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OLYMPICS-SWIMMING/
RTR216XL
August 16, 2008
Cesar Cielo Filho (R) of Brazil celebrates next to Ashley Callus of Australia after winning the men's...
Beijing, China
Cesar Cielo Filho of Brazil celebrates after winning the men's 50m freestyle swimming final at the Beijing...
Cesar Cielo Filho (R) of Brazil celebrates next to Ashley Callus of Australia after winning the men's 50m freestyle swimming final at the National Aquatics Center during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 16, 2008. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SWIMMING/
RTR216XE
August 16, 2008
Cesar Cielo Filho (C) of Brazil swims next to Ashley Callus (R) of Australia and Alain Bernard of France...
Beijing, China
Cielo Filho of Brazil swims in the men's 50m freestyle final at the National Aquatics Center during the...
Cesar Cielo Filho (C) of Brazil swims next to Ashley Callus (R) of Australia and Alain Bernard of France in the men's 50m freestyle final at the National Aquatics Center during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 16, 2008. Picture taken with underwater camera. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SWIMMING/
RTR216VK
August 16, 2008
Cesar Cielo Filho (C) of Brazil swims next to Ashley Callus (R) of Australia and Alain Bernard of France...
Beijing, China
Cielo Filho of Brazil swims in the men's 50m freestyle final at the National Aquatics Center during the...
Cesar Cielo Filho (C) of Brazil swims next to Ashley Callus (R) of Australia and Alain Bernard of France in the men's 50m freestyle final at the National Aquatics Center during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 16, 2008. Picture taken with underwater camera. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (CHINA)
SWIMMING-WORLD/
RTR1O35N
March 30, 2007
Ashley Callus of Australia stretches before competing in the men's 50m freestyle swimming heat at the...
Melbourne, Australia
Callus of Australia stretches before competing in the men's 50m freestyle swimming heat at the World...
Ashley Callus of Australia stretches before competing in the men's 50m freestyle swimming heat at the World Aquatics Championship in Melbourne March 30, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
CHINA
RTR1CDFH
April 09, 2006
Australia's swimmers (L-R) Brenton Rickard, Ashley Callus, Adam Pine and Matthew Welsh pose with their...
Shanghai, China
Australia's swimmers Rickard, Callus, Pine and Welsh pose with their medals at Swimming Championships...
Australia's swimmers (L-R) Brenton Rickard, Ashley Callus, Adam Pine and Matthew Welsh pose with their medals during the award ceremony for the men's 4x100 metres medley relay at the 8th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Shanghai April 9, 2006. REUTERS/Nir Elias
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17EVR
March 20, 2006
Australia's Ashley Callus dives at the start of the men's 50m Freestyle swimming heats at the Commonwealth...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Callus dives at start of 50m Freestyle heats at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne
Australia's Ashley Callus dives at the start of the men's 50m Freestyle swimming heats at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Luis Enrique Ascui
SPORT COMMONWEALTH SWIMMING
RTR1781Q
March 16, 2006
Australia's Ashley Callus (R) gets help from an unidentified aide during the medals ceremony for the...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Callus gets helped from unidentified aide during the medals ceremony at the Commonwealth...
Australia's Ashley Callus (R) gets help from an unidentified aide during the medals ceremony for the men's freestyle 4x100 m relay final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, March 16, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SWIMMING
RTXMI9U
March 30, 2004
Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australian...
Sydney, Australia
Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australia.....
Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australian olympic team swimming trials at the Sydney Aquatic Centre on March 30, 2004. Pictured (L-R) are Australia's Eamon Sullivan, Italy's Massimili Rosolino, Australia's Andrew Mewing, Australia's Ashley Callus, Australia's Michael Klim, Australia's Grant Hackett and Australia's Sean Piper. Ian Thorpe qualified fastest for the semi-finals in a time of 49.52 seconds, second was Eamon Sullivan with 50.18 seconds and third was Ashley Callus with 50.20 seconds.
AUSTRALIA
RTRUYTQ
March 30, 2004
IAN THORPE IN ACTION ON WAY TO WINNING HEAT IN MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC...
Sydney, Australia
IAN THORPE IN ACTION ON WAY TO WINNING HEAT IN MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM ......
IAN THORPE IN ACTION ON WAY TO WINNING HEAT IN MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Ian Thorpe (black suit) swims in sync with Ashley Callus on the way to winning his heat in the men's 100 metres freestyle at the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney March 30, 2004. Thorpe clocked a time of 49.24 seconds to make tomorrow night's final while Callus's time was 50.20 seconds. REUTERS/Will Burgess
