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IOL (International Linguistics Olympiad)

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Bansko (Bulgaria) 2023: July 21 – 29

Results

Click to see all the highlights of 2022 with the UKLO Team:

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Repeat Medallists

  • Liam McKnight: 4 time gold medallist (2015-2018), current record holder for the IOL
  • Samuel Ahmed: 3 time gold medallist (2015-2017)
  • Simeon (Simi) Hellsten: 2 time gold medallist (2017,2019) and silver medallist (2018)
  • Benedict Randall Shaw: 2 time gold medallist (2018-2019)
  • Toby Collins: Silver medallist (2022) and bronze medallist (2021)
  • Omri Faraggi: Silver medallist (2013) and bronze medallist (2012)

Total Year by Year Breakdown

(Other = Best Answer or Honourable Mention or Solver’s Choice), hover mouse to see details (includes individual medals, team trophies (each counted as one), individual contest team ranking, best solutions and honorable mentions)

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Timeline

2012
July 29

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Melanie Duncan (James Allen’s Girls’ School) Bronze ● Omri Faraggi (Abingdon School) Bronze ● Baichuan Li (Highgate School) Bronze ● Tom White (Winchester College) Silver
2011
July 25

Pittsburgh, US

Nik Moore (John Leggott College, Scunthorpe) Bronze ● Piotr Gałuszka (Worth School, Turners Hill) Honourable Mention
2010
July 19

Stockholm, Sweden

Younus Porteous (Westminster School) Bronze ● Nathan Somers (Manchester Grammar School) Best solution ● Craig Bohrson (Manchester Grammar School) Honourable Mention ● Carl Rietschel (Westminster School) Honourable Mention
2009
July 26

Wrocław, Poland

Ben Caller (Manchester Grammar School) Bronze