Liudmila Belavenets

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Belavenets in 2011

Liudmila Sergeyevna Belavenets (also spelled Lyudmila Sergeevna Belavenets; Russian: Людмила Сергеевна Белавенец; born June 7, 1940) is a Russian chess player. In correspondence chess, she is the fourth women's world champion (1984–1992)[1] and was awarded the titles of Lady Grandmaster and International Master in 1991.[2] In over-the-board chess, Belavenets won the Women's Soviet Chess Championship in 1975 and was awarded the title of Woman International Master by FIDE in 1977.[3] In 2010, she was awarded also the title of FIDE Senior Trainer.

Born in Moscow, she is the daughter of Russian chess master Sergey Belavenets.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ 4. Ladies World Championship Final crosstable. ICCF.
  2. ^ Belavenets, Lyudmila Sergeevna profile at ICCF
  3. ^ Di Felice, Gino (2017-11-22). Chess International Titleholders, 1950-2016. McFarland. p. 32. ISBN 9781476671321.
Preceded by
Ljuba Kristol
Women's World Correspondence Chess Champion
1984–1992
Succeeded by
Ljuba Kristol