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                 Ebergen</strong></font>  <font color="#000080"> of the [http://www.uwaterloo.ca/ University of Waterloo].  
 
                 Ebergen</strong></font>  <font color="#000080"> of the [http://www.uwaterloo.ca/ University of Waterloo].  
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                <blockquote>    <h4 align="left"><font color="#ff0000">1993 Regional Contest
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1993-94 18th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Final Report

1994 ACM Programming Contest World Finals Results!!

From 628 teams competing in 15 regional contests around the world, 35 teams advanced to the 1994 Contest World Finals sponsored by Microsoft which was held in Phoenix, Arizona, March 9, 1994. [finals/Tour/Champs.html The 1994 World Champions] are Seiji Ando, Ian Goldberg, Ka-Ping Yee, and coach Jo Ebergen of the University of Waterloo. Take a look at the final standings, the Media:1994WorldFinalProblemSet.pdf, and join us for a tour of the Finals.