In Sports News this week: Roman Sebrle falls short of a record six straight wins in the decathlon at Austria's Gotzis, while Tomas Dvorak - briefly - reminds spectators of his glory days; its D-Day the Czech football league, with Sparta Prague closing in on the double; Karel Poborsky plays his last game; and has ice hockey legend Dominik Hasek played his?
Great run at Austrian venue ends for Sebrle...
...while Dvorak, briefly, reminds spectators of glory days
Meanwhile, Tomas Dvorak reminded spectators in Gotzis of the days when he was three times world champion; he got off to a great start in the decathlon and was heading for the veterans' (over 35s) world record. However, the competition ended in frustration for the 35-year-old when he sustained an injury in the first event on day two, the 110 m hurdles.
Football league heading for most dramatic conclusion in years
Jarosik has Scottish double, but has he got a reason to celebrate?
Jiri Jarosik has already won the double in Scotland with Glasgow Celtic. Though it's hard to know how much the blonde midfielder will be celebrating - he didn't exactly set the world on fire at Celtic.
Caps record holder Poborsky calls it a day...
One of the greats of modern Czech football Karel Poborsky is set to make his final appearance on Monday evening, when he lines up for Ceske Budejovice against Slavia Prague. Poborsky, who is 35, played 118 games for the Czech Republic, which is a record.
...while Hasek ponders whether he should do likewise
Another Czech sports veteran ice hockey goaltender Dominik Hasek is considering his future, after Detroit Red Wings were knocked out in the semi-finals of the Stanley Cup. Hasek, who is an incredible 42, says it is too soon to say whether he will continue in the NHL next season.