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Aleksandra Maltsevskaya (Russian: Александра Мальцевская; born 5 July 2002) is a Russian Woman Grandmaster (WGM) (2018).

Aleksandra Maltsevskaya
CountryRussia
Born (2002-07-05) 5 July 2002 (age 17)
TitleWoman Grandmaster (WGM) (2018)

BiographyEdit

Aleksandra Maltsevskaya was Rostov-on-Don chess school schoolgirl.[1] In 2015, she won Russian Youth Chess Championship in the U15 girls age group.[2]

In the 2000s Aleksandra Maltsevskaya repeatedly represented Russia at the European Youth Chess Championships and World Youth Chess Championships in different age groups, where won six medals: gold (in 2016, at the European Youth Chess Championship in the U14 girls age group[3]), two silver (in 2015, at the European Youth Chess Championship in the U14 girls age group,[4] and in 2016, at the World Youth Chess Championship in the U14 girls age group[5]) and two bronze (in 2012, at the World Youth Chess Championship in the U10 girls age group,[6] and in 2017, at the World Youth Chess Championship in the U16 girls age group[7]). In 2013, she won silver medal in World School Chess Championship in the U11 girls age group.[8]

In 2018, in Gebze Aleksandra Maltsevskaya won World Girls U-20 Championship and awarded the FIDE Women Grandmaster (WGM) title.[9][10]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Александра Мальцевская стала чемпионкой Европы". Archived from the original on 2019-01-17. Retrieved 2019-05-12.
  2. ^ "Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com - Первенство России 2015 года по шахматам среди девушек до 15 лет". chess-results.com.
  3. ^ "Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com - European Youth Chess Championship G14". chess-results.com.
  4. ^ "Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com - 25th European Youth Chess Championship 2015 U14 - Girls". chess-results.com.
  5. ^ "Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com - World Youth Chess Championships 2016 G14". chess-results.com.
  6. ^ "Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com - World Youth Championships 2012 - U10 Girls". chess-results.com.
  7. ^ "Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com - World Youth Chess Championship 2017". chess-results.com.
  8. ^ "Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com - World School Chess Championships 2013". chess-results.com.
  9. ^ "FIDE World Junior Chess Championships 2018 - Girls October 2018 Turkey FIDE Chess Tournament details". ratings.fide.com.
  10. ^ "Maghsoodloo and Maltsevskaya are World Junior Champions 2018". Chess News. 16 September 2018.

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