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OLYMPICS-CYCLING/
RTR217EN
August 16, 2008
Ryan Bayley (L) of Australia wins the fourth heat of the men's keirin first round ahead of Theo Bos of...
Beijing, China
Ryan Bayley (L) of Australia wins the fourth heat of the men's keirin first round ahead of Theo Bos of...
Ryan Bayley (L) of Australia wins the fourth heat of the men's keirin first round ahead of Theo Bos of the Netherlands (R) during the cycling competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 16, 2008. REUTERS/Phil Noble (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-CYCLING/MEARES
RTX5O5Z
May 14, 2008
Australia's Olympic cyclists Ryan Bayley (top) and Anna Meares pose for photographs at a media event...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Olympic cyclists Bayley and Meares pose for photographs at a media event in Melbourne
Australia's Olympic cyclists Ryan Bayley (top) and Anna Meares pose for photographs at a media event in Melbourne May 14, 2008. Meares, who has not raced since the crash in Los Angeles that left her with a fractured neck vertebrae and severe shoulder injuries, will need to clock a time for the 200 metres of 11.7 seconds in a sprint race in Melbourne on June 12 to be nominated by Cycling Australia for the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17CCY
March 18, 2006
Ross Edgar (L) of Scotland, Australia's Ryan Bayley (C) and Canada's Travis Smith hold their medals for...
Melbourne, Australia
Edgar of Scotland, Australia's Bayley and Canada's Smith hold medals for men's cycling sprint at Commonwealth...
Ross Edgar (L) of Scotland, Australia's Ryan Bayley (C) and Canada's Travis Smith hold their medals for the men's cycling sprint at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 18, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17CAC
March 18, 2006
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates his victory in the men's cycling sprint at the Commonwealth Games...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Bayley celebrates victory in men's cycling sprint in Melbourne
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates his victory in the men's cycling sprint at the Commonwealth Games with his parents in Melbourne March 18, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17C9Y
March 18, 2006
Australia's Ryan Bayley powers to a win in the men's cycling sprint at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Bayley powers to victory in men's cycling sprint in Melbourne
Australia's Ryan Bayley powers to a win in the men's cycling sprint at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 18, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17C9K
March 18, 2006
Australia's Ryan Bayley (L) celebrates victory over Ross Edgar of Scotland in the men's cycling sprint...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Bayley celebrates victory in the mens cycling sprint in Melbourne
Australia's Ryan Bayley (L) celebrates victory over Ross Edgar of Scotland in the men's cycling sprint in Melbourne, March 18, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17BU7
March 18, 2006
Australia's Ryan Bayley (L) beats New Zealand's Justin Grace in the men's cycling sprint qualifying race...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Bayley beats New Zealand's Grace in men's cycling sprint qualifying race in Melbourne
Australia's Ryan Bayley (L) beats New Zealand's Justin Grace in the men's cycling sprint qualifying race at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 18, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
AUSTRALIA ELECTION CAMPAIGN
RTR9PC3
September 01, 2004
Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Olympic gold medallist Ryan Bayley, opposition leader Mark Latham...
Sydney, Australia
Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Olympic gold medallist Ryan Bayley, opposition leader Mark ......
Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Olympic gold medallist Ryan Bayley, opposition leader Mark Latham and former Australian athlete Margaret Jackson stand at the door of an airplane in Sydney. Australian Prime Minister John Howard (R), Olympic gold medallist Ryan Bayley (2nd-R), opposition leader Mark Latham (2nd-L) and former Australian athlete Margaret Jackson stand at the door of an airplane during a welcome home ceremony for the national Olympic team at Sydney Airport September 1, 2004. The first face-to-face bout in Australia's election campaign was staged inside an airport hangar on Wednesday with prime ministerial contenders sparring with hundreds of Olympians before a phalanx of cameras. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
ESCUREDO
RTXMVPC
August 25, 2004
Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo celebrates on the podium after the men's Keirin final at the Athens...
Athens, Greece
Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo celebrates on the podium after the men's Keirin final at the .....
Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo celebrates on the podium after the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. [Australia's Ryan Bayley and Shane Kelly took the gold and bronze respectively.]
CYCLING
RTXMVOG
August 25, 2004
Australia's gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C), Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo (L) and Australia's...
Athens, Greece
Australia's gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C), Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo (L) and Australia.....
Australia's gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C), Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo (L) and Australia's bronze medallist Shane Kelly celebrate on the podium after the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004.
