|World Cup Final|
|2011 Istanbul||Mixed Team|
|1990 Barcelona, Spain||Individual|
|1996 Kranjska Gora, Slovenia||Individual|
|European Indoors Championships|
|1997 Bari, Italy||Individual|
During the 1996 Summer Olympics, on July 29, 1996 she broke the Olympic record by scoring 168 points in an 18 arrow match.
In 2004, she placed 16th in the women's individual ranking round with a 72-arrow score of 639. In the first round of elimination, she faced 49th-ranked Mari Piuva of Finland. Nasaridze lost in a close upset 136-133 in the 18-arrow match, placing 49th overall in women's individual archery. She was also a member of the 10th-place Turkish women's archery team.
- 1990, Barcelona, Spain - European championship: Gold (for USSR).
- 1995 - World championship: Bronze
- 1996, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia - European championship: Gold
- 1997 - Mediterranean Games Bari, Italy: Gold
- 1997 - World championship: Bronze
- 2000 - European championship: Gold
- 2000 - Indoors European championship: Gold
- 2003, France - Indoors World Championship: 28th
- 2003, Croatia - Grand Prix: 20th
- 2003, France - Grand Prix: 30th
- 2003, Turkey - Golden Arrow Grand Prix: 28th
- 2003, United States - World championship: 16th (qualifier for 2004 Summer Olympics)
- 2003, Greece - International archery tournament: Bronze
- 2004, Italy - Grand Prix: 25th
- 2004, Belgium - European championship: 48th
- 2004, Germany - Grand Prix: 75th
- "Natalia Nasaridze-Çakir Biography and Statistics". Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-01-22.
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