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BRAZIL WEATHER
RTR9NZA 
April 29, 2005 
A young Brazilian surfer flies off a wave while suring at Leblon beach in Rio de Janeiro, April 29, 2005.... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
A young Surfer goes airborne as he flies off a wave in Rio de Janeiro. 
A young Brazilian surfer flies off a wave while suring at Leblon beach in Rio de Janeiro, April 29, 2005. Fall temperatures have ranged into the middle-80's fahrenheit (about 30 degrees Celsius) though heavy seas, scattered thunderstorms and some rain have kept down the normally large crowds to Rio's famous beaches. Surfers have been the exception, attracted to the coastal shores by large waves. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM 
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTR9NVL 
April 29, 2005 
A young Brazilian surfer falls off his board into a big wave wave while suring at Leblon beach in Rio... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Surfer falls off his board on a in a big wave along heavy surf at beaches in Rio de Janeiro. 
A young Brazilian surfer falls off his board into a big wave wave while suring at Leblon beach in Rio de Janeiro, April 29, 2005. Fall temperatures have ranged into the middle-80's fahrenheit (about 30 degrees Celsius) though heavy seas, scattered thunderstorms and some rain have kept down the normally large crowds to Rio's famous beaches. Surfers have been the exception, attracted to the coastal shores by large waves. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM 
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTR9NUX 
April 29, 2005 
A young Brazilian surfer flies off a wave while suring at Leblon beach in Rio de Janeiro, April 29, 2005.... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
A young Surfer goes airborne as he flies off a wave in Rio de Janeiro. 
A young Brazilian surfer flies off a wave while suring at Leblon beach in Rio de Janeiro, April 29, 2005. Fall temperatures have ranged into the middle-80's fahrenheit (about 30 degrees Celsius) though heavy seas, scattered thunderstorms and some rain have kept down the normally large crowds to Rio's famous beaches. Surfers have been the exception, attracted to the coastal shores by large waves. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM 
FEATURE
RTR104P9 
December 17, 2004 
A crowd of surfers all try to catch the same wave during an early morning session off Swami's Beach in... 
Encinitas, USA 
A crowd of surfers try and catch wave as larg swells crowd beaches in California. 
A crowd of surfers all try to catch the same wave during an early morning session off Swami's Beach in Encinitas, California December 17, 2004. Surfers by the hundreds have paddled out to ride unusually large waves created from storm swells out in the pacific ocean. REUTERS/Mike Blake MB 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XWC 
September 03, 2004 
Surfers hitchhike down A1A towards a police road block in Delray Beach as hurricane Frances approaches... 
Bahamas 
Surfers hitch on A1A before hurricane Frances in Florida. 
Surfers hitchhike down A1A towards a police road block in Delray Beach as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances roared through the Bahamas Friday and took aim at the crowded southeast Florida coast, where hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes as much of the state shut down. The weakening but still dangerous hurricane edged closer to Florida with winds of 115 mph (185 kph). Its center was expected to hit the east coast Saturday afternoon but hurricane-force winds would strike well before then, forecasters said. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS/GN 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XO5 
September 03, 2004 
Surfers watch as a cruising yacht passes at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida,... 
Boca Raton, USA 
Surfer watch as cruising yacht passes prior to hurricane Frances in Florida. 
Surfers watch as a cruising yacht passes at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances roared through the Bahamas on Friday and took aim at the crowded southeast Florida coast, where hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes as much of the state shut down. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XND 
September 03, 2004 
Surfer Ryan Patrick surveys the waves at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida,... 
Boca Raton, USA 
Surfer surveys waves out prior to hurricane Frances in Florida. 
Surfer Ryan Patrick surveys the waves at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances roared through the Bahamas on Friday and took aim at the crowded southeast Florida coast, where hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes as much of the state shut down. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XL7 
September 03, 2004 
Surfers survey the waves at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September... 
Bahamas 
Surfers survey waves prior to hurricane Frances in Florida. 
Surfers survey the waves at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances pounded the Bahamas and roared toward the crowded southeast Florida coast on Friday, sending hundreds of thousands of people fleeing their homes and shutting down a large part of the state. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XKM 
September 03, 2004 
Surfer Jerry Gruher runs from a wall of water at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches... 
Boca Raton, USA 
Surfer runs from wave prior to hurricane Frances in Florida. 
Surfer Jerry Gruher runs from a wall of water at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances pounded the Bahamas and roared toward the crowded southeast Florida coast on Friday, sending hundreds of thousands of people fleeing their homes and shutting down a large part of the state. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XJI 
September 03, 2004 
Surfer paddle out at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004.... 
Bahamas 
Surfers paddle out prior to hurricane Frances in Florida. 
Surfer paddle out at the Boca Raton Inlet, as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances pounded the Bahamas and roared toward the crowded southeast Florida coast on Friday, sending hundreds of thousands of people fleeing their homes and shutting down a large part of the state. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XIE 
September 03, 2004 
Two surfers survey the waves at the Boca Raton Inlet as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September... 
