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Lee Chimerakis: How Bike Tours Irrevocably Change One’s Worldview

It’s quite common that the onset of a new decade in one’s life inspires a desire for change, for new experiences that broaden one’s perspective and feel worthy of an investment of time, one of the life’s greatest and most preciously limited commodities. For Lee Chimerakis, saying goodbye to his 50s and hello to his… Keep Reading

Tips For Cyclists
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Ride Safe: 4 Tips For Cyclists

Safer Cycling: 4 Tips For Street Safety Bicycling is an excellent way to get around. It’s environmentally friendly, efficient, and good for your physical health. Add the high cost of car ownership to that list of positives, and it makes sense that more and more Americans are cycling on a daily basis than ever. Unfortunately,… Keep Reading

sneaker bot
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How Does a Sneaker Bot Help in Getting Your Dream Sneakers?

Have you ever come across a pair of sneakers you’d badly want to own? Has that ever happened when the same sneakers are sold out before you can visit their website to purchase them online? The new era of technology has made it possible for you to get hands on your dream sneakers. The technology… Keep Reading

Czechs to teach Chinese ice hockey
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Czechs to teach Chinese ice hockey

Chinese team needs to rise rapidly if it is to compete in Olympics Prague, Nov 23 (ČTK) — Chinese sports officials have asked their Czech counterparts to teach Chinese ice hockey and biathlon for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, daily Mladá fronta Dnes (MfD) writes today. “Chinese are a nation that wants to be successful,”… Keep Reading

slavia praha
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Chinese firm CEFC buys majority stake in Slavia Praha

Shanghai’s largest private company vows to return football club to top ranking Shanghai-based CEFC China Energy Company Limited has acquired a 59.97 percent stake in Czech football club SK Slavia Praha, according to a CEFC press release. The price was not disclosed. Fly Sport, a company owned by businessman Jiří Šimáně, has a 39.97 stake… Keep Reading

seven summits
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Czech climber conquers all 8,000 meter peaks

Radek Jaroš reaches the top of K2, world’s toughest mountain K2, Pakistan, July 26 (ČTK) — Czech climber Radek Jaroš ascended the world’s second highest peak, K2, and became the 15th person who have conquered all world mountains more than 8,000 meters high without oxygen, Czech Radiozurnal radio station has reported. Jaroš, 50, succeeded at… Keep Reading

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Trouble brewing

HC Mountfield set to leave České Budějovice in dispute over beer Beer is taken seriously in the Czech Republic, but, until now, it’s never led to a professional ice hockey club leaving town. That looks set to change over the summer, however, as Tipsport Extraliga team HC Mountfield České Budějovice pushes ahead with plans to… Keep Reading

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Strahov Stadium poised for revival after years of neglect

Historic grounds to benefit from sale to Czech Football Association It is the relic of a bygone era, but now the aging Strahov complex appears set for something of a facelift. The complex’s owner, the Czech Sports Association (ČSTV), has agreed to sell two stadiums and various other facilities to the Czech Football Association (FAČR)… Keep Reading

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Viktoria Plzeň wins huge payday

Champions League birth garners the club millions of crowns Just five years ago, Viktoria Plzeň was a storied club stumbling through one of the worst seasons in its 100-year history. But just three months after capturing its first-ever Gambrinus liga title, the club has notched its biggest victory – and an even bigger payday –… Keep Reading

Jiri Slegr
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Political parties look to athletes

Prague, Kladno and Brno see ex-sports stars on election lists A shakeup in Czech political parties beginning with May’s general elections has resulted in an influx of former sports stars entering the political arena in the lead-up to fall local elections. Former international hockey goalie and now Sparta Praha hockey club’s General Manager Petr Bříza… Keep Reading

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