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NADAČNÍ FOND VĚRA ČÁSLAVSKÁ

NADAČNÍ FOND VĚRA ČÁSLAVSKÁ

Právní forma nadačního fondu zapsána v nadačním rejstříku vedeném Městským soudem v Praze, oddíl N, vložka 1504

ID: 060 92 632
Address: Na Dionysce 1755/8, 160 00 Praha 6
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Web: www.vera-caslavska.com
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PR manager: Tadeáš Kopeček
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Bank contact:

Bank name: Česká spořitelna, a.s.
Bank address: Olbrachtova 1929/62, Prague 4, ZIP 140 00
Account number: 4560295319/0800
IBAN: CZ89 0800 0000 0045 6029 5319

Bank contact in case of payment in foreign currency:

Bank name: CITFIN
Bank address: Radlická 751/113e, Prague 5, ZIP 158 00
Account number: 1137295/2060
IBAN: CZ23 2060 0000 0000 0113 7295
BIC/SWIFT: CITFCZPPXXX

ファンドパートナー

Japan Gymnastics Association

Japan Gymnastics Association

Nadace ČEZ

Nadace ČEZ

Financial Donator: SkySport Italy

Financial Donator: SkySport Italy

Financial Donators - Mr. Okinaka / Oita

Financial Donators - Mr. Okinaka / Oita

Financial Donator: Mrs. Truhlarova

Financial Donator: Mrs. Truhlarova

Non Financial Donator

Non Financial Donator

Trademark

Trademark

Lawyer

Lawyer

Logo

Logo

Hanatour

Hanatour

Brno National Theatre

Brno National Theatre

Preciosa

Preciosa

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The National Museum

The National Museum

Czech Design Week

Czech Design Week

Spanish translation

Spanish translation

Mexico - Monika Vojtechova

Mexico - Monika Vojtechova

業績

業績

Věra Čáslavská
1964,1966,1967,1968 Sportsmen of the year
1968 The best world sportwomen and 2nd most known world women
1989 Prize of Pierra de Coubertina, by International Committee, fair play by UNESCO
1991 Inducted into the International Women's Sports Hall of Fame
1991 Olympic Order, by International Olympic Committee
1995 State Medal of Merit Medal II. degree, by prezident Vaclav Havel
2010 Japanese Order by Japanese ambasador Mr. Harada in Prague residence
2014 Prize of Hanno R. Ellenbogenové
2016 Prize of Gratias Agit for good name of the Czech Republic abroad

Medals

Summer Olympic Games

gold Tokyo 1964 All around
gold Tokyo 1964 Vault
gold Tokyo 1964 Beam
gold Mexico City 1968 All around
gold Mexico City 1968 Unveven bars
gold Mexico City 1968 Floor
gold Mexico City 1968 Vault
silver Řím 1960 Team
silver Tokyo 1964 Team
silver Mexico City 1968 Beam
silver Mexico City 1968 Team

World Championships

gold Prague 1962 Vault
gold Dortmund 1966 All around
gold Dortmund 1966 Vault
silver Prague 1962 All around
silver Dortmund 1966 Beam
silver Dortmund 1966 Floor
bronze Prague 1962 Floor

ファンド活動

ファンド活動

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The Věra Čáslavská Endowment Fund promotes Mrs Čáslavská’s convictions in the virtues of fair play and kalokagathia (a Platonic teaching based on a philosophy of a bodily, moral and spiritual wholeness) by supporting examples of honorable sports and civic behavior, as well as the defense of individual civil liberties. The Endowment Fund embraces the responsibility to promulgate Mrs Čáslavská’s noble beliefs as an ongoing inspiration for future generations. The Endowment Fund is dedicated to cultivating Mrs Čáslavská’s unique legacy first and foremost in the area of sports and the overall public perception of physical activity and exercise. Additionally, the Endowment Fund will seek out and support talented individuals from families who are themselves in socially weak situations. The Endowment Fund supports the ideals of democracy and personal freedom that formed the basis for Mrs Čáslavská’s convictions.

