Belarusian Chess Championship

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The 65th Belarusian Chess Championship (65th) was held 18–28 February 1999. GM Viacheslav Dydyshko won the 12-player, single round-robin tournament (average Elo rating 2424), earning his tenth championship in 26 attempts.

# Year Champions (men)
1 1924 Solomon Rosenthal
2 1925 Solomon Rosenthal
3 1926 Konstantin Vygodchikov
4 1928 Vladislav Silich
5 1932 Nikolai Riumin
6 1933 Abram Manevich
7 1934 Vladislav Silich
8 1936 Gavril Veresov
9 1937 Vladislav Silich
10 1938 Abram Manevich
11 1939 Gavril Veresov
12 1941 Gavril Veresov
13 1947 Vladimir Saigin
14 1948 Ratmir Kholmov
15 1949 Vladimir Saigin
16 1950 Vladimir Saigin
17 1951 Vladimir Saigin
18 1952 Isaac Boleslavsky
Vladimir Saigin
19 1953 Vladimir Saigin
Alexey Suetin
20 1954 Vladimir Saigin
21 1955 Alexey Suetin
22 1956 Boris Goldenov
23 1957 Alexey Suetin
24 1958 Gavril Veresov
25 1959 Alexey Suetin
26 1960 Alexey Suetin
27 1961 Alexey Suetin
28 1962 Albert Kapengut
29 1963 Gavril Veresov
30 1964 Isaac Boleslavsky
31 1965 Viacheslav Dydyshko
32 1966 Abram Roizman
33 1967 Albert Kapengut
34 1968 Albert Kapengut
35 1969 Albert Kapengut
36 1970 Viktor Zheliandinov
37 1971 Viacheslav Dydyshko
38 1972 Viktor Kupreichik
39 1973 Viacheslav Dydyshko
40 1974 Evgeny Mochalov
41 1975 Vladimir Veremeichik
42 1976 Albert Kapengut
43 1977 Albert Kapengut
44 1978 Albert Kapengut
45 1979 Viacheslav Dydyshko
46 1980 Viacheslav Dydyshko
47 1981 Boris Malisov
48 1982 Viacheslav Dydyshko
Peter Korzubov
49 1983 Sergey Yuferov
Leonid Basin
50 1984 Boris Gelfand
51 1985 Boris Gelfand
52 1986 Rustem Dautov
53 1987 Ilya Smirin
54 1988 Viacheslav Dydyshko
55 1989 Aleksej Aleksandrov
56 1990 Aleksej Aleksandrov
57 1991 Evgeny Mochalov
Viacheslav Dydyshko
58 1992 No contest
59 1993 Alexei Fedorov
60 1994 Yury Shulman
61 1995 Alexei Fedorov
62 1996 Aleksej Aleksandrov
63 1997 German Kochetkov
64 1998 Viacheslav Dydyshko
65 1999 Viacheslav Dydyshko
66 2000 Andrei Kovalev
67 2001 Sergei Azarov
68 2002 Sergei Azarov
69 2003 Viktor Kupreichik
70 2004 Andrei Malyush
71 2005 Alexei Fedorov
72 2006 Viacheslav Dydyshko
73 2007 Aleksej Aleksandrov
74 2008 Alexei Fedorov
75 2009 Sergei Zhigalko
76 2010 Evgeny Podolchenko
77 2011 Andrey Zhigalko
78 2012 Sergei Zhigalko
79 2013 Sergei Zhigalko
80 2014 Kirill Stupak
81 2015 Kirill Stupak
82 2016 Vladislav Kovalev
83 2017 Alexei Fedorov
# Year Champions (women)
1 1928 S. Duner
2 1939 Shames
3 1952 G. Neviadomskaya
4 1954 G. Neviadomskaya
5 1955 Nekrasova
6 1957 Elena Lychkovskaya
G. Neviadomskaya
7 1959 L. Chuvashova
8 1960 Kira Zvorykina
9 1961 Galina Archakova
10 1962 Galina Archakova
11 1963 Galina Archakova
12 1965 Tamara Golovey
13 1966 Galina Archakova
14 1968 Galina Archakova
15 1969 Tamara Golovey
16 1971 G. Ozhigina
17 1973 Kira Zvorykina
18 1974 Tatiana Kostina
19 1975 Kira Zvorykina
20 1976 Tamara Golovey
21 1977 Irina Turapina
22 1978 Ludmila Tsifanskaya
23 1979 G. Ozhigina
24 1980 Irina Turapina
25 1981 Elmira Khorovets
26 1982 Tatiana Zagorskaya
27 1983 Tatiana Zagorskaya
28 1984 Elmira Khorovets
29 1985 Rakhil Eidelson
30 1986 Irina Botvinnik
31 1987 Elmira Khorovets
32 1988 Elena Zayats
33 1989 Rakhil Eidelson
34 1990 Ilaha Kadimova
35 1991 O. Lomakina
36 1992 Tatiana Zagorskaya
37 1993 Rakhil Eidelson
38 1994 Tatiana Zagorskaya
39 1995 Rakhil Eidelson
40 1996 Tatiana Zagorskaya
41 1997 Rakhil Eidelson
42 1998 Rakhil Eidelson
43 1999 Natalia Popova
44 2000 Natalia Popova
45 2001 Irina Tetenkina
46 2002 Anna Sharevich
47 2003 Rakhil Eidelson
48 2004 Rakhil Eidelson
49 2005 Anna Sharevich
50 2006 Natalia Popova
51 2007 Anna Sharevich
52 2008 Natalia Popova
53 2009 Natalia Popova
54 2010 Nastassia Ziaziulkina
55 2011 Anna Sharevich
56 2012 Nastassia Ziaziulkina
57 2013 Nastassia Ziaziulkina
58 2014 Lanita Stetsko
59 2015 Lanita Stetsko
60 2016 Nastassia Ziaziulkina
61 2017 Nastassia Ziaziulkina

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