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SOUTH AFRICA/
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February 14, 2010
A man walks away from a Valentine's Day message he wrote in the sand at a beach at South Africa's Cape...
Cape Town, South Africa
A man walks away from a Valentine's Day message he wrote in the sand at a beach at South Africa's Cape...
A man walks away from a Valentine's Day message he wrote in the sand at a beach at South Africa's Cape of Good Hope February 14, 2010. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SAFRICA-
RTXQFDD
November 06, 2009
Visitors take in the sights from the battlements of Cape Town's Castle of Good Hope, November 3, 2009....
Cape Town, South Africa
Visitors take in the sights from the battlements of Cape Town's Castle of Good Hope
Visitors take in the sights from the battlements of Cape Town's Castle of Good Hope, November 3, 2009. Cape Town is one of nine South African cities hosting the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-
RTXQFDC
November 06, 2009
Visitors take in the sights from the battlements of Cape Town's Castle of Good Hope, November 3, 2009....
Cape Town, South Africa
Visitors take in the sights from the battlements of Cape Town's Castle of Good Hope
Visitors take in the sights from the battlements of Cape Town's Castle of Good Hope, November 3, 2009. Cape Town is one of nine South African cities hosting the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA
RTXQA4D
November 02, 2009
Tourists walk along cobbled pathways at the Castle of Good Hope,built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch...
Cape Town, South Africa
Tourists walk along cobbled pathways at the Castle of Good Hope
Tourists walk along cobbled pathways at the Castle of Good Hope,built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company, November 2, 2009. The Castle is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. Cape Town is one of nine South African cities hosting the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA SPORT SOCCER)
SOUTH AFRICA/
RTX5FZM
January 11, 2008
An ostrich walks next to the Atlantic Ocean at the Cape of Good Hope December 27, 2007. Picture taken...
Cape Town, South Africa
An ostrich walks next to the Atlantic Ocean at the Cape of Good Hope
An ostrich walks next to the Atlantic Ocean at the Cape of Good Hope December 27, 2007. Picture taken December 27, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXO0NK
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - Aids activist Nomzamo Myande (C) explains how to take antiretroviral medication...
Lusikisiki, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - Aids activist Nomzamo Myande (C) explains how to take antiretroviral medicat.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - Aids activist Nomzamo Myande (C) explains how to take antiretroviral medication to a fellow patient at the Good Hope clinic near the rural town of Lusikisiki in South Africa's impoverished Eastern Cape province November 24, 2005. Health activists say the project, run by medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), serves as a model for tackling the country's raging AIDS epidemic, which the United Nations said in a report released last week showed no signs of abating. South Africa has the world's largest number of AIDS cases, with more than 5 million people infected 10 percent of the population. Picture taken November 24, 2005.
AIDS SAFRICA CLINIC
RTR1BQM2
November 24, 2005
Aids activist Nomzamo Myande (C) explains how to take antiretroviral medication to a fellow patient at...
Lusikisiki, South Africa
Aids activist explains how to take antiretroviral medication to a fellow patient at the Good Hope clinic...
Aids activist Nomzamo Myande (C) explains how to take antiretroviral medication to a fellow patient at the Good Hope clinic near the rural town of Lusikisiki in South Africa's impoverished Eastern Cape province November 24, 2005. Health activists say the project, run by medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), serves as a model for tackling the country's raging AIDS epidemic, which the United Nations said in a report released last week showed no signs of abating. South Africa has the world's largest number of AIDS cases, with more than 5 million people infected -- 10 percent of the population. Picture taken November 24, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
RTXNKME
June 18, 2005
Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at...
York, UK
Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day a.....
Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot at York, June 18, 2005. Around 300,000 people have attended Royal Ascot which has been moved to York racecourse while the Ascot course is redeveloped.
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTRWHL8
June 18, 2005
Ireland's Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot...
York, UK
Ireland's Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal ......
Ireland's Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot at York. Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope (L) to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot at York, June 18, 2005. Around 300,000 people have attended Royal Ascot which has been moved to York racecourse while the Ascot course is redeveloped. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTRWHK6
June 18, 2005
Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at...
York, UK
Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at...
Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot at York. Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope (R) to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes ahead of Galeota (L) ridden by Britain's Ryan Moore on the final day at Royal Ascot at York June 18, 2005. Around 300,000 people have attended Royal Ascot which has been moved to York racecourse while the Ascot course is redeveloped. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTRWHHN
June 18, 2005
Ireland's Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot...
York, UK
Ireland's Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal ......
Ireland's Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot at York. Ireland's Michael Kinane rides Cape of Good Hope to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes on the final day at Royal Ascot at York, June 18, 2005. Around 300,000 people have attended Royal Ascot which has been moved to York racecourse while the Ascot course is redeveloped. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson
SPORTS HONGKONG HORSERACING
RTRZYUH
December 12, 2004
Jockey Felix Coetzee (L), riding Hong Kong horse Silent Witness, leads jockey Mick Kinane riding Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Jockey Coetzee rides Silent Witness to win Hong Kong Sprint in Hong Kong.
Jockey Felix Coetzee (L), riding Hong Kong horse Silent Witness, leads jockey Mick Kinane riding Hong Kong horse Cape of Good Hope, to win the 1,000-metre Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin race track in Hong Kong December 12, 2004. Offering the highest purse anywhere in the world for a 1000-metre turf event, the US$1.28 million race has established a niche in premier horse racing events. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/SH
SOCCER
RTXMLPM
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans celebrate in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 Soccer...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African soccer fans celebrate in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 .....
South African soccer fans celebrate in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup in Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre [to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event.]
SOCCER
RTXMLPL
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer and dance in the streets after the country won the right to host the...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African soccer fans cheer and dance in the streets after the country won the right to host the.....
South African soccer fans cheer and dance in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup, in Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre [to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event.]
SOCCER
RTXMLPK
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, Cape Town May...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, Cape Town Ma.....
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre [to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event.]
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOFI
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004....
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS MH/CRB
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOFB
May 15, 2004
A South African soccer fan is overcome with emotion as she awaits the announcement of the winning bid...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
A South African soccer fan is overcome with emotion as she awaits the announcement of the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup, May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/CRB
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOF5
May 15, 2004
SOUTH AFRICAN FINANCE MINISTER TREVOR MANUEL CELEBRATES AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICAN FINANCE MINISTER TREVOR MANUEL CELEBRATES AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD ...
SOUTH AFRICAN FINANCE MINISTER TREVOR MANUEL CELEBRATES AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED. South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel celebrates as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOF0
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer and dance in the streets after the country won the right to host the...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans cheer and dance in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup, May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/CRB
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOEU
May 15, 2004
SOUTH AFRICAN FINANCE MINISTER TREVOR MANUEL CELEBRATES AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICAN FINANCE MINISTER TREVOR MANUEL CELEBRATES AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD ...
SOUTH AFRICAN FINANCE MINISTER TREVOR MANUEL CELEBRATES AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED. South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel celebrates as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOEF
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, Cape Town May...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS WINNING BID FORBSOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/ACM
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOEA
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans celebrate in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 Soccer...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans celebrate in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup in Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/ACM
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOD5
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004....
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/CRB
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOCS
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer and dance in the streets after the country won the right to host the...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans cheer and dance in the streets after the country won the right to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup, in Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/ACM
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOC1
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, Cape Town May...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/ACM
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOBR
May 15, 2004
A South African soccer fan is overcome with emotion as she awaits the announcement of the winning bid...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED IN.
A South African soccer fan is overcome with emotion as she awaits the announcement of the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup in Cape Town May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS MH/ACM
SAFRICA SOCCER
RTRWOBL
May 15, 2004
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004....
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICANS CELEBRATE AS THE WINNING BID FOR SOCCER'S WORLD CUP IS ANNOUNCED.
South African soccer fans cheer as the winning bid for the 2010 World Cup is announced, May 15, 2004. Thousands of fans packed into Cape Town's Good Hope Centre to watch a live broadcast as FIFA President Sepp Blatter declared South Africa the winning bid to host the showpiece event. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/CRB
THE RACE
RTXK7DL
December 31, 2000
(L-R) French Innovation Explorer catamaran, USA Team Adventure catamaran and Poland Warta-Polpharma catamaran...
