Ramesh wins Mark Dvoretsky Award
India is currently booming with talents and it is thanks to many of the hardworking trainers of the country. One of them who has made the country proud on many occasions is GM Ramesh RB. He won the The Mark Dvoretsky Award for achievements by a trainer of juniors or a team in a juniors event. The award was announced by FIDE Trainers' Commission at the Trainer Awards, results for best achievements in 2018. All the awardees will receive the trophy "The Tree of Chess", designed by the famous Ukrainian sculptor Volodymyr Odrekhivskyi.
Ramesh earns a prestigious award by FIDE Trainers' Commission
Ramachandran Ramesh (Chennai, 1976) has coached a total of 39 Gold winners at Junior, Youth and Cadet World Championships, starting with Aarthie Ramaswamy in 1999, and lately the 14-year-old prodigy Praggnanandhaa, who just won the 2019 World Youth Under-18.
The Awards will be handed over at five different times and locations, according to the wishes of the winners. All the awardees will receive the trophy "The Tree of Chess", designed by the famous Ukrainian sculptor Volodymyr Odrehivskyj.
The final results were voted by the most qualified and diverse panel of judges ever, consisting of both experienced players and trainers. All continents were represented in a gender-balanced panel, which includes four world champions:
World Champion Vladimir Kramnik
World Champion & FIDE Senior Trainer Susan Polgar
World Champion Zhu Chen
World Champion & FIDE Senior Trainer Antoaneta Stefanova
GM & FIDE Senior Trainer Eugene Torre
GM & FIDE Senior Trainer Alonso Zapata
GM & FIDE Senior Trainer Slim Bouaziz
Source: FIDE Trainers' blogspot
Ramesh tweeted this after getting to know that he won the prestigious Mark Dvoretsky Award