Synonyms for lucie_škrobáková or Related words with lucie_škrobáková

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Examples of "lucie_škrobáková"
Lucie Škrobáková (, born 4 January 1982 in Hodonín) is a Czech athlete who competes in the 60 metres hurdles and 100 metres hurdles. She is the 2001 European junior bronze medallist, and took the silver medal at the 2009 European Indoor Championships. Her personal best times are 12.73 seconds and 7.95 s in the 100 and 60 metres hurdles respectively.
Her next major event was the 2008 World Indoor Championships. Here, she achieved another personal best time of 8.05 seconds in the heats, but with 8.10 in the semi-final, she was knocked out. She performed slightly worse during the summer, with 13.09 seconds in July in Heusden-Zolder as the season's best. In the 2008–09 indoor season, she returned to form as she competed at the 2009 European Indoor Championships. After 8.00 in the heats and 8.01 in the semi-final, she took the gold medal ahead of Lucie Škrobáková, 2006 World Indoor Champion Derval O'Rourke and Christina Vukicevic. Her time of 7.92 seconds was a new national indoor record.