List of Draughts World Championship winners

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The Draughts World Championship is the world championship in international draughts, since 1948 organised by the World Draughts Federation (FMJD).

Year Winner Nationality
1885* Alfred Dussaut  France
1886* Alfred Dussaut  France
1894* Alfred Dussaut  France
1895* Eugène Leclercq  France
1899 Isidore Weiss  France
1900 Isidore Weiss  France
1902 Isidore Weiss  France
1904 Isidore Weiss  France
1907 Isidore Weiss  France
1909 Isidore Weiss  France
1911 Isidore Weiss  France
1912 Alfred Molimard  France
1912 Alfred Molimard  France
1912 Herman Hoogland  Netherlands
1925 Stanislas Bizot  France
1926 Marius Fabre  France
1928 Benedictus Springer  Netherlands
1931 Marius Fabre  France
1933 Maurice Raichenbach  France
1934 Maurice Raichenbach  France
1936 Maurice Raichenbach  France
1936 Maurice Raichenbach  France
1937 Maurice Raichenbach  France
1938 Maurice Raichenbach  France
1945 Pierre Ghestem  France
1947 Pierre Ghestem  France
1948 Piet Roozenburg  Netherlands
1951 Piet Roozenburg  Netherlands
1952 Piet Roozenburg  Netherlands
1954 Piet Roozenburg  Netherlands
1956 Marcel Deslauriers  Canada
1958 Iser Kuperman  Soviet Union
1959 Iser Kuperman  Soviet Union
1960 Vyacheslav Shchyogolev  Soviet Union
1961 Iser Kuperman  Soviet Union
1963 Iser Kuperman  Soviet Union
1963 Baba Sy  Senegal
1964 Vyacheslav Shchyogolev  Soviet Union
1965 Iser Kuperman  Soviet Union
1967 Iser Kuperman  Soviet Union
1968 Andris Andreiko  Soviet Union
1969 Andris Andreiko  Soviet Union
1971 Andris Andreiko  Soviet Union
1972 Ton Sijbrands  Netherlands
1973 Ton Sijbrands  Netherlands
1974 Iser Kuperman  Soviet Union
1976 Harm Wiersma  Netherlands
1978 Anatoli Gantvarg  Soviet Union
1979 Harm Wiersma  Netherlands
1980 Anatoli Gantvarg  Soviet Union
1981 Harm Wiersma  Netherlands
1982 Jannes van der Wal  Netherlands
1983 Harm Wiersma  Netherlands
1983 Harm Wiersma  Netherlands
1984 Harm Wiersma  Netherlands
1984 Anatoli Gantvarg  Soviet Union
1985 Anatoli Gantvarg  Soviet Union
1986 Alexander Dybman  Soviet Union
1987 Alexander Dybman  Soviet Union
1988 Alexei Tsjizjov  Soviet Union
1989 Alexei Tsjizjov  Soviet Union
1990 Alexei Tsjizjov  Soviet Union
1991 Alexei Tsjizjov  Soviet Union
1992 Alexei Tsjizjov  Russia
1993 Alexei Tsjizjov  Russia
1994 Guntis Valneris  Latvia
1995 Alexei Tsjizjov  Russia
1996 Alexei Tsjizjov  Russia
1998 Alexander Schwartzman  Russia
2000 Alexei Tsjizjov  Russia
2003 Alexander Georgiev  Russia
2003 Alexander Georgiev  Russia
2004 Alexander Georgiev  Russia
2005 Alexei Tsjizjov  Russia
2006 Alexander Georgiev  Russia
2007 Alexander Schwartzman  Russia
2009 Alexander Schwartzman  Russia
2011 Alexander Georgiev  Russia
2013 Alexander Georgiev  Russia
2013 Alexander Georgiev  Russia
  • The first four mentioned championships (with a *) were international tournaments held in France, they are considered world championships because all leading players were presented in the tournaments.

Women's[edit]

Year Location Winner Nationality
1973  Netherlands Elena Mikhailovskaya  Soviet Union USSR
1974  Netherlands Elena Mikhailovskaya  Soviet Union USSR
1975  Netherlands Amsterdam Elena Mikhailovskaya  Soviet Union
1976  Netherlands Amsterdam Elena Mikhailovskaya  Soviet Union
1977  Netherlands Amsterdam Elena Mikhailovskaya  Soviet Union
1979  Netherlands Sneek Ljudmilla Sochnenko  Soviet Union
1980  Netherlands De Lier (Nederland) Elena Altsjoel  Soviet Union
1981  Soviet Union Riga (Latvia) Olga Levina  Soviet Union USSR
1982  Soviet Union Moscow Elena Altsjoel  Soviet Union USSR
1983  Poland Sandomierz Elena Altsjoel  Soviet Union USSR
1984  Soviet Union Tallinn Elena Altsjoel  Soviet Union USSR
1985  France Cannes Elena Altsjoel  Soviet Union
1986  Soviet Union Minsk Zoja Golubeva  Soviet Union
1987  Soviet Union Minsk Olga Levina  Soviet Union
1988  Soviet Union Yalta Zoja Golubeva  Soviet Union
1989  Netherlands Rosmalen Olga Levina  Soviet Union
1990  Soviet Union Pitsunda Zoja Golubeva  Soviet Union
1991  Belarus Minsk Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
1992  Ukraine Kiev Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
1993  Netherlands Brunssum Olga Levina  Ukraine
1994 Not held Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
1995 Mali Mali Bamako Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
1996  Netherlands Vught Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
1997  Poland Mińsk Mazowiecki Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
1999  Russia Yakutsk Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
2000  Netherlands Zutphen (Netherlands) Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
2001  Netherlands Velp Tamara Tansykkuzhina  Russia
2002  Latvia and  Russia Tamara Tansykkuzhina  Russia
2003  Netherlands Zoutelande Olga Kamyshleeva  Netherlands
2004  Russia Ufa Tamara Tansykkuzhina  Russia
2005  Italy Latronico Darya Tkachenko  Ukraine
2006  Russia and  Ukraine Darya Tkachenko  Ukraine
2007  Russia Yakutsk Tamara Tansykkuzhina  Russia
2008  Ukraine and  Russia Darya Tkachenko  Ukraine
2010  Russia Ufa Zoja Golubeva  Latvia
2011  Ukraine Rivne Tamara Tansykkuzhina  Russia
2013  Mongolia Ulan Bator Zoja Golubeva  Latvia

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