Log In     Register    

српски serbian srpski     english ufl

cosak

Serbia at BMO

Serbia, formerly within Yugoslavia, has participated at BMO (Balkan Mathematical Olympiad) every year since 1987, except 1999.

  • 29-th BMO, Antalya, Turkey, 2012.
      Teodor von Burg    Belgrade  10  10   10  10  40 points  Gold medal  
      Dušan Šobot    Belgrade 10  10  10  10   40 points  Gold medal  
      Igor Spasojević    Belgrade  10  10  10  10   40 points  Gold medal  
      Rade Špegar    Belgrade   10  10   10  8  38 points Silver medal  
      Ivan Damnjanović    Niš  0  10   10   1   21 points  Bronze medal  
      Ivan Tanasijević    Belgrade  10 10   0   0   20 points  Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Marko Radovanović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: Miloš Milosavljević (Univeristy of Niš)

    The team ranked third among 21 teams. The medal cut-offs were 20, 30, and 39.

  • 28th BMO, Iaşi, Romania, 2011.
      Teodor von Burg    Belgrade  10  0   3  10  23 points    Silver medal  
      Filip Živanović    Belgrade  10  1   0   2   13 points    Bronze medal  
      Igor Spasojević    Belgrade  10  1  10  2   23 points    Silver medal  
      Rade Špegar    Belgrade   4   9   4  10  27 points    Silver medal  
      Stefan Mihajlović    Niš  10  1   2   3   16 points    Bronze medal  
      Stevan Gajović    Belgrade  10  2   3   0   15 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Miloš Stojaković (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: Marko Radovanović (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 4th among 10 official and 9 guest teams. The medal cut-offs were 10, 21, and 30.

  • 27th BMO, Chişinău, Moldova, 2010.
      Teodor von Burg    Belgrade  10 10 10  8   38 points    Gold medal  
      Luka Milićević    Belgrade  10 10  9   7   36 poena    Gold medal  
      Rade Špegar    Belgrade  10  1  10  2   23 poena    Bronze medal  
      Mihajlo Cekić    Belgrade  10 10  1   0   21 poena    Bronze medal  
      Stevan Gajović    Belgrade  10 10  4   2   26 poena    Silver medal  
      Dušan Milijančević    Belgrade  10 10  1   4   25 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: Miloš Stojaković (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: Miloš Milosavljević (University of Niš )

    The team ranked 2nd among 10 official and 9 guest teams. The medal cut-offs were 12, 25, and 35. - Complete results

  • 26th BMO, Kragujevac, Serbia, 2009.
      Teodor von Burg    Belgrade  10 10  9   6   35 poena    Gold medal  
      Luka Milićević    Belgrade  10 10  1   8   29 poena    Gold medal  
      Dušan Milijančević    Belgrade  10 10  2   2   24 poena    Gold medal  
      Vukašin Stojisavljević    Belgrade  10  0   4   0   14 poena    Bronze medal  
      Mihajlo Cekić    Belgrade  10 10  0   0   20 poena    Silver medal  
      Stefan Stojanović    Niš  10  0   1   0   11 poena    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Miloš Stojaković (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: Miloš Milosavljević (University of Niš )

    For the first time, the team ranked 1st among 11 official and 7 guest teams. The medal cut-offs were 6, 15, and 23.

  • 25th BMO, Ohrid, FYR Macedonia, 2008
      Dušan Milijančević    Belgrade  10  0   7   1   18 points    Silver medal  
      Luka Milićević    Belgrade  10  3   4  10  27 points    Silver medal  
      Aleksandar Vasiljković    Belgrade  10  0   2   2   14 points    Bronze medal  
      Teodor von Burg    Belgrade  10  0   8   3   21 points    Silver medal  
      Vladimir Nikolić    Belgrade   9   0   6   0   15 points    Bronze medal  
      Marija Jelić    Belgrade  10  9   7   1   27 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: Miloš Stojaković (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: Miloš Milosavljević (University of Niš )

    The team ranked 4th out of 11 official and 7 guest countries. The medal cut-offs were 5, 17, and 29.

  • 24th BMO, Rhodes, Greece, 2007
      Mladen Radojević    Belgrade  10  5   1  10  26 points    Silver medal  
      Marko Jevremović    Kraljevo  10 10  7   4   31 points    Silver medal  
      Marija Jelić    Belgrade  10  3   2   0   15 points    Bronze medal  
      Dušan Milijančević    Belgrade  10  3   4   0   17 points    Bronze medal  
      Boban Karapetrović    Ivanjica  10  1   1   1   13 points  
      Teodor von Burg    Belgrade  10  1   9  10  30 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: Miloš Stojaković (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: Milivoje Lukić (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 4th out of 9 official and 5 guest countries. The medal cut-offs were 15, 23, and 33.

