Narrabundah students win world geography prize

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geography winnersTWO Narrabundah College students are among the Australian team of four that won the 13th International Geography Olympiad held in Beijing. Australian beat 45 other countries to win the top prize.

Claire Yung, pictured third left, won a gold medal and came second overall and Deepan Kumar , left, was awarded a silver medal.

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