GS DLSZ MATHLETE STUDENTS BAG MEDALS AND AWARDS IN INT’L COMPETITIONS

Congratulations to our grade school mathletes who competed in various international competitions held this Academic Year 2018-2019.

Alex Gohockaun Goh (DLSZ 2025) won bronze award in the recently held International Talent Mathematics Competiton (ITMC) in Thailand last February 8-12, 2019. The said competition was the second round of the locally held ITMC.

Alex Goh (middle)

Alex Goh (middle)

 

 

Meanwhile, Johan Aldrich Kimwell (DLSZ 2027) and Joedi Costes (DLSZ 2026) for their emerged winners in the  China Primary Mathematics Olympiad held last July 27 – August 1, 2018 in China.

In the Individual Category, Aldrich won a gold medal while Joedi bagged the bronze medal. In the Team Category, Aldrich’s team won the Overall Champion while Joedi’s team won 2nd Runner up, thus winning another gold and bronze medal, respectively.

(L-R) Aldrich Johan Kimwell (DLSZ 2027), Joedi Costes (DLSZ 2026), and John Eulogio Rodriguez III (DLSZ 2024)

(L-R) Aldrich Johan Kimwell (DLSZ 2027), Joedi Costes (DLSZ 2026), and John Eulogio Rodriguez III (DLSZ 2024)

 

Furthermore, our young mathletes who competed in the International Mathematics Competition (IMC) also bagged medals and awards in Singapore last July 27 – 30, 2018.

Matt Gerard Navarro (DLSZ 2028), Jacobson Co (DLSZ 2028), John Iain Iñigo Aguada (DLSZ 2028), Joshua Milan (DLSZ 2027), Athena Gabrielle Kimwell (DLSZ 2025), and Anton Mikhail Gonzales (DLSZ 2025) became part of the Philippine team which amassed a total of 197 medals: 27 golds, 54 silvers and 116 bronzes in the 14-nation contest. The team consisting of our Filipino math wizards bested their competitors from 13 other countries to emerge as the champions in the IMC.

During the competition, Matt Gerard and Joshua bagged gold medals, which are the first golds of the DLSZ Grade School in the history of participating in this competition. Iñigo and Jacobson got silver medals while Athena Gabrielle and Anton Mikhail took home bronze medals.

China bagged 25 gold medals while Taiwan took home 13 golds to place second and third, followed by Vietnam and Indonesia with 12 and 10 golds, respectively.

The other participating countries were Australia, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand and host Singapore.

The DLSZ Community is proud of you! Animo La Salle!

Front (L–R): Jacobson Co (DLSZ 2028), Iñigo Aguada (DLSZ 2028), Matt Gerard Navarro (DLSZ 2028), Joshua Milan (DLSZ 2027) Back (L–R): Martin Johan Ocho (DLSZ 2023), Chelsea Marie Echevarria (DLSZ 2023), Athena Gabrielle Kimwell (DLSZ 2025) Anton Mikhail Gonzales (DLSZ 2025)

Front (L–R): Jacobson Co (DLSZ 2028), Iñigo Aguada (DLSZ 2028), Matt Gerard Navarro (DLSZ 2028), Joshua Milan (DLSZ 2027)
Back (L–R): Martin Johan Ocho (DLSZ 2023), Chelsea Marie Echevarria (DLSZ 2023), Athena Gabrielle Kimwell (DLSZ 2025) Anton Mikhail Gonzales (DLSZ 2025)