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A New Ugandan Queen of Chess, 17-year-old Gloria Nansubuga Attains World Title

Uganda's new titled chess player, Gloria Nansubuga is only seventeen but is already making her mark. She recently attained the third-ranking (WFM) in world chess and the future is certainly looking bright. Katwe is gifting the world with a new Queen.

A New Ugandan Queen of Chess, 17-year-old Gloria Nansubuga Attains World Title
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