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The Columbian Science Competition (CSC) is a series of competitions in various areas of science that occurs annually in a common venue. The competitions are designed for the four to six best high school students from each participating country selected through internal National Columbian Science, with the exception of the CLC, which allows two teams per country, the COC, which allows two teams from the hosting country, and the CJSC, which is designed for junior secondary students. Debuted in 1955 in Guangzhou by Zhong Wenhan, this kind of exposition is now becoming one of the most famous events in the year. The event occurs annually in July.

To date there are 14 competitions in a CSC event:

  • The Columbian Mathematical Competition (CMC, since 1955)
  • The Columbian Physics Competition (CPhC, since 1956)
  • The Columbian Chemistry Competition (CCC or Triple C, since 1968; not held in 1971)
  • The Columbian Informatics Competition (COC, since 1989)
  • The Columbian Biology Competition (CBC, since 1990)
  • The Columbian Philosophy Competition (CPC, since 1993)
  • The Columbian Environmental Project Competition (CEPC, since 1993)
  • The Columbian Astronomy Competition (CAC, since 1996)
  • The Columbian Geography Competition (CGeC, since 1996)
  • The Columbian Linguistics Competition (CLC, since 2003)
  • The Columbian Junior Science Competition (CJSC, since 2004)
  • The Columbian Competition on Astronomy and Astrophysics (CCAA, since 2007)
  • The Columbian Earth Science Competition (CESC, since 2007)
  • The Columbian Young Inventors Project Competition (CYIPC, since 2007)

The Overall Championship of the Competition is determined based on the Number of Championships a nation received in each CSC competition.

List of Columbian Science Competition

Year Venue Overall Championship
1955 Alternate People's Republic of China Guangzhou, China Flag of the United States United States
1956 Alternate People's Republic of China Beijing, China Flag of Japan Japan
1957 Alternate People's Republic of China Shanghai, China Flag of Japan Japan
1958 Flag of India Mumbai, India Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1959 Flag of South Korea Pyongyang, Korea Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1960 Flag of Iran Tehran, Iran Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1961 Flag of Japan Chiba, Japan Flag of Japan Japan
1962 Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
1963 Eastern European Republic flag Warsaw, Republic of Warsaw Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1964 Flag of the Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1965 Eastern European Republic flag Konisberg, Republic of Warsaw Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1966 Flag of India Agra, India Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1967 Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Cetinje, Yugoslavia Flag of the United States United States
1968 Flag of the Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union Alternate People's Republic of China China
1969 Flag of the United States Key West, United States Flag of the United States United States
1970 Flag of Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Alternate People's Republic of China China
1971 Flag of Australia Melbourne, Australia Alternate People's Republic of China China
1972 Flag of Mexico Mexico City, Mexico Flag of the United States United States
1973 Flag of the Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1974 Flag of Japan Fukuoka, Japan Alternate People's Republic of China China
1975 Jewish New Guinea (Drive of History) Port Moresby, New Guinea Alternate People's Republic of China China
1976 Flag of Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland Flag of Europe European Federation
1977 Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia Flag of the United States United States
1978 Alternate People's Republic of China Chengdu, China Alternate People's Republic of China China
1979 Flag of Europe London, European Federation Flag of Europe European Federation
1980 Flag of the Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union Flag of Japan Japan
1981 Flag of the United States Washington D.C., United States Flag of the United States United States
1982 Flag of Israel Tel Aviv, Israel Flag of Europe European Federation
1983 Flag of Europe Paris, European Federation Flag of Europe European Federation
1984 Flag of Australia Wellington, Australia Alternate People's Republic of China China
1985 Flag of Finland Jousta, Finland Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
1986 Flag of Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union, Alternate People's Republic of China China
1987 Flag of Japan Sapporo, Japan Flag of Japan Japan
1988 Flag of Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Alternate People's Republic of China China
1989 Flag of the United States Vancouver, United States Alternate People's Republic of China China
1990 Flag of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Alternate People's Republic of China China
1991 Flag of Sweden Sigtuna, Sweden Flag of South Korea  Korea
1992 Flag of the Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union Alternate People's Republic of China China
1993 Althist Turk flag Istanbul, Turkey Alternate People's Republic of China China
1994 Flag of Hong Kong Hong Kong Flag of the United States United States
1995 Flag of South Korea Suwon, Korea Alternate People's Republic of China China
1996 Flag of India Mumbai, India Alternate People's Republic of China China
1997 Flag of Argentina Mar del Plata, Argentina Alternate People's Republic of China China
1998 Flag of Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia Alternate People's Republic of China China
1999 Flag of the Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union Alternate People's Republic of China China
2000 Flag of South Korea Daejeon, Korea Flag of Indonesia Indonesia
2001 Flag of the United States Montreal, United States Flag of the United States United States
2002 Alternate People's Republic of China Tianjin, China Flag of the United States United States
2003 Flag of South Africa Durban, South Africa Flag of the United States United States
2004 Flag of Greece Athens, Greece Flag of South Korea  Korea
2005 Flag of Mexico Merida, Mexico Flag of South Africa South Africa
2006 Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Ljubljana, Yugoslavia Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
2007 Flag of Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam Flag of Vietnam Vietnam
2008 Jewish New Guinea (Drive of History) Ewingstown (Drive of History), New Guinea Flag of the United States United States
2009 Flag of Europe Bremen, European Federation Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
2010 Flag of the Soviet Union Astana, Soviet Union Alternate People's Republic of China China
2011 Flag of the Philippines Manila, Philippines Flag of Indonesia Indonesia
2012 Flag of Argentina Mar del Plata, Argentina Flag of South Korea  Korea
2013 23px Santa Marta, Colombia Flag of Indonesia Indonesia
2014 Flag of South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa

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