The 2010 Youth Championships had 22 competitors aged from 6 to 19, with strengths from 1 kyu to 35 kyu. The library at Loughborough Grammar School served as a fine venue. Tian Ren Chen from
The 2010 Youth Championships had 22 competitors aged from 6 to 19, with strengths from 1 kyu to 35 kyu. The library at Loughborough Grammar School served as a fine venue. Tian-Ren Chen from Loughborough retained the youth championship with 5 straight wins including beating Aston's Mazhar Warraich. Prizes and places went to:
The Isle of Skye Go Club hosted their first tournament at the Tongadale Hotel in Portree. 32 players took part in the main event, consisting of a mix of locals players and players from Scotland, England and even Switzerland.
This document provides advice to BGA members arranging teaching events. It does not deal with One-to-One teaching; instead it concentrates on group teaching events in a face-to face context (i.e. not remotely over the internet).
Over the last year the BGA has been increasing the amount of resources it puts into teaching. We have run a number of teaching events, and are running a number of "introductory" events to youngsters, generally through the "gifted and talented" programme.
The Irish Rapid handicap tournament on the Friday evening before the 21st Irish Open ended in a four-way tie. After braking it, the winner was Edwin Brady from St Andrews. Second was Justyna Klezcar, third was Willem-Koen Pomstra and fourth Bernd Sambale.
All games played at handicap plus 1.
Congratulations to the UK representatives Anson Ng and Vanessa Wong!
This event took place in the ancient town of Sibiu in Romania. 48 under-16s and 75 under-12s took part.