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Apaar Saxena wins Gold in Asian School U-9 Open Championship 2021

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Karnataka wonder boy Apaar Saxena once again made India and Karnataka proud by winning Gold Medal in Asian School Chess Championship U-09 category organised by Chess Federation of Philippines. There were top 96 participants from 25 Asian countries participated in the tournament. Apaar played with 8 different countries players and scored 8 out of 9 games with 7 win and 2 draw, he has not lost any game in the tournament.
Team UKCA congratulates his splendid achievement and wishes him good luck in his future tournaments.

Charvi A wins Silver in Asian School U-7 Championship 2021

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Charvi Anilkumar, seven year old has won second place (silver medal ) in Asian School Online Chess Championship -under 7 years girls category which concluded on 25th July 2021 ! Just 10 days back, she had won this year's Indian National School Chess Championship- under 7 years category. In Asian Championship, she missed the first place by a whisker and was adjudged second on tiebreaker. She is qualified to represent INDIA officially in “WORLD SCHOOL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP”.
Team UKCA congratulates her splendid achievement and wishes her good luck in her future tournaments.

United Karnataka Chess Association is proud to announce Karnataka State Women and Junior Open/Girls Online Youth Chess Championships - 2021 from July 19th to July 22nd. Please visit tournament section for more details.

Apaar Saxena wins Bronze in National School U-9 Open Championship 2021

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Apaar Saxena had the podium finish with Bronze medal in Nationals School U-09 Open category. Apaar had a good run in the tournament with 8 wins out of 9 rounds out of 600 players. His commitment in learning chess during the pandemic period made him reach this position.
Team UKCA congratulates his splendid achievement and wishes him good luck in his future tournaments.

Arhan Chethan Anand wins Silver in National School U-15 and U-13 Open Championships 2021

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Arhan represented Karnataka at the AICF National School Under 13 and Under 15 Open Chess Championships 2021. Arhan started at rank 8 in the under 15 open category. He was unbeaten and leading the championship in the penultimate round but had to settle for silver with a loss to top seed IM Pranesh M in the final round. Arhan scored 7.5 points in 9 rounds.
Arhan started at rank 2 in the under 13 open category. He was unbeaten scoring 8 points in 9 rounds narrowly missing the Gold.
Team UKCA congratulates his splendid achievement and wishes him good luck in his future tournaments.

Renganayaki V clinches 2021 National School Under-15 Championship for Girls

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Top seed Renganayaki V of Karantaka in Girls won the 2021 National School Under-15 title. Renganayki, started the tournament as a top seed and maintained her lead till round 7 (with 7 points on 7 rounds) , despite the narrow loss on the 8th round, she kept the momentum and completed the tournament as a Title Winner. Team UKCA congratulates her splendid achievement and wishes her good luck in her future tournaments.

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