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Czechoslovakia at the Olympic Games Flag of Czechoslovakia IOC code   TCH At the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona Competitors 208 in 25 sports Flag bearer Jozef Lohyňa Medals Rank: 15 Gold 4 Silver 2 Bronze 1 Total 7 Olympic history (summary) Summer Games 1920 • 1924 • 1928 • 1932 • 1936 • 1948 • 1952 • 1956 • 1960 • 1964 • 1968 • 1972 • 1976 • 1980 • 1984 • 1988 • 1992 Winter Games 1924 • 1928 • 1932 • 1936 • 1948 • 1952 • 1956 • 1960 • 1964 • 1968 • 1972 • 1976 • 1980 • 1984 • 1988 • 1992 Other related appearances Bohemia (1900–1912) Czech Republic (1994–) Slovakia (1994–) The Czech and Slovak Federal Republic (previously known as Czechoslovakia) competed as a nation for the last time at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. After the dissolution of Czechoslovakia at the end of 1992, the Czech Republic and Slovakia would compete as independent nations at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Contents 1 Medalists 1.1 Gold 1.2 Silver 1.3 Bronze 2 Results by event 2.1 Archery 2.2 Athletics 2.3 Badminton 2.4 Basketball 2.4.1 Women's Team Competition 2.5 Boxing 2.6 Canoeing 2.6.1 Flatwater 2.6.2 Water slalom 2.7 Cycling 2.7.1 Road cycling 2.7.2 Track cycling 2.8 Diving 2.9 Equestrian 2.10 Fencing 2.11 Gymnastics 2.11.1 Artistic Gymnastics 2.11.2 Rhythmic Gymnastics 2.12 Handball 2.12.1 Men's Team Competition 2.13 Judo 2.14 Modern pentathlon 2.15 Rowing 2.16 Sailing 2.17 Shooting 2.18 Swimming 2.19 Table Tennis 2.20 Tennis 2.21 Water Polo 2.21.1 Men's Team Competition 2.22 Weightlifting 2.23 Wrestling 2.23.1 Greco-roman 2.23.2 Freestyle 3 References Medalists Gold Jan Železný — Athletics, Men’s Javelin Throw Robert Změlík — Athletics, Men’s Decathlon Lukáš Pollert — Canoeing, Men’s C1 Canadian Slalom Singles Petr Hrdlička — Shooting, Men’s Trap Shooting Silver Jiří Rohan and Miroslav Šimek — Canoeing, Men’s C2 Canadian Slalom Pairs Václav Chalupa — Rowing, Men’s Single Sculls Bronze Luboš Račanský — Shooting, Men’s Running Game Target Results by event Archery Czechoslovakia's second archery appearance came twelve years after its first. Only one man competed for Czechoslovakia, not advancing to the elimination rounds. Men’s Individual Competition: Martin Hámor – Ranking round (did not advance – 65th place) Athletics Men's 110m Hurdles Igor Kováč Heat — 14.12s (→ did not advance) Men's 400m Hurdles Jozef Kucej Heat — 50.28s (→ did not advance) Men's Marathon Karel David — 2:16:34 (→ 19th place) Men's Long Jump Milan Gombala Heat — 7.69 m (→ did not advance) Men's Triple Jump Milan Mikuláš Heat — 16.82 m (→ did not advance) Men's Discus Throw Imrich Bugár Heat — 58.70 m (→ did not advance) Men's Javelin Throw Jan Železný Final — 89.66m (→ Gold Medal) Men's Hammer Throw Pavel Sedláček Heat — 67.76 m (→ did not advance) Men's 20 km Walk Pavol Blažek – 1:29:23 (→ 17th place) Igor Kollár – 1:29:38 (→ 19th place) Jan Záhončík – 1:33:37 (→ 28th place) Men's 50 km Walk Roman Mrázek – 3:55:21 (→ 5th place) Pavol Szikora – 4:17:49 (→ 27th place) Pavol Blažek – 4:22:33 (→ 29th place) Men's Decathlon Robert Změlík — 8.611 points (→ Gold Medal) Women's Marathon Alena Peterková – 2:53:30 (→ 25th place) Women's High Jump Šárka Kašpárková Heat — 1.88m (→ did not advance) Šárka Nováková Heat — 1.83m (→ did not advance) Women's