The champion of Lithuania 2019 became the team ŠK “Vitražas” (Vilnius). International Grandmaster Andrei Valiuk (Belarus) became the winner of the Lithuanian Blitz Championship. International Grandmaster Arunas Norvaishas became the champion of Lithuania 2019 in Blitz. (more…)
In Miami, Florida (USA) from April 3 to 6, 2020 the first ever international draughts-64 competition “Miami-open” will be held. The competition will include tournaments in pool checkers and the international/Russian version of draughts-64.
In Lisbon (Portugal) from October 1 to 7, 2020 the VII TAFISA World Sports Games will be held. As part of the games, tournaments in three types of draughts-64 will be held: Portuguese, Brazilian and Russian. Competitions in draughts-64 will have the status of the Stage of the World Cup 2020.
Updated calendar published HERE
Following Draughts tournaments was held in Saarbrücken (Germany) from 15th to 17th November 2019:
Draughts-64 (Brazilian version): 10th Open German Draughts-64 Championship (15th – 17th November 2019).
Draughts-100: 14th Saarbrücken Open Draughts-100 Tournament (16th November 2019).
International master Philip Vasilevsky (Russia) became the winner of the 10th Open German Draughts-64 Championship. IDF master Alexander Bleicher became the champion of Germany 2019.
3rd French Open Draughts-64 Championship (Russian version) was held from 9th to 11th November 2019 in Toulouse (France). Competitions were held according to the Swiss system in 7 rounds with a time control of 25 minutes + 5 seconds per move.
The international master Philip Vasilevsky (Russia) became the winner of the 3rd French Open Draughts-64 Championship. IDF master Pierre Monet became the champion of France 2019.
The 26th TAFISA World Congress was held in Tokyo (Japan) from November 13 to 17, 2019 and brought together more than 600 participants from 78 countries. Read more HERE
On 15 November, during the 26th TAFISA World Congress, the TAFISA General Assembly was held. General Assembly approved the Malaysia Sport for All Association (MASFA) and the city of Kuching, Sarawak (Malaysia) as organizers of the 1st TAFISA Asian Sport for All Games 2022. The German Olympic Sport Confederation (DOSB) was confirmed as the host of the 28th TAFISA World Congress 2023 in Düsseldorf. The General Assembly also elected the Russian Olympic Committee to host the 8th TAFISA World Sport for All Games 2024 in Nizhny Novgorod (Russia). (more…)