An Olympic Channel documentary called "The Nagano Tapes: Rewound, Replayed and Reviewed" has been recognised at the 2018 Czech Film Critics' Awards in Prague.
The documentary, which was produced in 2017 in cooperation with the Czech Olympic Committee, depicts the Czech men's ice hockey team winning gold at the Nagano Winter Olympic Games in 1998.
The 1998 Games was the first at which players from the United States' National Hockey League (NHL) were allowed to compete.
Unlike during previous Olympic Games, in 1998 the NHL took a break during the event so the world's best players could take part.
Despite that neither the United States nor Canada won a medal, while the Czech Republic beat Russia 1-0 in the final.
Directed by Ondrej Hudecek, the film won the non-cinema award, with the prize presented at a gala event at the Prague Archa Theatre.
It has received widely positive reviews, including a mark of 9.4 out of 10 from the Internet Movie Database.
During the film several of the key people involved in the 1998 victory look back on the performance, including goaltender Dominik Hasek, Jaromir Jagr and scorer of the winning goal Petr Svoboda.
Czech television commentator Robert Zaruba also features.