  • 23rd BMO, Agros, Cyprus, 2006
      Marko Jevremović    Kraljevo  10 10 10  2   32 points    Gold medal  
      Marija Jelić    Belgrade   0   1   2   0     3 points  
      Igor Ninković    Belgrade  10  0   3   1   14 points    Bronze medal  
      Mladen Radojević    Belgrade  10  0   4   1   15 points    Bronze medal  
      Marijana Smailagić    Belgrade  10  1  10  2   23 points    Silver medal  
      Aleksandar Trokicić    Niš  10  0   5   1   16 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Miloš Stojaković (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: Milivoje Lukić (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 6th out of 8 official and 3 guest countries.

  • 22nd BMO, Iaşi, Romania, 2005
      Dimitrije Filipović    Belgrade   3   2   2   0     7 points  
      Uroš Rajković    Belgrade  10  5   0   3   18 points    Bronze medal  
      Petra Stojsavljević    Belgrade  10 10  0   0   20 points    Bronze medal  
      Miloš Djorić    Belgrade  10 10  0   0   20 points    Bronze medal  
      Igor Kabiljo    Belgrade  10  2   0   0   12 points    Bronze medal  
      Djordje Baralić    Kragujevac  10 10  1   1   22 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: Vladimir Baltić (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: Miljan Knežević (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 5th out of 9 countries. The medal cut-offs were 10, 22, and 33 points.

  • 21st BMO, Pleven, Bulgaria, 2004
      Marko Radovanović    Belgrade    34 points    Silver medal  
      Milan Novaković    Belgrade    29 points    Bronze medal  
      Aleksandar Pejčev    Belgrade    27 points    Bronze medal  
      Djordje Baralić    Kragujevac    28 points    Bronze medal  
      Uroš Rajković    Belgrade    24 points    Bronze medal  
      Petra Stojsavljević    Novi Sad    28 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Vladimir Baltić (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: Djordje Krtinić (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 5th out of 9 countries. The medal cut-offs were 22, 30, and 37.

  • 20th BMO, Tirana, Albania, 2003
      Aleksandar Branković    Belgrade   0  10  9   2   21 points    Bronze medal  
      Aleksandar Ilić    Niš  10 10  8   2   30 points    Bronze medal  
      Jelena Milanović    Belgrade  10 10 10  3   33 points    Silver medal  
      Milan Novaković    Belgrade  10 10  7   0   27 points    Bronze medal  
      Aleksandar Pejčev    Belgrade  10  8  10  2   29 points    Bronze medal  
      Marko Radovanović    Belgrade  10  8  10  3   31 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Djordje Krtinić (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: Vladimir Baltić (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 5th out of 9 countries. The medal cut-offs were 18, 33, and 40.

  • 19th BMO, Antalya, Turkey, 2002
      Aleksandar Ilić    Niš    24 points    Silver medal  
      Dejan Kolundžija    Niš    15 points    Bronze medal  
      Milivoje Lukić    Belgrade    22 points    Silver medal  
      Jelena Milanović    Belgrade    15 points    Bronze medal  
      Marko Petković    Niš    12 points    Bronze medal  
      Milan Radonjić    Kragujevac      3 points  
    Team leader: prof. Vojislav Petrović (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: prof. Milena Radnović (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 4th out of 9 countries. The medal cut-offs were 6, 16, and 31.

  • 18th BMO, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 2001
      Milan Kirćanski    Belgrade    21 points  
      Vladimir Lazić    Belgrade    33 points    Silver medal  
      Milivoje Lukić    Belgrade    33 points    Bronze medal  
      Karola Mesaroš    Belgrade    16 points  
      Milan Radonjić    Kragujevac    11 points    Bronze medal  
      Tatjana Simčević    Belgrade    30 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Vladimir Dragović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Milena Radnović (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 4th out of 10 countries. The medal cut-offs were 10, 25, and 38.

  • 17th BMO, Chişinău, Moldova, 2000
      Ivana Božić    Belgrade       
      Tijana Kostić    Belgrade    11 points    Bronze medal  
      Vladimir Lazić    Belgrade    19 points    Silver medal  
      Milivoje Lukić    Belgrade    13 points    Bronze medal  
      Miloš Popović    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
      Tomislav Radić    Belgrade     
    Team leader: prof. Vladimir Dragović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Novica Blažić (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 5th out of 9 countries.

  • 15th BMO, Nicosia, Cyprus, 1998
      Dušan Djukić    Belgrade    40 points    Gold medal  
      Predrag Glišić    Belgrade    22 points    Bronze medal  
      Isidora Milin    Belgrade    24 points    Silver medal  
      Nikola Petrović    Belgrade    34 points    Silver medal  
      Goran Predović    Belgrade    40 points    Gold medal  
      Jelena Spasojević    Belgrade    33 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: prof. Vladimir Dragović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Siniša Crvenković (University of Novi Sad)

    The team ranked 2nd out of 8 countries. The medal cut-offs were 21, 24, and 37.

