International Mathematical Olympiad took place in London

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The International Mathematical Olympiad Tournament of Towns was held at the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in London. The goal of the Tournament is to identify talented and mathematically gifted children aged 13-18. Unlike most other mathematical olympiads, the competition focuses the participants on in-depth work on the task, rather than on sporting success, thus developing their research skills.

Prizes from the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in the UK and scholarships from the Russian school of mathematics and programming were prepared for the winners. In addition, those who successfully presented at the tournament were invited to summer conferences, which are held in various cities and countries.

The Tournament of Cities is an international mathematical Olympiad, which has been held since 1980. Schoolchildren from more than 100 cities in over 25 countries of Europe, Asia, South and North America, Australia and Oceania participate in it each year.

The mathematical competition was organized by the Russian School of Mathematics and Programming based at the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in the UK.