Discus Throw Vladimíra Malátová Heat — 59.04m (→ did not advance) Badminton Men Tomasz Mendrek – Round of 32 (lost to Foo Kok Keong MAS 0-2) Women Eva Lacinová – Round of 64 (lost to Doris Piche CAN 0-2) Basketball Women's Team Competition Preliminary Round (Group B) Lost to United States (55-111) Lost to Spain (58-59) Lost to China (70-72) Classification Matches 5th-8th place: Defeated Brazil (74-62) 5th-6th place: Lost to Spain (58-59) → Sixth place Team Roster Iveta Bielikova Martina Luptakova Ana Janostinova Eva Nemcova Ana Chupikova Eva Antalecova Renata Hirakova Adriana Chamajova Erika Burianova Kamila Vodickova Milena Razgova Eva Berkova Boxing Flyweight (51 kg) Stanislav Vagaský – Round of 32 (lost to Isidrio Visvera PHI) Flyweight (51 kg) Michal Franek – Round of 32 (lost to Lee Seung-Bae KOR) Middleweight (75 kg) Michal Franek – Round of 32 (lost to Lee Seung-Bae KOR) Heavyweight (91 kg) Vojtěch Rückschloss – Quarterfinals (lost to David Tua NZL rsc – 5th place) Super Heavyweight (+91 kg) Peter Hrivňák – Quarterfinals (lost to Brian Nielsen DEN 4-14 – 5th place) Canoeing Flatwater K1 – 500 m men Attila Szabó – semifinal (did not advance) K2 – 500 m men Juraj Kadnár, Róbert Erban – semifinal (did not advance) C1 – 500 m men Slavomír Kňazovický – final: 1:54.51 (4th place) C2 – 500 m men Jan Bartůněk, Waldemar Fibigr – final: 1:44.70 (8th place) K1 – 1000 m men Róbert Erban – semifinal (did not advance) K2 – 1000 m men René Kučera, Petr Hruška – final: 3:23.12 (7th place) K4 – 1000 m men Jozef Turza, Juraj Kadnár, Róbert Erban, Attila Szabó – final: 2:57.06 (4th place) C1 – 1000 m men Jan Bartůněk – final: 4:15,25 (8th place) C2 – 1000 m men Jan Bartůněk, Waldemar Fibigr – final: 1:44,70 (8th place) K2 – 500 m women Jobánková, Janáčková – semifinal (did not advance) K4 – 500 m women Jobánková, Janáčková, Havelková, Vokurková – semifinal (did not advance) Water slalom K1 men Luboš Hilgert – 116.63 (23rd place) Pavel Prindiš – 117.60 (24th place) C1 men Lukáš Pollert – 113.69 (gold medal) Jakub Prüher – 151.85 (26th place) C2 men Miroslav Šimek, Jiří Rohan – 124.25 (silver medal) Petr Štercl, Pavel Štercl – 130.42 (6th place) Jan Petříček, Tomáš Petříček – 131.86 (7th place) K1 women Zdenka Grossmannová – 135.79 (5th place) Štěpánka Hilgertová – 141.43 (12th place) Marcela Sadilová – 150.38 (20th place) Cycling Road cycling Road team trial Czechoslovakia – 2:06:44 (8th place) Jaroslav Bílek Miroslav Lipták Pavel Padrnos František Trkal Individual road race František Trkal – 25th place Lubomír Kejval – 27th place Pavel Padrnos – 69th place Track cycling 4 km individual pursuit Michal Baldrián – 14th place 4 km team pursuit Czechoslovakia – 8th place Jan Panáček Pavel Tesař Rudolf Juřický Svatopluk Buchta Individual sprint Jaroslav Jeřábek – 13th place Individual points race Lubor Tesař – 5th place Diving Women's 3m Springboard Heidemarie Bártová Preliminary Round — 286.14 points Final — 491.49 points (→ 4th place) Equestrian Showjumping Jiří Pecháček, Garta – withdrew due to horse’s illness in qualification round Fencing Épée men Aleš Depta – 16th place Jiří Douba – 21st place Roman Ječmínek – 35th place Épée men teams Czechoslovakia – preliminary group: 2 losses (did not advance, 9th place) Aleš Depta Jiří Douba Roman Ječmínek Gymnastics Two men and three Czechoslovak women participated in the artistic