“Into the unknown”: Over 100 Czechs competing at Tokyo Olympics
Over 100 Czech sportsmen and women are in Tokyo to represent their nation at the 32nd Olympics, which begin on Friday and will be different to any Games seen before.
Plíšková aiming for second Grand Slam final at Wimbledon
Karolína Plíšková has only been to one Grand Slam final in her career. She is now hoping to at least equal that achievement after reaching the last four at Wimbledon.
Summer Olympic team outfits seek inspiration in traditional folklore
Just month ahead of the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the Czech Olympic Committee unveiled its official collection, inspired by the tradition of indigo dyeing.
“Team spirit and dedication”: Czechs stun Dutch to reach Euro quarter-finals
The Czech Republic have caused the biggest upset so far at the European Football Championship, after knocking the Netherlands out on Sunday evening.
Small craft workshop in Bohemia makes wooden skis from ash trees
A small craft workshop in Bohemia makes wooden skis from ash trees for clients who want an exclusive, personalized product.
Antonín Panenka and the most famous penalty shootout in history
45 years ago, Antonín Panenka made football history, scoring the decisive goal for Czechoslovakia in a penalty shoot-out in a game against West Germany.
Double threat: Barbora Krejčíková’s stunning French Open sweep
Barbora Krejčíková is the first to sweep the French Open women’s singles-doubles since 2000, and the first Czech to win solo since 1981.
Zdena / Zdeněk: the interwar Czech champion who changed genders
Zdena Koubková won two medals at the Women’s World Games in 1934. Two years later, at the age of 22, she underwent gender reassignment surgery and became Zdeněk Koubek.
Czech tennis player Barbora Krejčíková has dream run at French Open
Czech tennis player Barbora Krejčíková has made headlines around the world after a fantastic run at the French Open so far.
Expert: Czech Euros squad have similarities with ‘96 generation
The continent’s biggest sporting event, the European Football Championships, kicks off on Friday night. But what are the Czechs’ chances at the tournament?
Czech steeplechase’s iconic, infamous “Taxis Ditch” softened after racing horse’s death
The Grand Pardubice is widely regarded as Europe’s toughest cross-country horserace. Over the past century, more than two dozen horses have died on its “Taxis Ditch”.
New technologies help train future of Czech ice hockey
Czech ice hockey may not be the titan it was twenty years ago, but in recent years young players have increasingly been able to profit from new training technologies.
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