The Swiss team wins gold at the 32nd International Young Physicists’ Tournament in Warsaw, Poland! The delegation consisting of Daniel Gotsmann (captain), Manuel Antoinette, Oskari Jyrkinen, Michael Klein and Alisa Miloglyadova as well as their coaches Emilie Hertig (team leader juror), Markus Niese (team leader), Daniel Keller (experienced juror) and Eric Schertenleib (experienced juror) secured the third gold medal since 2013. This success is the reward for the hard work in the months leading up to the tournament
The fight plan ensured a difficult start for the Swiss. In round 1 they met serial winner Singapore as well as the hosts Poland. This team managed to show a solid performance which resulted in the 5th place after the first round. The results improved as the tournament went on. In the end, 209.3 points were in enough to secure their spot in the final and the gold medal that comes with it.
In the final Oskari Jyrkinen presented the problem Hurricane Balls, Daniel Gotmann did the opposition and Michael Klein the review. After a very intense fight the team missed out on the trophy by 1.9 points and ended third. Nevertheless, they can be very proud of their achievement.
We congratulate our students to an excellent performance at the IYPT 2019!