Young chess players sorted out by FIDE ratings Compare your country to the World Rating of November 2010 (but 2011 categories) All U20 World ranking 1. Caruana, Fabiano ITA g2709 19 1992 2. Le, Quang Liem VIE g2689 20 1991 3. Giri, Anish NED g2682 12 1994 4. So, Wesley PHI g2669 19 1993 5. Feller, Sebastien FRA g2657 9 1991 6. Sjugirov, Sanan RUS g2626 27 1993 7. Kovalyov, Anton ARG g2623 18.
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Men's Individual Trampoline Year Champion Second Third 1964 Dan Millman, USA Gary Erwin, USA Dave Smith, GBR 1965 Gary Erwin, USA Frank Schmitz, USA Wayne Miller, USA 1966 Wayne Miller, USA Spencer Wiggins, RSA Michael Budenberg, FRG 1967 Dave Jacobs, USA David Curtis, GBR Michael Williams, GBR 1968 Dave Jacobs, USA David Curtis, GBR Michael Budenberg, FRG 1970 Wayne Miller, USA George.
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MEN (since 1978) The European Athletics Championships traditionally occurred every four years, but since 2010 the European Athletic Association organizes them every two, which has largely devalued the competition in Olympic years, as the best athletes either do not participate or are not in their peak form.