The tournament

On 22.9.2018 will take place top cycleball tournament in category U23. Tournament will be in the premises Town hall Zlín, which offers wide backgrounds to both competitors and viewers. The visitors are prepared not only about 400 places, but also a restaurant with a view directly on the course.

Few words about Zlín:

Country town Zlín is located in east part of Czech republic. town of remarkable architecture, a pearl of one of the most popular styles of all time – Functionalism, in the city where the Czech Industrial Revolution began. Tomáš Baťa transformed Zlín into a hotbed of new and revolutionary ideas. You can encounter his legacy at every step and meet new and modern ideas to this very day.

The city center, with its factory grounds and typical residential districts, is a heritage zone and part of European cultural heritage. Zlín also boasts a variety of epithets – it is called a city of students, greenery, sport, design and film. Tomáš Baťa University is a center of cutting-edge science and research on a national and in many respects even international scale.
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Hala Zelené

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS U23 PROGRAM, Zlín 22.9.2018

9.00Training
10.00Groups matches
17.00Opening ceremony
Final matches
19.30Expected time for final ceremony

Teams

Group 1
AUT 1: Kevin Bachmann, Stefan Feuerstein
GER: Max Rückschloss, Eric Haerdicke
BEL: Bjorn Stockmans, Jonas Daniels
SUI 2: Björn Vogel, Rafael Artho
CZE 2: Radek Adam, Miroslav Gottfried
Group 2
SUI 1: Roger Artho, Manuel Mutti
FRA: Mathias Seyfried, Thomas Leclerc
CZE 1: Jiří Hrdlička, Roman Staněk
AUT 2: Simon Buchhäusl, Bastian Arnoldi
HUN: Bence Krausz, Viktor Orcsik


AUT 1 (Kevin Bachmann, Stefan Feuerstein)
U23 European champions 2016 and 2017
SUI 1 (Roger Artho, Manuel Mutti)
U23European vicemisters 2017
GER (Max Rückschloss, Eric Haedicke)
U19 European champions 2016 and 2017
This year masters of Germany cup U23
FRA (Mathias Seyfried, Thomas Leclerc)
U23 European championships Bronze medalists 2017
BEL (Bjorn Stockmans, Jonas Daniels)
Novices in category U23
Participants junior European championships
CZE 1 (Jiří Hrdlička ml., Roman Staněk)
Five times masters of Czech republic U23
5th place in European championships 2017
SUI 2 (Rafael Artho, Björn Vogel)
European championships Juniors Bronze medalists 2017 and 2018
AUT 2 (Bastian Arnoldi, Simon Buchhäusl)
6 th place in Austria championship 2017
CZE 2 (Radek Adam, Miroslav Gottfried)
Czech republic vicemasters 2017
HUN (Bence Krausz, Viktor Orcsik)
Novices in category U23
Participants of junior European championships


Schedule

Under construction


The cycleball

By wikipedia (www.cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolov%C3%A1) is definition of cycleball this:

Cycleball is a sport similar to association football played on bicycles. The two people on each team ride a fixed gear bicycle with no brakes or freewheel. The ball is controlled by the bike and the head, except when defending the goal. Players has two roles which can be change everytime. 1. role is goalman - he can use hand and catch the ball in the goalpost. 2. role is defender. All can´t step down to the ground.

First time was this sport introduced in 1899 by German-american from Lucern Nicholas Edward Kaufmann and McAnny during sport celebration in Hamburk. It was very simple form

Regularly competition where met national teams on cycleball European Championship. This competitions took place three times from 1927 to 1929 and first organizer of important event was Köln. After that European Championship was replaced by World championship in 1930 in Lipsk.

First winners were Germans Walter a Georg Stolzeové, who defended their title in 1928.

First winners of World championship were Germany pair Karl Berndt a Willi Scheibe.

Cyclebal is popular in Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Itaty, Japan, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Currently World championship attend 27 countries from Europe, America, Asia and Australia. The most successful players were the Pospíšil brothers of Czechoslovakia, world champions 20 times between 1965 and 1988.


Club Sokol Zlín-Prštné

Club of indoor cycling in Zlín was founded in Spring 1955 by older brother from cycling family Mudřík. First steps to indoor cyling world was done for cycleball and artistic cycling too. František Mudřík become trainer group of indor cycling as part of Jiskra club. Cycle ball this age was played by Vinklárek, Pavelka, Fiala and main player was Franta Mudřík too. During several years Franta raised queue of succesfull cycleball players and artictic cycleres. Both group trained together. On one half of hall trained atistic cyclers and on second cycleballers. Hall was separate by benches.

