Teams Gear Up For World Chess Olympiad

May 30, 2024 | 2 Comments

Bermuda’s chess community announced the teams for the World Chess Olympiad 2024, to be held in Budapest from September 10-23.

A spokesperson said, “Bermuda’s chess community is abuzz with excitement as the island nation proudly announces its teams for the World Chess Olympiad 2024, to be held in Budapest from September 10-23. This year marks a special milestone, celebrating 100 years since the founding of FIDE, the world chess federation, adding a historic resonance to the prestigious competition.

World Chess Olympiad 2024

Meet the Teams:

Open Team:

  • Serguei Gontcharov
  • Sami Lill
  • Don Dacres
  • Nathan Dennis
  • Dimitri Gontcharov

Captain: Grandmaster Andrei Maksimenko

Women’s Team:

  • Zuzana Kovacova
  • Shiela Cancino
  • Yasmin Flanagan
  • Kaelyn Fleming
  • Olga Gontcharova

Captain: Women Grandmaster Aleksandra Dimitrijevic

Head of Delegation: Nigel Freeman

Delegate: Andrew Marshall-Harris

“Notably, Kaelyn Fleming and Nathan Dennis will be making their Olympiad debut, bringing fresh talent and enthusiasm to the teams. Kaelyn is a head student at BHS.”

“We are immensely proud of our players who exemplify dedication, strategic brilliance, and the spirit of competition,” said Nigel Freeman, Head of Delegation. “Competing in Budapest during FIDE’s centenary is a monumental honor, and we are ready to showcase Bermuda’s chess prowess on the world stage.”

The spokesperson said, “Under the expert guidance of Grandmaster Maksimenko and Women Grandmaster Dimitrijevic, both teams have been rigorously preparing for the Olympiad. Their participation symbolizes not just personal achievement, but the collective progress of Bermuda’s chess community.

“Join us in cheering for Bermuda as we aim for excellence at the World Chess Olympiad 2024. Let’s make history together! The team is sponsored by Goslings.”

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  1. Sandy44 says:

    Good luck to all the chessmasters!

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