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Czechs to teach Chinese ice hockey

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
November 23, 2015
seven summits

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
July 27, 2014
trouble-brewing

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
June 19, 2013
Viktoria Plzen

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
August 31, 2011
Jiri Slegr

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
September 1, 2010
Petr Sýkora

Veteran skates with Stanley Cup

Some get rich, some get poor during soccer’s active off-season Last time Petr Sýkora’s team won the Stanley Cup, he was laid up in a nearby hospital. So there was no way
June 17, 2009
Czechs to teach Chinese ice hockey

Hašek’s brand fails to dominate Europe

Goalie shuts down sports clothing line On the ice, foremost hockey goalie Dominik Hašek earned the nickname “Dominator” for being virtually unbeatable. Out of the rink, the two-time Stanley Cup champion used
August 6, 2008
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