The Czech Republic's football team scored a comfortable and impressive victory over Austria to continue their successful Euro 2004 campaign - we hear from two-goal hero Jan Koller. The president of the Czech Tennis Union is not at all happy about leading player Daja Bedanova's possible adoption German citizenship and Slavia Prague have made it to the finals of the ice hockey Extraliga finals for the first time.
Footballers treat home crowd to excellent display in Euro 2004 qualifier
The Czech Republic now lead Group 3 and are ahead of main rivals Holland on goal difference. Their next Euro 2004 qualifier is against Moldova at home on June 11.
Under 21s not doing badly either
The Czech Under 21s haven't been doing too badly either. After beating the Dutch 3:0 last week, they notched up a 3:1 win over Austria on Tuesday and lead their European Championships qualifying group by five points.
Tennis chief unimpressed by Bedanova dilemma
The president of the Czech Tennis Union, Ivo Kaderka, has criticised player Daja Bedanova for considering giving in to her sponsors' wish that she take German citizenship. Kaderka also had a go at the Germans, saying they couldn't produce any good young players themselves. Bedanova says she will decide on the matter soon. Ivo Kaderka also said on Wednesday he would only allow the Czech women's team to go to the United States for a Fed Cup tie later in the month if their security can be guaranteed. He said he feared a terrorist attack.
Slavia to face Pardubice in finals of Extraliga play-offs
Slavia Prague have reached the finals of the ice hockey Extraliga play-offs for the first time in their history, after beating city rivals Sparta 4:2 on games with a 5:2 win at Sparta on Monday evening. Slavia face Pardubice in the final series, which starts on Saturday.