|Alternative names||Milada Kubikova-Stastny|
|Born||June 6, 1943|
|Former partner||Jaroslav Votruba, Jaroslav Kubík|
|Began skating||c. 1950|
Milada Kubíková, married surname: Stastny, (born June 6, 1943) is a Czech former pair skater who competed for Czechoslovakia. With partner Jaroslav Votruba, she placed 5th at two World Championships and 10th at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria.
Milada Kubíková was born on June 6, 1943 in Plzeň, Czechoslovakia, the daughter of Milada Kubíková, a lawyer, and Jaroslav Kubík, a doctor. Her brother, also named Jaroslav, is older by four years.
Kubíková studied physical education and Russian at Charles University in Prague. She defected to the United States in 1969. She had two children with her first husband, and a son, born in 1976, with her second husband, a jeweler named Bretislav Stastny.
By the 1958–59 season, she had teamed up with Jaroslav Votruba. They placed seventh at their first major event, the 1962 European Championships in Geneva, Switzerland, and then fifth at the 1962 World Championships in Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Kubíková/Votruba had their best season in 1962–63. The pair placed 5th at the 1963 European Championships in Budapest, Hungary, and achieved the same result at the 1963 World Championships in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy.
Joining the Vienna Ice Revue, Kubíková toured western Europe in 1966–68 and North America in 1969. Czechoslovak authorities destroyed footage of Kubíková/Votruba's performances following her defection, despite her partner staying.
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