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Croatian Students Win Gold at Mathematical Olympiad in Slovenia

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Croatia has won the gold medal at the 9th Central European Secondary School Mathematical Olympiad in Slovenia which ended on Monday…

Croatia were too good for the competition at the event, which featured the best secondary school students from 10 nations – Austria, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland and Croatia.

The successful Croatian team consisted of: Domagoj Bradač (XV. gimnazija, Zagreb), Josip Kelava (Gimanzija Varaždin), Andrija Mandić (XV. gimnazija, Zagreb), Petar Nizić-Nikolac (XV. gimnazija, Zagreb), Patrik Papac (Gimnazija Dubrovnik), and Leon Starešinić (XV. gimnazija, Zagreb).

Students competed individually and also as a team at the event, solving problems in algebra, combinatorics, geometry and number theory. In the individual competition Domagoj Bradač won the gold medal, Leon Starešinić and Peter Nizić-Nikolac won silver, and Andrija Mandic won a bronze medal. Well done, team.

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