Chess
Federation
of Russia

World Chess Olympiads

Men's Team



2018 Batumi, Georgia - Bronze medals

Sergey Karjakin, Ian Nepomniachtchi, Vladimir Kramnik, Nikita Vitiugov, Dmitry Jakoveko. Head coach - Andrey Filatov.


2016 Baku, Azerbaijan – Bronze medals

Sergey Karjakin, Vladimir Kramnik, Evgeny Tomashevsky, Ian Nepomniachtchi, Alexander Grischuk. Head coach – Andrey Filatov.


2014 Tromso, Norway – 4th place

Vladimir Kramnik, Alexander Grischuk, Peter Svidler, Sergey Karjakin, Ian Nepomniachtchi. Head coach – Yury Dokhoian.


2012 Istanbul, Turkey – Silver medals

Vladimir Kramnik, Alexander Grischuk, Sergey Karjakin, Evgeny Tomashevsky, Dmitry Jakovenko, Head coach – Yury Dokhoian.


2010 Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia – Silver medals

Vladimir Kramnik, Alexander Grischuk, Peter Svidler, Sergey Karjakin, Vladimir Malakhov. Head coach – Evgeny Bareev.


2008 Dresden, Germany – 5th place

Vladimir Kramnik, Peter Svidler, Alexander Grischuk, Alexander Morozevich, Dmitry Jakovenko. Head coach – Alexander Bakh.


2006 Turin, Italy – 6th place

Vladimir Kramnik, Alexander Grischuk, Sergey Rublevsky, Evgeny Bareev, Peter Svidler. Head coach – Sergey Dolmatov.


2004 Calvia, Spain – Silver medals

Alexander Morozevich, Peter Svidler, Alexander Grischuk, Alexey Dreev, Alexander Khalifman, Vadim Zvjaginsev. Head coach – Sergey Dolmatov.


2002 Bled, Slovenia – Gold medals

Garry Kasparov, Alexander Grischuk, Alexander Khalifman, Alexander Morozevich, Sergey Rublevsky, Peter Svidler. Head coach – Nukhim Rashkovsky.


2000 Istanbul, Turkey – Gold medals

Peter Svidler, Sergey Rublevsky, Konstantin Sakaev, Alexander Grischuk, Alexander Morozevich, Alexander Khalifman. Trainer – Boris Postovsky.


1998 Elista, Russia – Gold medals

Sergey Rublevsky, Evgeny Bareev, Peter Svidler, Konstantin Sakaev, Alexander Morozevich, Vadim Zvjaginsev. Head coach – Boris Postovsky.


1996 Yerevan, Armenia – Gold medals

Garry Kasparov, Vladimir Kramnik, Evgeny Bareev, Peter Svidler, Alexey Dreev, Sergey Rublevsky. Head coach – Boris Postovsky.


1994 Moscow, Russia – Gold medals

Garry Kasparov, Vladimir Kramnik, Evgeny Bareev, Alexey Dreev, Peter Svidler, Sergey Tiviakov. Head coach – Boris Postovsky.


1992 Manila, Philippines – Gold medals

Garry Kasparov, Alexey Dreev, Alexander Khalifman, Sergey Dolmatov, Vladimir Kramnik, Alexey Vyzhmanavin. Head coach – Yury Razuvaev.

Women's Team



2018 Batumi, Georgia – 4th place

Alexandra Kosteniuk, Aleksandra Goryachkina, Valentina Gunina, Natalia Pogonina, Olga Girya. Head coach – Sergei Rublevsky.


2016 Baku, Azerbaijan – 4th place

Alexandra Kosteniuk, Valentina Gunina, Aleksandra Goryachkina, Natalia Pogonina, Olga Girya. Head coach – Sergei Rublevsky.


2014 Tromso, Norway – Gold medals

Kateryna Lagno, Valentina Gunina, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Olga Girya, Natalia Pogonina. Head coach – Sergei Rublevsky.


2012 Istanbul, Turkey – Gold medals

Tatiana Kosintseva, Valentina Gunina, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Natalia Pogonina. Head coach – Sergei Rublevsky.


2010 Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia – Gold medals

Tatiana Kosintseva, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Alisa Galliamova, Valentina Gunina, Nadezhda Kosintseva. Head coach  – Yury Dokhoian.


2008 Dresden, Germany – 4th place

Alexandra Kosteniuk, Tatiana Kosintseva, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Ekaterina Korbut, Natalia Pogonina. Head coach  – Yury Dokhoian.


2006 Turin, Italy – Silver medals

Alexandra Kosteniuk, Tatiana Kosintseva, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Ekaterina Kovalevskaya. Head coach – Yury Dokhoian.


2004 Calvia, Spain – Bronze medals

Alexandra Kosteniuk, Tatiana Kosintseva, Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Nadezhda Kosintseva. Head coach – Yury Yakovich.


