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OLYMPICS-2024/PARIS
RTX360VE
May 16, 2017
(L-R) French athletes Eunice Barber, Mehdi Baala, Leslie Djhone, Marie-Amelie Le Fur, Muriel Hurtis ,...
Saint-Denis, France
French athletes pose during the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission visit at...
(L-R) French athletes Eunice Barber, Mehdi Baala, Leslie Djhone, Marie-Amelie Le Fur, Muriel Hurtis , Christine Arron and Alain Bernard pose during the International Olympic Committee IOC Evaluation Commission visit at the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis, near Paris, France, May 15, 2017. The IOC Evaluation Commission makes a three-day visit to Paris as part of the process to decide which city will host the 2024 Olympic Games. Picture taken May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
ATHLETICS-DIAMOND/PARIS
RTR2GH2O
July 16, 2010
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's long jump final at the IAAF Diamond League athletics...
Paris, France
Barber of France competes in the women's long jump final at the IAAF Diamond League athletics meeting...
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's long jump final at the IAAF Diamond League athletics meeting at the Stade de France Stadium in Saint-Denis, near Paris July 16, 2010. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
FRANCE/
RTR1W89X
January 24, 2008
France's heptathlon champion Eunice Barber leaves the Elysee Palace in Paris, January 18, 2008. REUTERS/Charles...
Paris, France
France's heptathlon champion Eunice Barber leaves the Elysee Palace in Paris
France's heptathlon champion Eunice Barber leaves the Elysee Palace in Paris, January 18, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTR1T4Q3
August 27, 2007
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's long jump heats at the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championship...
Osaka, Japan
Barber of France competes in the women's long jump heats at the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championship...
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's long jump heats at the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championship in Osaka August 27, 2007. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (JAPAN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO BARBER
RTR1G6DT
August 07, 2006
France's Eunice Barber reacts after failing to clear the bar in the high jump event of the women's heptathlon...
Gothenburg, Sweden
France's Barber reacts after failing to clear the bar in the high jump event of the women's heptathlon...
France's Eunice Barber reacts after failing to clear the bar in the high jump event of the women's heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. Barber was forced to withdraw by a thigh injury while leading the event on Monday, a French team source said. REUTERS/Yves Herman (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO BARBER
RTR1G6D0
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France reacts while competing in the heptathlon at the European athletics championships...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France reacts while competing in the heptathlon at the European athletics championships in...
Eunice Barber of France reacts while competing in the heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. Barber was forced to withdraw by a thigh injury on Monday while leading the event, a French team source said. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EUROPEAN BARBER
RTR1G6CN
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France looks on at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg, August 7, 2006....
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France looks on at European athletics championships in Gothenburg
Eunice Barber of France looks on at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg, August 7, 2006. Barber was forced by a thigh injury to withdraw from the heptathlon at the European athletics championships on Monday while leading the event, a French team source said. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EUROPEAN BARBER
RTR1G6CK
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France looks on at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg, August 7, 2006....
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France looks on at European athletics championships in Gothenburg
Eunice Barber of France looks on at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg, August 7, 2006. Barber was forced by a thigh injury to withdraw from the heptathlon at the European athletics championships on Monday while leading the event, a French team source said. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EUROPEAN BARBER
RTR1G6CD
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France (L) and Britain's Jessica Ennis look on after the 100m hurdles event in the women's...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France and Ennis of Britain look on after 100m hurdles event of women's heptathlon at European...
Eunice Barber of France (L) and Britain's Jessica Ennis look on after the 100m hurdles event in the women's heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg, August 7, 2006. Barber was forced by a thigh injury to withdraw from the heptathlon at the European athletics championships on Monday while leading the event, a French team source said. REUTERS/Phil Noble (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EUROPEAN BARBER
RTR1G6C8
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France carries her equipment at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg,...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Eunice Barber of France carries her equipment at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg
Eunice Barber of France carries her equipment at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg, August 7, 2006. Barber was forced by a thigh injury to withdraw from the heptathlon at the European athletics championships on Monday while leading the event, a French team source said. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EUROPEAN BARBER
RTR1G6C5
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar in the high jump event in the women's heptathlon...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France reacts after clearing high jump of women's heptathlon at European athletics championships...
Eunice Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar in the high jump event in the women's heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg, August 7, 2006. Barber was forced by a thigh injury to withdraw from the heptathlon at the European athletics championships on Monday while leading the event, a French team source said. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G661
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France reacts after failing to clear the bar in the high jump event of the women's heptathlon...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France reacts after failing to clear the bar in the high jump event of the women's heptathlon...
Eunice Barber of France reacts after failing to clear the bar in the high jump event of the women's heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Yves Herman (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G65G
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar in the high jump event during the women's heptathlon...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar in the high jump event during the women's heptathlon at...
