Presentation on theme: "9-year-old Xenia Strukova Final standings of Russian Youth Championship (30.04.201) Russian Youth Championships 30.04.2011"— Presentation transcript:
9-year-old Xenia Strukova Final standings of Russian Youth Championship (30.04.201) Russian Youth Championships 30.04.2011 http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=7188 Krasnodar
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Some of the champions posing with their trophies and diplomas
The Russian Youth Championship (Premier League) recently took place for boys and girls in the sub-10, 12, 14, 16, and 18 years-old categories. Parallel to it was the slightly lower All-Russian Youth competition, which is essentially the lower category of the same event. The tournament was held in the AquaLoo Hotel, in the Krasnodar Territory, from April 15 to 24. There was also a rapid and blitz championship held from April 24-26. The tournaments were held on the swiss system, nine rounds, played in g/90 with a 30-second increment as of move one. The winners of the championship of Russia will be entitled to participate in the Youth World Championship in 2011, and silver medalists - in the European Youth Championship. The winners of the sub-18 tournaments will be able to play in the Russian Premier League championship, and finally players who place in the top four of the All-Russian will receive the right to participate in next year's Premier League of the Russian Youth Championship.
Final standings of Russian Youth Championship Age group Boys Girls under 10 Zahar Alexandrov Alexandera Obolentseva under 12 Semyon Khanin Dinara Dordzhieva under 14 Arsene Kuhmazov Ljubov Kosticina under 16 Vladislav Terentyev Irina Barayev under 18 Vladimir Fedoseev Daria Pustovoitova All in all the competitions drew a total of 1305 children. Anna Burtasova was at the venue and provided many lovely pictures of the event: http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=7188 30.04.2011 Russian Youth Championships - Paving the future
Russian Youth Championships - Paving the future 30.04.2011 – Although the Russians still hold the greatest number of grandmasters and masters, the key is in the renovation. The 2011 Russian Youth Championships just took place, crowning not only the new champions, but also designating those who will represent Russia in the next World and European Youth Championships. Here is a beautiful panoply of pictures by Anna Burtasova.