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SPORT BIATHLON GERMANY
RTRST5X 
February 12, 2004 
Linda Tjoerhom, Liv Grete Poiree, Gunn Margit Andreassen and Gro Istad-Kristiansen (R-L) from Norway... 
Oberhof, Germany - FDR 
NORWEGIAN TEAM CELEBRATE VICTORY IN WOMEN'S 4X6 KM RELAY AT BIATHLON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN OBERHOF. 
Linda Tjoerhom, Liv Grete Poiree, Gunn Margit Andreassen and Gro Istad-Kristiansen (R-L) from Norway celebrate their victory in the women's 4x6 kilometres relay race at the Biathlon World Championships in Oberhof, Germany February 12, 2004. Norway won ahead of the Russian team with Olga Pyleva, Svetlana Ishmouratova, Anna Bogali and Albina Akhatova and the German team with Martina Glagow, Katrin Apel, Simone Denkinger and Kati Wilhelm. REUTERS/Christian Charisius CHA/MAD 
SPORT BIATHLON GERMANY
RTRST5Q 
February 12, 2004 
Linda Tjoerhom, Gro Istad-Kristiansen, Gunn Margit Andreassen and Liv Grete Poiree (R-L) from Norway... 
Oberhof, Germany - FDR 
NORWEGIAN TEAM CELEBRATE VICTORY IN WOMEN'S 4X6 KM RELAY AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN OBERHOF.... 
Linda Tjoerhom, Gro Istad-Kristiansen, Gunn Margit Andreassen and Liv Grete Poiree (R-L) from Norway celebrate their victory in the women's 4x6 kilometres relay race at the Biathlon World Championships in Oberhof, Germany February 12, 2004. Norway won ahead of the Russian team with Olga Pyleva, Svetlana Ishmouratova, Anna Bogali and Albina Akhatova and the German team with Martina Glagow, Katrin Apel, Simone Denkinger and Kati Wilhelm. REUTERS/Christian Charisius CHA/MAD 
SPORT BIATHLON GERMANY
RTRST5J 
February 12, 2004 
TEAM GERMANY CELEBRATES THIRD PLACE AT WOMEN'S 4X6 KM RELAY RACE DURING BIATHLON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS... 
Oberhof, Germany - FDR 
TEAM GERMANY CELEBRATES THIRD PLACE AT WOMEN'S 4X6 KM RELAY RACE DURING BIATHLON WORLD ... 
TEAM GERMANY CELEBRATES THIRD PLACE AT WOMEN'S 4X6 KM RELAY RACE DURING BIATHLON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN OBERHOF. Martina Glagow, Simone Denkinger, Kati Wilhelm and Katrin Apel (L-R) from Germany celebrate their third place after the women's 4x6 kilometres relay race at the Biathlon World Championships in Oberhof, Germany February 12, 2004. Team Norway won the race ahead of Russia and Germany. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRR79P 
January 14, 2004 
Germany's Uschi Disl shoots during the women's 4x6 kilometers relay competition at the Biathlon World... 
Ruhpolding, Germany - FDR 
GERMANY'S DISL SHOOTS DURING 4X6 KILOMETERS RELAY COMPETITION DURING BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING.... 
Germany's Uschi Disl shoots during the women's 4x6 kilometers relay competition at the Biathlon World Cup in the southern Bavarian skiing resort of Ruhpolding January 14, 2004. The German team Simone Denkinger from Gosheim, Uschi Disl from Moosham, Katrin Apel from Frankenhain and Kati Wilhelm from Zella-Mehlis won with the time of 1:18:37, ahead of Russia and Norway. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS AX/JOH 
SPORT BIATHLON RUHPOLDING
RTRR79L 
January 14, 2004 
GERMANY'S WILHELM CELEBRATES HER TEAM'S VICTORY OF 4X6 KILOMETERS RELAY COMPETITION AT BIATHLON WORLD... 
Ruhpolding, Germany - FDR 
GERMANY'S WILHELM CELEBRATES HER TEAM'S VICTORY OF 4X6 KILOMETERS RELAY COMPETITION AT BIATHLON ... 
GERMANY'S WILHELM CELEBRATES HER TEAM'S VICTORY OF 4X6 KILOMETERS RELAY COMPETITION AT BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING. Germany's Kati Wilhelm celebrates her team's victory of the women's 4x6 kilometers relay competition at the Biathlon World Cup in the southern Bavarian skiing resort of Ruhpolding, January 14, 2004. The German team Simone Denkinger from Gosheim, Uschi Disl from Moosham, Katrin Apel from Frankenhain and Kati Wilhelm from Zella-Mehlis won with the time of 1:18:37, ahead of Russia and Norway. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler 
POKLJUKA
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January 11, 2004 
German team mates Uschi Disl (L) and Katrin Apel (R) chat after 12,5km mass start of the biathlon World... 
Slovenia 
GERMAN TEAM MATES USCHI DISL AND KATRIN APEL CHAT AFTER THE 12,5 KM BIATHLON WORLD CUP RACE IN POKLJUKA.... 
German team mates Uschi Disl (L) and Katrin Apel (R) chat after 12,5km mass start of the biathlon World Cup race in Pokljuka, Slovenia on January 11, 2004. Anna Bogaliof Russia won ahead of Liv Grete Poiree of Norway, as Uschi Disl placed third and Katrin Apel placed fourth. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic SZ/WS 
SPORT BIATHLON
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December 21, 2003 
