WCM (2008); WFM (2010); WIM (2012); WGM (2013).
Medina came =1st at the World Junior Championship (Girls) (2012), but placed 4th on tiebreak behind the winner, WGM Qi Guo; runner up, WGM Nastassia Ziaziulkina and 3rd-placed IM Anastasia Bodnaruk. Subsequently she played in the Satka 2012 IM Tournament in Russia, placing outright second with a score 6.5/9, a half point behind Kazakh GM Rustam Khusnutdinov, with whom she drew their individual game. Then she represented Indonesia on board 1 at the Chess Olympiad (Women) (2012) in Istanbul, scoring 6.5/10. Her results from the World Junior (Girls) 2012, Satka and the 2012 Olympiad added 93 rating points to her card. In the Makita Women's Match 2012 between Indonesia and France, she scored 3.5/4 against the French players, adding 22 rating points to her card and being a major part of her team's victory. She came 2nd at the Women's Asian Zonal 3.3 in January 2013, but failed to qualify for the next Women's World Championship knockout tournament to be held in 2014, as only the winner of the tournament qualified. She scored an excellent 8/13 (+6 -3 =4) at the World Junior Championship (Girls) (2013), adding 18 rating points to her resume at the time.
In April 2014, Medina scored a strong 6/9 at the International Open in Kuala Lumpur, placing =9th, a point behind the winner, Dutch GM Sergei Tiviakov.
Wikipedia article: Medina Warda Aulia