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English Summary: Skating in the Czech Republic - Tours and Contests
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Skating is one of the most common and popular activities. However, most people skate on small ponds in the centre of their town. Dalkove brusleni, or Long-Distance Skating appeared again after the book "Na bruslích Českou republikou" was published in November 2005. This guidebook shows and describes 56 tours on Czech, Moravian and Silesian rivers, lakes, dams and other large ice areas.
The conditions for skating in the Czech Republic are excellent. First skaters take off in the end of November, and the season ends in the second half of March. Thanks to a small size of the Czech Republic, and relatively diverse climate, it is no problem to find another skating area after your original place was either melted or covered by snow.
In 2006, we organized the first skating marathon "Five Bridges and Two Castles", 60kms. The fastest time was 2:18:00 and the last skaters arrived shortly after five hours. Two- and five-kilometre races were also organized for children.
Surprisingly enough, many our activities were covered by media (TV, radio and press) very often, and not only by Czech ones but also by two Slovak TV stations.
The English section will inform about the current skating conditions, races and tours.
For more information, please learn Czech Language and read the book "Na bruslích Českou republikou" and the articles here and on www.inlajn.cz, and finally, you may have your questions answered at firstname.lastname@example.org
Smooth Ice in the Czech Republic
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