Sandrine Bailly (C) of France, Olga Pyleva (L) of Russia and Katrin Apel (R) of Germany stand on a podium... 
Osrblie, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic) 
BAILLY PYLEVA AND APEL STAND ON A PODIUM IN OSRBLIE. 
Sandrine Bailly (C) of France, Olga Pyleva (L) of Russia and Katrin Apel (R) of Germany stand on a podium after finishing a 10 km World Cup Biathlon pursuit in Osrblie, December 21, 2003. Bailly won ahead of Pyleva and Apel. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRR07M 
December 21, 2003 
Olga Pyleva (R) of Russia races behind Andrea Henkel of Germany (R) in a 10 km World Cup Biathlon pursuit... 
Osrblie, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic) 
PYLEVA OF RUSSIA RACES BEHIND HENKEL OF GERMANY IN OSRBLIE. 
Olga Pyleva (R) of Russia races behind Andrea Henkel of Germany (R) in a 10 km World Cup Biathlon pursuit in Osrblie, December 21, 2003. Pyleva finished second after Sandrine Bailly of France and Katrin Apel of Germany as Henkel come sixth. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA/JDP 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRR07G 
December 21, 2003 
Katrin Apel of Germany races in the 10 km World Cup Biathlon pursuit in Osrblie, December 21, 2003. Apel... 
Osrblie, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic) 
APEL OF GERMANY RACES IN A WORLD CUP BIATHLON PURSUIT IN OSRBLIE. 
Katrin Apel of Germany races in the 10 km World Cup Biathlon pursuit in Osrblie, December 21, 2003. Apel finished third after Sandrine Bailly of France and Olga Pyleva of Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRR07C 
December 21, 2003 
Sandrine Bailly of France races in a 10 km World Cup Biathlon pursuit in Osrblie, December 21, 2003.... 
Osrblie, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic) 
BAILLY OF FRANCE RACES IN A WORLD CUP BIATHLON PURSUIT IN OSRBLIE. 
Sandrine Bailly of France races in a 10 km World Cup Biathlon pursuit in Osrblie, December 21, 2003. Bailly won the race ahead of Olga Pyleva of Russia and Katrin Apel of Germany. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA/THI 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRQWNR 
December 12, 2003 
German team members Katja Beer, Katrin Apel, Kati Wilhelm and Martina Glagow (L to R) stand on the podium... 
Hochfilzen, Austria - Republic of 
GERMAN BIATHLON RELAY TEAM STANDS ON THE PODIUM IN HOCHFILZEN. 
German team members Katja Beer, Katrin Apel, Kati Wilhelm and Martina Glagow (L to R) stand on the podium after the Biathlon world cup 4x6 km relay race in Hochfilzen December 12, 2003. Germany placed second in a time of one hour 17 minutes 30.0 seconds. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader HPB/AA 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRQWMZ 
December 12, 2003 
Katrin Apel of Germany gets ready for shooting during the Biathlon world cup 4x6 km relay race in Hochfilzen... 
Hochfilzen, Austria - Republic of 
KATRIN APEL OF GERMANY PREPARES HER RIFLE IN HOCHFILZEN. 
Katrin Apel of Germany gets ready for shooting during the Biathlon world cup 4x6 km relay race in Hochfilzen December 12, 2003. Germany placed second in a time of one hour 17 minutes 30.1 seconds. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader HPB/AA 
SPORTS BIATHLON
RTR11ATU 
January 10, 2003 
Germany's Kati Wilhelm (L-R), Andrea Henkel, Uschi Disl and Katrin Apel
pose for photographers after... 
Oberhof, Germany 
GERMAN BIATHLON RELAY TEAM POSES AFTER VICTORY IN WORLD CUP IN OBERHOF. 
Germany's Kati Wilhelm (L-R), Andrea Henkel, Uschi Disl and Katrin Apel
pose for photographers after winning the Biathlon World cup 4x6 km
women's relay competition in Oberhof, January 10, 2003. Team Germany
won the race in a total time of one hour 17 minutes and 22.9 seconds
ahead of Russia and France. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB 
GERMANY
RTRTGP4 
February 26, 2002 
Andrea Henkel (L-R), winner of the gold medal in biathlon 4X7,5
kilometer team relay and the gold medal... 
Oberhof, Germany 
GERMAN ATHLETS HENKEL WILHELM AND APEL DISPLAY THEIR OLYMPIC MEDALS IN
OBERHOF. 
Andrea Henkel (L-R), winner of the gold medal in biathlon 4X7,5
kilometer team relay and the gold medal in 15 kilometer biathlon; Kati
Wilhelm, winner of the gold medal in 7,5 kilometer sprint biathlon, the
gold medal in 4X7,5 kilometer biathlon team relay and the silver medal
in 10 kilometer biathlon and Katrin Apelwith her gold medal in 4X7,5
biathlon team relay display their medals they won during the Salt Lake
2002 Winter Olympic Games during a welcoming celebration in Oberhof
February 26, 2002. Several thousand people greeted German athletes
living in the German federal state of Thueringen as they returned home
from Salt Lake City. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski

