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BASKETBALL-WORLDCUP-ARG-ESP/
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September 15, 2019 
Basketball - FIBA World Cup - Final - Argentina v Spain - Wukesong Sport Arena, Beijing, China - September... 
Beijing, China 
Basketball - FIBA World Cup - Final - Argentina v Spain 
Basketball - FIBA World Cup - Final - Argentina v Spain - Wukesong Sport Arena, Beijing, China - September 15, 2019 Argentina fans look dejected at the end of the match after they lose to Spain REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
SOCCER-CLUB/
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December 13, 2015 
Andres Andrade (L) of Mexico's Club America reacts after losing their Club World Cup quarter-final soccer... 
Osaka, Japan 
Andres Andrade of Mexico's Club America reacts after losing their Club World Cup quarter-final soccer... 
Andres Andrade (L) of Mexico's Club America reacts after losing their Club World Cup quarter-final soccer match against China's Guangzhou Evergrande in Osaka, western Japan, December 13, 2015. Asian champions Guangzhou Evergrande scored twice in the last 10 minutes, including a stoppage time winner from midfielder Paulinho, in a stunning 2-1 win over America in the Club World Cup on Sunday. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
SOCCER-WORLD/ASIA
RTS3M3C 
October 08, 2015 
China soccer team players walk off the field after losing to Qatar at the 2018 World Cup qualifying soccer... 
Doha, Qatar 
China soccer team players walk off the field after losing to Qatar at the 2018 World Cup qualifying soccer... 
China soccer team players walk off the field after losing to Qatar at the 2018 World Cup qualifying soccer match in Doha, Qatar, October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Ibrahem Alomari 
RUGBY-SEVENS/
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March 30, 2014 
Fiji's sevens head coach Ben Ryan (R) prays with players after losing to England in the Cup semi-final... 
Hong Kong, China 
Fiji's sevens head coach Ryan prays with players after losing to England in the Cup semi-final match... 
Fiji's sevens head coach Ben Ryan (R) prays with players after losing to England in the Cup semi-final match of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament as part of the Sevens World Series in Hong Kong March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY) 
RUGBY-SEVENS/
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March 30, 2014 
Fiji's coach Ben Ryan (C) speaks to players after losing to England during the Cup semi-final at the... 
Hong Kong, China 
Fiji's coach Ryan speaks to players after losing to England during the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong... 
Fiji's coach Ben Ryan (C) speaks to players after losing to England during the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, as part of the Sevens World Series, in Hong Kong March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY) 
RUGBY-SEVENS/
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March 30, 2014 
Fiji's adviser Waisale Serevi (2nd R) prays with players after losing to England in the Cup semi-final... 
Hong Kong, China 
Fiji's adviser Serevi prays with players after losing to England in the Cup semi-final match of the Hong... 
Fiji's adviser Waisale Serevi (2nd R) prays with players after losing to England in the Cup semi-final match of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament as part of the Sevens World Series in Hong Kong March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY) 
RUGBY-SEVENS/
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March 30, 2014 
Fiji players gather with coach Ben Ryan (4th R) after losing to England in the Cup semi-final at the... 
Hong Kong, China 
Fiji players gather with coach Ryan after losing to England in the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong Sevens... 
Fiji players gather with coach Ben Ryan (4th R) after losing to England in the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, as part of the Sevens World Series, in Hong Kong March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY) 
RUGBY-SEVENS/
RTR3J5WE 
March 30, 2014 
Fiji's coach Ben Ryan (R) hugs Samisoni Viriviri after losing to England in the Cup semi-final at the... 
Hong Kong, China 
Fiji's coach Ryan hugs Viriviri after losing to England in the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong Sevens... 
Fiji's coach Ben Ryan (R) hugs Samisoni Viriviri after losing to England in the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, as part of the Sevens World Series, in Hong Kong March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY) 
RUGBY-SEVENS/
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March 30, 2014 
Fiji's players leave the field with their coach Ben Ryan (2nd L) after losing to England during the Cup... 
Hong Kong, China 
Fiji's players leave the field with their coach Ryan after losing to England during the Cup semi-final... 
Fiji's players leave the field with their coach Ben Ryan (2nd L) after losing to England during the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, as part of the Sevens World Series, in Hong Kong March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY) 
RUGBY-SEVENS/
RTR3J5VU 
March 30, 2014 
Fiji's players leave the field with their coach Ben Ryan (4th L) after losing to England during the Cup... 
Hong Kong, China 
Fiji's players leave the field with their coach Ryan after losing to England during the Cup semi-final... 
Fiji's players leave the field with their coach Ben Ryan (4th L) after losing to England during the Cup semi-final at the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, as part of the Sevens World Series, in Hong Kong March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY) 
HOCKEY/
RTR2HOG6 
August 29, 2010 
Wang Zhishuang (R) of China loses her stick under pressure from Park Mi-hyun of South Korea during a... 
Rosario, Argentina 
Wang of China loses her stick under pressure from Park of South Korea during a Women's field hockey World... 
Wang Zhishuang (R) of China loses her stick under pressure from Park Mi-hyun of South Korea during a Women's field hockey World Cup tournament match in Rosario August 29, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian(ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT FIELD HOCKEY) 
