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Roman Šebrle: Quiz

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Question 1: However, he was limited in training for some time, especially in the ________.
Steeplechase (athletics)Javelin throwPole vaultLong jump

Question 2: By the end of the discus discipline at the 2000 Olympic Games in ________, after Estonian Erki Nool was red-flagged three times by the discus judge, it seemed that Roman Šebrle was on course for the gold medal.
SydneyBrisbaneMelbourneStadium Australia

Question 3: In 1996 Šebrle achieved a score of over 8,000 points for the first time, reaching 8,210 points at a meeting in ________.
VilniusParisPragueBerlin

Question 4: On 14 October 2000 Šebrle married Eva Kasalová,[4] a former Czech athlete who competed on the track at 400 and ________.
800 metres1500 metresSteeplechase (athletics)Long jump

Question 5: On 22 January 2007, Šebrle was injured by a javelin thrown by a South African female javelin thrower, Sunette Viljoen, from a distance of 55 metres while training in ________, South Africa.
South African RepublicVryheid, KwaZulu-NatalPotchefstroom, North WestTransvaal

Question 6: In ________ he started his two-year compulsory military service in the Czech Armed Forces.
1996199719951993

Question 7: Roman Šebrle Czech pronunciation: [ˈroman ˈʃɛbr̩lɛ] (born November 26, 1974) is an athlete from the ________.
SlovakiaHungaryPolandCzech Republic

Question 8: Roman Šebrle was born in Lanškroun, ________.
Czechoslovak Socialist RepublicCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)Czech RepublicCzechoslovakia

Question 9: In 1999 he was successful at the World Indoor Championships in Maebashi, where he won bronze in the ________, and one year later at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Ghent, where he took silver.
High jumpSteeplechase (athletics)DecathlonHeptathlon

Question 10: Originally a high jumper, he competes in ________ and heptathlon for team TJ Dukla Praha and is a world record holder in the decathlon.
Decathlon5000 metresLong jump10,000 metres







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