World Youth Chess Championships continue in Romania
Among boys under 14 years old, Ilamparthi from India and Seemann from Poland share 1-2 places with 7.5 out of 9 each. 4 participants are half a point behind.
Among girls under 14, Nurgaliyeva from Kazakhstan is ahead with 7.5 points. Half a point behind Shvedova, who competes under the FIDE flag, Vasiljeva from Latvia and Amulya from India.
In boys under 16, the representative of Armenia Ohanyan and India – Pranav, who scored 7.5 points each, are in the lead. The Frenchmen Razafindratsima and Droin scored 7 points each.
Girls under 16 are ahead of Munkhzul from Mongolia with a score of 8 points, Nurmanova from Kazakhstan, Nguyen Hong Nhung from Vietnam and Mikheeva, who competes under the FIDE flag, are one point behind.
Among the older boys (under 18), Canadian Rodrigue-Lemieux is in first place with a score of 7.5 points, Antonica from Romania has 7, a group of seven pursuers is still half a point behind.
Among the girls under 18, the representative of Armenia Mkrtchyan is in the lead with 100% result, 2 points behind Kurmangaliyeva from Kazakhstan and Wikar from Poland. There are two final rounds ahead.