Bohumil Brhel

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Bohumil Brhel
Bohumil Brhel.jpg
Born (1965-06-10) June 10, 1965 (age 55)
Zlín
NationalityFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Career history
1991 Rybnik Flag of Poland.svg
1993-1994 Gorzów Wlkp. Flag of Poland.svg
1999-2003 Rzeszów Flag of Poland.svg
2005 Opole Flag of Poland.svg
2006 Lublin Flag of Poland.svg
2001 Togliatti Flag of Russia.svg
2005-2006 Praga Flag of the Czech Republic.svg
2004 Stralsund Flag of Germany.svg
2006 Kaparna Flag of Sweden.svg
1990-1992 King's Lynn Flag of England.svg
2005 Lonigo Flag of Italy.svg
Individual honours
2001 European Champion
1992, 1993, 1998,Czech Republic Champion
1985Czechoslovakian Under-21 Champion
Team honours
2004 European Pairs Champion

Bohumil "Bo" Brhel is a Czech speedway rider and he won the 2001 Individual European Champion title. [1] He won the Czechoslovakian title on six occasions

Contents

Career

World Final Appearances

Speedway Grand Prix

YearPositionPointsBest FinishNotes
1998 26th516th
2000 33rd124th
2001 24th7
2002 33rd3
2003 22nd26
2004 19th32

World (European) Under-21 Championship

Speedway World Team Cup

Speedway World Cup

Speedway World Pairs Championship

Individual European Championship

European Pairs Championship

European Club Champions' Cup

Individual Czechoslovakian Championship

Individual Czech Republic Championship

Individual Junior Czechoslovakian Championship

World Longtrack Final

One Day Final

Grand-Prix-Series

See also

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References

  1. "Bohumil Brhel v pondělí oficiálně ukončí kariéru" (in Czech). speedwaya-z.cz. 2007-10-05. Archived from the original on 18 July 2011. Retrieved 14 June 2010.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)