Maths Olympiad: Brazil Loses Title of Most Awarded Latin American Country to Peru

The Brazilian team came in at the twenty-ninth place in the competition. The Olympiad registered a total of 621 high school students from 112 countries, between fourteen and nineteen years old. Each country sends a team of up to six students.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil won six medals at the 60th International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO 2019), held in the city of Bath, United Kingdom, between July 11th and 22nd, two of which were silver and four bronze.

The Brazilian delegation totaled 135 points, which earned them the twenty-ninth place, tied with Turkey but behind Peru.

The silver medals were won by Samuel Prieto Lima, from Goiânia, and Pedro Gomes Cabral, from Recife, while the bronze medals were awarded to Bernardo Peruzzo Trevizan, from Canoas (RS); Pedro Lucas Lanaro Sponchiado, from Santa Cruz do Rio Pardo (SP); Guilherme Zeus . . .

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