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTR15APP
August 25, 2004
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates with a flag after winning the gold medal in the men's Keirin final...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Bayley celebrates winning men's Kierin at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates with a flag after winning the gold medal in the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. Spain's Jose Escuredo took the silver and Australian Shane Kelly took bronze. REUTERS/Charles Platiau CRB/SV
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWKO0
August 25, 2004
Australia's gold medallist Ryan Bayley (R) and compatriot bronze medallist Shane Kelly celebrate on the...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Bayley and Kelly pose after men's Kierin final at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Australia's gold medallist Ryan Bayley (R) and compatriot bronze medallist Shane Kelly celebrate on the podium after the men's keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. Spain's Jose Escuredo took the silver REUTERS/Charles Platiau CRB/AA
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWKLU
August 25, 2004
Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo celebrates on the podium after the men's Keirin final at the Athens...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Spain's silver medallist Escuredo celebrates after men's Kierin final at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo celebrates on the podium after the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. Australia's Ryan Bayley and Shane Kelly took the gold and bronze respectively. REUTERS/Charles Platiau CRB/AA
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWKBV
August 25, 2004
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Bayley celebrates winning men's Kierin at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. Spain's Jose Escuredo took the silver and Australian Shane Kelly took bronze. REUTERS/Charles Platiau CRB/SV
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWK8D
August 25, 2004
Spain's Jose Escuredo celebrates winning the silver medal in the men's keirin final at the Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Spain's Escuredo celebrates winning silver in men's Kierin at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Spain's Jose Escuredo celebrates winning the silver medal in the men's keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. Australians Ryan Bayley and Shane Kelly took the gold and bronze respectively. REUTERS/Charles Platiau CRB/AA
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWK59
August 25, 2004
Australia's gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C), Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo (L) and Australia's...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Medallists celebrate after men's Kierin final at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Australia's gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C), Spain's silver medallist Jose Escuredo (L) and Australia's bronze medallist Shane Kelly celebrate on the podium after the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. REUTERS/Charles Platiau CRB/DL
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWK3F
August 25, 2004
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Bayley celebrates winning men's Kierin at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's Keirin final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. Spain's Escuredo took the silver and Australian Shane Kelly took bronze. REUTERS/Paul Hanna CRB/DL
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWJP4
August 25, 2004
Australia's Ryan Bayley (front) leads Greece's Labros Vasilopoulos during the first heat of the men's...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Bayley leads during heat of men's Keirin at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Australia's Ryan Bayley (front) leads Greece's Labros Vasilopoulos during the first heat of the men's Keirin race during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 25, 2004. REUTERS/Paul Hanna CRB/DL
BAYLEY
RTXMV9R
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates after defeating [Laurent Gane of France] in the sprint semi-finals...
Athens, Greece
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates after defeating [Laurent Gane of France] in the sprint semi-fi.....
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates after defeating [Laurent Gane of France] in the sprint semi-finals at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004.
CYCLING
RTXMV3T
August 24, 2004
Gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C) from Australia, silver medallist Theo Bos of the Netherlands (L) and bronze...
Athens, Greece
Gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C) from Australia, silver medallist Theo Bos of the Netherlands (L) and .....
Gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C) from Australia, silver medallist Theo Bos of the Netherlands (L) and bronze merdallist Rene Wolff of Germany show off their medals during the medal ceremony for the men's sprint at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games track cycling competition, August 24, 2004.
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWFMC
August 24, 2004
Bayley of Australia powers past Bos of Netherlands in sprint gold medal final at Olympic cycling in Athens....
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Bayley of Australia powers past Bos of Netherlands in sprint gold medal final at Olympic cycling in ......
Bayley of Australia powers past Bos of Netherlands in sprint gold medal final at Olympic cycling in Athens. Ryan Bayley from Australia (R) powers past Theo Bos from the Netherlands during the sprint final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. Bailey beat Bos and won the gold, Bos the silver. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWFKP
August 24, 2004
Bronze merdallist Rene Wolff of Germany waves during the medal ceremony for the men's sprint at the Athens...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Bronze merdallist Wolff of Germany waves during the medal ceremony at Olympic cycling.
Bronze merdallist Rene Wolff of Germany waves during the medal ceremony for the men's sprint at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. Ryan Bayley from Australia won the gold medal and Theo Bos of the Netherlands won silver medal. REUTERS/Paul Hanna AW/AA
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWFHF
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley of Australia celebrates after defeating Theo Bos of the Netherlands in the sprint final to...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Ryan Bayley of Australia celebrates after defeating Theo Bos of the Netherlands in the sprint final ......
Ryan Bayley of Australia celebrates after defeating Theo Bos of the Netherlands in the sprint final to win the gold at the Athens Olympics. Ryan Bayley (C) of Australia celebrates after defeating Theo Bos of the Netherlands in the sprint final to win the gold at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 24, 2004. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWFBR
August 24, 2004
Theo Bos of the Netherlands stands on the podium after receiving his silver medal for the men's sprint...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Bos of Netherlands stands on podium after receiving sprint silver at Olympic cycling.
