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I am WGM and Fide Trainer Vita Kryvoruchko from Ukraine.
I am 30 years old. I began to play chess, when I was 5 years old. As a matter of fact, I spent much time on chess only when graduated from the school and college. I graduated from the university of extra mural department Law Faculty After-Diploma Institute of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv in 2009 year. But it goes without saying that I am fond of chess. I consider, I would not become such good chess-player without my first coach Mykola Matvienko, my coach Vladimir Grabinsky, my parents and friends.

My chess attainments are:

Gold medals of Ukraine Championships (girls) – 2001 and 2004
Second place (2002 and 2007) and third place (2000 and 2004) in the Championship of Ukraine (girls)
First place among women in the international open-tournament “A” Pardubice (CZE)
The seventh place (2001) and the ninth place (2004) in the World Championship (girls)
The fifth place in the Championship of Ukraine (women) — 2008
The first place (women) in Open Tournament ” Rethymno 2011″.
The second place in Rapid Women Championship of Ukraine – 2015.
The 2-nd place in Rapid Cup Open Lviv tournament (women-2017).

Coach online at Internet Chess Club – 2009-2017
Coach of ladies at Dubai Chess Club 2014-2015 during 1 year.
Resident coach at Saint Louis Chess Club – 2016.

My biggest FIDE ELO rating is 2338.
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I was a commentator of FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship Match (Lviv, 2016)