SOCCER-WORLD/AUSTRALIA
RTX77TU 
June 22, 2008 
China's Xiao Zhanbo (R) loses the ball during a challenge from Australia's James Holland during their... 
Sydney, Australia 
China's Xiao loses the ball during a challenge from Australia's Holland during their 2010 FIFA World... 
China's Xiao Zhanbo (R) loses the ball during a challenge from Australia's James Holland during their 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier soccer match in Sydney June 22, 2008. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA) 
TENNIS
RTR1WKP8 
February 02, 2008 
France's Alize Cornet reacts after losing a point to China's Li Na during their Fed Cup World Group first... 
Beijing, China 
France's Alize Cornet reacts after losing a point to China's Li Na during their Fed Cup World Group first... 
France's Alize Cornet reacts after losing a point to China's Li Na during their Fed Cup World Group first round tennis match in Beijing February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA) 
BEIJING
RTX4IMR 
December 08, 2007 
Denmark's team and their support staff react to a bicycle malfunction resulting in them losing to The... 
Beijing, China 
Denmark's team and their support staff react to a bicycle malfunction resulting in them losing to The... 
Denmark's team and their support staff react to a bicycle malfunction resulting in them losing to The Netherlands for third place in the Men's Team Persuit at the Track Cycling World Cup Classic being held at the Laoshan Velodrome in Beijing December 8, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
BEIJING
RTX4IMP 
December 08, 2007 
Denmark's team and their support staff react after losing to The Netherlands in the third and fourth... 
Beijing, China 
The team from Denmark and their support staff react after losing to The Netherlands in the third and... 
Denmark's team and their support staff react after losing to The Netherlands in the third and fourth place race for the Men's Team Persuit at the Track Cycling World Cup Classic being held at the Laoshan Velodrome in Beijing December 8, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
SOCCER-WOMEN/CUP
RTR1UFX5 
September 30, 2007 
Brazil's team hold each other after losing to Germany in the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup... 
Shanghai, China 
Brazil's team hold each other after losing to Germany in the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup... 
Brazil's team hold each other after losing to Germany in the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup soccer tournament in Shanghai September 30, 2007. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
SOCCER-WOMEN/CUP
RTR1UFW4 
September 30, 2007 
Brazil's Daniela (L) and Formiga react after losing to Germany in the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's... 
Shanghai, China 
Brazil's Daniela and Formiga react after losing to Germany in the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's World... 
Brazil's Daniela (L) and Formiga react after losing to Germany in the final of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup soccer tournament in Shanghai September 30, 2007. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
SOCCER-WOMEN/CUP
RTR1UFQY 
September 30, 2007 
Brazil's Maycon (front) lies on the field after losing the game to Germany after their final soccer match... 
Shanghai, China 
Brazil's Maycon lies on the field after losing the game to Germany after their final soccer match of... 
Brazil's Maycon (front) lies on the field after losing the game to Germany after their final soccer match of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup at the Hongkou Football Stadium in Shanghai, September 30, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes (CHINA) 
SOCCER-WORLD CUP/WOMEN
RTR1U6AP 
September 23, 2007 
Australia's Cheryl Salisbury reacts after her team lost to Brazil during their quarter-final soccer match... 
Tianjin, China 
Australia's Cheryl Salisbury reacts after her team lost to Brazil at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup... 
Australia's Cheryl Salisbury reacts after her team lost to Brazil during their quarter-final soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup in Tianjin September 23, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
SOCCER-WOMEN/CUP
RTR1U2C8 
September 20, 2007 
New Zealand's Priscilla Duncan (18) reacts after losing to China during their Group D soccer match at... 
Tianjin, China 
New Zealand's Duncan reacts after losing to China during their Group D soccer match at the 2007 FIFA... 
New Zealand's Priscilla Duncan (18) reacts after losing to China during their Group D soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup in Tianjin September 20, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
SOCCER-WOMEN/CUP
RTR1U24Q 
September 20, 2007 
Canada's goalkeeper Taryn Swiatek reacts after losing the Group C soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's... 
Chengdu, China 
Canada's goalkeeper Swiatek reacts after losing the Group C soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World... 
Canada's goalkeeper Taryn Swiatek reacts after losing the Group C soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup against Australia in Chengdu September 20, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
SOCCER/WORLD-WOMEN
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September 18, 2007 
Members of the North Korean women's team acknowledge the crowd after losing to Sweden in their Group... 
Tianjin, China 
Members of the North Korean women's team acknowledge the crowd after losing to Sweden in their Group... 
Members of the North Korean women's team acknowledge the crowd after losing to Sweden in their Group B soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup in Tianjin September 18, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
SOCCER-WOMEN/CUP
RTR1TTUY 
September 14, 2007 
Members of the Swedish team walk towards their coach Thomas Dennerby (L) after losing their group match... 
Chengdu, China 
Members of the Swedish team walk towards their coach Dennerby after their group match at the 2007 FIFA... 
