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Travel Subsidy Batumi Olympiad

Fri, 07/13/2018 - 12:57



FIDE is pleased to announce the travel subsidy for participants for the Chess Olympiad & Congress, Batumi, Georgia 2018. All federations will receive more travel subsidy in 2018 than they did for Baku in 2016. Many teams that did not receive a team grant in 2016 will do in 2018. They are Nigeria, South Africa, Bhutan, Chinese Taipei, Malaysia, Thailand, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine & Wales. In addition the ECU will be paid 30,000 euros to assist federations that are not receiving any travel subsidy.

All attending delegates will receive a travel grant. FIDE wants delegates to be present at the General Assembly and reduce the number of proxies from federations.

The team subsidy is based on two teams of 5 players for the Open & Women’s event, plus team captain for each team and a head of delegation. This is a total of 13 persons. The subsidy will be reduced pro rata for every federation that does not have 13 accredited persons present. Above these 13 persons, the travel grant will be paid for a federation’s delegate without exception.

Any person amongst the thirteen accredited persons that is receiving a travel grant as an arbiter or a delegate cannot also receive a subsidy as part of the team and the team subsidy will be reduced pro rata.

Teams that have a captain assigned to them by the Trainers Commission also may not claim an extra travel subsidy for these captains covered by the Trainers Commission.

See listing

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Results of FIDE Trainers' Awards 2017

Fri, 07/13/2018 - 11:33


The FIDE Trainers’ Commission (TRG) is pleased to announce the tenth FIDE Trainer Awards Results for 2017.

FIDE Trainer Awards 2017 - RESULTS
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Presidential Board Report

Fri, 07/13/2018 - 10:22



At the 2nd quarter Presidential Board Meeting in Bucharest, Romania, it was decided to recommend to the General Assembly in Batumi, Georgia, that the 2022 Chess Olympiad be held in Minsk, Belarus. Three bids were submitted but Minsk, Belarus was the only valid bid received. The original bidding invitation was for 2022 and 2024 Olympiads and the Board agreed that the other two bidders, Seoul, South Korea and Tunis, Tunisia, should be permitted to submit a valid bid for 2024, if they wished, with a deadline of September 15th. Reports from the various Commissions were considered and the Board approved all title recommendations. The Board was updated on the 2018 World Championship match preparations to be held in London and advised that the opening ceremony would take place on November 8th.

Preparations were well advanced for the Olympiad to be held in Batumi, Georgia and the Organizers were looking forward to welcoming the teams, officials and Congress participants.

The Board discussed the events programme and referred competing bids to the General Assembly in Batumi. The ECU submitted information on the ongoing Bulgaria situation and it was agreed to place this on the agenda for the General Assembly in Batumi.

 

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Ethics Commission Suspends Mr Ilyumzhinov

Fri, 07/13/2018 - 10:11




The Ethics Commission unanimously decides that Mr Ilyumzhinov is guilty of the violation of the FIDE Code of Ethics. Mr Ilyumzhinov is sanctioned with a temporary exclusion from holding any position for a period of 18 months from today, of which a period of 12 months are suspended for a period of 2 years. The immediately effective suspension is one of 6 months, commencing on 13 July 2018 and ending on 12 January 2019.

See full decision

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List of titles approved by the 2018 2nd quarter PB in Bucharest, Romania

Thu, 07/12/2018 - 16:21


FIDE publishes the list of titles approved by the 2018 2nd quarter PB in Bucharest, Romania on 8-11 July 2018.


