Salvadoran Chess Championship

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The chess championship of El Salvador is organized by the Salvadoran Chess Federation (Spanish: Federación Salvadoreña de Ajedrez), and was first held in 1946. FIDE Master Boris Pineda [Wikidata] has won the title a record eight times. A separate Salvadoran Women's Chess Championship has also been held annually since 1993.

National championship winners[edit]

Year National champion[1]
1946 Antonio Salazar
1947 Antonio González
1952 Juan Serrano
1954 Benjamin Oliva
1955 Juan Serrano
1958 Benjamin Oliva
1959 Donato Pineda
1960 Donato Pineda
1961 Benjamin Oliva
1962 Juan Serrano
1963 Helios Quintanilla
1964 Jaime Soley
1965 Juan Serrano
1966 Atilio Mojica
1967 Benjamín Rojas
1968 Benjamín Rojas
1969 Atilio Mojica
1970 Leonardo Mena
1971 Antonio Grimaldi
1972 Atilio Mojica
1973 Antonio Grimaldi
1974 René Grimaldi
1975 Boris Pineda [Wikidata]
1976 Boris Pineda
1977 Boris Pineda
1978 René Grimaldi
1979 Manuel Velásquez
1980 Manuel Velásquez
1982 Salvador Infante [Wikidata]
1984 Eduardo Vásquez
1985 Salvador Infante
1987 René Grimaldi
1989 René Grimaldi
1990 Roberto Camacho
1991 Boris Pineda
1992 Boris Pineda
1994 Salvador Infante
1995 Salvador Infante
1996 Boris Pineda
1997 Roberto Camacho
1998 Boris Pineda
1999 Héctor Leyva [Wikidata]
2000 Héctor Leyva
2001 Lemnys Arias
2002 Carlos Burgos
2003 Boris Pineda
2004 Carlos Burgos
2005 Héctor Leyva
2006 Lemnys Arias
2007 Lemnys Arias[2]
2008 Héctor Leyva[3]
2009 Héctor Leyva[3]
2010 Héctor Leyva[4]
2011 Oscar Velásquez[5]
2012 Gustavo Aguilar[6]
2013 Daniel Arias[7]
2014 Carlos Burgos[8]
2015 Carlos Burgos[9]
2016 Ricardo Chávez[10]
2017 Jorge Giron[11]
2018 Lemnys Arias[12]

Women's championship winners[edit]

Year Women's champion[1]
1993 Reyna Chávez
1994 Brenda Cienfuegos
1995 Brenda Cienfuegos
1996 Brenda Cienfuegos
1997 Sonia Zepeda [Wikidata]
1998 Sonia Zepeda
1999 Sonia Zepeda
2000 Sonia Zepeda
2001 Lorena Zepeda
2002 Lorena Zepeda
2003 Nayda Avalos
2004 Lorena Zepeda
2005 Lorena Zepeda
2006 Lorena Zepeda
2007 Lorena Zepeda[13]
2008 Ada Castañeda, Gabriela Avelar[14]
2009 Sonia Zepeda, Lorena Zepeda[15]
2010 Marcela Aguilar[16]
2011 Bera Hernandez[17]
2012 Gabriela Avelar[18]
2013 Ingrid Sanchez[19]
2014 Ingrid Sanchez[19]
2015 Ingrid Sanchez[19]
2016 Marjorie Herrera[20]
2017 Judith Santos[21]
2018 Andrea Ortez[22]

References[edit]

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