World Youth Delegation Set Print E-mail
September 20, 2010
The US delegation to the World Youth Championship (Halkidiki, Greece, October 19-31) is set. USCF National Educational consultant Jerry Nash said, "With 40 players and a total of 104 delegates, this has to be a US record for attendance at the World Youth! These players – and their families(!) - have worked hard throughout the year for this opportunity and I have no doubt that the experience they will gain from an event of this caliber will have an impact even beyond their chess endeavors in the years to come. " GMs John Fedorowicz (who will also report for Chess Life Magazine), Sam Palatnik and FIDE Senior Trainers Michael Khodarkovsky, IM Armen Ambartsoumiam and FM Aviv Friedman will coach and lead the team. 

Find out more including a pdf file of all pre-registered players and schedule on the official site, wycc2010.chessdom.com. Look for more details as the event approaches.

U8 Girls  

Annie Wang
Kaavya Ramesh
Emily Nguyen
Joanna Liu
U10 Girls   

Devina Devagharan
Reve Singh
Nicole Zlotchevsky
Samritha Palakollu
U12 Girls  

Simone Liao
Alice Dong
Apurva Virkud
Mariya Oreshko
Margaret Hua
U14 Girls   

Sarah Chiang
Jessica Regam
Claudia Munoz
U16 Girls  

Anna Matlin
U18 Girls  

Anjali Datta
U8 Boys  

Aravind Kumar
Awonder Liang
Rayan Taghizadeh
Praveen Balakrishnan
U10 Boys 

Samuel Sevian
Tommy He
Jeffery Xiong
Jonathan Chiang
Vignesh Panchanatham
Cameron Wheeler
U12 Boys  

Kayden Troff 
Christopher Wu
Joshua Colas
Kapil Chandran
Dachey Lim
Justus Williams
Kesav Viswanadha
Allan Beilin
U14 Boys  

David Adelberg
Atulya Shetty
U18 Boys  

Steve Zierk
Jeffrey Haskel
 
Advertisement

September - Chess Life Online 2010

Howard Stern Continues Support of Holly Heisman Memorial Fund USA Tops Bulgaria; Women Tie GreeceThe Great Gatsby Plays To Mate USA Draws China; Women Lose to Russia 2 No Change for FIDE: Kirsan WinsIrina Krush's Siberia Photo Gallery USA Ties with Poland; Women Defeat Armenia Olympiad Round Six: USA Defeats Vietnam, Women Falter to Georgia 2010 FIDE Election Update US Chess League Highlights: Week Five US Olympic Teams Prevail in Round Five US Chess School Call for Los Angeles Applicants Justus Williams Becomes Youngest African-American Master Ever2010 Chess Olympiad: First Impressions by John DonaldsonAn Unexpected Chess Adventure in Colombia CLO Wishes Spassky a Speedy RecoveryUSA Loses to Russia; Women Draw Hungary US Olympic Teams Convincing in Round Three Olympic Teams Victorious in Round Two Garden State Blues: GM Joel on the US Chess League US Olympic Teams Perfect in Round 1 John Hillery, 1952-2010Olympiad Begins with Grand Opening CeremonyOlympiad Opening Ceremony Live from Siberia! World Youth Delegation Set Lahno Wins World Women's Blitz Irina Krushing at the World Women's Blitz The US Chess Scoop on Magnus vs. the World US Class Champs Set for Oct 1-3 in Houston US Chess School Comes to Seattle, Part II Back to Scholastics: National Youth Action and K-12s Set for 2010Application Deadline Approaches for Schein-Friedman Scholastic Project Bent Larsen Dies at 75Magnus Faces World in G-Star RAW Chess Challenge GM Pascal Prevails in The Battle of the Border 2010 Labor Day Madness: Part III 2010 Labor Day Madness: Part II 2010 Labor Day Madness: Part I US Chess School Comes to Seattle, Part I Labor Day Chess Madness PreviewThe September Check is in the Mail Kamsky Wins Baku Open