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SPORTS SNOWBOARDING
RTR188TN
October 09, 2005
Sweden's Simon Ax flies in the air with the skyline of Rotterdam as a backdrop during the Snowboard FIS...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Sweden's Ax flies in the air with the skyline of Rotterdam as a backdrop during the Snowboard FIS World...
Sweden's Simon Ax flies in the air with the skyline of Rotterdam as a backdrop during the Snowboard FIS World Cup 2006 Big-Air Competition in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, October 9, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
SPORT GOLF GERMANY
RTRZHGX
August 26, 2005
England's Simon Khan tees off at the fifth hole during the second round of the International Golf Open...
Munich, Germany
England's Simon Khan tees off at the fifth hole during the International Golf Open in Munich.
England's Simon Khan tees off at the fifth hole during the second round of the International Golf Open in Munich, August 26, 2005. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/CVI
GERMANY
RTR9W4I
May 02, 2005
Worker Simon Russwurm cleans the bottom of the swimming pool at the open air lido in Germering, about...
Munich, Germany
Worker Simon Russwurm cleans the bottom of the swimming pool at the open air lido in Germering.
Worker Simon Russwurm cleans the bottom of the swimming pool at the open air lido in Germering, about 15 kilometres west of Munich, May 2, 2005. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/AA
GERMANY
RTR9W49
May 02, 2005
Worker Simon Russwurm cleans the bottom of the swimming pool at the open air lido in Germering, about...
Munich, Germany
Worker Simon Russwurm cleans the bottom of the swimming pool at the open air lido in Germering.
Worker Simon Russwurm cleans the bottom of the swimming pool at the open air lido in Germering, about 15 kilometres west of Munich, May 2, 2005. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/AA
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 SNOWBOARDING MURAU
RTR11HL7
January 17, 2003
AX FROM SWEDEN PERFORMS A JUMP DURING BIG AIR TRAINING SESSION AT SNOWBOARD
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.

Simon...
Murau, Austria
AX FROM SWEDEN PERFORMS A JUMP DURING BIG AIR TRAINING SESSION AT
SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT ......
AX FROM SWEDEN PERFORMS A JUMP DURING BIG AIR TRAINING SESSION AT SNOWBOARD
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.

Simon Ax from Sweden performs a jump during a Big Air training session at
the Snowboard World Championships at the Kreischberg mountain near the
Austrian resort of Murau January 17, 2003. The Big Air final will take place
on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler Pictures of the Year 2003
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11EKR
January 14, 2003
France's Mathieu Bozzetto takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom race
at the Snowboard World Championships...
Murau, Austria
FRANCE'S BOZZETTO TAKES A CURVE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT
KREISCHBERG.
France's Mathieu Bozzetto takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom race
at the Snowboard World Championships at the Kreischberg mountain near
the Austrian resort of Murau on January 14, 2003. Austria's Siegfried
Grabner won the race, Bozzetto came in second and Simon Schoch from
Switzerland finished third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/AH
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11EKH
January 14, 2003
Austria's Siegfried Grabner waves in front of a Austrian fan after he
won the first heat of the Parallel...
Murau, Austria
AUSTRIA'S GRABNER WAVES AFTER HIS VICTORY AT SNOWBOARD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.
Austria's Siegfried Grabner waves in front of a Austrian fan after he
won the first heat of the Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World
Championships at the Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of
Murau on January 14, 2003. Grabner won the race, France's Mathieu
Bozzetto came in second and Simon Schoch from Switzerland finished
third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/AH
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11EKC
January 14, 2003
Austria's Siegfried Grabner takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom
race at the Snowboard World Championships...
Murau, Austria
AUSTRIAS GRABNER TAKES A CURVE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT
KREISCHBERG.
Austria's Siegfried Grabner takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom
race at the Snowboard World Championships at the Kreischberg mountain
near the Austrian resort of Murau January 14, 2003. Grabner won the
race, France's Mathieu Bozzetto came in second and Simon Schoch from
Switzerland finished third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/WS
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11EJO
January 14, 2003
Austria's Siegfried Grabner bites his gold medal after winning the
Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard...
Murau, Austria
AUSTRIA'S GRABNER BITES HIS GOLD MEDAL AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
AT KREISCHBERG.
Austria's Siegfried Grabner bites his gold medal after winning the
Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World Championships at the
Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January 14,
2003. Grabner won the race, France's Mathieu Bozzetto came in second
and Simon Schoch from Switzerland finished third. REUTERS/Alexandra
Winkler

