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a city in Czechoslovakia, in North Moravia, in the Czech Socialist Republic. Population, 31,500 (1974). Třinec is a transportation junction and a center of ferrous metallurgy.

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Invent Arena, held for the second time since 2016, took place at the Werk Arena in Trinec from June 20-22.
The European indoor champion equalled his lifetime best of 2.33m in Trinec last month to finish second behind Lysenko.
Group A: Tappara Tampere, Red Bull Salzburg Group B: Malmo Redhawks, Kometa Brno Group C: EV Zug, JYP Jyvaskyla, Group D: Adler Mannheim, Ocelari Trinec Group E: Vaxjo Lakers, Bili Tygri Liberec Group F: Nottingham Panthers, SC Bern Group G: Red Bull Munich, Brynas IF Group H: Frolunda Indians, ZSC Lions Zurich The play-off draw takes place on Friday, October 13.
Prague, SANA -- A charity concert in support of Syria's children was held last night in Trinec city in Usti region in the Czech Republic.
Twardzik, who was born in Trinec on the Czech border with Slovakia, has gone full circle, having moved to Germany as a child when his father, Rene, signed for Hertha Berlin.
Czech police said a 69-year-old woman drowned in the town of Trinec, 400 kilometers (250 miles) east of Prague....
The coking of stamped charges with organic admixtures was carried out in the carbonizing test equipment of the Coke Oven Plant of Trinec Steel Works/Czech Republic under operational conditions.
During the 1920s and 1930s Sokol's distinguished post-war career included director-general of the heavy machinery division of the world-famous Skoda Works and vice-president of the Czechoslovak-Moravian Steel Works in Trinec. He died in his native Pilsen in 1963, aged eighty-four, where he was one of the founders of the Rotary Club in his Communist-dominated homeland.
Group D: HV71 Jonkoping (Sweden), Adler Mannheim (Germany), Ocular Trinec (Czech Rep), Esbjerg Energy (Denmark).
The brothers were born in Trinec, on the Czech border with Slovakia, and moved to Germany with their parents.