Prezentace na téma: "Project Comenius a tale of trial, triumph and life style J.A. Comenius Primary School Anežka Gargalíková, Táňa Kováčová, Hana Krmíčková, Aneta Odstrčilíková,"— Transkript prezentace:
Project Comenius a tale of trial, triumph and life style J.A. Comenius Primary School Anežka Gargalíková, Táňa Kováčová, Hana Krmíčková, Aneta Odstrčilíková, Radek Barabáš and Petr Koloušek The Olympic spirit The Czech Olympic Winners
The Olympic Games began in 776 BC in Olympia in Ancient Greece were a series of athletic competitions held in honour of Zeus
The Olympic Flame is a symbol of the Olympic Games it commemorate the steal of fire from the Greek god Zeus by Prometheus a fire was kept burning throughout the celebration of the ancient Olympics
The Olympic Flag has blue, yellow, black, green and red rings it represents the five inhabited continents of the world
Czech Olympic Winners - this mark indicates the number of gold medals
Josef Beránek Jan Berger Eva Bosáková Jan Brzák-Felix Jan Čaloun František Čapek Věra Čáslavská Jiří Daler Ludvík Daněk Martin Doktor Jiří Dopita Milena Duchková Kateřína Emmons Olga Fikotová Roman Hamrlík Dominik Hašek Jiří Havlis Milan Hejduk Štěpánka Hilgertová Ivan Hlinka Milan Hnilička Josef Holeček Zdeňka Honsová Petr Hrdlička Alois Hudec
Jaromír Jágr Jan Jindra Miroslav Koranda David Kostelecký Marie Kovářová Václav Kozák Bohumil Kudrna František Kučera Jan Kůrka Robert Lang Werner Lička Stanislav Lusk Luděk Macela Vítězslav Mácha Vladimír Martinec Josef Mazura Miloslav Mečíř Karel Mejta Miloslava Misáková David Moravec Václav Mottl Milena Müllerová Petr Němec Bohumil Němeček Jaroslav Netolička Kateřina Neumannová
Pavel Patera Luboš Pokluda Lukáš Pollert Jozef Pribilinec Libor Procházka Martin Procházka Libor Radimec Jiří Raška Robert Reichel Miloslava Rezková Oldřich Rott Zdeněk Rygel Martin Ručinský Vladimír Růžička Věra Růžičková Martina Sáblíková Stanislav Seman Jaroslav Skobla Božena Srncová Martin Straka Jindřich Svoboda Petr Svoboda Vladimír Syrovátka Roman Šebrle Olga Šilhánková Zdeněk Škrlant
Jiří Šlégr Richard Šmehlík Jaroslav Špaček Barbora Špotáková Zdeněk Šreiner František Štambachr Bedřich Šupčík Anton Tkáč Július Torma Rostislav Václavíček Ladislav Vácha Aleš Valenta František Ventura Zdena Veřmířovská Ladislav Vízek Ján Zachara Ota Zaremba Emil Zátopek Dana Zátopková Hans Zdražila Robert Změlík Jan Železný That is 99 sportsmen altogether.
The first Olympic gold medal the first Olympic gold medal for Czechoslovakia won Bedřich Šupčík he represented Czechoslovakia at the Paris Games in 1924 and won climbing the rope without pushing
The Most Successful Athletes sportgoldsilvertotal Věra Čáslavská artistic gymnastics 7411 Emil Zátopek athletics 415 Jan Železný athletics 314
Věra Čáslavská Věra Čáslavská (uprostřed) na ME 1967. in 16 years she attended her first race – World Gymnastic Cup four times she was The Best World‘s Sportswoman
in Tokyo in 1964 she won 3 gold medals and in Mexico in 1968 4 gold medals she is still the most successful Czech Olympian she also recived the highest Japan honor (Order of the Rising Sun)
during the Olympics in Mexico she married Czech sportsman Josef Odložil it was fairytale wedding she finished sports career after her wedding this year she celebrates 69 years
In this video Věra Čáslavská is practising at Olympics in Tokyo in 1964.
And in this video there are her other practising.
Emil Zatopek was Czech athlete, who won four gold Olympic in running he was born in a poor family, which had seven children Zatopek was a native Moravian Emil Zátopek
at sixteen he started working in Baťa shoe factory in Zlin. in this town he began racing at the age of 22 the greatest glory he won at the Summer Olympics in London in 1948 and in 1952 in Helsinki.
Zatopek was the first man in the world, who ran 10km under 29 minutes his nickname was „Czech locomotive“
his wife Dana was also an excellent Czech athlete
Zatopek died after a long illness in Prague in 2000 at the age of 78 each year in Kopřivnice it is held Zatopek run.
Jan Železný he was born on 16 June 1966 both his parents were sportmen his sports career was starts by his entry into the army
in 1987 he threw his first world record – 87.66 m he is regarded as the best javelin thrower of all time his personal record is 98.48 m Jan Želený won his three gold medals in 1992 in Barcelona, 1996 in Atlanta and in 2000 in Sydney
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