Eunice Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar in the high jump event during the women's heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G63C
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France clears the bar in the high jump event during the women's heptathlon at the European...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France clears the bar in the high jump event during the women's heptathlon at the European...
Eunice Barber of France clears the bar in the high jump event during the women's heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G62V
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France rests between competitions at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Eunice Barber of France rests between competitions at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg...
Eunice Barber of France rests between competitions at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G61R
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France (foreground) and Sweden's Carolina Kluft rest between competitions at the European...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France and Sweden's Kluft rest between competitions at the European athletics championships...
Eunice Barber of France (foreground) and Sweden's Carolina Kluft rest between competitions at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Phil Noble (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G60S
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber from France wins the 100 m hurdles during the women's heptathlon at the European athletics...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Eunice Barber from France wins the 100 m hurdles during the women's heptathlon at the European athletics...
Eunice Barber from France wins the 100 m hurdles during the women's heptathlon at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Phil Noble (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G606
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France (R) walks past Sweden's Carolina Kluft after competing the women's heptathlon...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France walks past Sweden's Kluft at European athletics championships in Gothenburg
Eunice Barber of France (R) walks past Sweden's Carolina Kluft after competing the women's heptathlon 100m hurdles heats at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Yves Herman (SWEDEN)
SPORT ATHLETICS EURO
RTR1G5ZT
August 07, 2006
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's heptathlon 100m hurdles heats at the European athletics...
Gothenburg, Sweden
Barber of France competes in the women's heptathlon 100 m hurdles heats at the European athletics championships...
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's heptathlon 100m hurdles heats at the European athletics championships in Gothenburg August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Phil Noble (SWEDEN)
BARBER
RTXNREK
September 09, 2005
Eunice Barber of France in action during the long jump of the IAAF world athletics final in Monaco September...
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Eunice Barber of France in action during the long jump of the IAAF world athletics final in Monaco S.....
Eunice Barber of France in action during the long jump of the IAAF world athletics final in Monaco September 9, 2005.
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10DXR
September 09, 2005
Eunice Barber of France in action during the long jump of the IAAF world athletics final in Monaco September...
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Barber of France in action during the long jump of the IAAF world athletics final in Monaco.
Eunice Barber of France in action during the long jump of the IAAF world athletics final in Monaco September 9, 2005. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard EG
BARBER
RTXNQ95
August 22, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG05- Eunice Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar during the high jump event...
Helsinki, Finland
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG05- Eunice Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar during the high jump eve.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG05- Eunice Barber of France reacts after clearing the bar during the high jump event in the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 6, 2005.
BARBER
RTXNPDL
August 10, 2005
Eunice Barber of France reacts during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Eunice Barber of France reacts during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championshi.....
Eunice Barber of France reacts during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. [Teenager Tianna Madison of the U.S., 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and defending champion Barber third].
MADISON
RTXNPDK
August 10, 2005
Tianna Madison of the U.S. competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Tianna Madison of the U.S. competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics champi.....
Tianna Madison of the U.S. competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Madison won the gold medal with a jump of 6.89 metres, [ahead of Tatyana Kotova of Russia who took silver and Eunice Barber of France who won bronze].
ATHLETICS
RTXNPDH
August 10, 2005
Gold medallist Tianna Madison (C) of the U.S., silver medallist Tatyana Kotova (L) of Russia and bronze...
Helsinki, Finland
Gold medallist Tianna Madison (C) of the U.S., silver medallist Tatyana Kotova (L) of Russia and bro.....
Gold medallist Tianna Madison (C) of the U.S., silver medallist Tatyana Kotova (L) of Russia and bronze medallist Eunice Barber of France (R) pose during the medal ceremony for the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005.
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRVP
August 10, 2005
Gold medallist Madison, silver medallist Kotova and bronze medallist Barber pose during medal ceremony...
Helsinki, Finland
Gold medallist Madison, silver medallist Kotova and bronze medallist Barber pose during medal ...
Gold medallist Madison, silver medallist Kotova and bronze medallist Barber pose during medal ceremony for women's long jump in Helsinki. Gold medallist Tianna Madison (C) of the U.S., silver medallist Tatyana Kotova (L) of Russia and bronze medallist Eunice Barber of France (R) pose during the medal ceremony for the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRNU
August 10, 2005
Eunice Barber of France competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber of France competes during long jump final at world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Eunice Barber of France competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Teenager Tianna Madison of the U.S., 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and defending champion Barber third. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRN2
August 10, 2005
Tianna Madison of the U.S. competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Madison of US competes during women's long jump final at world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Tianna Madison of the U.S. competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Madison won the gold medal with a jump of 6.89 metres, ahead of Tatyana Kotova of Russia who took silver and Eunice Barber of France who won bronze. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach AA/KS
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRMX
August 10, 2005
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Madison of US celebrates after winning women's long jump at world athletics championships, Helsinki.
