Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Sport

Bolt to run 100 metres at Czech Golden Spike meet again

ČTK |
7 Jun 2017

Outstanding Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, 30, will take part in the forthcoming Golden Spike meet in Ostrava for the ninth time and he will run the 100 metre race, the organisers told reporters yesterday.

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Two Czech pilots win at red Bull Air Race

Prague TV |
5 June 2017

Two Czech pilots were on the winner's podium after the June 3–4 Red Bull Air Race World Championship in Chiba City, Japan.

Painless hand is biggest victory, Czech tennis player Kvitová says

ČTK |
5 Jun 2017

Czech two-time Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitová, 27, who played two matches at French Open after she underwent an operation on her playing left hand in December, said at a press conference Friday the fact that the hand did not hurt even when she fully used it is her biggest victory.

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Petra Kvitová makes emotional return to tennis with French Open win

Radio Prague |
30 May 2017

Czech tennis star Petra Kvitová has made an emotional return to professional tennis, five months after sustaining a potentially career-ending hand injury, with a decisive first round victory in the French Open.

Slavia wins league championship

Prague TV |
29 May 2017

Slavia Prague is the champion of the Czech First League for the first time in eight years, and for the fourth time since Czechoslovakia broke up. The victory was quite a turn around from the situation a few years ago, when the team faced severe financial difficulties in the fall of 2010 and had to cut key players and staff.

Kvitová wants to play Wimbledon after hand injury

ČTK |
24 May 2017

Czech tennis player Petra Kvitová is striving for playing Wimbledon, which she won in 2011 and 2014, after the serious hand injury she suffered last December, and she will decide on her start in French Open at the very last moment, her spokesman Karel Tejkal told ČTK yesterday.

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Zlín wins Czech football Cup, advances to Europa League

ČTK |
18 May 2017

Zlín won the Czech Football Cup for a second time in history, beating Opava 1-0 in the final on Wednesday, and it advances to the Europa League.

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Ethiopian Abraha, Kenyan Aiabey win Prague Marathon

ČTK |
9 May 2017

Gebretsadik Abraha from Ethiopia won the Prague Marathon international event today, clocking in 2:08:47, and the women's contest was won by Valary Aiyabey from Kenya in a track record 2:21:57.

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Kotlářka Praha vs Technika Brno

Prague TV |
5 May 2017

Your next chance to see Prague's baseball team Kotlářka Praha in action is May 6 with a double header against Technika Brno. The first game starts at 1pm at Kotlářka's home stadium Markéta.

Czech soccer rocked by arrest of FA chief on corruption allegations

Radio Prague |
5 May 2017

The head of the Czech Football Association, Miroslav Pelta, has been questioned by police after he and a number of other people were arrested over corruption allegations. Czech soccer is often in the news for the wrong reasons – but is this its biggest scandal yet?

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