ROR 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT247 
February 18, 2002 
German gold medal biathletes Kati Wilhem (top R), Andrea Henkel (bottom
R), Uschi Disl (bottom L) and... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
GERMANY CELEBRATES WOMENS BIATHLON GOLD AT WINTER OLYMPICS. 
German gold medal biathletes Kati Wilhem (top R), Andrea Henkel (bottom
R), Uschi Disl (bottom L) and Katrin Apel celebrate during medal
ceremonies for the women's 4x7.5km relat at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter
Olympic Games, February 18, 2002. The ceremony was held at the Salt
Lake Olympic medals plaza. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT238 
February 18, 2002 
German gold medal biathletes Kati Wilhem (L), Andrea Henkel (R), Uschi
Disl (2R) and Katrin Apel celebrate... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
GERMANY CELEBRATES WOMENS BIATHLON GOLD AT WINTER OLYMPICS. 
German gold medal biathletes Kati Wilhem (L), Andrea Henkel (R), Uschi
Disl (2R) and Katrin Apel celebrate during medal ceremonies for the
women's 4x7.5km relay at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games
February 18, 2002. The ceremony was held at the Salt Lake Olympic
medals plaza. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

KM/HB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT1C7 
February 18, 2002 
German biathletes (L to R) Kati Wilhem, Andrea Henkel, Uschi Disl and
Katrin Apel celebrate their gold... 
Soldier Hollow, United States of America 
GERMAN BIATHLETES CELEBRATE GOLD AT OLYMPIC WOMENS 4x7.5KM BIATHLON
RELAY AT SOLDIER HOLLOW. 
German biathletes (L to R) Kati Wilhem, Andrea Henkel, Uschi Disl and
Katrin Apel celebrate their gold in the women's 4x7.5 km biathlon relay
at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games,
February 18, 2002. The German team took the gold in one hour, 27
minutes 55.0, seconds, ahead of Norway in silver and Russia in bronze.
REUTERS/Andrew Winning

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT175 
February 18, 2002 
German biathletes (L to R) Uschi Disl, Kati Wilhem, Andrea Henkel, and
Katrin Apel celebrate after taking... 
Soldier Hollow, United States of America 
GERMAN BIATHLETES CELEBRATE GOLD AT THE OLYMPIC WOMENS BIATHLON RELAY. 
German biathletes (L to R) Uschi Disl, Kati Wilhem, Andrea Henkel, and
Katrin Apel celebrate after taking the gold in the women's 4x7.5 km
biathlon relay at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games, February 18, 2002. The German team took the gold in one
hour 27 minutes 55.0 seconds ahead of Norway in silver and Russia in
bronze. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

DL/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT11P 
February 18, 2002 
German biathlete Katrin Apel skis during the women's 4x7.5 km biathlon
relay at Soldier Hollow during... 
Soldier Hollow, United States of America 
APEL OF GERMANY SKIS IN THE OLYMPIC WOMENS BIATHLON RELAY. 
German biathlete Katrin Apel skis during the women's 4x7.5 km biathlon
relay at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games,
February 18, 2002. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

DL/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSLG6 
February 11, 2002 
Katrin Apel of Germany removes her gloves before shooting during the
Olympic women's 15 km individual... 
Soldier Hollow, United States of America 
APEL KATRIN REMOVES HER GLOVES AT OLYMPIC WOMENS 15KM INDIVIDUAL
BIATHLON. 
Katrin Apel of Germany removes her gloves before shooting during the
Olympic women's 15 km individual biathlon at Soldier Hollow, during the
Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games February 11, 2002. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque

AW/DL/HB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSLFZ 
February 11, 2002 
Katrin Apel of Germany takes aim in the shooting segment of the women's
15k individual biathlon, in... 
Soldier Hollow, United States of America 
GERMAN APEL SHOOTS IN BIATHLON AT SALT LAKE WINTER OLYMPICS. 
Katrin Apel of Germany takes aim in the shooting segment of the women's
15k individual biathlon, in Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002
Olympic Winter Games, February 11, 2002. The Games run through February
24. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

