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French Junior Championships 2013 – Final Results

The 2013 edition of the French Junior Championships was played from April 28th until May 5th at Saint Paul Trois Chateux.

There were seven age categories both for boys and girls. All the groups were played with a time control of 90 minutes for the whole game and 30 seconds increments per move.

The championship finished on Sunday with a beautiful closing ceremony. Previously, an exciting round finished, full of unpredictable twists and turns.

The major of Saint-Paul-Trois Châteaux, Jean-Michel Catelinois, together with the FFE president Diego Salazar and other authorities, presented the winners and their prizes. At the end of the ceremony, the 2014 edition to be held in Montbéliard was announced.

Full list of winners below.

French Chess Federation website

Diego Salazar

French Chess Federation president Diego Salazar

The winners in each category:


1. Paul VELTEN (Cote Basque Echecs) 2. Borya IDER (Mulhouse) 3. James EDEN (Villejuif)


1. Lena ARMAS (Naujac) 2. Marine THURET (Montpellier) 3. Jade FLACHET (Sables d’Olonne)


1. Roudolf GRIGORIAN (Villejuif) 2. Pierre BARBOT (Sautron) 3. Quentin LOISEAU (Rueil Malmaison)


1. Andreea NAVROTESCU (St Lô) 2. Cyrielle MONPEURT (Metz Fischer) 3. Julie FISCHER (Bischwiller)


1. Guillaume LAMARD (Cannes) 2. Dorian MICOTTIS (Metz Fischer) 3. Yannick KAMBRATH (Clichy)


1. cécile HAUSSERNOT (Mulhouse) 2. Elise BELLAICHE (Villepinte) 3. Isabelle MALASSAGNE (Marseille Echecs)


1. Alexandre PIGEAT (Ste Foy) 2. Clément MEUNIER (Marseille Echecs) 3. Fahim MOHAMMAD (Créteil)


1. Mathilde CHUNG (Monaco) 2. Mathilde BROLY (Echiquier Toulousain) 3. Anais AZOUNI (Montreuil)


1. Thomas ARIZA (Bois-Colombes) 2. Quentin BURRY (Mulhouse) 3. Pierre-Basile COIFFAIT (Cannes)


1. Florence ROLLOT (Carcassonne) 2. Noëla-Joyce LOMANDONG (Monaco) 3. Shanti TOURE (Noisiel)


1. Marc-Antoine LOMANDONG (Monaco) 2. Jawad MAACHE (Montagne Noire) 3. Albert TOMASI (Ajaccio)


1. Bérenice DE TALANCE (Vandoeuvre) 2. Béline YUAN (Rouen) 3. Teodora GASPODARU (Stanislas échecs)


1. Wassel BOUSMAHA (Créteil) 2. Baptiste ROUX (Bastia) 3. Célian ACHARD-ROZAN (Laragne)


1. Sofia BELLAHCENE (Bischwiller) 2. Thao Nhi NGUYEN (Hyères) 3. Emma LE BIHAN (Guingamp)

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