Zoja Golubeva

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Zoja Golubeva
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Born
Zoja Alexandrovna Sadovskaya

(1967-04-30) April 30, 1967 (age 52)
ResidenceLatvia
NationalityBelarusian, Latvian

Zoja Golubeva (born in Minsk on April 30, 1967 as Zoja Alexandrovna Sadovskaya) is a Soviet, Belarussian and Latvian draughts player in the International draughts. She was Women's World Champion in 1986, 1988, 1990–1992, 1994–2000, 2013, 2015, 2017. She became 16-time champion after winning in 2017; she was also Women's European Champion (2010 and 2012). Zoja Golubeva was also the winner of the International Draughts tournament at the 1st World Mind Sports Games. She is one of the highest ranking women in international draughts.[1]

In 1988, Golubeva married and moved to Latvia. She has a twin, Olga Sadovskaya, who is a Belarusian draughts player.

Sports achievements[edit]

World Championship[edit]

Year Host Competition Results
1986 Minsk, Soviet Union Match with Soviet Union Elena Altsjoel (+3=9-0)
1988 Yalta, Soviet Union Match with Soviet Union Olga Levina (+3=7-0)
1989 Rosmalen, Netherlands Tournament 2-3 place (+7=2-2)
1990 Pitsunda, Soviet Union Match with Soviet Union Olga Levina (+4=5-0)
1991 Minsk, Soviet Union Tournament (+6=5-0)
1992 Kiev, Ukraine Match with Ukraine Nina Jankovskaja (+3=7-0)
1993 Brunssum, Netherlands Tournament 5 place (+3=6-2)
1994 match not played, title awarded
1995 Bomako, Mali Tournament (+6=7-0)
1996 Vught, Netherlands Match with Netherlands Karen van Lith (+2-1)
1997 Mińsk Mazowiecki, Poland Tournament (+7=6-0)
1999 Yakutsk, Russia Tournament (+4=5-0)<ref>+ match Zoja Golubeva-Nina Hoekman-Tatiana Teterina (5:4:3)
2000 Zutphen, Netherlands Match with Netherlands Nina Hoekman (+3 sets, 0 set)
2001 Velp, Netherlands Tournament 11 place (+2=6-1)
2002 Riga, Latvia / Ufa, Russia Match with Russia Tamara Tansykkuzhina (+1 set, -2 set)
2003 Zoutelande, Netherlands Tournament 2 place (+6=6-1)
2005 Latronico, Italia Tournament 7 place (+3=5-3)
2007 Yakutsk Tournament 5 place (+6=6-3)
2010 Ufa Tournament (+3=7-0)
2011 Dniprodzerzhynsk, Ukraine Match with Ukraine Darya Tkachenko (+1 set, -2 set)
2011 Rovno, Ukraine Tournament 5 place (+3=10-0)
2013 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Tournament (+8=6-1)
2015 Astana, Kazakhstan Match with Russia Tamara Tansykkuzhina (+2=4-0)
2015 Wǔhàn, China Tournament (+6=8-1)
2017 Tallinn, Estonia Tournament (+6=9-0)

References[edit]

  1. ^ FMJD Archived July 24, 2011, at the Wayback Machine

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