GM FED Diermair, Andreas AUT Dragnev, Valentin AUT Santos Ruiz, Miguel ESP Poetsch, Hagen GER Praggnanandhaa R IND Goryachkina, Aleksandra RUS Petrov, Nikita RUS Zierk, Steven C USA     WGM FED Garcia Martin, Marta ESP Amina, Battsooj MGL Obolentseva, Alexandra RUS Gong, Qianyun SGP Yu, Jennifer USA     IM FED Parvanyan, Ashot ARM Blohberger, Felix AUT Horvath, Dominik AUT Marjanovic, Dejan BIH Dai, Changren CHN Fang, Yan CHN Martinez Ramirez, Lennis CUB Bjerre, Jonas Buhl DEN Diaz Camallonga, Carles ESP Merario Alarcon, Andres ESP Plazuelo Pascual, Juan ESP Bissieres, Matthieu FRA Crut, Aurelien FRA Tutisani, Noe GEO Bruedigam, Martin GER Pfreundt, Jakob GER Erigaisi Arjun IND Fenil, Shah IND Gukesh D IND Sadhwani, Raunak IND Saravana, Krishnan P. IND Vardan Nagpal IND Fitzsimmons, David IRL Drori, Saar ISR Veinberg, Nimrod ISR Nikolovski, Nikola MKD Bosman, Michiel NED Ondersteijn, Niels NED Warmerdam, Max NED Vlasenko, Alexey RUS Djordjevic, Vuk SRB Baenziger, Fabian SUI Lokander, Martin SWE Larson, Matthew W USA Rozman, Levy USA Santarius, Erik F USA Schmakel, Sam USA Khoroshev, Nikita UZB     WIM FED Divya, Deshmukh IND Varshini, V. IND Martynyuk, Elizaveta RUS Shmidt, Elena RUS Travkina, Anastasia RUS Feng, Maggie USA Yip, Carissa USA     IA FED Martis, Valentino ARU Gil Quilez, Sonia ESP Martinez Fernandez, Silverio J. ESP Redondo Arquelles, Graciela ESP Hakala, Mika FIN Khantadze, Maqvala GEO Ostermeier, Christian GER Ruetten, Michael GER Anil Kumar, Raizada IND Rao, PN IND Arnetta, Benedetto Piero ITA Bartolini, Leonardo ITA Biagioli, Marco ITA Hiebert, Yumiko JPN Prajapati, Niranjan NEP Al Wadhahi, Musallam OMA Ozel, Bilge Ibrahim TUR Kormick, Korey J. USA Oen, Grant USA Levi, Yoel ISR     FA FED Gasimov, Rahim AZE Jimenez Artaviam, Rebeca CRC Lausman, Petr CZE Mazuch, Jan CZE Haase, Carsten GER Riess, Bernhard GER Sterley, Andre GER Suprihyanto, Bambang INA Utami, Retno INA Yasin, Muh Ali INA Arun, Sing M. IND Biju, Singh Th IND Chitaranjan, Taorem IND Chockalingam, Balaji U IND Haque, Minhajul IND Karpagavalli, T. IND Kullkarni, Juily IND Nanda Jyoti, Shankar IND Narapuram Vr., Sreehari IND Sandeep, T. IND Santhi, M IND Sawant, Akshay IND Sivaranjani, S. IND Smitha,   Selvi IND Uma Maheswaran, P. IND Valliammai, Saravanan IND Delshad, Ismail Ibrahim IRQ Suad Abdulameer, Salloom Alzuabidi IRQ Violante, Domenico ITA Kangaru, James Mwangi KEN Sembei, Mutua KEN Ben Yahya, Larbi MAR El Mrabat, Adil MAR Abu, Bakar Martin B.A. MAS Ahmad Rostam, Ahmad Izzuddim MAS Kamaruzaman, Norazwan MAS Mohd Said, Azhar MAS Mohd Tamil, Emran MAS Mumba, Isaac MAW Vella, Duncan MLT Skrondal, Inge Sandstad NOR Vestby, Anniken NOR Wei, Tingling NZL Ayala Huerta, Diego Andres PER Tlaib, Hani PLE Turzynska, Grazyna POL Coman, Viktor Florin ROU Minnaar, Ricardo RSA Reyneke, Anneline RSA Schoeman, Suzette RSA Khristenko, Elena RUS Monisov, Andrey RUS Ezizov, Jumamuhammet TKM Makhlouf, Hichem TUN Mheddeb, Sarra TUN Rekik, Ghazi TUN Bodnar, Nikolay UKR Rogers, Bradley USA Vaserstein, Gregory USA Vasbutdinov, Ravil UZB Hadad Serrano, Antonio VEN Meza Boiko, Luis Miguel VEN Quach, Phuong Minh VIE     IO FED Rimestad, Arild FAI Benitez Fretes, Gualberto PAR Paredes, Julio Cesar VEN     CONDITIONAL ON RATING   IM   Pogosyan, Stefan RUS     FA   Baburin, Ivan IRL     CONDITIONAL ON INFO   IA   Yang, Ning CHN Ozel, Bilge Ibrahim TUR     FA   Fritz, Rebecca AUT Deli, Kristof HUN Gurbanov, Andrei ISR  
Download the LIST of FA TITLES from Seminars approved by the 2018 2nd quarter PB.

Download the LIST OF TRAINERS' TITLES approved by the 2018 2nd quarter PB.

Download the LIST of SI TITLES approved by the 2018 2nd quarter PB.
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FIDE Announces Anti-Corruption Measures

Thu, 07/12/2018 - 09:28



The 2nd Quarter 2018 Presidential Board in Bucharest, Romania considered the forthcoming elections and unanimously resolved to ensure that they are fair and transparent. The Board noted:

FIDE is a Swiss registered organisation and its policy is clear in relation to bribery and other forms of corruption. The solicitation, the offer, the payment and/or the acceptance of inducements, in any form, is unacceptable and subject to sanction by the FIDE Ethics Commission and/or Swiss authorities. Offering or accepting bribes (‘bribery’) is a criminal offence, in Swiss law, and there are penalties, both civil and criminal, for those who undertake such offences.

The election process must not only be fair but be seen to be fair. To that end the PB resolved to create an Electoral Integrity Committee composed of independent persons, with appropriate experience and or legal expertise, who will investigate cases of alleged corruption and recommend action accordingly to the competent authorities. The members of the committee will be:

1. Dr. M. Hochatrrasser (Switzerland) - Chairman
2. Dr. M. Tebti (Algeria)
3. Dr. Rashid Anezi (Kuwait)
4. Mr. Enrique Celi (Uruguay)

No Federation Presidents, delegates or officials in FIDE of any national chess federation should accept any gifts, subsidy, inducements, financial or otherwise, or accept any hospitality from a Presidential or Continental electoral candidate, member, adviser or supporter of a Presidential ticket or electoral candidate. All Presidents, officials, delegates or candidates should immediately report any such offer to the Electoral Integrity Committee.

Officials include but are not limited to:

• Officers or any person with influence over the decision or voting processes of FIDE or any national chess federation/s including but not limited to Presidents or Delegates of such federations.
• Candidates for election to any FIDE or Continental positions
• Employees, administrators, managers, employed by FIDE or national chess federations

If, at any time, officials believe that there is any inappropriate behavior by a third party, they should contact the Electoral Integrity Committee and raise the matter for appropriate investigation and action.

FIDE rejects all political interference from governments in the conduct of the election including and not limited to: The lobbying of delegates by embassies or other governmental organisations. The Presidential Board notes this is also against the principles of the International Olympic Committee.

FIDE also advises that the details of the official travel subsidy for the Batumi Olympiad will be announced by Friday July 13th 2018. Any form of assistance, promises, inducements, or subsidy towards travel costs to the Olympiad by Candidates, advisors or supporters of any electoral candidates will be considered clearly as bribery.

The establishment of the Electoral Integrity Committee does not preclude any member of FIDE, FIDE official or the FIDE Presidential Board from referring any matter relating to the election directly to the FIDE Ethics Commission. A number of allegations of attempted bribery of delegates have already been brought to the attention of the Board.

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2018 2nd quarter Presidential Board meeting

Mon, 07/09/2018 - 16:14



The 2018 2nd Quarter Presidential Board has started under the auspices of the Romanian Chess Federation in the Marshal Garden Hotel in Bucharest, Romania on 9th of July 2018.

The meeting was opened by Daniel Florea, the Mayor of Bucharest, who welcomed the PB members, wished them a pleasant stay and a fruitful meeting. He stressed that chess is very important to his country and informed about the current situation with chess in schools and other chess activities in Bucharest.