SPORT SWIMMING AUSTRALIA
RTRUYF5
March 30, 2004
CONMPETITORS DIVE AT THE START OF HEAT EIGHT OF THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC...
Sydney, Australia
CONMPETITORS DIVE AT THE START OF HEAT EIGHT OF THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT THE AUSTRALIAN ...
CONMPETITORS DIVE AT THE START OF HEAT EIGHT OF THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM SWIMMING TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australian olympic team swimming trials at the Sydney Aquatic Centre on March 30, 2004. Pictured (L-R) are Australia's Eamon Sullivan, Italy's Massimili Rosolino, Australia's Andrew Mewing, Australia's Ashley Callus, Australia's Michael Klim, Australia's Grant Hackett and Australia's Sean Piper. Ian Thorpe qualified fastest for the semi-finals in a time of 49.52 seconds, second was Eamon Sullivan with 50.18 seconds and third was Ashley Callus with 50.20 seconds. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT SWIMMING PAN PACIFIC
RTRYA0Q
August 28, 2002
Australian Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with compatriot silver medallist
Ashley Callus after the men's...
Yokohama, Japan
AUSTRALIAN THORPE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATE CALLUS AFTER MEN'S 100 METRE
FREESTYLE FINAL IN YOKOHAMA....
Australian Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with compatriot silver medallist
Ashley Callus after the men's 100 metre freestyle final at the Pan
Pacific Swimming Championships in Yokohama August 28, 2002. Thorpe
clocked 48.84 seconds to win the final. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/JD
SPORT SWIMMING PACIFIC
RTRY86P
August 25, 2002
Australian Ashley Callus competes in the men's 50m freestyle heats of
the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships...
Yokohama, Japan
CALLUS OF AUSTRALIA COMPETES IN 50M FREESTYLE ACTION AT THE PAN PACIFIC
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN YOKOHAMA....
Australian Ashley Callus competes in the men's 50m freestyle heats of
the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Yokohama August 25, 2002.
Callus clocked the fourth fastest time of 23.02 seconds to advance to
semifinals. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/JS
SPORT SWIMMING PACIFIC
RTRY7HU
August 24, 2002
Australia's anchor Ian Thorpe (in water) is celebrated by Ashley Callus
(L), Grant Hackett and Todd...
Yokohama, Japan
AUSTRALIAN 4X100M RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE AFTER WINING AT PAN PACIFIC
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN YOKOHAMA....
Australia's anchor Ian Thorpe (in water) is celebrated by Ashley Callus
(L), Grant Hackett and Todd Pearson (R) after winning the men's
4X100-metre freestyle relay at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships
in Yokohama August 24, 2002. Australian team won the event in three
minutes 15.15 seconds. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/RCS
SPORT SWIMMING
RTRY7HE
August 24, 2002
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R), Grant Hackett (2nd/L), Ashley Callus (L),
and Todd Pearson show off their...
Yokohama, Japan
AUSTRALIAN MEN'S FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM SHOW OFF GOLD MEDALS AT PAN
PACIFIC SWIMMING IN YOKOHAMA.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R), Grant Hackett (2nd/L), Ashley Callus (L),
and Todd Pearson show off their gold medals at the Pan Pacific swimming
championships in Yokohama August 24, 2002. The Australians clocked a
time of three minutes 15.15 seconds. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/RCS
SPORT GAMES
RTRXW59
August 03, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S ASHLEY CALLUS DIVES OFF THE BLOCKS AT THE START OF HIS HEAT
OF THE MENS 50M FREESTYLE AT...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S ASHLEY CALLUS DIVES OFF THE BLOCKS AT THE START OF HIS HEAT
OF THE MENS 50M FREESTYLE AT...
AUSTRALIA'S ASHLEY CALLUS DIVES OFF THE BLOCKS AT THE START OF HIS HEAT
OF THE MENS 50M FREESTYLE AT THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Ashley Callus dives off the blocks at the start of his 50m
Freestyle heat at the 17th Commonwealth Games in Manchester August 3,
2002. Callus swam a time of 22.93 seconds to qualify third fastest for
tonight's semi-final. REUTERS/David Gray REUTERS
SPORT SWIMMING
RTRUHP8
April 07, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S CALLUS CELEBRATES GOLD IN THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE
FINAL AT THE WORLD SHORT COURSE...
Moscow, Russia
AUSTRALIA'S CALLUS CELEBRATES GOLD IN THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE
FINAL AT THE WORLD SHORT COURSE...
AUSTRALIA'S CALLUS CELEBRATES GOLD IN THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE
FINAL AT THE WORLD SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MOSCOW.


