An Olympic team consisting of 6 best pupils in mathematics in North Macedonia, has been selected to compete in Oslo at the 63rd International Mathematical Olympiad. The following pupils are representing the country Jasna Ilieva, Nikola Spirovski, Damjan Davkov, Jan Stojanovski, Aleksej Tadik and Blaže Suklevski. Ilija Jovchevski is the team leader and the deputy team leader is Mirko Petrushevski.
The opening ceremony took place on the 10th of July, and the competition was held yesterday and today.
A week ago, Meta.mk wrote about another succes – a team of pupils from North Macedonia has won 4 gold medals at the Junior Balkan Mathematical Olympiad. Damjan Davkov won a gold medal, Leonid Todoroski – silver medal, and pupils Dimitar Fidanovski and Marko Mitevski won bronze medals. At the Olympiad, Marko Serafimovski and Nina Lameva have also managed to achieve success.
The International Mathematical Olympiad is a contest for high school pupils, but it has no age limits regarding the bottom line, so even pupils younger than 15 can compete. Each country participant can send up to 6 contestants. The International Mathematical Olympiad was organized for the first time in Romania in 1959.