The Waterloo Black team (Tyson Andre, Benoit Maurin, Anton Raichuk) finished first in the University of Chicago Invitational Programming Contest. The contest brought together all 22 Canadian and U.S. teams that have qualified for the World Finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest to be held May 14 to 18 in Warsaw, Poland. Waterloo solved 9 problems, beating runners-up Harvard, Stanford, and Princeton. Alberta finished 8th, UBC 10th and Toronto 13th. Click to see the full scoreboard. Congratulations to the team!