List of Women's Draughts-64 World Championship winners

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The Women's Draughts-64 World Championship has been organized by the World Draughts Federation (FMJD) since 1993 for Brazilian and Russian draughts. The first and almost other championships was held in Russian draughts. In Brazilian draughts was held championship in 2007 and in 2018.

World Draughts Federation

The Fédération Mondiale du Jeu de Dames is the international body uniting national draughts federations. It was founded in 1947 by four Federations: France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland.

Brazilian draughts

Brazilian draughts is a variant of the strategy board game draughts. Brazilian Checkers follows the same rules and conventions as International draughts, the only differences are the smaller gameboard, and fewer checkers per player.

Russian draughts variant of draughts played in the former USSR, Eastern Europe, and Israel

Russian draughts is a variant of draughts (checkers) played in Russia and some parts of the former USSR, as well as parts of Eastern Europe and Israel.

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Since 2003 took place Draughts-64 World Championship in formats blitz (3 min + 2 sec) and rapid (7 min + 5 sec) also.

Classic

NumberYearTypeCountryGoldSilverBronze
11993Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Kerch Flag of Russia.svg Ekaterina Bushueva Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Latvia.svg Anastasia Vinogradova
21994Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Alushta Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Lithuania.svg Vladislava Androloits Flag of Ukraine.svg Olga Reinish
31996Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Alushta Flag of Ukraine.svg Olga Reinish Flag of Russia.svg Ekaterina Bushueva Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova
41997Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Alushta Flag of Russia.svg Ekaterina Bushueva Flag of Ukraine.svg Natalia Esina Flag of Ukraine.svg Ludmila Sivuk
51999Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Simferopol Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Russia.svg Ekaterina Bushueva Flag of Ukraine.svg Ludmila Svir
62001Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Alushta Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Borisova Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Ukraine.svg Ludmila Svir
72003Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Antonina Langina Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Ukraine.svg Ludmila Svir
82005Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Dneprodzerzhinsk Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko Flag of Ukraine.svg Olga Reinish
92006 (Match)Russian Flag of Poland.svg Nidzica Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova match with Flag of Russia.svg Antonina Langina 2 : 1
102007Brazilian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova
112009Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Rubizhne Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Fedorova Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko
122011Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Fedorova Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko
132013Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Russia.svg Stepanida Kirillina Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko
142015 [1] Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Scovitina Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova
152017 [2] Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Scovitina Flag of Belarus.svg Darja Fedorovich
162018 [3] Brazilian Flag of Turkey.svg Izmir Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Korotka Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Liu Pei
172018 [4] Russian Flag of Russia.svg Nizhnevartovsk Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Korotka Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Bupeeva Flag of Russia.svg Matrena Nogovitsyna
182019 [5] Russian Flag of Bulgaria.svg Sveti Vlas Flag of Belarus.svg Yana Yakubovich Flag of Belarus.svg Darja Fedorovich Flag of Belarus.svg Anastasiya Baryshava

Rapid

NumberYearTypeCountryGoldSilverBronze
12003Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Ukraine.svg Ludmila Svir Flag of Ukraine.svg Olga Reinish
22005Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Dneprodzerzhinsk Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Fedorova Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova
32007Brazilian Flag of Poland.svg Mlawa Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Russia.svg Stepanida Kirillina
42009Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Rubizhne Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Korotka Flag of Russia.svg Stepanida Kirillina
52011Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Fedorova Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko
62013Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Stepanida Kirillina Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova
72015 [6] Brazilian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Sofia Morozova Flag of Belarus.svg Darya Fedorovich Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva
82017 [7] Brazilian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Scovitina Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Belarus.svg Anastasiya Baryshava
92018 [8] Brazilian Flag of Turkey.svg Izmir Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Russia.svg Saiyyna Popova Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Korotka
102018 [9] Russian Flag of Russia.svg Nizhnevartovsk Flag of Russia.svg Matrena Nogovitsyna Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Russia.svg Kristina Vatolina
112019Russian Flag of Bulgaria.svg Sveti Vlas Flag of Belarus.svg Darja Fedorovich Flag of Belarus.svg Vera Khvashchynskaya Flag of Moldova.svg Cristina Zaruba

Blitz

NumberYearTypeCountryGoldSilverBronze
12003Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Borisova Flag of Ukraine.svg Olga Reinish
22005Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Dneprodzerzhinsk Flag of Russia.svg Antonina Langina Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova
32007Brazilian Flag of Poland.svg Mlawa Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Russia.svg Stepanida Kirillina
42009Russian Flag of Ukraine.svg Rubizhne Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Miskova Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Korotka Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Fedorova
52011Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Russia.svg Stepanida Kirillina Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova
62013 [10] Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Stepanida Kirillina Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktoriya Motrichko
72015 [11] Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Scovitina Flag of Russia.svg Zhanna Sarshaeva Flag of Russia.svg Nika Leopoldova
82017 [12] Russian Flag of Russia.svg St.Petersburg Flag of Moldova.svg Elena Scovitina Flag of Russia.svg Sofia Morozova Flag of Belarus.svg Vera Khvashchynskaya
92018 [13] Brazilian Flag of Turkey.svg Izmir Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Korotka Flag of Ukraine.svg Yulia Makarenkova Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Guan Ylyang
102018 [14] Russian Flag of Russia.svg Nizhnevartovsk Flag of Ukraine.svg Olena Korotka Flag of Russia.svg Matrena Nogovitsyna Flag of Russia.svg Kristina Vatolina
112019Russian Flag of Bulgaria.svg Sveti Vlas Flag of Belarus.svg Yana Yakubovich Flag of Belarus.svg Darja Fedorovich Flag of Belarus.svg Vera Khvashchynskaya

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