At the New Year London Open tournament there is a Pair Go tournament, usually held on the second evening, the 29th December.
11 pairs took part; it was not specified how lady player and man player were defined. Winners were Sai Sun and Xinchi Gong. Second were Jenny Radcliiffe and Francis Roads on sos tie-break from Simao Goncalves and Philippe Fanaro.
16 pairs took part, including three in a Doubles division. Winners were Lova Wåhlin and Chi-Min Oh. Second were Hajin Lee and Benjamin Teuber. Winning the Doubles division were Jitka Bartova and Ngoc-Trang Cao.
14 pairs took part. Winners were Boris Mitrovic & Fynn Bachmann. Second were Chris Volk and Andre Stadtler; third were Jonathan Green and Andrew Russell.
16 pairs took part. Winners were Guo Juan & Claude Brisson. They beat Andrew Kay and Klaudia Kleczkowska in the final.
16 pairs took part, including a player from Iceland for the first time. Winners were Ko Juyeong 8p & Chong Han 5d.  
10 pairs took part. Nobody managed to beat Guo Juan, 5p, playing with Ireland's Ian Davis. Results 
8 pairs from many different countries took part. Winners were Dominique Cornuejols and Toru Imamura. 
One evening 16 couples took part in a Pair Go competition. It was won by Natasha Regan and Matthew Cocke. Second were Suvi Leppanen and Teemu Rovio, and third were Jenny Radcliffe and Matt Reid.
Winners were a pair from Grenoble, France, Dominique Cornuejols (1 dan) and Jean-Loop Naddef (5 kyu). Three pairs were second: Ines and Jose Teles de Menezes (Portugal), Suvi Leppanen and Teemu Rovio (Finland), Antti Tarvainen (Finland) and Drago Pergar (Slovenia).
An 8-player Pair Go event was won by Finland's Suvi Leppanen (3 kyu) and Teemu Rovio (1 dan) with 4/4. On 3/4 were Germany's Pei Zhao (6 dan) and Olivier Marteaux (1 kyu), London's Nuo Jia (2 dan) and Hao Wang (1 dan), and Edwina Lee (4 kyu) and "Erik".
There were 5 winners of the 24 player Pair Go (doubles) played on 29/12/03: Michael Marz / Manuela Lindemeyer, Jasmin Grossmann / Tobias Klaus, Madeleine Roth / Benjamin Teuber, William Brooks / Hichem Aktouche, Thomas Pototschnig / Dominic Schumacher.
Winners of the 16 player Pair Go were Mihoko Isoda and Masashi Sugiyama (Oxford) and the runners up were Sue Paterson (Brighton) and Piers Shepperson (Slough).