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by Isaimozhi K | Updated May 23, 2022

Top Current Affairs of the day: 23 May 2022

Max Verstappen From Red Bull Wins Spanish Grand Prix

The reigning Formula One world champion, Max Verstappen, won the Spanish Grand Prix in a Red Bull. 

Highlights:

  • Max Verstappen, the reigning Formula One world champion, won the Spanish Grand Prix in a Red Bull to usurp Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, who retired with an engine problem while leading at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. 

  • After being told to allow his teammate to pass for a third victory in a row after Imola and Miami, Mexican Sergio Perez finished second, 13 seconds behind, but with the consolation of a bonus point for the best lap.

  • After racing wheel-to-wheel with Verstappen in a thrilling display of defensive driving as they battled for the second position behind Leclerc, Britain's George Russell finished third for a rejuvenated Mercedes.

Rhythm Mamania From Maharashtra Reaches Everest Base Camp At The Age Of 10

Rhythm Mamania, a 10-year-old champion skater from Worli, is one of the youngest Indian mountaineers to reach Everest Base Camp. 

Highlights:

  • Rhythm Mamania, a 10-year-old champion skater from Worli, is one of the youngest Indian mountaineers to reach the Everest Base Camp (EBC) in Nepal's Himalayan ranges. 

  • She is climbing the base camp with a group of teenage Indian climbers. Rhythm completed the hike to the base camp at an altitude of 5,364 meters in 11 days, a rare feat. 

  • Satori Adventures, a Nepal-based business, took Rhythm to base camp. A group of Kutch trekkers also joined him. 

  • Rishi Bhandari of Satori Adventures in Nepal arranged the 11-day expedition.

Indian GM R Praggnanandhaa Wins Over Magnus Carlsen For The 2nd Time This Year

In the Chessable Masters online rapid chess event, Indian GM Praggnanandhaa stunned world champion Magnus Carlsen for the second time in three months. 

Highlights:

  • In the Chessable Masters online rapid chess event, Indian GM Praggnanandhaa stunned world champion Magnus Carlsen for the second time in three months.

  • Praggnanandha, 16, defeated Magnus Carlsen for the first time at Airthings Masters, an online rapid chess event.

  • On Day 2 of the competition, Praggnandha increased his lead to 12 points, while Carlsen was second behind China's Wei Yi. 

  • The 16-man event also includes Abhimanyu Mishra, the world's youngest Grand Master.

  • In a Tarrasch variation game, Praggnanandhaa won with black pieces in just 19 moves, ending Carlsen's three-match winning streak at the Airthings Masters.

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