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Math Young Wizard Johnny Nale pays courtesy visit to Mayor Roland ‘Klarex’ Uy

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CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, PHILIPPINES — After the HKIMO (Hong Kong International Mathematician Olympiad) Final Round 2022 on October 2, six-year-old gold award winner Johnny C. Nale paid a courtesy visit to Mayor Rolando ‘Klarex’ Uy on October 12 afternoon.

Mayor Uy enjoyed playing with Nale like a doting father. The boy sat on his lap and played with the medals he won abroad. He proudly displays his medals and certificates to the camera as they take pictures.

As a grade one student of City Central School and a resident of Zayas Landfill Barangay Carmen, Nale represented CDO in several international competitions. He has won three golds, two silvers, and one bronze in Math Olympiad competitions held abroad, particularly in Hongkong, Thailand, and Manila.

On April 2, 2022, Nale received the silver award in Thailand International Mathematics Olympiad (TIMO) Final Round 2022-International Level.

In the previous month, May 1, 2022, he won the bronze award in the Big Bay Bei (Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad) Final Round 2021-2022 International Level.

On July 17, 2022, Nale also won the gold award and the VTAPMS Highest Distinction in HKIMO 2022 Heat Round-National Level Philippine Region.

Back in November and December 2021, he won in the Big Bay Bei Heat Round 2021-2022 – National Level Philippine Region and the VTAPMS High Distinction in TIMO2021 Heat Round – National Level Philippine Region.

Nale is expected to represent CDO the next year to participate in the World International Mathematical Olympiad.

HKIMO, named Hong Kong International Mathematical Olympiad, was made by the former team leader of the Hong Kong Mathematical Olympiad Team, Mr. Wong Tin Chun. The objective of HKIMO is to promote all Mathematical Olympiads around the world. – WhatALife!/Zed

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