UABC student to represent Mexico in World Chess Championship

Prior to joining the Tijuana Campus team, the Big Horn participated in local, state, regional and national competitions

Photo by: Composición creada con foto de Carlos Alfredo Hernández Rendón e Internet

Carlos Alfredo Hernandez Rendon, student of the seventh semester of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Chemical Sciences and Engineering of the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC), Tijuana campus was selected to represent not only the maximum house of studies but also Mexico in the World University Chess Championship Online 2020.

This was announced through the Gaceta Universitaria of UABC, where it was reported that the Big Horn after applying in the call of the Consejo Nacional del Deporte de la Educación A.C. (Condde) was chosen to be part of the team that will represent Mexico in this sports event, which will take place from October 26 to 30.

On his Facebook account, Carlos announced this news and said he was happy for this achievement. He also said that he is preparing for this championship which is endorsed by the International University Sports Federation (FISU) and where the best in this discipline from different universities around the world compete.

Before joining the Tijuana Campus team, the UABC student participated in local, state, regional and national competitions in which he won bronze, silver and gold medals. However, as Carlos indicated, this is his last year as a university selective.

Without a doubt he is a #OrgulloCimarrón and pride for Baja California. Did you know about these competitions?

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