The girl who won 83rd National Spelling Bee contest after correctly spelling medical term Stromuhr is very happy. She says she is very happy and that was the best moment of her life when she received wining trophy. Stromuhr is a term used in medical language. Basically it is an instrument that is used to measure the velocity of blood. Anamika Veeramani was in semi-final round when she was asked to spell term “Juvia”, she successfully spelled it but other three rivals did not manage to spell it accurately and was thrown out of the contest. She was promoted to the final round where she won the trophy after successfully spelling Stromuhr. Juvia is the name of Brazilian Nut.

The 14-year-old genius girl belongs to Ohio State and it happened for the first time in state’s history since 1961 that they homed the title, all thanks to Veeramani. She lives in North Royalton, Ohio. The contest was occurred in Grand Hyatt Hotel, Washington D.C. It was a three-day long contest, the final of which was broadcasted live on ABC Network. She was handed over $40,000 in cash and other prizes that also included a scholarship.

She was also featured in the contest last year and reached at fifth position. Overall, she is the third Indian-American to win the contest. Eight Indian-Americans have so far won this contest in last 12 years. Most probably she would go to Harvard to become a cardiovascular surgeon. Her hobbies include golf and dancing.