gymnastics competition, but only Pavla Kinclová managed to advance to the all-around finals in comparison to three finalists in 1988, where Czechoslovakia entered whole women's team. Daniela Bártová later switched to athletics and participated in the 2000 Olympics in pole vault. Lenka Oulehlová recorded second of her three Olympic participations with her (and Czechoslovakia's all-time rhythmic gymnastics) best Olympics result - 8th place. Artistic Gymnastics Men Martin Modlitba – qualification all-around: 112.625 points (62nd place) Arnold Bugár – qualification all-around: 111.200 points (77th place) Women Pavla Kinclová – final all-around: 38.899 points (24th place) Iveta Poloková – qualification all-around: 76.773 points (58th place) Daniela Bártová – qualification all-around: 76.535 points (64th place) Rhythmic Gymnastics Individual Lenka Oulehlová – final: 56.137 points (8th place) Jana Šrámková – qualification: 27.650 points (16th place) Handball Men's Team Competition Preliminary Round (Group A) Czechoslovakia – Sweden 14-20 Czechoslovakia – Iceland 16-16 Czechoslovakia – South Korea 19-20 Czechoslovakia – Brazil 27-16 Czechoslovakia – Hungary 18-20 Classification Match 9th/10th place: Czechoslovakia – Germany 20-19 (→ Ninth place) Team Roster Petr Baumruk Roman Bečvář Zoltan Bergendi Milan Folta Petr Házl Ľuboš Hudák Peter Kakaščík Peter Kalafut Václav Lanča Peter Mesiarik Bohumír Prokop Jan Sedláček Martin Šetlík Ľubomír Švajlen Michal Tonar Zdenek Vaněk Head Coach: František Šulc Judo 60 kg men Petr Šedivák – 1st round (lost to Junior BRA) 65 kg men Pavel Petřikov – 3rd round (lost to Csak HUN), repechage 1st round (lost to Laats BEL) 71 kg men Josef Věnsek – 3rd round (lost to Korhoren FIN) 95 kg men Jiří Sosna – 2nd round (lost to Aurelio BRA) 61 kg women Miroslava Jánošíková – 3rd round (lost to Arad ISR), repechage 1st round (lost to Martin ESP) Modern pentathlon Men Petr Blažek – 5.239 points (14th place) Tomáš Fleissner – 5.128 points (29th place) Jiří Prokopius – 4.635 points (57th place) Men – teams Czechoslovakia – 15.002 points (9th place) Petr Blažek Tomáš Fleissner Jiří Prokopius Rowing Single sculls men Václav Chalupa – final: 6:52.93 (silver medal) Coxed pairs men Czechoslovakia – withdrew Michal Dalecký, Dušan Macháček, cox Oldřich Hejdušek Coxed fours men Czechoslovakia – 10th place Petr Batěk, Martin Parkán, Martin Tomaštík, Ivo Žerava, cox Martin Svoboda Eights men Czechoslovakia – 12th place Radek Zavadil, Pavel Sokol, Petr Blecha, Jan Beneš, Pavel Menšík, Ondřej Holeček, Jiří Šefčík, Dušan Businský, cox Jiří Pták Paired fours women Czechoslovakia – final: 6:35,99 (6th place) Irena Soukupová, Michaela Burešová, Hana Kafková, Lubica Novotníková Eights women Czechoslovakia – 8th place Hana Žáková, Hana Dariusová, Renata Beránková, Martina Šefčíková, Sabina Telenská, Radka Zavadilová,Michaela Vávrová, Eliška Jandová, korm.Lenka Kováčová Sailing Men's Sailboard (Lechner A-390) Patrik Hrdina Final Ranking — 239.0 points (→ 25th place) Women's 470 Class Renata Srbová and Radmila Dobnerová Final Ranking — 112 points (→ 16th place) Shooting Air rifle men Petr Kůrka – 588 points (13th place) Dalimil Nejezchleba – 586 points (21st place) Free pistol men Stanislav Jirkal – 553 points (17th place) Air pistol men Stanislav Jirkal – 580 points (10th place) Rapid fire pistol men Jindřich Skupa – 584 points (13th place) Rifle prone men Milan Bakeš – 591 points (31st place) Miroslav Varga – 591 points (31st place) Rifle 3x40 men Petr Kůrka – 1162 points (11th place) Milan Bakeš – 1155 points (21st place) Skeet men Luboš Adamec – 197 points (11th place) Leoš Hlaváček – 196 points (16th place) David Valter – 195 points (21st place) Trap men Petr Hrdlička – 219 points (gold medal) Pavel Kubec – 218 points (5th place) Running target Luboš Račanský – 670 points (bronze medal) Miroslav Januš – 572 points (9th place) Air rifle women Dagmar Bílková – 494.9 points (4th place) Lenka Koloušková – 586 points (17th place) Standard rifle 3x20 women Lenka Koloušková – 579 points (9th place) Dagmar Bílková – 571 points (24th place) Sport pistol women Jindřiška Šimková – 575 points (14th place) Regina Kodýmová – 573 points (21st place) Swimming Men’s 100m Backstroke Rastislav Bizub – heat: 57.57 s (did not advance, 24th place) Marcel Blažo – heat: 57.61 s (did not advance, 26th place) Men’s 200m Backstroke Marcel Blažo – heat: 2:02.81 (did not advance, 19th place) Rastislav Bizub – heat: 2:03.30 (did not advance, 23rd place) Men’s 100m Breaststroke Radek Beinhauer – heat: 1:04.88 (did not advance, 32nd place) Men’s 200m Breaststroke Radek Beinhauer – B-final: 2:16.07 (13th place) Women’s 50m Freestyle Martina Moravcová – heat: 26.92 s (did not advance, 29th place) Women’s 100m Freestyle Martina Moravcová – heat: 57.19 s (did not advance, 18th place) Women’s 400m Freestyle Olga Šplíchalová – heat: 4:15.43, B-final: 4:16.41 (14th place) Hana Černá – heat: 4:19.87, B-final, B-final: 4:21.50 (16th place) Women’s 800m Freestyle Olga Šplíchalová – final: 8:37.66 (6th place) Women’s 100m Backstroke Helena Straková – heat: 1:05.38 (did not advance, 30th place) Martina Moravcová – heat: 1:05.73 (did not advance, 31st place) Women’s 200m Backstroke Helena Straková – heat: 2:18.44 (did not advance, 30th place) Women’s 100m Breaststroke Lenka Maňhalová – heat: 1:13.96 (did not advance, 29th place) Women’s 100m Butterfly Martina Moravcová – heat: 1:02.11 (did not advance, 19th place) Women’s 200m Individual Medley Hana Černá – heat: 2:19.93 (did not advance, 22nd place) Lenka Manhalová – heat: 2:20.52 (did not advance, 24th place) Women’s 400m Individual Medley Hana Černá – B-final: 4:50.30 (14th place) Table Tennis Men’s singles Petr Korbel – preliminary group: 2 wins, 1 loss (did not advance) Roland Vími – preliminary group: 1 win, 2 losses (did not advance) Tomáš Jančí – preliminary group: 3 losses (did not advance) Women’s singles Marie Hrachová – 4th place preliminary group: 3 wins round of 16: lost to Chai Po Wa HKG 0-3 Women’s doubles Marie Hrachová, J. Mihočková – preliminary group: 2 wins, 1 loss (did not advance) Tennis Men Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Medal Match Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Rank Marián Vajda Singles  G Bloom (ISR) L 6–7(7), 1–6, 0–6 Did not advance Women Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Medal Match Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Opposition Score Rank Jana Novotná Singles  N Zvereva (EUN) L 1–6, 0–6 Did not advance Helena Suková Singles  N Randriantefy (MAD) W 6-0, 6-1  Angélica Gavaldón (MEX) L 6–4, 4–6, 3–5 r. Did not advance Jana Novotná Andrea Strnadová Doubles  Ruxandra Dragomir (ROM)  Irina Spîrlea (ROM) W 6–1, 