RR/HB 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRRV1 
January 17, 2002 
Uschi Disl, Katrin Apel, Kati Wilhelm and Martina Zellner (L-R) of
Germany celebrate in the finish area... 
Ruhpolding, Germany 
MEMBERS OF TEAM GERMANY CELEBRATE AFTER WOMENS RELAY COMPETITION AT THE
BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING.... 
Uschi Disl, Katrin Apel, Kati Wilhelm and Martina Zellner (L-R) of
Germany celebrate in the finish area after the 4 x 7.5 km women relay
competition at the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding January 17, 2002.
Team Germany won the competition ahead of team Russia in second and
Norway in third place. REUTERS/Michael Dalder

MAD/CRB 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR1506X 
December 21, 2001 
Leading lady of the biathlon World Cup, Magdalena Forsberg of Sweden
surprised all when she finished... 
Osrblie, Slovakia 
LEADING LADY FORSBERG AT SHOOTING RANGE AT WOMENS SPRINT IN BIATHLON
WORLD CUP AT OSRBLIE SLOVAKIA. 
Leading lady of the biathlon World Cup, Magdalena Forsberg of Sweden
surprised all when she finished second last after accidentally firing a
series of shots at the wrong target bay during women's 7.5 kilometers
sprint at World cup biathlon in Osrblie on Friday December 21, 2001.
The race won Katja Holanti of Finland when she clocked the fastest time
of 20 minutes and 6.7 of a second, second was Kati Whilhelm and third
Katrin Apel, both of Germany.

REUTERS/Joe Klamar 
SLOVAKIA BIATHLON
RTR1506W 
December 21, 2001 
WINNER KATJA HOLANTI OF FINLAND CELEBRATES AT THE PODIUM OF WOMENS
SPRINT IN BIATHLON WORLD CUP AT OSRBLIE... 
Osrblie, Slovakia 
WINNER KATJA HOLANTI OF FINLAND CELEBRATES AT THE PODIUM OF WOMENS
SPRINT IN BIATHLON WORLD CUP AT ...... 
WINNER KATJA HOLANTI OF FINLAND CELEBRATES AT THE PODIUM OF WOMENS
SPRINT IN BIATHLON WORLD CUP AT OSRBLIE SLOVAKIA.


Katja Holanti of Finland (C) celebrates her victory as she poses at the
podium after winning at women's 7.5 kilometers sprint at World cup
biathlon in Osrblie on Friday December 21,2001.The race won Katja
Holanti of Finland when she clocked the fastest time of 20 minutes and
6.7 of a second, second was Kati Whilhelm and third Katrin Apel both of
Germany. 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR1506P 
December 21, 2001 
Kati Whilhelm (L), Katrin Apel (R), both of Germany, and winner Katja
Holanti of Finland (C) pose on... 
Osrblie, Slovakia 
WINNER HOLANTI OF FINLAND AND GERMANS WHILHELM AND APEL ON THE PODIUM
IN OSRBLIE. 
Kati Whilhelm (L), Katrin Apel (R), both of Germany, and winner Katja
Holanti of Finland (C) pose on the the podium of the women's 7.5 kms
sprint at the World cup biathlon in Osrblie December 21, 2001. The race
was won by Holanti of Finland ahead of Whilhelm and third placed Apel.

REUTERS/Joe Klamar 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR15027 
December 20, 2001 
Second fastest German woman Martina Glagow, who finished sixth,
competes in the women's individual 15... 
Osrblie, Slovakia 
KATRIN APEL OF GERMANY COMPETES AT WOMENS BIATHLON WORLD CUP AT
OSRBLIE. 
Second fastest German woman Martina Glagow, who finished sixth,
competes in the women's individual 15 kilometre World cup biathlon in
Osrblie December 20, 2001. The race was won by Magdalena Forsberg.

REUTERS/Joe Klamar 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR14ZM5 
December 16, 2001 
German Andrea Henkel (R) speaks with teammate Katrin Apel after the 10
km pursuit World Cup biathlon... 
Pokljuka, Slovenia 
GERMAN ANDREA HENKEL SPEAKS WITH TEAMMATE KATRIN APEL AFTER 10M PURSUIT
WORLD CUP BIATHLON RACE. 
German Andrea Henkel (R) speaks with teammate Katrin Apel after the 10
km pursuit World Cup biathlon race in Pokljuka December 16, 2001.
Magdalena Forsberg of Sweden won the event with a total time of 32
minutes 23 seconds. Olga Pyleva of Russia placed second, while Henkel
and Apel were third and fourth respectively. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

SZ/GB 
SPORT-BIATHLON
RTR14Z87 
December 14, 2001 
German team Janet Klein, Andrean Henkel, Katrin Apel and Kati Wilhelm
(L to R) celebrate their win after... 
Pokljuka, Slovenia 
GERMAN TEAM CELEBRATES VICTORY AFTER WOMENS 4X7,5 KM RELAY WORLD CUP
RACE. 
German team Janet Klein, Andrean Henkel, Katrin Apel and Kati Wilhelm
(L to R) celebrate their win after the women's 4x 7,5 km relay World
Cup biathlon race in Pokljuka, December 14, 2001. Germany won in a
total time of one hour forty minutes and 54 seconds. Norway was second
and Ukraine place third. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