Members of the Swedish team walk towards their coach Thomas Dennerby (L) after losing their group match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup against the U.S. at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup at the Chengdu Sports Centre Stadium September 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
SPORT TENNIS FED CHINA
RTR1FIEI 
July 15, 2006 
Germany's Kathrin Woerle reacts after losing a point to China's Zheng Jie during their women's singles... 
Beijing, China 
Germany's Kathrin Woerle reacts after losing a point to China's Zheng Jie at Federation Cup World Group... 
Germany's Kathrin Woerle reacts after losing a point to China's Zheng Jie during their women's singles match at the Federation Cup World Group 2006 in Beijing, July 15, 2006. China's Wimbledon heroes took them to the brink of Fed Cup world group status on Saturday when they took a 2-0 lead in their playoff against a weakened Germany. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
SPORT TENNIS FED CHINA
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July 15, 2006 
Germany's Kristina Barrois reacts after losing a point to China's Li Na during their women's singles... 
Beijing, China 
Germany's Kristina Barrois reacts after losing a point to China's Li Na at the Federation Cup World Group... 
Germany's Kristina Barrois reacts after losing a point to China's Li Na during their women's singles match at the Federation Cup World Group 2006 in Beijing July 15, 2006. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
SPORT BADMINTON
RTRUU4O 
May 15, 2005 
Indonesian Olympic champion Taufik Hidayat reacts after losing a point to China's Lin Dan at the finals... 
Beijing, China 
Indonesian Olympic champion Taufik Hidayat reacts at Surdiman Cup finals in Beijing. 
Indonesian Olympic champion Taufik Hidayat reacts after losing a point to China's Lin Dan at the finals of the Sudirman Cup 2005 World Mixed Team Badminton Championships in Beijing May 15, 2005. Lin won the match 17-15, 15-9. China tightened their vice-like grip on world badminton on Sunday with a 3-0 thrashing of Indonesia to win the Sudirman Cup mixed team tournament, their third straight international team title. REUTERS/Jason Lee LEE/PN 
SPORT BADMINTON
RTRUU3C 
May 15, 2005 
Indonesia's Nova Widianto (R) reacts after losing a point as his partner Lilyana Natsir looks on in their... 
Beijing, China 
Indonesia's Widianto reacts after losing a point to China at Surdiman Cup finals in Beijing. 
Indonesia's Nova Widianto (R) reacts after losing a point as his partner Lilyana Natsir looks on in their mixed doubles match against China's Zhang Jun and Gao Ling at Sunday's final of the Sudirman Cup 2005 World Mixed Team Badminton Championships in Beijing May 15, 2005. Zhang and Gao won the match 12-15, 15-5, 15-8, powering China to a 3-0 victory and their fifth Sudirman Cup title. REUTERS/Jason Lee LEE/PN 
SPORT BADMINTON
RTRUPRK 
May 14, 2005 
Denmark loses to Indonesia in mixed doubles at the semi-finals of the Sudirman Cup 2005 World Mixed Team... 
Beijing, China 
Denmark loses to Indonesia in mixed doubles at the semi-finals of the Sudirman Cup 2005 World Mixed ...... 
Denmark loses to Indonesia in mixed doubles at the semi-finals of the Sudirman Cup 2005 World Mixed Team Badminton Championships in Beijing. Denmark's Jens Eriksen (R) returns a shot during his mixed doubles match with partner Kamilla Rytter Juhl against Indonesia's Nova Widianto and Lilyana Natsir at the semi-finals of the Sudirman Cup 2005 World Mixed Team Badminton Championships in Beijing on May 14, 2005. Widianto and Natsir won 15-4, 15-7 to power Indonesia to a 3-0 sweep over Denmark and a place in Sunday's final. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
SPORT VOLLEYBALL
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November 30, 2003 
TUNISIA'S PLAYERS REACT AFTER LOSING POINT AGAINST CHINA IN WORLD CUP
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL FINAL ROUND IN... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TUNISIA'S PLAYERS REACT AFTER LOSING POINT AGAINST CHINA IN WORLD CUP
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL FINAL ROUND IN... 
TUNISIA'S PLAYERS REACT AFTER LOSING POINT AGAINST CHINA IN WORLD CUP
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL FINAL ROUND IN TOKYO. 
SPORT TENNIS
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November 13, 2002 
World number one Lleyton Hewitt of Australia motions to bite his racket
after losing a point during... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
AUSTRALIA'S HEWITT BITES RACKET DURING MATCH AGAINST SPAIN'S MOYA AT
TENNIS MASTERS CUP IN SHANGHAI.... 
World number one Lleyton Hewitt of Australia motions to bite his racket
after losing a point during his round robin match against Carlos Moya
of Spain at the Tennis Masters Cup tournament in Shanghai November 13,
2002. Moya beat Hewitt 6-4 7-5. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/JD 
SPORTS TENNIS
RTR154TO 
November 12, 2002 
Marat Safin of Russia reacts after losing a point during his round
robin format preliminary match against... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
RUSSIA'S SAFIN REACTS AFTER LOSING A POINT TO SPAIN'S MOYA AT TENNIS
MASTERS CUP IN SHANGHAI. 
Marat Safin of Russia reacts after losing a point during his round
robin format preliminary match against Carlos Moya of Spain at the
Tennis Masters Cup tournament in Shanghai on November 12, 2002. Moya
beat Safin 6-4 7-5. The world's top eight players are playing in the
season-ending tournament in mainland China's financial hub.
REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/JD 
SPORT TENNIS
RTR103OL 
November 12, 2002 
Albert Costa of Spain reacts after losing a point during his round
robin preliminary match against world... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
SPAIN'S COSTA REACTS DURING MATCH AGAINST AUSTRALIA'S HEWITT AT TENNIS
MASTERS CUP IN SHANGHAI. 
Albert Costa of Spain reacts after losing a point during his round
robin preliminary match against world number one Lleyton Hewitt of
Australia at the Tennis Masters Cup tournament in Shanghai November 12,
2002. Hewitt beat Costa 6-2 4-6 6-3. The world's top eight players are
playing in the season-ending tournament in mainland China's financial
hub. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

