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India wins 46 medals at Asian Youth Chess Championships 2022

by Shahid Ahmed - 22/10/2022

India has won a mammoth 46 medals including 27 individual (13 Gold, 6 Silver and 8 Bronze) medals, 19 team (8 Gold, 4 Silver and 7 Bronze) medals at Asian Youth Chess Championships 2022. 27 out of 108 individual medals were won by Indian players. Madhvendra Pratap Sharma is the only Indian who has won a Gold medal in all three formats - Classical, Rapid and Blitz in Under-10 Open category. He also remained undefeated in all 23 games. Charvi A, Ethan Vaz, Saparya Ghosh and WFM Bhagyashree Patil won two Gold medal each in their respective categories. India finished second overall with 10 medals, Vietnam first bagging 11 medals in the Classical format. Photo: IM FT FA Neeraj Kumar Mishra

Madhvendra Pratap Sharma scores a Golden Hat-Trick

India has won a staggering 46 medals. It is undoubtedly a dominating performance, considering there were not enough Indian participants in few age groups to become eligible for team medals. Madhvendra Pratap Sharma won a total of six Gold medals combining both individual and team, one each in three formats - Classical, Rapid and Blitz. Charvi won five Gold and one Silver, Bhagyashree earned two Gold, a Silver and Bronze, Ethan two Gold, two Silver and one Bronze, and Saparya two Gold.

The entire Indian contingent with the coaches, arbiters and delegates of Asian Youth Chess Championships 2022 | Photo: IM FT FA Neeraj Kumar Mishra

Madhvendra Pratap Sharma is the only Indian who won a Gold medal in all three formats - Classical, Rapid and Blitz | Photo: IM Akshat's twitter

Classical: Under-8 Girls - Silver

World Under-8 Girls champion, Charvi A (1414) scored 7/9 to win the Silver in the Under-8 Girls section in the Classical format. She finished a half point behind the winner. Despite starting out with a loss, Charvi scored seven points in the remaining eight games.

Charvi A won Silver in Clasical, Gold in Rapid and Blitz, Team Gold in Classical, Rapid and Blitz along with Pooja Shree R and Samhita Pungavanam | Photo: Charvi's twitter

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
16
Hematian Mahdizadeh SalmaIRI11527,50746,540364,52,811,694067,6
21
Charvi AIND14147064537,52544,08-0,0840-3,2
34
Sholpanbek ZhansayaKAZ117960644,5373522,40-0,4040-16

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Under-10 Open - Gold and Bronze

10th National School Under-9 Open champion and 34th National Under-10 Open runner-up, Madhvendra Pratap Sharma (1527) scored an unbeaten 8/9 to clinch the Gold in the Under-10 Open section. He finished a full point ahead of the field and gained 106.8 Elo rating points in the process. Reigning National Under-10 champion, Vivaan Vishal Shah (1858) scored 7/9 to finish third on tie-breaks.

Madhvendra Pratap Sharma won six Gold medals in total - three individual and three team | Photo: IM FT FA Neeraj Mishra

Vivaan Vishal Shah won Silver in Rapid and Blitz, Bronze in the Classical format and he won the team Gold in all three formats with Madhvendra and Aarush | Photo: Aditya Sur Roy

India won Team Gold in Classical Under-10 Open (Center L to R) - Vivaan Vishal Shah 7/9, Madhvendra Pratap Sharma 8/9 and Aarush Dolas 5/9 | Photo: Offical site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
19
Madhvendra Pratap SharmaIND152780746393652,332,6740106,8
236
Le Huynh Tuan KhangVIE07164437375
31
Vivaan Vishal ShahIND185870747,5402766,21-0,2140-8,4

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Under-10 Girls - Bronze

34th National Under-10 Girls second runner-up, Western Asia Under-8 and 10 Girls Gold, Silver and Bronze medalist, Hanya Shah scored 6.5/9, two points the winner. Both Nguyen Minh Chi (VIE) and Hanya Shah scored 6.5/9 each. However, Hanya was placed third according to tie-breaks.

Hanya Shah won an individual Bronze medal in the Classical format, team Silver in Classical and team Bronze in Blitz along with Vedika Pal and Aadya Ranganath | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
13
Gunawardhana Devindya OshiniSRI14238,50844,538476,54,012,494099,6
226
Nguyen Minh ChiVIE06,5154738,5296,5
37
Hanya ShahIND13936,5064435,53542,291,714068,4

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Under-12 Open - Gold

National Under-12 second runner-up, Ethan Vaz (2059) scored 7/9 and edged past CM Manon Raja Neer (BAN, 2107) on tie-breaks to clinch the Gold.

