Friday, 17 August 2018

Sport

Hejnová first woman to retain 400m hurdles title

Reuters |
27 August 2015

Czech Republic's Zuzana Hejnová became the first woman to successfully defend her 400 meters hurdles title after 14 editions of the world championships when she won gold at the Bird's Nest Stadium on Wednesday.

Football, fair play and child development

Prague TV |
24 August 2015

Andrew and Johan are two sports fan passionate about football, fair play and child development. Both are strong believers in the benefits of futsal for kids.

Fuksa wins gold at Canoe Sprint World Championships

Insidethegames.biz |
24 August 2015

Czech Republic's Martin Fuksa bounced back from the disappointment of finishing second in Saturday's men's C1 1,000m final to win the corresponding 500m title at the Canoe Sprint and Para-canoe World Championships in Milan.

Modern sports marketing solutions

Prague Daily Monitor |
19 Aug 2015

Marketing solutions with the most successful hockey club in the Czech Republic

Sparta finished fourth at Dolomiten Cup

HC Sparta Praha |
18 Aug 2015

Game for third place at the Dolomites Cup 2015 between Sparta and the German Adler Mannheim offered a great hockey show.

Jan Bárta finished the Czech Cycling Tour in second place

Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Aug 2015

an Barta of BORA – ARGON 18 finished the Czech Cycling Tour in second place overall.

Czech Republic GP inks new five-year deal

Speedcafe.com |
17 August 2015

The Czech Republic Grand Prix has signed a new deal to remain on the MotoGP calendar for the next five years.

Lorenzo wins MotoGP, Road Racing World Champ event in Brno

ČTK |
17 Aug 2015

Spain's Lorenzo won the MotoGP event at the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic, an event of the Road Racing World Championship, in Brno yesterday.

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Two clubs in top Czech league fined for anti-Islam posters

The Washington Times |
14 August 2015

Two clubs in the top Czech division have been fined by the country's football federation for anti-Islam messages held up by their fans. The federation's disciplinary committee said in a statement Thursday it fined champion Viktoria Plzen and Jablonec CZK 100,000 each.

Tomáš Rosický doubtful for European qualifiers

Radio Prague |
13 August 2015

In football, Czech captain Tomáš Rosický will probably miss September's European championship qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Latvia after undergoing an operation on his knee.

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