SZ/WS 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR14Z7N 
December 14, 2001 
Winners (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katrin Apel, Janet Klein and Kati Wilhelm
from Germany celebrate after... 
Pokljuka, Slovenia 
GERMAN TEAM CELEBRATES VICTORY AFTER WOMENS RELAY WORLD CUP RACE. 
Winners (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katrin Apel, Janet Klein and Kati Wilhelm
from Germany celebrate after the Womens' 4x 7.5km relay World Cup
biathlon race in Pokljuka, December 14, 2001. Germany won in a total
time of one hour 40 minutes and 54 seconds with Norway in second and
Ukraine third. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

SZ 
SPORT-BIATHLON
RTR1336X 
February 10, 2001 
Katrin Apel of Germany skis during the second leg of the women's 4 x 7.5 km relay race at the World Biathlon... 
Pokljuka, Slovenia 
APEL OF GERMANY IN ACTION DURING WOMEN'S 4 X 7.5 KM BIATHLON RELAY. 
Katrin Apel of Germany skis during the second leg of the women's 4 x 7.5 km relay race at the World Biathlon Championships in Pokljuka February 10, 2001. Russia placed first in a total time of one hour, 29 minutes and 2.8 seconds, second was Germany and third Ukraine.

LJ/AA 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR12OXC 
January 13, 2001 
Katrin Apel from Germany skates during the 7,5 km sprint race at the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding,... 
Ruhpolding, Germany 
GERMANYS KATRIN APEL IN ACTION DURING THE 7,5 KM SPRINT RACE AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING.... 
Katrin Apel from Germany skates during the 7,5 km sprint race at the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding, January 13, 2001. Sweden's Magdalena Forsberg won the competition in front of Skjelbreid-Poiree from Norway and Apel from Germany on thrid place.

MAD/CLH/ 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR12OWV 
January 13, 2001 
GERMANYS KATRIN APEL CELEBRATES THIRD PLACE AFTER THE 7,5 KM SPRINT RACE AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN... 
Ruhpolding, Germany 
GERMANYS KATRIN APEL CELEBRATES THIRD PLACE AFTER THE 7,5 KM SPRINT RACE AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CUP ...... 
GERMANYS KATRIN APEL CELEBRATES THIRD PLACE AFTER THE 7,5 KM SPRINT RACE AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING.


Katrin Apel from Germany celebrates the third place after the 7,5 km sprint race at the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding, January 13, 2001. Swedens Magdalena Forsberg won the competition in front of Skjelbreid-Poiree from Norway and Apel from Germany on thrid place. 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTR12OWN 
January 13, 2001 
FORSBERG, SKJELBREID-POIREE AND APEL ON THE WINNERS PODIUM AFTER THE 7,5 KM SPRINT RACE AT THE BIATHLON... 
Ruhpolding, Germany 
FORSBERG, SKJELBREID-POIREE AND APEL ON THE WINNERS PODIUM AFTER THE 7,5 KM SPRINT RACE AT THE ... 
FORSBERG, SKJELBREID-POIREE AND APEL ON THE WINNERS PODIUM AFTER THE 7,5 KM SPRINT RACE AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING.


Sweden's Magdalena Forsberg (C), Liv Grete Skjelbreid-Poiree from Norway (L) and Katrin Apel from Germany pose on the podium after the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding, January 13, 2001. Forsberg won the competition in front of Skjelbreid-Poiree from Norway and Apel from Germany. 
SPORT BIATHLON
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January 11, 2001 
Martina Glagow, Andrea Henkel, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl (L-R) from Germany pose after the 4x7.5 km... 
Ruhpolding, Germany 
GERMANY'S TEAM POSE AFTER 4x7.5 KM WOMEN'S RELAY COMPETITION AT BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING. 
Martina Glagow, Andrea Henkel, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl (L-R) from Germany pose after the 4x7.5 km women's relay competition at the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding, January 11, 2001. Germany finished the competition in one hour 32 minutes 42.5 seconds in second place in front of Russia and just behind Norway.

MAD 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRN79 
January 15, 2000 
Nathalie Santer from Italy (C), Katrin Apel from Germany (L) and Olga Pyleva from Russia (R) pose on... 
Ruhpolding, Germany - FDR 
SANTER,APEL AND PYLEVA WAVE FROM PODIUM AFTER THE WOMEN'S 7.5 KM SPRINT BIATHLON RACE IN RUHPOLDING. 
Nathalie Santer from Italy (C), Katrin Apel from Germany (L) and Olga Pyleva from Russia (R) pose on the podium after the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon Worldcup in Ruhpolding, January 15. Santer finished the race in 23:46.4 minutes ahead of Katrin Apel from Germany and Olga Pyleva from Russia.

