This time the winner is Adam Gąsienica-Samek. The Polish team won 2 gold and 4 silver medals in Baltic Olympiad in Informatics 2023. A year ago triumphed Antoni Buraczewski.
The 29th edition of competition took place at the turn of April and May in Lyngby, Denmark. It was attended by 6-person teams from the Baltic countries. From Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Norway, Poland, and Sweden, and a guest team from Ukraine. In total, however, 72 players participated in the competition because Denmark, as the host, could field two teams. The Polish team was represented by the 6 highest-ranked participants of the final Polish Olynpiad of Informatics. And all of them won medals.
Baltic Olympiad in Informatics 2023 – results
The winner of this year’s competition was the representative of Poland, Adam Gąsienica-Samek. He is a student in the 2nd grade of the 14th High School in Warsaw. The second gold medal for the 4th place was won by Konstanty Smolira. He attends the 3rd grade of the Private High School in Lublin.
Silver discs were awarded to: Marek Muzyka (for 6th place) and Rafał Mańczyk (for 8th place) from the 14th High School in Wrocław. And to Waldemar Lamandini (for 9th place) and Olaf Targowski (for 14th place), students of the 3rd Secondary School in Gdynia. All silver medalists attend the 3rd grade.
The team was supervised by Bartosz Kostka (Google Canada) and Tomasz Nowak (a student at the University of Warsaw).
The full competition results can be found here.
About previous edition read here.