Mihai Covaliu, the President of the Romanian Olympic and Sports Committee emphasized that chess is one of the best sports in Romania and their aim is to organise many chess events for a wide range of age groups in the future.

Mr. Sorin Avram Iacoban, the President of Romanian Chess Federation thanked the Mayor for the help in organizing the PB meeting. He also addressed his speech to PB members: “We are very honored to have you here in Bucharest and to host such an important meeting. This FIDE event is also very important for Romania because by organising this event here, we take it as an acknowledgment of our efforts to promote chess in Romania and worldwide.” FIDE Deputy President Georgios Makropoulos thanked the Mayor and the Romanian Chess Federation for the excellent organisation of the Presidential Board Meeting and then advised the Presidential Board of what had happened since the Presidential Board in Minsk.

One of the Candidates for the position of the FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovich attended the Presidential Board meeting and delivered a speech to the PB members.

PHOTO GALLERY

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FIDE Newsletter June 2018

Mon, 07/09/2018 - 12:46




World Cadet U8, U10, U12 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships 2018


Minsk, Belarus 

21 - 25 June 2018


The 2nd FIDE World Cadets Rapid & Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old took place in Minsk, Belarus from 22nd till 24th of June. More than 750 young chess players from 27 countries took part in both events.


Results of the Blitz Championship:

Boys U8:
1. Khumoyun Begmuratov (Uzbekistan) - 8.5 points out of 9, 2. Hesam Amir Jalalvand (Iran) - 8, 3. Danylo Slepchuk (Ukraine) - 7.5.

Girls U8:
1. Ekaterina Zubkovskaya (Belarus) - 8.5, 2. Rukiya Olimova (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Elnaz Kaliakhmet (Kazakhstan) - 7.

Boys U10:
1. Tykhon Cherniaiev (Ukraine) - 8.5, 2. Shakhrombek Karimov (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Dang Anh Minh (Vietnam) - 7.5.

Girls U10:
1. Afruza Khamdamova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 2. Yelyzaveta Marchenko (Ukraine) - 7.5, 3. Ekaterina Kirdyashkina (Russia) - 7.

Boys U12:
1. Leonid Girshgorn (Russia) - 9, 2. Bardiya Daneshvar (Iran) - 7.5, 3. Mikhail Spizharny (Belarus) - 7.5.

Girls U12:
1. Umida Omonova (Uzbekistan) - 8, 2. Anastasiia Dubovyk (Ukraine) - 7.5, 3. Margarita Zvereva (Russia) - 7.

Medals statistics: 1. Uzbekistan, 2. Russia, 3. Ukraine.

 


Results of the Blitz Championship:

Boys U8:
1. Khumoyun Begmuratov (Uzbekistan) - 8.5 points out of 9, 2. Aleksandr Usov - 8, 3. Platon Krasnoperov - 7.5 (both from Russia).

Girls U8:
1. Varvara Kuzmina (Russia) - 8, 2. Wiktoria Smietanska (Poland) - 7.5, 3. Alina Prochaieva (Ukraine) - 7.

Boys U10:
1. Tykhon Cherniaiev (Ukraine) - 7.5, 2. Patrik Pershin - 7.5, 3. Ivan Tokmantsev - 7.5 (both from Russia).

Girls U10:
1. Samantha Edithso (Indonesia) - 8.5, 2. Afruza Khamdamova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 3. Anna Shukhman (Russia) - 7.

Boys U12:
1. Bardiya Daneshvar (Iran) - 8, 2. Almas Rakhmatullaev (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Artsiom Strybuk (Belarus) - 7.5.

Girls U12:
1. Umida Omonova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 2. Veronika Shubenkova - 7, 3. Mariya Alekseenko - 7 (both from Russia).





 


European Amateur Chess Championship 2018


Niksic, Montenegro

13 - 21 June 2018


European Amateur Chess Championship 2018 took place from 13th-21st June in Niksic, Montenegro, with participation of more than 180 players from 18 European federations, which is the new participation record of the event. The championship had 3 different rating categories (Open and Women section): U2300, U2000 and U1700. The total prize fund of the event which was played in 9 rounds, Swiss system, was 5000 EUR. Top three players of each category were awarded with cups and medals.

Results U2300 Open
1. Sahin Ozgun (TUR, 2166)
2. Olcum Ahmet (TUR, 2281)
3. Iskos Alexandros (GRE, 2152)

WFM Zherebtsova Alexandra (RUS, 2195) with 6 points became the European Women Amateur Chess Champion 2018. Acarbay Algi (TUR, 1892) took silver medal with 4.5 points and Koljevic Nikolina (MNE, 1832) took bronze with 4 points.

Results U2000 Open

1. Krzysztynska Anna (POL, 1752)
2. Ince Safiye Oyku (TUR, 1762)
3. Bozinovic Boban (AUT, 1930)

Besides the girls who won the Open event, the best ranked women players were: Fransson Pia (SWE, 1486) with 4 points, Ruzic Pia Marie (SLO, 1737) and Rakic Tijana (MNE, 1554) with 3.5 points each.

Results U1700 Open
1. Ruzic Milos (SLO, 1653)
2. Mihciyazgan Can (TUR)
2. Kanev Evgeny (RUS, 1618)

In Women section U1700, Meremyanina Kseniya (RUS, 1581) won the event with 7.5 points. Koc Azra Ece (TUR, 1508) ended second with 7 points and Grishina Zhanna (RUS, 1585) finished the event with bronze medal and 6.5 points.


19th ASEAN Age Group Chess Championships

Davao City, Philippines

18 - 28 June 2018


The 19th ASEAN+ Age-Group Chess Championships 2018 took place at the Royal Mandaya hotel in Davao City, Philippines from 18th to 28th of June. With 366 players from 12 countries, this year’s championship is the fourth biggest in history.



Official website: http://asianchess.com/ 

VIETNAM is back as champion in the 19th ASEAN+ Age Group Chess Championships. The Vietnamese did it the old-fashioned way: winning big in both the standard and rapid events and doing just enough in the blitz side of the three-part competitions.



