Jitka Janáčková

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Jitka Janáčková (born May 22, 1973 ın Mladá Boleslav) is a Czechoslovak-Czech sprint canoer who competed in the early to mid-1990s. At the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona for Czechoslovakia, she was eliminated in the semifinals of both the K-2 500 m and the K-4 500 m events. Four years later in Atlanta for the Czech Republic, Janáčková was eliminated in the semifinals of both the K-2 500 m and the K-4 500 m events.

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