No. 6460 (room number represents her personal record in the heptathlon)
athlete, multi-event competitor, Czech record holder in the pentathlon and heptathlon, medallist of the European Junior Championship and Indoor European Championships, six-time national champion in athletic multi-event competitions and individual events.
A native of Klánovice, a village east of Prague; she began to do athletics in Újezd nad Lesy; she went to study at the Kladno sports grammar school and became a member of the athletic club AC TEPO Kladno where, under the coaching guidance of Vít Rus, she has collected her first multi-event competition successes; she ranked eighth at the Junior World Championships in Marrakech, Morocco (2005) and Beijing, China (2006); she won her first international medal – silver in the heptathlon at the European Junior Championships in Hengelo, the Netherlands (2007).
She surpassed the 6,000 border for the first time a year later at the European Championship under 22 years in Kaunas, Lithuania, the performance of 6,015 points had her the fourth place; she repeatedly broke this goal in the 2010 season at the prestigious multi-event competition meetings in Götzis, Austria and in Kladno, the city that had opened the door to big athletics for her, she settled a national record of 6,268 points; at the following European Championships in Barcelona, she took a nice seventh place; this being certainly the reason why she came in that year’s Sportsperson of the Year at 10th place.
She smoothly won the title of national indoor champion in 2011 while improving her personal record in the pentathlon to 4,291 points; she ranked at a quality seventh place in the new Czech record of 6,332 points under the leadership of František Ptáčník at the World Championships in Moscow (2013), and moved to an excellent seventh place in the Sportsperson of the Year in this period; she improved her own maximum and the Czech record to 6,460 points a year later at the ‘home’ prestigious multi-event competition meeting in Kladno.
She exceeded the Czech record in the pentathlon with the sum of 4,687 points and won the first major medal – the bronze at the European Indoor Championships in Prague (2015); during her career so far, she has won six gold medals and many other second and third places at the National Championships in Athletic Multiple-Event Competition and individual events indoor or in the open air; though she joined USK Prague, she has not forgotten Kladno.