Olympiad Photos


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    08 August

    • Everyone wanted to catch the first moments of Caruana-Carlsen | Photo: David Llada

    • NRK Moderator Nora Thorp Bjornstad gets excited... | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

    • ...and interviews Baadur Jobava right before the start of the game | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

    • Daniele Vocaturo follows the action at close hand | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

    • Shakhriyar Mamedyarov eventually beat Baadur Jobava | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

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    07 August

    • Even on a free day at the Chess Olympiad there is some tournament competition | Photo: Daniel Skog

    • This seal is real | Photo: Daniel Skog

    • This seal is real too | Photo: Daniel Skog

    • Mack´s brewery | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

    • Mack´s brewery | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

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    06 August

    • Bhutan might not be a favorite for a medal but they are certainly having a lot of fun in Tromsø | Photo: Daniel Skog

    • Magnus Carlsen and Levon Aronian of course shaked hands before the start of the game which eventually ended in a draw | Photo: Paul Truong

    • Veselin Toplaov and Vladimir Kramnik of course didn´t shake hands before the start of the game which Kramnik eventually won | Photo: Paul Truong

    • GM Ian Rogers is a renowned journalist but works also as a coach for the Australian womens team | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

    • After winning four in a row Irans women team suffered the first defeat at the Olympiad against Hungary | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)

    • Melanie Ohme (Germany) is one the Olympiads ambassadors | Photo: Georgios Souleidis (chess24)


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