Czech Olympic Committee

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The Czech Olympic Committee (Český olympijský výbor – ČOV) is the National Olympic Committee (NOC) representing the Czech Republic.wikipedia
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Věra Čáslavská

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During the 1990s she held several positions of honor, including a term as president of the Czech Olympic Committee.

Jiří Kejval

Jiri Kejval
Jiří Kejval (born 30 November 1967 in Prague) is an entrepreneur, President of the Czech Olympic Committee, member of IOC and former international rower.

National Olympic Committee

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The Czech Olympic Committee (Český olympijský výbor – ČOV) is the National Olympic Committee (NOC) representing the Czech Republic.
Former states (e.g. The Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Netherlands Antilles, etc.), are not listed, only the current states derived from them: for example, the Czech Olympic Committee representing Bohemia was created and recognized in 1899.

Czechoslovak Olympic Committee

It was transformed into the Czechoslovak Olympic Committee in 1919 and reconstituted under its original name in 1992, being formally recognized by the IOC again in 1993.
It was established in Prague in 1919 and it took the place of the Czech Olympic Committee in the Association of National Olympic Committees.

Emanuel Bosák

He served as a member of the IAAF European Commission from 1952 to 1970, of the IAAF Council 1968 until 1972, as president of the Czechoslovak Association of Physical Education and the Czechoslovak Olympic Committee from 1967 to 1970 and Minister of Sports from 1969 to 1970.

Czech Republic at the Olympics

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The National Olympic Committee for the Czech Republic is the Czech Olympic Committee, which was founded in 1899 and recognized in its current form by the International Olympic Committee in 1993.

Czech Republic

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The Czech Olympic Committee (Český olympijský výbor – ČOV) is the National Olympic Committee (NOC) representing the Czech Republic.

International Olympic Committee

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It was transformed into the Czechoslovak Olympic Committee in 1919 and reconstituted under its original name in 1992, being formally recognized by the IOC again in 1993.

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Czech Republic at the 2012 Summer Olympics

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The Czech Olympic Committee sent a total of 133 athletes to the Games, 68 men and 65 women, to compete in 19 sports.

Czech Republic at the 2004 Summer Olympics

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The Czech Olympic Committee sent the nation's largest team to the Games since the post-Czechoslovak era.

Czech Republic at the 2016 Summer Olympics

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Czech Olympic Committee fielded a roster of 105 athletes, 63 men and 42 women, to compete across twenty sports at these Games; it was the nation's smallest delegation sent to the Olympics since the breakup of the former Czechoslovakia.

Petr Koukal (badminton)

Petr Koukal
In July 2012, Czech Olympic Committee announced selection of Koukal for flag bearer of Czech team at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, citing him as an example of sport role in recovery from a grave illness and of return to competition at top level.