Six Vietnamese high school students who took part in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) 2020 held in Russia all received medals, including two gold ones, the Quality Control Department under the Ministry of Education and Training reported on Sunday.
The two students who won gold medals were 10th-grader Ngo Dang Quy and 11th-grader Truong Tuan Nghia, both attending the High School for Gifted Students – Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
Nguyen Mac Nam Trung, a twelfth-grade student at the High School for the Gifted – Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, won a silver medal.
Two bronze medals were awarded to Chu Thi Thanh, a 12th-grader of Vinh Phuc High School for the Gifted and Tran Nhat Minh, a 12th-grade student of Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted in Nam Dinh Province.
The 11th-grader Dinh Vu Tung Lam from the High School for Gifted Students at VNU-Hanoi was awarded a certificate of merit.
The 61st International Mathematical Olympiad 2020, hosted by Russia, was organized using an online format with 616 competitors from 105 countries and territories participating.
Forty-nine gold medals, 112 silver medals, and 155 bronze medals were awarded in total.
The Vietnamese team ranked 17th out of 105 teams.