AX/
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11EJJ
January 14, 2003
Austria's Siegfried Grabner celebrates his victory of the Parallel
Slalom race at the Snowboard World...
Murau, Austria
AUSTRIA'S GRABNER CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY AT SNOWBOARD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.
Austria's Siegfried Grabner celebrates his victory of the Parallel
Slalom race at the Snowboard World Championships at the Kreischberg
mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January 14, 2003. Grabner
won the race, France's Mathieu Bozzetto came in second and Simon Schoch
from Switzerland finished third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/GB
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11ED8
January 14, 2003
Simon Schoch from Switzerland takes a curve during his qualification
run of the Parallel Slalom race...
Murau, Austria
SIMON SCHOCH FROM SWITZERLAND TAKES A CURVE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.
Simon Schoch from Switzerland takes a curve during his qualification
run of the Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World Championships at
the Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau on January
14, 2003. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/AH
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11CM7
January 12, 2003
Simon Schoch from Switzerland bites his silver medal in the Parallel
Giant Slalom at the Snowboard World...
Murau, Austria
SCHOCH FROM SWITZERLAND BITES HIS SILVER MEDAL AT SNOWBOARD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.
Simon Schoch from Switzerland bites his silver medal in the Parallel
Giant Slalom at the Snowboard World Championships at the Kreischberg
mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January 12, 2003. Slovenia's
Dejan Kosir won the race, Schoch came in second and France's Nicolas
Huet finished third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11CLF
January 12, 2003
Nicolas Huet from France celebrates after winning the bronze medal at
the Parallel Giant Slalom finals...
Murau, Austria
HUET OF FRANCE CELEBRATES AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT
KREISCHBERG.
Nicolas Huet from France celebrates after winning the bronze medal at
the Parallel Giant Slalom finals at the Snowboard World Championships
at the Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January
12, 2003. Slovenia's Dejan Kosir won the race, Switzerland's Simon
Schoch came in second and Huet finished third. REUTERS/Alexandra
Winkler

AX/
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11CL3
January 12, 2003
Dejan Kosir from Slovenia bites into his gold medal after the victory
ceremony of the Parallel Giant...
Murau, Austria
KOSIR FROM SLOVENIA BITES INTO HIS GOLD MEDAL AT SNOWBOARD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.
Dejan Kosir from Slovenia bites into his gold medal after the victory
ceremony of the Parallel Giant Slalom race at the Snowboard World
Championships, at the Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of
Murau January 12, 2003. Kosir won the race, Switzerland's Simon Schoch
came in second and France's Nicolas Huet finished third.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/CRB
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11CG6
January 12, 2003
Switzerland's Simon Schoch takes a curve during the qualification run
of the Parallel Giant Slalom race...
Murau, Austria
SWITZERLAND'S SIMON SCHOCH TAKES A CURVE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.
Switzerland's Simon Schoch takes a curve during the qualification run
of the Parallel Giant Slalom race at the Snowboard World Championships
at the Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January
12, 2003. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/WS
GERMANY
RTRDZB0
November 17, 2002
Cantor Simon Zkorenblut stands behind a German army soldier as he sings
a prayer next to a memorial...
Berlin, Germany
CANTOR ZKORENBLUT SINGS A PRAYER AT MEMORIAL FOR JEWISH GERMAN WORLD
WAR ONE SOLDIERS IN BERLIN.
Cantor Simon Zkorenblut stands behind a German army soldier as he sings
a prayer next to a memorial for Jewish German World War One soldiers
killed in action, during a wreath laying ceremony at the Jewish cemetry
in Berlin November 17, 2002. The wreath laying ceremony is part of a
tribute to the victims of the world wars and Nazi tyranny Germany
remembers this Sunday. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/AA
SPORTS SNOWBOARDING
RTRTIF0
March 01, 2002
Slovenia's alpine rider Dejan Kosir takes a curve during the Parallel
Giant Slalom race of the Snowboard...
Makomanai, Japan
SLOVENIAS KOSIR TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM RACE OF
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN MAKOMANAI....
Slovenia's alpine rider Dejan Kosir takes a curve during the Parallel
Giant Slalom race of the Snowboard Worldcup in Makomanai March 1, 2002.
France's Mathieu Bozzetto won the race, Italy's Simone Salvati placed
second and Kosir came in third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

