1967-1999

The following are the names of those who have won the RPS Emily Anderson Prize since the competition started in 1967.

1967 - 1999 / 2000 - to date


1999
Alina Ibragimova (Russia)

1998
Sara Trobäck (Sweden)

1997
Tamás András (Hungary)

1996
So-Ock Kim (Korea)

1995
Qing Guo (China)

1992
Sigrun Edvaldsdottir (Iceland)

1990
Elissa Koljonen (USA)

1988
Suzy Whang (Hong Kong)

1986
Birgit Jahn (East Germany)

1984
Takumi Kubota (Japan)

1982
Evgenia Popova (Romania)

1979
First: Cenek Pavlik (Czechoslovakia)
Joint third: Sergieu Schwartz (Israel) Peter Manning (Britain)
Fourth: Roland Daugereil (France)

1975
First: Daniel Zisman (Argentina)
Second: Mikko-ville Luolagau-Mikkola (Finland)

1971
First: Gil Sharon (Israel)
Second: Phillipe Pouvereau (France)
Third: Anne Bauer (Switzerland)

1969
Joint winners: Roberto Forte (Italy) Emmanuel Krivine (France)

1967
no prize awarded

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