International Masters Vidit Gujarathi and S. P. Sethuraman shared the lead in the under-16 section while Delhi boys Aryan Chopra (under-8) and Vaibhav Suri (under-12) maintained their winning run after four rounds of the World youth chess championship at Antalya, Turkey, on Sunday.

Among the girls, Lasya Goli was the lone Indian in the lead after scoring her fourth successive victory in the under-12 section.

M. B. Prathima (girls under-8), M. Karthikeyan, Harshal Shahi (under-10), Ivana Furtado, Tejaswini Sagar (girls under-10), Tejas Ravichandran (under-14), P. V. Nandhidhaa, Pratyusha Bodda (girls under-14) and Debashis Das (under-16) were on 3.5 points.


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