Kazakhstan chess Grand Master(2009). Member of threeChess Olympiads(2008-2012), the Asian Games(2010) and team championship of Asia(2012). Repeatedlyhe representedKazakhstanat the world championships and Asia among young people in different age categories.
Twice champion of Kazakhstan in 2011 and2014 years. Vice-champion in 2010 and twice bronze medalist in 2007and 2013. InDecember 2013,he won the tournament“Pavlodar Open2013”, dedicated to the Independence Day ofKazakhstan.
The holder of the highest ratings in the2607points in theCentral Asia.Since 2008is a member of the national team of Kazakhstan.The Champion and winner of the gold medalIVCentral AsiaCup2015. Champion of Kazakhstan in 2017. Winner of XIX Open International d’escacas de Sants (2017).
Born onNovember 17, 1973 (42), Kazakhstan’s chess Grand Master. In the national team of6-party competition. Champion of the summerAsian Games2006 inDoha,in rapid chess.
Silver medalist at the World Championship among students(Switzerland,2010), Multiple medalist and two-time Kazakhstan’s Champion among men(2008,2012), Winner of the ZonalTournament(Uzbekistan, 2007), Member of the WorldCup(Russia, 2007), The winner of theTeam Championship among Asian cities in the team of Pavlodar city (Iran, 2007), silver medalist of the Team Championship among Asian cities in the team of Astana city(Indonesia, 2011.),bronze medalist of the “Tashkent Open” International tournament(Uzbekistan, 2013.)
1 place in rapid and blitz in the Kazakhstan Championship among adults (Karaganda, 2016). Olympic Games participant.
2012 Almaty-Rapid and blitz 1st place
Three-time champion of Kazakhstan among juniors
Bronze winner of the World Youth & Cadets Chess Championship 2015
3rd placeAsian Championship up to 20 years(1996), silver medal in the team eventWorld Cup up to 26 years (1997), silver medalNFE on5board(1998), 3-time champion of Kazakhstan among men(1998,2000,02), silver (2001, 13, 14) and bronze medalist of Kazakhstan Championship (2003),bronze medalistIVCentral AsiaCup2015
The winner of the open tournament Astana Open 2016. Winner of Kazakhstan Chess Cup (Astana, 2016). Olympic Games participant.
2-nd place on the World Chess Olympiad among juniors U16 years, 2016.
The champion of Kazakhstan U18 years, 2017.
The champion of Kazakhstan on blitz U 20 years, 2017.
1 place on Kazakhstan chess team championship as a part of the national team of Astana in blitz, 2017.
2-nd place on Kazakhstan Championship in blitz among men of 2017.
World Schools Chess 2015 champion
Winner of Children’s Cup of Kazakhstan 2015
2004 -Vice- champion of Asia among girls up to 8.
2010 -the winner of the Cup of Dubai Sheikh
Eight fold and all-around champion of the Republic of Kazakhstan among girls under10,12,14,16,18 .
2014-first among women and first among juniors in the “Benasque open” international tournament(Spain)
2014-the best result in the team of the Republic of Kazakhstan at the World Chess Olympiad (Tromso), with no substitutions andlesionsscored8.5points out of11 possible
2014September -world champion among girls under 18 (Durban, South Africa)
The world champion among girls under 20 years of age (Bhubaneswar, India, 2016).
She was awarded the Order “Kurmet” (2016)
Kazakhstan chess player, at age of 14became the youngest Grand Master in Kazakhstan (2014).
Multiple champion of Kazakhstan, champion of Asian Youth Championship (Iran, 2008), the World Youth Championship(Vietnam,2008), the World Cup for Schools(Turkey, 2010), the World Student’s Championship(Poland, 2011),youth world Cup(Brazil, 2011), silver medalist of the World championship among girls under 12 years old(Slovenia2012), the best athlete and winner of the Kazakhstan national “People’s favorite of the Year”2013Bronze medalist of the Asian Championship in Blitz(United Arab Emirates, Sharjah2014)Recognized Asian Federation FIDE best chess player of Asia to 20 years.
Took third place in the international tournament «Oslo Chess Festival 2016″ (Norway, 2016)
The first place in the women’s international tournament in memory of grandmaster Christina Radzikovskoy (Poland, 2016)
2times champion of Asia among girls under16, 18,vice-champion of Asia among juniors, winner of the London chess Classic2012tournament, the winner of the zonalchampionship3.42013, and three-time reigning Kazakhstan Women champion 2011-2013. 2017 Kazakhstan Women champion. 2017 Silver winner of Asian Championship
Champion(2009) and winner of the Women’s Championship of Kazakhstan, winner of the Zonal Championship in Tashkent, the finalist of Men’s Championship of Kazakhstan(2011), bronze medalist of the World Chess Olympiad in Istanbul alternate board, member of the personal Women’s World Cup( Khanty-Mansiysk, 2012), member of the Women’s world Team Championships(Astana, 2013).
Kazakhstan’s champion among girls in the age groups up to 14, 18, 20 years, 3times champion of Kazakhstan among women, Asian champion, winner of the Men’s International Tournament “Aeroflot Open C” in Moscow and “Trud” in Tashkent, the bronze medalist of indoors Asian Games, Gold medal at the Universiade among students of Turkish-speaking countries, winner of the women’s prize in the Open International St Casablanca, Spain, member of the World Championships and World Olympiads.
3rd place on the Asian Youth Championship on blitz U16, 2018
1-st place on the World School Individual Championship U15, Yasy, Romania, 2017
1-st place on the Asian Youth Championship U16 years, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
The Champion of the Kazakhstan Championship U 20 and and U 16 years, 2017
2-nd place on the Asian Youth Championship on blitz U 14, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 2016
The bronze winner of the Asian Nations Cup Chess tournament as a member of the national team of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan 2016. First place at the Kazakhstan Chess Championship U12, U14 (2006,2008).
2015 Asian schoolchildren Chess champion. Bronze winner of the Asian Youth Championship 2015 Girls under 10, Bronze winner of the World Schools Chess Championship 2015
The world champion among seniors 50+ (2013), the vice-world champion among seniors 50+ (2014). Kazakhstan championships among women in “classic”:
The two-time champion of the Asian Youth chess in classic U14, Thailand, 2018
First place of the of the Asian Youth chess U12, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
First place rapid of the of the Asian Youth chess, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
Bronze in the Asian Youth chess in blitz, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
Second place in the championship among men in Astana, 2017
The champion of Kazakhstan in classics U12, 2017
The champion of Kazakhstan in rapid U 16, 2017
Bronze winner of the World Cup in classic U 11, Sochi, Russia, 2016
The champion of Kazakhstan in classics U10, 2015
Bronze winner of the World Cup in classic U9, Brazil, 2014
The third place rapid of the of the Asian Youth chess U8, Iran, 2013
Silver winner of the World Cup in blitz U8, Dubai, the UAE, 2013
World and Asian schoolchildren’s 2015 Chess champion