  1. support and encouragement of children and youth to engage in physical activities
  2. support of physically active lifestyles for children
  3. preserving the memory of Věra Čáslavská, the Czech Republic’s greatest gymnast of the 20th century, as a model for athletes to follow
  4. support for gymnastics competitions that bear the name of Věra Čáslavská
  5. support for sports schools in the Czech Republic that bear the name of Věra Čáslavská
  6. activities focused on preserving the good name of Věra Čáslavská

Bank Contact

Bank name and address: Česká spořitelna, a.s., address: Olbrachtova 1929/62, Praha 4, PSČ 140 00
Account number: 4560295319/0800
IBAN: CZ89 0800 0000 0045 6029 5319

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Biography - VĚRA ČÁSLAVSKÁ

(3rd May, 1942 Prague – 30th August, 2016 Prague)

Věra Čáslavská is one of only two gymnasts in history (the other being Russian Larisa Latynina) to have won the gold medal for Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Individual All-Around in consecutive Olympic games (1964 and 1968). She won the all-around gold at the 1966 World Championship; also winning gold at the European Championships in 1965 and 1967. Mrs Čáslavská has held the record for most Olympic gold medals won by a gymnast (7) for more than 40 years. She was unbeaten in major gymnastic competitions in the years 1964-1968. Mrs Čáslavská was inducted into the International Women's Sports Hall of Fame in 1991, and the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 1998. Following the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia (1989), Mrs Čáslavská was the President of the Czechoslovak Olympic Committee (1990-1992), President of the Czech Olympic Committee (1993-1996), and a member of the International Olympic Committee from 1995-2001.

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During the period of political liberalization of the Prague Spring in 1968, Mrs Čáslavská signed the Two Thousand Words manifesto and thereby became a target of the Communist regime. In 1971, Mrs Čáslavská was expelled from the Czechoslovak Union of Physical Education for her political views. She completed her studies at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport at Charles University in 1974 and devoted herself to training gymnasts. Mrs Čáslavská was later granted permission by the Czechoslovak government to be a gymnastics trainer in Mexico (1979-1981).

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During the period of political liberalization of the Prague Spring in 1968, Mrs Čáslavská signed the Two Thousand Words manifesto and thereby became a target of the Communist regime. In 1971, Mrs Čáslavská was expelled from the Czechoslovak Union of Physical Education for her political views. She completed her studies at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport at Charles University in 1974 and devoted herself to training gymnasts. Mrs Čáslavská was later granted permission by the Czechoslovak government to be a gymnastics trainer in Mexico (1979-1981).

In January of 1990, Mrs Čáslavská became a trusted advisor to Václav Havel, the newly-elected President of Czechoslovakia, in the area of social issues and sports. President Havel conferred the Czech Republic’s Medal of Merit on Mrs Čáslavská in 1995. In 2010, Japanese Ambassador Chikahito Harada bestowed the Order of the Rising Sun on Mrs Čáslavská at a ceremony at the Residency of the Japanese Embassy in Prague. In 2014, she was awarded the Hanno R. Ellenbogen Citizenship Award to honor her exceptional public service.

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Mrs Čáslavská was President of the Czechoslovak Olympic Committee (1990-1992) and subsequently the Czech Olympic Committee (1993-1996). She was a member of the International Olympic Committee from 1995-2001. Mrs Čáslavská was sponsor of the city of Prague’s candidacy for the 2022 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.

 

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作成日:2019年07月31日

Order of the Rising Sun

In July, 2019, board member of the Vera Caslavska Foundation, Mrs. Kristina Kopáčková received the Order of the Rising Sun, the highest order awarded by the Japanese government. She received the award from Japanese Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Mr. Kaoru Shimazaki. In her thank you speech, Kristina mentioned that she had been a long-time member of the Board of the Czech-Japanese Society and that she now volunteers for the Vera Caslavska Foundation, which supports physical exercise for pre-school children STAND-UP STRAIGHT project,  among its various activities.

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作成日:2019年06月26日

120th anniversary of the Czech Olympic Committee

In 2019 the Czech Olympic Committee celebrates the 120th Anniversary of its founding. The magnificent celebration named "Masters to the Masters" took place on June 17, 2019 in Rudolfinum in Prague. Among the musicalmasters who performed were  violinist Václav Hudeček and pianista Ivo Kahánek. The Czech Olympic Committee took the opportunity to acknowledge 4 eminent individuals.

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作成日:2019年04月23日

Stand-up Straight project

Vera Caslavska Foundation is preparing the pilot phase of our Stand Up Straight project. The main objective is to teach preschool-age children in nursery schools (between the ages of 5-7) a set of exercises. A daily regimen of exercise will instill the habit of good posture in children even before they start attending school or begin organized sport activity. 

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Věra Čáslavská

For the individual who is willing to take the risk and confront the world with courage, a huge reward awaits.

The reward is SELF-ESTEEM.

Věra Čáslavská, Život na Olympu