Croatian students win silver, two bronzes at International Olympiad in Informatics

Croatian high school students have won one silver and two bronze medals at the 28th International Olympiad in Informatics, held in Kazan, Russia, on August 12-19.

Fourth-year student Domagoj Bradac of Zagreb won a silver medal while third-year student Adrian Beker and second-year student Vilim Lendvaj, also from Zagreb, won bronze medals.

The Croatian national team was led by Adrian Satja Kurdija and Frane Kurtovic.

The event brought together 308 competitors from 80 countries.

Last update: Fri, 19/08/2016 - 22:02
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