AX
SPORTS SNOWBOARDING
RTRTIEU
March 01, 2002
Italy's alpine rider Simone Salvati takes a curve during the Parallel
Giant Slalom race of the Snowboard...
Makomanai, Japan
ITALYS SALVATI TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM RACE AT
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN MAKOMANAI.
Italy's alpine rider Simone Salvati takes a curve during the Parallel
Giant Slalom race of the Snowboard Worldcup in Makomanai March 1, 2002.
France's Mathieu Bozzetto won the race, Salvati placed second and
Slovenia's Dejan Kosir came in third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/CLH/
SPORTS SNOWBOARDING
RTRTIEO
March 01, 2002
France's Mathieu Bozzetto takes a curve during the Parallel Giant
Slalom race at the Snowboard Worldcup...
Makomanai, Japan
FRENCH BOZZETTO TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM RACE AT
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN MAKOMANAI....
France's Mathieu Bozzetto takes a curve during the Parallel Giant
Slalom race at the Snowboard Worldcup in Makomanai March 1, 2002.
Bozzetto won the race, Simone Salvati from Italy placed second and
Slovenia's Dejan Kosir came in third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/CLH/
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR14YU3
December 10, 2001
Italy's Simone Salvati takes a curve during the final Parallel Giant
Slalom race at the Snowboard World...
Whistler, Canada
ITALYS SALVATI TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM RACE AT
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN WHISTLER.
Italy's Simone Salvati takes a curve during the final Parallel Giant
Slalom race at the Snowboard World Cup in Whistler December 10, 2001.
Salvati placed fourth in today's race. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX
SPORT MOTORCYCLING
RTR14CV7
July 22, 2001
Italy's 125cc Motorcycle rider Simone Sanna celebrates after he won the
German Motorcycling Grand Prix...
Hohenstein Ernstthal, Germany
SIMONE SANNA FROM ITALY CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING 125CC RACE AT THE
MOTORCYCLING GRAND PRIX IN HOHENSTEIN....
Italy's 125cc Motorcycle rider Simone Sanna celebrates after he won the
German Motorcycling Grand Prix in Hohenstein-Ernstthal, July 22, 2001.

AX/
SPORT MOTORCYCLING
RTR14CUA
July 22, 2001
Italy's 125cc Motorcycle rider Simone Sanna speeds in front of Spain's
Toni Elias, Italy's Max Sabbatani...
Hohenstein Ernstthal, Germany
SIMONE SANNA FROM ITALY DRIVES DURING 125CC RACE AT MOTORCYCLING GRAND
PRIX IN HOHENSTEIN.
Italy's 125cc Motorcycle rider Simone Sanna speeds in front of Spain's
Toni Elias, Italy's Max Sabbatani and Manuel Poggiali from the Republic
of San Marino (L-R) during the German Motorcycling Grand Prix in
Hohenstein-Ernstthal, July 22, 2001.

