The contest days will be held from the 21st till 22nd September. The organising committee of the 61st IMO wishes you good luck to all the participants!
The key event of IMO is the contests itself, which is held in two days and started on September 21.
Every day, the contestants are offered three problems, the solution of which is given 4.5 hours. Considering that this year the IMO is held in a distance format, and the contestants are located in different parts of the world, the duration of the contest day as a whole stretches to 9 hours.
The earliest start of the contest was is local time at 5 am in Portland, Oregon, USA. New Zealand team finished at midnight local time. At the same time, all countries will fit into the allotted time interval so that the most recent contestant begins their exam before the very first cjntestant in time finishes solving problems. Today is the second day of the competition and we wish all the competitors good luck! We asked teams to make a picture after first contest day. There are some of them.
And this is how Israel team second contest day begins: