Lubabalo N. Kondlo is a grandmaster in English draughts or American checkers and former South African national champion. His game against Ron King was the subject of the documentary King Me. In 2012 he won the silver medal, the gold being won by Alex Moiseyev, in American checkers at the SportAccord World Mind Games in Beijing. Kondlo won the 2014 World Qualifying 3-Move Tournament in Clarksville, Indiana edging out Sergio Scarpetta on head-to-head tie-breaker. Thanks to this victory, he earned the right to challenge defending champion Michele Borghetti in the 2015 3-Move World Title Match, held in Livorno. He lost 1–6.
Although there have not been nearly enough international test matches between countries, Lubabalo has played in:
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- 2014 WQT Official Standings. North Carolina Checker Association.
- The American Checker Federation
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