Aronian vs Anand, 2013 0-1 Karjakin vs Anand, 2006 0-1 Anand vs Lautier, 1997 1-0 Anand vs Topalov, 2005 1/2-1/2 Anand vs Kasparov, 1995 1-0 Kramnik vs Anand, 2008 0-1 Anand vs Bologan, 2003 1-0 Radjabov vs Anand, 2002 0-1 Anand vs Karpov, 1996 1-0 Kramnik vs Anand, 2008 0-1 chess master - Anand World Championship Match (1995) Karpov - Anand global Championship Match (1998) FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (2000) FIDE international Championship mantrap competition (2001) FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) FIDE World Championship Tournament (2007) Anand - Kramnik worldwide Championship Match (2008) Anand - Topalov World chess game Championship (2010) Anand - Gelfand universe brome Championship (2012) Anand - Carlsen World Championship (2013) Carlsen - Anand World Championship (2014) Corsica Masters (2004) SIS-MH Masters (2003) 7th Corsica Open (2003) Villa de Canada de Calatrava (2007) Corus (2004) Corsica Masters adult female (2011) Hoogovens (1996) Hoogovens (1998) Dortmund Sparkassen (2004) Corsica Masters (2006) Corus (2006) island of Man Open (2017) Manila Interzonal (1990) 36th olympiad (2004) Tradewise Gibraltar (2016) Vishwanathan Anand ("Vishy" to his fans) was the 15th undisputed World Champion, reigning from 2007 until 2013. Anand was born in 1969 in Mayiladuthurai, a small town in southerly Indian authorities of Tamil Nadu, but grew up in Chennai. As an Indian and an asiatic cheat player, he blazed a trail with a number of firsts, including in 1984 becoming the youngest north american indian to earn the title of IM (aged 14), becoming the youngest ever red indian Champion at 16, becoming in 1987 the first north american indian to win the World young Championship and Indias first grandmaster, and becoming Indias (and Asias) first World Champion. He was also the first World champ since Robert James Fischer and the second since Max Euwe who did not originate from Russia or east Europe. Moreover, he was the first and only performing artist to have got won the putative world championship via knockout tournament, round robin tournament and handed-down light play.
Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - results & video highlights
The venues for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games stretched over a 120-kilometre geographical region from Richmond, through business district Vancouver and north to the mountain recourse of Whistler. artwork on both new and existing facilities, VANOC’s goal was to create dramatic theatres for sportswoman that provide top conditions for athletes and a welcome topographic point for spectators to experience the excitement of competition. The 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games events in city included curling, figure skating, ice hockey, sledge hockey, short-track speed skating and wheelchair curling.
The chess games of Chanda Sandipan
C Sandipan vs Tiviakov, 2007 1-0 C Sandipan vs S Himanshu, 2006 1-0 Le Quang Liem vs C Sandipan, 2013 0-1 C Sandipan vs Koneru, 2006 1-0 C Sandipan vs F Slingerland, 2008 1/2-1/2 C Sandipan vs I Zaragatski, 2013 1/2-1/2 C Sandipan vs A R Saleh Salem, 2013 1/2-1/2 C Sandipan vs M Antipov, 2013 1/2-1/2 C Sandipan vs C Aravindh, 2016 1-0 Ni Hua vs C Sandipan, 2012 0-1 Tradewise headland (2013) forty-third amerindian Championship (2006) river unfastened (2007) 4th Kolkata agaze player Chess Tournament (2009) Gibraltar (2010) Gausdal Chess Classic (2008) city Chess Club 200th Anniversary (2009) Gibraltar Masters (2004) Gibtelecom Chess time period (2006) Bundesliga 2015/16 (2015) Gibraltar Chess Festival (2008) Tradewise colony (2015) Tradewise settlement (2014) Gibtelecom (2009) Tradewise Gibraltar (2016) Chanda Sandipan was born in Calcutta. He shared first place in the Indian high status in 2003, 20, but each time lost the title to Surya Shekhar Ganguly in the play-offs. He represented asian country on board 4 at the Olympiad (2008) and set =1st at Tradewise rock of gibraltar (2013), although he ultimately took third place afterward losing to the elemental person of the event, Nikita Vitiugov, in the Tradewise colony (Tiebreaks) (2013).: India's Sandipan Chanda finished joint eldest with 7/9 in the 18th Kavala open 2009 and in the process decussate 2600 for the first time For many on Indian players results visit one more moon-round to go in 8th Gibtelecom Chess festivity Masters GM Chanda is at 6/8 pts Chanda takes on IM Boskovic, Drasko and has bang-up chance at the title for more .8th Gibtelecom Chess Festival 2010 --- Chanda Sandipan tied for first place with 9 players with 7.5/10 points. The top four players on tie-break vie off in a knockout.