Bahamas 
Two surfers survey waves prior to hurricane Frances in Florida. 
Two surfers survey the waves at the Boca Raton Inlet as hurricane Frances approaches Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances pounded the Bahamas and roared toward the crowded southeast Florida coast on Friday, sending hundreds of thousands of people fleeing their homes and shutting down a large part of the state. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9XHR 
September 03, 2004 
A surfer paddles out at the Deerfield pier in Boca Raton, Florida, as hurricane Frances approached Florida,... 
Ft Lauderdale, USA 
A surfer paddles out prior to arrival of hurricane Frances at Boca Raton in Florida. 
A surfer paddles out at the Deerfield pier in Boca Raton, Florida, as hurricane Frances approached Florida, September 3, 2004. Powerful Hurricane Frances roared through the Bahamas Friday and took aim at the crowded southeast Florida coast, where hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes as much of the state shut down. REUTERS/Marc Serota NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE 
GIR
RTR9UV6 
September 02, 2004 
Surfers take to the water off Miami Beach Florida a day before Hurricane Frances is scheduled to make... 
Miami Beach 
Surfers take to the water off Miami Beach Florida a day before Hurricane Frances is scheduled to make... 
Surfers take to the water off Miami Beach Florida a day before Hurricane Frances is scheduled to make land fall. Surfers take to the water and waves off Miami Beach, a day before Hurricane Frances is scheduled to make land fall on south eastern Florida September 2, 2004. More than 1.2 million people in Florida were urged to leave their homes on Thursday as Hurricane Frances roared toward the crowded southeast U.S. coast with enough force to cause major harm. Nine Florida counties ordered evacuations from barrier islands, low-lying coastal areas and mobile homes that could be devastated. Highway tolls were suspended and on the Beeline Expressway in central Florida, lanes were reversed to speed the long lines of traffic fleeing the coast. In the three most populous Florida counties, Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach, authorities told 810,000 people to leave. REUTERS/Gary I Rothstein 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9UUB 
September 02, 2004 
Surfers on Miami Beach apply wax to their boards before going into the water to catch waves being produced... 
Miami Beach 
Miami Beach surfers prepare their boards before catching waves produced by Hurricane Frances. 
Surfers on Miami Beach apply wax to their boards before going into the water to catch waves being produced by Hurricane Frances, September 2, 2004. More than 1.2 million Floridians were urged to leave their homes on Thursday as massive and powerful Hurricane Frances roared toward the crowded southeast U.S. coast. Almost the entire east coast of Florida was under a hurricane warning, just three weeks after Hurricane Charley hit the state's west coast. Frances was a powerful Category 4 storm on the five-step scale of hurricane intensity, the same as Charley, which slammed into southwest Florida on August 13. But Frances was twice as wide and capable of savaging a much broader area. REUTERS/Gary I Rothstein GIR 
WEATHER FRANCES
RTR9URJ 
September 02, 2004 
14-year-old Christer Dee (L) carries his surf board as 15-year-old Johnny Quine age chases his, in the... 
UNITED STATES 
Surfers walk on closed beach prior to hurricane Frances in Florida. 
14-year-old Christer Dee (L) carries his surf board as 15-year-old Johnny Quine age chases his, in the wind along a closed beach in Boca Raton, Florida September 2, 2004. More than 1.2 million Floridians were urged to leave their homes on Thursday as massive and powerful Hurricane Frances roared toward the crowded southeast U.S. coast. Almost the entire east coast of Florida was under a hurricane warning, just three weeks after Hurricane Charley hit the state's west coast. Frances was a powerful Category 4 storm on the five-step scale of hurricane intensity, the same as Charley, which slammed into southwest Florida on August 13. But Frances was twice as wide and capable of savaging a much broader area. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS/GN 
AUSTRALIA
RTRB41O 
January 26, 2004 
Surfboard paddlers are escorted by a kayaket (R) as they race on Sydney Harbour during Australia Day... 
Sydney, Australia 
SURFBOARD PADDLERS RACE ON THE HARBOUR DURING AUSTRALIA DAY CELEBRATIONS IN SYDNEY. 
Surfboard paddlers are escorted by a kayaket (R) as they race on Sydney Harbour during Australia Day ceremonies in Sydney January 26, 2004. Australia's national day, a public holiday, sees the nation partaking in concerts, flypasts, citizenship ceremonies and sporting contests as Australians celebrate the country's nationhood. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Will Burgess PP04030068 WB/PB 
FEATURE
RTRK3G 
July 15, 2003 
Sixteen year-old surfer Andrew Walker, of San Diego, launches off a wave
while surfing in Solana Beach,... 
San Diego, USA 
SURFER LAUNCHES OFF WAVE IN CALIFORNIA. 
Sixteen year-old surfer Andrew Walker, of San Diego, launches off a wave
while surfing in Solana Beach, California July 15, 2003. Surfing is a large
part of the culture in southern California with high schools sponsoring surf
teams and recreational surfers crowding local surf spots on the weekends.
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB/TRA 
SPAIN
RTXLSNW 
February 07, 2003 
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the province of Santander in northern... 
Monte, Spain 
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the province of Santander in north..... 
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the province of Santander in northern Spain February 7, 2003. The oil spill from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing spots - [the Basque coast of south-west France] - where cleanup workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet suits. 
ENVIROMENT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHXFK 
February 07, 2003 
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from the... 
Bermeo, Spain 
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE IN BERMEO.... 
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from the stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo on the Bay of Biscay February 7, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West REUTERS