AX/
SIMON
RTXKN8V
July 20, 2001
Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France crosses the finish line of the 188km twelfth stage...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France crosses the finish line of the 188km twelfth sta.....
Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France crosses the finish line of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. [Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage. Simon retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.]
ULLRICH
RTXKN8J
July 20, 2001
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the finish line of the 188km twelfth...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the finish line of the 188km twe.....
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the finish line of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. [Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage and Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as overall leader in the race.]
ULLRICH
RTXKN8I
July 20, 2001
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the finish line of the 188km twelfth...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the finish line of the 188km twe.....
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the finish line of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. [Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage as Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.]
GARDENAS
RTXKN8H
July 20, 2001
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia celebrates his victory on the podium...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia celebrates his victory on the podiu.....
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia celebrates his victory on the podium in the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. [Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.]
GARDENAS
RTXKN8G
July 20, 2001
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia raises his arms as he crosses the finish...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia raises his arms as he crosses the f.....
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to win the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. [Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.]
GARDENAS
RTXKN8F
July 20, 2001
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia stands up on his bike seconds before...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia stands up on his bike seconds befor.....
Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia stands up on his bike seconds before crossing the finish line to win the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. [Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.]
SIMON
RTXKN87
July 20, 2001
Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France at the start of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour...
Perpignan, France
Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France at the start of the 188km twelfth stage of the T.....
Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France at the start of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Simon holds the yellow jersey of leader in the overall standing.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CFT
July 20, 2001
BONJOUR CYCLING TEAM RIDER FRANCOIS SIMON OF FRANCE IN THE TWELFTH
STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
BONJOUR CYCLING TEAM RIDER FRANCOIS SIMON OF FRANCE IN THE TWELFTH
STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE ...
BONJOUR CYCLING TEAM RIDER FRANCOIS SIMON OF FRANCE IN THE TWELFTH
STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France crosses the finish
line of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from
Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Kelme-Costa
Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage. Simon retained
his yellow jersey as overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CFJ
July 20, 2001
FESTINA CYCLING TEAM RIDER CHRISTOPHE MOREAU OF FRANCE WITHDRAW IN THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
FESTINA CYCLING TEAM RIDER CHRISTOPHE MOREAU OF FRANCE WITHDRAW IN THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE...
FESTINA CYCLING TEAM RIDER CHRISTOPHE MOREAU OF FRANCE WITHDRAW IN THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Festina cycling team rider Christophe Moreau of France walks away from
his bicycle as he withdraws during the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour
de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees
July 20, 2001. Moreau was placed 6th in the standings. Kelme-Costa
Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage. Bonjour rider
Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey of overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CFD
July 20, 2001
RABOBANK CYCLING TEAM RIDER BRAM DE GROOT OF THE NETHERLANDS LIES
INJURED IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
RABOBANK CYCLING TEAM RIDER BRAM DE GROOT OF THE NETHERLANDS LIES
INJURED IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF ......
RABOBANK CYCLING TEAM RIDER BRAM DE GROOT OF THE NETHERLANDS LIES
INJURED IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Blood runs down the face of Raboband cycling team rider Bram De Groot
of the Netherlands as emergency services administer first aid treatment
after he fell in the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling
race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001.
Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage.
Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey of
overall leader. De Groot's condition was not immediately known.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CEZ
July 20, 2001
RABOBANK CYCLING TEAM RIDER BRAM DE GROOT OF THE NETHERLANDS IS INJURED
IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
RABOBANK CYCLING TEAM RIDER BRAM DE GROOT OF THE NETHERLANDS IS INJURED
IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE...
RABOBANK CYCLING TEAM RIDER BRAM DE GROOT OF THE NETHERLANDS IS INJURED
IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Raboband cycling team rider Bram De Groot of the Netherlands lies on
the ground as he receives first aid treatment after falling in the
188km twelfth stage of theTour de France cycling race from Perpignan to
Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Kelme-Costa Blanca rider
Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage, while Bonjour rider Francois
Simon of France retained his yellow jersey of overall leader. De Groots
condition was not immediately known.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CEW
July 20, 2001
FESTINA CYCLING TEAM RIDER MOREAU OF FRANCE ABANDONS IN THE TWELFTH
STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
FESTINA CYCLING TEAM RIDER MOREAU OF FRANCE ABANDONS IN THE TWELFTH
STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE ...
FESTINA CYCLING TEAM RIDER MOREAU OF FRANCE ABANDONS IN THE TWELFTH
STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Festina cycling team rider Christophe Moreau of France (C) withdraws
during the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from
Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Moreau was
6th placed in the standings. Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of
Colombia won the stage. Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained
his yellow jersey of overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CEV
July 20, 2001
US POSTAL SERVICE TEAM LEADER ARMSTRONG AND DEUTSCHE TELEKOM RIDER
ULLRICH OF GERMANY IN THE TWELFTH...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
US POSTAL SERVICE TEAM LEADER ARMSTRONG AND DEUTSCHE TELEKOM RIDER
ULLRICH OF GERMANY IN THE TWELFTH...
US POSTAL SERVICE TEAM LEADER ARMSTRONG AND DEUTSCHE TELEKOM RIDER
ULLRICH OF GERMANY IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING
RACE.


