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SPORT CYCLING
RTRUKK0
May 11, 2005
Australia's Cooke walks away after crossing finish line during fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana...
Frosinone, Italy
Australia's Cooke walks away after crossing finish line during fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana...
Australia's Cooke walks away after crossing finish line during fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to Frosinone at the Giro d'Italia race in Italy. Austrlia's Baden Cooke (R) walks away after crossing the finish line as Italy Paolo Bettini (L) looks on after the 211 km (131 miles) of the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to Frosinone at the Giro d'Italia cycling race in Italy May 11, 2005. Italy's Luca Mazzanti won the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia after Paolo Bettini was disqualified from first place for dangerous riding. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT CYCLING
RTRUKIA
May 11, 2005
Italy's Bettini and Mazzanti ride during the final sprint in the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana...
Frosinone, Italy
Italy's Bettini and Mazzanti ride during the final sprint in the fourth stage from Giffoni valle ...
Italy's Bettini and Mazzanti ride during the final sprint in the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to Frosinone at the Giro d'Italia race in Italy. Italy's Paolo Bettini (2nd R) rides during the final sprint with Italy Luca Mazzanti (2nd L) as Australia's Baden Cooke (R) crashes in the 211 km (131 miles) of the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to Frosinone at the Giro d'Italia cycling race in Italy May 11, 2005. Italy's Luca Mazzanti won the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia after Paolo Bettini was disqualified from first place for dangerous riding. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini Pictures of the month May 2005
SPORT CYCLING
RTRUKI3
May 11, 2005
Italy's Bettini rides during the final sprint in the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to Frosinone...
Frosinone, Italy
Italy's Bettini rides during the final sprint in the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to ...
Italy's Bettini rides during the final sprint in the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to Frosinone at the Giro d'Italia race in Italy. Italy's Paolo Bettini (L) rides during the final sprint as Australia's Baden Cooke crashes in the 211 km (131 miles) of the fourth stage from Giffoni valle Piana to Frosinone at the Giro d'Italia cycling race in Italy May 11, 2005. Italy's Luca Mazzanti won the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia after Paolo Bettini was disqualified from first place for dangerous riding. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
COOKE
RTXM45F
July 27, 2003
Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates after winning the Green Jersey for Best Sprinter in the Tour de France...
Paris, France
Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates after winning the Green Jersey for Best Sprinter in the Tour de .....
Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates after winning the Green Jersey for Best Sprinter in the Tour de France cycling race in Paris, July 27,2003. [US Postal team's Lance Armstrong of the USA won the 100th anniversary Tour de France, and becomes the fifth, five-time winner of the tour along with Jacques Anquetil of France, Eddy Merckx of Belgium, Bernard Hinault of France and Miguel Indurain of Spain.]
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXM45D
July 27, 2003
Australians Baden Cook (L) and Robbie McEwen (R) touch shoulders as they sprint at the finish in the...
Paris, France
Australians Baden Cook (L) and Robbie McEwen (R) touch shoulders as they sprint at the finish in th.....
Australians Baden Cook (L) and Robbie McEwen (R) touch shoulders as they sprint at the finish in the Tour de France cycling race in Paris, July 27,2003. Cooke won the Green Jersey for Best Sprinter as [US Postal team's Lance Armstrong of the USA won the 100th anniversary Tour de France, and becomes the fifth, five-time winner of the tour along with Jacques Anquetil of France, Eddy Merckx of Belgium, Bernard Hinault of France and Miguel Indurain of Spain.]
COOKE
RTXM45C
July 27, 2003
Baden Cooke of Australia drinks champagne on the Champs Elysees after winning the Green Jersey for Best...
Paris, France
Baden Cooke of Australia drinks champagne on the Champs Elysees after winning the Green Jersey for B.....
Baden Cooke of Australia drinks champagne on the Champs Elysees after winning the Green Jersey for Best Sprinter in the Tour de France cycling race in Paris, July 27,2003. [US Postal team's Lance Armstrong of the USA won the 100th anniversary Tour de France, and becomes the fifth, five-time winner of the tour along with Jacques Anquetil of France, Eddy Merckx of Belgium, Bernard Hinault of France and Miguel Indurain of Spain.]
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRRV1H
July 27, 2003
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE TOUR...
Paris, France (French Republic)
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE ......
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.
TDF29D
RTRMVDV
July 27, 2003
FDJEUX.COM team rider Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates after winning
the Green Jersey for Best Sprinter...
Paris, France (French Republic)
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES BEST SPRINTER JERSEY AFTER 2003
TOUR DE FRANCE.
FDJEUX.COM team rider Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates after winning
the Green Jersey for Best Sprinter in the Tour de France cycling race
in Paris, July 27,2003. US Postal team's Lance Armstrong of the USA won
the 100th anniversary Tour de France, and becomes the fifth, five-time
winner of the tour along with Jacques Anquetil of France, Eddy Merckx
of Belgium, Bernard Hinault of France and Miguel Indurain of Spain.
REUTERS/Vincent Kessler HIGH QUALITY REPEAT PP03070075

