In Sports News: Sarka Zahrobska becomes the first Czech ever to win a world title in Alpine skiing; Martina Sablikova wins again in the speed skating World Cup and is in a good position to take the overall title with one competition to go; the ice hockey Extraliga is hotting up, with five teams in with a chance making the last three places in the play-offs; and international football goalkeeper Petr Cech, who came back from injury last month, continues an impressive run of clean sheets.
Zahrobska takes first ever Czech gold at Alpine World Ski Championships...
"I feel I've finally achieved my goal. I've come first and it's the first time I've managed that. I want to savour the feeling of being first, when there's nobody in front of you. I'm really satisfied of course - I gave my all. It was hard though, I was really nervous."
...while speed skater Sablikova wins again and closes in on season title
They could be contenders: five clubs fight for last three places in Extraliga playoffs
Petr Cech notches up seventh clean sheet in row
How well Czech international goalkeeper Petr Cech has been doing since he returned after a skull fracture. The Chelsea star conceded two goals on his comeback in mid-January, but since then he hasn't let in one goal. His good run now extends to seven games without conceding, after Chelsea beat Norwich 4:0 in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Bohemians fans travel to Salzburg en masse for friendly
Prague club Bohemians may be in the second division but they remain one of the best supported clubs in the country, regularly drawing 5,000 supporters to their Dolicek stadium. But Bohemians fans don't just turn out for home games - 1,000 of them travelled to Salzburg on Sunday to watch the "kangaroos" in a friendly against the Austrian league leaders. They lost 4:2.