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Re: PARIMARJAN NEGI, GRAND MASTER OF UTTARAKHAND ORIGIN
« Reply #20 on: January 24, 2013, 11:00:38 PM »
Year-2005-

02 Major Achievements & Titles

Dec 2005 - Completed the International Master Title at Hastings Master Chess Congress on 31st December
2005

Oct 2005 - Achieved Fourth International Master Norm at Essent Chess Tournament, Hoogeveens, the
Netherlands.

2005 Achieved third and final International Master Norm at Sort Open in Spain

2005 Achieved Second International Master Norm in Dubai Open Tournament

2004 Best Sub Junior Award in 37th Biel International Chess Festival.

2003 Youngest ever in the country to get an International Master’s norm at Bad Wissee International
Tournament at Germany




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Re: PARIMARJAN NEGI, GRAND MASTER OF UTTARAKHAND ORIGIN
« Reply #21 on: January 24, 2013, 11:01:57 PM »
Medals
International


Gold - Asian Individual Chess Championship 2012, Asian Team Chess Championship 2009 in December 2009 inKolkata, Commonwealth Championship 2007 (Under-16), December 2007 in India,

Commonwealth Championship 2003 (Under-10), April 2003 in India, Asian Youth Chess Championship 2002 (Under -10), April 2002 in Iran

Silver Asian Team Championship 2012, World Junior (Under-20) Chess Championship, August 2008 in Turkey
Commonwealth Championship 2004 (Under-14), April 2003 in India

Bronze Asian Indoor Games 2009 in Vietnam in November 2009, World Youth Championship 2004(Under-12),
November 2004 in Greece

Asian Youth Championship 2003(Under-10), May 2003 in India


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Re: PARIMARJAN NEGI, GRAND MASTER OF UTTARAKHAND ORIGIN
« Reply #22 on: January 24, 2013, 11:03:07 PM »
National

Gold

National Premier Chess Champion 2010
National Sub-Junior (Under- 16) Championship 2004 (National record)
National (Under-11) Championship 2003
National (Under- 9) Championship 2002

Silver National (Under- 7) Championship 2000

National ‘B’ Chess Championship 2008


Bronze National ‘A’ Chess Championship 2008, in December 2008 in Manglore

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Re: PARIMARJAN NEGI, GRAND MASTER OF UTTARAKHAND ORIGIN
« Reply #23 on: January 24, 2013, 11:05:29 PM »
Awards/ Scholarships:

2007 - “Rajiv Gandhi State Sports Award 2007” for Best Sports person of Delhi state for the year

2005 - “Meri Dilli Awards 2005” for Best Sports person of the year 2005.

2005 - Selected for POGO “amazing kid award 2005” by Pogo TV channel
Awarded “Talent Search & Training” from Sports Authority of India in 2005& 2006
Received number of Sports awards & Scholarships from time to time from various organizations (Air India,
Indian Airlines, Oil & Natural Gas Commission (ONGC), Steel Authority of India (SAIL), and Airports
Authority of India (AAI))

2005-2008  - Sponsored by TATA Tea & TATA Coffee Ltd.

2006/0/08/10 “NSDF scheme of Govt. of India” by Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports.





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Re: PARIMARJAN NEGI, GRAND MASTER OF UTTARAKHAND ORIGIN
« Reply #24 on: January 29, 2013, 08:18:07 AM »
Tribune News Service
Dehradun, January 27


 The state Congress has suggested making Chess Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi the brand ambassador of Uttarakhand. Addressing Parimarjan’s felicitation programme organised by the Garhwal Chess Promotional Society here today, state Congress vice-president Suryakant Dhasmana said he would be taking up the matter with the state government for making Parimarjan Negi the brand ambassador of Uttarakhand. He said Parimarjan, who hails from Gairsain, had brought fame to the state.

