Canadian Chess Fun Facts, Records and Medals

Researched, compiled, written and copyright 2000-16 by David Cohen. Last updated: 2016.09.13.
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Canadian Championships


Team competitions

Olympiads

World Student Team Championship / World Youth Team Championship

American / North American / Pan-American Inter-collegiate Team Championship

Correspondence


Records

World records

Current

Past

Three world records that have since been broken were set by Canadians:

Frank Anderson claimed a world record with George Berner for most opponents played simultaneously; they played 100 in Toronto in 1955, losing 7

Consecutive

Most

Highest


World Championships

World Championship

World Junior (Under 20) Championship

World Youth Championships

Canadians have finished in the Top 10 at the World Youth Championships 28 times!

2012

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Correspondence


Pan-American Championships

Pan-American Championship / Pan-American Women's Championship

Pan-American Youth Championships


North American Championships

North American Youth Championships

Correspondence