These are the final results of the 2004 Youth Grand Prix
These are the final results of the 2003 Youth Grand Prix
These are the final results of the 2002 Youth Grand Prix
These are the final results of the 2001 Youth Grand Prix
Details of the Youth Grand Prix running since 2001 can be found here.
The previous system ran for three years from 1993; the end of the year was the British Go Congress.
Written in 2006
p>Will Brooks is the reigning British Youth Go Champion. He has now won the title for three years in a row, and so in 2007 will have the chance to take a record-breaking fourth title.
This page is going to profile some of the leading junior Go players in the UK. At the moment we just have a profile of Will Brooks, the British Youth Champion from 2004-2007.
For some time there have been several schools interested in playing Go on the Internet. However, they couldn't do it because the way their school networks were set up stopped them using Go servers like Pandanet-IGS and KGS.
Our Mentoring Scheme provides Go tuition to promising young players.
Go is game for two people, and is played with black and white pieces on a square board. The idea is to surround part of the board as your territory. If your territory is bigger than the other person's, then you win!