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Valentina Golubenko and Ivan Saric young Croatian world chess champions
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  10/31/2008 | Sports , People , Awards | Unrated
Croatia chess superpower among young world masters! Part 2.



 
We obtained a nice gift from dr. Valery Golubenko exclusively for the readers of the CROWN: a series of nice photos of Ivan Šarić taken in Šibenik in 2007 during the European Youth Chess Championship, where Ivan won the title of European Champion for the age below 18 years. Many thanks!















Euroyouth 2007, Šibenik, Croatia

Ivan Šarić, Croatia, 1st place at Euroyouth 2007 in Šibenik in the category B18, i.e. below the age of 18 (World youth champion B18 in 2008).

Romain Edouard, France, 2nd place, B18 (European youth champion B16 in 2006, and World youth vicechampion B18 in 2007)


Aleksandr Rakhmanov, Russia, 3rd prize, B18

A young competitor in Šibenik at the age below 10 in full concentration.


Ulviyya Fataliyeva, a young lady from Azerbaijan (age: 11 years), competing at the European Youth Chess Championship in Šibenik, Croatia.


Forthcoming Croatian forces wearing T-shirts with the motive from the Croatian Coat of Arms, well suited with the chess board.

Playing chess in Šibenik, just a few meters from the seashore.


Map of the hotel complex near Šibenik where the competition was held.

Sunsets at Croatian coast are simply unforgettable.

 
No. FEDERATION INVITED & PERSONAL EXTRA PLAYERS HOTEL
    RIGHT PLAYERS    
1 ALBANIA 3   Vile Solaris
2 ARMENIA 12 8 Jakov
3 AUSTRIA 6   Jakov
4 AZERBAIJAN 10 11 Vile Solaris
5 BELARUS 11 1 Jakov
6 BELGIUM 6   Jakov
7 BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 7   Vile Solaris
8 BULGARIA 10 4 Jakov
9 CZECH REPUBLIC 11 11 Niko
10 DENMARK 5   Jakov
11 ENGLAND 8 1 Andrija
12 ESTONIA 8 6 Jakov
13 FINLAND 7 3 Andrija
14 FRANCE 12 19 Andrija
15 GEORGIA 15 1 Jakov
16 GERMANY 10 11 Jakov
17 GREECE 10 11 Jakov
18 HUNGARY 11 8 Jakov
19 ISLAND 3   Andrija
20 ISRAEL 8 6 Andrija
21 ITALY 10 13 Jakov
22 LATVIA 10 2 Jakov
23 LITHUANIA 10 3 Andrija
24 LUXEMBOURG 1   Andrija
25 MACEDONIA 9 4 Jakov
26 MOLDOVA 10 3 Jakov
27 MONTENEGRO 10   Vile Solaris
28 NETHERLANDS 9 2 Niko
29 NORWAY 8   Niko
30 POLAND 11 29 Andrija
31 PORTUGAL 5   Jakov
32 ROMANIA 13 18 Jakov
33 RUSSIA 17 79 Andrija
34 SCOTLAND 4   Niko
35 SLOVAKIA 10 8 Andrija
36 SLOVENIA 10 12 Andrija
37 SPAIN 10 22 Jakov
38 SERBIA 13 7 Vile Solaris
39 SWEDEN 7   Andrija
40 SWITZERLAND 5 5 Jakov
41 UKRAINE 14

+ 42 CROATIA

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