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The 2003 World Finals were held March 25 in Beverly Hills. Caltech was crowned the new North American Champion after solving six of ten problems. UC San Diego solved three problems. (Caltech also came in fourth in the Java Challenge, which was a separate competition held the day before the Finals.) The final standings, problem set, and photos of all the Finals activities can be found on ACM's World Finals web page. We thank the teams and coaches from both schools for representing the Southern California Region and hope that they enjoyed their time at the Finals!
Here are some other photos taken during the contest. (Updated 4/10/03)
The 2002-03 Regional Contest was held Saturday, November 16, 2002, at Riverside Community College in Riverside, California. Fifty-six teams from twenty-three schools competed this year.
|1||Caltech A||California Institute of Technology|
|2||Caltech B||California Institute of Technology|
|3||UCSD Scissors||University of California, San Diego|
|4||UCLA Bruins||University of California, Los Angeles|
|5||UCLA Blue||University of California, Los Angeles|
|6||HMC 42||Harvey Mudd College|
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