BY/JD 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWJ3B 
June 10, 2002 
China's Qu Bo (L) and Yang Pu battle for the ball during their last
training session in Sogwipo on South... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
CHINA'S QU AND YANG BATTLE FOR THE BALL DURING TRAINING ON CHEJU
ISLAND. 
China's Qu Bo (L) and Yang Pu battle for the ball during their last
training session in Sogwipo on South Korea's Cheju's Island June 10,
2002. China leaves Cheju Island on Tuesday for their last group C match
against Turkey in Seoul on June 13 after losing their first two matches
in the World Cup Finals. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

ASW/JD 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWJ2Q 
June 10, 2002 
China's national soccer team coach Bora Milutinovic (R) holds hands
with his translator Yu Huixian during... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
CHINA'S COACH BORA MILUTINOVIC HOLDS HANDS WITH TRANSLATOR DURING
TRAINING ON CHEJU ISLAND. 
China's national soccer team coach Bora Milutinovic (R) holds hands
with his translator Yu Huixian during the team's last training session
in Sogwipo on South Korea's Cheju's Island June 10, 2002. China leaves
Cheju Island on Tuesday for their last group C match against Turkey in
Seoul on June 13 after losing their first two matches in the World Cup
Finals. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

ASW 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWJ2H 
June 10, 2002 
China's national soccer team coach Bora Milutinovic talks to the media
surrounded by South Korean policemen... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
CHINA'S COACH MILUTINOVIC TALKS TO THE MEDIA ON CHEJU ISLAND. 
China's national soccer team coach Bora Milutinovic talks to the media
surrounded by South Korean policemen after the last training session in
Sogwipo on South Korea's Cheju's Island June 10, 2002. China leaves
Cheju Island on Tuesday for their last group C match against Turkey in
Seoul on June 13 after losing their first two matches in the World Cup
Finals. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

