Saturday, October 8, 2011

2011 FIDE Women's Grand Prix - Nalchik

From the official FIDE website:

The third stage of Grand-prix FIDE among women has been opened in Nalchik
Saturday, 08 October 2011

The third stage of grand-prix FIDE among women took the start in Russian town Nalchik. On Saturday evening in hotel “Sindika” the ceremony of solemn opening and the draw of the tournament took place.

The president of Kabardino-Balkarian republic Arsen Kanokov warmly greeted the guests. “Big chess tournaments, which are held in Nalchik, have favorable influence on the image of Kabardino-Balkaria and all the North Caucasus; – he said – Each year we look forward to these measurements and we want the tradition of their holding in our republic to be continued. Besides, we discussed with Kirsan Ilyumzhinov the possibility of including chess to the system of school education.”

The president of FIDE Kirsan Ilyumzhinov pointed out that during these years Nalchik has become the world chess center. Also the ground of Kabardino-Balkaria turned out to be lucky for Russian female chess players. In 2008 in Nalchik after the 20 years break Alexandra Kosteniuk won world chess crown for Russia, becoming the winner of the world chess championship. And last year Tatiana Kosintseva was the winner of grand-prix stage. In Kabardino-Balkaria its own champions have already appeared, and after including chess as the extra curriculum subject in schools program of the republic there will be even more of them. After that he declared the tournament to be opened.

The playing days will be from 9-12, 14-17, 19-21 of October. The rounds will start at 15.00 Moscow time.
We remind that Nalchik [where?] hosts big chess tournaments for the fourth time. The woman world championship, male and female stages of Grand-prix were held here.

A Lazy Afternoon

A photo-essay of my afternoon.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed living it :)

After working up a drip drip drip sweat cutting the grass out front (10:30 - 11:30 a.m.) taking the full brunt of the sun, I took a little break and posted here.  Then I headed out to the DISASTER AREA known as my back yard.  It's a mess since the wind storms that came through next week, chasing out the prior week's gloomy wet, cool weather.  Now I've got half-foot tall grass and what seems to be half a foot of branches from my mini-forest that must be cleaned up before I can give everything a once-over with the lawnmower out.

Messy yard!  How many branches and twigs can you count?  Way too many! Work work work - tomorrow.
I had the best of intentions.  I pulled out one of my yard waste containers on wheels and the rake!  I had my nasty dirty big fat yard work gloves on. But raking felt beyond me today.  So, I did the next best thing.  I gave the deck a sweep, scrubbed down the plastic table and chairs -- the table has developed two cracks radiating out from the hole where the umbrella goes that weren't there a few weeks ago.  Damn! 

See!  I actually was working, darlings!  Yard waste container (on wheels), stuffed
full of yard waste stuff, my trusty old brass dust pan and a worn down broom used
to clean off the deck.  The rake is out of range.
And then I set up for an afternoon of relaxing.  Up went the umbrella.  It got very warm today -- 81 degrees F!  Amazingly enough, I don't think we got near to breaking any temperature records.  There was a breeze from the south but also humidity.  I hooked up the hose and cleaned out the bird baths.  It wasn't long before my feathered friends visited the fresh water en masse.  There's just something about that water fresh from the hose -- pouring a 2 gallon bucket of clean water every day into the baths just isn't the same, it seems...

Hooked up the big Acer laptop from upstairs (that I haven't used for awhile), got my wine, arranged my chairs so I could put my feet up, and went to work.

The grass was dry, amazingly enough, after all the rain we received over a week ago now, and so even though it's October I never deprive my grass of anything.  I put the sprinkler on.  I may have to rob Fort Knox to pay my water bill the coming quarter.  Oh well.  Back and forth, back and forth, the hypnotic rhythym of the arcs of water and the delicious scent of dry earth soaking up moisture had its usual salutory effect on yours truly.  I fell asleep.

