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Сообщение №95 от D. B-ov 23 июля 2001 г. 23:37
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Students Bring Home 3 Gold, 2 Silver Medals From International Physics Competition

College Park, MD (July 11, 2001) - Five high school students, representing the United States at the International Physics Olympiad (IPO), have brought home an impressive victory - three gold, and two silver medals. The team also finished 3rd overall, just behind students from China and Russia.

Brian Beck of Ohio (gold medal), Vladimir Novakovski of Virginia (silver medal), Willie Wong (gold medal) and Daniel Peng (silver medal) of New Jersey, and Andrew Lutomirski of California (gold medal), were selected from an original pool of more than eleven-hundred students from across the country to travel to Antalya, Turkey as part of the U.S. Physics Olympiad Team to the IPO.

The international competition included a five-hour long laboratory test, as well as a five-hour long theoretical test. The team competed against 300 students from more than 60 countries for their medals.

"We are so excited for the students," says Dr. Bernard Khoury, Executive Officer of the American Association of Physics Teachers, which co-sponsors the team with the American Institute of Physics. "They have worked so hard, to see them achieve this is incredibly rewarding."

Now in its 15th year, the U.S. Physics Olympiad program was started in 1986 with the mission of promoting and demonstrating academic excellence, by fielding a team to compete against other nations in the International Physics Olympiad.

http://www.aip.org/isns/reports/2001/021.html


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> На имена участников команды! :))

> Students Bring Home 3 Gold, 2 Silver Medals From International Physics Competition

> College Park, MD (July 11, 2001) - Five high school students, representing the United States at the International Physics Olympiad (IPO), have brought home an impressive victory - three gold, and two silver medals. The team also finished 3rd overall, just behind students from China and Russia.

> Brian Beck of Ohio (gold medal), Vladimir Novakovski of Virginia (silver medal), Willie Wong (gold medal) and Daniel Peng (silver medal) of New Jersey, and Andrew Lutomirski of California (gold medal), were selected from an original pool of more than eleven-hundred students from across the country to travel to Antalya, Turkey as part of the U.S. Physics Olympiad Team to the IPO.

> The international competition included a five-hour long laboratory test, as well as a five-hour long theoretical test. The team competed against 300 students from more than 60 countries for their medals.

> "We are so excited for the students," says Dr. Bernard Khoury, Executive Officer of the American Association of Physics Teachers, which co-sponsors the team with the American Institute of Physics. "They have worked so hard, to see them achieve this is incredibly rewarding."

> Now in its 15th year, the U.S. Physics Olympiad program was started in 1986 with the mission of promoting and demonstrating academic excellence, by fielding a team to compete against other nations in the International Physics Olympiad.

> http://www.aip.org/isns/reports/2001/021.html

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