Marić, Alisa (1970)
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|Description: Alisa Marić is a Serbian Chess Player. She was awarded with titles of Woman Grandmaster and International Master. Alissa Marić has a PhD in Economics and she was a member of Presidential Board of the Serbian Olympic Committee. In 2012 she was elected as Minister of Youth and Sports in the Government of Serbia.|
|Sex: Female.||Occupation: Chess player.|
|Place of Birth / Death: New York, United States||Country Tags: Serbia. United States|
|Centuries: XX-XXI||Title: International Master and Woman Grandmaster (1988)|
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|Style: –||Chess Olympiads: 1986, 1988, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2008.|
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- Alisa Marić at chess-db: https://chess-db.com/public/pinfo.jsp?id=904180 – [16/04/2019].
- Alisa Marić at chess.com: https://www.chess.com/news/view/interview-with-gm-alisa-maric-9449 – [16/04/2019].
- Alisa Marić at OlimpBase.org: http://www.olimpbase.org/playersw/ew8k2kmc.html – [16/04/2019].
- Alisa Marić chess games at 365chess.com: https://www.365chess.com/players/Alisa_Maric – [16/04/2019].
- Alisa Marić chess profile and games at Chessgames.com: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=25081 – [16/04/2019].
- Alisa Marić FIDE Chess profile: https://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?event=904180 – [16/04/2019].
- Alisa Maric website: http://www.alisamaric.com/ – [16/04/2019].
- Wikipedia.org: Alisa Marić: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alisa_Mari%C4%87 – [16/04/2019].
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