U8 East: Etud Ekaterinburg win

Worldwide U8 Division East – November 25, 2020

Players of Этюд (Etud, Ekaterinburg, Russia) emerged victorious in today’s Worldwide U8 team tournament, one of the most numerous ones so far: 128 players born in 2012 and younger. Eminent Chess Academy (New Delhi, India) was second-placed, their best result so far, and third were SHARP KIDS (Philippines). Read full report.

Two new Russian teams appeared today, and performed very well in their first tournament: Федерация Шахмат Республики Башкортостан (Chess Federation of the Republic of Bashkortostan) and Шахматная академия UfaChess (Chess Academy Ufa), bringing the lineup to 10 very healthy, strong and numerous teams.

1 Этюд (Russia)
2 Eminent Chess Academy, New Delhi (India)
3 SHARP KIDS Under 8 (Philippines)
4 Федерация Шахмат Республики Башкортостан (Russia)
5 Chess Training Foundation (India)
6 Шахматная академия UfaChess (Russia)
7 ChessNut Academy Under 8 (India)
8 PCA-U8-WW8 (Malaysia)
9 North Bengal Chess Academy(Under 8) (India)
10 CMJ U8 Optimum Kids Team (Malaysia)

Этюд – Etud (CVR «Socium»), Ekaterinburg is chess club with rich history. In Worldwide Chess events they compete regularly in U8, U12 and U16 categories from early beginnings of Worldwide events.

  • Etud U8 lineup:
    • Valdas Artur
    • Bubnov Maxim
    • Platonov Pavel
    • Ochagov Yury
    • Bykov Alexander
    • Rudenko Lev
    • Efimov Konstantin
    • Mezenov Alexey
    • Bubnova Alisa
    • Petrovich Leonid
    • Terentiev Yaroslav
    • Nekrasov Vladislav
    • Zabigulin Mihail
    • Soloviev Semen
    • Dresvina Ekaterina
    • Shipilin Yan
  • Team captain – WFM Alena Nikulina

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