Hazelnuts for squirrels in yellow cup, cheap wine glass half-filled with cheap pink wine (my favorite),
Acer netbook, empty popcorn bag.  Behind the wine glass you can see my ugly yard work gloves.
In the background on the right you can see the concrete birdbath, freshly cleaned out. 
Woke up to a squirrel sitting a foot away from me with one paw up, begging for a hazelnut. It was an older squirrel, not one of the latest crop of babies just down from the double BIG tree that haven't quite figured out yet what "nuts" are... He (or she) wasn't afraid of me -- the baby squirrels still are. He (or she) waited patiently as I went through the process of putting my feet down, rose from my chair, stepped into the kitchen just a patio door and a few feet away and grabbed a handful of hazelnuts out of the box on the counter (I order 25 pounds at a time for my furry little friends). He (or she) was a very happy little squirrel after I stepped back outside.

The grass is happy once again, too.  I moved the sprinkler around as the hours ticked by and most of the yard and what's left of the perennials got a good drink.  I checked out some things online, sent some emails.  I did some research.  I switched over to my little Acer netbook (I love that netbook) and turned on Smooth Jazz Online. The smooth jazz sound makes me very happy.  Everything and everyone was happy this afternoon in my backyard :)

Eat your heart out, Natalie Portman.  Despite the fact that your eyes are exactly the
same color as mine, you will NEVAH look like me, darling.  NEVAH!
About 4 p.m. I pulled out the very first issue of Vogue I received a few days ago on my brand spanking new subscription (ordered during a fit of madness that seems to have taken a strong grip on me of late).  Eighty-five pages later, I finally come across the Table of Contents.  The ads fascinate me.  So much airbrushing.  Julia Roberts, in one of the make-up ads, cannot possibly have the face of a six month old baby...
The angle of the sun says sunset is less than two hours away...Sigh.  The quality
of the light is breathtaking, wish I could capture it better in a photograph...
As the sun started sinking in the southwest at an impossibly early hour, I sighed and slowly started gathering my gear together.  Then I stopped and rested for another 30 minutes.  The quality of the light this time of year is so breathtakingly beautiful.  I loved how irridescent some of the leaves looked with the fading light bouncing off; I loved the play of light and shadow on sights so familiar to me after 21 years of living here I could probably describe them in minute detail in writing if my life depended upon it.

The contrast of shade and light always catches my eye.  Birds nested this year in the bird house
sitting on the post, near lower center of the photo.  I did not invade their privacy while in residence.  Now
they've moved out.  In the distance is the cell phone tower where the local hawk population hangs out.
I ran into the house and got the Nikon digital camera I spent a mini-fortune on in 2006, or 2007 - or whenever.  It's practically an antique now, darlings.  I don't care.  It feels rich in my hands.  I snapped photos here and there. 

The double tree is shadowed now, as is the wild grape wine growing on the fence.  Today I noticed the
first grape vine leaves turning yello.  Neighbor's windows are open, as mine are!  It's wonderful to air
out the house.  The long shadow of the satellite dish on neighbor's roof signals sun going down soon!

That light - it just drew me in.  The sapling is glowing and translucent in the sunlight.
Close-up of the sapling caught in the rays of the sinking Sun.   Look how the light is
bouncing around the leaves!  How many different shades of green in this one image...
Tomorrow is another day, and I'll be outdoors again, but this time I'll have to rake up the storm debris and cut the grass out back before I can put my feet up.
My little haven on the deck, now bathed in shadows of the sinking sun.
But I will put my feet up. I'll have the first game of the Brewers run for the National League Champion Title against those St. Louis Cardinals playing on one radio while listening to the Packers game on another.   I wish I could live with days like this forever.

2011 Indian National U-13 Girls Chess Championship

Taking place right now in New Delhi/  From Indian Sports News:

Under-13 Chess:  Monnisha Takes Sole Lead
Friday, 07 October 2011 17:09

New Delhi: [Excerpted] Defending champion G K Monnisha of Tamilnadu beat Hilmi Parveen of Kerala in the eighth round to take sole lead with seven points in the girls category of ongoing National Under-13 championship here at Kulachi Hansraj Model School on Friday.

