhorn)
  • Indigo Satko (corrida)
  • Hillel Ziskind (dracunculosis)
  • Jayden Jiang (rood)
  • Raana Parchuri (dyotheism)
  • Aadita Aiyer (philonium)
  • Mariana Perez Gonzalez (nemertean)
  • Elliana Pagliarini (notolix)
  • Cate Angle (aneroid)
  • Mallory Greene (abococket)
  • Rayaan Ahmad (lacrimando)
  • Alejandro Martinez (idiocyclophanous)
  • Caleb Giuoco (anomodont)
  • Shreeya Sivakumar (narsinga)
  • Lucas Lee (rendu)
  • Brooke Powell (aligreek)
  • Sophia Montana (inspeximus)
  • Antony Eloghary (pontil)
  • Siya Sampath (Janiculum)
  • Ankita Balaji (baria)
  • Isaac Boyce (parthenita)
  • Nethraa Muthupandiyaraja (hamelia)
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How to watch Spelling Bee 2024

  • Dates: Wednesday, May 29, Thursday, May 30
  • Times: 8-10 p.m. ET
  • Channel: Ion TV
  • Stream: Ion Plus, Fubo

The 2024 Scripps National Spelling Bee will be broadcast on ION TV on Wednesday, May 29, and Thursday, May 30 from 8-10 p.m. ET. The semifinals take place on Wednesday, and the finals are on Thursday. The event can be streamed on Ion Plus or Fubo.

Fans can also watch the preliminaries on Tuesday, May 28 from 8 a.m. to 7:40 p.m. ET on Ion Plus. They can also watch the quarterfinals through Ion Plus on Wednesday, May 29 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET. Both of these rounds will not be on national TV.

Spelling Bee schedule 2024

The 2024 Spelling Bee extends across three days, beginning with preliminaries on Tuesday, May 28. Quarterfinals and semifinals will take place on Wednesday, May 29 and the finals will be on Thursday, May 30.

Round Date Time (ET) Channel Stream
Preliminaries Tuesday, May 28 8 a.m.-7:34 p.m. N/A ION Plus
Quarterfinals Wednesday, May 29 8 a.m.-1 p.m. N/A ION Plus
Semifinals Wednesday, May 29 8-10 p.m. Ion TV ION Plus, Fubo
Finals Thursday, May 30 8-10 p.m. Ion TV ION Plus, Fubo

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