Romana Maláčová

Romana Maláčová (Czech pronunciation: [ˈromana ˈmalaːtʃovaː]; born 15 May 1987, in Brno) is a Czech athlete who specialises in the pole vault.[3] She represented her country at the 2009 World Championships without qualifying for the final. In addition, she competed at three outdoor and two indoor European Championships.

Romana Maláčová
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Personal information
Born (1987-05-15) 15 May 1987 (age 32)
Brno, Czechoslovakia
EducationUniversity of Economics and Management[1]
Height1.64 m (5 ft 5 in)[1]
Weight56 kg (123 lb)
Sport
SportAthletics
Event(s)Pole vault
ClubUSK Praha
KS AZS AWF Wrocław Playas de Castellón (ESP)
Coached byZdeněk Lubenský
Dariusz Łoś[2]

Her personal bests in the event are 4.50 metres outdoors (Prague 2014) and 4.62 metres indoors (Clermont-Ferrand 2016).

Competition recordEdit

 
Romana Maláčová jumping during the IAAF World Challenge Meeting Madrid 2017.
Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing the   Czech Republic
2006 World Junior Championships Beijing, China 17th (q) 3.80 m
2007 European U23 Championships Debrecen, Hungary 12th 4.00 m
2009 European U23 Championships Kaunas, Lithuania 11th 4.05 m
World Championships Berlin, Germany 30th (q) 4.10 m
2010 European Championships Barcelona, Spain 16th (q) 4.25 m
2011 Universiade Shenzhen, China 10th 4.25 m
2012 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 18th (q) 4.25 m
2013 European Indoor Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 10th (q) 4.36 m
Universiade Kazan, Russia 4th 4.30 m
2014 European Championships Zürich, Switzerland 17th (q) 4.25 m
2015 European Indoor Championships Prague, Czech Republic 16th (q) 4.30 m
Universiade Gwangju, South Korea 6th 4.25 m
2016 World Indoor Championships Portland, United States 8th 4.50 m
European Championships Amsterdam, Netherlands NM
Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 24th (q) 4.30 m
2017 European Indoor Championships Belgrade, Serbia 13th 4.40 m
World Championships London, United Kingdom 18th (q) 4.35 m
2019 European Indoor Championships Glasgow, United Kingdom 13th (q) 4.50 m
World Championships Doha, Qatar 22nd (q) 4.35 m

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