Playing with white pieces, Monnisha displayed a finely crafted middle game in Scandinavian defence to overcome her Kerala rival in 56 moves while top seed and overnight joint leader Ivana Maria Furtado failed to produce a decisive result in her favour against Tripura rival Shiny Das in a Tarrasch variation of French Defence game and signed the peace treaty in 50 moves. This crucial results in the eighth round enabled Monnisha to take the slender half point lead over Ivana. Ivana is occupying the lone second spot in the point table with six and half points.

Important Results :

Round-8 Girls : Shiny Das of Tripura (6) drew with Ivana Maria Furtado of Goa (6.5); Monnisha G K of Tamilnadu (7) beat Hilmi Parveen of Kerala (5.5); Rutja Bakshi of Maharashtra (6) drew with Mahalakshmi M of Tamilnadu (6); Shoumi Mukerjee of West Bengal (6) beat Anigani Kavya of Andhra Pradesh (5.5); Vaishali R of Tamilnadu (6) beat Deekshidha P S of Tamilnadu (5); Manjula R of Tamilnadu (5) lost to Ashwini U of Tamilnadu (6); Divya Garg of Maharashtra (5) lost to Megha Gupta of Gujarat (6); Gange Tanmayee of Maharashtra (5.5) drew with Dharani Sree R of Tamilnadu (5.5); Tarini Goyal of Chandigarh (5.5) beat Sunyasakta Satpathy of Orissa (4.5); Varshini V of Tamilnadu (5) drew with Chandreyee Hajra of West Bengal (5); Priyamvada Karamcheti of Andhra Pradesh (5.5) beat Asmita Das Munshi of West Bengal (4.5); Divya Lakshmi R of Tamilnadu (4.5) lost to Nishi Mahalaxmi Iyer of West Bengal (5.5); Meghna C H of Kerala (4.5) lost to Akankhya Kabi of Orissa (5.5); Saughanthika A S of Tamilnadu (4) lost to Smaraki Mohanty of Orissa (5); Kavisha S Shah of Gujrat (4.5) drew with Varsha C K of Tamilnadu (4.5).

Forensic Archaeology: Excavating Tombs and Graves in Ancient Egypt

Those oh so cool academics at the University of London are at it again, darlings!  I just love Richard Barritt.  Richard, are you married or involved in a serious relationship of a romantic nature?

I wasn't able to download here the beautiful PDF announcement sent to me, unfortunately.  Here is information on the October 22, 2011 one-day workshop from The Egypt Exploration Society's website. I sure hope the registration deadline wasn't two days ago!

Excavating Tombs and Graves in Ancient Egypt

Event Info

Host: Joyce Filer / University of London
Type: Education - Lecture

Time and Place

Start Time: Saturday, 22nd October 2011, 11:00 am
End Time: Saturday, 22nd October 2011, 5:00 pm
Location: University of London, Hughes-Parry Hall
Street: Cartwright Gardens
City/Town: London WC1H 9EF
View Map

Contact Details

Phone: 07973 695 168


A study day presented by JOYCE FILER BA; Dip.Arch; M.Sc; M.Sc formerly Curator of Human & Animal Remains, Dept. of Ancient Egypt & Sudan, British Museum, London

Many people believe there cannot possibly be any more ancient tombs to be found in Egypt. Would you be surprised to learn that this is not true? There really are many more tombs, graves and mummies waiting to be discovered!

If you are interested in Egyptian archaeology and want to find out.... How we know where to find burials in Egypt? How we excavate and record them? What techniques are used to examine burials? What happens to the mummies and objects we find? Then this introductory and fun study day will answer these questions and more! You can also test your knowledge in a fun practical session!

Cost: GBP40 (includes afternoon refreshments)
Please note: places are limited
booking closing date: 6 October 2011

For further information please contact Richard (details above).
TO BOOK please use the form available to download by clicking the link above.

Cleopatra's Taking In Milwaukee!