MAD 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRN73 
January 15, 2000 
Nathalie Santer from Italy waves from the podium after winning the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon... 
Ruhpolding, Germany - FDR 
NATHALIE SANTER FROM ITALY CELEBRATES AFTER THE 7.5 KM SPRINT BIATHLON RACE IN RUHPOLDING. 
Nathalie Santer from Italy waves from the podium after winning the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon Worldcup in Ruhpolding, January 15. Santer finished the race in 23:46.4 minutes ahead of Katrin Apel from Germany and Olga Pyleva from Russia.

MAD 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRN6G 
January 15, 2000 
Katrin Apel from Germany skates during the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon Worldcup in Ruhpolding,... 
Ruhpolding, Germany - FDR 
GERMANYS KATRIN APEL SKATES DURING THE 7.5 KM SPRINT BIATHLON RACE IN RUHPOLDING. 
Katrin Apel from Germany skates during the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon Worldcup in Ruhpolding, January 15. Apel finished the race in 23:48.2 minutes on second place behind the winner Italy's Nathalie Santer.

MAD 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRN6B 
January 15, 2000 
Nathalie Santer from Italy skis during the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon Worldcup in Ruhpolding,... 
Ruhpolding, Germany - FDR 
NATHALIE SANTER FROM ITALY SKATES DURING THE 7.5 KM SPRINT BIATHLON RACE IN RUHPOLDING. 
Nathalie Santer from Italy skis during the 7.5 km sprint race at the Biathlon Worldcup in Ruhpolding, January 15. Santer won the race in 23:46.4 minutes ahead of Katrin Apel from Germany and Olga Pyleva from Russia.

MAD 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRMFP 
January 14, 2000 
Martina Zellner, Uschi Disl, Andrea Henkel and Katrin Apel from Germany (L-R) pose on the Podium after... 
Ruhpolding, Germany - FDR 
THE GERMAN TEAM POSE ON THE PODIUM AFTER THE WOMEN RELAY BIATHLON RACE IN RUHPOLDING. 
Martina Zellner, Uschi Disl, Andrea Henkel and Katrin Apel from Germany (L-R) pose on the Podium after the 4 x 7.5 km Relay women competition at the Biathlon Worldcup in Ruhpolding, January 14. The German team won the race ahead of Russia on second place and Ukraine on third.

MAD 
BIATHLON
RTXJF2F 
January 08, 2000 
Germany's first placed (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katja Beer, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl smile after they... 
Oberhof, Germany - FDR 
Germany's first placed (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katja Beer, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl smile after they..... 
Germany's first placed (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katja Beer, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl smile after they won the women 4X7.5 km relay competition during the awarding ceremony at the Biathlon World Cup in Oberhof January 8. [Russia placed first in a time of 1:36:33.4, Germany placed second and France third in this competition.] 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRI7H 
January 08, 2000 
Germany's second placed (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katja Beer, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl smile after they... 
Oberhof, Germany - FDR 
WOMEN'S BIATHLON WINNERS DISL, APEL, BEER AND HENKEL SMILE. 
Germany's second placed (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katja Beer, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl smile after they won the women's 4x7.5 km relay competition during the awards ceremony at the Biathlon World Cup event in Oberhof January 8. Russia placed first in a time of 1 hour 36:33.4, Germany placed second and France placed third.

FAB 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRRI31 
January 08, 2000 
Germany's first placed (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katja Beer, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl smile after they won... 
Oberhof, Germany - FDR 
WOMEN'S BIATHLON WINNER DISL, APEL, BEER AND HENKEL SMILE DURING AWARDING CEREMONY IN OBERHOF. 
Germany's first placed (L-R) Andrea Henkel, Katja Beer, Katrin Apel and Uschi Disl smile after they won the women 4X7.5 km relay competition during the awarding ceremony at the Biathlon World Cup in Oberhof January 8. Russia placed first in a time of 1:36:33.4, Germany placed second and France third in this competition.

FAB/CLH/ 
SPORT BIATHLON
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January 15, 1999 
Ukrainian Olena Petrova (L-R) takes over from her team mate Olena Zubrilova as Uschi Disl hands over... 
Ruhpolding, Germany 
UKRAINIAN AND THE GERMAN HAND OVER DURING THE BIATHLON RELAY WORLD CUP IN RUHPOLDING. 
Ukrainian Olena Petrova (L-R) takes over from her team mate Olena Zubrilova as Uschi Disl hands over to Katrin Apel of Germany during the biathlon women's Relay World Cup in Ruhpolding January 15. The Ukrainian team won the competition, Germany ranked second and the Russian team took the third place.

