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On October 13-22, 2022, the Asian Youth Chess Championship was held successfully in Bali, Indonesia
On October 13-22, 2022, the Asian Youth Chess Championship was held successfully in Bali, Indonesia, which was participated by 462 teenage chess athletes from 20 Asian countries. From Mongolia, 36 teenage chess athletes, led by E. Gurvanbaatar, the president of the Mongolian Chess Federation, and Ch. Battuvshin, the secretary of the Board of Directors of the Mongolian Chess Federation, participated and won 25 medals including 8 individual (2 Gold, 5 Silver, 1 Bronze), and 17 team medals (1 Gold, 9 Silver, 7 Bronze) at Asian Youth Chess Championships 2022. Khuslen Erdenebayar, School No. 52, "Khan-Altai" club, became the 10th Mongolian chess player to win the title of Asian champion in the standard or classical category and qualified for the title of master of the World Chess Federation. An athlete from Govisümber Province, "Monchess" academy, Margad Munkhpurev, brought the 36th medal of the Asian Championship in the standard category.