Czech Medal Count and Results for 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics

The Czech Olympic team has secured 6 medals so far at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Games.

Veronika Vítková: Bronze

Czech biathlon competitor Veronika Vítková won the first winter Olympic medal for the Czech Republic.

Vítková won a bronze medal in the sprint competition and was just 1.6 seconds behind the second placed Norwegian Marte Olsbu. The competition was won by Germany’s Laura Dahlmeir

Michal Krčmář: SIlver

Czech Michal Krčmář won the country’s second medal in the Winter Olympics with a second place in the biathlon sprint event.

Krčmář was just 4.4 seconds behind the winner, Germany’s Arnd Peiffer.

Twenty-seven year old Krčmář’s best place in the previous world cup season was third and a bronze. The Olympic silver is the first major medal of his career.

Eva Samková: Bronze

Czech Snowboard cross competitor Eva Samková has won the bronze medal at the Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.

Samková, the reigning Olympic champion, said it felt like the gold she won four years earlier. The competition was won by Italian Michela Moioli.

Martina Sablíková: Silver

The Czech Republic has won its second silver medal in the Winter Olympics and its fourth overall.

Czech speed skater Martina Sablíková finished second in her favourite 5000 metres race, clinching her sixth Winter Olympics medal in total.

The 29-year-old Czech racer didn’t succeed in defending her victories and gold medals from the two previous games, finishing two seconds behind her Dutch rival Esmee Visser.

Ester Ledecká: Gold

The Czech Republic has won its first gold medal in the Winter Olympics and its fifth overall.

Czech world champion snowboarder, Ester Ledecká, delivered one of the biggest surprises in Winter Olympics history on Saturday, winning the women’s super-G by the slimmest of margins.

Ledecká, who is the first ever athlete to compete in both skiing and snowboarding at the Olympics, finished with a winning time of 1min 21.12sec to snatch the gold from the the two-time overall World Cup Anna Veith by one-hundredth of a second.

The 22-year-old Czech, who was racing out of the 26th position on skis borrowed from American star Mikaela Shiffrin, had never before finished on podium in an alpine event.

Karolína Erbanová: Bronze

The Czech Republic has won its third bronze medal in the Winter Olympics and its sixth overall.

Czech speed skater Karolína Erbanová finished third in the women’s 500 metres race at the Gangneung Olympic oval on Sunday. The 25-year-old Czech crossed the line in 37.34 seconds, finishing just 0.01 seconds behind the defending champion Lee Sang-hwa of South Korea. The reigning world champion Nao Kodaira took the gold medal.

NAME

SPORT

EVENT

Medal

Veronika Vitkova

Biathlon

Women’s 7.5km Sprint

Bronze

Michal Krcmar

Biathlon

Men’s 10km Sprint

Silver

Eva Samkova

Snowboarding

Women’s Snowboard Cross Big Final

Bronze

Martina Sablikova

Speed Skating

Women’s 5000m

Silver

Ester Ledecka

Alpine Skiing

Women’s Super-G

Gold

Karolina Erbanova

Speed Skating

Women’s 500m Final

Bronze

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