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|<strong><font color="#ff0000">...the RESULTS are in from Orlando!!</font></strong><br /><strong><font color="#000080"><big><big>The 2000 World Champions<br /> The St. Petersburg State University</big></big></font></strong>
                <p align="left"><font color="#000080"><small>Sixty teams of
                students from      2,400 teams representing
                universities and colleges in six continents
                competed&nbsp; for bragging rights, prizes, and the
                opportunity to advance      to the World Finals of The
                24th Annual ACM International Collegiate
                Programming Contest sponsored by IBM. The 2000 ACM World
                Finals was held      on March 18, 2000, at Orlando,
                Florida.&nbsp; View the [http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc2000/Finals/Standings.html final standings]<small>, </small>the
                [http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc2000/Finals/Tour/welcome/welcome.htm photo album], the [http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc2000/Finals/archive/index.htm photo image archive], </small><small>or
                the [[Media:2000WorldFinalProblemSet.pdf]].<br>
                &nbsp;&nbsp;</small></font></p>
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|<font color="#000080" size="2">Contestants      Nikolai Durov,&nbsp;Andrei Lopatine,&nbsp;Oleg Eterevsky,&nbsp;reserve      Victor Petrov, and coach&nbsp;Natalia N. Voyakovskaya<br> </font>
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|<p align="center"><font color="#000080">[http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc2000/Regionals/Report.html View all Regional Results]</font></p>
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...the RESULTS are in from Orlando!!
The 2000 World Champions
The St. Petersburg State University

Sixty teams of students from 2,400 teams representing universities and colleges in six continents competed  for bragging rights, prizes, and the opportunity to advance to the World Finals of The 24th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest sponsored by IBM. The 2000 ACM World Finals was held on March 18, 2000, at Orlando, Florida.  View the final standings, the photo album, the photo image archive, or the Media:2000WorldFinalProblemSet.pdf.
  

Peter.jpg

Contestants Nikolai Durov, Andrei Lopatine, Oleg Eterevsky, reserve Victor Petrov, and coach Natalia N. Voyakovskaya

View all Regional Results