Theo Bos of the Netherlands stands on the podium after receiving his silver medal for the men's sprint at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. Bos lost to Ryan Bayley of Australia who won the gold medal in the final. REUTERS/Paul Hanna AW/AA
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWFAW
August 24, 2004
Bayley of Australia and Bos of Netherlands compete for position in sprint gold medal final at Olympic...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Bayley of Australia and Bos of Netherlands compete for position in sprint gold medal final at ...
Bayley of Australia and Bos of Netherlands compete for position in sprint gold medal final at Olympic cycling. Ryan Bayley from Australia (L) and Theo Bos from the Netherlands compete for position during the sprint final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. Bailey beat Bos and won the gold, Bos the silver. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWF7D
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley from Australia shows off his gold medal for the sprint final after defeating Theo Bos of...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Ryan Bayley of Australia shows off sprint gold medal at the Olympic cycling.
Ryan Bayley from Australia shows off his gold medal for the sprint final after defeating Theo Bos of the Netherlands at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. REUTERS/Paul Hanna AW/DL
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWF6I
August 24, 2004
Gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C) from Australia, silver medallist Theo Bos of the Netherlands (L) and bronze...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Sprint medallists pose on podium at Olympic cycling.
Gold medallist Ryan Bayley (C) from Australia, silver medallist Theo Bos of the Netherlands (L) and bronze merdallist Rene Wolff of Germany show off their medals during the medal ceremony for the men's sprint at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 24, 2004. REUTERS/Paul Hanna AW/DL
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWF1W
August 24, 2004
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint race at the Olympic Velodrome....
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint race at the Olympic ......
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint race at the Olympic Velodrome. Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint race at the Olympic Velodrome during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 24, 2004. Henderson placed fourth. REUTERS/Nigel Marple
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWF1I
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates winning the gold medal in the sprint final after defeating silver...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Ryan Bayley celebrates sprint gold at Olympic cycling.
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates winning the gold medal in the sprint final after defeating silver medalist Theo Bos of the Netherlands at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard AW/SV
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWF1B
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates winning the gold medal in the sprint final after defeating Theo...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Ryan Bayley celebrates sprint gold at Olympic cycling.
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates winning the gold medal in the sprint final after defeating Theo Bos of the Netherlands at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. REUTERS/Charles Platiau AW/DL
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWF0K
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley (L) from Australia celebrates winning the gold medal in the sprint final ahead of silver...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Ryan Bayley celebrates sprint gold at Olympic cycling.
Ryan Bayley (L) from Australia celebrates winning the gold medal in the sprint final ahead of silver medalist Theo Bos of the Netherlands at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. REUTERS/Charles Platiau AW/SV
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWEYF
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley from Australia races against Laurent Gane of France framed by flags in the sprint semi-finals...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Ryan Bayley from Australia races against Laurent Gane of France framed by flags in the sprint ...
Ryan Bayley from Australia races against Laurent Gane of France framed by flags in the sprint semi-finals at the Athens Olympics. Ryan Bayley (C) from Australia races against Laurent Gane of France framed by flags during the sprint semi-finals at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition, August 24, 2004. Bayley took Australia's medals tally to six from five days of Olympic track cycling on Tuesday by winning gold in the men's sprint. REUTERS/David Loh
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWEWP
August 24, 2004
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint cycling race at the Olympic...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint cycling race at the ......
Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint cycling race at the Olympic Velodrome. Australia's Ryan Bayley celebrates winning the gold medal in the men's sprint cycling race at the Olympic Velodrome during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 24, 2004. Henderson placed fourth. REUTERS/Nigel Marple
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWEE5
August 24, 2004
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates after defeating Laurent Gane of France in the sprint semi-finals...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Bayley of Australia celebrates sprint semi final victory at Olympic cycling.
Ryan Bayley from Australia celebrates after defeating Laurent Gane of France in the sprint semi-finals at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games track cycling competition August 24, 2004. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard AW/AA
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRW5C9
August 22, 2004
Ryan Bayley (R) from Australia edges out Stefan Nimke from Germany in his qualifier for the men's sprint...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Bayley of Australia eddges out Nimke of Germany in sprint qualification in Athens.
Ryan Bayley (R) from Australia edges out Stefan Nimke from Germany in his qualifier for the men's sprint at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 22, 2004 track cycling competition. Bayley qualified with the best time. REUTERS/Paul Hanna AWaa
GERMANY
RTRUJ6E
August 08, 2004
The team members of the Australian indoor track sprint cycling team for the Olympic Games in Athens pose...
Neuss Buettgen, Germany
Team members of Australian indoor sprint track cycling team pose in Neuss-Buettgen.
The team members of the Australian indoor track sprint cycling team for the Olympic Games in Athens pose after a news conference in the western German town of Neuss-Buettgen August 8, 2004. The picture shows from LtoR: Shane Kelly, Ben Kersten, Anna Meares, Ryan Bayley and Sean Eadie. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW
GERMANY
RTRUJ4F
August 08, 2004
The team members of the Australian indoor sprint cycling team for the Olympic Games in Athens pose after...
