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Russian high-schoolers won 4 medals at the European Physics Olympiad

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Russian high-schoolers won 4 medals at the European Physics Olympiad


05.06.2019

Photo credit: the press department of the Ministry of Education  

Participants  of Russian team won four medals at the European Physics Olympiad. The Olympiad took place in Riga, Latvia on June, 4th. Student from Moscow Dmitry Tsarev received the gold. Others won two silver and one bronze medal, RIA Novosti reported.

Apart of Dmitry Tsarev, several other students had great results as well. All five participants are winners of All-Russian Olympiad. Teachers from leading Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology have prepared them for the contest. 

As we reprted earlier, Moscow high-schooler Grigory Bobkov was runaway winner at the Asian Physics Olympiad in Australia. In total, Russian students have got 6 medals. The Education Minister of Russia Olga Vasilyeva congratulated schoolchildren and their teachers. 

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