Born on 27th February 1994, in Jiangsu, China, Hou Yifan is a former chess prodigy and a chess grandmaster who has thrice won the title of Women's World Chess Champion. She is the youngest chess player ever to win that title as well as the youngest one to qualify for the Grandmaster title.
Participated at the FIDE Women's World Championship in Yekaterinburg and Chess Olympiad in Torino in 2006 as the youngest participant
Became the Woman Grandmaster in January 2007, and also the youngest National Women's Champion of China, the same year in June
Became Woman FIDE Master in January 2004
In August 2008, Hou earned the title of Grandmaster
Won the Women's World Championship in 2010, held in Hatay, Turkey, making her the youngest Women's World Chess Champion in the history
Rated amongst the top 100 players in the FIDE rating list in August 2014, and thus became the third woman to be ranked in the list, following Judit Polgár and Maia Chiburdanidze
Bagged two gold medals one in women's individual and the other in team event at the Asian Games, held in Guangzhou
James Ager Worthy was born on 27th February 1961. He is a retired professional basketball player from America. At present, he is employed as the assistant coach of team Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Bagged a gold medal playing for the national team in 1979 at the FIBA U-19 World Championship, held in Salvador
Became the NCAA Champion in 1982, held in New Orleans, Louisiana
Included in the NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player honors, in 1982
Proved instrumental to the team in winning the 1985, 1987 and 1988 NBA World Championship Series, held in the United States
Won the Bill Russell’s NBA Finals Most Valuable Player award in the year 1988
His name was inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006