World Youth Chess Championship 2013: closing ceremony Print
Saturday, 28 December 2013 13:34
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Closing Ceremony of the WYCC 2013 was held in the UAE after the last round. Medal winners in classic and blitz sections in all 12 categories recieved their medals from Sheikh Nehyan and FIDE President Kirsan Illyumzhinov.

Full Results are available at the Official website

Photos from the closing ceremony

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The 2013 World Youth Chess Championships were held on 17-29th December in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.

The event was organized by the UAE Chess Federation and Al Ain Chess Club, under the auspices of FIDE. A total of 1773 players from 121 countries competed.

India and China and boasting three gold medals each, but the Indian players also bagged two silver and three bronze medals.

Russia has 1 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronzes, while representatives of Iran have won one of each medals. United States claimed gold and silver in U10 boys section.

Among the other countries, Canada, Armenia and Greece have one gold medal each.

Spanish players have won two silver medals, while Serbia, Mongolia, Turkey, Uzbekistan and Belarus have one silver each.

Azerbaijan takes two bronze medals home. Also with bronze medals, one for each country, are Poland, Bulgaria and Turkmenistan.

Results U18 boys / Results U18 girls / Results U16 boys / Results U16 girls / Results U14 boys / Results U14 girls /Results U12 boys / Results U12 girls / Results U10 boys / Results U10 girls / Results U8 boys / Results U8 girls

Games U14 boys / Games U14 girls / Games U12 boys / Games U12 girls / Games U10 boys / Games U10 girls /Games U8 boys / Games U8 girls

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