Romania – four medals, first place in general ranking at International Geography Olympiad

Romania’s national team won a gold medal, two silver medals and a bronze medal at the International Geography Olympiad, taking place Aug 10 – 18, in Tver, Russia. Romania also recorded a new success – the first place in the general ranking.
According to a press statement from the Education Ministry released on Tuesday, the competition in Russia gathered over 150 contestants from 40 countries.
Costin George Dobrin, 11th grader at the Mircea cel Batran National College of Constanta won the gold medal, while Elena Aura Amironesei (12th grader at the National College of Iasi), also a silver medallist at the previous edition, and Sonia Adelina Sortan (12th grader at the Decebal National College of Deva) won silver medals. The bronze medal went to Lorena Davidel (12th grader at theNicu Gane National College of Falticeni).
The team and the accompanying teachers – Mihaela Cornelia Fiscutean and Dorin Fiscutean (National College of Iasi) return to Romania on Tuesday.

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