Czechs clinched three medals during the first day of the European Indoor Athletic Championships at Prague's O2 Arena on Friday. Twenty-one-year old Radek Juška took the silver in the men's long jump with a personal record of 810 cm, 20 cm short of the winning jump by Norway's Michael Tornéus. Ladislav Prášil took the bronze in the shot put with a throw of 20,66 metres. The gold went to Germany's David Storl and the silver to Serbia's Asmir Kolasinac. Another Czech to take the bronze was Eliška Klučinová in women's pentathlon.
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