|Representing Austrian Empire|
|1900 Paris||Masters sabre|
Neralić spent most of his life in Berlin and Vienna working as fencing instructor. His most notable student was Richard Verderber, winner of the silver (saber team) and bronze (foil) medals at the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm.
- Register of deaths Alservorstadtkrankenhaus, tom. 195, fol. 28; Register of deaths Vienna St. Brigitta, tom. 37, fol. 16.
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