European Chess Championship — women

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no. host city year winner system players games PGN
19. Vysoké Tatry Slovakia 2018 Gunina, Valentina Russia S-11 144 791 PGN
18. Riga Latvia 2017 Dzagnidze, Nana Georgia S-11 144 787 PGN
17. Mamaia Romania 2016 Ushenina, Anna Ukraine S-11 112 614 PGN
16. Chakvi Georgia 2015 Zhukova, Natalia Ukraine S-11 98 526 PGN
15. Plovdiv Bulgaria 2014 Gunina, Valentina Russia S-11 116 637 PGN
14. Belgrade Serbia 2013 Hoang Thanh Trang Hungary S-11 169 924 PGN
13. Gaziantep Turkey 2012 Gunina, Valentina Russia S-11 103 561 PGN
12. Tbilisi Georgia 2011 Čmilytė, Viktorija Lithuania S-11 130 714 PGN
11. Rijeka Croatia 2010 Cramling, Pia Sweden S-11 158 866 + 8 PGN
10. Sankt Petersburg Russia 2009 Kosintseva, Tatiana Russia S-11 168 923 + 27 PGN
9. Plovdiv Bulgaria 2008 Lahno, Kateryna Ukraine S-11 157 859 + 18 PGN
8. Dresden Germany 2007 Kosintseva, Tatiana Russia S-11 150 818 + 8 PGN
7. Kuşadası Turkey 2006 Atalık, Ekaterina Turkey S-11 96 525 + 59 PGN
6. Chișinău Moldova 2005 Lahno, Kateryna Ukraine S-12 164 973 + 46 PGN
5. Dresden Germany 2004 Kosteniuk, Alexandra Russia S-12 108 648 + 14 PGN
4. Silivri Turkey 2003 Cramling, Pia Sweden S-11 113 617 + 20 PGN
3. Varna Bulgaria 2002 Stefanova, Antoaneta Bulgaria S-11 114 614 + 32 PGN
2. Warsaw Poland 2001 Skripchenko-Lautier, Almira Moldova S-11 157 858 + 39 PGN
1. Batumi Georgia 2000 Zhukova, Natalia Ukraine K/O 32 64 PGN




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