Ethan Vaz won Gold in Classical and Blitz, Silver in Rapid, team Gold in Classical and team Silver in Rapid and Blitz with Arjun Adireddy, Md. Reyan and Goutham Krishna H

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
15
AIMVaz EthanIND20597064437,55977,26-0,2640-10,4
21
CMManon Reja NeerBAN210770543,5371977,26-0,2640-10,4
328
Pham Viet Thien PhuocVIE13196,5064135274,52,192,314092,4

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Under-12 Girls - Gold

National Under-12 Girls second runner-up, Saparya Ghosh (1539), Dang Le Xuan Hien (VIE, 1410) and Margad Munkpurev (MGL, 1257) scored 7/9 each. They were placed first, second and third according to tie-breaks. Despite losing the penultimate round game, she bounced back by winning the must-win final round game to win the Gold.

Saparya Ghosh won Gold medal in both Classical and Rapid event | Photo: IM FT FA Neeraj Kumar Mishra

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
15
Saparya GhoshIND153970647,540,53975,611,394055,6
29
Dang Le Xuan HienVIE141070645,538,54863,072,9340117,2
314
Margad MunkhpurevMGL125770643362752,272,7340109,2

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Under-14 Open - Silver

Reigning National Under-14 Open champion, John Veny Akkarakaran (2141) scored 6.5/9, a half point behind the winner. He edged past Cu Ivan Travis (PHI, 1646) on tie-breaks to secure the Silver medal.

John Veny Akkarakaran won individual Silver in Classical, Bronze in Rapid and team Bronze in Rapid with Gaurang Bagwe | Photo: Aditya Sur Roy

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
16
CMPham Tran Gia PhucVIE20367064740,53975,931,074042,8
22
John Veny AkkarakaranIND21416,5154639196,57,28-0,7840-31,2
318
Cu Ivan TravisPHI16466,50644,537,5285,52,243,2640130,4

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Under-14 Girls - Bronze

The 34th National Under-14 Girls champion, Mrittika Mallick (1879) scored 6.5/9, a full point behind the winner. She was placed third due to better tie-break scores than Nguyen Ngoc Hien (VIE, 1652).

Mrittika Mallick won individual Bronze in Classical and Silver in Rapid, team Bronze in Classical with Anupam and Pragnya | Photo: Aditya Sur Roy

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
112
Khuslen ErdenebayarMGL15907,5074740486,53,822,6840107,2
21
WFMNurgaliyeva ZarinaKAZ20667064840,53978,32-1,3240-52,8
32
Mrittika MallickIND18796,50,564840,5296,57,44-0,9440-37,6

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Under-16 Open - Silver

Western Asia Under-18 Open double Gold and a Bronze medalist, FM S Harshad (2228) scored 6.5/9, two points behind the winner. He had better tie-breaks than Fu Yihe (AUS, 2129). Thus, he secured the Silver medal.

FM S Harshad scored the lone Silver medal fori India in Under-16 Open | Photo: Aditya Sur Roy

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
11
CMNguyen Quoc HyVIE22868,50846,540498,56,841,664066,4
23
FMHarshad SIND22286,5054637,5196,56,93-0,4320-8,6
35
AGMFu YiheAUS21296,50545,537385,55,000,504020

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Under-16 Girls - Team Bronze

Reigning National Sub-Junior Girls champion and individual Bronze medalist at World Youth U-16 Olympiad 2022, Tanisha S Boramanikar (1808) and Cera Dagariya (1517) won team Bronze medal in Under-16 Girls Classical event.

Under-16 Girls Team Classical (L to R) - 2nd Indonesia 14.5/27, 1st Vietnam 20/27 and 3rd India 11.5/27 | Photo: Official site

Under-18 Open - Bronze

31st National Under-18 Open champion, CM Soham Kamotrta (2382) scored 6/9, a full point behind the winner. FM Arfan Aditya Bagus (INA, 2341) and FM Zia Tahsin Tajwar (BAN, 2254) also scored the same. He was placed third according to tie-breaks.