US Postal Service team leader Lance Armstrong (L) of the USA glances
over at Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich (R) of Germany
as they climb up the last portion of the 188km twelfth stage of the
Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the
Pyrenees July 20, 2001. At centre is Mapei-Quick step rider Stefano
Garzelli of Italy. Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia
won the stage. Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his
yellow jersey as overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CEU
July 20, 2001
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the
finish line of the 188km twelfth...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
DEUTSCHE TELEKOM RIDER JAN ULLRICH OF GERMANY IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF
THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE....
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the
finish line of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling
race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001.
Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage and
Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as
overall leader in the race.

CP/CRB
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CET
July 20, 2001
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the
finish line of the 188km twelfth...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
DEUTSCHE TELEKOM RIDER JAN ULLRICH OF GERMANY IN THE TWELFTH STAGE OF
THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE....
Deutsche Telekom cycling team leader Jan Ullrich of Germany crosses the
finish line of the 188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling
race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001.
Kelme-Costa Blanca rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia won the stage as
Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as
overall leader.

CP/CRB
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CES
July 20, 2001
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA ON
PODIUM AFTER WINNING THE TWELFTH...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA ON
PODIUM AFTER WINNING THE TWELFTH...
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA ON
PODIUM AFTER WINNING THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING
RACE.


Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia
celebrates his victory on the podium in the 188km twelfth stage of the
Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in the
Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France retained
his yellow jersey as overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CEO
July 20, 2001
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS
THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS
THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS
THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia raises
a clenched fist as he celebrates his victory on the podium in the 188km
twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to
Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Bonjour rider Francois
Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CEJ
July 20, 2001
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE ......
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia stands
up on his bike seconds before crossing the finish line to win the 188km
twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to
Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Bonjour rider Francois
Simon of France retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CEI
July 20, 2001
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS
THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Ax-Les-Thermes, France
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS
THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
KELME COSTA BLANCA CYCLING TEAM RIDER FELIX GARDENAS OF COLOMBIA WINS
THE TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Kelme-Costa Blanca cycling team rider Felix Gardenas of Colombia raises
his arms as he crosses the finish line to win the 188km twelfth stage
of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan to Ax-les-Thermes in
the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Bonjour rider Francois Simon of France
retained his yellow jersey as overall leader.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR14CCI
July 20, 2001
BONJOUR CYCLING TEAM RIDER FRANCOIS SIMON OF FRANCE AT THE START OF THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE...
Perpignan, France
BONJOUR CYCLING TEAM RIDER FRANCOIS SIMON OF FRANCE AT THE START OF THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE...
BONJOUR CYCLING TEAM RIDER FRANCOIS SIMON OF FRANCE AT THE START OF THE
TWELFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Bonjour cycling team rider Francois Simon of France at the start of the
188km twelfth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Perpignan
to Ax-les-Thermes in the Pyrenees July 20, 2001. Simon holds the yellow
jersey of leader in the overall standing.
SPORT SOCCER
RTR13NT1
March 31, 2001
Goalkeeper Simon Jentsch of Munich 1860 tries to catch the ball right before the third goal from Hertha...
Berlin, Germany
GOALKEEPER JENTSCH OF MUNICH 1860 TRIES IN VAIN TO KEEP THE BALL OUT OF THE NET AGAINST HERTHA BERLIN....
Goalkeeper Simon Jentsch of Munich 1860 tries to catch the ball right before the third goal from Hertha Berlin SC during a German first league soccer match in Berlin March 31, 2001. Hertha Berlin won the match 3-0.

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