Sportsperson of the Year (Czech Republic)

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Sportsperson of the Year (Czech: Sportovec roku) is an award given by the Sport Journalists' Club (Klub sportovních novinářů, KSN) to the best Sportsperson and the best Sport Team of the given year in the Czech Republic. For the first time it was awarded after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993, following the previous trophy Sportsperson of the Year of Czechoslovakia. Since 2000, the KSN has voted also for a Sport Legend. This award has been called The Emil Zátopek Award since 2001, after the first chosen legend, runner Emil Zátopek. Since 2002, Czech Foundation of the Sport Representation in cooperation with the KSN awards also the best Czech Junior Sportsperson of the Year.

SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR
Year Individual Team
1993 Jan Železný (athletics – javelin throw) Czechoslovak national ski jumping team
1994 Dominik Hašek (ice hockey) Czech Republic national shooting team
1995 Jan Železný (athletics – javelin throw) Czech Republic national football team
1996 Martin Doktor (canoe racing) Czech Republic national football team
1997 Tomáš Dvořák (athletics – decathlon) Czech Republic ice hockey team
1998 Dominik Hašek (ice hockey) Czech Republic ice hockey team
1999 Tomáš Dvořák (athletics – decathlon) Czech Republic national football team
2000 Jan Železný (athletics – javelin throw) Czech Republic ice hockey team
2001 Jan Železný (athletics – javelin throw) Czech Republic ice hockey team
2002 Aleš Valenta (freestyle skiing) Czech Republic national under-21 football team
2003 Pavel Nedvěd (Football (soccer)) Czech Republic national football team
2004 Roman Šebrle (athletics – decathlon) Czech Republic national football team
2005 Jaromír Jágr (ice hockey) Czech Republic ice hockey team
2006 Kateřina Neumannová (cross-country skiing) Czech Republic ice hockey team
2007 Martina Sáblíková (speed skating) Czech Republic national under-20 football team
2008 Barbora Špotáková (athletics – javelin throw) Slavia Prague football club
2009 Martina Sáblíková (speed skating) Czech Republic Davis Cup team
2010 Martina Sáblíková (speed skating) Czech Republic ice hockey team
2011 Petra Kvitová (tennis) Czech Republic Fed Cup team
2012 Barbora Špotáková (athletics – javelin throw) Czech Republic Davis Cup team
2013 Zuzana Hejnová (athletics – 400 metres hurdles) Czech Republic Davis Cup team
2014 Petra Kvitová (tennis) Czech Republic Fed Cup team
2015 Zuzana Hejnová (athletics – 400 metres hurdles) Czech Republic Fed Cup team
2016 Lukáš Krpálek (judo) Czech Republic Fed Cup team
JUNIOR SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR
Year Sportsperson
2002 Hana Pešková (whitewater slalom)
2003 Zuzana Kocumová (cross-country skiing)
2004 Lenka Hyková (shooting sports)
2005 Šárka Záhrobská (alpine skiing)
2006 Martina Sáblíková (speed skating)
2007 Ondřej Polívka (modern pentathlon)
2008 Lukáš Krpálek (judo)
2009 Ondřej Polívka (modern pentathlon)
2010 Tomáš Paprstka (cyclo-cross)
2011 Karolína Erbanová (speed skating)
2012 Karolína Erbanová (speed skating)
2013 Ester Ledecká (snowboarding)
2014 Anežka Drahotová (athletics – racewalking)
2015 Ester Ledecká (snowboarding)
Jiří Janošek (track cycling)
2016 Michaela Hrubá (athletics – high jump)
SPORT LEGEND
Year Sportsperson
2000 Emil Zátopek (athletics – long-distance track)
2001 Věra Čáslavská (artistic gymnastics)
2002 Jiří Raška (ski jumping)
2003 Dana Zátopková (athletics – javelin throw)
2004 Ivan Hlinka (ice hockey)
2005 Josef Masopust (football)
2006 Martina Navratilova (tennis)
2007 1947 Czechoslovak national ice-hockey team
2008 Jan Železný (athletics – javelin throw)
2009 Alena Vrzáňová (figure skating)
2010 Eva Bosáková (artistic gymnastics)
2011 Jan Kodeš (tennis)
2012 1962 Czechoslovak national football team
2013 Jarmila Kratochvílová (athletics – 400 metres)
2014 Miloslava Rezková (athletics – high jump)
2015 Jaroslav Holík (ice hockey)
Jiří Holík (ice hockey)
2016 Alois Hudec (artistic gymnastics)

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