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Chess tournament history

The chess tournament history definitely shows the monopoly which the Russians have on the first place.

Chess Olympiads (a.k.a. World Team Championships)

 Bled 2002 - 		1st Russia 38.5	2nd Hungary 37.5 3rd Armenia 35
 Istanbul 2000 -   	1st Russia 38 2nd Germany 37 3rd Ukraine 35.5
 Elista 1998 -       	1st Russia 35.5 2nd USA 34.5 3rd Ukraine 32.5
 Yerevan 1996 -   	1st Russia 38.5 2nd Ukraine 35 3rd USA 34
 Moscow 1994 -   	1st Russia 37.5 2nd Bosnia/Herz' 35 3rd Russia II 34.5
 Manila 1992 -     	1st Russia 39 2nd Uzbekistan 35 3rd Armenia 34.5
 Novi Sad 1990 -  	1st USSR 39 2nd USA 35.5 3rd England 35.5
 Thessaloniki 1988 - 	1st USSR 40.5 2nd England 34.5 3rd Netherlands 34.5
 Dubai 1986 - 		1st USSR 40 2nd England 39 3rd USA 38
 Thessaloniki 1984 - 	1st USSR 41 2nd England 37 3rd USA 35
 Luzern 1982 - 		1st USSR 39 2nd CSSR 39	3rd USA 35
 Valletta 1980 - 	1st USSR 39 2nd Hungary 39 3rd USA 35
 Buenos Aires 1978 - 	1st Hungary 37 2nd USSR 36 3rd USA 35
 Haifa 1976 - 		1st USA 37 2nd Netherlands 36.5 3rd England 35.5 
  (note: USSR and others did not compete in 1976 for political reasons)
 Nice 1974 - 		1st USSR 46 2nd Yugoslavia 37.5 3rd USA 36.5
 Skopje 1972 -		1st USSR 42 2nd Hungary 40.5 3rd Yugoslavia 38
 Siegen 1970 -		1st USSR 27.5 2nd Hungary 26.5 3rd Yugoslavia 26
 Lugano 1968 - 	        1st USSR 39.5 2nd Yugoslavia 31 3rd Bulgaria 30
 Havana 1966 - 	        1st USSR 39.5 2nd USA 34.5 3rd Hungary 33.5
 Tel Aviv 1964 - 	1st USSR 36.5 2nd Yugoslavia 32	3rd W Germany 30.5
 Varna 1962 - 		1st USSR 31.5 2nd Yugoslavia 28	3rd Argentina 26
 Leipzig 1960 - 	1st USSR 34 2nd USA 29 3rd Yugoslavia 27
 Munich 1958 - 	        1st USSR 34.5 2nd Yugoslavia 29	3rd Argentina 25.5
 Moscow 1956 - 	        1st USSR 31 2nd Yugoslavia 26.5	3rd Hungary 26.5
 Amsterdam 1954 - 	1st USSR 34 2nd Argentina 27 3rd Yugoslavia 26.5
 Helsinki 1952 -        1st USSR 21 2nd Argentina 19.5 3rd Yugoslavia 19
 Dubrovnik 1950 -	1st Yugo'via 45.5 2nd Argentina 43.5 3rd W Germany 40.5
 Buenos Aires 1939 -	1st Germany 36 2nd Poland 35.5 3rd Estonia 33.5
 Stockholm 1937 -	1st USA 54.5 2nd Hungary 48.5 3rd Poland 47 
 Warsaw 1935 -	        1st USA 54 2nd Sweden 52.5 3rd Poland 52
 Folkestone 1933 -	1st USA 39 2nd Czechoslovakia 37.5 3rd Poland 34 
 Prague 1931 -		1st USA 48 2nd Poland 47 3rd Czechoslovakia 46.5
 Hamburg 1930 -	        1st Poland 48.5	2nd Hungary 47 3rd Germany 44.5
 The Hague 1928 -	1st Hungary 44 2nd USA 39.5 3rd Poland 57
 London 1927 - 	        1st Hungary 40 2nd Denmark 38.5 3rd England 36.5

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