  • 14th BMO, Kalambaka, Greece, 1997
      Branislav Cvetković    Belgrade    16 points  
      Dušan Djukić    Belgrade    26 points    Bronze medal  
      Nikola Petrović    Belgrade    36 points    Silver medal  
      Jelena Spasojević    Belgrade    35 points    Silver medal  
      Rade Stanojević    Niš    24 points    Bronze medal  
      Ivan Veljković    Loznica    15 points  
    Team leader: prof. Vladimir Dragović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Vojislav Petrović (University of Novi Sad)

    The team ranked 4th out of 9 countries. The medal cut-offs were 21, 31, and 40.

  • 37th IMO, Bacău, Romania, 1996
      Vladimir Brankov    Niš    13 points    Bronze medal  
      Djordje Milićević    Belgrade    40 points    Gold medal  
      Jelena Spasojević    Belgrade    18 points    Bronze medal  
      Marko Stošić    Belgrade    27 points    Silver medal  
      Boris Šobot    Novi Sad    23 points    Bronze medal  
      Ivan Veljković    Loznica    16 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Ratko Tošić (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: prof. Pavle Mladenović (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 4th out of 9 countries.

  • 12th BMO, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 1995
      Djordje Krtinić    Belgrade    13 points  
      Djordje Milićević    Belgrade    30 points    Gold medal  
      Viktor Rozgić    Valjevo    17 points    Bronze medal  
      Igor Salom    Belgrade    15 points    Bronze medal  
      Miroslav Treml    Ilijaš    30 points    Gold medal  
      Boris Šobot    Novi Sad    20 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: prof. Pavle Mladenović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Vojislav Petrović (University of Novi Sad)

    The team ranked 3rd out of 6 countries. The medal cut-offs were 14, 20, and 30.

  • 11th BMO, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, 1994
      Milena Davidović    Belgrade      8 points    Bronze medal  
      Igor Irić    Vranje      7 points  
      Vesna Kadelburg    Belgrade      8 points    Bronze medal  
      Djordje Krtinić    Belgrade      4 points  
      Igor Salom    Belgrade      6 points  
      Miroslav Treml    Ilijaš    24 points    Silver medal  
    Vodja ekipe: prof. Pavle Mladenović (Univerzitet u Beogradu)
    Zamenik vodje: prof. Vojislav Petrović (Univerzitet u Novom Sadu)

    The team ranked 3rd out of 5 countries. The medal cut-offs were 8, 14, and 34.

  • 10-th BMO, Cyprus, 1993.
    Nebojša Gvozdenović   Silver medal 
    Petar Djapić   Silver medal
    Vladimir Nikolić   Bronze medal  
    Darko Ostojić  Silver medal
    Iva Stavrov   Bronze medal
    Dragan Stevanović   Gold medal  

  • 9-th BMO, Greece, 1992.
      Vladimir Božin   Silver medal 
      Igor Dolinka   Gold medal
      Ranko Lazić   Silver medal  
      Mladen Laudanović  Gold medal
      Petar Marković   Silver medal
      Velibor Tintor   Gold medal  

  • 8-th BMO, Romania, 1991.
      Vladimir Baltić   Bronze medal 
      Igor Dolinka   Silver medal
      Mladen Laudanović   Gold medal  
      Darko Marinov  Silver medal
      Kristina Rogale  
      Tomaž Cedilnik   Bronze medal  

  • 7-th BMO, Bulgaria, 1990.
    Ivan Anić   Bronze medal 
    Vladimir Baltić   Silver medal
    Igor Dolinka   Gold medal  
    Vanja Dunjić  Bronze medal
    Alen Selimbegović   Silver medal
    Miroslav Šilović   Silver medal  

  • 6-th BMO, Yugoslavia, 1989.
    Andrej Vilfan   Silver medal 
    Predrag Grković   Silver medal
    Rastko Marinković   Gold medal  
    Nebojša Nikolić  Bronze medal
    Milena Radnović  Gold medal
    Rade Todorović   Gold medal  

  • 5-th BMO, Cyprus, 1988.
    Miran Božičević   Silver medal 
    Vlado Kešelj Silver medal
    Rastko Marinković   Bronze medal
    Aleksandra Smiljanić Bronze medal
    Rade Todorović  Gold medal
    Riste Škrekovski   Bronze medal  

  • 4-th BMO, Greece, 1987.
    Nebojša Vasiljević   Silver medal 
    Predrag Janičić Silver medal
    Vlado Kešelj  Gold medal
    Olivera Milenković Bronze medal
    Aleksandra Smiljanić  Bronze medal
    Rade Todorović  Gold medal  

cosak
cosak cosak