Synonyms for jitka_bartoničková or Related words with jitka_bartoničková

zuzana_bergrová              denisa_rosolová              nataliya_pyhyda              zuzanna_radecka              justyna_święty              antonina_yefremova              marika_popowicz              anna_jesień              ewelina_sętowska              marta_jeschke              ewelina_ptak              sviatlana_usovich              lucie_škrobáková              ilona_usovich              hanna_titimets              angela_moroşanu              lenka_masná              daria_korczyńska              irina_krakoviak              olha_zemlyak              natallia_safronnikava              patrycja_wyciszkiewicz              marina_kislova              kristina_žumer              lina_grinčikaitė              grażyna_prokopek              olha_lyakhova              yevgeniya_polyakova              marta_milani              alenka_bikar              eglė_balčiūnaitė              monika_bejnar              johanna_manninen              weronika_wedler              natalya_nazarova              sonata_tamošaitytė              kseniya_zadorina              agnė_orlauskaitė              marina_tomić              inna_eftimova              małgorzata_hołub              yuliya_kondakova              sabina_veit              natalia_rusakova              lucia_klocová              petya_pendareva              maris_mägi              yuliya_gushchina              jana_velďáková              andreea_ograzeanu             



Examples of "jitka_bartoničková"
Jitka Bartoničková (; born on the 22 December 1985 in Benešov) is a sprinter from Czech Republic.
In early March 2008 Hejnová competed in the 400 metres at the 2008 IAAF World Indoor Championships and reached the semi finals but did not qualify to reach the final. She did however, reach the final with the Czech relay team in the 4 × 400 metres relay in a team which included her, Zuzana Bergrová, Denisa Ščerbová, and Jitka Bartoničková. They finished 4th, with a time of 3:34.53, but were over 5 seconds slower than the Americans who took bronze with a time of 3:29.30.