Queen Cleo is coming to town big time, starting on October 14th, at the Milwaukee Public Museum.  Yes, folks, the people who saved our beloved institution from the brink of bankruptcy (there were even secret talks at one point about selling some of the collections to get money to keep going for a few more weeks!  SACRILEGE!)  and have turned it around big time, are bringing the citizens of Milwaukee and environs another block-buster special exhibition!

Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt

Black granite Ptolemaic sculpture
of a queen.  Could this be Cleopatra VII?
The world of Cleopatra VII, lost to the sea and sand for nearly 2,000 years, will surface in Milwaukee on October 14, 2011 when Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt opens its doors. The Milwaukee Public Museum will be the third stop on the exhibition’s world tour.

Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt features nearly 150 artifacts from Cleopatra’s time and helps visitors experience the present-day search for the elusive queen, which extends from the sands of Egypt to the depths of the Bay of Aboukir near Alexandria.

The exhibition is organized by National Geographic and Arts and Exhibitions International, with cooperation from the Egyptian Ministry of State for Antiquities and the European Institute for Underwater Archaeology (IEASM).

Check out this photo slideshow from Pulitzer Prize winning Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel online. 

Cleopatra Exhibit Statue Uncased At Milwaukee Public Museum

Exhibit Opens Oct. 14

POSTED: 3:04 pm CDT September 21, 2011
UPDATED: 5:12 pm CDT September 21, 2011

MILWAUKEE -- A large piece in the Milwaukee Public Museum's upcoming exhibit was uncased Wednesday. [photo]  Check out the slideshow from WISN Television, Milwaukee. 

The museum is getting ready for an exhibit called "Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt."

WISN 12 News cameras were there Wednesday as a 5-ton statue of a king from Cleopatra's era was uncrated.

The enormous weight was a big issue when the museum was planning the show.

"First, we had to have structural engineers come in and tell us whether we could actually put the weight onto the exhibit floor," said Ellen Censky of the Milwaukee Public Museum.

The exhibit will have 150 artifacts in all.

The Cleopatra exhibit opens at the Milwaukee Public Museum on Oct. 14 and runs through April.

For more information about the exhibit or to order tickets, go to

When you're Queen of Egypt, the world is not enough...

Beautiful Day!

Antique embroidered pachisi board on velvet with gold thread and jewels.

It's gorgeous here today and time for me to get out and do - YARD WORK. The jays are calling my name out back, PEANUTS, FEED US PEANUTS. Got go to. I probably won't be posting much here until this evening.
Eek - nearly 10 and I'm still in my PJs. Time to get a move on. Much is happening in the chess world and in our world too. Stay tuned, darlings, and enjoy your day! Over and out for now.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Three 4,000-5,000 Year Old Female Burials Uncovered in Kent

Major discoveries.  Note the photo below showing TWO henges, one of which appears to be untouched!  The description of the "triple pot" is also absolutely fascinating.  Are the women related?  Could they be mother and two daughters, for instance?  The ages seem about right.  But -- who knows.  We may never know, unless DNA testing is done on bone fragments from the three females' remains.  And that pot - I want to know more about that!

What is most incredible is that the British Isles have been one of the most intensively occupied countries for thousands of years, and yet all of these wonderful things continue to be discovered -- it seems nearly daily there is something in the archaeological news about this or that being uncovered.

From Discovery News
Prehistoric Teen Girl's Grave Found Near Henge
The finding of the 17-year-old girl's grave adds more evidence that henges were linked to death rituals.

By Jennifer Viegas
Thu Oct 6, 2011 02:31 PM ET

Four to five thousand years ago, a wealthy teenage girl was laid to rest in a grave at what archaeologists believe is a newly found henge in Kent, England.

The discovery of the 17-year-old's grave -- along with a unique prehistoric pot inside of a ringed ditch near two other women -- strengthens the idea that important death-related rituals took place at many of these mysterious ancient monuments when they were first erected.

"What is becoming clear is that with a series of major excavations in Kent linked to road and rail works, and new aerial photography, there are many circular earthworks that look part barrow and part henge, and like the one fully excavated example at Ringlemere (Kent), some of these may be both," said archaeologist Mike Pitts, publisher of British Archaeology, where a summary of the recent finds appears.

