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Trinidad & Tobago Students Top Math Competition In Cambodia

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In case you missed it, four young stu­dents from the island of Trinidad & Tobago have done their coun­try proud by ex­celling in an In­ter­na­tion­al Men­tal Math­e­mat­ics Com­pe­ti­tion in Cam­bo­dia, ranking first, sec­ond and third places in their re­spec­tive cat­e­gories.

From left, Teevan Samlal, Ivan Maharaj, Bruce Boodoo and Kristoff Seebaran celebrate after placing in the top three at the UCMAS International competition in Cambodia on December 8.
From left, Teevan Samlal, Ivan Maharaj, Bruce Boodoo and Kristoff Seebaran celebrate after placing in the top three at the UCMAS International competition in Cambodia on December 8.

PHOTO SOURCE: Trinidad Guardian 


Ivan Chris­t­ian Ma­haraj, 11, Bruce Boodoo, nine, Tee­van Sam­lal, 15 and Kristoff See­baran, eight, trav­elled 17,000 km to the South-East Asian na­tion to com­pete against more than 4,000 par­tic­i­pants from 80 coun­tries at the Uni­ver­sal Con­cept Men­tal Arith­metic Sys­tem (UC­MAS) 24th In­ter­na­tion­al Com­pe­ti­tion on De­cem­ber 8. Af­ter com­pet­ing in the one-day event Ma­haraj cap­tured first place, Boodoo placed sec­ond, while Sam­lal and See­baran took third place in their re­spec­tive cat­e­gories.


READ MORE: Source: Trinidad Guardian (SASCHA WIL­SON)


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