Vietnam won six medals at the 2023 International Mathematical Olympiad

All the six Vietnamese high school students competing in the 2023 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) brought home medals, with two golds, two silvers and two bronzes, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.

Six students took commemorative photos with the teachers in the group.

Six students took commemorative photos with the teachers in the group.

Accordingly, Gold medalists were Pham Viet Hung, a 12th grader from High School for Gifted Students of the University of Natural Sciences under the Vietnam National University, Hanoi, and Nguyen An Thinh, a 12th grader from Tran Phu High School for the Gifted in Hai Phong city.

The silver medalists were Hoang Tuan Dung, a 12th grader from High School for Gifted Students of the Hanoi National University of Education, and Nguyen Dinh Kien, an 11th grader from Tran Phu High School for the Gifted in Hai Phong City.

The bronze medals went to Khuc Dinh Toan, a 12th grader from Bac Ninh High School for the Gifted Students, and Tran Nguyen Thanh Danh, a 12 grader from High School for the Gifted, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City.

The 2023 International Mathematical Olympiad was held in Japan from July 2-12, with the participation of 625 contestants from 112 countries and territories worldwide.

The Organizing Committee awarded 315 medals, including 53 Gold Medals, 89 Silver Medals, and 173 Bronze Medals.

With this achievement, Vietnam ranked 6th in the competition.

The excellent ranking at the IMO 2023 by the Vietnamese national team has continued to affirm the position of Vietnamese education in the top intellectual arena, affirming the right direction of the work of teaching, retraining and selecting excellent students of the country.

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