Vladimír Vačkář was a Czech track sprinter who formed one of the top tandem sprint teams in the world with [Miroslav Vymazal]. Together they were World Amateur Champions in the tandem sprint in 1973, 1974, 1977, and 1978. In 1979 they won the Grand Prix de Copenhague in the open tandem sprint, placing third that year at the worlds. Vačkář and Vymazal had very poor fortune as the tandem sprint was eliminated as an Olympic event after the 1972 Olympics, preventing them from a chance at Olympic gold in 1976.
|1972 Summer||23||München||Cycling||Men's Sprint||Czechoslovakia||TCH||2 h2 r7/10|
|1972 Summer||23||München||Cycling||Czechoslovakia||1/8-Final Repêchage||Heat Four||1||QU||11.46|
|1972 Summer||23||München||Cycling||Czechoslovakia||1/8-Final Repêchage Final||Heat Two||2|
|1972 Summer||23||München||Cycling||Czechoslovakia||Eighth-Finals||Heat Four||3|
|1972 Summer||23||München||Cycling||Czechoslovakia||Round Two||Heat Five||1||QU||11.83|
|1972 Summer||23||München||Cycling||Czechoslovakia||Round One||Heat Eleven||1||QU||11.89|