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Kazakhstan Women Shines – Bronze at Asian Games 2023

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Updated On: 11 Oct 2023

Kazakhstan Women Shines – Bronze at Asian Games 2023

The women’s section of the 2023 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, marked an impressive display of power and conviction. The team from Chinese showered victorious, showcasing their excellent skills, and the Indian Women’s Team also displayed their powers on the chessboard. 

It was the Kazakhstani women, who captured everyone’s eye by securing an unexpected third place. Their impressive performance exceeded expectations, defeating the Uzbekistan team and claiming the Bronze medal. This achievement filled the hearts of pride for Kazakhstan’s women’s chess community. 

The Kazakhstani Chess community couldn’t control their joy and released a statement expressing their pride in the team’s achievement. It is a witness to the hard work, dedication, and strength of the women. 

The notable achievement not only brings victory to the chess community but also motivates the upcoming chess players across the nation. In the exciting ninth round of the chess tournament at the 2023 Asian Games, the Kazakhstani chess team showcased their skills and won a remarkable victory over the Uzbekistan team. With a great score of 3:1, they bagged themselves a well-deserved bronze medal. 

Their unique plan to work together as a team joined with their unique talents, shoved them to this historic achievement. They have not only marked their victory by this but also brought pride to Kazakhstani. 

The Kazakhstani women’s chess team including Bibisara Assaubayeva, Meruert Kamalidenova, Zhansaya Abdymalik, Dinara Saduakassova, and Alua Nurmanova, stick in months of hard work and preparation for the 19th Asian Games. Their interest and dedication paid off with an outstanding performance, securing six victories, one draw, and only two losses. This notable record led to their well-deserved success, securing Bronze medals.     

This success of the women’s chess team of Kazakhstan is really a notable thing and fills the whole nation with immeasurable pride. Their achievement at the 19th Asian Games held in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, from September 23 to October 8. By showing their skills Kazakhstan is proficient in winning great sporting victories. Their names will forever be inked in the history of national sports.

Kazakhstan Women’s in Chess  

Bibisara Assaubayeva 

Kazakh Chess Playerborn on 26 February 2004, holds the titles of International Master and Woman Grandmaster and ruled two times as a Women’s World Blitz Chess Champion. She received the award for the best Outstanding Female Chess Player of 2021 in Asia by FIDE. And entered the Guinness World Records Book in 2020 for the success of the youngest women’s world Blitz chess champion. 

Zhansaya Abdymalik 

The first women chess player from Kazakhstan born on 12 January 2000 earned the title of Grandmaster at the age of 14 and she is the 39th woman overall to earn the Grandmaster title. She started playing chess at the age of 5. She also had the title of International Master at the age of 16. Abdymalik directly awarded the women FIDE Master. She got the World Junior Champion Grandmaster Title in 2017-2021.

Meruert Kamalidenova

Kazakhstani player Meruert born on 3 August 2005, is considered the winner of the World Youth Chess Championship winner in 2019. She holds the title of Woman Grandmaster in the 2nd FIDE Council, Woman International Grandmaster in the 2nd FIDE Council, Woman FIDE Master in 2017, and Woman Candidate Master in 2015. 

Dianara Saduakassova 

National Ambassador Dianara Saduakassova for the United Nations Children’s Fund on 17 November 2017 was born on 31 October 1996. She holds the FIDE title of International Master in 2017 and Woman Grandmaster in 2012.

Alua Nurmanova

She was born in the year 2007 and earned the title of Woman International Master in 2022 and won the silver medal in the World Women’s Team Chess Championship in the year 2023.   

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