Anna Warakomska

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Anna Warakomska
Anna Warakomska 2014.jpg
Anna Warakomska in 2014
CountryPoland
Born (1992-09-03) 3 September 1992 (age 27)
Suwałki, Poland
TitleWoman International Master (WIM) (2015)
FIDE rating2212[1]

Anna Warakomska (born 3 September 1992) is a Polish Woman International Master (WIM) (2015).

Biography[edit]

Anna Warakomska many times participated in the Polish Youth Chess Championships in different girls' age groups, where won six medals: gold (2009 - U18), three silver (2002 - U10, 2004 - U12,[2] 2010 - U18) and bronze (2008 - U16). She also won three medals in Polish Youth Fast Chess Championships in different girls' age groups: gold (2006 - U14), silver (2004 - U12) and bronze (2005 - U14). In 2006, she ranked 4th in European Youth Chess Championship in girls U14 age group.[3]

In 2008, in Kraków Anna Warakomska won a bronze medal in Polish Women's Chess Championship.[4] In 2014, in Bydgoszcz she won bronze medal in Polish Women's Blitz Chess Championship. In 2016, Anna Warakomska won a bronze medal at the Academic Women's World Championship in Abu Dhabi. In 2018, in Warsaw she shared 1st-2nd place with Jolanta Zawadzka in Polish Women's Chess Championship but lost additional match for champion's title.[5]

In 2015, she awarded the FIDE Women International Master (WIM) title.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Anna Warakomska is the youngest sister of the Polish Chess Grandmaster Tomasz Warakomski (born 1989.).

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://lichess.org/coach/awarakomska
  2. ^ "Mistrzostwa Polski Juniorów do  lat 10 i 12, Kołobrzeg 14-23.03.2004". www.szachy.lo.pl.
  3. ^ "The future of chess in Herceg Novi". Chess News. 22 September 2006.
  4. ^ "Mistrzostwa Polski Kobiet, Kraków 14-24.02.08". www.szachy.lo.pl.
  5. ^ "Duda wins his 1st Polish Championship". chess24.com.
  6. ^ "FIDE Title Applications (GM, IM, WGM, WIM, IA, FA, IO)". ratings.fide.com.

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