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Czech Republic national korfball team

Czech Republic
Association Český korfbalový svaz (CKS)
IKF membership 1989
IKF code CZE
IKF rank 8 (Nov.2013)
World Championships
Appearances 4 (First in 1995)
Best result 3rd place, 2003, 2007
World Games
Appearances 3 (First in 2005)
Best result 4th place, 2005
European Championships
Appearances 4 (First in 1998)
Best result Runners-up, 2002
website

The Czech Republic national korfball team is managed by the Czech Korfball Association (CKA), representing the Czech Republic in korfball international competitions.

Tournament history

World Championships[1]
Year Championship Host Classification
1995 5th World Championship New Delhi (India) 7th place
2003 7th World Championship Rotterdam (The Netherlands) 3rd place
2007 8th World Championship Brno (Czech Republic) 3rd place
2011 9th World Championship Shaoxing (China) 8th place
World Games[2]
Year Championship Host Classification
2005 7th World Games Duisburg (Germany) 3rd place
2009 8th World Games Kaohsiung (Taiwan) 5th place
2013 9th World Games Cali (Colombia) 7th place
European Championships[3]
Year Championship Host Classification
1998 1st European Championship Portugal 4th place
2002 2nd European Championship Catalonia 2nd place
2006 3rd European Championship Budapest (Hungary) 3rd place
2010 4th European Championship (Netherlands) 3rd place

Current squad

National team at 2011 World Championship[4]
  • Martina Bouman
  • Marie Coufalová
  • Martina Jindrová
  • Eliska Jonáková
  • Lenka Nasadilová
  • Tereza Paďouková
  • Klara Zábojová
 
  • Jakub Bláha
  • Vlastimil Krejčí
  • Matej Kubíček
  • Petr Malačka
  • Jiri Podzemský
  • Roman Seifert
  • Tomas Sládek
 

References

  1. ^ "The history of the IKF and the IKF World Championship". IKF. 
  2. ^ IKF (ed.). "The history of the IKF and the World Games" (in anglès). 
  3. ^ "The history of the IKF European Championship". IKF. 
  4. ^ "2011 World Championship". IKF. 

External links

  • Český korfbalový svaz
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