"This comes after many years in which archaeologists believed there were no henges in south-east England at all," Pitts told Discovery News.

Staff from Oxford Wessex Archaeology, during recent extensive excavations, discovered the early teen's grave on the Isle of Thanet, Kent, near what is now Manston Airport. The girl was buried laying on her side with flexed limbs, with an unusual pot standing by her right elbow.

Pitts explained that the pot consists of three small bowls joined together. Separately made pots were joined with bridging clay before decorating and firing, he suspects. Neil Wilkin, a researcher at the University of Birmingham studying early vessels, said the features of the pot confirm its suspected age and attribution.

Only one other example of multiple joined pots from the time has been seen before, Pitts said. In that other case, just two small bowls were attached together.

Two other women, aged 25-30 and 35-50, were also found buried inside the 72 feet-wide ditch. It remains unclear if the number of attached pots was somehow tied to the number of women found at the site. What is clear is that they must have been wealthy individuals. A conical amber button was located near the teenager's head. She might have then worn clothing bejewelled with amber accents.

A separate Kent excavation, near Maidstone, uncovered the new likely henge. Such monuments are seen across Britain, but this latest one may be only the second henge known to exist in south-east England.

The actual "circle" or henge is the one that is barely visible where one part of it touches the road -
the white line cutting across the northeast corner of the photo.. You can see the "indentation"
where the excavation is taking place.  The other smaller circle that is more clearly delineated
near the center of the field does not appear to have been touched!
Pitts said the henge "is 49 meters (161 feet) across with clear entrances at the north-west and south-east...Two parallel straight ditches were seen apparently preceeding the ring ditch on the west, and two lengths of enclosing ditch were also exposed."

Paul Wilkinson, who conducted the dig and is director of the Kent Archaeological Field School, found charcoal, bones and pottery laying on the surface of both ditch terminals. Some of the pottery was discovered crushed and in tight clusters with small fragments of burnt bone, suggesting the pots had been urns holding cremated remains.

"The clincher will be if it is Grooved Ware," said Pitts, who explained that this type of decorated pottery tends to be associated with many henges.

Kent may be home to even more henges, according to archaeologist Paul Hart of the Trust for Thanet Archaeology. He explained that "sandstone doggers (boulders) can be found in deposits which are exposed in the cliff of Pegwell Bay and may also exist in pockets along the southern coast of the Isle."

Accessibility to materials like these boulders, and the stones of Stonehenge, likely influenced where early monument builders worked. But henges made of wood were probably even more common, leaving behind what are now often difficult-to-detect traces of their existence.

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OHMYGODDESS!  The Brewers win against the Diamondbacks in the bottom of the 10th inning!!!!!

Now we will face either the St. Louis Cardinals or the Philadelphia Phillies, depending upon the outcome of their game.  That series will decide who is the National League Champion.

Be still my heart!

Winner advances to NLCS Sunday

Game Blog: Morgan drives in Gomez in 10th; Brewers win

Brewers 3, D'backs 2; Milwaukee advances to NLCS

We want the Cardinals to win.  We want home field advantage - and WE WANT REVENGE.  WE STILL REMEMBER 1982 WHEN THE CARDINALS STOLE THE WORLD SERIES FROM US.  Pay back would be a real bitch, wouldn't it...

