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Romania’s national junior informatics team won three gold medals and one bronze medal at the 9th edition of the Junior Balkan Olympiad in Informatics that was held September 16-19 in Ohrid, Macedonia, with Romania once again finishing first in the competition’s country ranking.

“The gold medals went to Ovidiu Razvan Harsan and Alexandru Petrescu, both 8th graders of the Tudor Vianu National Informatics College of Bucharest as well as to Andrei Ioan Nicolae (8th grader of the Bucharest International Informatics High School). Rounding up the tally was Maria Alexandra Udristoiu (7th grader of the Fratii Buzesti National College of Craiova), who captured the bronze medal,” the Education Ministry reports in a press statement sent to AGERPRES.

Accompanying and coordinating the team in the competition were teachers Eugen Nodea of the Tudor Vladimirescu National College of Targu-Jiu and Ionel-Vasile Pit-Rada of the Traian National College of Drobeta Turnu-Severin.

There were 38 contesters from 9 countries competing in the Olympiad. AGERPRES

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