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Slovakia

2010 National Team

Flight 0-5: Josef Cerovsky
Flight 6-10: Milan Rusnak
Flight 11-15: Rene Rocen
Flight 16-20: Petr Vladyka
Flight 21-25: Vladimir Pecho

2010 Invitational Teams

Vladimir Pecho
Jaroslav Kokoska

2009 National Team

Flight 0-5: Jozef Cerovsky
Flight 6-10: Milan Rusnak
Flight 11-15: Rene Rocen
Flight 16-20: Vladimir Pecho
Flight 21-25: Petr Vladyka

2008 Invitational Teams

Team Slovakia:
Jan Troksiar, Jan Troksiar Junior

2007 National Team

National Team

Flight 0-5: Marek Player
Flight 6-10: Marian Troksiar
Flight 11-15: Peter Styk
Flight 16-20: Tomas Vrsansky
Flight 21-25: Peter Vasilcak

2007 Invitational Teams

Slovakia 1:
Vladimir Sotak, Julius Krivan

Slovakia 2:
Marian Kurcik, Vladimir Zvarik

Slovakia 3:
Jozef Marcok, Michal Zenuch

Slovakia 4:
Jan Banas, Ludovit Ihring

Slovakia 5:
Jan Troksiar, (Roman Ostapenco, Moldova)

Slovak Ladies:
Ingrid Vasilcakova, Michaela Uncovska

2006 National Team

National Team

Flight 0-5: Peter Jurko
Flight 6-10: Matteo Guerzoni
Flight 11-15: Vladimír Soták
Flight 16-20: Marián Mareš
Flight 21-25: Miloš Pokorný
Flight 26-30: Milan Hnátko

2006 Invitational Teams

Jan Banas, L’udovít Ihring, Julius Krivan, Marian Kurcik, Marek Pleyer, Michaela Uncovska, Michal Zenuch

2005 National Team

Flight 0-5: Pavel Pilip
Flight 6-10: Marek Pleyer
Flight 11-15: Vladimír Soták
Flight 16-20: Michal Štefík
Flight 21-25: Ján Tomáš
Flight 26-30: Martin Horanský

2004 Teams

Zlin Car 1:
Zbyhnev Szlaur, Lubos Bilek

Zlin Car 2:
Frantisek Cap, Dusan Maly

2003 Teams

Vladimír Sotak, Tomáš Marčok, Peter Valent, Jozef Marčok, Marian Kurcik    

2000 Teams

Slovakian Hcp Champions:
Milan Sopko, Milan Sopko Jr.

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SLOVAKIA FACTS

Capital:
Bratislava

Official language:
Slovak

Population:
5,379,455 (2001 est.)

Government:
Parliamentary republic

President:
Ivan Gašparovič

Prime Minister:
Robert Fico


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