Barcelona, Spain
(L-R) French Innovation Explorer catamaran, USA Team Adventure catamaran and Poland Warta-Polpharma .....
(L-R) French Innovation Explorer catamaran, USA Team Adventure catamaran and Poland Warta-Polpharma catamaran cross the start line, in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
THE RACE
RTXK7DK
December 31, 2000
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosset (L) salutes from his catamaran after crosses the start line in front...
Barcelona, Spain
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosset (L) salutes from his catamaran after crosses the start line in .....
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosset (L) salutes from his catamaran after crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
THE RACE
RTXK7DB
December 31, 2000
USA Team adventure catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31,...
Barcelona, Spain
USA Team adventure catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31.....
USA Team adventure catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
THE RACE
RTXK7DA
December 31, 2000
Poland's Warta-Polpharma catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December...
Barcelona, Spain
Poland's Warta-Polpharma catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic Decem.....
Poland's Warta-Polpharma catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
THE RACE
RTXK7D9
December 31, 2000
French Club Med catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000....
Barcelona, Spain
French Club Med catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2.....
French Club Med catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
THE RACE
RTXK7D8
December 31, 2000
USA Playstation catamaran and Innovation Exlorer cross the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic...
Barcelona, Spain
USA Playstation catamaran and Innovation Exlorer cross the start line in front of Barcelona's Port O.....
USA Playstation catamaran and Innovation Exlorer cross the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
SPAIN
RTR12KO9
December 31, 2000
(L-R) French Innovation Exlorer catamaran, French Club Med, USA Team Adventure and Poland Warta-Polpharma...
Barcelona, Spain
INNOVATION EXPLORER, CLUB MED,TEAM ADVENTURE AND WARTA-POLPHARMA ON THE START LINE.
(L-R) French Innovation Exlorer catamaran, French Club Med, USA Team Adventure and Poland Warta-Polpharma catamaran in action in the start line, in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists in a full loop around the Earth, West to East and via the three Great Capes-Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The machines taking part in the Race are capables of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN/CLH/
SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KO3
December 31, 2000
(L-R) French Innovation Exlorer catamaran,French Club Med, USA Team Adventure and Poland Warta-Polpharma...
Barcelona, Spain
INNOVATION EXPLORER, CLUB MED,TEAM ADVENTURE AND WARTA-POLPHARMA ON THE START LINE.
(L-R) French Innovation Exlorer catamaran,French Club Med, USA Team Adventure and Poland Warta-Polpharma catamaran in action at the start line, in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.REUTERS/Str.

GN
SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KNO
December 31, 2000
Some members of Legato's crew work on their catamaran, moored in Barcelona's Port Vell, trying to fix...
Barcelona, Spain
CREW OF BRITISH TEAM LEGATO'S WORK ON THEIR CATAMARAN.
Some members of Legato's crew work on their catamaran, moored in Barcelona's Port Vell, trying to fix the security problems that caused the team's provisional withdrawal. British Team Legato have seven days to solve problems with the boat and try to catch up their competitors in The Race December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KNL
December 31, 2000
French Innovation Explorer catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December...
Barcelona, Spain
FRECH INNOVATION EXPLORER CATAMARAN CROSSES THE START LINE.
French Innovation Explorer catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KNE
December 31, 2000
Poland's Warta-Polpharma catamaran crosses the start line, in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December...
Barcelona, Spain
WARTA-POLPHARMA CROSSES THE START LINE.
Poland's Warta-Polpharma catamaran crosses the start line, in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KNB
December 31, 2000
(L-R) French Innovation Explorer catamaran, USA Team Adventure catamaran and Poland Warta-Polpharma catamaran...
Barcelona, Spain
INNOVATION EXPLORER, TEAM ADVENTURE AND WARTA-POLPHARMA ON THE START LINE.
(L-R) French Innovation Explorer catamaran, USA Team Adventure catamaran and Poland Warta-Polpharma catamaran cross the start line, in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPAIN
RTR12KN8
December 31, 2000
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosset (L) salutes from his catamaran after crosses the start line in front...
