Ju Wenjun (1991)
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|Description: Ju Wenjun is a Chinese chess Grandmaster and the current Women’s World Chess Champion. She holds the titles of Women’s Champion of China between 2010 and 2014, female Grand Prix Champion between 2015 and 2016, winner of the First Women Chess Open of Gibraltar in 2017, and has been considered the best player in the chess league of China between 2008 and 2016. In addition, she has won 1 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze medal in Chess Olympiad.|
|Sex: Female.||Occupation: Chess player.|
|Place of Birth / Death: Shanghai, China.||Country Tags: China.|
|Centuries: XX-XXI.||Title: Grandmaster (2014).|
|Wolrd Champion: 2018.||School: Jian Qiao University of Shanghai|
|Styles: –||Chess Olympiads: 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014.|
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- Chessbase.com: Ju Wenjun campeona del mundo: https://es.chessbase.com/post/ju-wenjun-campeona-del-mundo-femenina-de-ajedrez-2018 – [07/08/2018].
- Ju Wenjun at OlimpBase.org: http://www.olimpbase.org/playersw/q8qe4mu9.html – [07/08/2018].
- Ju Wenjun chess games at 365Chess.com: http://www.365chess.com/players/Ju_Wenjun – [07/08/2018].
- Ju Wenjun FIDE Chess Profile: http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?event=8603006 – [07/08/2018].
- Ju Wenjun player profile and games at Chessgames.com: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=102346 – [07/08/2018].
- Ju Wenjun player profile at chess-db.com: https://chess-db.com/public/pinfo.jsp?id=8603006 – [07/08/2018].
- Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: Ju Wenjun: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ju_Wenjun – [07/08/2018].
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