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        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
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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.
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          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.
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          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.
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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.
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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.

				
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