This three-time winner from the Scottish Women’s Chess Tournament and joint winner from the 1983 Uk Women’s Chess Tournament continued to earn the title of Woman FIDE (Globe Chess Federation) Get better at. In the first 1980s, she started contending for both New Zealand and her indigenous Scotland in various Chess Olympiads. During this time period, she also gained a Ph.D. in Astrophysics. She co-wrote a 2004 publication entitled Chess for Kids. Born and elevated in Scotland (as Helen Scott), she later on resolved in New Zealand. She was the 2012 feminine winner from the Oceania Chess Tournament; Zhao Zong-Yuan was the 2011 champion of the same event’s men’s competition.