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NBA/
RTX5LNB
May 12, 2008
San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (R) looks to shoot against New Orleans Hornets forward Hilton Armstrong...
San Antonio, UNITED STATES
Spurs forward Tim Duncan looks to shoot against Hornets forward Hilton Armstrong in San Antonio
San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (R) looks to shoot against New Orleans Hornets forward Hilton Armstrong during the second half of Game 4 of their Western Conference semi-final NBA basketball playoff series in San Antonio, Texas, May 11, 2008. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
NBA/
RTR1KF8Q
December 15, 2006
San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan (21) is double teamed by New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets Hilton...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
San Antonio Spurs center Duncan is double teamed by New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets in New Orleans
San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan (21) is double teamed by New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets Hilton Armstrong (12) and Rasual Butler (45) in the fourth quarter during their NBA basketball game in New Orleans December 14, 2006. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES)
AUSTRALIA
RTRWOV9
June 22, 2005
Former Olympic gold medallist Duncan Armstrong holds aloft a Queen's baton atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge...
Sydney, Australia
Former Olympic gold medallist Duncan Armstrong holds aloft Queen's baton atop Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Former Olympic gold medallist Duncan Armstrong holds aloft a Queen's baton atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge June 22, 2005. Armstrong climbed the bridge as part of a community recruitment drive calling for members of the public to participate in the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay, the world's longest, most inclusive relay, travelling more than 180,000 km (111,847 miles) and visiting all 71 nations of the Commonwealth in a year and a day. MDIAT REUTERS/David Gray DG/TZ
AUSTRALIA
RTRWOV4
June 22, 2005
Former Olympic gold medallist Duncan Armstrong holds aloft a Queen's baton atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge...
Sydney, Australia
Former Olympic gold medallist Duncan Armstrong holds aloft Queen's baton atop Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Former Olympic gold medallist Duncan Armstrong holds aloft a Queen's baton atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge June 22, 2005. Armstrong climbed the bridge as part of a community recruitment drive calling for members of the public to participate in the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay, the world's longest, most inclusive relay, travelling more than 180,000 km (111, 847 miles) and visiting all 71 nations of the Commonwealth in a year and a day. REUTERS/David Gray DG/TZ
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