EUC Chess 2019
European Universities Chess Championship

Budapest, Hungary
July 24-28, 2019

The European Universities Chess Competition was held in Budapest, Hungary as a part of the EUSA Mind Sports Championships, with 70 participants from 24 European universities from 14 different countries present.

The competition was organised by the Hungarian University Sports Federation and the University of Physical Education, the host university of the event.

Present on behalf of EUSA in Budapest was EUSA Auditor and Executive Committee member Mr Liviu Matac and Chess Technical Delegate Mr Oleksandr Sulypa.

EUC 2019 Chess

Russia’s Ural State Mining University were dominant in their displays across the five days, with Daria Voit and Polina Shuvalova helping their university to victory in the Women’s Rapid Team Championship event as teammates Maksim Chigaev and Alexandr Predke claimed gold in the men’s competition.

In the Blitz Individual event, Daria Voit claimed her second gold medal for Ural State Mining University, while in the men’s category, Kirill Shevchenko from Ukraine’s Lviv University emerged victorious.

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Men’s Rapid Team Competition

1 Ural State Mining University (RUS)

2 Armenian State University of Economics (ARM)

3 Lviv State University of Physical Culture (UKR)

4 Eotvos Lorand University (1) (HUN)

5 The Open University of Israel (ISR)

6 National Technical University of Athens (GRE)

7 Eotvos Lorand University (2) (HUN)

8 AGH University of Science and Technology (1) (POL)

9 AGH University of Science and Technology (2) (POL)

10 University College London (2) (GBR)

11 Ozyegin University (TUR)

12 Szechenyi Istvan University (HUN)

13 London School of Economics and Political Science (GBR)

14 University of Porto (POR)

15 University of Bielefeld (GER)

16 University of Warwick (GBR)

17 University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (FRA)

18 University College London (1) (GBR)

19 EDHEC Business School of Nice (FRA)

20 Eszterhazy Karoly University (HUN)

21 Norwegian School of Economics (NOR)

Women’s Rapid Team Competition
1 Ural State Mining University (RUS)

2 University of Physical Education (HUN)

3 Ozyegin University (TUR)

4 AGH University of Science and Technology (POL)

5 University of Pecs (HUN)

6 Semmelweis University (HUN)

7 University of Prishtina (KOS)

8 Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences (POL)

Men’s Blitz
1 Kirill Shevchenko, Lviv State University of Physical Culture (UKR)

Women’s Blitz
1 Daria Voit, Ural State Mining University (RUS)