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List of witnesses of project 'Sports Stories of the 20th Century'


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Jiří Beran (1954) video clip available

born 1954 in Prague did sports already as a child, played league football at the age of 21, introduced to fencing and soon became one of the top Czechoslovak fencers studied at the Czech Technical University in Prague, worked as a construction manager ... arrows 


Augustin Bubník (1928 - 2017) video clip available

born 21st November 1928 in Prague excellent hockey player, member of LTC Praha, member of the national team from 1947 1948, silver medal at the Winter Olympics in Saint-Maurice end of 1948, the team refused to go into exile en masse 1949, became world ... arrows 


Imrich Bugár (1955)

Born on April 14, 1955, in Slovakia in a Hungarian village near Dunajská Streda At fourteen, without any training, he won in a regional discus throwing competition and continued in junior representation In 1974 he joined Dukla Praha where, after his military ... arrows 


PhDr. Jaroslav Cihlář (1924 - 2014) video clip available

born on 7 April 1924 in Prague professional cyclist, coach and cycling promoter twenty times Czechoslovak champion in various categories cyclist liaison during the Prague uprising of May 1945 following his conflicts with regime authorities, Czechoslovak ... arrows 


Věra Čáslavská (1942 - 2016)

born on 3 may 1942 in Prague ever since 1945 attended a ballet school and later started with figure-skating as a fifteen-year-old became a top-level gymnast member of the Czechoslovak national team since 1958 biggest achievements: Olympics in Tokyo 1964 and

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Alena Dřevjaná-Coufalová (1969)

born July 4, 1969 in Opava from the age of 10, lived at a sports training centre without her parents became one of the most successful female gymnasts of contemporary Czechoslovakia won a total of 164 medals from both world and European competitions political ... arrows 


Jan Havel (1942) video clip available

born on 10 November 1942 in Pašinka, a village near Kolín from 1952 to 1958 hockey player at Tatra Kolín from 1959 to 1961 player in the army teams of Dukla Litoměřice and Dukla Jihlava from 1962 to 1975 player of Sparta Praha participant in the hockey strike ... arrows 


Jaroslav Hellebrand video clip available

born on 30 December 1945 in Prague where he grew up took part in sports ever since childhood, later finding his way to rowing was a member of sports club Tatra Smíchov competed in single scull, double scull and quad scull participated in three Olympic Games, ... arrows 


Jaroslava Jehličková video clip available

Born in 1942 in Hořice in Podkrkonoší. The Communists confiscated her father’s confectionery, later sentencing him to seven years of prison. Grew up with her mother and two sisters, created a strong bond between them. From 1959 devoted herself to athletics. ... arrows 


Michal Klasa (1953) video clip available

Born on the 19th of December 1953 in Prague. 1965 moved to Přerov, where he began cycling. 1972 switched clubs from Lokomotiv Přerov to Dukla Brno. 1972 as the only Czech there won the “Puchar Ministra Obrony Narodowej” in Warsaw. Participated in a number of ... arrows 


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