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By EduardoBrito, 5 weeks ago, In English

Hello Codeforces! Next June will take place the OII 2024.


The Ibero-American Olympiad in Informatics (OII) is an annual programming contest for young students enrolled in a high school from Ibero-American countries. Students compete on an individual basis, with up to fifteen students competing from each participating country. The competition has only one round, which happens around June-July each year, and is done online. Students are typically given four problems of algorithmic nature, which they have to solve in five hours.


The competition changed its name in 2022 to Olimpiada Iberoamericana de Informática (OII). If you want know more about this competition, please visit the official web site. Well, if you could kindly let me know the members of your team in the comments. Good luck!

Here is the team of Cuba:

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Here is the brazilian team:

Good luck guys :D

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Here is the Argentinian team:

  • Eduardo Carranza Vélez (Edu175)
  • Bianca Vicente (biank)
  • Juan José Läderach (SpecterByte)
  • Fabrizio Lautaro Brandellero (FabriATK)
  • Santiago Montenegro Gérik (cAtte_)
  • Facundo Manuel Vázquez (Facuva)
  • Ian Gabriel Hakanson (gabian)
  • Nicolás Maximiliano Faggi (Faggi)
  • Facundo Nair Jarma Urdangarin (Facuj)
  • Juan Esteban (juanesteban10201)
  • Ramiro Garcés Agustinho
  • Martin Jeremias Espilocin Ibañez (espilozzini)
  • Gonzalo Adrian Dávalos
  • Alberto Cuch
  • Tomás Spurio (blurone)
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Is it possible to participate to olympiad as a guest?

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    You can't. I think the competition is secret because there is a window of days to participate. But, they usually have an unofficial contest after this window ends.

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Where are the past problems?