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[[File:Pokémon World Championships 2010 logo.png|thumb|right|100px|Logo]]
The '''2010 Pokémon World Championships''' will bewas the seventh World Championships event hosted by [[Pokémon Organized Play]] and the second to officially accommodate both the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] World Championships and the Pokémon Video Game World Championships. Its venue will bewas Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii, and the event is currently scheduled to runran from Saturday, August 14 through Sunday, August 15.
 
==TCG World Championships==
The[[File:Tcg TCG World Championships will use the {{TCGchamps2010.jpg|Diamond & Pearl}}-onwards Modified format for the second time.thumb]]
The TCG World Championships used the {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}}-onwards Modified format for the second time.
 
===Junior Division===
* Champion - Yuka Furusawa ({{wp|Japan|JPN}})
* 2nd place - Juan Pablos Arenas ({{wp|United States of America|USA}})
* 3rd place - Simon Taylor (USA)
* 4th place - Thomas Harle ({{wp|France|FRA}})
 
===Senior Division===
* Champion - Jacob Lesage ({{wp|Canada|CAN}})
* 2nd place - Mychal Bryan (USA)
* 3rd place - Ann-Marie Thompson (USA)
* 4th place - Hiroki Yano (JPN)
 
===Masters Division===
* Champion - Yuta Komatsuda (JPN)
* 2nd place - Michael Pramawat (USA)
* 3rd place - Frank Diaz (USA)
* 4th place - Miguel Garcia ({{wp|Chile|CHL}})
 
==Video Game World Championships==
The[[File:Vgc Video Game World Championships will require competitors to use {{2v2finals.jpg|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}.thumb]]
The Video Game World Championships required competitors to use {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}.
 
=== Junior Division ===
* Champion - Shota Yamamoto (JPN)
* 2nd Place - Santa Ito (JPN)
 
=== Senior Division ===
* Champion - Ray Rizzo (USA)
* 2nd Place - Yasuki Tochigi (JPN)
 
==External links==
* [http://www.pokemon.com/us/organized-play/ Official POP website]
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