VK/MA
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRMV3T
July 27, 2003
Jean Delatour team rider Jean-Patrick Nazon (L) of France sprints to
the finish to win the twentieth...
Paris, France (French Republic)
STAGE WINNER JEAN-PATRICK NAZON OF FRANCE SPRINTS TO THE FINISH OF THE
TOUR DE FRANCE.
Jean Delatour team rider Jean-Patrick Nazon (L) of France sprints to
the finish to win the twentieth stage with Credit Agricole team rider
Jans Voigt (2nd L),FDjeux team rider Baden Cooke (2nd R) of Australia
and Lotto team rider Robbie McEwen (R) of Australia at the finish in
the Tour de France cycling race in Paris, July 27,2003. Cooke won the
Green Jersey for Best Sprinter as US Postal team's Lance Armstrong of
the USA won the 100th anniversary Tour de France, and becomes the
fifth, five-time winner of the tour along with Jacques Anquetil of
France, Eddy Merckx of Belgium, Bernard Hinault of France and Miguel
Indurain of Spain. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

JES
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRMV1M
July 27, 2003
AUSTRALIANS BADEN COOKE AND ROBBIE MCEWEN TOUCH SHOULDERS AS THEY
SPRINT AT THE FINISH OF THE TOUR DE...
Paris, France (French Republic)
AUSTRALIANS BADEN COOKE AND ROBBIE MCEWEN TOUCH SHOULDERS AS THEY
SPRINT AT THE FINISH OF THE TOUR ......
AUSTRALIANS BADEN COOKE AND ROBBIE MCEWEN TOUCH SHOULDERS AS THEY
SPRINT AT THE FINISH OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRMV15
July 27, 2003
Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates after winning the Green Jersey for Best
Sprinter in the Tour de...
Paris, France (French Republic)
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES BEST SPRINTER JERSEY AFTER 2003
TOUR DE FRANCE.
Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates after winning the Green Jersey for Best
Sprinter in the Tour de France cycling race in Paris, July 27,2003. US
Postal team's Lance Armstrong of the USA won the 100th anniversary Tour de
France, and becomes the fifth, five-time winner of the tour along with
Jacques Anquetil of France, Eddy Merckx of Belgium, Bernard Hinault of
France and Miguel Indurain of Spain. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PP03070075

JES
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRMV0R
July 27, 2003
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE TOUR...
Paris, France (French Republic)
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE ......
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRMV0K
July 27, 2003
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE TOUR...
Paris, France (French Republic)
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE ......
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA DRINKS CHAMPAGNE AFTER WINNING THE GREEN
JERSEY FOR BEST SPRINTER IN THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.
SPORTS CYCLING TOUR
RTRMV05
July 27, 2003
AUSTRALIANS BADEN COOKE AND ROBBIE MCEWEN TOUCH SHOULDERS AS THEY
SPRINT AT THE FINISH OF THE TOUR DE...
Paris, France (French Republic)
AUSTRALIANS BADEN COOKE AND ROBBIE MCEWEN TOUCH SHOULDERS AS THEY
SPRINT AT THE FINISH OF THE TOUR ......
AUSTRALIANS BADEN COOKE AND ROBBIE MCEWEN TOUCH SHOULDERS AS THEY
SPRINT AT THE FINISH OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
TDF12D
RTRMHCR
July 17, 2003
US POSTAL TEAM RIDER LANCE ARMSTRONG OF THE USA TALKS WITH FDJEUX TEAM RIDER
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA...
Toulouse, France
US POSTAL TEAM RIDER LANCE ARMSTRONG OF THE USA TALKS WITH FDJEUX
TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF ...
US POSTAL TEAM RIDER LANCE ARMSTRONG OF THE USA TALKS WITH FDJEUX TEAM RIDER
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA AS THEY RIDE TOGETHER DURING THE ELEVENTH STAGE OF
THE TOUR DE FRANCE.

