The Jizerská padesátka cross-country skiing race was held on Sunday, attracting hundreds of amateur enthusiasts as well as professional skiers. Czech cross-country skier Stanislav Řežáč won the race for the third time in his career. Previously, he had taken the title in 2000 and 2001. Commenting on his victory, he said it was the domestic title he considered most important and that he was pleased with his achievement. The Swedish Jimmie Johnsson came in second, ahead of Norway’s Jörgen Aukland.
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