SP/WS 
ENVIRONMENTAL SPAIN PRESTIGE
RTRHWXK 
February 07, 2003 
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the
province of Santander in northern... 
Monte, Spain 
WORKER CLEANS FUEL FROM STAINED ROCKS IN THE NORTHERN SPANISH COAST. 
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 7, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/ Victor Fraile REUTERS

SP 
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHWWT 
February 06, 2003 
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern... 
Santander, Spain 
A WORKER CLEANS FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON THE VIRGEN DEL MAR COAST. 
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 6, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/Victor Fraile REUTERS

DB 
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHV59 
February 06, 2003 
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken... 
Bermeo, Spain 
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE. 
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo in the Bay of Biscay February 6, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB 
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHV2M 
February 06, 2003 
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken... 
Bermeo, Spain 
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE IN BERMEO.... 
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo on the Bay of Biscay February 6, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB 
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHUTL 
February 06, 2003 
Workers clean fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern... 
Santander, Spain 
WORKERS CLEAN FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON THE VIRGEN DEL MAR COAST IN THE
PROVINCE OF SANTANDER. 
Workers clean fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 6, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB/WS 
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHUTD 
February 06, 2003 
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern... 
Santander, Spain 
A WORKER CLEANS FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON THE VIRGEN DEL MAR COAST. 
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 6, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB 
CALIFORNIA WEATHER
RTRFHHR 
December 16, 2002 
A crowd of surfers gather off Swami's Beach in Encinitas, California as
an approaching storm system... 
San Diego, United States of America 
SURFERS CROWD WATER AS COMING STORM BRINGS WAVES TO CALIFORNIA. 
A crowd of surfers gather off Swami's Beach in Encinitas, California as
an approaching storm system brought waves with swells as high as 15
feet December 16, 2002. The storm system now battering northern
California is expected to bring over an inch of much needed rain to
southern California in the following day. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Mike
Blake

MB 
CALIFORNIA WEATHER
RTRFGZX 
December 16, 2002 
A crowd of surfers gather off Swami's Beach in Encinitas, California as
an approaching storm system... 
San Diego, United States of America 
SURFERS CROWD WATER AS COMING STORM BRINGS WAVES TO CALIFORNIA. 
A crowd of surfers gather off Swami's Beach in Encinitas, California as
an approaching storm system brought waves with swells as high as 15
feet December 16, 2002. The storm system now battering northern
California is expected to bring over an inch of much needed rain to
southern California in the following day. REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB 
WOODSTOCK
RTRQMJ3 
July 24, 1999 
Security pulls in a crowd-surfer out of the mosh pit as the crowd listen to the band "Bush" at the Woodstock... 
Rome, USA 
SECURITY PULLS OUT CROWD SURFER AT WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL. 
Security pulls in a crowd-surfer out of the mosh pit as the crowd listen to the band "Bush" at the Woodstock music and arts festival in Rome early July 24. The 30th anniversary festival, in its second day, is being staged at the former Griffiss Air Force base.

JT/JP/AA 
WOODSTOCK
RTRQMIX 
July 24, 1999 
Security pulls in a crowd-surfer out of the mosh pit as they dance to the band "Bush" at the Woodstock... 
Rome, USA 
RAVE CLAIMS PARTY VICTIMS AT WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL. 
Security pulls in a crowd-surfer out of the mosh pit as they dance to the band "Bush" at the Woodstock music and arts festival in Rome early July 24. The 30th anniversary festival, in its second day, is being staged at the former Griffiss Air Force base.

JT/JP 
WOODSTOCK
RTRQMD0 
July 23, 1999 
A concert goer at the Woodstock music and arts festival in Rome, NY, is thrown high as he crowd-surfs... 
Rome, USA 
CROWD SURFING AT WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL. 
A concert goer at the Woodstock music and arts festival in Rome, NY, is thrown high as he crowd-surfs the audience at the main stage July 23. The 30th anniversary festival is being staged at the former Griffiss Air Force base, with an estimated 300,000 people expected to attend.

JT/ME 
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