Arkady Dvorkovich (above), President of International Chess Federation (FIDE), will be attending DIAS Conference and Exhibition on Oct. 14 and 15, along with other sports leaders.
Grandmaster (GM) Aravindh Chithambaram of India grabbed the solo leadership of the 23rd Dubai Open Chess Tournament following a powerful win over GM Sanal Vahap of Turkey in Tuesday night’s fourth round. The defending champion is now the only player to maintain a perfect score of four points, adding momentum to his
Vugar Asadli caused the biggest stir so far in the 23rd edition of the Dubai Open Chess Tournament when the Grandmaster (GM) from Azerbaijan defeated second-seed GM Hans Moke Niemann of the US in Sunday night’s second round at the Dubai Chess and Culture Club. Asadli joins 11 others, including former Dubai Open
Defending champion Grandmaster (GM) Aravindh Chithambaram of India and GM Sanal Vahap of Turkey zoomed to the top of the leaderboard as the only two players with perfect scores after three rounds of action at the 23rd Dubai Open Chess Tournament at the Dubai Chess and Culture Club. Chithambaram defeated
A total of 170 players representing 47 countries will battle for top honours at the 23rd edition of the Dubai Open Chess Tournament. Hosted by the Dubai Chess and Culture Club, the prestigious tournament will take place from May 27 to June 4.
Team Sweden’s Jonas Andersson clinched the UIM F1H2O World Championship for the second time on Sunday with a convincing victory in the Regione Sardegna Grand Prix of Italy. Andersson’s start-to-finish success in Olbia also puts Team Sweden in a strong position to secure the team title won for the last
Meydan Racecourse, home of the $30.5 million Dubai World Cup meeting, will host the Emirates Sprint Series races after Dubai Racing Club comes on board for the second edition of the series. The organising committee of the Emirates Sprint Series has confirmed that Dubai Racing Club will be part of the ambitious
It was a star studded affair at the ‘Tennis Premier League Season 5’ auction ceremony, as Bollywood actors Sonali Bendre, Rakul Preet Singh, Taapsee Pannu, Malaika Arora graced the event.