Thursday, October 6, 2011

European Youth Chess Championships 2011

Girls U-18 Final Standings (9 Rounds):
Rk.NameFEDRtgPts.TB1 TB2 TB3
1MDAWFMBaciu DianaMDA21667.5240540.552.0
2GEOWIMArabidze MeriGEO23327.0230141.553.5
3ARMGevorgyan MariaARM20477.0227635.546.5
4RUSFMPustovoitova DariaRUS23156.0226639.551.5
5AZEGuliyeva SabinaAZE20076.0223737.547.0
6GEOWIMDanelia MariamGEO22596.0221537.047.0
7AZEWIMKazimova NarminAZE22456.0221236.547.0
8AZEWFMKhalafova NarminAZE20856.0220339.050.5
9ESPWFMCollado Barbas LauraESP20576.0217534.545.5
10LTUBatkovskyte DominykaLTU20926.0214234.544.0
11AZEWIMAbdulla KhayalaAZE22306.0214031.041.5
12ROUWFMFoisor Mihaela-VeronicaROU22056.0212635.545.5
13CZEWIMOlsarova KarolinaCZE21766.0210430.540.0
14CZEKolomaznikova BarboraCZE19855.5213034.044.0
15CZEWFMMiturova MagdalenaCZE20425.5211332.541.5
16NEDWarmelink EvieNED20435.5210835.045.5
17SUIDe Seroux CamilleSUI20575.5209734.545.5
18POLOstrowska DominikaPOL19425.0211735.545.5
19GREWIMPavlidou EkateriniGRE21895.0210937.047.0
20POLWFMAdamowicz KatarzynaPOL20775.0210534.044.0
21ESPPerera Borrego MarielaESP20805.0208135.044.5
22UKRWFMPetrova IrinaUKR21075.0205935.545.5
23ARMShakryan ZozanARM20065.0204232.540.5
24SRBMiladinovic LenaSRB20945.0201832.041.5
25ESTWCMNarva TriinEST20065.0198430.039.5
26UKRBezkorovaina MarijaUKR20234.5204234.043.0
27TURWCMKaya EmelTUR19944.5202935.545.5
28BLRFMStetsko LanitaBLR21374.5201335.546.5
29HUNWIMVarga KlaraHUN21834.5197432.041.0
30GERNguyen Minh ThuyGER19574.5197231.540.5
31POLGluszko MonikaPOL20774.5194931.040.5
32SVKWCMTurkova KarolinaSVK19814.5193530.539.5
33POLByrka JoannaPOL19254.5190930.541.0
34BULKrumova AniBUL19624.0203836.046.5
35CROIvekovic AnaCRO20094.0197134.543.5
36UKRYashchenko OlenaUKR18304.0194330.539.5
37ITASanteramo Alessia CITA17614.0193730.039.0
38SWEFransson AngelinaSWE19434.0192531.540.5
39TURTulay SerayTUR17844.0192429.538.5
40TURSanal SunaTUR17284.0191130.541.0
41ITAMessina RobertaITA19704.0186832.040.5
42SRBDizdarevic BarbaraSRB19624.0185230.038.0
43ROUVasilescu MariaROU18144.0181527.035.0
44SLOKolaric SpelaSLO21024.0179527.536.0
45ISLJohannsdottir Johanna BjorgISL18034.0175024.532.0
46ISRHaitovich AvitalISR19034.0173625.532.5
47LATOtikova ElinaLAT18573.5195933.043.0
48BULTsekova ViktoriaBUL18483.5192530.538.5
49TURArig BusraTUR18103.5188229.538.5
50SVKKantor RekaSVK19623.5185832.041.0
51BULAtanasova ElitsaBUL17283.5165124.032.0
52SRBPanic AnastasijaSRB18753.0171027.034.5
53MKDBejatovic BojanaMKD19923.0170725.033.0
54NORForsa EliseNOR17243.0167326.033.5
55BIHMilicevic DajanaBIH16823.0166523.030.0
56BIHPopadic MilicaBIH16223.0163525.532.0
57ALBTuzi BrunaALB15193.0161923.530.0
58BELGijsen MichelleBEL17243.0154220.528.0
59BIHPopadic MirjanaBIH15742.5159322.530.5
60PORLanca Sofia Martins CamachoPOR15642.5155823.530.5
61LUXKremer NadineLUX02.0156723.029.5
62ENGPritchard AbigailENG15522.0153723.030.5

