All-Girls Champs Win Awards From Kasparov

Chicago – When Anupama Rajendra won first place in the All-Girls Nationals last year at age 11, she made history by becoming the youngest girl ever to win the tournament. This past weekend, Anupama, now 12, made history at the All-Girls again by winning first place in the tournament’s newly-added Under 20 Section. The victory — which she captured with three wins, two draws and a one-point bye — gives Anupama the rare distinction of being two-time champion in the decade-old tournament.

All Girls Nationals top team, K-8 went to Dalton. pictured here with Garry Kasparov and their coach.

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