Barcelona, Spain
USA PLAYSTATION SKIPPER STEVE FOSSET ON THE START LINE.
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosset (L) salutes from his catamaran after crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPAIN
RTR12KM6
December 31, 2000
USA Team adventure catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31,...
Barcelona, Spain
USA TEAM ADVENTURE ON THE START LINE.
USA Team adventure catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPAIN
RTR12KM0
December 31, 2000
Poland's Warta-Polpharma catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December...
Barcelona, Spain
POLAND WARTA-POLPHARMA ON THE START LINE.
Poland's Warta-Polpharma catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPAIN
RTR12KLX
December 31, 2000
French Club Med catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000....
Barcelona, Spain
CLUB MED CROSSES THE START LINE.
French Club Med catamaran crosses the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
SPAIN
RTR12KLU
December 31, 2000
USA Playstation catamaran and Innovation Exlorer cross the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic...
Barcelona, Spain
PLAYSTATION AND INNOVATION EXPLORER ON THE START LINE.
USA Playstation catamaran and Innovation Exlorer cross the start line in front of Barcelona's Port Olimpic December 31, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

GN
NOVAK
RTXK767
December 30, 2000
Innovation Explorer co-skipper Usa Skip Novak and his wife Elena who is part of the crew before the press...
Barcelona, Spain
Innovation Explorer co-skipper Usa Skip Novak and his wife Elena who is part of the crew before the .....
Innovation Explorer co-skipper Usa Skip Novak and his wife Elena who is part of the crew before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
LEWIS
RTXK765
December 30, 2000
Team Adventure skipper USA Cam Lewis sits in his catamaran with his family, (L-R) sons Paul, Max and...
Barcelona, Spain
Team Adventure skipper USA Cam Lewis sits in his catamaran with his family, (L-R) sons Paul, Max and.....
Team Adventure skipper USA Cam Lewis sits in his catamaran with his family, (L-R) sons Paul, Max and his wife Molly Beau before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000.The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
FOSSE
RTXK764
December 30, 2000
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosse sits in his catamaran before the press conference in Barcelona's...
Barcelona, Spain
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosse sits in his catamaran before the press conference in Barcelona's.....
USA Playstation skipper Steve Fosse sits in his catamaran before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
ALTADILL
RTXK763
December 30, 2000
Club Med crew Spanish Guillermo Altadill before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December...
Barcelona, Spain
Club Med crew Spanish Guillermo Altadill before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell Decem.....
Club Med crew Spanish Guillermo Altadill before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000.The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
DALTON
RTXK762
December 30, 2000
Club Med skipper New Zealander Grant Dalton attends a press conference fro The Race in Barcelona's Port...
Barcelona, Spain
Club Med skipper New Zealander Grant Dalton attends a press conference fro The Race in Barcelona's P.....
Club Med skipper New Zealander Grant Dalton attends a press conference fro The Race in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
THE RACE
RTXK760
December 30, 2000
Team Adventure (top L-R)skipper USA Carl Lewis and his sons Max and Paul, Warta-Polpharma skipper Poland...
Barcelona, Spain
Team Adventure (top L-R)skipper USA Carl Lewis and his sons Max and Paul, Warta-Polpharma skipper Po.....
Team Adventure (top L-R)skipper USA Carl Lewis and his sons Max and Paul, Warta-Polpharma skipper Poland Roman Paszke, Team Legato skipper British Tony Bullimore, Playstation skipper USA Steve Fosset, Innovation Explorer co-skipper USA Skip Novak, (bottom L-R) Club Med skipper New Zealand Grant Dalton, Innovation Explorer skipper French Loick Peyron and CLub Med co-skipper French Franck Proffit pose for photos after a press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.
SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KDC
December 30, 2000
Innovation Explorer crew, with the only woman on board, Italian Elena Novak (first row C) poses for photographers...
Barcelona, Spain
SOME MEMBERS OF THE RACE POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Innovation Explorer crew, with the only woman on board, Italian Elena Novak (first row C) poses for photographers with others members of The Race before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the Earth, West to East and via the three Great Capes-Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The machines taking part in the Race are capables of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circunnavigation in 65 days.