The Vietnamese captured 70 golds, 52 silvers and 30 bronzes at the end of the week-long competition organized by Chess Events international in cooperation with the National Chess Federation of the Philippines (NCFP), Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) and the Davao City government.

The Filipinos’ haul — 55 golds, 45 silvers and 26 bronzes.

FEU captured 17 golds, eight silvers and 2 two bronzes.  

FIDE Deputy President Georgios Makropoulos was invited to attend the closing ceremony and award the winners.


American Continental, Classical, Rapid and Blitz Championships 2018

Montevideo, Uruguay

1 - 11 June 2018


Official website: http://fuajedrez.com 

24 GMs and 20 IMs participated in the American Continental Championship. The tournament was an 11-round Swiss Open. Besides Uruguay, the countries that sent most players were Brazil (32), Argentina (28), Chile (14) and United States (14).


Final results

1 1 GM Shankland Samuel USA 2717 9 0 7 5 2552 75,5 10 10,2 2 6 GM Flores Diego ARG 2614 8,5 0 7 6 2492 72,5 10 11,3 3 27 IM Salinas Herrera Pablo CHI 2463 8 0 7 6 2296 64 10 0,5


Shankland and Flores won two of the four World Cup spots offered in the tournament.

7 players that tied after 11 rounds had to play a single round robin rapid tournament to decide who gets other two places in the World Cup.

Jorge Cori and Emilio Cordova qualified for the World Cup.


Zone 4.2 Individual Championships

Djibouti City, Djibouti

9 -18 June 2018


27 players took part in the Open championship and 5 players participated in the Women’s event.

The final results Open:
1. GM Hesham Abdelrahman EGY 8,0
2. IM Fawzy Adham EGY 7,5
3 FM Mesfin Leykun ETH 6,5

The final results women:
1. WIM Moaataz Ayah EGY 5,0
2. WIM Elansary Eman EGY 4,0
3. WCM Girmay Feven Gebremeskel ETH 2,5



18th IPCA World Individual Chess Championship 2018

Prague, Czech Republic

21 - 30 June 2018


Official website: https://ipca2018.com 

59 players took part in the 18th IPCA World Individual Chess Championship 2018 Prague, which was organized by Czech production s.r.o. and IPCA – (International Physically Disabled Chess Association).

The final results

1 1 IM Yarmonov Igor UKR 2352 7,5 41,5 434 6 2 3 IM Gurbanov Andrei ISR 2335 7 40 429 5 3 5   Nowak Lukasz POL 2293 6,5 41 420 6


Gerasimova Svetlana from Russia showed the best result among women.

Full results 


Commonwealth Chess Championship 2018

New Delhi, India

25 June - 4 July 2018



Official website: http://www.delhichess.com/ 

The Commonwealth Championships was organized by the Delhi Chess Association in New Delhi from June 26th to July 3rd. The championship tournament was held as an open tournament, with over 160 players participating. P. Karthikeyan won the gold medal, Vaibhav Suri – silver, Debashis Das – bronze.

Tania Sachdev became the best women players, M. Mahalakshmi took the silver medal and Kiran Manisha Mohanty – bronze.

FIDE events in July: World Team Chess Championship 50+, 65+ 2018 Radebeul (Dresden), Germany 7-Jul-2018 15-Jul-2018 European School Chess Championship 2018 Krakow, Poland 29-Jun-2018 8-Jul-2018 European Youth Team Chess Championship 2018 Bad Blankeburg, Thuringia, Germany 11-Jul-2018 19-Jul-2018 Central American & Caribbean Junior U20 Chess Championships 2018 Guatemala 30-Jun-2018 7-Jul-2018 Panamerican Youth Chess Championship 2018 Santiago, Chile 21-Jul-2018 29-Jul-2018 Asian Schools Chess Championship 2018 Colombo, Sri Lanka 7-Jul-2018 15-Jul-2018 African Amateur Individual Chess Championships 2018 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 13-Jul-2018 22-Jul-2018 2nd Quarter 2018 Presidential Board Bucharest, Romania 8-Jul-2018 11-Jul-2018 18th Deaf Chess Olympiad of the ICCD Manchester, England 6-Jul-2018 16-Jul-2018

 


43rd World Chess Olympiad in Batumi 2018


INVITATION

The Georgian Chess Federation and the Chess Olympiad Organizing Committee have the great honor to invite all FIDE member countries to the 43rd Batumi Chess Olympiad and the 89th FIDE congress to be held from 23rd of September till 6th of October 2018 in Batumi, Georgia.

Official website: batumi2018.fide.com

2018 Batumi Chess Olympiad Principals
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Tickets for FIDE Presidential elections 2018

Wed, 07/04/2018 - 08:37



Nomination for Presidential tickets


FIDE has received, within the specified deadline of 3 July 2018, 17:00 (Athens time), the following three (3) Presidential Tickets of Arkady Dvorkovich, Georgios Makropoulos and Nigel Short for the upcoming FIDE elections 2018 (listed alphabetically):


a) Nominated by 13 National Federations, the Presidential Ticket of Arkady Dvorkovich:

Arkady Dvorkovich – President
Bachar Kouatly – Deputy President
Sewa Enyonam Fumey – General Secretary
Mahir Mammedov – Vice President
Julio Granda Zuniga – Vice President
Zhu Chen – Treasurer

The National Federations which nominate Arkady Dvorkovich’s ticket, alphabetically by continent:

Africa (4):

Ghana
Sudan
Togo
Tunisia

Americas (1):

Nicaragua

Asia (3):

Iraq
Mongolia
Qatar

Europe (5):

Azerbaijan
Belarus
France
Moldova
Russia


b) Nominated by 64 National Federations, the Presidential Ticket of Georgios Makropoulos:

Georgios Makropoulos – President
Malcolm Pein – Deputy President
Sundar Damal Villivalam – General Secretary
Martha Fierro – Vice President
Chitalu Chilufya – Vice President
Adrian M. Siegel – Treasurer

