Class Three Student Wins Gold At Western Asian Youth Chess Championship

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Class Three Student Tashna Agarwal Wins Gold At Western Asian Youth Chess Championship

Tashna Agarwal bagged the Girl Candidate Grasp (WCM) title within the championship. © AFP

Tashna Agarwal, a category three scholar, gained a Gold and a Bronze medal in several rounds in Beneath-Eight ladies’ group of the lately concluded Western Asian Youth chess championship in New Delhi. The eight-day championship witnessed participation of gamers from 10 Asian nations together with the United Arab Emirates, Nepal and Sri Lanka, amongst others. Tashna bagged the Girl Candidate Grasp (WCM) title within the championship. 

She defeated the gamers from United Arab Emirates, Nepal and Sri Lanka within the classical spherical and bagged the gold medal. She additionally defeated gamers from Kazakhstan and UAE within the fast spherical, the place she gained the bronze medal.

Tashna, a scholar of Shiv Nadar Faculty, Noida, had gained a bronze medal within the Commonwealth Chess Championship in July 2019 in Delhi.

Over the previous few years, Indian chess has skilled a increase when it comes to younger expertise. 

With younger chess gamers like R Praggnanandha, Nihal Sarin, Vantika Agrawal, Priyanka Nutakki, Divya Deshmukh and now, Tashna Agarwal, India may hope of turning into a chess superpower sooner or later.  


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