Final tally of results (preliminary numbers)

Here is the final tally:

1. Individual contest (86 participants from 17 countries)

a. individual medals

2 golds: student from Bulgaria, student from Poland
8 silvers: Rebecca Jacobs + 7 more students
12 bronzes: Sergei Bernstein, John Berman, Alan Huang + 9 more students
20 honorable mentions: Morris, Daryl, Vivaek, Anand + 16 more

b. highest average

Russia M

c. best solutions

problem 1 (tie) – student from Russia M, Alan Huang
problem 2 – student from Russia M
problem 3 – student from South Korea
problem 4 (tie) – students from Russia M, Poland, Bulgaria
problem 5 – John Berman

2. Team contest (23 teams from 17 countries)

1 gold – USA Red (Rebecca, Anand, Morris, Alan)
1 silver – South Korea 1
1 bronze – Russia M

3. Overall statistics:

a. by medal count (individual + team)

USA 5 1+1+3 (tie)
Poland 5 1+1+3 (tie)
Russia 4 1+2+1
Bulgaria 3 1+1+1
Estonia 2 0+1+1
Korea 2 0+0+2
India 1 0+1+0
Latvia 1 0+1+0
UK 1 0+0+1

b. by medal count (individual only)

the following teams got at least one honorable mention but no
medals: Latvia, Netherlands, Ireland, Germany

c. by total prizes (medals + best solution awards + highest-average)

Russia 8
USA 7
Poland 6
Bulgaria 4
South Korea 3
Estonia 2

NB! All counts above are based on my personal notes. Changes are
possible.

NB! The scores above have not been broken down into individual
teams. I will post this information when I get it from the organizers.

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