Our 4th annual TriMathlon has officially come to a close. We had a fantastic Tie-Breaker event on October 24th and 25th, with 62 Round One winners competing in a top secret final challenge across 43 different Mathnasium centers to determine who would join our Grand Prize Winner's Circle.
Now the cat's out of the bag, and we can share the details of our Tie-Breaker event! Our sponsor, You Can Do the Rubik's Cube, provided a fun and difficult final challenge. Check out what our competitors were asked to do in their Tie-Breaker event:
Twelve elementary school students finished the Tie-Breaker Competition with grand prizes. A top TriMathlon finish is no easy task, as competitors were up against the top scorers in their grade level across all participating Mathnasium locations. This year's grand prize winners received a trophy, a Rubik's prize package, and a scholarship to Mathnasium.
|Jaiden Shah of Mathnasium of Spotswood|
1st Place: Minh Tran, Mathnasium of Lake Charles
2nd Place: Yael Marler, Mathnasium of Lake Mary
3rd Place: Sanjay Anand, Mathnasium of Mountain View-Los Altos
1st Place: Sumedh Vangara, Mathnasium of Germantown MD
2nd Place: Gavin Gershon, Mathnasium of Cherry Hill
3rd Place: Abhishek Jagannathan, Mathnasium of Oak Park
1st Place*: Jaiden Shah, Mathnasium of Spotswood
1st Place*: Joshua Monickaraj, Mathnasium of Pittsford-Brighton
3rd Place: Simon Koski, Mathnasium of Almaden
* tie for first place
1st Place: Chirag V., Mathnasium of Issaquah
2nd Place: Aman Tewari, Mathnasium of North Austin
3rd Place: Vithul R., Mathnasium of Issaquah
Thanks to all the centers and students that participated in the TriMathlon. Your student participation this year raised $32,230 for local schools!
The TriMathlon was made possible thanks to generous sponsorship from You Can Do the Rubik's Cube, Lakeshore Learning, Smarties®, and PrintingForLess®.
We hope you'll join us in congratulating all of our winners and participants on a successful TriMathlon! We look forward to seeing you again next year!