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FILIPINO MATHLETES EXCEL IN CHINA’S HARDEST MATH OLYMPIAD

Oct 19, 2022

 
Winning in one of the world’s most difficult math contests is a staggeringly impressive feat. This is true for the Filipino mathletes whose quest for excellence has paid off after notching up top places in China’s most grueling math challenge, the 2022 China Northern Mathematics Olympiad (CNMO) held online on August 8 – 9, 2022.

This year, the six finest Filipino math wizards toughed out China’s most mind-blowing math contest by garnering one first place, three second places, and two third places.

Standing the tallest and shining the brightest is Mohammad Nur Casib, Grade 8 from the Philippine Science High School - Central Mindanao Campus for winning 1st place.

Coming off with flying colors are the following Second Placers: Walsh Nico Adrian Letran, Grade 10, from Saint Jude Catholic School; Keean Nathaniel Tang, Grade 12, Ateneo de Manila Senior High School; and Benjamin Jacob, Grade 10, from Philippine Science High School - Main Campus.

And winning out over their Asian counterparts are the Third Placers from the Philippines, and all are grade 11 from the Ateneo de Manila Senior High School, they are Evgeny Cruz and Kristen Steffi Teh.

The CNMO drew more than a thousand participants from Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Philippines, Mongolia, and China’s provinces: Beijing, Hebei, Inner Mongolian, Jiangsu, Jilin, Shanghai, Shanxi, and Tianjin.
 
 
 

 






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