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e-math logo U.S. Team excels again at International Mathematical Olympiad


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Competing against teams representing 82 countries, a team of U.S. high school students won six medals at the 38th International Mathematical Olympiad held in Argentina, July 18-31, 1997.

Top 10 teams and their scores (out of a possible 252 points) were:

bulletChina (223)
bulletHungary (219)
bulletIran (217)
bulletU.S.A. (202)
bulletRussia (202)
bulletUkraine (195)
bulletBulgaria (191)
bulletRomania (191)
bulletAustralia (187)
bulletVietnam (183)

1997 U.S. team members:

Carl J. Bosley, Washburn Rural High School, Topeka, KS
Nathan G. Curtis, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA
Li-Chung Chen, Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, CA
John J. Clyde, New Plymouth High School, New Plymouth, ID
Josh P. Nichols-Barrer, Newton South High School, Newton Ctr, MA
Daniel A. Stronger, Stuyvesant High School, New York, NY

Sponsored by nine organizations of the mathematical sciences, the U.S.A Mathematical Olympiad is organized by the American Mathematics Competitions

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