ASW/JDP 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWJ25 
June 10, 2002 
China's defender Li Weifeng waves as a team official takes down a
banner which reads "Good Style" after... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
CHINA'S LI WEIFENG WAVES AS A TEAM OFFICIAL TAKES DOWN A BANNER ON
CHEJU ISLAND. 
China's defender Li Weifeng waves as a team official takes down a
banner which reads "Good Style" after the last training session in
Sogwipo on South Korea's Cheju's Island June 10, 2002. China leaves
Cheju Island on Tuesday for their last group C match against Turkey in
Seoul on June 13 after losing their first two matches in the World Cup
Finals. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

ASW 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWG17 
June 08, 2002 
China's goalie Jin Jiang walks off the field after losing to Brazil at
a Group C match at the World... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
CHINA'S GOALIE WALKS OFF THE FIELD AFTER LOSING TO BRAZIL IN SOGWIPO. 
China's goalie Jin Jiang walks off the field after losing to Brazil at
a Group C match at the World Cup Finals in Sogwipo, June 8, 2002.
Brazil beat China 4-0. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

KW 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWG11 
June 08, 2002 
CHINA'S FAN ZHIYI AND XU YUNLONG AND WU CHENGYING AND LI WEIFING
DEJECTED AFTER LOSING TO BRAZIL AT... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
CHINA'S FAN ZHIYI AND XU YUNLONG AND WU CHENGYING AND LI WEIFING
DEJECTED AFTER LOSING TO ... 
CHINA'S FAN ZHIYI AND XU YUNLONG AND WU CHENGYING AND LI WEIFING
DEJECTED AFTER LOSING TO BRAZIL AT WORLD CUP FINALS IN SOGWIPO.


