The race against time begins as students compete for not only medals but also a Poland Trip and a visit by government officials. Out of 100 questions, the one who gets the most score in 40 minutes across all age divisions is awarded a ticket to Poland.
The competition was tough, but students worked hard to learn more about Poland and its rich history, culture, geography, and even swords. On the USS Intrepid, the moment of truth was finally revealed.
Congratulations to our high-scoring winners from each of the 4 divisions.
Gold-Krzysztof Piotrowski (Poland)-150 points
Silver- Henry Berger (Maryland)- 75 points
Bronze- Aadhrith Sathiyamangalam Sarvesh (UK)-74 points
Gold-Luke Ng (Singapore)-86 points
Silver-Samanyu Ganesh (Georgia, US)-76 points with Tie-Breaker
Bronze- Gil Pedrotty (Louisiana)-76 points
Gold-Sean Pastalaniec (Texas)-130 points
Silver-Daniel Demel (Poland)- 119 points
Bronze-Lucas O’Flanagan (Connecticut)- 111 points
Gold-Katherine Spusta (Alabama)-101 points with tie-breaker
Silver-Ian Lu (New York)- 101 points
Bronze-Raymond Ha (Canada)- 95 points
Drum-roll! Special congratulations to Sean Pastalaniec for scoring the highest across all age divisions as a non-Polish representative. We wish you and your family a very successful and safe trip to Poland. Gratulacje!!!
Navdeep Singh Badhan
Varsity, Canada (Edmonton, AB)