Stefanova Antoaneta of Bulgaria is the Women`s World Chess Champion 2004 Print
Saturday, 05 June 2004 00:00
FIDE is happy to extend its most sincere and cordial congratulations to the Women`s World Chess Champion Antoaneta Stefanova of Bulgaria and wishes her future successes and great achievements in the professional chess!
Stefanova Antoaneta of Bulgaria, having two wins after 2 games of the Final Match, made a draw in the 3rd Game and became the Women`s World Chess Champion 2004.
Visit the official site of the Women&rsquos World Chess Championship 2004 at http://wwcc2004.fide.comFIDE is happy to extend its most sincere and cordial congratulations to the Women`s World Chess Champion Antoaneta Stefanova of Bulgaria and wishes her future successes and great achievements in the professional chess!

Stefanova Antoaneta of Bulgaria, having two wins after 2 games of the Final Match, made a draw in the 3rd Game and became the Women`s World Chess Champion 2004.

Visit the official site of the Women&rsquos World Chess Championship 2004 at http://wwcc2004.fide.com

 
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