China's (L-R) Fan Zhiyi, Xu Yunlong, Wu Chengying and Li Weifeng
acknowledge the applause of their fans after losing their Group C match
to Brazil at the World Cup Finals in Sogwipo, June 8, 2002. Brazil won
4-0. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRW8G9 
June 04, 2002 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing June 4, 2002 as China loses its
debut match against Costa Rica... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE SOCCER FAN REACTS DURING CHINA'S MATCH AGAINST COSTA RICA AT
THE WORLD CUP FINALS. 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing June 4, 2002 as China loses its
debut match against Costa Rica at the World Cup finals match in South
Korea's Kwangju stadium. China lost the match 2-0. Loyal Chinese fans
came out in droves to watch the match on giant screens around the
capital. REUTERS/Guang Niu

GN 
CHINA
RTRW8FY 
June 04, 2002 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing as China loses its debut match
at the World Cup finals to Costa... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE SOCCER FAN REACTS IN BEIJING AS CHINA LOSES ITS DEBUT MATCH TO
COSTA RICA IN THE WORLD CUP FINALS.... 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing as China loses its debut match
at the World Cup finals to Costa Rica June 4, 2002. China lost the
match 2-0. Loyal Chinese fans came out in droves to watch the match on
giant screens around the capital. REUTERS/Guang Niu

GN/JS 
CHINA
RTRW8FE 
June 04, 2002 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing as China loses its debut match
at the World Cup finals to Costa... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE SOCCER FAN REACTS IN BEIJING AS CHINA LOSES ITS DEBUT MATCH TO
COSTA RICA IN THE WORLD CUP FINALS.... 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing as China loses its debut match
at the World Cup finals to Costa Rica June 4, 2002. China lost the
match 2-0. Loyal Chinese fans came out in droves to watch the match on
giant screens around the capital. REUTERS/Guang Niu

GN/JS 
CHINA
RTRW8ET 
June 04, 2002 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing as China loses its debut match
at the World Cup finals to Costa... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE SOCCER FAN REACTS IN BEIJING AS CHINA LOSES ITS DEBUT MATCH TO
COSTA RICA IN THE WORLD CUP FINALS.... 
A Chinese soccer fan reacts in Beijing as China loses its debut match
at the World Cup finals to Costa Rica June 4, 2002. China lost the
match 2-0. Loyal Chinese fans came out in droves to watch the match on
giant screens around the capital. REUTERS/Guang Niu

