European School Chess Championship winners

games festivalThe European School Chess Championship took place April 4th-11th in Greece as part of the Games Festival. Here are the medal winners of the event.

European school chess, open U7

Gold: Tarlabasi Emirhan (Turkey)
Silver: Grigorios Vardakas (Greece)
Bronze: Ioannis Ioannou (Greece)

European school chess, open U9

Gold: Asadli Vugar Afgan Oglu (Azerbaijan)
Silver: Hristos Anthopoulos (Greece)
Bronze: Ulker Tolga (Turkey)

European school chess, girls U9

Gold: Ayan Bengu Sena (Turkey)
Silver: Loukia Pramateftaki (Greece)
Bronze: Kamilya Zamalova (Russia)

European school chess, boys U11

Gold: Evgenios Ioannidis (Greece)
Silver: Sergey Drygalov (Russia)
Bronze: Sevgi Volkan (Turkey)

European school chess, girls U11

Gold: Irina Drogovoz (Russia)
Silver: Aksoy Ayca (Turkey)
Bronze: Stavroula Tsolakidou (Greece)

European school chess, open U13

Gold: Dastan Batuhan (Turkey)
Silver: CM Sanal Vahap (Turkey)
Bronze: Babazade Javidan Elnur Oglu (Azerbaijan)

European school chess, girls U13

Gold: Patel Yesim (Turkey)
Silver: Baghirova Khatin Mahammad Qizi (Azerbaijan)
Bronze: Elisavet Papathanasiou (Greece)

European school chess, Open U15

Gold: Pirverdiyev Aqil Kamran Oglu (Azerbaijan)
Silver: Mikhail Chernyuk (Russia)
Bronze: Emiroglu Cankut (Turkey)

European school chess, open U17

Gold: Javakhadze Zurab (Georgia)
Silver: Juhasz Kristof (Hungary)
Bronze: Darsavelidze Giga (Georgia)

European school chess, girls U17

Gold: Khalafova Narmin Ilgar Qizi (Azerbaijan)
Silver: WIM Kazimova Narmin Nizami Qizi (Azerbaijan)
Bronze: WIM Arabidze Meri (Georgia)

Country gold / silver / bronze

Turkey 4 / 2 / 3
Azerbaijan 3 / 2 / 1
Greece 1 / 3 / 3
Russia: 1 / 2 / 1
Georgia: 1 / 0 / 2