B.Munguntuul seizes silver at 13th World University Chess Championship

Trans. by B.TUNGALAG

The 13th World University Chess Championship took place in Katowice, Poland from August 17 to 24.
The Mongolian team included member of Aldar sports committee and Grandmaster Ts.Batchuluun, International Master G.Munkhgal, Sports Master B.Galmandakh, Grandmaster B.Mungultuul, and Grandmaster A.Enkhtuul.
Grandmaster B.Mungultuulwon a silver medal, with six points, in the World Chess Championship.
Polish chess master Klaudia Kulon won the women’s competition, followed by B.Munguntuul and Chinese player Ding Yixin.
B.Munguntuul previously won a gold medal in 2010, a bronze medal in 2008 from the World Student Championships.
Grandmaster A.Enkhtuul placed 22th in the women’s category, with 3.5 points.
In the men’s competition, Grandmaster Ts.Batchuluun placed fifth, with six points, International Master G.Munkhgal stood at 18th, with five points, and Sports Master B.Galmandakh took 30th place with four points.

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