Czechoslovak male single skaters

Posted May 24, 2011
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  1. Ondrej Nepela
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    Ondrej Nepela

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    Ondrej Nepela (22 January 1951 – 2 February 1989) was a Slovak figure skater who represented Czechoslovakia. He was the 1972 Olympic champion, a three-time World champion (1971–73), and a five-time European champion (1969–73). Later in his career, he performed professionally and became a coach.


  2. Karol Divín
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    Karol Divín

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    Karol "Karcsi" Emil Divín, born Finster, (born 22 February 1936) is a former competitive figure skater who represented Czechoslovakia. He is the 1960 Olympic silver medalist, a two-time European champion (1958–59), and a two-time World medalist (silver in 1962, bronze in 1964).


  3. Marian Filc
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    Marian Filc

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    Marián Filc (16 September 1948 — 9 February 1993) was a Slovak figure skater who competed for Czechoslovakia. He placed tenth at the 1968 Winter Olympics. His coach was Hilda Múdra.


  4. Josef Slíva
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    Josef Slíva

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    Josef Slíva (born November 25, 1898, date of death unknown) was a Czech figure skater who competed for Czechoslovakia in the 1924 Winter Olympics and in the 1928 Winter Olympics.


  5. Jozef Sabovčík
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    Jozef Sabovčík

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    Jozef (Jumping Joe) Sabovčík (born 4 December 1963) is a Slovak figure skater who competed representing Czechoslovakia. He is the 1984 Olympic bronze medalist, a two-time European champion (1985 and 1986), and a six-time national champion of Czechoslovakia.


  6. Jaroslav Suchý
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    Jaroslav Suchý

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    Jaroslav Suchý (born 3 January 1971) is a Czech former competitive figure skater. Internationally, he represented Czechoslovakia until its dissolution and then the Czech Republic. He is the 1995 Czech national champion. His highest senior ISU Championship result was 13th at the 1993 European Championships in Helsinki, Finland. He began skating in 1977 and retired from competition in 1997.


  7. Rastislav Vnučko
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    Rastislav Vnučko

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    Rastislav Vnučko (born 21 January 1975) is a Slovak former competitive figure skater. He is a three-time Slovak national champion. Internationally, he represented Czechoslovakia until its dissolution and then Slovakia. He was coached by Vladimír Dvojnikov in Bratislava. After retiring from competition, Vnučko became a skating coach. He works in Sweden.


  8. Zdeněk Fikar
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    Zdeněk Fikar

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    Zdeněk Fikar (born 18 May 1926) is a former figure skater. He represented Czechoslovakia at the 1948 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, Switzerland and finished 13th. Fikar also competed at one World and six European Championships. His best result was fourth at the 1950 European Championships in Oslo, Norway.


  9. Zdeněk Pazdírek
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    Zdeněk Pazdírek

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    Zdeněk Pazdírek (born 13 December 1953) is a former competitive figure skater who represented Czechoslovakia. He is the 1974–75 national champion. Following his competitive career, he toured professionally with Holiday on Ice from 1981–89. He married British figure skater Karena Richardson.


  10. Josef Dědič
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    Josef Dědič

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    Josef Dědič (b. 1924; d. June 19, 1993 in Prague) was a Czechoslovak figure skater and sport official. He placed 9th at the 1948 European Figure Skating Championships and retired from competitive skating in that year.


  11. Vladislav Čáp
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    Vladislav Čáp

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    Vladislav Čáp (born April 13, 1926) was a figure skater who competed internationally for Czechoslovakia. He was the 1947 European silver medalist. He competed at the 1948 Winter Olympics and placed 10th.


  12. Petr Barna
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    Petr Barna

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    Petr Barna (born 9 March 1966) is a Czech former competitive figure skater who competed for Czechoslovakia. He is the 1992 European champion, the 1992 Olympic bronze medalist, and a seven-time Czechoslovak national champion. He was the first man to land a quadruple jump in Olympic competition.




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