Russian schoolboy has become the absolute winner of the International geographical Olympiad

schoolboy Alain Kospanov became the absolute winner of the International geographic Olympiad in Canada, said N+1 representative of the press service of the Ministry of education and science of then Federation. In addition, then participants won a silver and two bronze medals, is spoken in the message
on the website of the Ministry.

XV international geography Olympiad ended in the canadian city of Quebec 6
Aug. The Olympiad is held since 1996 under the auspices of the International
geographical Union (IGU). Participants perform tasks in three rounds: written
test, field monitoring and multimedia tests.

As explained in the press-service, the gold medal of the Olympics got Alain Kospanov
from Moscow, which became the absolute winner, leading the individual standings. Muscovite Olga Bogdanova got the silver, and Vyacheslav Bogolyubsky
from the Chelyabinsk region Mikhail Selyugin from the Perm region – bronze award.
At the Olympics in 2017, then team won three silver and one
bronze medal.

In international competitions
in chemistry and physicsof then
students this year have received gold and silver medals:
so, Grigoriy Bobkov was second in the Olympics, losing
the opponent of China, and Alexei Konoplev took second place at the Olympics via
chemistry. At the Olympiad in linguistics
students won four bronze medals and one silver medal,

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