IBanesto team rider Juan Antonio Flecha wins the 153,5km eleventh stage of
the Tour de France cycling race between Narbonne and Toulouse July 17, 2003.
Armstrong retained the overall race leader's yellow jersey. PP03070064
REUTERS/Vincent Kessler EG/
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM6K3
July 08, 2003
FDJeux team riders Bradley McGee of Australia (L), wearing the leader's
yellow jersey, and team mate...
Charleville-Mezieres, France (French Republic)
BRADLEY MCGEE AND BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA PREPARE FOR START OF THE
THIRD STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE....
FDJeux team riders Bradley McGee of Australia (L), wearing the leader's
yellow jersey, and team mate Baden Cooke (R) sit in their van before
the start of the 167.5-km third stage of the Tour de France cycling
race between Charleville-Mezieres and Saint Dizier July 8, 2003.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/JES
ARMSTRONG
RTXM1UF
July 07, 2003
Four-time Tour winner US Postal rider Lance Armstrong drinks after the 204.5-km second stage of the tour...
Sedan, France
Four-time Tour winner US Postal rider Lance Armstrong drinks after the 204.5-km second stage of the .....
Four-time Tour winner US Postal rider Lance Armstrong drinks after the 204.5-km second stage of the tour de France from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. [FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia won the stage in a mass sprint and FDJeux team rider Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains his leader's yellow jersey.]
ARMSTRONG
RTXM1UE
July 07, 2003
Four-time Tour winner US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong drinks after the 204.5 Km second stage of...
Sedan, France
Four-time Tour winner US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong drinks after the 204.5 Km second stage of.....
Four-time Tour winner US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong drinks after the 204.5 Km second stage of the tour de France from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. [FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia won the stage in a mass sprint and FDJeux team rider Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains his leader's yellow jersey.]
FINOT
RTXM1UD
July 07, 2003
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot of France cries as he holds his son after a 190-km breakaway...
Sedan, France
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot of France cries as he holds his son after a 190-km breakaway.....
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot of France cries as he holds his son after a 190-km breakaway in the 204.5-km second stage of the Tour de France cycling race from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. [FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia won the stage in a mass sprint and FDJeux team rider Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains his leader's yellow jersey.]
FINOT
RTXM1UC
July 07, 2003
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot (L) of France weeps as he is comforted by his wife (C) and his...
Sedan, France
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot (L) of France weeps as he is comforted by his wife (C) and h.....
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot (L) of France weeps as he is comforted by his wife (C) and his son after a 190-km breakaway in the 204.5-km second stage of the Tour de France cycling race from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. [FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia won the stage in a mass sprint and FDJeux team rider Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains his leader's yellow jersey.]
COOKE
RTXM1UA
July 07, 2003
FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates on the podium after winning in a mass sprint the...
Sedan, France
FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates on the podium after winning in a mass sprint t.....
FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia celebrates on the podium after winning in a mass sprint the 204.5 km second stage of the Tour de France cycling race from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. [FDJeux team rider Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains the leader's yellow jersey.]
Mc EWEN
RTXM1U9
July 07, 2003
Domo team rider Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia celebrates his best climber jersey on the podium of the 204.5...
Sedan, France
Domo team rider Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia celebrates his best climber jersey on the podium of the .....
Domo team rider Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia celebrates his best climber jersey on the podium of the 204.5 km second stage of the Tour de France cycling race from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. [FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia won the stage in a mass sprint and FDJeux team rider Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains his leader's yellow jersey.]
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXM1U8
July 07, 2003
FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke (L) of Australia celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the 204.5 km second...
Sedan, France
FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke (L) of Australia celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the 204.5 km s.....
FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke (L) of Australia celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the 204.5 km second stage of the Tour de France cycling race from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. Telekom team rider Erik Zabel (R) of Germany took fourth place. [FDJeux team rider Bradley McGee of Australia retains the leader's yellow jersey.]
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRRTZB
July 07, 2003
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM6HL
July 07, 2003
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM6B8
July 07, 2003
Four-time Tour winner US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong drinks after
the 204.5 Km second stage of...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
US POSTAL RIDER LANCE ARMSTRONG OF USA DRINKS AFTER THE 204.5-KM SECOND
STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE....
Four-time Tour winner US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong drinks after
the 204.5 Km second stage of the tour de France from La
Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7, 2003. FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke
of Australia won the stage in a mass sprint and FDJeux team rider
Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains his leader's yellow jersey.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

