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FIDE ARB End of the Year recap - Day 5
Sunday, 29 December 2019 22:40
FIDE relies on collaboration between commissions, federations and affiliated organisations to keep improving in good synergy.
In 2019, our commission maintained good connexions with commissions under new leadership. We tried as much as possible to work in collaborative mode and will for sure step up in 2020, also with more interactions with continental organisations!

Warm thanks for the fruitful team work:
- on training and development, with Women Commission and PDC
- on regulations, with the Rules Commission
- on tournaments, with Fair Play Commission
- on disciplinary topics, with Ethics Commission
- on selection of arbiters, with Events and Global Strategy Commissions
- on general arbiter topics with the ECU arbiters council

We still have a lot to do, but we built solid foundations to move forward!

Let's emphasize an initiative which is important for us to develop in the future! The call of interest currently open for the Olympiad is a new way to approach the selection of arbiters.
Federations are our members and they will keep their word in sending arbiters to official events. However this is important for us to better know our arbiters and increase interactions, for better Human Resource management and synergy with GSC and EVE when it is question to nominate arbiters in World events.

And today, we would like to recognize arbiters from World Rapid and Blitz Championships:
IMSA World Masters Championship 2019 - Hengshui, China (May)
World Cadet U8, U10, U12 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships 2019 - Minsk, Belarus (August)
World Youth U14, U16, U18 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships 2019 - Salobrena, Spain (September)
World Rapid & Blitz Championship 2019 - Moscow, Russia (December)

 IMSA 2019-Hengshui
IMSA World Masters Championship 2019
Hengshui, China (May)
Chief Arbiter: IA de San Vicente, Sabrina (URU)
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 World Cadet RB-Minsk
 World Cadet U8, U10, U12 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships 2019
Minsk, Belarus (August)
IA Nikolopoulos, Panagiotis (GRE)
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 World Youth RB-Salobrena
 World Youth U14, U16, U18 Rapid & Blitz Chess Championships 2019
Salobrena, Spain (September)
IA Nikolopoulos, Panagiotis (GRE)
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World RB-Moscow
World Rapid & Blitz Championship 2019
Moscow, Russia (December)
IA Nikolopoulos, Panagiotis (GRE)
 
 
FIDE ARB End of the Year recap - Day 4
Saturday, 28 December 2019 23:05
Quality! For the benefit of chess events and players! How to improve, knowing the huge variety of situations covered by the commission and arbiters in general?

1. Reducing variability in existing seminars: we assessed more than 70 recent FIDE Arbiter exams, to give guidelines to FIDE lecturers on the design of their exams.

2. Improving arbiters' preparation to world events: once arbiters are selected for world events involving big teams, we want to generalize team building and preparation, as was done in St Petersburg 2018 and Moscow 2019 World Rapid and Blitz.

3. Offering full curriculum, as much as possible: the new federation of Saint Lucia was used as a pilot to train arbiters and support assignments for an actual tournament experience, rather than direct FIDE Arbiter title from the seminar. Many thanks for the collaboration of FIDE PDC and Chess Confederation for Americas!

And today, we would like to recognize arbiters from World Championships in age groups:
World Cadet U8, 10, 12 Chess Championship 2019 - Weifang, China (August)
World Youth U14, 16, 18 Chess Championship 2019 - Mumbai, India (October)
World Junior and Girls U20 Chess Championship 2019 - New Delhi, India (October)
World Senior Championship 2019 - Bucharest, Romania (November)

World Cadet-Weifang 
World Cadet U8, 10, 12 Chess Championship 2019
Weifang, China (August)
Chief Arbiter: IA Freyd, Laurent (FRA)
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 World Youth-Mumbai
World Youth U14, 16, 18 Chess Championship 2019
Mumbai, India (October)
Chief Arbiter: IA Nikolopoulos, Panagiotis (GRE)
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World Junior-New Delhi
World Junior and Girls U20 Chess Championship 2019
New Delhi, India (October)
Chief Arbiter: IA Abd Hamid Bin Abd Majid (MAS)
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World Senior-Bucharest
World Senior Championship 2019
Bucharest, Romania (November)
Chief Arbiter: IA Nicula, Dinu-Ioan (ROU)
 
 
FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar in Concepcion, Chile (December 2019) - Report
Friday, 27 December 2019 23:52
concepcion december2019 pic01From 9th to 13th December 2019, a FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar was organized in Concepcion, Chile, by the Chilean Chess Federation, under the auspices of FIDE.
The Lecturer was IA Martinez Garcia, Jose (MEX), FIDE Lecturer and the Assistant Lecturer was IA Barrios Lara, Adolfo Gerardo (CHI).
The language of the Seminar was Spanish.
Twelve (12) arbiters from Chile participated in the Seminar and nine (9) of them participated in the examination test, held after the end of the lectures.
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FIDE ARB End of the Year recap - Day 3
Friday, 27 December 2019 21:55
Reinforcing operational processes and team work with FIDE Office & Accounting department and Federations was another important step in this first year of activity for the new commission!

Licensing arbiters have become a more robust process and acknowledgment is given every Monday to federations. Warm thanks to all the people who helped such operations to go smoothly.

And today, we would like to recognize arbiters from World Team Championships:
World Team Championship 2019, Astana - Kazakhstan (March)
World Senior Team Championships 50+ & 65+, Rhodes - Greece (April)
World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2019, Corum - Turkey (November)

wtcc2019 astana 
 World Team Championship 2019
Astana - Kazakhstan (March)
Chief Arbiter: IA Sorokina, Anastasia (BLR)
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 wstcc209 rhodes
World Senior Team Championships 50+ & 65+
Rhodes - Greece (April)
Chief Arbiter: IA Tsypin, Vadim (CAN)
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wyco u16 corum
World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2019
Corum - Turkey (November)
Chief Arbiter: IA Uctu, Ahmet (TUR)
 
 
FIDE ARB End of the Year recap - Day 2
Thursday, 26 December 2019 23:27
Administrating the global population of Arbiters (National, FIDE and International level) based on qualified data is a foundation for our operations.

In 2019, we merged different existing lists of arbiters into a single database, verified around 13000 entries, to ensure data quality! That was a huge work to clean everything and we will move even further in 2020, by adding key missing data directly on the FIDE website's arbiter profiles!

And today, we would like to recognize arbiters from championships for players with disabilities:
3rd FIDE World Junior U20 Championship for Players with Disabilities in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA (July)
1st FIDE Confederation Cup For The Disabled 2019, Ankara, Turkey (December)

 Confederation-Cup-DIS-Ankara-2
1st FIDE Confederation Cup For The Disabled 2019
Ankara, Turkey (December)
Chief Arbiter: IA Jordan, Dirk, Dr. (GER)
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 WorldJuniorDIS-Copyright-Dora-L-Martinez
3rd FIDE World Junior U20 Championship
for Players with Disabilities in Cherry Hill
New Jersey, USA (July)
Chief Arbiter: IA Jarecki, Carol (USA)
 
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