The National Federations which nominate Georgios Makropoulos’ ticket, alphabetically by continent:

Africa (12):

Algeria
Comoros Islands
Congo
Egypt
Gabon
Lesotho
Liberia
Madagascar
Mauritania
Senegal
Swaziland
Zambia

Americas (22):

Argentina
Aruba
Barbados
Bolivia
Canada
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Guyana
Honduras
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Suriname
Uruguay
US Virgin Islands

Asia (12):

Bangladesh
Guam
Hong Kong
India
Laos
Maldives
Nauru
Nepal
Pakistan
Philippines
Solomon Islands
Timor-Leste

Europe (18):

Andorra
Cyprus
Former Yug. Rep. of Macedonia
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Guernsey
Kosovo
Liechtenstein
Malta
Monaco
Montenegro
Romania
San Marino
Scotland
Serbia
Spain
Switzerland


c) Nominated by 6 National Federations, the Presidential Ticket of Nigel Short:

Nigel Short – President
Lukasz Marek Turlej – Deputy President
Ruth Haring – General Secretary
Olalekan Adeyemi – Vice President
Paul Spiller – Vice President
Panu Laine – Treasurer

The National Federations which nominate Nigel Short’s ticket, alphabetically by continent:

Africa (1):

Nigeria

Americas (1):

USA

Asia (1):

New Zealand

Europe (3):

England
Finland
Poland 

 

For information:

The Secretariat has received the following candidates for Continental Presidential elections 2018 (by Continent alphabetically) by the deadline (midnight):

Africa:

a) Essis Essoh (Ivory Coast)
b) Lewis Ncube (Zambia)
c) Tshepo Sitale (Botswana)

http://www.africa-chess.org

Americas:

Jorge Vega (Guatemala)

https://www.fideamerica.com  

Asia:

a) Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifah Al Nahyan (UAE)
b) Ignatius Leong (SIN) – (this candidature was sent and received nearly an hour later the announced deadline and included only three signed nominations. In accordance with FIDE Electoral Rules and Chapter 6 of FIDE Statutes, its acceptance and regularity is under review by the Chairman of the Electoral Commission, taking into account the specific rules of the Asian Continental Association, if applicable).

Letter to Chairman of Electoral Commission from Asian Chess Federation regarding Asian Chess Federation tickets

http://asianchess.com 

Europe:

Zurab Azmaiparashvili (Georgia)

http://www.europechess.org/ecu-circular-letter-no-22018/

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Announcement - 2018 Batumi Olympiad registration

Tue, 07/03/2018 - 14:11



To All Chess Federations!

We remind Federations that the registration is open from April 23 till July 23, 2018.     START REGISTRATION

The questions regarding the registration should be addressed to Ms. Kermen Goryaeva at: kemagoryaeva@batumichess.com


FIDE Secretariat
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July 2018 FIDE Rating List

Sat, 06/30/2018 - 13:05


FIDE publishes July 2018 FIDE Rating List. The list of top players is published at Top lists page of FIDE ratings website. All players can check new ratings at the main page of FIDE ratings website.
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FIDE Elections

Thu, 06/28/2018 - 11:21



FIDE advises potential candidates that the Presidential tickets and Continental Presidential tickets must reach the FIDE Secretariat at least three months before the opening of the General Assembly. The deadlines being 3 July 17.00 hrs (Athens time) for Presidential tickets and midnight 3 July (Athens time) for Continental Presidential ticket.

The Secretariat will acknowledge receipt of the documents. The Secretariat will announce the tickets on the FIDE website on July 4th 2018.


NOMINATION FORM FOR PRESIDENTIAL TICKET FOR ELECTIONS

LETTER OF NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENTIAL TICKET FOR ELECTIONS (from Federation)

ACCEPTANCE FORM OF THE NOMINATION FOR ELECTIONS

LETTER OF NOMINATION FOR CONTINENTAL PRESIDENT FOR ELECTIONS (from Federation)

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2nd World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships finished in Minsk

Mon, 06/25/2018 - 10:17



The 2nd World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships finished in Minsk

The 2nd FIDE World Cadets Rapid & Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old have finished in Minsk, Belarus on 24th of June. More than 750 young chess players from 27 countries took part in both events.

Results of the Blitz Championship:

Boys U8:

1. Khumoyun Begmuratov (Uzbekistan) - 8.5 points out of 9, 2. Hesam Amir Jalalvand (Iran) - 8, 3. Danylo Slepchuk (Ukraine) - 7.5.

Girls U8:

1. Ekaterina Zubkovskaya (Belarus) - 8.5, 2. Rukiya Olimova (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Elnaz Kaliakhmet (Kazakhstan) - 7.

Boys U10:

1. Tykhon Cherniaiev (Ukraine) - 8.5, 2. Shakhrombek Karimov (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Dang Anh Minh (Vietnam) - 7.5.

Girls U10:

1. Afruza Khamdamova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 2. Yelyzaveta Marchenko (Ukraine) - 7.5, 3. Ekaterina Kirdyashkina (Russia) - 7.

Boys U12:

1. Leonid Girshgorn (Russia) - 9, 2. Bardiya Daneshvar (Iran) - 7.5, 3. Mikhail Spizharny (Belarus) - 7.5.

Girls U12:

1. Umida Omonova (Uzbekistan) - 8, 2. Anastasiia Dubovyk (Ukraine) - 7.5, 3. Margarita Zvereva (Russia) - 7.

Medals statistics: 1. Uzbekistan, 2. Russia, 3. Ukraine.

First Deputy Head of the Belarus President Administration Maxim Ryzhenkov, First Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism Vyacheslav Durnov, FIDE Deputy President Georgios Makropoulos, and Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation Anastasia Sorokina delivered their speeches at the closing ceremony. The winners of all categories were awarded with cups, medals and presents.  




Deputy Minister of Sport Vyacheslav Durnov


Georgios Makropoulos


Maxime Ryzhenkov




























Minister of Sport Sergey Kovalchuk,  FIDE Deputy President Georgios Makropoulos and President of Belarusian Chess federation Anastasia Sorokina

World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships day 2

The 2nd FIDE World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years are underway in Minsk, Belarus from 22nd till 24th of June.

