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Alexandra Kosteniuk won Gold with Russia | Photo: David Llada
Liren Ding gets interviewed before the start of the game | Photo: Daniel Skog
China against Poland at the first table in the last round | Photo: Georgios Souleidis
Elisabeth Paehtz and Germany had no chance against Georgia in the last round but nevertheless had a good tournament | Photo: Georgios Souleidis
Samuel L Shankland finished the Olympiad with an incredible score of 9 points out of 10 games | Photo: Georgios Souleidis
Some girls try to take a picture of David Navara | Photo: Anastasiya Karlovich
Team Bulgaria: Ivan Cheparinov, Veselin Topalov and their manager Silvio Danailov | Photo: Anastasiya Karlovich
Rustam Kasimdzhanov with his wife Firuza | Photo: Anastasiya Karlovich
Magnus Carlsen | Photo: Anastasiya Karlovich
Natalia Pogonina catches a glimpse of something | Photo: Anastasiya Karlovich
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg opens the game between Ivan Saric and Magnus Carlsen | Photo: David Llada
Natalia Zhukova pulled out a great win against Olga Girya and led Ukraine to a 2.5:1.5 win against Russia | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)
Vladimir Kramnik had an easy win against Ivan Ivanisevic | Photo: David Llada
Ana Matnadze and Spain pulled off an upset by holding China to a 2:2 draw | Photo: David Llada
Melanie Ohme and Germany are fighting for a medal after beating Romania 2.5:1.5 | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)
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