Neuss Buettgen, Germany
Team members of Australian indoor sprint track cycling team pose in Neuss-Buettgen.
The team members of the Australian indoor sprint cycling team for the Olympic Games in Athens pose after a news conference in the western German town of Neuss-Buettgen August 8, 2004. The picture shows from (L to R): Ben Kersten, Shane Kelly, Anna Meares, Ryan Bayley and Sean Eadie. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX5RD
May 29, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE CONGRATULATES COMPATRIATE BAYLEY AFTER THE MEN'S SPRINT 1/8 FINALS AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Melbourne, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE CONGRATULATES COMPATRIATE BAYLEY AFTER THE MEN'S SPRINT 1/8 FINALS AT THE WORLD ......
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE CONGRATULATES COMPATRIATE BAYLEY AFTER THE MEN'S SPRINT 1/8 FINALS AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Australia's Sean Eadie (L) congratulates compatriate Ryan Bayley after their 1/8 final in the men's sprint at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 29, 2004. Bayley defeated Eadie to progress to the next round. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT GAMES
RTRXVU6
August 02, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY RACE TO WIN THE GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT THE...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY RACE TO WIN THE GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT THE...
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY RACE TO WIN THE GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Sean Eadie (L), Jobie Dajka (C), Ryan Bayley race to win
the gold in the final of the men's team sprint at the 2002 Commonwealth
Games in Manchester August 2, 2002. Australia took the gold, England
Silver and Scotland Bronze. REUTERS/Dan Chung REUTERS
SPORT GAMES
RTRXVQU
August 02, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY CELEBRATE WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY CELEBRATE WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT...
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY CELEBRATE WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Sean Eadie (L), Jobie Dajka (C), Ryan Bayley celebrate
winning gold in the final of the men's team sprint at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester August 2, 2002. Australia took the
gold, England Silver and Scotland Bronze. REUTERS/Dan Chung
SPORT GAMES
RTRXVQA
August 02, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY CELEBRATE WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY CELEBRATE WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT...
AUSTRALIA'S EADIE, DAJKA AND BAYLEY CELEBRATE WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL
OF THE MEN'S TEAM SPRINT AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Sean Eadie (L), Jobie Dajka (C), Ryan Bayley celebrate
winning gold in the final of the men's team sprint at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester August 2, 2002. Australia took the
gold, England Silver and Scotland Bronze. REUTERS/Dan Chung
SPORT BOWLS
RTRXTSA
July 31, 2002
Australian cyclist's Ryan Baley (L) and Sean Eadie (R) join hands at
the end of the mens sprint Gold...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIAN CYCLIST'S RYAN BALEY AND SEAN EADIE JOIN HANDS AT THE END OF
THE MENS SPRINT GOLD MEDAL FINAL....
Australian cyclist's Ryan Baley (L) and Sean Eadie (R) join hands at
the end of the mens sprint Gold Medal Final race at the Commonwealth
Games in Manchester July 31,2002. Bayley won the Gold beating fellow
Australian Sean Eadie who got the Silver. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell
REUTERS

JJM/FMS
SPORT GAMES
RTRXSW7
July 30, 2002
NEW ZEALAND'S GRACE LOOKS BACK AT AUSTRALIA'S BAYLEY IN THE MEN'S
SPRINT EIGHTH FINAL IN THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH...
Manchester, UK
NEW ZEALAND'S GRACE LOOKS BACK AT AUSTRALIA'S BAYLEY IN THE MEN'S
SPRINT EIGHTH FINAL IN THE 2002 ......
NEW ZEALAND'S GRACE LOOKS BACK AT AUSTRALIA'S BAYLEY IN THE MEN'S
SPRINT EIGHTH FINAL IN THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


New Zealand cyclist Justin Grace (L) looks back at Australia's Ryan
Bayley during the heat in the men's sprint eighth final at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester, 30 July 2002. REUTERS/Jeff J
Mitchell
SPORT CYCLING TRACK
RTR14NOL
September 30, 2001
Australian Ryan Bayley celebrates his gold medal after winning the
Madison race on the last day of the...
Antwerp, Belgium
AUSTRALIAN RYAN BAYLEY CELEBRATES HIS GOLD MEDAL AT THE WORLD TRACK
CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ANTWERP....
Australian Ryan Bayley celebrates his gold medal after winning the
Madison race on the last day of the World Track Cycling Championships
in Antwerp, September 30, 2001. Bayley won ahead of second-placed
French rider Laurent Gane and German Jens Fiedler who took third place.
REUTERS/Yves Herman

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