Australia’s IMO Results

 
2017 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Medals:
3 Silver, 2 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
34/108
2016 – Hong Kong
Medals:
2 Silver, 4 Bronze
Ranking:
25/109
2015 – Chiang Mai
Medals:
2 Gold, 4 Silver
Ranking:
6/104
2014 – Cape Town
Medals:
1 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze
Ranking:
11/101
2013 – Santa Marta
Medals:
1 Gold, 2 Silver, 3 Bronze
Ranking:
15/100
2012 – Mar del Plata
Medals:
2 Silver, 4 Bronze
Ranking:
27/100
2011 – Amsterdam
Medals:
3 Silver, 3 Bronze
Ranking:
25/101
2010 – Astana
Medals:
1 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
15/96
2009 – Bremen
Medals:
2 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
23/104
2008 – Madrid
Medals:
5 Silver, 1 Bronze
Ranking:
19/93
2007 – Hanoi
Medals:
1 Silver, 4 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
22/93
2006 – Ljubljana
Medals:
3 Silver, 2 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
26/92
2005 – Merida
Medals:
6 Bronze
Ranking:
25/91
2004 – Athens
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
27/85
2003 – Tokyo
Medals:
2 Silver, 2 Bronze, 2 HM
Ranking:
26/82
2002 – Glasgow
Medals:
1 Gold, 2 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
26/84
2001 – Washington DC
Medals:
1 Gold, 4 Bronze
Ranking:
25/83
2000 – Taejon
Medals:
1 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze
Ranking:
16/82
1999 – Bucharest
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Silver, 3 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
15/81
1998 – Taipei
Medals:
4 Silver, 2 Bronze
Ranking:
13/76
1997 – Mar del Plata
Medals:
2 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze
Ranking:
9/82
1996 – Mumbai
Medals:
2 Silver, 3 Bronze
Ranking:
23/75
1995 – Toronto
Medals:
1 Silver, 4 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
21/73
1994 – Hong Kong
Medals:
2 Silver, 3 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
12/69
1993 – Istanbul
Medals:
1 Gold, 2 Silver, 3 Bronze
Ranking:
13/73
1992 – Moscow
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
19/56
1991 – Sigtuna
Medals:
3 Bronze, 2 HM
Ranking:
20/56
1990 – Beijing
Medals:
2 Silver, 4 Bronze
Ranking:
15/54
1989 – Braunschweig
Medals:
2 Silver, 2 Bronze
Ranking:
22/50
1988 – Canberra
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Bronze, 1 HM
Ranking:
17/49
1987 – Havana
Medals:
3 Silver
Ranking:
15/42
1986 – Warsaw
Medals:
5 Bronze
Ranking:
15/37
1985 – Helsinki
Medals:
1 Silver, 2 Bronze
Ranking:
11/38
1984 – Prague
Medals:
1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze
Ranking:
15/34
1983 – Paris
Medals:
1 Silver, 2 Bronze
Ranking:
19/32
1982 – Budapest
Medals:
1 Bronze
Ranking:
21/30
1981 – Washington DC
Medals:
1 Bronze
Ranking:
23/27
 

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