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SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KBM
December 30, 2000
Team Adventure skipper USA Cam Lewis and his son Max listen at Innovation Explorer French Loick Peyron...
Barcelona, Spain
TEAM ADVENTURE SKIPPER USA CAM LEWIS AND INNOVATION EXPLORER FRENCH LOICK PEYRON.
Team Adventure skipper USA Cam Lewis and his son Max listen at Innovation Explorer French Loick Peyron during the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPAIN
RTR12KBE
December 30, 2000
Innovation Explorer co-skipper Usa Skip Novak and his wife Elena who is part of the crew before the press...
Barcelona, Spain
INNOVATION EXPLORER CO-SKIPPER USA SKIP NOVAK AND HIS WIFE ELENA WHO IS PART OF THE CREW.
Innovation Explorer co-skipper Usa Skip Novak and his wife Elena who is part of the crew before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPAIN
RTR12KBA
December 30, 2000
Team Adventure skipper USA Cam Lewis sits in his catamaran with his family, (L-R) sons Paul, Max and...
Barcelona, Spain
TEAM ADVENTURE SKIPPER USA CAM LEWIS AND HIS FAMILY.
Team Adventure skipper USA Cam Lewis sits in his catamaran with his family, (L-R) sons Paul, Max and his wife Molly Beau before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000.The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KB7
December 30, 2000
USA Playstation skipper Steve fosse sits in his catamaran before the press conference in Barcelona's...
Barcelona, Spain
PLAYSTATION SKIPPER USA STEVE FOSSET.
USA Playstation skipper Steve fosse sits in his catamaran before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPAIN
RTR12KAW
December 30, 2000
Club Med crew Spanish Guillermo Altadill before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December...
Barcelona, Spain
CLUB MED CREW SPANISH GUILLERMO ALTADILL.
Club Med crew Spanish Guillermo Altadill before the press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000.The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KAK
December 30, 2000
Club Med skipper New Zealander Grant Dalton attends a press conference fro The Race in Barcelona's Port...
Barcelona, Spain
CLUB MED SKIPPER GRANT DALTON OF NEW ZEALAND IN BARCELONA.
Club Med skipper New Zealander Grant Dalton attends a press conference fro The Race in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPORT YACHTING
RTR12KAA
December 30, 2000
Team Adventure (top L-R)skipper USA Carl Lewis and his sons Max and Paul, Warta-Polpharma skipper Poland...
Barcelona, Spain
THE RACE SKIPPERS AND CO-SKIPPERS POSE FOR PHOTOS IN BARCELONA.
Team Adventure (top L-R)skipper USA Carl Lewis and his sons Max and Paul, Warta-Polpharma skipper Poland Roman Paszke, Team Legato skipper British Tony Bullimore, Playstation skipper USA Steve Fosset, Innovation Explorer co-skipper USA Skip Novak, (bottom L-R) Club Med skipper New Zealand Grant Dalton, Innovation Explorer skipper French Loick Peyron and CLub Med co-skipper French Franck Proffit pose for photos after a press conference in Barcelona's Port Vell December 30, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPAIN
RTR12KC8
December 29, 2000
A sailor from The Race tests rescue equipment in Barcelona's Port Vell late December 29, 2000.The Race...
Barcelona, Spain
A SAILOR FROM THE RACE TESTS RESCUE EQUIPMENT.
A sailor from The Race tests rescue equipment in Barcelona's Port Vell late December 29, 2000.The Race consists of a full loop around the earth from west to east via the three great capes, Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The yachts taking part in The Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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SPORT YACHTING
RTR12JUE
December 28, 2000
Polish crew member Warta Polpharma works on the catamaran boat during preparations ahead of the millennium...
Barcelona, Spain
TEAM ADVENTURE BOAT IS PREPARED FOR MILLENNIUM RACE.
Polish crew member Warta Polpharma works on the catamaran boat during preparations ahead of the millennium yachting race in Barcelona's Port Vell harbour December 28, 2000. The Race consists of a full loop around the Earth, West to East and via the three Great Capes-Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn. The boats taking part in the Race are capable of speeds nearing 40 knots (46 mph) and should complete a circumnavigation in 65 days.

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