The last of the gold medals were awarded at the World Mind Games yesterday, bringing events in Lille to a close after 15 days of competition.
Russia won gold in the Draughts Rapid Teams, ahead of the Netherlands in second and Latvia in third. In the women’s category the Netherlands won gold, ahead of Russia and Mongolia.
In his closing address IMSA President Jose Damiani paid tribute to the competitors and to the organisers of the 2012 World Mind Games, before officially bringing the games to a close. The third World Mind Sport Games will take place in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
Find details of all the results from Lille on the IMSA website.