Rui Zhu Wang, a student at the Tomás Cabreira Secondary School, in Faro, was the first student to be able to win seven medals at the Portuguese Mathematics Olympics (OPM), one for each year of participation.
Participating in the competition since 2014, the student from Faro won four gold medals, two silver and one bronze.
Rui Zhu Wang, who is now entering higher education, won a silver medal in this edition.
Sophia Zhu Wang, Rui's sister and 7th grade student at EB 2.3 Dr. Joaquim Magalhães (Faro), won a bronze medal in the junior category (6th and 7th years).
In the same category, Bernardo Caetano, a 7th year student at EB 2.3 Dr. Joaquim Magalhães, won the gold medal.
In category A (8th and 9th years), Eleazar Ramos Pereira, 9th grade student at EB 2.3 Eng. Duarte Pacheco, from Loulé, and Simão Antunes, from Nossa Senhora do Alto College (Faro) , won bronze medals.
Finally, in category B (10th to 12th years), Eduardo Guerreiro, a 10th year student at João de Deus High School (Faro), achieved the bronze medal.
The closing ceremony of the XXXVIII OPM took place yesterday online, through the Zoom platform.
The event was attended by José Vítor Pedroso, from the General Directorate of Education, João Araújo, president of the Portuguese Mathematical Society, Ana Noronha, Ciência Viva, the test correction team and several dozens of participating students.