Czech Republic men's national inline hockey team

The Czech men's national inline hockey team is the national team for the Czech Republic. The Czechs have won two medals at the IIHF Inline Hockey World Championships, despite the fact that NHL players have frequently been on the team roster. Most recently, the team finished seventh at the 2007 Men's World Inline Hockey Championships.

Czech Republic men's national inline hockey team
Medal record
Men's Inline Hockey
World Championships
Silver medal – second place 2000 – Nürnberg Top Division
Bronze medal – third place 2001 – Ellenton Top Division
Gold medal – first place 2010 – Pardubice Top Division
Bronze medal – third place 2017 – Bratislava Top Division

2008 World Championship teamEdit

Pos. Player Team
GK Ondrej Sturala  
GK Tomas Martin  
D Ludek Broz   Brûleurs de loups
D Aleš Hemský   Edmonton Oilers
D Vladimir Kames   River Rats Geretsried
D Tomas Mojzis   Peoria Rivermen
D Karel Rachůnek   New Jersey Devils
D Pavel Strycek   HC Blansko
F Jan Besser   HC Berounsti Medvedi
F Petr Hemský   TJ Stadion Kutna Hora
F Roman Nesrsta   ESC Thüringen Erfurt
F Jiri Polansky   HC Trinec
F Petr Tenkrát   Timrå IK
F Ladislav Vlcek   HC Berounsti Medvedi
F Martin Vozdecky   KH Sanok

IIHF World Championship results by yearEdit

FIRS World Championship results by yearEdit

  • 1995 Chicago – 5th place
  • 1996 Roccarasonot participated
  • 1997 Zell am See – 4th place
  • 1998 Winnipeg – Bronze Medal  
  • 1999 Thun, Wichtrach – Bronze Medal  
  • 2000 Amiens – Bronze Medal  
  • 2001 Torrevieja – Silver Medal  
  • 2002 Rochester – Bronze Medal  
  • 2003 Písek – Silver Medal  
  • 2004 London – 4th place
  • 2005 Paris – Silver Medal  
  • 2006 Detroit – Silver Medal  
  • 2007 Bilbao – Gold Medal  
  • 2008 Ratingen – Bronze Medal  
  • 2009 Varese – Bronze Medal  
  • 2010 Beroun – Bronze Medal  
  • 2011 Roccaraso – Gold Medal  
  • 2012 Bucaramanga – Bronze Medal  
  • 2013 Anaheim – Gold Medal  
  • 2014 Toulouse – Silver Medal  
  • 2015 Rosario – Gold Medal  
  • 2016 Asiago, Roana – Gold Medal  
  • 2017 Nanjing – Bronze Medal  
  • 2018 Asiago, Roana – Gold Medal  

FIRS World Championship results by yearEdit

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