By the end of the 1950s our our artitic cyclers had begun to fight for the first place in the region and later in the national competitions as well as the Championship of the Czech Republic. Artictic cycling started in full power in 60 years, when Jirka Murik, later Jindra, joined the Czechoslovak representation team, where they celebrated their first achievements as individuals and then as a pair. Later, Pavel Landt added to this pair, which later assumed the revered Mudrik brothers. Later Ludvík Pisek followed them.

Meanwhile, of course, in Zlín cycleball was continuing too. Important period for cycleball in Zlin was the 70s, although it was in the shade of artistic cycling. In 1975 Zlín covered all category of cycleball. When pavel Landt finished his succesfull artictic cycling career, he starts with cycleball trainer role and raised a lot of successful players.

Currently we are one of the largest cycling clubs in the Czech Republic. Our competitors in all age categories are fighting for top positions. In the highest men's competition(extraligue), we even have a double representation.

Successes of Zlín cycleball and artistic cycling
(last 5 years)

Achieved results on World championship elite:
Indoor cycling World championship 2013 (Basel, Switzerland)
Artistic cycling – 9. place Ludvík Písek

Achieved results on European championship elite and juniors:
European championship elite 2017 (Germany)
Cycleball - 9. place Jan Krejčí, Martin Struhař
European championship juniors 2017 (Prague, Czech Republic)
Cycleball - 4. place Radek Adam, Tomáš Horák
European championship juniors 2015 (Nufringen, Germany)
Cycleball - 3. place Miroslav Gottfried, Radek Adam

Achieved results on national championship:
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic U23 2018
2. place Radek Adam, Miroslav Gottfried
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic juniors 2018
2. place Radek Adam, Tomáš Horák
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic pupils 2018 (Přerov)
1. place Vojtěch Baxa, Jáchym Baxa
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic U23 2017
2. place Radek Adam, Miroslav Gottfried
3. place Radim Vavruša, Filip Váňa
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic 2017 (Svitávka)
3. place Jan Krejčí, Martin Struhař
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic juniors 2017 (Zlín)
1. place Radek Adam, Tomáš Horák
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic pupils 2017 (Praha)
2. place Vojtěch Baxa, Jáchym Baxa
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic U23 2016
2. place Petr Dušek, Miroslav Gottfried
3. place Radim Vavruša, Filip Váňa
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic juniors 2016
2. place Radim Vavruša, Filip Váňa
3. place Radek Adam, Tomáš Horák
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic pupils 2016
3. place dvojice Vojtěch Baxa, Jáchym Baxa
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic juniors 2015
1. place Miroslav Gottfried, Radek Adam
2. place Blanka Adamová, Radim Vavruša
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic pupils 2015
1. place Tomáš Horák, Jan Kurtin
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic 2014
3. place Miroslav Gottfried, Ludvík Písek
4. place Jan Krejčí, Martin Struhař
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic juniors 2014
3. place Miroslav Gottfried, Petr Dušek
Indoor cycling championship of the Czech Republic pupils 2014
2. place Radek Adam, Jan Kurtin








Ubytování

HOTEL MOSKVA**** IS OFFICIAL ACCOMMODATION PARTNER OF U23 EUROPEAN CYCLEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2018
Rack priceME U23 priceDiscount
4**** Single- bed room 2130 CZK 1630 CZK*24 %
4**** Double-bed / Twin-bed room 2460 CZK 1760 CZK*28 %
4**** Junior Suite 2960 CZK 2260 CZK*25 %

* your accomodation you can provide by direct emai recepce@hotelmoskva.cz with discount password KOLO2018

* prices are set as „exclusive“ and can´t be reached by using any other OTA or selling channel (booking, web atc..)

* exclusive prices valid until Monday 17th of September 2018

* exclusive prices are valid for minimum of 2 nights stay

* authorized credit card guarantee or complete pre-payment required

* 5 days prior to arrival non refundable, no free cancellations allowed

* prices include full breakfast buffet and VAT

* mandatory city-tax 6 CZK / person / night will be applied

In Interhotel Moskva (in Bohemia restaurant) will be final banquet for all participants and fans of the cycleball.
Players and one person from the team has admission fee for free.
Admission fee to banket for other people: 25 Eur per person
Fee includes rich buffet, non-alcoholic drinks and live music.
Admission to the banket has to be reserved on e-mail: j.mudrik@seznam.cz latest till 30. 8. 2018.
Capacity is limited.


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Contact

Organizer of this event is:
TJ Sokol Zlín - Prštné
U sokolovny 100
760 01 Zlín
Tel. +420 724 493 264
e-mail: martin.struhar@outlook.cz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kolovazlin

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