FIDE Master (2011); International Master (2012); GM (2015) (aged 16 years 10 months 22 days).
Donchenko became a FIDE Master in 2011 and in IM in 2012. His three IM norms came within five weeks: at the 10th International Festival of Meurthe and Moselle - IM held in February where he scored 6/9, at the 83rd German Individual Championship held in early March 2012 with a score of 5.5/9, and at the European Championship (2012) where he scored 4/9.
His three GM norms came at the Baku Open (2014) in October, the 52nd Groningen Chess Festival 2014 A-Group with 8/9, racking up a TPR of 2803, and in February 2015 at the tournament in Århus, Denmark.
In March 2018, he competed in the European Individual Chess Championship. He placed 114th,4 scoring 6/11 (+4–3=4).5 He participated in the European Championship again in 2019, placing 103rd with 6½/11 (+5–3=3).6
Donchenko shared second with Gata Kamsky at the Biel Masters in July 2019 with 6½/9 (+5–1=3), half a point behind winner Amin Tabatabaei.7 Donchenko competed in the Barcelona Open 2019, held from 27 September to 5 October. He scored 7½/9 (+6–0=3) to take clear-first place
At the European Rapid (2021) he tied for first with, Paulius Pultinevicius, and Alexander Motylev
Wikipedia article: Alexander Donchenko