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Toni Kiroski

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Toni Kiroski (Macedonian: Тони Кироски; born March 8, 1968 in Prilep) is a Macedonian chess International Master.[1] He is a five time pioneer champion of Prilep. In 1982 and 1983 he became Macedonian pioneer champion. In 1985 he wins the youth titlе in Macedonia and takes part in the Yugoslav chess championship for five times. Since 1989 he plays for "Alkaloid" and wins every title in Macedonia. Kiroski in 1999 become the best Macedonian chess player in senior competition when he won the Macedonian Chess Championship.[1] Kiroski takes part in many international chess tournaments in Macedonia, Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria, Russia, Croatia, Montenegro, Romania, Slovakia, Poland and many more. In Belgrade he becomes International Master and the first International Master in his hometown (Prilep). He plays for Macedonia chess national team in Batumi, Georgia where he is the only one from his team doesn't lose a game. Kiroski becomes FIDE arbiter in 2016, and three years after he becomes international arbiter and president of arbiters council of Chess Federation of Macedonia. Since 2016 he is president of the chess club from his hometown Chess club "Prilep".


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