Chess grandmaster, two-time Olympic champion. She is considered by far the strongest female chess player in history. She has been elected as the member of the Immortal Hungarian Sports Legends and nominated as the Ambassador of the Hungarian Talent in 2014. She has been ranked the world number one female chess player for over 25 years, and on the occasion of this exceptional achievement she was awarded a Guinness Record. Her activities were acknowledges by the Prima Primissima award. In August 2014 she won the silver medal at the Chess Olympiad, and announced her retirement from competitive chess. Judit and her team has developed the Chess Palace educational programme using chess as an exceptional learning tool to facilitate development of children and to enable deploying their talent through chess. Judit is key to ensuring the success of the annual international Polgar Chess Festival which has been a renowned event for almost a decade. Founder of the Judit Polgar Chess Foundation.