Wednesday, July 13, 2011

20 aspiring Arbiter passed FIDE Exams

The results are officially out on the FIDE website! 20 aspiring Arbiters have passed the recent FIDE Arbiter Seminar thereby gaining one valuable norm towards becoming certified and recognized FIDE Arbiters.

The task now is to earn norms by arbitering at least three(3) FIDE Rated Events to complete the first step towards becoming a FIDE Arbiter. Currently, Malaysia only have one(1) certified FIDE Arbiter in FM Peter Long. Whilst we do have a handful of International Arbiters (IA) in the country, more than half of them have been listed as inactive by FIDE in their latest list.

Results for the Arbiter exam - including a short news, can be found at FIDE official website HERE.

The 20 attendees that passed the Arbiter exams were:
Najib Abdul Wahab (MAL)
Jax Tham Tick Hong (MAL)
Collin Madhavan (MAL)
Cheong Kok Love (MAL)
Eddy Kwan Nam Sang (MAL)
Tan Kok Liang (MAL)
Narayanan Krishnan (MAL)
Josephine Berago (MAL)
Khairunnisa Wahidduddin (MAL)
Loo Swee Leong (MAL)
Fong Choong Ee (MAL)
Lim Kian Hwa (MAL)
Yip Chin Chin (MAL)
Hamdan Osman (MAL)
Nik Ahmad Farouqi Bin Nik Abdul Aziz (MAL)
Nik Mohd Azrihan Bin Abdul Ghafar (MAL)
Rosdi Bin Zakaria (MAL)
Charles Lucas (MAL)
Mok Tze Meng (MAL)
Haslindah Ruslan (MAL)

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