Dubrovsky was a member of the Soviet Union's double sculls rowing team at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. In the first round of the competition, Dubrovsky and partner Oleg Tyurin won their heat in 6:51.03 and automatically advanced to the finals. In the final, the two Soviets won the gold medal by finishing in 7:10.66, more than two seconds faster than the second place U.S. team.
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The Jewish Almanac, edited by Richard Siegel and Carl Rheins (New York: Bantam Books, 1980)
New York Times, October 11-25, 1964