Czech hockey player Jaromir Jagr was awarded the President of Czech Republic Milos Zeman medal “For merits” of I degree.
As noted hokej.cz, Jagr became the first athlete in the history of independent Czech Republic, which received two state awards. Nine years ago, Jagr was awarded a medal “For merits” of II degree.
The Czech is a two-time Stanley Cup winner in the “Pittsburgh penguins”, the Olympic champion and world champion in the national team.
Jagr also known for his “Washington capitals”, “new York Rangers” and “avant-garde”.
At the moment, the 47-year-old striker favours a private Czech club “Retiree Kladno”.
You do know Jaromir Jagr is still playing hockey in the Czech major league due to his 4 goals in the championship getting them to that level. He is not retired at all. Please correct that error
He’s still playing Just had a goal this month too! https://sports.yahoo.com/jaromir-jagr-casually-scores-four-goals-in-game-to-promote-club-to-top-czech-league-230231709.html
Recent goal. Not retired at all: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZoIfSrthHk
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