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Tan Zhongyi
Tan Zhongyi was born on May 29, 1991. Currently, she is member of Chess Team of Chongqing Chess Institute and holder of the title of  Grandmaster.
During the period of 2000 to 2002, Tan Zhongyi has won first prize in World Youth  Championship for three times.
In 2006, Tan Zhongyi has achieved the first place in National Sport Convention Chess Championship.
In 2011, Tan Zhongyi has won the Women’s World Chess Team Championship.
In 2011, Tan Zhongyi has won the 1st place in World University Championship in Shenzhen and became the first woman chess champion in the history of University Championship. Meanwhile, she has also achieved first place in the mixed team category in this event. 
In September of 2016, Tan Zhongyi has achieved gold medal in the 42nd Chess Olympiad, in which she has participated in all the 11 rounds and achieved the outstanding performance, namely 7 victories, 4 draws and 0 defeat.
On March 3, 2017, Tan Zhongyi defeated the Ukrainian player Anna Muzychuk in the World Women’s Chess Championship held in Tehran Iran and she became the 16th World Champion in the chess history, as well as the 5th Chinese woman of achieving this title in succession to Xie Jun, Zhu Chen, Xu Yuhua and Hou Yifan.
In 2017, Tan Zhongyi has achieved gold medal both in individual and team events in Asian Indoor Games.
In 2017, Tan Zhongyi has achieved gold medal in the women’s chess event in National Games.

Ju Wenjun
Born in January 1991, Shanghai.
Title: GM, International Athlete
Rating: 2568
Main Honors:
Got 1st place in the FIDE Women΄s World Rapid Championship in Saudi Arabia in 2017.
Five times champion of the China Chess League (Group A) in 2008, 2009, 2012, 2016 and 2017.
Got 1st place in the 2015-2016 FIDE Women΄s Grand Prix.
For five consecutive times played for China in the Chess Olympiad from 2008 to 2016 among which she got team silver medal from 2010 to 2014 for three times and won the team gold medal in 2016.
Got 1st place in the National Mind Sports Games in 2011 and 2015.
Won the 1st place for two times in the National Individual Championship in 2010 and 2014.
Got 1st place in the Chess Women΄s Grandmaster Tournament in Hangzhou in 2011.
Achieved gold medal in the Women΄s World Team Chess Championship in 2009 and 2011.
Got 1st place in the Asian Games Guangzhou in 2010.
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