6–4  Kimiko Date (JPN)  Maya Kidowaki (JPN) W 6–3, 7–6(4)  Rachel McQuillan (AUS)  Nicole Provis (AUS) L 3–6, 3–6 Did not advance Water Polo Men's Team Competition Preliminary Round (Group A) Lost to Unified Team (6-10) Lost to United States (3-9) Lost to Germany (9-15) Lost to France (6-14) Lost to Australia (9-15) Classification Matches Lost to the Netherlands (8-9) Lost to Greece (8-10) → 12th place Team Roster Roman Bacik Eduard Baluch Vidor Borsig Tomas Bundschuh Pavol Dinzik Peter Hornak Julius Izdinsky Miroslav Janich Stefan Kmeto Roman Polacik Ladislav Vidumansky Petr Veszelits Weightlifting 82.5 kg René Durbák – 330 kg (147.5 kg + 182.5 kg) – 18th place 100 kg Petr Krol – 362.5 kg (162.5 kg + 200 kg) – 12th place Jaroslav Jokel – 355 kg (162.5 kg + 192.5 kg) – 14th place 110 kg Miloš Čiernik – 352.5 kg (160 kg + 192.5 kg) – 16th place +110 kg Jiří Zubrický– 392.5 kg (170 kg + 222.5 kg) – 6th place Wrestling Greco-roman 62 kg Jindřich Vavrla – eliminated in 2nd round 74 kg Jaroslav Zeman – 7th place 82 kg Pavel Frinta – 8th place Freestyle 74 kg Milan Revický – eliminated in 3rd round 82 kg Jozef Lohyňa – 5th place 90 kg Josef Palatinus – eliminated in 3rd round 82 kg Juraj Štech – eliminated in 2nd round References sports-reference v · d · eNations at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain Africa Algeria • Angola • Benin • Botswana • Burkina Faso • Cameroon • Central African Republic • Chad • Congo • Côte d'Ivoire • Djibouti • Egypt • Equatorial Guinea • Ethiopia • Gabon • Gambia • Ghana • Guinea • Kenya • Lesotho • Libya • Madagascar • Malawi • Mali • Mauritania • Mauritius • Morocco • Mozambique • Namibia • Niger • Nigeria • Rwanda • Senegal • Seychelles • Sierra Leone • South Africa • Sudan • Swaziland • Tanzania • Togo • Tunisia • Uganda • Zaire • Zambia • Zimbabwe America Antigua‑Barbuda • Argentina • Aruba • Bahamas • Barbados • Belize • Bermuda • Bolivia • Brazil • British Virgin Islands • Canada • Cayman Islands • Chile • Colombia • Costa Rica • Cuba • Dominican Republic • Ecuador • El Salvador • Grenada • Guatemala • Guyana • Haiti • Honduras • Jamaica • Mexico • Netherlands Antilles • Nicaragua • Panama • Paraguay • Peru • Puerto Rico • Saint Vincent‑Grenadines • Suriname • Trinidad‑Tobago • United States • Uruguay • Venezuela • Virgin Islands Asia Bahrain • Bangladesh • Bhutan • China • Hong Kong • India • Indonesia • Iran • Iraq • Japan • Jordan • North Korea • South Korea • Kuwait • Laos • Lebanon • Malaysia • Maldives • Mongolia • Myanmar • Nepal • Oman • Pakistan • Philippines • Qatar • Saudi Arabia • Singapore • Sri Lanka • Syria • Chinese Taipei • Thailand • United Arab Emirates • Vietnam • Yemen Europe Albania • Andorra • Austria • Belgium • Bosnia‑Herzegovina • Bulgaria • Croatia • Cyprus • Czechoslovakia • Denmark • Estonia • Finland • France • Germany • Great Britain • Greece • Hungary • Iceland • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Latvia • Liechtenstein • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Malta • Monaco • Netherlands • Norway • Poland • Portugal • Romania • San Marino • Slovenia • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Turkey • Unified Team • Independent Olympic Participants Oceania American Samoa • Australia • Cook Islands • Fiji • Guam • New Zealand • Papua New Guinea • Samoa • Solomon Islands • Tonga • Vanuatu