4th Women's Chess Olympiad

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The 4th Women's Chess Olympiad, organized by FIDE, took place on 8–23 September 1969 in Lublin, Poland.[1][2][3]

Results[edit]

A total of 15 two-woman teams entered the competition. It was played as a round-robin tournament.

# Country Players Points MP
1  Soviet Union Nona Gaprindashvili, Alla Kushnir, Nana Alexandria 26
2  Hungary Mária Ivánka, Zsuzsa Verőci, Károlyné Honfi 20½
3  Czechoslovakia Štěpánka Vokřálová, Květa Eretová, Jana Malypetrová 19
4  Yugoslavia Tereza Štadler, Henrijeta Konarkowska-Sokolov, Katarina Jovanović-Blagojević 18½
5  Bulgaria Venka Asenova, Evelina Trojanska, Antonina Georgieva 17½
6  East Germany Waltraud Nowarra, Edith Keller-Herrmann, Gabriele Just 17
7  Romania Elisabeta Polihroniade, Gertrude Baumstark, Suzana Makai 16½ 17
8  Poland Krystyna Hołuj-Radzikowska, Mirosława Litmanowicz, Anna Jurczyńska 16½ 17
9  Netherlands Ingrid Tuk, Hendrika Timmer, Fenny Heemskerk 13
10  England Dinah Dobson, Rowena Mary Bruce 12½
11  West Germany Ursula Wasnetsky, Hannelore Jörger, Irmgard Kärner 10 10
12  Denmark Merete Haahr, Ingrid Larsen, Johanne Nielsen 10 8
13  Austria Ingeborg Kattinger, Maria Ager, Wilma Sant 6
14  Belgium Caroline Vanderbeken, Louise-Jeanne Loeffler
15  Ireland Mary Brannagan, Aileen Noonan, Elizabeth Shaughnessy

Individual medals[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yugoslav Survey". Jugoslavija Publishing House. 14 September 1991 – via Google Books. 
  2. ^ "Chess". Chess. 14 September 1969 – via Google Books. 
  3. ^ Books, L. L. C. (1 May 2010). "Chess in Poland: General Government Chess Tournament, Polish Chess Championship, 6th Chess Olympiad, Polish Defense, Polish Immortal". General Books LLC – via Google Books. 

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