Australia's Ashley Callus celebrates winning gold in the men's 100
metres freestyle final of the World Short Course Championships in
Moscow, April 7, 2002. Callus won with a time of 46.99 seconds.
REUTERS/Dima Korotayev REUTERS
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR14CVQ
July 22, 2001
AUSTRALIAN SWIMMERS ASHLEY CALLUS HELPS AN EXHAUSTED IAN THORPE AFTER
THEIR MEN'S 4X100 RELAY WIN IN...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIAN SWIMMERS ASHLEY CALLUS HELPS AN EXHAUSTED IAN THORPE AFTER
THEIR MEN'S 4X100 RELAY WIN IN...
AUSTRALIAN SWIMMERS ASHLEY CALLUS HELPS AN EXHAUSTED IAN THORPE AFTER
THEIR MEN'S 4X100 RELAY WIN IN FUKUOKA.


Australia's swimmer Ashley Callus (L) helps exhausted team mate Ian
Thorpe after they won the gold medal in the men's 4x100m relay at the
World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 22, 2001. The Netherland's
were second and Germany third after the third placed U.S.A. were
disqualified.
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14CVD
July 22, 2001
Australia's 4x100m relay team (from L) Ashley Callus, Ian Thorpe, Todd
Pearson and Michael Klim hold...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA MENS 4X100 RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE WITH MEDALS IN FUKUOKA FOR
WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Australia's 4x100m relay team (from L) Ashley Callus, Ian Thorpe, Todd
Pearson and Michael Klim hold up their gold medals following their win
at the 9th World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 22, 2001. The
Netherland's were second and Germany third after original third place
finisher U.S.A. were disqualified.

MDB/RCS/JD
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14CVA
July 22, 2001
Australia's 4x100m relay team (from L) Ashley Callus, Ian Thorpe, Todd
Pearson and Michael Klim hold...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA MENS 4X100 RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE WITH MEDALS IN FUKUOKA FOR
WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Australia's 4x100m relay team (from L) Ashley Callus, Ian Thorpe, Todd
Pearson and Michael Klim hold up their gold medals following their win
at the 9th World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 22, 2001. The
Netherland's were second and Germany third after second place finisher
U.S.A. were disqualified.

