There together 15 men, 4 women and 6 juniors played in chess last weekend on 16-17 March in Klaipeda. Time control: rapid at 25 min+5 sec/move, 7 games. Results of the Lithuanian Deaf Chess National Championship:  

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March 16, 2019 was held International Westerveld-Memorial Tournament 2019. Results: Autobiography: Gerrit Westerveld was born on august 6th, 1931 in Dinxperlo, a small town literally sharing the border with the German town of Süderwick. His parents ran a bakery in town for many, many years. At age 3, he survived meningitis, which cost him his […]

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Dear ICSD Member, Please read below important information on the ICSD TUE for your athletes and coaches. What does the WADA Code say?  Art. 2.1.1 It is each Athlete’s (International or National Level) personal duty to ensure that no Prohibited Substance enters his or her body. Athletes are responsible for any Prohibited Substance or its […]

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Dear Friends, Please, accept our team our warm greetings with Christmas and Happy New Year 2019! The New Year is a new step! Good Health & Good Hope In the New Year all dreams will come true. Sincerely, Presidium ICCD

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Dear Friends in chess. To participate in the 19 Winter Deaflympics, all chess players need to have an ICSD identification code (ID) for the audiogram.  To obtain an identification code (ID) for the audiogram, you need to contact the National  Deaf Sports Federation  of your country. See also the letter ICSD with the ICSD Audiogram […]

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