EGMO: EGMO 2022 in Hungary: Individual contestants
The EGMO Board met on March 6th and March 15th to discuss how to
react to the Russian aggression in Ukraine identified by the General
Assembly of the United Nations. The EGMO Board made two decisions
(see below). The EGMO Board acted under the Force Majeure
clause of General Regulations and has also been in contact with the
The decisions were (i) to exclude Russia from EGMO 2022 and (ii) to
allow 4 students from Russia to compete remotely in EGMO 2022 as
private individuals (eligible for certificates, prizes and medals)
without national flags or symbols.
A vote of the EGMO Jury took place. The decisions above were
A more detailed explanation of the reasons for these decisions and
the exact result of the vote have been sent to EGMO Jury members.
The EGMO Board
The following table gives details of the individual contestants
competing remotely, not as part of a team, under the above decision.
Scores were assigned by the coordinators, based on an independent
translation of the contestants’ scripts and taking into account
a written assessment provided by the country contact.
|Ralina Iusupova||7||7||7||7||7||4||39||Gold Medal|
|Taisiia Korotchenko||7||7||7||7||7||7||42||Gold Medal|
|Galiia Sharafetdinova||7||7||7||7||7||7||42||Gold Medal|
|Alisa Volkova||7||7||7||7||7||2||37||Gold Medal|
The country contact was Nadezhda Vlasova.