Victorious Sáblíková sets new world records; video technology hands Slavia controversial goal; Třinec narrows down Liberec’s lead; bad result for athletes at European Indoor Championships; and Klinský wins silver at the Winter Universiade super-G.
Sáblíková wins gold and sets two new world records
Football: Slavia maintains lead after controversial goal
While the referee’s call has been judged as being correct, Bohemians’s coach Martin Hašek told O2 TV he had a different opinion.
“That moment affected the whole game. I think this was wrongly handled by the referee and his colleague handling the video.”
Second placed Plzen also won their home game against FK Jablonec, but still trail Slavia by three points.
Hockey: Třinec narrow down Liberec’s lead in the Extraliga
European Indoor Championships end badly for Czech athletes
The winner of the Czech Republic’s only medal, Tomáš Staněk, who won bronze in shot put, told Czech Television he was happy to get on the podium after being plagued with muscle problems.
“After a season of injuries I can just say thank God that I got some medal out of it.”
Tomáš Klinský wins silver at the Winter Universiade super-G
20-year-old Tomáš Klinský, a student at the Czech Technical University in Prague, managed to win a silver medal in the super-G at the Winter Universiade in Krasnoyarsk. Klinský missed out on the top spot by two-tenths of a second allowing Lukas Zippert from Switzerland to take gold. The Czechs were less lucky in the women’s’ super-G, where Veronika Čamková and Tereza Nová both took fourth spot after having exactly the same time.