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Teenager Madison, 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and France's defending champion Eunice Barber third. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach GB/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRM3
August 10, 2005
Eunice Barber of France reacts during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber of France reacts during women's long jump final at world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Eunice Barber of France reacts during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Teenager Tianna Madison of the U.S., 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and defending champion Barber third. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRL2
August 10, 2005
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates with her national flag after winning the women's long jump at the...
Helsinki, Finland
Madison of US celebrates after winning women's long jump at world athletics championships, Helsinki.
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates with her national flag after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Teenager Madison, 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and France's defending champion Eunice Barber third. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi GB/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRKY
August 10, 2005
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Madison of US wins women's long jump at world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Teenager Madison, 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and France's defending champion Eunice Barber third. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez GB/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRKP
August 10, 2005
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates with her national flag after winning the women's long jump at the...
Helsinki, Finland
Madison of US wins women's long jump at world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates with her national flag after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Teenager Madison, 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and France's defending champion Eunice Barber third. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach GB/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRKH
August 10, 2005
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Madison of US wins women's long jump at world athletics championships, Helsinki.
Tianna Madison of the U.S. celebrates after winning the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. Teenager Madison, 19, won with a personal best of 6.89 metres. Tatyana Kotova of Russia was second with 6.79 metres and France's defending champion Eunice Barber third. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez GB/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRKC
August 10, 2005
Eunice Barber of France waves to the crowd after the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber of France waves after women's long jump final at world athletics championship, Helsinki.
Eunice Barber of France waves to the crowd after the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRK7
August 10, 2005
Eunice Barber of France reacts during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber of France reacts during women's long jump final at world athletics championships, Helsinki.
Eunice Barber of France reacts during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRIC
August 10, 2005
Eunice Barber of France prepares to make a jump during the women's long jump final at the world athletics...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber of France prepares for women's long jump final at world athletics championships, Helsinki.
Eunice Barber of France prepares to make a jump during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYRGT
August 10, 2005
Eunice Barber of France competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber of France competes during women's long jump final at world athletics championships in Helsinki....
Eunice Barber of France competes during the women's long jump final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 10, 2005. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich AA/KS
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYP98
August 09, 2005
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber of France competes in women's long jump at world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Eunice Barber of France competes in the women's long jump at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 9, 2005. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich AA/SA
ATHLETICS
RTXNOT4
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft (C) of Sweden, Eunice Barber of France (L) and Margaret Simpson of Ghana display their...
Helsinki, Finland
Carolina Kluft (C) of Sweden, Eunice Barber of France (L) and Margaret Simpson of Ghana display thei.....
Carolina Kluft (C) of Sweden, Eunice Barber of France (L) and Margaret Simpson of Ghana display their medals while on the winners' podium after the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, Finland August 7, 2005. [Kluft took the gold medal, Barber took the silver and Simpson the bronze.]
ATHLETICS
RTXNOSK
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden (L) and Eunice Barber of France hug after completing the 800 metres event of...
Helsinki, Finland
Carolina Kluft of Sweden (L) and Eunice Barber of France hug after completing the 800 metres event o.....
Carolina Kluft of Sweden (L) and Eunice Barber of France hug after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with Barber.
BARBER
RTXNOOA
August 07, 2005
Eunice Barber of France concentrates during the women's heptathlon long jump event at the world athletics...
Helsinki, Finland
Eunice Barber of France concentrates during the women's heptathlon long jump event at the world athl.....
Eunice Barber of France concentrates during the women's heptathlon long jump event at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005.
BARBER
RTXNONZ
August 07, 2005
Eunice Barber of France cleans her toes during the women's heptathlon long jump event at the world athletics...
Helsinki, Finland
Eunice Barber of France cleans her toes during the women's heptathlon long jump event at the world a.....
Eunice Barber of France cleans her toes during the women's heptathlon long jump event at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005.
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD HEPTATHLON
RTRYN5O
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden displays her gold medal while standing on the winners podium after the women's...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft of Sweden displays her gold medal at the world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Carolina Kluft of Sweden displays her gold medal while standing on the winners podium after the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, Finland August 7, 2005. Kluft overcame injury and a dogged opponent to retain her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. The 22-year-old Swede held an 18-point advantage going into the 800 metres, the seventh and final event, and proved too strong over the two laps to secure a second world gold. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich AA/JJ
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYN53
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft (C) of Sweden, Eunice Barber (L) of France and Margaret Simpson of Ghana display their...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft of Sweden, Barber of France and Simpson of Ghana display their medals in Helsinki.
