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Wang Cheng from Tsinghua University High School Wins the Gold Medal in the Final of 37th Chinese Physics Olympiad

From 22nd to 29th October, the 37th Chinese Physics Olympiad (final), was held in Changsha, Hunan province, which is the most influential event in the physics field of China.
Wang Cheng, a 12th Grade student in Tsinghua University High School, wins the gold medal with outstanding performance. Just two months before the Chinese Physics Olympiad, Wang Cheng won the third place in the senior group (comprehensive competition) of the 16th Pan-Pearl River Delta Physics Olympiad (also known as Chinese Elite Schools Invitational).


Group photo of Wang Cheng and his coach Yu Peng from Tsinghua University High School at the award ceremony of the final

Group photo of Wang Cheng and his coach Yu Peng after winning the third place in the Pan-Pearl River Delta Physics Olympiad
 
For many years, Tsinghua University High School has been committed to creating a suitable platform for the further development of elite students who are capable in middle school. With the support of high-quality resources from the Department of Physics in Tsinghua University, the physics group of Tsinghua University High School cultivates a large number of potential physics talents.


Teachers of physics group, Tsinghua University High School
 
Writers & Photographers: Yu Peng, Wu Xiaoqing
Reviewers: Dang Shengjun, Luo Leisheng, Li Jinsong, Yang Rui
Proofreaders: Zhao Ran, Chu Luxing, Gao Hongchao
Editor: Administrative Management Center