international events in 2006

Click on the event name to link to any relevant website - no link normally means no website has yet been created for the event (ie the majority at this stage).




Chess Scotland status

World Events
World Senior Championship Arvier, Italy 11 to 22 September  
World Amateur Championship Tripoli June/July  
World Youth U16 Chess Olympiad Dogubeyazit, Agri, Turkey 5 to 13 August  
World Women's Championship Russia 10 to 27 March  
World Junior and Girls U20 Championships Yerevan, Armenia 2 to 17 October CS will enter a player
World Senior Team Championship No information    
Commonwealth Championships No information  


World Olympiad Turin, Italy 20 May to 5 June

Men: Jonathan Rowson, Paul Motwani, Colin McNab, John Shaw, Jacob Aagaard, Iain Gourlay

Women: Helen Milligan, Rosie Giulian, Amy Officer, Rhian Hughes

Captain: S Mannion, Chaperone: J Hughes

World Youth Championship No information




CS will review once venue known

World Individual School Championship Halkidiki, Greece 25 April to 2 May


World School Team Championship Pardubice, Czech Republic 13 to 19 July


European Events
European Team Championship No information    
European Individual Championship Turkey 4 to 16 April  
European Individual Woman's Championship Turkey 4 to 16 April  
European Youth Team Championship Balatonlelle, Hungary
11 to 20 July

Boys: Andrew Green Ivan Stokes Calum MacQueen Robbie Coleman Girls: Amy Officer Rhian Hughes Coach: Jacob Aagaard Chaperone: Donna Officer

European Women's Rapid Championship Znojmo, Czech 13 to 14 May Open - no CS action
European Blitz Championship Cannes, France 19 February  
European Amateur Championship Pardubice, Czech
22 to 29 July

European Youth Championship Herceg Novi, SCG 9 to 20 September CS will send a squad
European Youth Rapid Championships Herceg Novi, SCG 20 to 24 September  
European Seniors Championship Davos, Switzerland 5 to 13 August Open - no CS action
European Club Cup Fuegen, Austria 7 to 15 October  
European Rapid Chess Championship Probably Warsaw, Poland    
EU Youth Championships No information (though usually in Graz, Austria) Usually August CS will not send a squad but individuals may apply to go if they wish - e-mail Donna Officer
Glorney and Faber Cup junior tournaments No information  

CS is now playing in the Euopean Youth Team Championships instead

Tri-nation youth championships Haven Holidays, Craig Tara, Ayrshire 8 to 10 September

Chess Scotland will host

European Seniors Team Championship Dresden, Germany 18 to 25 February  
EU Championship No information    
Cappelle la Grande International Cappelle la Grande, France 18 to 25 February  
European Schools Team Championship Varna, Bulgaria 20 to 30 June  
European Schools Team Championships Varna, Bulgaria 20 to 28 June  
Quadrangular Team Tournament Liverpool, England December CS will enter U12 and U14 teams


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