The 3rd International Olympiad of Metropolises
 

Moscow, Shanghai, Saint Petersburg and Hong Kong are the winners of the third olympiad of Metropolises


The results of the third international olympiad of Metropolises have been announced today in the World Trade Center in Moscow. The team gold goes to Moscow, Shanghai, Saint Petersburg and Hong Kong. Teams from Belgrade, Sofia, Minsk, Istanbul, Budapest, Jakarta, Yerevan and Zagreb got the second place. Leipzig, Baku, Dushanbe, Innsbruck, Milan, Astana, Almaty, Bratislava, Bishkek and Banja-Luka shared the third place. 

The winner of the individual competition in mathematics is Oleg Smirnov from Moscow, who succeeded in solving all the problems and got the maximum number of points. Anton Sorkin from Moscow became the best chemist. Aleksander Morozov from Saint Petersburg and Filipp Gribov from Moscow shared the first place in informatics olympiad. Aleksey Shishkin from Moscow got the title of the best physicist. 

The participants also took part in the interdisciplinary blitz-contest, the results of which weren’t summarized with the points of the main rounds. Teams from Moscow, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Belgrade and Sofia became the winners of this competition. 

Participants from metropolises and capitals were competing in four subjects: chemistry, informatics, mathematics and physics. Each city was represented by a team of eight participants and three team-leaders. The winners were announced both in team and individual competition. 

The Olympiad of Metropolises was held at the initiative of the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin from September, 2 to September, 7. The participants of the competition were teams of students from more than 30 cities of the world, including Almaty, Astana, Baku, Banja Luka, Belgrade, Berlin, Bishkek, Boston, Bratislava, Budapest, Delhi, Dushanbe, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Innsbruck, Jakarta, Jerusalem, Leipzig, Lima, Madrid, Milan, Minsk, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sofia, Shanghai, Tel-Aviv, Ulaanbaatar, Yerevan and Zagreb.

Results