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|Jun-07-15|| ||PhilFeeley: The winner had to sing for her supper:
|Jun-07-15|| ||HeMateMe: Very nice. That was...some sort of traditional Russian folk song?|
|Aug-08-15|| ||sonia91: Now she is married to Pavel Tregubov:|
|Aug-08-15|| ||MissScarlett: Here's Tregubov in the company of sweet Ophelia: http://chess-news.ru/sites/default/...|
|Aug-08-15|| ||HeMateMe: Kosteniuk has dual Swiss-Russian citizenship.  She is married to Swiss-born Diego Garces, who is of Colombian descent|
|Aug-09-15|| ||cro777: Now she is married to 43-year-old Russian GM Pavel Tregubov, who has lived for many years in France. https://files-onlinechesslesso.netd...|
This is her second marriage. Her first marriage was to Swiss/Columbian Diego Garces. The two met when she was just sixteen and he was 25 years older. They have a daughter, Francesca-Maria http://en.chessbase.com/portals/4/f...
|Aug-09-15|| ||Harvestman: <<MissScarlett>: Here's Tregubov in the company of sweet Ophelia: http://chess-news.ru/sites/default/...|
That's Sophie Milliet.
|Aug-09-15|| ||joeyj: https://scontent-sea1-1.xx.fbcdn.ne...|
|Aug-09-15|| ||HeMateMe: Hmm...So, she took the older, wealthy man to the cleaners in a divorce and now has the correct relationship, a chess player, her own age and background? Older men never learn...|
|Aug-09-15|| ||MissScarlett: <That's Sophie Milliet.>|
Try and keep up: Sophie Milliet
|Aug-09-15|| ||cro777: Alexandra is participating at the 65th Russian Women's Superfinal which is being held in the southeastern Siberian city of Chita.|
This is GTRK Chita (a branch of Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company) report on the tournament and the opening ceremony:
Kosteniuk and Tregubov in the first row during the opening ceremony (frame location 05:33; time marker with the endtime at the begining)
|Sep-20-15|| ||waustad: OSG Baden Baden has really pulled out the stops. Their top scorer in the FBL last year, Eva Moser is staying closer to home this year, but they've added Alexandra Kosteniuk and Antoaneta Stefanova. Anna Zatonskih, who would be the first board on most teams in the league, is the #6 player. Of course, many of the top boards won't play very often, but the depth is rather extreme with Elena Sedina and Lisa Schut at #10 and #11 respectively.|
|Dec-22-15|| ||john barleycorn: from her profile:
<...she became the 14th Women's World Chess Champion ...>
According to her own website she was the 12th Women's World Chess Champion
|Apr-23-16|| ||TheFocus: Happy birthday, Alexandra Kosteniuk.|
|Jul-06-16|| ||posoo: NOW we have kabbitzers just ASUMING dat dis lady wants to pose NAKED for them in a mugazine!|
NOBODY GOS ON to Krumnik's page and asks to see HIM with no clofes on. WHY HERE?
|Oct-28-16|| ||cro777: Russian Chess Champion again 9 years later.
After winning 2 weeks ago the Russian Rapid Championship, this week Kosteniuk won the classical women's chess championship of Russia scoring 8.5/11. She secured the championship with a round to go.
Both champions (in menís and womenís competition) received the keys from Renault Kaptur cars, offered by the strategic partner of RCF, Renault Russia company.
Kosteniuk: "Previously I only won one Russian championship, in 2005. For some reason I was strongly motivated by the special prize, the Renault car, while the same could not be said about the money. When I found out that the champions will receive this car, I recalled that I don't have the Russian driver's license. Hopefully after this tournament I will fix the formalities, otherwise my husband will have to drive me around."
The last time Kosteniuk won the Russian championship was on the 27th of May 2005, 3 years before becoming women's world champion. In that championship, instead of a quick draw which would have guaranteed her first place, Alexandra went all out and won her last game against Kochetkova, which gave her clear first place with 9 points out of 11.
|Dec-08-16|| ||HeMateMe: Russia's Got Talent!
Don't give up the day job, ladies.
|Feb-23-17|| ||ketchuplover: hang in there young lady!|
|Mar-08-17|| ||cro777: On the eve of the International Womenís Day, Kosteniuk participated for the first time in the traditional blitz match between "Blondes" and "Brunettes" which took place in Moscow. The playing format was 8-rounds Scheveningen system with the time control 3′+2″.|
Brunettes: Alexandra Kosteniuk, Darya Pustovoitova, Marina Nechaeva, Daria Charochkina, Dinara Dordzhieva, Nadezhda Harmunova, Elmira Mirzoeva and Tatyana Bogumil.
Blondes: Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Olga Girya, Natalia Zhukova, Alina Bivol, Maria Fominykh (founder of the event), Irina Vasilevich, Dina Drozdova and Anastasia Eryshkanova.
In the team of brunettes Alexandra Kosteniuk was best with 6.5/8 points. Nevertheless, her team lost to blondes 30-34.
|Aug-22-17|| ||HeMateMe: I like this photo
|Sep-01-17|| ||HeMateMe: Is pre-school chess a valid Masters thesis topic?|
|Sep-01-17|| ||HeMateMe: from an Elle photo shoot
|Oct-24-17|| ||sonia91: She won the European Women's Blitz Championship in Monte Carlo with 10.5/13. Anna Muzychuk won the Rapid championship: http://www.fide.com/component/conte...|
|Feb-02-18|| ||HeMateMe: go Alex!
|Feb-03-18|| ||HeMateMe: Cosmo magazine, published in Russia:
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