Australia’s IOI Results

 
2016 – Kazan, Russia
Medals:
3 Silver, 1 Bronze
2015 – Almaty, Kazakhstan
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze
2014 – Taipei, Taiwan
Medals:
2 Gold, 2 Silver
2013 – Brisbane, Australia
Medals:
3 Silver, 1 Bronze
2012 – Lake Garda, Italy
Medals:
1 Silver, 2 Bronze
2011 – Pattaya, Thailand
Medals:
1 Silver, 3 Bronze
2010 – Waterloo, Canada
Medals:
2 Bronze
2009 – Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Medals:
3 Bronze
2008 – Cairo, Egypt
Medals:
1 Gold, 2 Silver, 1 Bronze
2007 – Zagreb, Croatia
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze
2006 – Merida, Mexico
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Silver
2005 – Novy Sacz, Poland
Medals:
1 Bronze
2004 – Athens, Greece
Medals:
None
2003 – Kenosha, USA
Medals:
3 Bronze
2002 – Yong-In, Korea
Medals:
1 Silver
2001 – Tampere, Finland
Medals:
3 Bronze
2000 – Beijing, China
Medals:
3 Bronze
1999 – Antalya, Turkey
Medals:
2 Bronze
1992 – Bonn, Germany
Medals:
1 Silver, 2 Bronze
 

For more information on students who represented Australia, visit our former Olympians register.