8th Annual WIM Ruth Haring National Tournament of Girls State Champions

A Zoom gallery of many of the Haring participants.

Event Date: July 25-26, 2020
Location: Online via Chess.com

CURRENT ENTRANTS LIST: please click here.


Pairings: HaringRockefeller, Denker, Barber,  Seniors

Standings: Haring, Rockefeller, Denker, Barber, SeniorsWeeramantry (2200+), Weeramantry (1600-2199), Weeramantry (U1600)

Combined Events Team Standings: Click here


2020 Online Invitationals: Overview, Schedule, & Prizes

2020 Online Invitational: Rules

COVID-19 Update: please click here

2020 EVENT UPDATE: Please click here to access the document that was sent to all State Presidents and Scholastic Coordinators. It has all the information competitors will need for the 2020 online events being held this year and updates the information on this website.

 

The WIM Ruth Haring National Tournament of Girls State Champions (formerly the National Girls Invitational Tournament) is a tournament of champions for girls from across the United States. It is held annually in the model of the Denker and Barber Tournaments in conjunction with the US Open. The event features $10,000 in scholarships, as sponsored by longtime supporters Richard and Barbara Schiffrin.

Each state affiliate is invited to send one representative, a female player in grades K-12 who has demonstrated her ability in a manner satisfactory to the state affiliate. Each affiliate is encouraged to arrange for an alternate player to attend should the original selected player be unable to participate. If there are an odd number of players, the host state affiliate may include a second participant to complete the field of players.

The winner of the tournament receives the title of US Chess WIM Ruth Haring National Girls Champion of Champions. (In case of ties, co-champions shall be recognized.) The winner (or tiebreak winner if co-champions exist) will qualify for the World Youth or World Cadet Championship, if the player is eligible to join the US Chess delegation. She will also be seeded into the U.S. Girls Closed Championship, if she qualifies, and will also receive a scholarship and prizes, to be determined by the US Chess Women’s Committee, commensurate with available resources.

Click on the Information link below for full event details.

 

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