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11 — 12 November 2017

An annual international tournament that brings together gifted secondary school students for a variety of creative intellectual competitions in mathematics, physics, and informatics coupled with sports events.

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Tournament highlights

KamaChallenge is an annual international tournament that brings together gifted secondary school students for a variety of creative intellectual competitions in mathematics, physics, and informatics coupled with sports events.

KamaChallenge 2017

11 — 12 November 2017

The first day of the tournament will include competitions in physics, mathematics, and informatics. It will take place at PSU building #1.

The sports day will take place at Sukharev Sports Complex where teams will compete in streetball games and relay races.

The winner will be decided based on the results of intellectual and sports competitions.

Tournament organizer

KamaChallenge is organized at the initiative of the Friends Club for Physics and Mathematics School No. 146.

Previous tournaments

2017
2016
2015
2014
2013

On November 5-6, Perm saw KamaChallenge 2017 — the fourth intellectual and sports tournament for gifted secondary school students. The tournament took place in Perm for the third time, bringing together students from schools of the Perm Territory, Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Berezniki and Kungur.

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Teams
  1. School No. 146, Perm
  2. School No. 9, Perm
  3. Lyceum No. 2, Perm
  4. School No. 3, Berezniki
  5. Phys & Maths Lyceum, Kirov
  1. Lyceum No. 1, Kungur
  2. MG School, Belgrade
  3. Gymnasium No. 9, Ekaterinburg
  4. Lyceum No. 10, Perm
  5. IT School, Perm

Categories and winners:

Physics:

1st place winner — the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov

2nd place — the team from Mathematical Grammar School, Belgrade

3rd place winner — the team from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg

Mathematics:

1st place winner — the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov,

2nd place winner — the team from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg,

3rd place winner — the team from School No. 146, Perm and Mathematical Grammar School, Belgrade.

Programming:

1st place winner — the team from School No. 146, Perm

2nd place winner — the team from School No. 9, Perm

3rd place winner — the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov

Sports competitions:

1st place winner — the team from School No. 3, Berezniki,

2nd place winner — the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov,

3rd place winner — the team from IT School, Perm.

The all-around winner of the tournament was the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov.

KamaChallenge 2016 Tasks

On October 30 and November 1, Perm saw KamaChallenge 2015—the third intellectual and sports tournament for gifted secondary school students. The tournament took place in Perm for the third time, bringing together students from schools of the Perm Territory, Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Kstovo, Berezniki and Kungur.

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Teams
  1. Mathematical Grammar School, Belgrade
  2. Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov
  3. High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg
  4. School No. 3, Berezniki
  5. Lyceum No. 1, Kungur
  1. School No. 9, Perm
  2. School No. 146, Perm
  3. Lyceum No. 2, Perm
  4. Lyceum No. 10, Kstovo
  5. Lyceum No. 1, Perm

Categories and winners:

Physics:

1st place winner—the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov

2nd place – the team from School No. 3, Berezniki

3rd place winner—the team from School No. 146, Perm

Mathematics:

1st place winner—the team from Lyceum No. 10, Kstovo,

2nd place winner—the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov,

3rd place winner—the team from School No. 146, Perm.

Programming:

1st place winner—the team from Mathematical Grammar School, Belgrade

2nd place winner—the team from School No. 9, Perm

3rd place winner—the team from School No. 146, Perm

Sports competitions:

1st place winner—the team from Lyceum No. 1, Kungur,

2nd place winner—the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov,

3rd place winner—the team from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg.

The all-around winner of the tournament was the team from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg.

KamaChallenge 2015 Tasks

On October 19–20, Perm saw KamaChallenge 2014—the second intellectual and sports tournament for gifted secondary school students. The tournament took place in Perm for the second time, bringing together students from schools of the Perm Territory, Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Belgrade, Minsk, and Baku.

During the first day of the tournament, ten teams competed in solving problems in mathematics, physics, and informatics. The sports program of the second day included streetball battles, relay races, and funny sports competitions.

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Video
Teams
  1. Mathematical High School, Belgrade
  2. Lyceum named after Zarifa Aliyeva, Baku
  3. High School No. 50, Minsk
  4. Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov
  5. High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg
  1. School No. 3, Berezniki
  2. Lyceum No. 1, Kungur
  3. School No. 9, Perm
  4. School No. 146, Perm
  5. Lyceum No. 2, Perm

Categories and winners:

Physics:

1st and 2nd place winners—the teams from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg, and Mathematical High School, Belgrade, respectively

3rd place winner—the team from School No. 146, Perm

Mathematics:

1st place winner—the team from Mathematical High School, Belgrade,

2nd place winner—the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov,

3rd place winner—the team from School No. 146, Perm.

Informatics:

1st place winner—the team from Mathematical High School, Belgrade

2nd place winner—the team from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov

3rd place winner—the team from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg

Sports competitions:

1st place winner—the team from School No. 9, Perm,

2nd place winner—the team from School No. 3, Berezniki,

3rd place winner—the team from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg.

The all-around winner of the tournament was the team from High School No. 9, Yekaterinburg.

KamaChallenge 2014 tasks

On March 1–3, Perm saw the first intellectual and sports tournament KamaChallenge 2013 attended by more than 90 gifted secondary school students from all over Russia. The tournament was organized at the initiative of the School No. 146 Friends Club under the auspices of Prognoz, Goznak federal state unitary enterprise, Perm Territory Government and Administration in order to contribute to the harmonious development of young men and women, including both intellectual and physical aspects.

The first day of the tournament took place at School No. 146, where teams competed in mental challenges such as physics battles, math dominoes, and an informatics Olympiad. During the second day, the teams took part in sports events such as streetball, track and field, and darts. The students were also inspired by a visit to the Perm Art Gallery on the final day of the tournament.

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Teams
  1. 1st and 2nd teams from Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, Kirov
  2. Team from School No. 9, Perm
  3. 1st and 2nd teams from School No. 146, Perm
  1. Team from Lyceum No. 1, Kungur
  2. Team from School No. 3, Berezniki
  3. Team from Chaykovsky High School

School No. 146 was the tournament winner in the overall standing, while the first and second runners-up were School No. 9, Perm, and Physics and Mathematics Lyceum of Kirov, respectively.

KamaChallenge 2013 tasks
  • Mathematics & programming tasksDownload PDF

Partners and organizers

Physics and Mathematics School No. 146
Parma Technologies Group
Goznak
Perm State University. Physics Faculty
Sukharev Sports Complex
Perm Territory Government and Administration
Department of Information Systems and Mathematical Methods in Economics PSNRU
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If you would like to participate in our tournament, please send your request to kamachallenge@s146.ru stating your educational institution and city.