Bulgarian School Students Win 5 Medals at International Linguistics Olympiad

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Bulgarian School Students Win 5 Medals at International Linguistics Olympiad
Bulgarian School Students Win 5 Medals at International Linguistics Olympiad

Africa-Press – Ghana. Bulgarian students won two gold, one silver and two bronze medals at the Isle of Man International Linguistics Olympiad 2022, the Ministry of Education and Science said on Tuesday.

The gold was carried off by Alexander Dimitrov and Konstantin Georgiev, 11-graders at the mathematics high schools of Varna and Ruse. Gergana Petrova, 8th grade at the School of Natural Science and Mathematics in Burgas, won the silver medal.

The bronze went to Alexandra Naidenova, 12th grader at the Language School in Pernik, and Teodor Malchev, 11th grader at Sofia’s School of Mathematics.

The IOL is one of 13 International Science Olympiads for secondary school students, and has been held annually since 2003. Each year, teams of young linguists from around the world gather and test their minds against the world’s toughest puzzles in language and linguistics.

This year’s puzzle involved rare languages from the Caucasus, North America and South Asia. So far, Bulgarian students have won 21 gold, 23 silver and 35 bronze medals, ranking the country second after the United States. Next year Bulgaria will host the 20th jubilee IOL edition. BTA/GNA

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