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Armenian Students Win Gold and Bronze at 9th Caucasian International Math Olympiad

Armenian Students Win Gold and Bronze at 9th Caucasian International Math Olympiad

Armenian students have once again demonstrated their mathematical skills, clinching top honors at the 9th Caucasian International Mathematical Olympiad. According to the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture, and Sports, the Armenian team took home one gold medal and two bronze medals at the prestigious event.

Held at the Adygey State University in Maykop from March 11th to 16th, the Olympiad brought together over 160 students from 13 countries and 18 regions of the Russian Federation. Competing in the youth age group, Armenia's delegation represented the Artashes Shahinyan Physics-Mathematics School with a four-member team.

Sargis Arakelyan, a 9th-grade student, emerged as a standout performer, clinching the gold medal for Armenia. Joining him on the podium were Elen Keshishyan and Arman Asatryan, both 9th-grade students, who earned bronze medals for their outstanding performances. Grigor Samvelyan, another 9th-grade student, received a letter of commendation for his commendable efforts.

Guiding the team to success was Narek Mkrtumyan, a dedicated mathematics teacher at PhysMath School, whose leadership and mentorship played a pivotal role in the team's achievements.

This remarkable win adds to Armenia's previous successes, as the country had secured four bronze medals at the 8th Caucasian International Mathematics Olympiad. The consistent performance of Armenian students reflects the nation's commitment to excellence in education and its nurturing environment for budding mathematicians.


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