Chess CV of Lyndon Bouah 2007 : Elected WP president for 2007 ( having served in this capacity since 2001 ( with 2005 not available ) :Proud President of the federation voted most successful Federation of the year in WP and the Western Cape :Manager/Trainer of World Under- 16 Youth Olympiad team event in Singapore : Joint Co-organiser of successful 2007 SA Open : Chairperson of WP Trainers Association : Winner of the Grabouw Open : Runner Up at the Steinitz Open : Club Captain of Steinitz Premier Team : Author of various Business Plans that reflects the future vision of Chessa 2 2006 Coach of various national champions Calvin Klaasen winner of SA Under 20; Laura Irving winner of ladies under 18; Coach of WIM Denise Frick, board one for SA Olympiad team; Captain of WP Men’s team that won the National Interprovincial title for sixth year running; Captain of Steinitz Chess Club that won the WP Premier league for 5th time; Coach of various WP Junior players; Convenor of training the trainer workshops in Cape Town, Boland and SWD; SWD Open champion; FIDE Trainer title awarded for coaching 2200-2400 players 2005 Ended in the top ten of the African Individual Championships in Zambia in November 2005 after beating IM K> Solomon and drawing with IM Amon Simutowe Two students Woman International Master – D Frick and with J Ellappen ended first and second respectively at the SA Ladies Closed. Student J Ellappen awarded the title of Women International Master after winning the African Junior Champs in Zambia 2005. 3rd placed at the Cape of Good Hope Open. Joint 3rd at the EP Open. 3 Winner of the 2004 WP club lightning championship with Steinitz Chess Club. Western Cape Sports Administrator of the Year. Fide Awarded “Candidate Master Title” in recognition of Olympiad result of 1992. Organizer of Norwegian Grandmaster Tour. 2004 University of the Western Cape wins the National Tertiary Sports Champs (SASSU) in Johannesburg in Dec. 2004. Chess South Africa President. Western Province President. SA Olympiad Captain to Spain. Western Province Captain to National Interprovincial Championship. Lesotho National Open champion. Centurion Open Champion. WP Captain that won the National Interprovincial for the 4th consecutive time. Runner-up with Steinitz in WP League. Undefeated in the WP Premier League. Winner of the 2004 WP club lightning championship with Steinitz Chess Club. National Coach of the Ladies Team to Spain for the Olympiad. 2003 Chess South Africa President. National Development Officer. 4 Captain of SA Team to All Africa Games in Nigeria 2003 October. WP President. Fide Development Committee member. Gauteng Vaal Champion. WP Open Runner up. Namibian Open Champion. WP Close Joint winner. Member of Winning National Club Championship team Steinitz. Organisor of National Club and National Interprovincial Championship. Captain of Western Province. Member of WP Team that won for the Third Consecutive time the National Interprovincial. 2002 Chess South Africa Vice- President. Chess South Africa National Development Officer. Western Province President. Convenor of Chess South Africa Transformation Committee. SA Olympiad Team Captain to Slovenia. SA Senior Ladies Coach to Slovenia. SA Coach to World Youth Olympiad in Malaysia. Organisor of National Interclub Championship. WP Closed Champion. Gauteng Vaal Open Champion. EP Rapid Open Champion. Member of Steinitz: Western Province League Campions. Captain of Western Province Member of WP Team that won the National Interprovincial. 5 2001 WP Closed Champion. WP President. Member of League Champion Team. 2000 Executive Member of WP. WP Open Champion. League Co-ordinator. Captain of Western Province Member of WP Team that won the National Interprovincial. 1999 League Co-ordinator for WP. 1998 Eastern Province Executive Member. Member of Western Province League Champions. 1997 EP Closed Champion. EP Executive Member. 1996 Attended the Karpov School of Chess in Sweden. Member of Press Corps at Olympiad in Armenia. WP Closed Champion. 1995 National Students Champion. Ended third at Kenyan Easter International Open. 1994 Member of Olympiad Team to Russia. WP Open Champion. Founder of Unified Student Chess Body. 1993 Ended second at African U-21 Championship in Kenya. 6 1992 Member of First Unified SA Chess Team to play at Olympiad in Philippines. UWC Sportsperson of the Year. 1991 – National Student Champion. 1995 1990 – SASSA Schools Champion. 1988 Eastern Schools Champion. In 1988 and 1989 Lyndon won the Bethelsdorp High School Sportsperson of the Year Award.