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26.09.2018 12:34 by Николай

Подписано положение

Подписано положение о проведении 9-го мемориала имени Н.Л. Грингрузка. Турнир пройдет с 1 по 5 ноября .

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11.11.2016 19:48 by Николай

Седьмой по счету турнир памяти Н.Л.Грингруза

В этом году турнир памяти проводится в седьмой раз.

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20.04.2016 11:19 by Николай

Турнир Памяти Н.Л.Грингруза 17.04.2016

17 апреля в Бендерах состоялся однодневный турнир по русским шашкам, посвященный памяти Заслуженного Тренера МССР Грингруза Н.Л. Этот турнир приурочен к скорбной дате: 16 апреля 1994 года от нас ушел наш Учитель.

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