- List of International Mathematical Olympiad participants
International Mathematical Olympiad(IMO) is an annual international high school mathematics competitionfocused primarily on pre-collegiate mathematics, and is the oldest of the international science olympiads. [cite web|url=http://olympiads.win.tue.nl/imo/|title=International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO)|date=2-1-08] The awards for exceptional performance include medals for roughly the top half participants, and honorable mentions for participants who solve at least one problem perfectly.cite web|url=http://imo2006.dmfa.si/results_itd.html|title=47th International Mathematical Olympiad Results|date=2-1-08]
This is a list of participants whom have achieved notability. This includes participants that went on to become notable
mathematicians and participants who scored highly.
The following table lists all IMO Winners who have won at least three gold medals, with corresponding years and non-gold medals received noted (S denotes a silver medal, B denotes a bronze medal and P denotes a perfect score of 42).
A number of IMO medalists went on to become notable
mathematicians. The following medalists received either a Nevanlinna Prize, a Knuth Prize, a Gödel Prize, a Fields Medal, or a Wolf Prizefor original work in either computer scienceor mathematics. G denotes a gold medal, S denotes a silver medal, and B denotes a bronze medal.
Provincial Mathematical Olympiad
List of mathematics competitions
List of International Mathematical Olympiads
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