JNA/JES
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM6AQ
July 07, 2003
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot of France cries as he holds his
son after a 190-km breakaway...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
JEAN DELATOUR TEAM RIDER FREDERIC FINOT CRIES IN SEDAN.
Jean Delatour team rider Frederic Finot of France cries as he holds his
son after a 190-km breakaway in the 204.5-km second stage of the Tour
de France cycling race from La Ferte-sous-Jouarre to Sedan July 7,
2003. FDJeux team rider Baden Cooke of Australia won the stage in a
mass sprint and FDJeux team rider Bradley Mc Gee of Australia retains
his leader's yellow jersey. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

JNA/JES
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM69M
July 07, 2003
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES ON THE PODIUM
AFTER WINNING IN A MASS SPRINT...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES ON THE PODIUM
AFTER WINNING IN A MASS SPRINT...
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES ON THE PODIUM
AFTER WINNING IN A MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 KM SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE
FRANCE CYCLING RACE.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM691
July 07, 2003
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES HIS WIN ON THE
PODIUM IN THE 204.5 KM SECOND...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES HIS WIN ON THE
PODIUM IN THE 204.5 KM SECOND...
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES HIS WIN ON THE
PODIUM IN THE 204.5 KM SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM68V
July 07, 2003
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM68Q
July 07, 2003
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND...
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES AS HE WINS IN A
MASS SPRINT THE 204.5 SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM68G
July 07, 2003
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA WINS IN A MASS SPRINT THE
204.5 SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Sedan, France (French Republic)
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA WINS IN A MASS SPRINT THE
204.5 SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR...
FD JEUX TEAM RIDER BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA WINS IN A MASS SPRINT THE
204.5 SECOND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
RTR1402T
June 25, 2003
Baden Cooke celebrates as he crosses the finish line of the ninth and
final stage of the Tour de Suisse...
New Zealand
BADEN COOKE OF AUSTRALIA WINS THE NINTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE SUISSE IN AARAU.
Baden Cooke celebrates as he crosses the finish line of the ninth and
final stage of the Tour de Suisse in Aarau, Switzerland, June 25,
2003. Cooke won the 151-kilometre stage ahead of Alexandre Moos of
Switzerland and Julian Dean of New Zealand. REUTERS/Andre Albrecht

AA/HM/
SPORT CYCLING
RTR12UPE
March 26, 2003
Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia holds up his trophy as he stands on the
podium with his son Newen after...
Waregem, Belgium
MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA WINS THE 58TH DWARS DOOR VLAANDEREN CYCLING RACE
IN WAREGEM.
Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia holds up his trophy as he stands on the
podium with his son Newen after winning the 58th Dwars Door
Vlaanderen/A Travers les Flandres cycling race in Waregem northern
Belgium March 26, 2003. Mc Ewen won the 200 km race ahead of compatriot
Baden Cooke in second and Max Van Heeswijk of the Netherlands who took
the third place. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

THR
SPORT CYCLING
RTR12UPB
March 26, 2003
Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia celebrates as he wins the 58th Dwars Door
Vlaanderen/A Travers les Flandres...
Waregem, Belgium
MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA WINS THE 58TH DWARS DOOR VLAANDEREN CYCLING RACE
IN WAREGEM.
Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia celebrates as he wins the 58th Dwars Door
Vlaanderen/A Travers les Flandres cycling race in Waregem northern
Belgium March 26, 2003. Mc Ewen won the 200 km race ahead of compatriot
Baden Cooke in second and Max Van Heeswijk of the Netherlands who took
the third place. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

THR
SPORT CYCLING
RTR12UP7
March 26, 2003
Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia celebrates as he wins the 58th Dwars Door
Vlaanderen/A Travers les Flandres...
Waregem, Belgium
MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA WINS THE 58TH DWARS DOOR VLAANDEREN CYCLING RACE
IN WAREGEM.
Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia celebrates as he wins the 58th Dwars Door
Vlaanderen/A Travers les Flandres cycling race in Waregem northern
Belgium March 26, 2003. Mc Ewen won the 200 km race ahead of compatriot
Baden Cooke in second and Max Van Heeswijk of the Netherlands who took
the third place. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