GN/JS 
SPORTS CHINA BADMINTON
RTRVK8Q 
May 18, 2002 
China's Zhou Mi, the world No. 2, reacts after losing a point against
South Korea's Kim Kyeung Ran,... 
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINA'S ZHOU MI REACTS AFTER LOSING A POINT AT UBER CUP FINAL IN
GHANGZHOU. 
China's Zhou Mi, the world No. 2, reacts after losing a point against
South Korea's Kim Kyeung Ran, the world No. 24, during their final of
the Uber Cup badminton tournament in Guangzhou May 18, 2002. Kim beat
Zhou 7-4 7-3 3-7 3-7 7-5 to help South Korea to win the first single's
match. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/DL 
SPORTS CHINA BADMINTON
RTRVJES 
May 17, 2002 
Denmark's Kenneth Jonassen, the world No. 4, reacts after losing a
point against Indonesia's Marleve... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
DENMARK'S KENNETH JONASSEN REACTS AT THOMAS CUP SEMIFINALS IN
GUANGZHOU. 
Denmark's Kenneth Jonassen, the world No. 4, reacts after losing a
point against Indonesia's Marleve Mainaky, the world No. 8, during
their semifinal of the Thomas Cup badminton tournament in China's
southern city of Guangzhou May 17, 2002. Mainaky beat Jonassen 3-7 6-8
7-5 7-0 7-2 to help Indonesia to win the first single match.
REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/CP 
SPORTS CHINA BADMINTON
RTRVI9U 
May 16, 2002 
Malaysia's Wong Choong Hann, the world No. 4, argues with the referee
after losing a point against China's... 
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of 
MAYALSIA'S WONG CHOONG HANN ARGUES WITH THE REFEREE AT THOMAS CUP
SEMIFINALS IN GUANGZHOU. 
Malaysia's Wong Choong Hann, the world No. 4, argues with the referee
after losing a point against China's Xia Xuanze, the world No. 1,
during their Thomas Cup semifinals badminton tournament in Guangzhou
May 16, 2002. Xia beat Wong 6-8 8-6 7-5 8-6 to help China win the first
game. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/CP 
SPORT TENNIS
RTRRI1X 
January 08, 2000 
Tennis world number one Martina Hingis of Switzerland reacts after losing a point to Jennifer Capriati... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
MARTINA HINGIS REACTS AFTER LOSING TO JENNIFER CAPRIATI IN HONG KONG. 
Tennis world number one Martina Hingis of Switzerland reacts after losing a point to Jennifer Capriati of the United States at the final of the Millennium Cup in Hong Kong January 8. Capriati beat Hingis 7-6(7-3) 4-6 6-3.

BY 
SPORT TENNIS
RTRRFXU 
January 05, 2000 
Mary Joe Fernandez of the U.S. reacts after losing a point during her match with World number one tennis... 
Hong Kong, China 
MARY JOE FERNANDEZ REACTS DURING MATCH WITH HINGIS IN HONG KONG. 
Mary Joe Fernandez of the U.S. reacts after losing a point during her match with World number one tennis Martina Hingis of Switzerland at the Millennium Cup in Hong Kong January 5. Hingis beat Fernandez in two games 6-3 6-2.

BY/DL/jp 
SPORT SOCCER
RTR11KBV 
July 01, 1999 
Russian goalie Svetlana Petko (L) and forward Natalia Filipova walk off the field after losing to China... 
San Jose, USA 
RUSSIA'S PETKO AND FILIPOVA WALK OFF FIELD AFTER LOSS. 
Russian goalie Svetlana Petko (L) and forward Natalia Filipova walk off the field after losing to China in their FIFA Women's World Cup quarterfinal match at Spartan Stadium June 30. China defeated Russia 2-0 to advance to the semifinals.

LD/RC/CC 
RTRVPDC 
June 13, 1998 
Hong Kong professional footballer Chan Tsz-kong (C), 26, is shrouded under a blanket as he leaves court... 
Hong Kong 
FOOTBALLER CHAN LEAVES COURT ESCORTED FROM COURT. 
Hong Kong professional footballer Chan Tsz-kong (C), 26, is shrouded under a blanket as he leaves court escorted by officials from the territory's graft-busting Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) June 13. Chan faces a charge of conspiring with others in March to take HK$200,000 (US$25,806) from a bookmaker to cause the Hong Kong football team to lose two goals in a World Cup Asian Qualifying Round.

MS/JIR/FMS 
RTR2MQK 
March 22, 1997 
Australia's David Campese shows emotion as he leads his Wallabies teammates in a farewell to fans at... 
Hong Kong 
DAVID CAMPESE LEADS WALLABY TEAMMATES AT THE RUGBY WORLD CUP SEVENS IN HONG KONG 
Australia's David Campese shows emotion as he leads his Wallabies teammates in a farewell to fans at the World Cup rugby sevens in Hong Kong March 23. Campese, the leading try scorer in world rugby union, made a losing farewell to the international game at the World Cup Sevens, with Australia losing to New Zealand 38-12.

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