The winners of the World Youth Chess Championships were determined
In Romania, the world championships in the age groups under 14, 16 and 18 have ended. Among the boys under 14, Ilamparti from India won with 9.5 points out of 11. The second place was taken by the Pole Seemann (9), the third was the Kazakh Ansat (8.5).
Among girls under 14 Nurgaliyeva from Kazakhstan (9) took the first place, Peglau from Germany took the second place, and Shvedova, who competed under the FIDE flag, came third. Both have 8.5 points.
In boys under 16, Indian Pranav (9) excelled, Ukrainian Lutsko and Frenchman Droin were half a point behind, who took second and third places, respectively.
In the tournament for girls under 16, three participants scored 8.5 points at once. The first is Munkhzul from Mongolia, the second is Nguyen Hong Nhung from Vietnam, and the third is Van Foreest from the Netherlands.
Among boys under 18, the representative of Canada Rodrigue-Lemieux won with 9 points. In second place is Nogerbek from Kazakhstan, in third place is Fromm from Germany. Both scored 8 points.
Among girls under 18, showing 100% result, Mkrtchyan from Armenia became the champion. Allahverdiyeva from Azerbaijan is 2.5 points behind, Poland’s Wikar is 3 points behind.