Dragiša Blagojević is a Montenegrin chess player who holds the title of Grandmaster (GM) (2004), six-times Montenegrin Chess Championship winner, Chess Olympiad individual gold medal winner (2008).
Mila has participated and performed exceptionally well in many strong chess tournaments across the globe. Also, she has represented Serbian senior national team multiple times. As a trainer, she believes that with the right kind of guidance, all can transform themselves into strong chess players, and it keeps her motivated for teaching.
Kristina Bacic, 9x national champion of Montenegro in junior categories. Represented Montenegro on 2 chess olympiads. First female fighter pilot of the Montenegro.
Dusan Lekic is an IM from Montenegro. Dusan has been coaching since 2006 and has worked with senior and youth national team of Montenegro. Notable results include winning Cannes open and Belgrade open tournaments.
Women Grandmaster and International Master with 2 GM norms.Olympic and World team champion with Georgian National team. Four times European club cup winner with different clubs. Many individual board medals at the Olympiad, European and World team championships. Four times Georgian women champion. European and World youth championship.winner in different age categories.
Aleksandra is 36 years old, Woman Grandmaster, FIDE Trainer and International Arbiter from Belgrade, Serbia. Aleksandra started to play chess, active in a club/chess school in 1991. As young, she participated in many tournaments. Aleksandra always enjoyed the fighting spirit of the chess game and the ways how chess teaches us to look on life and improve.
Andej is a chess player from Montenegro who has achieved the title of FM (FIDE Master) and has earned two IM norms. He is currently a member of the Montenegro national Olympic team. In 2022, Sukovic shared first place at the Montenegro individual championship. In addition to his achievements as a player, Sukovic is also a coach at the Chess Club Buducnost, the most renowned club in Montenegro, where he is actively coaching over 20 of the country's best cadets.
Tijana won a bronze medal in the World Youth Chess Championship Under 18 (Halkidiki, 2015) and a bronze medal at the European Youth Championship Under 18 (Porec 2015).