THR
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXGUU
July 11, 2002
TEAM TELEKOM RIDER ERIK ZABEL OF GERMANY SPRINTS TO THE FINISH OF THE
FIFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE...
Rouen, France
TEAM TELEKOM RIDER ERIK ZABEL OF GERMANY SPRINTS TO THE FINISH OF THE
FIFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE ......
TEAM TELEKOM RIDER ERIK ZABEL OF GERMANY SPRINTS TO THE FINISH OF THE
FIFTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Team Telekom rider Erik Zabel of Germany (C), wearing the Green jersey,
sprints with Lotto rider Robbie McEwen ((2nd-R) of Australia, Stuart
O"Grady of Australia (R), Baden Cooke of Australia (2nd-L) and Nico
Mattau of Belgium (L) at the end of the 195km fifth stage of the 89th
Tour de France cycling race from Soissons to Rouen July 11, 2002. AG2R
Prevoyance team rider Jaan Kirsipuu of Estonia won the stage.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
SPORT CYCLING
RTRWI79
June 09, 2002
Bradley McGee of Australia in action to clock the best time of the
individual time trial in the 3.6...
Lyon, France
BRADLEY MCGEE OF AUSTRALIA IN ACTION TO WIN PROLOGUE OF DAUPHINE LIBERE
CYCLING RACE.
Bradley McGee of Australia in action to clock the best time of the
individual time trial in the 3.6 km prologue of the Dauphine Libere
cycling race in Lyon June 9, 2002. His teammate Baden Cooke is second
placed and Steffen Kjaergaard of Norway is third. REUTERS/Robert
Pratta

RP/CMC
SPORT CYCLING
RTRWI6S
June 09, 2002
BRADLEY MCGEE OF AUSTRALIA ADJUSTS HIS CAP ON THE PODIUM AFTER HE WON
THE PROLOGUE OF THE DAUPHINE LIBERE...
Lyon, France
BRADLEY MCGEE OF AUSTRALIA ADJUSTS HIS CAP ON THE PODIUM AFTER HE WON
THE PROLOGUE OF THE DAUPHINE ......
BRADLEY MCGEE OF AUSTRALIA ADJUSTS HIS CAP ON THE PODIUM AFTER HE WON
THE PROLOGUE OF THE DAUPHINE LIBERE CYCLING RACE.


Bradley McGee of Australia adjusts his cap on the podium after he won
the individual against the clock prologue of the Dauphine Libere
cycling race June 9, 2002. His teammate Baden Cooke classed second and
Steffen Kjaergaard of Norway classed third. REUTERS/Robert Pratta
SPORT CYCLING
RTRU7U1
March 27, 2002
Hungarian Lazlo Bodrogi (L), Australian Baden Cooke (C) and Belgian Jo
Planckaert (R) stand on the podium...
Waregem, Belgium
AUSTRALIAN BADEN COOKE WINS THE DWARS DOOR VLAANDEREN CYCLING RACE IN
WAREGEM.
Hungarian Lazlo Bodrogi (L), Australian Baden Cooke (C) and Belgian Jo
Planckaert (R) stand on the podium after the Dwars door Vlaanderen / A
travers des Flandres cycling race in Waregem March 27, 2002. Cooke won
the race ahead of Bodrogi, second and Planckaert who took the third
place. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

THR
SPORT CYCLING
RTRU7TS
March 27, 2002
Australian Baden Cooke raises his trophy as he stands on the podium
after winning the Dwars door Vlaanderen...
Waregem, Belgium
AUSTRALIAN BADEN COOKE WINS THE DWARS DOOR VLAANDEREN CYCLING RACE IN
WAREGEM.
Australian Baden Cooke raises his trophy as he stands on the podium
after winning the Dwars door Vlaanderen / A travers des Flandres
cycling race in Waregem March 27, 2002. Cooke won the race ahead of
Hungarian Lazlo Bodrogi, second and Belgian Jo Planckaert who took the
third place. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

THR/CLH/
SPORT CYCLING
RTRU7TJ
March 27, 2002
Australian Baden Cooke raises his arms as he crosses the finishing line
of the Dwars door Vlaanderen...
Waregem, Belgium
AUSTRALIAN BADEN COOKE WINS THE DWARS DOOR VLAANDEREN CYCLING RACE IN
WAREGEM.
Australian Baden Cooke raises his arms as he crosses the finishing line
of the Dwars door Vlaanderen / A travers des Flandres cycling race in
Waregem March 27, 2002. Cooke won the race ahead of Hungarian Lazlo
Bodrogi, second and Belgian Jo Planckaert who took the third place.
REUTERS/Thierry Roge REUTERS

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March 27, 2002
Australian Baden Cooke raises his arms as he crosses the finishing line
of the Dwars door Vlaanderen...
Waregem, Belgium
AUSTRALIAN BADEN COOKE WINS THE DWARS DOOR VLAANDEREN CYCLING RACE IN
WAREGEM.
Australian Baden Cooke raises his arms as he crosses the finishing line
of the Dwars door Vlaanderen / A travers des Flandres cycling race in
Waregem March 27, 2002. Cooke won the race ahead of Hungarian Lazlo
Bodrogi, second and Belgian Jo Planckaert who took the third place.
REUTERS/Thierry Roge

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