Belgrade to host Chess Olympiad for People with Disabilities

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1/12/2023 – Belgrade, Serbia will host the Chess Olympiad for People with Disabilities, which will take from January 29 to February 5, 2023. The tournament will be played with a maximum of 30 teams and is a 7-round Swiss tournament. So far, 21 teams have registered. | Photo: FIDE

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FIDE press release

Belgrade, Serbia will host the Chess Olympiad for People with Disabilities, which will take from January 29 to February 5, 2023.

This is a team competition, played over four boards, and limited to a maximum of 30 participant teams: 27 teams are selected by rating, and four are nominated by the FIDE President. If there is an odd number of participating teams, the host Federation (Serbia) is entitled to register a second team.

 

Registered teams

No. Team RtgAvg
1 Israel 2329
2 Poland 2323
3 Hungary 2216
4 Cuba 2124
5 Croatia 2120
6 India 2073
7 Czech Republic 2070
8 Philippines 2055
9 IPCA 1959
10 Romania 1955
11 Venezuela 1931
12 ICCD 1931
13 Turkiye 1841
14 Montenegro 1837
15 Kazakhstan 1670
16 Bangladesh 1635
17 Zambia 1583
18 Kyrgyzstan 1469
19 Panama 1457
20 Kenya 1387
21 Zimbabwe 1363

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