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Math Team Canada at the International Mathematical Olympiad

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The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is the world championship mathematics competition for high-school students. Canada has proudly participated in the IMO for over thirty years.

Team members are chosen based on their results in previous competitions and their eligibility to represent Canada at the IMO. Two important Canadian competitions on the road to the IMO are the Sun Life Financial Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC) and the Sun Life Financial Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO).

Hong Kong
Hong Kong

July 6 - 16, 2016
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2016 Math Team Canada

Team Members

Kevin Sun's photo Kevin Sun
Phillips Exeter Academy
Exeter, NH, USA
Kevin's record at the IMO
William Zhao's photo William Zhao
Richmond Hill High School
Richmond Hill, ON
William's record at the IMO
Qi Qi's photo Qi Qi
Phillips Exeter Academy
Exeter, NH, USA
Silver Medalist
Qi's record at the IMO
Kai Sun's photo Kai Sun
A.B. Lucas Secondary School
London, ON
Silver Medalist
Kai's record at the IMO
Ruizhou Yang's photo Ruizhou Yang
University Hill Secondary School
Vancouver, BC
Bronze Medalist
Ruizhou's record at the IMO
Andrew Lin's photo Andrew Lin
University Hill Secondary School
Vancouver, BC
Honourable Mention
Andrew's record at the IMO

Team Leaders

Robert Morewood, Leader
Hunter Spink, Deputy Leader Harvard University
Patrick Lopatto, Deputy Leader Observer Harvard University


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the Government of Nova Scotia; the Government of Ontario; the Government of Prince-Edward Island; Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM);
the Fields Institute; the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences; York University; and the parents, schools and school boards of the members
of Math Team Canada 2016.

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