Liudmila Belavenets

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Liudmila Belavenets (or Lyudmila Belavenets, Russian: Людмила Сергеевна Белавенец; born June 7, 1940, in Moscow) is a Russian woman International Correspondence Chess Grandmaster,[1] the fourth ICCF Women's World Champion in correspondence chess (1984–1992). Moreover, she is a Woman International Master in the over the board chess. She won in 1975 the Women's Soviet Chess Championship. In 2010, she was awarded the title of FIDE Senior Trainer.

She is the daughter of Russian chess master Sergey Belavenets.

Preceded by
Ljuba Kristol
Women's World Correspondence Chess Champion
1984–1992 [2]
Succeeded by
Ljuba Kristol

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