Kazakh Grandmaster Thanks Support System After FIDE Win

Kazybek Nogerbek, winner of the FIDE World Junior Open Chess Championship 2024 in the U-20 boys' category, expresses gratitude to his coach, mother, girlfriend, and friends for their support during the tough competition held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.

Sumit Kumar
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 Kazybek Nogerbek

By A Staff Reporter: After clinching victory at the FIDE World Junior Open Chess Championship 2024 in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, Kazakh Grandmaster Kazybek Nogerbek shared his thoughts on the momentous win. In his statement, Nogerbek acknowledged the rigorous competition, emphasizing the significance of the achievement for him personally.

"It was a very tough competition. It is a special moment for me," stated Nogerbek, reflecting on the intensity of the tournament. He extended heartfelt gratitude to his coach, recognizing the pivotal role played in his success. "I want to thank my coach, without him I could not have won this tournament. He has been training me for 14 years, since I was six years old," he expressed.

In addition to his coach, Nogerbek expressed appreciation for the unwavering support of his mother, girlfriend, and friends throughout his journey in the championship. Their encouragement and belief in his abilities undoubtedly contributed to his triumph on the international stage.