Ontario Premier, Doug Ford, wishes “the best of luck to the Ontario students competing in the World Mathematical Olympiad Global Finals” 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand!
We are extremely excited to announce the list of the top 6 students from each level who will be representing Canada in Bangkok, Thailand on August 11th, 2019.
Please find the names below with the cities where they wrote the competitions.
Please find below the list of the finalists who will be invited to write the WMO Canadian Finals on April 26th, 2019. Congratulations to all our finalists!
After the Canadian Finals Competition, the top 6 students from each level will be joining WMO Team Canada 2019 and represent us in Bangkok, Thailand on August 11th, 2019.
Please find the names below based on the campus where they wrote the competitions.
University of Calgary
Central Toronto Campus
Creekside Community Centre
Don Mills Campus
New Market Aurora Campus
Fort Garry Campus-Winnipeg
Global Head Office
Markham East Campus
Markham West Campus
Nicholas S G
Mississauga West Campus
Richmond Hill Central Campus
Richmond Hill North Campus
Dilen De S
University of Moncton
Amanda (Y) H
West Vancouver Campus
Jia Hong S
WMO Canada, a project by Spirit of Math, is happy to announce the registration deadline for the 2019 qualifiers is extended to March 8, 2019!
WMO Canada is a project powered by Spirit of Math. We select and train Team Canada for the WMO Global Finals.
On August 2018, Team Canada received 11 medals at Stanford University, California!
In 2019, the 12 finalists making up Team Canada will compete against other countries in Thailand.
Students in Grades 3 to 6 can register until March 8, 2019.
Is your child ready to represent Canada?
I liked the training camp because I got to meet some new people and refresh on some math. I think that the WMO is a good opportunity to get better at math, but also team activities. The practice activities we did in class were fun, since they got us together as a group before the actual activities, but also helped us know what the actual activities were like.
Julius A. K. - Silver Medalist from Toronto, Ontario
I went to the World Mathematical Olympiad last year in Beijing, China, which was not my choice, but my mom’s😜. In the end, it turned out to be so much fun to compete with my team and I got a great experience!!! I’m glad to have the chance to attend again this year at Stanford this summer. I hope that Canada will be proud of me and 🍁Team Canada🍁!
Caroline C. - Bronze Medalist from Markham, Ontario
David really likes to do Math. Last year we were travelling during the contest time. So, we couldn’t enroll to take the previous contests. This year he didn’t wanna miss it again. It is so lucky to be selected as one member of Canada team Level 1 this year. He is so thrilled to have this chance.
Carol, David’s Mom - Bronze Medalist from Richmond, British Columbia
A lot of things drive me to represent Canada this summer! It is an amazing opportunity to have some fun, test my abilities, and meet new people, and visit Stanford University. WMO is not just your typical math competition. You don’t just sit there for an hour, write an exam paper, and leave. The whole competition is a full day affair packed with fun.
Jessica J. Bronze Medalist from Vancouver, British Columbia
I am very proud and happy to be representing my country, especially at Stanford as I hear it's a really good university. So, I am excited but nervous too as I’m competing against the whole entire world. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity and I am very happy that I can make the best of it and not waste it.
Ansh A. Bronze Medalist from Brampton, Ontario: