The U.S. Chess Trust is a proud contributor of the U.S.Delegation in the World Youth Chess Championship!
The World Youth Championship is being held in Vung Tau, Vietnam from October 19-31, 2008. Find out more about this exciting event by visiting the Championship’s website, checking out the history of the World Youth Chess Championship, and visiting the Championship’s blog!
About Vung Tau, Vietnam: Vung Tau is a peninsula with a length of 20km and a total area of 100.33 km2. According to an ancient legend, Vung Tau city was called Tam Thang (three victories), signifying the garrison of three armies of the Nguyen dynasty. Later, the French came and called Cap Saint Jacques, which is mispronounced into O Cap or Cap by the Vietnamese…read more >>
|Arrival of Delegations
|Tuesday||21 October||15:00||2nd round|
|Thursday||23 October||15:00||5th round|
|Friday||24 October||15:00||6th round and Social Talent Nite|
|Saturday||25 October||Free day|
|Sunday||26 October||15:00||7th round|
|Monday||27 October||15:00||8th round|
|Tuesday||28 October||15:00||9th round|
|Wednesday||29 October||15:00||10th round|
|Friday||31 October||12:00||Departure of Delegations|