Dhasmana said Parimarjan’s success in chess would make many more take up the brain game in Uttarakhand, making it a popular game. He also said a grand felicitation ceremony would be held for Parimarjan in the state before he proceeded for the World Chess Championship.
The Principal of DAV (PG) College, Dr Devendra Bhasin, said he himself had been an ardent chess player and was pleased to see Parimarjan’s success. He said Parimarjan’s numerous achievements at a young age were a matter of pride. He said DAV (PG) College was the chess champion in the Garhwal university.
Parimarjan’s coach DS Negi said he was following Parimarjan performances for long and was hopeful of better performances in times to come.
General secretary of the Garhwal Chess Promotional Society Surya Prakash Pokhriyal said the society was commitment to promote chess in the state. He said Parimarjan’s success would encourage the game of chess in the state.
Earlier, Dhasmana and Dr Bhasin jointly felicitated Parimarjan by offering him a shawl and a memento.
Parimarjan, on the occasion, also played chess with Vinay Raj Bhatt, state’s number one chess player.
Joint secretary of the Garhwal Chess Promotional Society Rajan Sood, alongwith several chess enthusiasts, were present on the occasion.


http://www.tribuneindia.com/2013/20130128/dun.htm#6

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Re: PARIMARJAN NEGI, GRAND MASTER OF UTTARAKHAND ORIGIN
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Sharing first place in the Spring FIDE Open, visiting Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi receives a trophy from Jim Stallings, UT Dallas chess program director.




Sharing first place in the Spring FIDE Open, visiting Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi receives a trophy from Jim Stallings, UT Dallas chess program director. With the season’s biggest tournament on the horizon, the UT Dallas chess team has been working on its quest to claim the top spot in college chess next month.
Over spring break, the team played in two tournaments and faced a pool of international competition to prepare for what’s considered the “Final Four” of chess, also known as the President’s Cup.
“Spring break usually means a time to rest, but for the team it provided a time to focus and train. We finished second at the Final Four last year. Hopefully our hard work and training will help us get back to the top,” said Jim Stallings, the chess program director.
Last year’s tournament marked UT Dallas’ 12th consecutive appearance in the President’s Cup. The University’s team has competed in each Final Four since its inception in 2001, winning or tying for first place five times. UT Dallas last won in 2008.
“I think winning it (the FInal Four) this year would be really special because it’s my last Final Four and it’s been part of my dream as a chess player to lift the President's Cup with the UT Dallas team.”
Grandmaster
Julio Sadorra
“I'm excited to play with my teammates in the Final Four again. Our previous two appearances at this tournament may have been disappointing, as we lost both times by a half point, but it definitely pushed me and my teammates to improve our competitive level,” said UT Dallas chess team member and Grandmaster Julio Sadorra. “I think winning it this year would be really special because it’s my last Final Four and it’s been part of my dream as a chess player to lift the President's Cup with the UT Dallas team.” In preparation during spring break, UT Dallas hosted the Spring Blitz Tournament at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science on March 8. The tournament featured lightning-fast matches between more than 40 players. After four rounds, the two top players were UT Dallas sophomore Conrad Holt and alumni Alejandro Ramirez BA ’09, MFA ‘11. The two Grandmasters – Grandmaster, or GM, is the highest chess ranking possible – squared off in the fifth and final round for the first place trophy.
The players traded pieces with rapid pace and punched clocks, making sure they didn’t run out of time. After a few short minutes, the play slowed and Holt and Ramirez quietly agreed to a draw, shaking hands. The draw secured the championship for Ramirez, as he finished with the most points.
“I was happy to see former students play against current students. It was a fun homecoming in some ways. Alejandro and Conrad are both strong players, so the final match was exciting to watch.”
Rade Milovanovic,
UT Dallas Chess Coach
“I was happy to see former students play against current students. It was a fun homecoming in some ways. Alejandro and Conrad are both strong players, so the final match was exciting to watch,” said UT Dallas coach Rade Milovanovic.
From March 9 to 13, the UT Dallas chess team continued training during the Spring FIDE Open Underwritten by Turner Construction.

Forty-three players competed in the tournament, including visiting Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi, who is ranked fourth in India. Negi led the first six rounds of the tournament after facing UT Dallas students Milos Pavlovic and Salvijus Bercys, who are both International Masters.

In round seven, Sadorra defeated Negi and they became co-leaders, tied with overall points.  The two would finish the tournament tied for first.

“Grandmaster Negi proved to be a formidable opponent and gave our team a real challenge. It was very beneficial for us to play at such a high level before the Final Four,” added Stallings.

UT Dallas will compete in the President’s Cup on April 6-7. The event will be in Washington, D.C, and will feature UT Dallas’ team, as well as those from Webster University, The University of Maryland, Baltimore County and The University of Illinois.

Before that competition, students are invited to join Temoc, the Pep Band, and the UT Dallas cheerleaders to send the team off with a pep rally Wednesday, April 3 at 12:15 p.m. in the Student Union.http://www.utdallas.edu/

 

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