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Xie Jun

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Xie Jun (Xie Jun) (p. October 30, 1970). Seventh world champion (1991-1995, 1999-2001). Born October 30, 1970 in Beijing. At 7 years old started playing Chinese chess, Xiangqi, and later switched to chess. In 13 years, was credited to the country's national team. The following year in the women's championship was the sixth of China, and in 1985 - third. In the world championship among girls under 20 years (Adelaide, 1988) shared second place. In 1989, China became a champion and in 1990 led the country's women's team at the World Olympiad (Novi Sad). In the struggle for world supremacy of its rise has been meteoric - in inter-zonal tournament (Kuala Lumpur, 1990) - 2 place, tournament contenders (Borjomi, 1990) - 1-2 places with A. Maric. In an additional match won Yugoslav - 4,5:2,5. It was a sensation: the first time rival world champion became the representative of the Asian continent. World championship match Chiburdanidze - Xie Jun (Manila, 1991) also ended sensationally: Xie Jun won - 8,5:6,5 (+4-2 = 9). Two years (Monaco, 1993) successfully defended the highest chess title in the match with N. Ioseliani - 8,5:2,5 (+7-1 = 3). However, in 1995 she Kaene (Spain) lost to the world championship match J. Polgar - 4,5:8,5 (+2-6 = 5). However, in 1999 regained the highest chess title, winning the match (Kazan, Shanghai) A. Gallyamova - 8,5:6,5 (+5-3 = 7). For success in the men's competition she was awarded the title of grand master among men. At the Olympiad in Istanbul in 2000 led the Chinese team, which became the winner of contest. In the same year at the world championships for a knockout system in New Delhi became a champion without losing a single game.


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