at Liverpool, 2008
|Full name||Sergei Tiviakov|
February 14, 1973 |
Krasnodar, Soviet Union
|FIDE rating||2641 (June 2015)
(No. 70 in the January 2012 FIDE World Rankings)
|Peak rating||2699 (October 2005)|
His first Olympiad appearance was for Russia at the Moscow event in 1994, when he took home a gold medal in celebration of the team's winning performance. He played for the Dutch team at each of the events held from 2000–2006, with an overall record of +14 −2 =33 (62.2%).
At the European Team Chess Championships, he has earned three gold medals (two team and one individual) for his contribution to the successful Dutch teams of 2001 (León) and 2005 (Gothenburg). At León, he registered a 77.8% score.
He was awarded the Grandmaster title in 1991.
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