Jiří Hošek: UEFA’s ruling on Slavia-Rangers incident will leave bitter aftertaste among Czech fans
The incident surrounding the alleged racist remark made by Slavia Prague’s Ondřej Kúdela during a game with Glasgow Rangers has become the centre stage of an intense debate
Czech sports union head: We fear some children may never return to an active lifestyle
Under pressure from sports clubs the government has agreed to allow training of up to 12 persons in groups of two, on condition they keep a safe distance from each other.
Australian Open: Czech star Muchová upsets No.1 seed, home favourite Barty
No. 25 seed Karolína Muchová has scored a major upset at the Australian Open, mounting a stunning comeback to oust World No.1 and Ashleigh Barty on her home turf.
90 years since birth of world football legend Josef Masopust
Global soccer great Josef Masopust, a World Cup runner-up with Czechoslovakia and the first Czech recipient of the Ballon d’Or, was born on 9 February 1931.
Czech freediver will attempt to set world record in swimming under ice
David Vencl, a freediver from Teplice, will attempt to break the Guinness world record for the longest swim under ice this month.
Petra Kvitová preparing for season’s first Grand Slam
Eleven Czech tennis players, including Petra Kvitová, are due to appear in the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, the Australian Open.
Brace for West Ham crowns dream first year in EPL for Souček
Footballer Tomáš Souček has been a huge success since joining English club West Ham. What are the qualities that account for his amazing first year?
Demand for cross-country skis skyrockets as Czech winter centres remain closed
Closed ski centres have compelled Czechs to switch from downhill to cross country-skiing. Producers and retailers say demand has grown exponentially .
Swimming stadium in Podolí declared national cultural monument
The swimming stadium in Prague’s Podolí, one of the iconic examples of Czechoslovakia’s 1960s architecture, was recently declared a national cultural monument.
In memoriam: Lubomír Kaválek, Czech chess grandmaster who helped Fischer win ‘Match of the Century’
Lubomír Kaválek, won Czechoslovak and US national championships once ranked no. 10 in the world, penned a Washington Post chess column for a over quarter century.
First woman to conquer Cho Oyu: I think this is how God felt looking down on the world he created
Radio Prague International talks to Margita (Dina) Štěrbová about her lifelong passion for mountain climbing and charity work in Pakistan.
Legend Jágr returns to ice 32 years after top level debut
Hockey legend Jaromír Jágr, who is nearly 49, returned to the ice on Wednesday evening in his first game for Kladno in the best part of a year.
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