Which Indian won the gold medal at the 17th World Individual Chess Championship for differently abled?

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Mitul Chopra asked 13-Feb-2018 in Sports by Mitul Chopra

Which Indian won the gold medal at the 17th World Individual Chess Championship for differently abled? 

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akriti kashyap answered 15-Feb-2018 by akriti kashyap

17th World Individual Chess Championship!

Which Indian won the gold medal at the 17th World Individual Chess Championship for differently abled?

Shashikant Kutwal, a railway employee with Pune Division, has won the gold medal at the 17th World Individual Chess Championship for in an unexpected way abled, held in Slovakia from May 27 to June 6, 2017. Kutwal (37), who fills in as office superintendent, has now accomplished the title of International Master.

Kutwal's accomplishment has pulled in commend from railway organization. Divisional Railway Manager B K Dadabhoy praised and congratulated him. "His accomplishment has done right by us and we will bolster him in his future undertakings. He has far to go," said

Kutwal, who hails from a town in Baramati tehsil, was delegated with the Central Railway through sports quota in 2000. From that point forward, he has been speaking to Central Railway, Indian Railways, and India at various chess tournaments.

In the World Championship, held by Physically Disabled Chess Association (PDCA), Kutwal won the gold award in the wake of scoring 7.5 points from a conceivable 9.


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