5 rounds have been played on the second day of the World Cadets Rapid Chess Championship and after the final 9th round we have the names of the winners and medalists.

Results in Rapid:

Boys U8:

1. Khumoyun Begmuratov (Uzbekistan) - 8.5 points out of 9, 2. Aleksandr Usov - 8, 3. Platon Krasnoperov - 7.5 (both from Russia).

Girls U8:

1. Varvara Kuzmina (Russia) - 8, 2. Wiktoria Smietanska (Poland) - 7.5, 3. Alina Prochaieva (Ukraine) - 7.

Boys U10:

1. Tykhon Cherniaiev (Ukraine) - 7.5, 2. Patrik Pershin - 7.5, 3. Ivan Tokmantsev - 7.5 (both from Russia).

Girls U10:

1. Samantha Edithso (Indonesia) - 8.5, 2. Afruza Khamdamova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 3. Anna Shukhman (Russia) - 7.

Boys U12:

1. Bardiya Daneshvar (Iran) - 8, 2. Almas Rakhmatullaev (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Artsiom Strybuk (Belarus) - 7.5.

Girls U12:

1. Umida Omonova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 2. Veronika Shubenkova - 7, 3. Mariya Alekseenko - 7 (both from Russia).

On June 24th, Minsk will host the second World Cadets Blitz Chess Championship among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old. The awarding ceremony will take place at 5:30 pm after the end of the World Blitz Championship.

The championships are held in Palace of Sport in Minsk, Belarus. 747 young chess players from 27 countries are taking part in the event.




British embassy ambassador in Minsk Fionna Gibb and other distinguished guests visited the second tournament day and talked to the young players from England.



More than 50 arbiters are taking care of the FIDE World Rapid and Blitz Championship, the Chief Arbiter is IA Takis Nikolopoulos.
 

GM and famous trainer Vladimir Tukmakov had a presentation of his new book in the media center.


Chess photo exhibition of RCF Press Officer Etery Kublashvili and FIDE Press Officer Anastasiya Karlovich, which was organized by Belarus Chess Federation, is placed near the playing hall. Thus, children and their parents can see the photos of chess legends and young players.

 Photo Gallery


World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships started in Belarus

The 2nd FIDE World Cadets Rapid & Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old have started in Minsk, Belarus on 22nd of June. The championships will be held in Palace of Sport in Minsk, Belarus. 747 young chess players from 27 countries are taking part in the event. 4 rounds of the rapid Championship were played on June 22, the rest 5 rounds are scheduled on June 23rd. The blitz championship will take place on June 24.



The opening ceremony was attended by Chairman of the City Executive Committee of Minsk Andrei Shorets, First Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov, Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation Anastasia Sorokina, and FIDE official representative, the tournament’s Chief Arbiter IA Takis Nikolopoulos, British embassy ambassador in Minsk Fionna Gibb and other distinguished guests.



Chief Arbiter and the Chairman of the FIDE Arbiters Commission Takis Nikolopoulos greeted the guests and participants at the opening ceremony, which took place just before the start of the first round:

“Dear Mr. Durnov, First Deputy Minister of Sport and Tourism, dear Anastasia Sorokina, Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation, dear Andrei Shorets City Executive Committee of Minsk,

Dear participants

Ladies and gentlemen

It is a great honour for me to welcome all of you here, on behalf of the World Chess Federation uniting 189 countries of the world, in this beautiful city of Minsk for the second edition of the World Cadet Rapid and Blitz Championships.

Belarus has been very active in the international chess scene and we are confident that all the tournaments and events which they undertake to organise, will be held according to the highest standards.

I am sure many of you have already experienced their warm hospitality and are enjoying great conditions here in Minsk

I wish you a successful tournament and a pleasant stay in Minsk

Gens Una Sumus”.



Chairman of the City Executive Committee of Minsk Andrei Shorets



Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov



Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation Anastasia Sorokina



First Deputy Head of the Belarus President Administration Maxim Ryzhenkov visited the venue during the third round.















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World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships: Day 2

Sat, 06/23/2018 - 20:00

 

World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships day 2

The 2nd FIDE World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years are underway in Minsk, Belarus from 22nd till 24th of June.

5 rounds have been played on the second day of the World Cadets Rapid Chess Championship and after the final 9th round we have the names of the winners and medalists.

Results in Rapid:

Boys U8:

1. Khumoyun Begmuratov (Uzbekistan) - 8.5 points out of 9, 2. Aleksandr Usov - 8, 3. Platon Krasnoperov - 7.5 (both from Russia).

Girls U8:

1. Varvara Kuzmina (Russia) - 8, 2. Wiktoria Smietanska (Poland) - 7.5, 3. Alina Prochaieva (Ukraine) - 7.

Boys U10:

1. Tykhon Cherniaiev (Ukraine) - 7.5, 2. Patrik Pershin - 7.5, 3. Ivan Tokmantsev - 7.5 (both from Russia).

Girls U10:

1. Samantha Edithso (Indonesia) - 8.5, 2. Afruza Khamdamova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 3. Anna Shukhman (Russia) - 7.

Boys U12:

1. Bardiya Daneshvar (Iran) - 8, 2. Almas Rakhmatullaev (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Artsiom Strybuk (Belarus) - 7.5.

Girls U12:

1. Umida Omonova (Uzbekistan) - 7.5, 2. Veronika Shubenkova - 7, 3. Mariya Alekseenko - 7 (both from Russia).

On June 24th, Minsk will host the second World Cadets Blitz Chess Championship among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old. The awarding ceremony will take place at 5:30 pm after the end of the World Blitz Championship.

The championships are held in Palace of Sport in Minsk, Belarus. 747 young chess players from 27 countries are taking part in the event.




British embassy ambassador in Minsk Fionna Gibb and other distinguished guests visited the second tournament day and talked to the young players from England.



