CTOM is looking forward to welcoming everyone to the 43rd Annual Connecticut Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament on Saturday, March 18th, 2023 at Southern Connecticut State University.
General Tournament Information
Lost & Found
Getting Your Scores
Please refer to the Connecticut Odyssey of the Mind Policy Guide for a complete list of policies and guidelines regarding participation in our annual tournament.
- Medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams for each problem/division.
- The Jill Riggles Award for Excellence in Spontaneous will be awarded to the teams in each problem/division earning the highest score in the spontaneous portion of the competition.
- Any Omer and Ranatra Fusca Awards will be given out after the team medals.
World Finals Eligibility
1st and 2nd place award-winning teams for each problem/division receive invitations to World Finals. In problems and divisions where an ‘A’ and ‘B’ competition site is required, only the first place team in each site will be extended an invitation to World Finals.
Long-Term and individual Ranatra Fusca award recipients also receive invitations to World Finals.
Should a qualifying team elect not to attend World Finals, the spot will be offered to the next available team. All 3rd and 4th place teams should hold on to their props and costumes.
Questions should be referred to our Association Director.