Ukrainian students win the European Girl's Mathematical Olympiad
Olesia Bilyk, Kateryna Horokh, Karina Nechyporuk and Vlada Petrusenko representing Ukraine won the European Girl's Mathematical Olympiad first hosted by Kyiv. The winners scored 115 points. The teams from Poland and Bulgaria ranked second and third
Kyiv first in its history is hosting the European Girl's Mathematical Olympiad
For the first time in its history Kyiv is hosting the European Girl's Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO). The event is being held fom 7 to 13 April.As the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine inform, 50 teams from different countries of the world, including the USA, Japan, Mexico, Australia, Canada, Chile, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, India, etc. will compete. In total, more than 200 girls aged 13 to 20 years are taking part
Ukrainian schoolboy sets the national medal record
Andrii Kudelia, a sixth-grade pupil of the Kyiv gymnasium, entered the National Register of Records
Ukrainian students win four medals at the Beijing Olympiad
Ukrainian students won two silver and two bronze medals at the International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics held in Beijing.The medals were awarded to representatives of Kharkiv Physics and Mathematics Lyceum №27, Lviv Physical-Mathematical Lyceum of Ivan Franko Lviv National University and Kyiv Lyceum No.142.The International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics is held annually
Three medals won by Ukrainian team at the Olympiad in Tehran
Ukrainian pupils won three medals at the 29th International Biology Olympiad held in Tehran. Isakova Lada won a silver medal, Yevtushok Vladyslav and Trokhymchuk Roman became bronze medalists. In total, about 300 students from 71 countries of the world took part in the competitions.The International Biology Olympiad (IBO) is held annually. The participants are evaluated in the format of the individual score on the test results
Ukraine wins the ISF Gymnasiade for the first time
Ukrainian athletes-schoolchildren won the 17th ISF Gymnasiade held in Marrakesh. Overall, 122 pupils from 22 oblasts won 112 medals.Young athletes competed in the following disciplines: archery, athletics, boxing, chess, cycling, fencing, artistic gymnastics, gymnastics, sports aerobics, judo, karate, petanque, swimming, taekwondo, tennis, freestyle wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling