List of Draughts-64 World Championship winners

The Draughts-64 World Championship is the world championship for Brazilian and Russian draughts. The championship has been organized by the World Draughts Federation (FMJD) since 1985, the last few championship organized by the International Draughts Federation (IDF). The first championship was in Brazilian draughts. In 1993 the first championship in Russian draughts was held. Since 1993 took place Draughts-64 World Championship in blitz, since 1998 in rapid.

Classic

Year Type Location Gold Silver Bronze
1985[1] Brazilian Galatina Aleksander Kandaurov Vladimir Vigman Duglas Diniz
1987[2] Brazilian San-Lorenzo Alexander Schwarzman Vladimir Vigman Rostislav Leschinsky
1989[3] Brazilian San-Lorenzo Alexander Schwarzman Vladimir Vigman Michail Rakhunov
1993 Brazilian Águas de Lindóia Alexander Schwarzman
Lourival Mendes França
Ion Dosca
Iser Kuperman
1993 Russian Pinsk Murodoullo Amrillaev Yuri Korolev Andrei Valyuk
1994 Russian Dzerzinsk Arkady Plakhin Victor Tereschenko Michail Fedorov
1996 Brazilian Belo Horizonte Alexander Schwarzman Ion Dosca Gennady Shapiro
1996 Russian Samarkand Gavril Kolesov Nicolay Mischansky Murodoullo Amrillaev
1997 Match (Russian) Minsk Gavril Kolesov Arkady Plakhinmatch result: 2–0
1997 Match (Brazilian) Kishinev Alexander Schwarzman Ion Doscamatch result: 15–9
1997 Brazilian Rovno Andrey Valyuk Markiel Fazilov Arno Uutma
1998 Russian Odessa Valery Grebenkin Andrey Valyuk Sergey Bonadikov
1999 Brazilian São Caetano do Sul Ion Dosca Igor Makarenkov Vitaly Gabrielyan
2000 Russian Odessa Gavril Kolesov Valery Grebenkin Arkady Plakhin
2002[4] Brazilian San Paulo Gavril Kolesov Andrus Kibartas Yuri Anikeev
2003 Russian Simferopol Yuri Korolev Gavril Kolesov Alexander Getmansky
2004 Match (Russian) Mirny Gavril Kolesov Yuri Korolevmatch result: 2–0
2004[5] Brazilian Ubatuba Yuri Anikeev Sergey Belosheev Ion Dosca
2005 Russian Eupatoria Andrey Valyuk Dmitry Tsinman Murodoullo Amrillaev
2006 Match (Russian) Yakutsk Gavril Kolesov Andrey Valyukmatch result: 2–0
2006 Russian Aktobe Nicolay Struchkov Sergey Belosheev Valery Grebenkin
2007[6] Brazilian Saarbrucken Nicolay Struchkov Oleg Dashkov Ion Dosca
2008[7] Brazilian Recife Alexander Schwarzman Yuri Anikeev Sergey Belosheev
2009[8] Russian Chelyabinsk Sergey Belosheev Vladimir Egorov Petr Chernishev
2011[9] Russian Saint Petersburg Oleg Dashkov Sergey Belosheev Alexander Georgiev
2012[10] Brazilian Lille Gavril Kolesov Nicolay Germogenov Oleg Dashkov
2013[11] Russian Saint Petersburg Nicolay Struchkov Gavril Kolesov Vladimir Egorov
2014[12] Match (Russian) Saint Petersburg Nicolay Struchkov Gavril Kolesovmatch result: 2–1
2015[13] Russian St.Petersburg Sergey Belosheev Andrey Valyuk Nikolay Gulyaev
2016[14] Brazilian São Paulo Alexander Georgiev Martin Dolfing Alexander Schwarzman
2017[15] Russian St.Petersburg Igor Mikhalchenko Andrius Kybartas Vladimir Egorov

Rapid

Year Type Country Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Russian Odessa Andrey Valyuk Nicolay Abatsiev Ivan Tokusarov
2009 Russian Chelyabinsk Sergey Belosheev Vladimir Egorov Dmitriy Tsinman
2011 Russian St.Petersburg Murodoullo Amrillaev Sergey Belosheev Vladimir Egorov
2013 Russian St.Petersburg Oleg Dashkov Sergey Belosheev Gavril Kolesov
2015[16] Brazilian St.Petersburg Arunas Norvaisas Sergey Belosheev Andrey Fedotov
2016[17] Brazilian São Paulo Alexander Schwarzman Alexander Georgiev Martin Dolfing
2017[18] Brazilian St.Petersburg Igor Mikhalchenko Gavril Kolesov Sergey Belosheev

Blitz

Year Type Country Gold Silver Bronze
1993 Brazilian Águas de Lindóia Iser Kuperman Alexander Schwartzman Vladimir Vigman
1998 Russian Odessa Ivan Tokusarov Gavril Kolesov Nicolay Abatsiev
2000 Russian Odessa Markiel Fazilov Gavril Kolesov Nicolay Abatsiev
2002 Brazilian San Paulo Gavril Kolesov Valery Grebenkin Aleksander Kandaurov
Yuri Anikeev
2003 Russian Simferopol Sergey Belosheev Gavril Kolesov Eugeny Novikov
2004 Brazilian Ubatuba Sergey Belosheev Yuri Anikeev Aleksander Kandaurov
2005 Russian Eupatoria Murodoullo Amrillaev Sergey Belosheev Maxim Fedorov
2006 Russian Aktobe Murodoullo Amrillaev Sergey Belosheev Alexander Kolin
2007 Brazilian Saarbrucken Oleg Dashkov Augusto Carvalho Andrius Kybartas
2008 Brazilian Recife Gavril Kolesov Ion Dosca Alexander Schwartzman
2009 Russian Chelyabinsk Gavril Kolesov Oleg Dashkov Dmitriy Tsinman
2011 Russian St.Petersburg Sergey Belosheev Eugeny Kondrachenko Andrey Valyuk
2012 Brazilian Lille Denis Shkatula Sergey Belosheev Gavril Kolesov
2013 Russian St.Petersburg Igor Mikhalchenko Oleg Dashkov Gavril Kolesov
2015[19] Russian St.Petersburg Igor Mikhalchenko Nicolay Struchkov Sergey Belosheev
2017[20] Russian St.Petersburg Gavril Kolesov Igor Mikhalchenko Oleg Dashkov

References

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