More than 50 arbiters are taking care of the FIDE World Rapid and Blitz Championship, the Chief Arbiter is IA Takis Nikolopoulos.
 

GM and famous trainer Vladimir Tukmakov had a presentation of his new book in the media center.


Chess photo exhibition of RCF Press Officer Etery Kublashvili and FIDE Press Officer Anastasiya Karlovich, which was organized by Belarus Chess Federation, is placed near the playing hall. Thus, children and their parents can see the photos of chess legends and young players.

 Photo Gallery


World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships started in Belarus

The 2nd FIDE World Cadets Rapid & Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old have started in Minsk, Belarus on 22nd of June. The championships will be held in Palace of Sport in Minsk, Belarus. 747 young chess players from 27 countries are taking part in the event. 4 rounds of the rapid Championship were played on June 22, the rest 5 rounds are scheduled on June 23rd. The blitz championship will take place on June 24.



The opening ceremony was attended by Chairman of the City Executive Committee of Minsk Andrei Shorets, First Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov, Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation Anastasia Sorokina, and FIDE official representative, the tournament’s Chief Arbiter IA Takis Nikolopoulos, British embassy ambassador in Minsk Fionna Gibb and other distinguished guests.



Chief Arbiter and the Chairman of the FIDE Arbiters Commission Takis Nikolopoulos greeted the guests and participants at the opening ceremony, which took place just before the start of the first round:

“Dear Mr. Durnov, First Deputy Minister of Sport and Tourism, dear Anastasia Sorokina, Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation, dear Andrei Shorets City Executive Committee of Minsk,

Dear participants

Ladies and gentlemen

It is a great honour for me to welcome all of you here, on behalf of the World Chess Federation uniting 189 countries of the world, in this beautiful city of Minsk for the second edition of the World Cadet Rapid and Blitz Championships.

Belarus has been very active in the international chess scene and we are confident that all the tournaments and events which they undertake to organise, will be held according to the highest standards.

I am sure many of you have already experienced their warm hospitality and are enjoying great conditions here in Minsk

I wish you a successful tournament and a pleasant stay in Minsk

Gens Una Sumus”.



Chairman of the City Executive Committee of Minsk Andrei Shorets



Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov



Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation Anastasia Sorokina



First Deputy Head of the Belarus President Administration Maxim Ryzhenkov visited the venue during the third round.















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World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships started in Belarus

Fri, 06/22/2018 - 18:03



The 2nd FIDE World Cadets Rapid & Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old have started in Minsk, Belarus on 22nd of June. The championships will be held in Palace of Sport in Minsk, Belarus. 747 young chess players from 27 countries are taking part in the event. 4 rounds of the rapid Championship were played on June 22, the rest 5 rounds are scheduled on June 23rd. The blitz championship will take place on June 24.



The opening ceremony was attended by Chairman of the City Executive Committee of Minsk Andrei Shorets, First Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov, Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation Anastasia Sorokina, and FIDE official representative, the tournament’s Chief Arbiter IA Takis Nikolopoulos, British embassy ambassador in Minsk Fionna Gibb and other distinguished guests.



Chief Arbiter and the Chairman of the FIDE Arbiters Commission Takis Nikolopoulos greeted the guests and participants at the opening ceremony, which took place just before the start of the first round:

“Dear Mr. Durnov, First Deputy Minister of Sport and Tourism, dear Anastasia Sorokina, Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation, dear Andrei Shorets City Executive Committee of Minsk,

Dear participants

Ladies and gentlemen

It is a great honour for me to welcome all of you here, on behalf of the World Chess Federation uniting 189 countries of the world, in this beautiful city of Minsk for the second edition of the World Cadet Rapid and Blitz Championships.

Belarus has been very active in the international chess scene and we are confident that all the tournaments and events which they undertake to organise, will be held according to the highest standards.

I am sure many of you have already experienced their warm hospitality and are enjoying great conditions here in Minsk

I wish you a successful tournament and a pleasant stay in Minsk

Gens Una Sumus”.



Chairman of the City Executive Committee of Minsk Andrei Shorets



Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov



Head of the Belarusian Chess Federation Anastasia Sorokina



First Deputy Head of the Belarus President Administration Maxim Ryzhenkov visited the venue during the third round.















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1st World Team Championship for Disabled 2018

Thu, 06/21/2018 - 14:29



Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

We are honored to announce that the 1st World Team Championship for Disabled will take place in Dresden, Germany, from 14th to 21st of October 2018 under the patronage of the World Chess Federation (FIDE). The very successful World Championships for Disabled in the years 2013-2015-2017 allowed us to gather a lot of experience. We have received exceedingly positive feedback during these tournaments and this is what drives us to create an excellent framework for all the players of the 1st World Team Championship, so that this event will be a lasting experience for all participants.

REGULATIONS

We would be delighted to welcome sportsmen and women from your federation to this first World Team Championship.

Be there!

 
Dr. Dirk Jordan
Tournament President

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World Junior U20 Chess Championship 2018

Fri, 06/15/2018 - 17:27



FIDE World Junior Chess Championship 2018 (open & girls under 20) will be held in Kocaeli - Gebze, Turkey from September 4th to 16th 2018. The Championship will be organized by the Turkish Chess Federation (TCF).

REGULATIONS

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FIDE Newsletter May 2018

Fri, 06/15/2018 - 14:56



Women's World Championship Match 2018 took place in Shanghai/Chongqing, China from 2nd of May 2018 to 20 of May 2018.

Official website: china2018.fide.com

Ju Wenjun became the new Women`s World Champion!



Ju Wenjun made a draw with Tan Zhongyi in the last classical game of the Women`s World Chmpionship Match and became the 17th Women`s World Champion in the history of chess. She is also the 6th Chinese player who achieved this title. The final score in the match is 5.5:4.5. Despite of a very bad start in the Match Tan Zhongyi managed to win the 6th game and kept chances to tie the score in classical games until the last moment.