CM Soham Kamotra won an individudal Bronze medal and two team Bronze medals with Ilamparthi A R in Classical and Blitz events | Photo: Rupali Mullick

Under-18 Open Team Classical (L to R) - 2nd Indonesia 16/27, 1st Vietnam 18/27 and 3rd India 11.5/27 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
14
FMDao Minh NhatVIE233170541,535,51976,080,922018,4
23
FMArfan Aditya BagusINA234160445,538,51965,830,17203,4
31
CMSoham KamotraIND238260443,536,52966,76-0,7620-15,2

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Under-18 Girls - Team Bronze

WFM Bhagyashree Patil (1897), Rindhiya V (2072) and Kanishka S (1837) won a team Bronze medal in the Under-18 Girls Classical event.

Under-18 Girls Team Classical (L to R) - 2nd Indonesia 16.5/27, 1st Vietnam 18.5/27 and 3rd India 15/27 | Photo: Official site

Rapid: Under-8 Open - Bronze

Rahul Ramakrishnan (1317) scored 5.5/7, a half point behind the winner to secure the Bronze medal. He secured second position at MPL 10th National School Chess Championship 2022 and same place finish in the MPL 34th National Under-8 Open 2022.

Under-8 Open Rapid (L to R) - 2nd Korosh Bolandnazar (IRI) 5.5/7, 1st Seyedkian Ghoreishiamiri (IRI) 6/7 and 3rd Rahul Ramakrishnan 5.5/7 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
13
Ghoreishiamiri SeyedkianIRI153660629,5242542,961,042020,8
24
Bolandnazar KoroshIRI14445,50,552721253,52,720,782015,6
37
Rahul RamakrishnanIND13175,50,5525,520242,51,770,732014,6

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Under-8 Girls - Gold

The newly crowned World Under-8 Girls champion, Charvi Anilkumar scored a perfect 7/7 to clinch the Gold in the Rapid. She finished a massive two points ahead of the remaining podium finishers. Charvi is having a fantastic year. She has also won the MPL 34th National Under-10 Girls and National Under-8 Girls Chess Championship earlier this year.

Charvi A won Gold in Rapid with a 100% score 7/7 | Photo: Charvi's twitter

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
11
Charvi AIND135170725204221,540,46209,2
224
Vo Mai PhuongVIE050528,521,5342
311
Duong Ngoc NgaVIE050528,521,5254

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Under-10 Open: Gold and Silver

Before winning a Gold in Classical, Madhvendra Pratap Sharma (1427) won a Gold in the Rapid event. He scored an unbeaten 6.5/7 and finished a half point ahead of the competition. Vivaan Vishal Shah (1858) scored 6/7 to secure the Silver. His sole loss of the event was against the eventual champion, Madhvendra. India won the Team Gold scoring 16.5/21.

Under-10 Open Rapid (L to R) - 2nd Vivaan Vishal Shah 6/7, 1st Madhvendra Pratap Sharma 6.5/7 and 3rd Ramtin Kakavand (IRI) 5.5/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-10 Open Rapid Team (L to R) - 2nd Vietnam 15.5/21, 1st India 16.5/21 and 3rd Mongolia 15/21 | Photo: Official site

Final Standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
112
Madhvendra Pratap SharmaIND14276,50628223330,692,312046,2
21
Vivaan Vishal ShahIND185860626,5203544,56-0,5640-22,4
32
Kakavand RamtinIRI16975,5053023,5364,55,14-0,6420-12,8

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Under-12 Open - Bronze

Ethan Vaz (1959) won a Bronze in the Rapid event first before winning a Gold in the Classical. He scored 5.5/7, a half point behind the top two finishers. India won the Team Silver medal with a score of 15.5/21.

Under-12 Open Rapid (L to R) - 2nd Nho Kiet Ding (VIE) 6/7, 1st Dau Khuong Duy (VIE) 6/7 and 3rd Ethan Vaz 5.5/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-12 Open Rapid Team (L to R) - 2nd India 15.5/21, 1st Vietnam 17/21 and 3rd Indonesia 13.5/21 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
16
Dau Khuong DuyVIE191760529,5242653,881,122022,4
22
Dinh Nho KietVIE197560526,5212764,881,122022,4
35
AIMVaz EthanIND19595,50532,526,5375,54,820,682013,6

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Under-12 Girls - Gold

Saparya Ghosh (1439) won her first Gold at the Asian Youth Under-12 Girls in the Rapid event before clinching Gold in Classical. Four players scored 5.5/7, out of them Saparya finished first due to better tie-breaks.

