In 1961, Henryka Kornakowska took 11th in Vrnjačka Banja (Candidates Tournament, Nona Gaprindashvili won). In 1964, she tied for seventh/eighth place in Sukhumi (Candidates Tournament). In 1965, she married Vladimir Sokolov, and emigrated to Yugoslavia. In 1967, Henrijeta Konarkowska-Sokolov tied for eleventh/twelfth place in Subotica (Candidates Tournament, Alla Kushnir won).
She played thrice in Women's Chess Olympiads (once for Poland and twice for Yugoslavia):
- In 1963, at first board in second WChOlympiad in Split (+5 –4 =1);
- In 1969, at second board in fourth WChOlympiad in Lublin (+5 –1 =3);
- In 1972, at first reserve board in fifth WChOlympiad in Skopje (+2 –0 =5).
She won two individual bronze medals (1969 and 1972).
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