Czech tennis player, holder of thirteen ATP Tour titles in singles and two in doubles. He played the French Open semi-final, as well as a Wimbledon final (2010).
Czech-Austrian football player and later coach, the best shooter in Czech football history and one of the best world shooters of all time.
One of the most famous Czechoslovak gymnasts, a quadruple Olympic gold medallist and a double world champion.
Theatre and film actor, comedian, mime, imitator, singer, writer, theatre director, entrepreneur and sportsman, known also abroad. One of the most famous and popular Czech actors of the First Czechoslovak Republic, called “the king of comedians”.
Legend of Czechoslovak gymnastics, four times world champion, eleven times European champion. With seven gold and four silver Olympic medals, she is one of the most outstanding figures in the history of the Olympic Games.
Czech football goalkeeper, for years the pillar of the Czech national team and a prominent figure in the Premier League. He is still considered one of the best football goalkeepers in the world. Petr Čech is holder of several records and a number of awards for his performance.
Sportsman who won the 1947 ice hockey world championship with the Czechoslovak national team, won the silver medal at the 1948 Winter Olympic Games and as a tennis player and representative of Egypt won the 1954 Wimbledon final.
Czech athlete, triple world champion in decathlon, indoor European champion in heptathlon, bronze Olympic medallist and former holder of world record in decathlon with 8,994 points.
Czech ice hockey player active between 1992 and 2017, member of the Czech national team, forward player for New Jersey Devils. Double Stanley Cup winner and the second most successful Czech hockey player playing in the USA.
World champion, bronze Olympic medallist and holder of the world record in shot put.
Czech ice hockey goaltender, the youngest goaltender of the national team in history.
Czechoslovak ice hockey goaltender who played 164 matches for the national team and 488 league matches. He won two Olympic medals, was world champion three times and was named best goaltender in five world championships.
Czechoslovak ice hockey players, members of the Czech Ice Hockey Hall of Fame, world champions and holders of Olympic medals.
Czech ice hockey player, owner and player of the club Rytíři Kladno. The list of his successes and records, including winning the Stanley Cup and gold at the XVIII Winter Olympic Games in Nagano in 1998, is very long, which is one of the reasons he is regarded as one of the best hockey players of all times. His career as a hockey player is connected with the number 68 worn on his jersey.
Czech-Canadian world champion in figure skating, an entrepreneur, a Canadian politician and minister, a Czech advisor and entrepreneur, a former Canadian ambassador in the Czech Republic.
The most successful Czech automobile racer.
Czech tennis player playing professionally since 2006. She achieved her greatest success in 2011, when she won Wimbledon and WTA Finals.
Czech actor and Czech-American film director and producer, oceanologist, ecologist and writer.
Czechoslovak and later also American tennis player, one of the best female tennis players of all times, a long-time world tennis champion and record holder in the number of tournaments won in singles and doubles.
Czech football player, former captain of the national team, holder of the 2003 Golden Ball and current vice-president of Juventus Turin. He won silver with the national team at the 1996 European Football Championship in England and bronze at the 2004 European Football Championship in Portugal.
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