MDB/RCS
SPORT OLYMPICS SYDNEY
RTR11DGC
October 03, 2000
Australian Olympic swimmer Michael Klim (R) shows off the medals he has won at the Olympic Games as he...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER MICHAEL KLIM SHOWS OFF HIS MEDALS DURING PARADE DOWN SYDNEY STREET.
Australian Olympic swimmer Michael Klim (R) shows off the medals he has won at the Olympic Games as he hugs teammate Ashley Callus during a parade down the main street of Sydney October 3, 2000. Around 977 members of the Australian Olympic team participated in the parade, which culminated at the Sydney Town Hall where a reception was held in honour of the medal-winning athletes.

DG/HL
SWIMMING
RTXJYZC
September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley.....
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.
SWIMMING
RTXJYNI
September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley.....
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10O1M
September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH RELAY TEAM.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

CLH/JP/JDP
YEAREND
RTR10HKG
September 16, 2000
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATES KLIM, FYDLER AND CALLUS AFTER
WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN MEN'S...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATES KLIM, FYDLER AND
CALLUS AFTER WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN ......
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATES KLIM, FYDLER AND CALLUS AFTER
WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN MEN'S 4X100 M FREESTYLE RELAY EVENT AT SYDNEY OLYMPIC
GAMES.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with teammates Michael Klim (2nd R),
Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new
world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000
Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes
13.67 seconds. REUTERS BOOKS The Art of Sport REUTERS/Michael Leckel PP04010115
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10GVB
September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH RELAY TEAM.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

CLH/
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10GSE
September 16, 2000
Australia's 4x100m freestyle relay team, (R-L) Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RELAY TEAM POSES WITH GOLD MEDALS.
Australia's 4x100m freestyle relay team, (R-L) Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus show off their gold medals after winning setting a new world record in the final race at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

CLH/
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10GS2
September 16, 2000
13.67 and the Americans won the silver. Looking on are Australians Chris Fydler (L), Ian Thorpe and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
HALL OF U.S. SHAKES HANDS WITH AUSTRALIAN KLIM AFTER WINNING 4x100M FREESTYLE RELAY.
13.67 and the Americans won the silver. Looking on are Australians Chris Fydler (L), Ian Thorpe and Ashley Callus (2nd R).

DG/CC
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10GRM
September 16, 2000
The Brazilian 4x100 meter freestyle relay team, (R-L) Gustavo Borges, Carlos Jayme, Edvaldo Silva Filho,...
Sydney, Australia
BRAZILIAN AND AUSTRALIAN FREESTYLE RELAY TEAMS CONGRATULATE EACH OTHER.
The Brazilian 4x100 meter freestyle relay team, (R-L) Gustavo Borges, Carlos Jayme, Edvaldo Silva Filho, and Fernando Scherer congratulate their counterparts from Australia, (L-R) Chris Fydler, Ian Thorpe, Ashley Callus, and Michael Klim, after the final at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, September 16, 2000. The Australians won the gold medal and the Brazilians won the bronze.

AC
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10GNU
September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S IAN THORPE CELEBRATES RELAY WIN WITH TEAM MATES.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

CLH/JDP
YEAREND
RTR12E5X
September 15, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with teammates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with teammates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

CLH/JP/FMS
RTRXD1V
September 15, 1998
Australia's 4x100m relay team pose with their gold medals at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur...
Malaysia
AUSTRALIA'S 4X100M FREESTYLE TEAM POSE IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Australia's 4x100m relay team pose with their gold medals at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur September 15. The team (L-R) Chris Fydler, Ian Thorpe, Ashley Callus and Michael Klim won the gold medal and set a new Commonwealth record with a time of three minutes, 17.83 seconds.

JIR/JO/WS
RTRXD1N
September 15, 1998
Australia's 4x100m relay team celebrate their gold medal win at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala...
Malaysia
AUSTRALIA'S 4X100M FREESTYLE TEAM CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD MEDAL WIN.
Australia's 4x100m relay team celebrate their gold medal win at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur September 15. The team (L-R) Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Ashley Callus and Chris Fydler won the gold medal with a time of three minutes, 17.83 seconds.

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