Mass gymnastics meetings representing the culmination of the activities of the Sokol movement. They have taken place since 1882. The last one was organised in 2018.
Sports centre of the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic. Its main purpose is to create conditions for training for top sports competitions in the world.
Czech tennis player, holder of thirteen ATP Tour titles in singles and two in doubles. He played the French Open semi-final, as well as a Wimbledon final (2010).
Czech-Austrian football player and later coach, the best shooter in Czech football history and one of the best world shooters of all time.
One of the most famous Czechoslovak gymnasts, a quadruple Olympic gold medallist and a double world champion.
The most famous Czech race track for automobile and motorcycle races, where the most prestigious motorcycle races are organised, such as the Czech Republic motorcycle Grand Prix, a part of the World Grand Prix series.
Theatre and film actor, comedian, mime, imitator, singer, writer, theatre director, entrepreneur and sportsman, known also abroad. One of the most famous and popular Czech actors of the First Czechoslovak Republic, called “the king of comedians”.
Association of Czech hikers participating since 1888 in the organisation of hiking in the Czech lands and in the inter-war years in Slovakia as well. It searches for and marks hiking trails, publishes maps and guides, builds and manages hikers’ cottages. It organises hiking trips for its members and other individuals.
Institution that represents, governs and organises the Czech Olympic movement and acts as a mediator between the International Olympic Committee, organising committees of individual Olympic Games and Czech state authorities.
Organisations based on the principles of English scouting and American woodcraft, emphasising living in harmony with nature.
Legend of Czechoslovak gymnastics, four times world champion, eleven times European champion. With seven gold and four silver Olympic medals, she is one of the most outstanding figures in the history of the Olympic Games.
Czech football goalkeeper, for years the pillar of the Czech national team and a prominent figure in the Premier League. He is still considered one of the best football goalkeepers in the world. Petr Čech is holder of several records and a number of awards for his performance.
Sportsman who won the 1947 ice hockey world championship with the Czechoslovak national team, won the silver medal at the 1948 Winter Olympic Games and as a tennis player and representative of Egypt won the 1954 Wimbledon final.
Czech athlete, triple world champion in decathlon, indoor European champion in heptathlon, bronze Olympic medallist and former holder of world record in decathlon with 8,994 points.
Czech ice hockey player active between 1992 and 2017, member of the Czech national team, forward player for New Jersey Devils. Double Stanley Cup winner and the second most successful Czech hockey player playing in the USA.
World champion, bronze Olympic medallist and holder of the world record in shot put.
The oldest tennis club in the Czech lands, founded in 1893. It is based in the Holešovice district of Prague, on Štvanice island.
A team ball game, the most popular team sport in the world. England is regarded as its homeland. In the Czech language, the words fotbal and kopaná are used interchangeably.
Stadium with the largest surface area in the world. It became an important Czech sports monument, connected with the history of the Czech Sokol movement and public exercises. It is inscribed on list of cultural monuments of the Czech Republic.
Czech ice hockey goaltender, the youngest goaltender of the national team in history.
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