Saparya Ghosh en route her first Gold medal in the Rapid event 5.5/7 | Photo: IM FT FA Neeraj Kumar Mishra

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
15
Saparya GhoshIND14395,5052923,5375,54,341,162023,2
27
Imomkuzieva NilufarkhonUZB13995,50528,523264,53,870,632012,6
31
WFMKaliakhmet ElnazKAZ17445,5052722364,55,08-0,5820-11,6

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Under-14 Open - Bronze

John Veny Akkarakaran (2041) scored 5.5/7 to secure the Bronze medal. He finished a full point behind the winner. Three players scoredd 5.5/7. Out of them, John was placed third according to their tie-break scores. India won the team Bronze medal scoring 10.5/21. Only two players were there for India in this category.

Under-14 Open Rapid (L to R) - 2nd Anh Minh Dang (VIE) 5.5/7, 1st CM Tran Gia Phuc Pham (VIE) 6.5/7 and 3rd John Veny Akkarakaran 5.5/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-14 Open Rapid Team (L to R) - 2nd Indonesia 13.5/21, 1st Vietnam 17.5/21 and 3rd India 10.5/21 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
16
CMPham Tran Gia PhucVIE19366,5062822,5376,54,402,102042
21
Dang Anh MinhVIE20445,5052922,5275,55,61-0,1120-2,2
32
John Veny AkkarakaranIND20415,50528,522275,55,63-0,1320-2,6

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Under-18 Open - Gold

World Under-14 Open champion, Ilamparthi A R (2249) scored a perfect 7/7 to clinch the Gold in the Under-18 Open Rapid event. He finished a massive 1.5 points ahead of the field. India won the Team Bronze medal scoring 9/21. Only two Indian players were there in this category.

Under-18 Open Rapid (L to R) - 2nd Khuyagtsogt Itgelt (MGL) 5.5/7, 1st Ilamparthi A R 7/7 and 3rd FM Kemas Ade Krisna Mausyach Suri (INA) 5/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-18 Open Rapid Team (L to R) - 2nd Vietnam 13/21, 1st Indonesia 13.5/21 and 3rd India 9/21 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
12
Ilamparthi A RIND22497072620,54775,471,532030,6
29
Itgelt KhuyagtsogtMGL20845,50524,517,5264,53,141,362027,2
316
FMMausyach Suri Kemas Ade KrisnaINA199850517132642,921,082021,6

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Under-18 Girls - Gold

The double Gold medalist at Western Asia Under-18 Girls Rapid and Blitz 202231st National Under-18 Girls and 32nd National Under-17 Girls champion, WFM Bhagyashree Patil (1797) scored 6/7 to clinch the Gold. She remained undefeated and finished a half point ahead of the field. She also won a team Silver medal along with Rindhiya V (1972) and Sasvatha A (1348).

Under-18 Girls Gold medal - WFM Bhagyashree Patil 6/7 | Photo: IM FT FA Neeraj Mishra

Under-18 Girls Rapid Team (L to R) - 2nd India 13/21, 1st Vietnam 13.5/21 and 3rd Indonesia 12/21 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
16
WFMBhagyashree PatilIND179760524,5193763,892,112042,2
21
WIMBalabayeva XeniyaKAZ21305,5052721375,56,14-0,6420-12,8
38
Luong Hoang Tu LinhVIE178850523,517,51754,440,562011,2

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Blitz: Under-8 Open  - Gold

Rahul Ramakrishnan (1317) scored 6/7 and finished a half point ahead of the field to clinch the Gold. Despite starting out with a loss, Rahul won the next six games to finish first.

Under-8 Open Blitz (L to R) - 2nd Karim Aitzhan (KAZ) 5.5/7, 1st Rahul Ramakrishnan 6/7 and 3rd Nguyen Truong An Khang (VIE) 5.5/7 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
17
Rahul RamakrishnanIND13176062721,54221,060,942018,8
26
Aitzhan KarimKAZ13785,5052620431,51,240,26205,2
35
Nguyen Truong An KhangVIE14265,5052519,52221,130,874034,8

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Under-8 Girls - Gold and Bronze

Charvi A (1349), Ider Tselmuun (MGL, 1143) and Samhita Pungavanam (1116) all three scored 6/7 each. They were placed first, second and third according to tie-breaks. Charvi, Samhita and Pooja Shree R (1137) won a team Gold medal.

