Greek Schoolboy to Compete in Two International Olympiads

Highshool student awarded

Athinagoras Skiadopoulos from Rhodes won the National Physics Contest, adding another important award to his CV, and making his parents and his teachers proud of him once again.

He has previously won the gold metal at the Balkan Mathematical Olympiad 2014 in Bulgaria with a perfect score of 40/40, which qualified him to take part in the International Mathematical Olympiad in Cape Town, Africa.

Winning the National Contest has given him the chance to participate in the International Physics Olympiad in Kazakhstan on July 13.

He is the first student ever to participate in both international olympiads (physics and mathematics).