2002 Bled, Slovenia – Silver medals

Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Svetlana Matveeva, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Tatiana Kosintseva. Head coach – Yury Yakovich.


2000 Istanbul, Turkey – Bronze medals

Alisa Galliamova, Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Svetlana Matveeva, Tatiana Stepovaia. Head coach – Yury Yakovich.


1998 Elista, Russia – Silver medals

Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Svetlana Matveeva, Tatiana Shumiakina, Tatiana Stepovaia, Yulia Demina. Head coach – Nukhim Rashkovsky.


1996 Yerevan, Armenia – Bronze medals

Alisa Galliamova, Svetlana Matveeva, Svetlana Prudnikova, Lyudmila Zajtseva. Head coach – Nukhim Rashkovsky.


1994 Moscow, Russia – 10th place

Irina Kulish, Svetlana Matveeva, Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Tatiana Shumiakina. Head coach – Valery Chekhov.


1992 Manila, Philippines – 5th place

Svetlana Prudnikova, Tatiana Stepovaia, Yulia Demina, Tatiana Shumiakina. Head coach – Alexander Panchenko.


Best results at World Team Chess Championships


Men

Gold medals:

1997 – Lucerne, Switzerland – Evgeny Bareev, Peter Svidler, Alexander Khalifman, Sergei Rublevsky, Alexey Dreev, Vadim Zvjaginsev. Head coach – Boris Postovsky.

2005 – Beersheba, Israel – Peter Svidler, Alexey Dreev, Alexander Grischuk, Alexander Morozevich, Evgeny Bareev, Sergei Rublevsky. Head coach – Sergey Dolmatov.

2010 - Bursa, Turkey –  Alexander Grischuk, Dmitry Jakovenko, Alexander Morozevich, Evgeny Tomashevsky, Vladimir Malakhov, Nikita Vitiugov. Head coach - Alexander Motylev.

2013 – Antalya, Turkey – Vladimir Kramnik, Sergey Karjakin, Alexander Grischuk, Ian Nepomniachtchi, Nikita Vitiugov. Head coach – Yuri Dokhoian. 

2019 - Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan – Sergey Karjakin, Ian Nepomniachtchi, Alexander Grischuk, Dmitry Andreikin, Vladislav Artemiev. Head coach - Andrey Filatov, captain - Alexander Motylev.

 

Women

Gold medals:

2017 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Alexandra Kosteniuk, Kateryna Lagno, Valentina Gunina, Olga Girya, Aleksandra Goryachkina. Head coach - Sergei Rublevsky.


Best results at European Team Chess Championships

 

Men

Gold medals:

1992 - Debrecen, Hungary – Garry Kasparov, Evgeny Bareev, Vladimir Kramnik, Alexey Dreev, Alexey Vyzmanavin. Head coach – Sergey Makarychev.

2003 – Plovdiv, Bulgaria - Peter Svilder, Evgeny Bareev, Alexander Grischuk, Alexander Morozevich, Alexander Khalifman. Head coach – Nukhim Rashkovsky.

2007 – Crete, Greece – Peter Svidler, Alexander Morozevich, Alexander Grischuk, Evgeny Alekseev, Dmitry Jakovenko. Head coach – Alexander Motylev.

2015 – Reykjavik, Iceland – Peter Svidler, Alexander Grischuk, Evgeny Tomashevsky, Ian Nepomniachtchi, Dmitry Jakovenko. Captain – Mark Glukhovsky.

2019 - Batumi, Georgia – Dmitry Andreikin, Nikita Vitiugov, Kirill Alekseenko, Maxim Matlakov, Daniil Dubov. Captain – Alexander Motylev.

 

Women

Gold medals:

2007 – Crete, Greece – Alexandra Kosteniuk, Tatiana Kosintseva, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Ekaterina Korbut. Head coach – Yuri Dokhoian.

2009 – Novi Sad, Serbia - Alexandra Kosteniuk, Tatiana Kosintseva, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Valentina Gunina, Marina Nechaeva. Head coach – Yuri Dokhoian.

2011 – Porto Carras, Greece - Nadezhda Kosintseva, Tatiana Kosintseva, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Valentina Gunina, Natalija Pogonina. Head coach – Yuri Dokhoian.

2015 - Reykjavik, Iceland – Alexandra Kosteniuk, Kateryna Lagno, Valentina Gunina, Aleksandra Goryachkina, Anastasia Bodnaruk. Head coach – Sergei Rublevsky.

2017 - Crete, Greece – Alexandra Kosteniuk, Kateryna Lagno, Valentina Gunina, Olga Girya, Aleksandra Goryachkina. Head coach – Sergei Rublevsky.

2019 - Batumi, Georgia –  Aleksandra Goryachkina, Kateryna Lagno, Olga Girya, Valentina Gunina, Alina Kashlinskaya. Head coach – Sergei Rublevsky.