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Madelta Glenda crowned World Women’s Amateur Chess Champion

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Madelta Glenda crowned World Women’s Amateur Chess Champion

Madelta Glenda has been crowned the 2021 World Women’s Amateur Chess Champion U1700 after winning her final game in Rhodes, Greece.  She becomes the first Kenyan to win a world chess title.

Madelta Glenda on top of the world just moments after winning the 2021 World Women's Amateur Chess Championship that ended today.
Madelta Glenda on top of the world just moments after winning the 2021 World Women’s Amateur Chess Championship that ended today.

Madelta Glenda kept her cool and dismissed Mozah Al-Moaamari from the United Arab Emirates in the last and final round of the event.

Mozah AI-Mooamari v Madelta Glenda

Mozah Al-Moaamari from the United Arab Emirates (left) in the final game of the 2021 World Women's Amateur Chess Championship against winner Madelta Glenda World Champion.
Mozah Al-Moaamari from the United Arab Emirates (left) in the final game of the 2021 World Women’s Amateur Chess Championship against winner Madelta Glenda.

She wins Euro 600 for her efforts and free accommodation with full board provided from the Local Organizing Committee of next year’s edition.

Links

Round 1 report on the 2021 World Amateur Chess Championship.

WCM Joyce Ndirangu grabs the lead at the World Amateur Chess Championship.

Madelta Glenda grabs the lead at the 2021 World Amateur Chess Championship.

Madelta Glenda retains the lead at the 2021 World Amateur Chess Championship.

Official website of the 2021 World Amateur Chess Championship.

Open U1700 on chess-results.com

Women’s U1700 on chess-results.com

Open U2000 on chess-results.com

Open U2300 on chess-results.com