- Indian Team won the Under 16 Chess Olympiad 2014
- World Under 10 Open & Girls Champion Nihal Sarin and Divya Deshmukh of India
- Indian Team won Bronze in Chess Olympiad 2014
- Vantika Agrawal of GCA won Silver at Commonwealth Championship U 14 Girls 2015
- Ex Delhi State Champion Saideep Ganesh of Genius Chess Academy
Indian Team won the Under 16 Chess Olympiad 2014
World Under 10 Open & Girls Champion Nihal Sarin and Divya Deshmukh of India
Indian Team won Bronze in Chess Olympiad 2014
Vantika Agrawal of GCA won Silver at Commonwealth Championship U 14 Girls 2015
Ex Delhi State Champion Saideep Ganesh of Genius Chess Academy
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Anishka Vikram Won Silver at Commonwealth Championship
Delhi Girl Anishka Vikram, a student of Genius Chess Academy won Silver Medal in Commonwealth Chess Championship-2015 Under 8 Girls category held at New Delhi from 23-30 June 2015.
Prathivya Gupta, also a Delhi Girl won the tournament and Gold Medal with a score of 7/8. Anishka Vikram scored 6.5/8, while Sanudula K M Dahamdi of Sri Lanka got Bronze Medal with a score of 6/8. Anishka Vikram was the only unrated player in the top 5.
Genius Chess Academy congratulates Prathivya Gupta and Anishka Vikram for their outstanding achievement !
India wins historic Bronze; China and Russia clinch titles
World Chess Olympiad 2014, Tromso, Norway
Tromso (14 Aug 14) :- On the eve of Independence Day, the Indian Men team made history by winning Bronze in the 41st World Chess Olympiad here in Norway on Thursday. This is the first ever medal for India in the history of Chess Olympiad. Team consists of GM Krishnan Sasikiran, GM Parimarjan Negi, GM Sethurman S P, GM B Adhiban and GM Lalith Babu M R showed their fighting spirit in the entire championship and lose only two out of forty four games.
Anand wins Candidates; Title clash again with Carlsen
Five-times world champion Viswanathan Anand proved all his critics wrong and won the Candidates Tournament unbeaten to qualify for world championship rematch with Magnus Carlsen. He settled for a draw with Sergey Karjakin of Russia in the 13th and penultimate round on Saturday, 29th March 2014 at Khanty Mansiysk, Russia.
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56th GCA Invitational Chess Tournament
June 2015 Achievers
Harshiel Sehgal of Genius Chess Academy, C R Park got 1st Position in 52nd GCA Invitational Chess Tournament in under 10 category on 21st June 2015. Congratulations!!