In addition, the student group of the Vietnamese International Mathematical Olympiad ranked 7/114 countries and territories. specifically:
2 gold medals belong to:
– Student Nguyễn Nguyễn (School of Inspired and Natural Science, VNU-HCM)
– Student Nguyen Thuan Hung (Specialized Middle School Tran Phu, Hai Phong)
4 silver medals belong to:
– Student Vuong Tung Duong (High School Vinh Phuc, Vinh Phuc province)
– Student Nguyen Kha Nhat Long (High School of Science and Technology, VNU University of Science)
– Student Vu Duc Vinh, (High School Phan Boi Chau, Nghe An Province)
– Phan Minh Duc student (Hanoi High School – Amsterdam).
Allegedly, Vu Duc Vinh, born in 2012, is the only grade 11 student in the team. Phan Minh Duc joined the team for the second time since winning the HCB at the IMO 2018. Vuong Tung Duong is the highest ranked candidate in the selection exam that will be held in early March 2019.
Participating in IMO this year, the leader of the Vietnam team is Professor. Le Anh Vinh – Deputy Director of the Vietnamese Institute for Education Science. This is the fourth year, Mr. Le Anh Vinh takes over this task, deputy chief of delegation is TS. Le Ba Khanh Trinh.
Vietnam has started participating in the IMO since 1974, the first Asian country to take this exam and always achieve high scores. After 41 times attending the IMO, Vietnam ranked 3 times throughout the group in 1999, 2007 and 2017. The biggest achievement on the medal count is IMO 2004 with 4 gold medals and 2 silver medals.
Previously, at the 2019 International Physical Olympiad held in Israel from July 7, 2019 to July 15, 2019, with the participation of 360 students from 78 countries and territories.
All 5 contestants from the Vietnam delegation won 3 gold medals and 2 silver medals. Based on the number of gold medals won, the Vietnamese delegation took fourth place, following the Chinese, Korean (5 gold medals) and Russian delegations (4 gold medals).
Specifically, Nguyen Khanh Linh has just won the gold medal and has just won a special prize for the best Olympic student.