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Solving and Composing Competitions

The  links below will take you to the official Junior Chess Championships sites where the problem competitions are announced or the results given. The  links will open a new window in your browser and display the documents. The option to download the PDF file is available in the new window, and you will need the Adobe Reader to view it offline.


 Junior Problem-Solving Championships


 Australian Junior Chess Championships, Canberra 2007
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report, and Suggestions for the Future


 Australian Junior Chess Championships, Sydney 2008
 Problem-Solving Championship – Results   Set problems and solutions


     Australian Junior Chess Championships, Adelaide 2009
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report, and Suggestions for the Future


 Australian Junior Chess Championships, Hobart 2010
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report, and Suggestions for the Future


     Australian Junior Chess Championships, Melbourne 2011
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report


 Australian Junior Chess Championships, Melbourne 2012
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report


     Australian Junior Chess Championships, Gold Coast 2013
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report


 Australian Junior Chess Championships, Sydney 2014
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report


 Australian Junior Chess Championships, Canberra 2015
 Problem-Solving Championship – Report
– includes a Guide on how to run such an event


 Guided Problem Composing Competitions


 Australian Junior Chess Championships, Canberra 2015
 Guided Chess Problem Composing Competition – Tasks paper
 Guided Chess Problem Composing Competition – Tasks, Answers, and Results
 Guided Chess Problem Composing Competition – Report


     Australian Junior Chess Championships, Adelaide 2016
 Guided Chess Problem Composing Competition – Tasks and Introduction
 Guided Chess Problem Composing Competition – Tasks, Answers, and Results
 Guided Chess Problem Composing Competition – Report