Bulgarian Students Win Informatics Olympiad

Society » EDUCATION | July 13, 2012, Friday // 14:28
Bulgarian Students Win Informatics Olympiad: Bulgarian Students Win Informatics Olympiad Bulgarian students defeated 11 teams from Europe and Israel in an international Informatics Olympiad. File photo

Bulgarian high school students have achieved the highest score in the international Informatics Olympiad held in Tata, Hungary between July 7 and 13.

The news was reported Friday by the Bulgarian Education Ministry.

The contest included teams from 11 countries – Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Germany, Israel, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

The Bulgarian students grabbed 2 gold and 2 silver medals.

The gold went to high school seniors Yordan Chaparov from the city of Yambol and Rumen Hristov from the city of Shumen, the silver - to eight grader Hristo Venev from the capital Sofia, and to sophomore, Georgi Georgiev, also from Sofia.

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