Under-8 Girls Blitz (L to R) - 2nd Ider Tselmuun (MGL) 6/7, 1st Charvi A 6/7 and 3rd Samhita Pungavanam 6/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-8 Girls Blitz Team (L to R) - 2nd Mongolia 13.5/21, 1st India 17/21 and 3rd Vietnam 12/21 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
11
Charvi AIND134961629233654,290,712014,2
27
Tselmuun IderMGL114361627213542,011,994079,6
310
Samhita PungavanamIND111661627212431,271,734069,2

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Under-10 Open - Gold and Silver

Both Madhvendra Pratap Sharma (1427) and Vivaan Vishal Shah (1858) scored 6.5/7 each. They remained undefeated. Madhvendra clinched his third Gold and Vivaaan earned his second Silver in this edition. Madhvendra and Vivaan also won their third team Gold medal in this event.

Under-10 Open Blitz (L to R) - 2nd Vivaan Vishal Shah 6.5/7, 1st Madhvendra Pratap Sharma 6.5/7 and 3rd Gulton Almagro Hasian (INA) 5.5/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-10 Open Blitz Team (L to R) - 2nd Vietnam 15.5/21, 1st India 17/21 and 3rd Indonesia 14.5/21 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
111
Madhvendra Pratap SharmaIND14276,50,563124,5343,51,551,952039
21
Vivaan Vishal ShahIND18586,50,562922,5265,55,340,16406,4
320
Gultom Almagro HasianINA11105,50529,523364,50,494,0140160,4

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Under-10 Girls - Team Bronze

Hanya Shah (1317), Aadya Ranganath (1316) and Vedika Pal (1168) won a team Bronze medal.

Under-10 Girls Blitz Team (L to R) - 2nd Philippines 12.5/21, 1st Vietnam 17/21 and 3rd India 11/21 | Photo: Official site

Under-10 Girls Team Bronze: India (L to R) - Vedika Pal 3/7, Hanya Shah 4/7 and Aadya Ranganath 4/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-12 Open - Gold

Ethan Vaz (1959) scored an unbeaten 6.5/7 to earn his second Gold after winning Silver in Rapid and Gold in Classical format. He finished a half point ahead of the field. Ethan won a team Silver along with Md. Reyan (1641) and Goutham Krishna H (1804).

Under-12 Open Blitz (L to R) - 2nd Vuong Tung Lam Nguyen (VIE) 6/7, 1st Ethan Vaz 6.5/7 and 3rd Arshia Mohammadian Sechani (IRI) 6/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-12 Open Blitz Team (L to R) - 2nd India 15.5/21, 1st Vietnam 16.5/21 and 3rd Indonesia 13/21 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NamesexFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
15
AIMVaz EthanIND19596,50627,521,5265,55,070,43208,6
210
Nguyen Vuong Tung LamVIE17476153023,53763,012,992059,8
31
Mohammadian Sechani ArshiaIRI206460628,522,53766,20-0,2040-8

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Under-14 Girls - Silver

Mrittika Mallick (1779) scored 5.5/7 to finish second on tie-breaks. Shafira Devi Herfesa (INA, 1271) was placed third according to tie-breaks. This is Mrittika's second medal at this event after she won Bronze in the Classical format.

Under-14 Girls Blitz (L to R) - 2nd Mrittika Mallick 5.5/7, 1st Binh Vy Nguyen (VIE) 6/7 and 3rd Shafira Devi Herfesa (INA) 5.5/7 | Photo: Official site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
114
Nguyen Binh VyVIE14166052923,5354,51,622,882057,6
23
Mrittika MallickIND17795,50528,522,5264,55,32-0,8220-16,4
326
Herfesa Shafira DeviINA12715,5052822275,51,144,362087,2

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Under-18 Girls - Gold

WFM Bhagyashree Patil (1797) scored 6/7 and finished a full point ahead to clinch her second Gold of the event. Earlier, she won Gold in the Rapid event. She also won a team Gold medal along with Rindhiya V (1972) and Kanishka S (1737).

Under-18 Girls Blitz (L to R) - 2nd WIM Zeinep Sultanbek (KAZ) 5/7, 1st WFM Bhagyashree Patil 6/7 and 3rd Cecilia Natalie Liuviann (INA) 5/7 | Photo: Official site

Under-18 Girls Blitz Team (L to R) - 2nd India 12.5/21, 1st Vietnam 14.5/21 and 3rd Indonesia 12/21 | Photo: Offical site

Final standings

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgPts. TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4  TB5 nwwew-weKrtg+/-
18
WFMBhagyashree PatilIND179760627,522,52763,382,622052,4
26
WIMSultanbek ZeinepKAZ183150528221753,661,342026,8
314
Liuviann Cecilia NatalieINA171850527,521,52752,442,562051,2

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Head of the delegates and Coach of the Indian team - IM FT FA Neeraj Kumar Mishra | Photo: Official site

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