Girls U-16 Final Standings (9 Rounds):
Rk. NameFEDRtgPts. TB1 TB2 TB3
1RUSSeverina MariaRUS21547.0229542.553.0
2UKRTantsiura MarjaUKR21387.0227641.552.5
3ISRWIMEfroimski MarselISR22217.0223136.046.5
4GERWFMOsmanodja FilizGER20397.0218935.546.0
5ESPWFMAranaz Murillo AmaliaESP22017.0218340.051.5
6GEOShamatava AnaGEO19776.5220138.048.5
7AZEWFMFataliyeva UlviyyaAZE21366.5218939.049.5
8POLWFMIwanow AnnaPOL21916.5217236.546.5
9UKRTkachova AnastasiaUKR19486.5213935.045.5
10POLWFMLach AleksandraPOL21776.0219641.051.5
11ROUGelip IoanaROU19646.0216537.047.5
12ROUWFMVisanescu Daria-IoanaROU20106.0208835.045.5
13RUSWIMBaraeva MarinaRUS21996.0207236.045.5
14ARMGaboyan SusannaARM18496.0205131.541.5
15BLRWIMZiaziulkina NastassiaBLR22965.5210135.045.5
16POLWCMLeks MariaPOL21085.5207839.550.5
17GREFragkou EleniGRE18695.5203134.544.5
18SWEBengtsson JessicaSWE18245.5202031.039.5
19TURCemhan KardelenTUR18885.5185427.535.5
20GEOGogishvili DeaGEO18745.0206837.046.5
21FRAEid MahaFRA20815.0203439.050.0
22HUNJuhasz BarbaraHUN20885.0200538.048.5
23GEOKobeshavidze LikaGEO19495.0199631.041.5
24ESPWFMCerrato Torrijos MariaESP20975.0198936.547.5
25ARMMirzabekyan SvetlanaARM18235.0195731.040.5
26RUSWFMBaraeva IrinaRUS21875.0192935.543.5
27FRAMonpeurt CyrielleFRA20115.0192635.545.5
28BELMabille NatachaBEL18485.0192231.539.5
29MDACazacu GabrielaMDA17215.0191331.541.0
30GEOUnapkoshvili NaniGEO19905.0189429.536.5
31NEDThoma SophiaNED19225.0188732.040.5
32SUIStoeri LauraSUI19555.0186530.039.5
33CROVujnovic PatricijaCRO19405.0186228.038.0
34BULGalunova TsvetaBUL20365.0185532.041.5
35RUSKhvorostova AnnaRUS19514.5203835.545.5
36AZEIbrahimova SabinaAZE21084.5188035.045.5
37POROliveira Maria InesPOR18734.5186929.540.0
38ISRFederovski AdiISR04.5182928.537.0
39ISRSadevich RachelISR18894.5182328.036.0
40ITAChiarion ElisaITA20124.5182131.040.0
41POLCyboran KatarzynaPOL17874.5180732.040.0
42BULDragieva DenitzaBUL19924.5180530.038.5
43TURDurmaz Ayca FatmaTUR18164.5174128.038.5
44RUSWFMTomnikova LidiaRUS20924.0193035.545.0
45ENGFoster Chantelle LENG17274.0192034.544.0
46RUSTskhadadze AnnaRUS18064.0190534.542.0
47BLRNevioselaya MariaBLR19894.0185430.040.5
48LTUMisiuk IvonaLTU16564.0182232.542.0
49ARMSevachyan MariettaARM04.0182131.541.0
50CZEJohnova EliskaCZE17704.0178129.038.0
51SCORoy AliSCO18014.0177832.540.0
52AZESoyunlu NarminAZE18264.0174426.535.0
53CROKukic LoraCRO18023.5180632.541.5
54SRBZarkovic MilaSRB20253.5180435.044.0
55LATMatisone DanaLAT16073.5179832.541.5
56BIHMahmutbegovic NadinaBIH16433.5175831.038.0
57MNEBacic KristinaMNE18103.5175530.039.0
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60TURGurcan AytolunTUR16503.5170328.537.5
61SLOCarli LaraSLO15993.5169024.031.5
62TURSoydan BusraTUR17473.5166930.037.0
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64NORHaukenes AliseNOR16203.5165623.029.5
65UKRProtsiuk SvetlanaUKR18173.5157821.530.0
66TURAlev Gonulden SedaTUR16303.0170029.537.0
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