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  BOI'2007 took place on April 24-28 in Güstrow, Germany. 55 contestants from 8 countries participated in it. Lithuanian team was awarded one gold, two silver and two bronze medals.



Lithuanian team after closing ceremony: Linas Petrauskas and Jūratė Skūpienė (team leaders), Lukas Steiblys (bronze), Kęstutis Česnavičius (gold), Vaiva Imbrasaitė (bronze), Vytautas Gruslys (silver), Andrius Aučinas, Gediminas Liktaras (silver), BOI'2007


BOI'2006 took place in Heinola in Finland from 13'th to 22'nd of May, 2006. 53 contestants from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Finland, Denmark and Norway participated in BOI'2006. Poland studens did their best. All six participants were awarded medals. Among them three gold medal winners. Lithuanian team won three medals: Vytis Banaitis was awarded silver medal, Vytautas Gruslys ir Daumilas Ardickas - bronze medals.

Surrounded by Finnish nature, BOI'2006


Lithuanian team after awards ceremony, BOI'2006

BOI'2005 took place in Lithuania in Pasvalys from 5'th to 10'th of May, 2005. 46 contestants from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Finland, Denmark and Israel participated in BOI'2005. Poland studens did their best. All six participants were awarded medals. Among them Filip Wolski from Poland, absolute BOI'2005 winner.

BOI participants could enjoy riding Historical Narrow Gauge railway, BOI'2005


However the train was "attacked" by the robbers , BOI'2005

BOI'2004. The 10'th Baltic Olympiad in Informatics took place in Ventspils (Latvija) from 21'st to 25'th of April 2004. 48 participants from Latvija, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Denmark, Poland, Germany and Norway took part in it.

Getting ready for the closing ceremony in an old Livonian castle, BOI'2004 Ventspils

Competitors had to solve 6 algorithmic tasks during two competition days. The best participants were awarded 5 gold, 8 silver and 11 bronze medals. The top winner was Filip Wolski from Poland with 511 points out of 600.

Lithuanian team won 1 gold (Ignas Budvytis) and 1 bronze (Vilius Naudžiūnas) medals.

Gold medal winners, BOI'2004 Ventspils


Free time, BOI'2004 Ventspils