Saturday, June 22, 2024

Rawda Al Sargal: My next goal is the Asian title of “Women Chess Professionals”.


Asian Amateur Chess Champion Rawda Al Sergal confirmed that winning the women’s title strengthens her ambition to compete in the Yellow Continent Professional Women’s Championship, stressing that her next goal is to win the women’s professional title in Asia and compete in the World Championship.

Rawda Al Sargal won gold in the under 2000 points category, while her teammate Wafia Darwish won silver in the same category and Maryam Isa bronze in the under 1700 points category. Rawda Al Sargal told Emirates Today: “I entered the Asian Championship and my ambition was to win the title, which I could not achieve in the last edition after I finished second, and because the tournament was hosted by the Emirates, N. The motivation to win the title was high and I am very happy that I was able to do it and I am happy that two of my colleagues won medals in the tournament, which reflects the growth of the Emirates and the game despite the famous players from other teams, the ability of the women players to compete with the brilliant players from the Yellow Continent.

He pointed to the great efforts of the technical and administrative bodies in the national team, the interest of the board of directors of the federation to improve the technical level of male and female players, and the important role of clubs with the football federation. Skilled technical personnel, organizing competitions, camps and external participations have had a major impact in achieving this special status.

The Asian Individual Amateur Chess Championship concluded the day before yesterday, the award ceremony and closing ceremonies were attended by Hisham Al-Tahar, Secretary General of the Asian Federation, and Abdul Karim Al-Marsouki, Secretary General of the United Arab Emirates Federation. , and many other authorities. In the women’s under 2,000 points category, Rawda Al Sargal topped the list with eight points from nine rounds. National team player Wafia Darwish was second with 6.5 points and Iran’s Raheel Kayani was third with the same points. In the under 1,700 points category, Sri Lanka’s Desanti Thansa took first place, Uzbek Mansurova took second place, while United Arab Emirates national team player Mariam Isa took third place and bronze medal. In the men’s category under 2000 points, India’s Kumaresh won, while his compatriot Sham was second and Uzbekistan’s Ravil Barkhan was third. In the under 1,700 points category, German Santiago of the Philippines was ranked first, Sri Lanka’s Ovin Wethmal tied for second and India’s Anshukar Pathak tied for the medal.

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• Three female players excelled in the national team during the Asian Championships, Rawda Al Sergal won gold, Wafia Darwish won silver, and Mariam Issa won bronze.

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