Carolina Kluft (C) of Sweden, Eunice Barber (L) of France and Margaret Simpson of Ghana display their medals while standing on the winners' podium after the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, Finland August 7, 2005. Kluft took the gold medal, Barber took the silver and Simpson the bronze. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich AA/JJ
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYN4Z
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft (C) of Sweden, Eunice Barber of France (L) and Margaret Simpson of Ghana display their...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft of Sweden, Barber of France and Simpson of Ghana display their medals in Helsinki.
Carolina Kluft (C) of Sweden, Eunice Barber of France (L) and Margaret Simpson of Ghana display their medals while on the winners' podium after the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, Finland August 7, 2005. Kluft took the gold medal, Barber took the silver and Simpson the bronze. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich AA/JJ
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYN1A
August 07, 2005
Sotherton of Britain congratulates Kluft of Sweden after the 800 metres race in the women's heptathlon...
Helsinki, Finland
Sotherton of Britain congratulates Kluft of Sweden after the 800 metres race in the women's ...
Sotherton of Britain congratulates Kluft of Sweden after the 800 metres race in the women's heptathlon in Helsinki. Kelly Sotherton (L) of Britain congratulates Carolina Kluft of Sweden after the 800 metres race in the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, Finland August 7, 2005. Kluft took the gold medal, Eunice Barber of France took the silver medal and Margaret Simpson of Ghana took the bronze. Sotherton finished in fifth place. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYN13
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden celebrates after winning the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft celebrates after winning women's heptathlon at world athletics championships in Helsinki.
Carolina Kluft of Sweden celebrates after winning the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with Eunice Barber of France. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Carlos Barria AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYN0O
August 07, 2005
Eunice Barber of France celebrates after placing second in the women's heptathlon at the world athletics...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber celebrates after placing second in women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
Eunice Barber of France celebrates after placing second in the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Carolina Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach PP05080095 AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYMZE
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden celebrates after winning the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft celebrates after winning women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki.
Carolina Kluft of Sweden celebrates after winning the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn PP05080095 AA/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYMZ5
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden gestures towards photographers after crossing the finish line in the 800 metres...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft of Sweden celebrates winning women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki....
Carolina Kluft of Sweden gestures towards photographers after crossing the finish line in the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. REUTERS/Charles Platiau PH/FA
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYMZ0
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden reacts as Eunice Barber of France (background) looks on after the 800 metres...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft reacts after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
Carolina Kluft of Sweden reacts as Eunice Barber of France (background) looks on after the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn CN/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYMYR
August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden (front) reacts after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft reacts after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
Carolina Kluft of Sweden (front) reacts after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez CN/mk
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRYMYL
August 07, 2005
Eunice Barber of France reacts after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber reacts after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
Eunice Barber of France reacts after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Carolina Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Charles Platiau CN/mk
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August 07, 2005
Carolina Kluft of Sweden celebrates after winning the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft celebrates after winning women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki.
Carolina Kluft of Sweden celebrates after winning the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach AA/mk
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August 07, 2005
A cameraman films Carolina Kluft of Sweden (foreground) as she reacts after completing the 800 metres...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft reacts after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
A cameraman films Carolina Kluft of Sweden (foreground) as she reacts after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn CN/mk
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August 07, 2005
Eunice Barber of France waves to the crowd after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon...
Helsinki, Finland
Barber waves after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
Eunice Barber of France waves to the crowd after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. Barber won the silver medal with a total score of 6,824 points behind gold medallist Carolina Kluft of Sweden, who scored 6,887. REUTERS/Charles Platiau CN/mk
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August 07, 2005
Barber looks up after finishing 800 metres event of heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
Helsinki, Finland
Barber looks up after finishing 800 metres event of heptathlon at world athletics championships, ...
Barber looks up after finishing 800 metres event of heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki. Eunice Barber of France looks up after finishing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. Barber won the silver medal with a total score of 6,824 points behind gold medallist Carolina Kluft of Sweden, who scored 6,887. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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August 07, 2005
Kluft of Sweden takes victory lap after winning women's heptathlon at world athletics championships,...
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft of Sweden takes victory lap after winning women's heptathlon at world athletics ...
Kluft of Sweden takes victory lap after winning women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki,. Carolina Kluft of Sweden takes a victory lap with her country's flag after the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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Kluft and Barber hug after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki....
Helsinki, Finland
Kluft and Barber hug after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, ......
Kluft and Barber hug after 800 metres event of women's heptathlon at world athletics championships, Helsinki. Carolina Kluft of Sweden (L) and Eunice Barber of France hug after completing the 800 metres event of the women's heptathlon at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 7, 2005. World heptathlon champion Kluft retained her title on Sunday after an epic two-day battle with France's Eunice Barber. Kluft finished with 6,887 points while Barber took silver with 6,824. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn
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