He defended his last triumph, and won for the fourth time overall. Second place went to Natalie Dianova, and Ondrej Polivka was third.
Svoboda´s victory was convincing, all votes sat him in first place. As one of the Czechs last year broke the podium in World Cup races, he dominated in the May race at the Hungarian Százhalombatta. At that followed the triumph of the Kremlin Cup in Moscow. In June 2011 Svoboda ascended to the position of World #1. Together with Ondrej Polivka and Michal Sedlecky he won bronze medal at the European Championships in Medway UK and in the last race of the season "Champion of Champions" in Sicily he took second place.
"Perhaps it does not sound excessive, but I expected this outcome. Although Natalie, and Ondrej had a good season" said winner David Svoboda, who regretted his last two major races not successful, then the European Championship and the world. "Yes, there I did not place as much as I wished.” To be the best Olympic prepared, he set out before Christmas at a 6 week camp in U.S. Colorado Springs. "I had complete training in all disciplines. In addition, I also managed to write bachelor thesis on the history of modern pentathlon" boasted the winner of the poll from the years 2007, 2008 and 2010.
Junior Awards 2011 in the junior category, won silver thanks to the mixed relay at the MEJ in Polish Drzonkow Barbora Kodedová, who competed well in the senior championships in Moscow and Medway.
Announcement of the best modern Czech pentathlon athletes took place in the ASC Dukla Prague complex at Juliska. Moderator Television Nova Tomas Radotínský that evening accompanied by all present.