MIK/WS 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRYI3A 
December 20, 1998 
German biathletes Uschi Disl (C) who placed first, Simone Greiner-Petter-Memm (L) who placed second and... 
Osrblie, Slovakia 
GERMAN WOMEN FIRST THREE IN 10KM PURSUIT AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN OSRBLIE. 
German biathletes Uschi Disl (C) who placed first, Simone Greiner-Petter-Memm (L) who placed second and Katrin Apel (R) wave on the podium of the women's 10km pursuit at the biathlon World cup in Osrblie, Slovakia December 20. Disl's fastest time of the 31:26.5 guaranteed her first place, ahead of the second Greiner-Petter-Memm, despite her three missed targets.

JAK/JDP 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRYI0P 
December 20, 1998 
Katrin Apel (L) of Germany is chased by Magdalena Forsberg from Sweeden (R) during the women's 10 km... 
Osrblie, Slovakia 
THIRD PLACED APEL LEADS FOURTH PLACED FORSBERG AT THE BIATHLON WORLD CUP IN OSRBLIE. 
Katrin Apel (L) of Germany is chased by Magdalena Forsberg from Sweeden (R) during the women's 10 km pursuit at the biathlon World cup in Osrblie, Slovakia December 20. Apel missed three targets and finished third ahead of the fourth placed Forsberg.

JAK/JDP 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRYGBC 
December 17, 1998 
Germany's Katrin Apel (L) takes over from her team mate Simone Greiner-Petter-Memm during the 4x7.5 km... 
Osrblie- Slovakia, Slovakia 
GERMANYS WOMEN TEAM WIN RELAY IN BIATHLON WORLD CUP. 
Germany's Katrin Apel (L) takes over from her team mate Simone Greiner-Petter-Memm during the 4x7.5 km women's relay in the Biathlon World cup in Osrblie December 17. The German team won the event in a time of 1:26:50.8.

JAK/SB 
SPORT BIATHLON
RTRYG9Q 
December 17, 1998 
(L-R) Simone Greiner-Petter-Memm, Katrin Apel, Martina Zellner and Uschi Disl of Germany celebrate their... 
Osrblie- Slovakia, Slovakia 
GERMANY'S WOMEN TEAM CELEBRATE RELAY WIN IN BIATHLON WORLD CUP. 
(L-R) Simone Greiner-Petter-Memm, Katrin Apel, Martina Zellner and Uschi Disl of Germany celebrate their win in the women's 4 by 7.5 kilometre relay competition in the World Cup biathlon in Osrblie, Slovakia December 17. Sharp shooting combined with the fastest time of 1 hour 26 minutes and 50.8 seconds contributed to the victory of the German team.

JAK/WS 
BIATHLON
RTXIJ8S 
February 19, 1998 
(LtoR) Germany's Ursula Disl, Petra Behle, Katrin Apel and Martina Zellner pose for a picture with their... 
(LtoR) Germany's Ursula Disl, Petra Behle, Katrin Apel and Martina Zellner pose for a picture with t..... 
(LtoR) Germany's Ursula Disl, Petra Behle, Katrin Apel and Martina Zellner pose for a picture with their Olympic medals during the award ceremony February 19. The German team won gold in Olympic biathlon women's 4x7,5 km relay, [while Russia took silver and Norway took bronze]. 
RTRBKO0 
February 19, 1998 
(LtoR) Germans Ursula Disl, Petra Behle, Katrin Apel and Martina Zellner pose for a picture with their... 
Japan 
GERMANY'S WOMEN'S BIATHLON NORDIC SKIING TEAM POSE WITH OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALS WON IN 4X7.5KM RELAY 
(LtoR) Germans Ursula Disl, Petra Behle, Katrin Apel and Martina Zellner pose for a picture with their Olympic medals during the award ceremony February 19. The German team won gold in Olympic biathlon women's 4x7,5 km relay, while Russia took silver and Norway took bronze.

OLYMPICS BIATHLON 
RTRBKG7 
February 19, 1998 
Germany's women's 4 X 17.5 Olympic biathlon gold medal relay team of (L-R) Ursula Disl, Petra Behle,... 
Japan 
GERMANY'S WOMEN 4 x 7.5KM OLYMPIC BIATHLON RELAY TEAM WAVE DUIRNG FLOWER CEREMONY 
Germany's women's 4 X 17.5 Olympic biathlon gold medal relay team of (L-R) Ursula Disl, Petra Behle, Katrin Apel, and Martina Zellner wave from the victory podium at the flower ceremony in Nozawa Onsen February 19.

OLYMPICS WOMEN'S BIATHLON RELAY 
RTRBK8T 
February 19, 1998 
A biathlon ski fan wears flags stuck to her face as she watches the start of the women's 4x7.5 km Olympic... 
Japan 
A BIATHLON SKI FAN WEARS FLAGS STUCK TO HER FACE AS WATCHES OLYMPIC BIATHLON RACE 
A biathlon ski fan wears flags stuck to her face as she watches the start of the women's 4x7.5 km Olympic biathlon women's relay February 19. The German team of Ursula Disl, Martina Zellner, Katrin Apel and Petra Behle won gold, the Russian team took silver and Norway the bronze.

