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Serbia at JBMO

Serbia participates at JBMO (Junior Balkan Mathematical Olympiad) since its foundation in 1997.

  • 16-ta JBMO, Vera, Greece, 2012.
      Aleksa Konstantinov    Kikinda    29 points    Silver medal  
      Luka Vukelić    Beograd    29 points    Silver medal  
      Nikola Samardzhić   Beograd   27 points    Silver medal  
      Aleksandar Milošević    Pančevo   20 points    Bronze medal  
      Kristina Siladji   Novi Sad    20 points    Bronze medal  
      Stanislav Todorović   Niš    15 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Nenad Vulović (University of Jagodina)
    Deputy leader: Miloš Djorić (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 3rd among 11 countries. The medal cut-offs were 12, 22, and 37 points.

  • 15-th JBMO, Larnakca, Cyprus, 2011.
      Maksim Stokić    Beograd    36 points    Gold medal  
      Marijana Vujadinović    Beograd    35 points    Gold medal  
      Andjela Šarković    Niš    31 points    Silver medal  
      Bogdana Jelić    Beograd    30 points    Silver medal  
      Branko Grbić    Šabac    30 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: Djordje Baralić (Institute of Mathematics SANU)
    Deputy leader: Nenad Vulović (University of Jagodina)

    The team ranked 3rd among 10 countries (with one competitor less). The medal cut-offs were 17, 30, and 35 points.

  • 14-th JBMO, Olanesti, Romania, 2010.
      Jelena Trišović    Beograd    31 points    Silver medal  
      Lazar Mojsilović    Ivanjica    31 points    Silver medal  
      Dušan Drobnjak    Beograd    29 points    Silver medal  
      Bogdana Jelić    Beograd    27 points    Bronze medal  
      Bojan Roško    Zaječar    22 points    Bronze medal  
      Ivan Tanasijević    Beograd    17 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: Djordje Baralić (Institute of Mathematics SANU)
    Deputy leader: Slavoljub Milosavljević (Niš)

    The team ranked 4th among 10 countries. The medal cut-offs were 12, 25, and 38 points.

  • 13-th JBMO, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2009.
      Dušan Šobot    Novi Sad    40 points    Gold medal  
      Lazar Mojsilović    Ivanjica    36 points    Silver medal  
      Bojan Roško    Zaječar    23 points    Bronze medal  
      Stefan Spalević    Kragujevac    20 points    Bronze medal  
      Srdjan Stefanović    Šabac    18 points    Bronze medal  
      Dušan Drobnjak    Beograd    11 points   
    Team leader: Djordje Baralić (Institute of Mathematics SANU)
    Deputy leader: Slavoljub Milosavljević (Niš)

    The team ranked 4th among 10 countries. The medal cut-offs were 13, 24, and 39 points.

  • 12-th JBMO, Vlore, Albania, 2008.
      Teodor von Burg    Belgrade    40 points    Gold medal  
      Stevan Gajović    Belgrade    40 points    Gold medal  
      Nevena Nikolić    Belgrade    34 points    Silver medal  
      Igor Spasojević    Belgrade    32 points    Silver medal  
      Rade Špegar    Šabac    28 points    Bronze medal  
      Lola Spasić    Belgrade    25 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Branko Popović (University of Kragujevac)
    Deputy leader: Djordje Baralić (University of Kragujevac)

    The team ranked 4-th out of 10 countries. The medal cut-offs were 13, 30 and 38 points.

  • 11-th JBMO, Shumen, Bulgaria, 2007.
      Filip Živanović    Beograd  10 10  6   4   30 points    Silver medal  
      Stevan Gajović    Beograd  10 10  4   4   28 points    Silver medal  
      Teodor von Burg    Beograd  10 10 10  4   34 points    Silver medal  
      Vukašin Stojisavljević    Beograd  10  1   2   2   15 points    Bronze medal  
      Dušan Šobot    Novi Sad   1   5   4   4   14 points    Bronze medal  
      Veljko Panić    Beograd  10 10 10  4   34 points    Silver medal  
    Team leader: prof. Branko Popović (University of Kragujevac)
    Deputy leader: prof. Slavoljub Milosavljević (University of Niš )

    The team ranked 3-rd out of 10 countries. The medal cut-offs were 6, 22 and 37 points.

