|Full name||Svetlana Vladislavovna Matveeva|
|Country|| Soviet Union
July 4, 1969 |
Frunze, Kirghiz SSR, Soviet Union
|Peak rating||2502 (January 2004)|
She played for Kyrgyzstan at the 1992 Women's Chess Olympiad and represented Russia in five Women's Chess Olympiads, from 1994 to 2002, and in two Women's European Team Chess Championships, in 1997 and 2003. At the Chess Olympiads she won two team bronze medals, in 1996 and 2000, two team silver medals, in 1998 and 2002, and an individual bronze for her performance on board two in 2002. In the 2003 European Women's Team Chess Championship in Plovdiv, Matveeva took team bronze and two individual gold medals, for the best rating performance (2720) and for the best performance on board two (5½/6 points).
She took part in the Women's World Chess Championship 2000, where she was eliminated in the second round by the eventual winner, Xie Jun. Matveeva reached the second round again at the Women's World Chess Championship 2004, losing this time to Nataša Bojković.
Matveeva made it to the quartefinals in the Women's World Chess Championship 2006: she knocked out sequentially Irina Vasilievich, Karen Zapata, Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi, and Marie Sebag, then lost to the eventual winner, Xu Yuhua.
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