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The 1st World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships finished in Minsk, Belarus

On June 4, the World Cadets Blitz Chess Championship among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old took place in Minsk, Belarus. 532 young chess players from 25 countries were fighting to win trophies and medals.

Results in Blitz:

Boys U8:
1. Andrei Rudnev (Belarus) - 8 points out of 9, 2. Pham Tran Gia Phuc (Vietnam) - 8, 3. Savva Vetokhin (Russia) - 8;

Girls U8:
1. Anna Shukhman (Russia) - 8, 2. Ho Ngoc Vy (Vietnam) - 7.5, 3. Mai Hieu Linh (Vietnam) - 7;

Boys U10:
1. Islombek Sindarov (Uzbekistan) - 8, 2. Abdulbosit Sharifjonov (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Leonid Lystsov (Russia) - 7;

Girs U10:
1. Veronika Shubenkova (Russia) - 7, 2.Liudmila Ivanytska (Ukraine) - 7, 3. Thai Ngoc Tuong Minh (Vietnam) - 6.5;

Boys U12:
1. Denis Lazavik (Belarus) - 7.5, 2. Alexey Grachev (Russia) - 7.5, 3. Bardiya Daneshvar (Iran) - 7.5;

Girls U12:
1. Kseniya Zeliantsova (Belarus) - 9, 2. Vuong Quynh Anh (Vietnam) - 7.5, 3. Nastassja Matus (USA) - 6,5.

All children received certificates of the participation in the 1st World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships.

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World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships day 2


The 1st FIDE World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years are under way in Minsk, Belarus from 2nd till 4th of June.

The 1st World Cadets Rapid Chess Championship finished in Minsk on 3rd of June and we have the names of the winners and medalists.

Results in Rapid:

Boys U8:
1. Pham Tran Gia Phuc (Vietnam) - 8 points out of 9, 2. Savva Vetokhin (Russia) - 8, 3. Mikelis Vingris (Latvia) - 8;

Girls U8:
1. Sofia Mutina - 7.5, 2. Anna Shukhman (both - Russia) - 7, 3. Mai Hieu Linh (Vietnam) - 7;

Boys U10:
1. Mikhei Navumenka (Belarus) - 8, 2. Islombek Sundarov (Uzbekistan) - 8, 3. Leonid Lystsov (Russia) - 7.5;

Girls U10:
1. Veronika Shubenkova (Russia) - 7.5, 2. Anzhelika Lomakina (Ukraine) - 7, 3. Nguen Linh Dan (Vietnam) - 7;

Boys U12:
1. Volodar Murzin (Russia) - 7.5, 2. Bardiya Daneshvar (Iran) - 7,5, 3. Mikhail Spizharny (Belarus) - 7;

Girls U12:
1. Anastasiia Dubovyk (Ukraine) - 8, 2. Kseniya Zeliantsova (Belarus) - 7, 3. Nguen Thien Ngan (Vietnam) - 6.5.

On June 4, Minsk will host the first World Cadets Blitz Chess Championship among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old. The awarding ceremony will take place at 5 pm after the end of the World Blitz Championship.

The championships are held in Palace of Sport in Minsk, Belarus in the same venue as the European Individual Chess Championship 2017. 626 young chess players from 24 countries are taking part in the event. 4 rounds of the rapid Championship were played on June 2, the rest 5 rounds are scheduled on June 3. The blitz championship will take place on June 4.

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The Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Aleksandr Shamko visited the second tournament day

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The President of the Belarussian Chess Federation showed him the venue and the fun zone



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World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Championships started in Belarus


The 1st FIDE World Cadets Rapid & Blitz Championships among boys and girls under 8, 10 and 12 years old has started in Minsk, Belarus on 2nd of June. The championships will be held in Palace of Sport in Minsk, Belarus in the same venue as the European Individual Chess Championship 2017. 626 young chess players from 24 countries are taking part in the event. 4 rounds of the rapid Championship were played on June 2, the rest 5 rounds are scheduled on June 3. The blitz championship will take place on June 4.

First Deputy Head of the Belarus President Administration Maxim Ryzhenkov, Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov, and the FIDE Vice-President, President of the Spanish Chess Federation Javier Ochoa greeted the guests and participants at the opening ceremony, which took place just before the start of the first round.

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First Deputy Head of the Belarussian President Administration Maxim Ryzhenkov

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Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Vyacheslav Durnov and FIDE Administrative Manager Polina Tsedenova

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FIDE Vice-President, President of the Spanish Chess Federation Javier Ochoa and FIDE Administrative Manager Polina Tsedenova

Javier Ochoa congratulated the Belarus Chess Federation for taking up the challenge of the organization of this event for the first time. “The rapid time controls are increasing its popularity in the chess world and we can see how the main world top players participates in the last years in the world rapid championships.

On behalf of FIDE, I want to thank the effort made for all the delegations to attend this first world championship making it a great event.

As in all the world championships for cadet and youth we are aware that among you there are the best world chess players of the near future and we are proud of giving you this opportunity to show your chess skills and to improve.

For most of you it's the first world chess championship that you play and also the first time that you are travelling to another country. I wish you all to have a great experience here in Minsk.”

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The President of the Belarus Chess Fedearation Anastasia Sorokina and First Deputy Head of the Belarussian President Administration Maxim Ryzhenkov

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The Chief Arbiter of the World Cadets Championships, the Chairman of FIDE Arbiters’ Commission IA Takis Nikolopoulos

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