Tan Zhongyi had to win the final game to level the score and secure a playoff, while Ju Wenjun needed to make a draw to win the Match. Tan Zhongyi who had Black pieces tried to surprise her opponent with the Hippopotamus Defence but it seems Ju Wenjun was well prepared and got an advantage out of the opening. Trying to create some conterplay Tan Zhongyi chose a risky line and ended up in a lost position. Despite having absolutely wining position Ju Wenjun decided to secure a draw and finish the game peacefully.


South American Junior U20 Championship 2018  took place from 12th of May 2018 till 20th May 2018 in Asunción, Paraguay.

The Paraguayan Chess Federation and Confederation of Chess for Americas (CCA), organized the XIV South American Under 20 Chess tournament. The tournaments took place in Luque, Paraguay with 24 participants (Open 13 players, Girls 11 players) from six countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Paraguay.





Results for Open
 
1) IM Brian Escalante, Peru, 8.5
2) FM Christian Santiago, Peru. 7
3) Daniel Perez, Argentina. 5.5

Results for Girls

1) Kathie Librelato, Brazil, 8
2) WIM Javiera Gómez, Chile, 7.5
3) WCM Jessica Molina, Bolivia, 6.5

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Asian Universities Chess Championship 2018 took place in Tagaytay, Philippines from 26th May to 2nd June 2018.

Results for women

1. WANG Jue CHN 2366 7,5
2. QIU Mengjie CHN 2242 7,0
3. NIE Xin CHN 2233 6,5

Results for open 

1. TAHER Yoseph Theolifus INA 2375 7,0
2. XU Yi CHN 2526 6,5
3. ALI Muhammad Lutfi INA 2413 6,5

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African Individual Chess Championships 2018 took place in Lusaka, Zambia from 11th May 24th May 2018.

African Individual Chess Championships 2018 were held from 12-22nd May in Warm Harbor Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia.

The organizers were the African Chess Confederation and the Chess Federation of Zambia.

30 players took part in the Open section and 22 in the Women section.

In the Open section the Egyptian players proved their dominance. GM Bassem Amin crushed the field with 8,5 out of 9. GM Ahmed Adly was second with 7 points and GM Essam El Gindy took third place with 6 points.

In the Ladies section the winner is WGM Shahenda Wafa (Egypt) with 8 pot of 9. Second is WFM Lorita Mwango (Zambia) with 6,5 points and with the same points third is WIM Sabrina Latreche (Algeria).

Bassem Amin also won the Blitz championship with 7/9 points. Just like Shahenda Wafa claimed victory in this event as well, with 8/9 points.

In the Rapid championship Ahmed Adly edged his compatriot Bassem Amin on tie-break to claim the first place. The two players finished on 8/9 points each.


FIDE events in June
World Cadet U8, U10, U12 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships 2018

Minsk, Belarus

21-Jun-2018

25-Jun-2018

European Amateur Chess Championship 2018

Niksic, Montenegro

13-Jun-2018

21-Jun-2018

European School Chess Championship 2018

Krakow, Poland

29-Jun-2018

8-Jul-2018

American Continental, Classical, Rapid and Blitz Championships 2018

Montevideo, Uruguay

1-Jun-2018

11-Jun-2018

Central American & Caribbean Junior U20 Chess Championships 2018

Guatemala

30-Jun-2018

7-Jul-2018

19th ASEAN Age Group Chess Championships

Davao City, Philippines

18-Jun-2018

28-Jun-2018

Zone 4.2 Individual Championships

Djibouti City, Djibouti

9-Jun-2018

18-Jun-2018

Zone 4.1 Individual Championships

Bamako, Mali

20-Jun-2018

29-Jun-2018

African School Individual Chess Championships 2018

  23-Jun-2018

2-Jul-2018

18th IPCA World Individual Chess Championship 2018

Prague, Czech Republic

21-Jun-2018

30-Jun-2018

Commonwealth Chess Championship 2018

New Delhi, India

25-Jun-2018

4-Jul-2018

 


43rd World Chess Olympiad in Batumi 2018

INVITATION

The Georgian Chess Federation and the Chess Olympiad Organizing Committee have the great honor to invite all FIDE member countries to the 43rd Batumi Chess Olympiad and the 89th FIDE congress to be held from 23rd of September till 6th of October 2018 in Batumi, Georgia.

Official website: batumi2018.fide.com

2018 Batumi Chess Olympiad Principals

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2018 Batumi Chess Olympiad Principals

Fri, 06/08/2018 - 14:40



2018 BATUMI CHESS OLYMPIAD PRINCIPALS

CHIEF ARBITER:   IA A’ Nikolopoulos, Takis (GRE)       DEPUTY CHIEF ARBITER:   IA B’ Salama, Omar (ISL): Open Section     IA B’ Japaridze, Marika (GEO): Women Section       SECTOR ARBITER - ANTICHEATING:   IA A’ Deventer, Klaus (GER)       SECTOR ARBITER - OPEN SECTION:   IA D’ Kytharidis, Argiris (GRE)     IA B’ Bailleul, Geert (BEL)     IA A’ Anantharam R. (IND)     IA A’ Abdulrahim, Mahdi (UAE)     IA B’ Khaled, Hassan (EGY)     IA D’ Martinez Garcia, Jose (MEX)       SECTOR ARBITER - WOMEN SECTION:   IA A’ Jarecki, Carol (IVB)     IA D’ Asanov, Bolat (KAZ)     IA B’ Tandashvili, Margarita (GEO)     IA B’ Khairallah, Elias (LBN)       TAP:   Chairman: IA A’ Stubenvoll, Werner (AUT)     Member: IA B’ Krause, Christian (GER)     Member: Herzog, Heinz (AUT)     Member: IA A’ Holowczak, Alex (ENG)       APPEALS COMMITTEE:   Chairman: IA Jorge Vega (GUA)     Member: IA Hesham Elgendy (EGY)     Member: Boris Kutin (SLO)



Olympiad website batumi2018.fide.com

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CAS dismisses appeal of IM Fernando Braga

Fri, 06/08/2018 - 11:00



CAS dismisses appeal of IM Fernando Braga.

Download the Award (pdf).
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