OLYMPICS BIATHLON 
BIATHLON
RTXIJPP 
February 15, 1998 
Germany's Olympic biathlon medallists Ursula Disl (L) and compatriot Katrin Apel show off their medals... 
Germany's Olympic biathlon medallists Ursula Disl (L) and compatriot Katrin Apel show off their meda..... 
Germany's Olympic biathlon medallists Ursula Disl (L) and compatriot Katrin Apel show off their medals following the ceremony in Nagano February 15. Disl won the silver medal with Apel taking the bronze in the 7.5km biathlon spirnt race. [The gold was won by Galina Koukleva of Russia.] 
KOUKLEVA
RTXIJPL 
February 15, 1998 
Galina Koukleva of Russia shows her Olympics gold medal during the biathlon awarding ceremony in Nagano... 
Galina Koukleva of Russia shows her Olympics gold medal during the biathlon awarding ceremony in Nag..... 
Galina Koukleva of Russia shows her Olympics gold medal during the biathlon awarding ceremony in Nagano February 15. [Germany's Ursula Disl won the silver and her compatriot Katrin Apel took the bronze.] 
RTRBHVA 
February 15, 1998 
Galina Koukleva of Russia shows her gold medal during the awarding ceremony in Nagano February 15. Germany's... 
Japan 
GALINA KOUKLEVA OF RUSSIA SHOWS HER GOLD MEDAL DURING THE AWARDING CEREMONY 
Galina Koukleva of Russia shows her gold medal during the awarding ceremony in Nagano February 15. Germany's Ursula Disl won the silver and her compatriot Katrin Apel took the bronze.

OLYMPICS BIAT 
RTRBHSD 
February 15, 1998 
German Olympic biathlon medallists Ursula Disl (L) and compatriot Katrin Apel show off their medals following... 
Japan 
OLYMPIC BIATHLON MEDALLISTS URSULA DISL (L) AND KATRIN APEL CELEBRATE WITH THEIR MEDALS 
German Olympic biathlon medallists Ursula Disl (L) and compatriot Katrin Apel show off their medals following the ceremony in Nagano February 15. Disl won the silver medal with Apel taking the bronze in the 7.5km biathlon spirnt race. The gold was won by Galina Koukleva of Russia.

OLYMPICS SKI JUMPING 
RTRBGYQ 
February 14, 1998 
Katrin Apel of Germany aims at the shooting range during the Olympic woman`s 7.5km biathlon sprint competition... 
Japan 
KATRIN APEL OF GERMANY PREPARES TO SHOOT DURING THE WOMEN 7.5KM BIATHLON EVENT 
Katrin Apel of Germany aims at the shooting range during the Olympic woman`s 7.5km biathlon sprint competition February 15. Apel finished third and took the bronze medal.

OLYMPICS BIATHLON 
RTR154E 
January 12, 1997 
Kathi Schwaab (L), Petra Behle (2ndL), Uschi Disl (2ndR) and Katrin Apel pose for photographers after... 
Germany 
GERMANY'S WOMEN BIATHLON TEAM POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS 
Kathi Schwaab (L), Petra Behle (2ndL), Uschi Disl (2ndR) and Katrin Apel pose for photographers after they placed second at the women's Biathlon team World Cup over 7.5 km in Ruhpolding January 12. Russia won the race ahead of Germany and third place Ukraine.

GERMANY BIATHLON 
BIATHLON
RTXGZ44 
February 11, 1996 
The German women's Biathlon team (From l to r) Katrin Apel, Simone Petter-Greiner-Memm, Petra Behle and... 
The German women's Biathlon team (From l to r) Katrin Apel, Simone Petter-Greiner-Memm, Petra Behle ..... 
The German women's Biathlon team (From l to r) Katrin Apel, Simone Petter-Greiner-Memm, Petra Behle and Uschi Disl show their gold medals to photographers during the podium ceremony of the 4 x 7.5 kilometres women's relay at the Biathlon World Championships in Ruhpolding February 11 
BIATHLON
RTXGZ3H 
February 10, 1996 
Germany's womens biathlon team Uschi Disl (l), Katrin Apel (2nd from l), Simone Petter-Greiner-Memm (3rd... 
Germany's womens biathlon team Uschi Disl (l), Katrin Apel (2nd from l), Simone Petter-Greiner-Memm ..... 
Germany's womens biathlon team Uschi Disl (l), Katrin Apel (2nd from l), Simone Petter-Greiner-Memm (3rd from l) and Petra Behle celebrate their victory after winning the 4 x 7.5 km relay at the world biathlon championships in Ruhpolding February 10. Germany won the race ahead of team France and the Ukraine 
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