Alicja Śliwicka

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Alicja Śliwicka
Alicja Sliwicka 2013.JPG
Alicja Śliwicka in 2013
CountryPoland
Born (2001-09-01) 1 September 2001 (age 18)
Świecie, Poland
TitleWoman International Master (WIM) (2018)

Alicja Śliwicka (born 1 September 2001) is a Polish chess player who holds the title of Woman International Master (WIM) (2018).

Biography[edit]

Alicja Śliwicka many times participated in the Polish Youth Chess Championships in different girls' age groups, where won five medals: gold (2015 - U14), three silver (2009 - U08, 2011 - U10, 2013 - U12) and bronze (2007 - U07).

She repeatedly represented Poland at the European Youth Chess Championships and World Youth Chess Championships in different age groups, where won three medals: 2 gold (in 2011, at the European Youth Chess Championship in the U10 girls age group; in 2019, at the European Youth Chess Championship in the U18 girls age group[1]) and silver (in 2015, at the World Youth Chess Championship in the U14 girls age group). In 2010, in Warsaw Alicja Śliwicka won European Youth Chess Blitz Championship in the U10 girls age group.

Alicja Śliwicka three times participated in the European Girls' U18 Team Chess Championships (2015-2017), where she won silver (2016) and bronze (2015) medals in team scoring, as well as two bronze (2015, 2016) medals in individual scoring.[2]

In 2018, she awarded the FIDE Women International Master (WIM) title.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Youth Chess Championships 2019 Girls U18
  2. ^ "OlimpBase :: European Girls' U18 Team Chess Championship :: Alicja Śliwicka". www.olimpbase.org.
  3. ^ "FIDE Title Applications (GM, IM, WGM, WIM, IA, FA, IO)". ratings.fide.com.

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