Anna Warakomska in 2014
|Born||3 September 1992|
|Title||Woman International Master (WIM) (2015)|
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, 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.
In 2008, in Kraków Anna Warakomska won a bronze medal in Polish Women's Chess Championship. 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.
In 2015, she awarded the FIDE Women International Master (WIM) title.
Anna Warakomska is the youngest sister of the Polish Chess Grandmaster Tomasz Warakomski (born 1989.).
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