  • 10-th JBMO, Chişinău, Moldova, 2006.
      Teodor von Burg    Bor    39 points    Gold medal  
      Dušan Milijančević    Belgrade    36 points    Silver medal  
      Luka Milićević    Belgrade    37 points    Gold medal  
      Aleksandar Vasiljković    Belgrade    32 points    Silver medal  
      Matija Milović    Belgrade    25 points    Bronze medal  
      Mihajlo Cekić    Belgrade    25 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Ratko Tošić (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: prof. Branko Popović (University of Kragujevac)

    The team ranked 2-nd out of 10 countries.

  • 9-th JBMO, Veria, Greece, 2005.
      Jelena Marković    Belgrade    30 points    Gold medal  
      Boban Karapetrović    Ivanjica    19 points    Bronze medal  
      Mikloš Homolja    Senta    22 points    Silver medal  
      Dušan Milijančević    Belgrade    24 points    Silver medal  
      Ognjen Ivković    Belgrade      5 points  
      Teodor fon Burg    Bor    19 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Ratko Tošić (University of Novi Sad)
    Deputy leader: prof. Branko Popović (University of Kragujevac)

    The team ranked 2-nd out of 11 countries. The medal cut-offs were 13, 20 and 25 points.

  • 8-ma JBMO, Novi Sad, Srbija i Crna Gora, 2004.
      Marija Jelić    Belgrade    39 points    Silver medal  
      Marko Jevremović    Kraljevo    28 points    Silver medal  
      Aleksandar Trokicić    Niš    36 points    Silver medal  
      Ivana Petrović       34 points    Silver medal  
      Bojan Lazić       24 points    Bronze medal  
      Laura Čizmadija    Subotica    16 points    Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Miloš Arsenović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: Marija Stanić (University of Kragujevac)

    The team ranked 3-rd out of 10 countries.

  • 7-th JBMO, İzmir, Turkey, 2003.
      Dragan Lukić    Belgrade    22 points    Bronze medal  
      Marko Jevremović    Kraljevo    22 points    Bronze medal  
      Miloš Djorić    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
      Jelena Andrić    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
      Mladen Radojević    Belgrade         Bronze medal  
      Jelena Pajović    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Branko Popović (University of Kragujevac)
    Deputy leader: Marija Stanić (University of Kragujevac)

    The team ranked 5-th out of 10 countries.

  • 6-th JBMO, Târgu-Mureş, Romania, 2002.
      Miroslav Nikolić    Novi Sad       Silver medal  
      Igor Ninković    Belgrade       Silver medal  
      Nikola Šehović    Obrenovac       Bronze medal  
      Marko Pavlović    Pirot       Bronze medal  
      Andrija Jovanović    Belgrade         Bronze medal  
      Dragana Bodroƈić    Belgrade     
    Team leader: prof. Branko Popović (University of Kragujevac)
    Deputy leader: Marija Stanić (University of Kragujevac)

    The team ranked 4-th out of 10 countries.

  • 5-th JBMO, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2001.
      Srdjan Krstić    Niš       Silver medal  
      Djordje Baralić    Kragujevac       Bronze medal  
      Petra Stojsavljević    Novi Sad       Bronze medal  
      Nikola Lukić    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
      Ognjen Ilić    Belgrade         Bronze medal  
      Igor Kabiljo    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Branko Popović (University of Kragujevac)
    Deputy leader: Marija Stanić (University of Kragujevac)

    The team ranked 4-th out of 10 countries.

  • 4-th JBMO, Ohrid, FYR Macedonia, 2000.
      Milan Novaković    Obrenovac       Bronze medal  
      Zlatko Emedji    Novi Sad       Bronze medal  
      Dejan Kraković    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
      Milan Cvetković          H. mention  
      Žana Janković    Podgorica         H. mention  
    Team leader: Milan Jovanović (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Žana Kovijanić (University of Podgorica)

  • 3-rd JBMO, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 1999.
      Aleksandar Ilić    Niš    39 points    Gold medal  
      Lazar Krstić    Niš       Bronze medal  
      Jelena Milanović    Belgrade       Silver medal  
      Marina Peneva    Belgrade       H. mention  
      Milivoje Lukić    Belgrade    39 points    Gold medal  
    Team leader: prof. Dragoslav Ljubić (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Dragan Acketa (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 4-th out of 9 countries.

  • 2-nd JBMO, Athens, Greece, 1998.
      Maja Etinski    Belgrade       Silver medal  
      Marija Malnar    Belgrade       Silver medal  
      Nenad Jovanović    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
      Mirjana Brajković    Belgrade       Bronze medal  
      Maja Tasković    Novi Sad       Bronze medal  
    Team leader: prof. Vojislav Andrić (University of Belgrade)
    Deputy leader: prof. Mirjana Djorić (University of Belgrade)

    The team ranked 4-th out of 9 countries.

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