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SOCCER/
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April 14, 2009
Bolivia's Universitario de Sucre soccer players Sacha Lima (20), Nicolas Raimondi and Vanderlei Dos Santos...
Quito, Ecuador
Bolivia's Universitario de Sucre players celebrate after scoring against Ecuador's Deportivo Quito during...
Bolivia's Universitario de Sucre soccer players Sacha Lima (20), Nicolas Raimondi and Vanderlei Dos Santos (3) celebrate after scoring against Ecuador's Deportivo Quito during their Copa Libertadores qualifier match in Quito April 14, 2009. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR SPORT SOCCER)
BRAZIL/
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December 31, 2008
Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima of Brazil holds a trophy after he finished the 84th Sao Silvestre race in...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima of Brazil holds a trophy after finishing the 84th Sao Silvestre race in Sao...
Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima of Brazil holds a trophy after he finished the 84th Sao Silvestre race in Sao Paulo, December 31, 2008. Cordeiro receives the trophy in tribute of his last participation in the annual race. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
PANAMERICAN-CEREMONY/
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July 13, 2007
Flag bearer Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima leads the Brazilian delegation around the track during the opening...
Rio De Janiero, Brazil
Flag bearer de Lima leads the Brazilian delegation around the track during the opening ceremony of the...
Flag bearer Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima leads the Brazilian delegation around the track during the opening ceremony of the Pan American Games at Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
PANAMERICAN-CEREMONY/
RTR1RTND
July 13, 2007
Brazil's flag bearer and marathon runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima leads his country's delegation during...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazil's flag bearer and marathon runner de Lima leads his country's delegation during opening ceremony...
Brazil's flag bearer and marathon runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima leads his country's delegation during the opening ceremony of the Pan American Games in Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
PANAMERICAN-CEREMONY/
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July 13, 2007
Brazil's flag bearer, marathon runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima, leads his country's delegation during...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazil's flag bearer, marathon runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima, leads his country's delegation during...
Brazil's flag bearer, marathon runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima, leads his country's delegation during the opening ceremonies of the Pan American Games in Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
PANAMERICAN-CEREMONY/
RTR1RTN1
July 13, 2007
Flag bearer Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima leads the Brazilian delegation around the track during the opening...
Rio De Janiero, Brazil
Flag bearer Cordeiro de Lima leads the Brazilian delegation around the track during the opening ceremony...
Flag bearer Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima leads the Brazilian delegation around the track during the opening ceremony of the Pan American Games inside Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR1RP65
July 10, 2007
A girl stands near a mural of Brazilian runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima painted to celebrate the Pan...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A girl stands near a mural of Brazilian runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima painted to celebrate the Pan...
A girl stands near a mural of Brazilian runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima painted to celebrate the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro July 10, 2007. Brazil will host the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro from July 13 to 29. The words on the wall read 'the flag bearer runner'. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
DH
RTRRQ8J
March 08, 2005
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi holds a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament presented to him by Brazilian...
Tokyo
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi holds a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament presented to him by ......
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi holds a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament presented to him by Brazilian runner De Lima in Tokyo. Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) holds a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament presented to him by Brazilian marathon runner and 2004 Athens Olympic bronze medalist Vanderlei De Lima at his official residence in Tokyo March 8, 2005. De Lima was in Japan to run at the Lake Biwa Marathon in Otsu city on Sunday but pulled out after the 33-kilometre mark with an abdominal strain. REUTERS/Shizuo Kambayashi/Pool
DH
RTRRQ8C
March 08, 2005
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi receives a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament from Brazilian marathon...
Tokyo
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi receives a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament from Brazilian ......
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi receives a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament from Brazilian marathon runner de Lima. Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) receives a Brazilian flag and an amethyst ornament from Brazilian marathon runner and 2004 Athens Olympic bronze medalist Vanderlei De Lima at his official residence in Tokyo March 8, 2005. De Lima was in Japan to run at the Lake Biwa Marathon in Otsu city on Sunday but pulled out after the 33-kilometre mark with an abdominal strain. REUTERS/Shizuo Kambayashi/Pool
BRAZIL
RTXN2N2
December 08, 2004
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas (L), who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima (R) when former...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas (L), who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima (R) when f.....
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas (L), who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima (R) when former Irish priest [Cornelius Horan] attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, waves to public with Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro, December 7, 2004. Kossivas was invited to Brazil's top sports awards ceremony to receive a special tribute and meet De Lima.
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RTRZTT2
December 07, 2004
Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima shows his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports awards...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima shows his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports ......
Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima shows his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio. Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima shows his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro, December 7, 2004. Lima was interfered with by an Irish priest in the Olympic men's marathon in Greece last August, at a time when he was leading the race. Lima finished in third place to take the bronze, and was chosen the best Brazilian athlete of the year during the awards event. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos
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RTRZTSI
December 07, 2004
Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima kisses his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports awards...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima kisses his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports ......
Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima kisses his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio. Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima kisses his medal Pierre de Coubertin during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro, December 7, 2004. Lima was interfered with by an Irish priest in the Olympic men's marathon in Greece last August at a time when he was leading the race. Lima finished in third place to take the bronze, and chosen the best Brazilian athlete of the year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos
BD
RTRZTRJ
December 07, 2004
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in ......
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro. Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas (L), who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima (R) when former Irish priest Cornelius Horan attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, embraces Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro, December 7, 2004. Kossivas was invited to Brazil's top sports awards ceremony to receive a special tribute and meet De Lima. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos
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RTRZTRE
December 07, 2004
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in ......
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro. Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas (L), who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima (R) when former Irish priest Cornelius Horan attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, waves to public with Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro, December 7, 2004. Kossivas was invited to Brazil's top sports awards ceremony to receive a special tribute and meet De Lima. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos
BD
RTRZTR9
December 07, 2004
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in ......
Greek citizen Kossivas and Brazilian Runner Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro. Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas (L), who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima (R) when former Irish priest Cornelius Horan attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, receive a special tribute of the Vanderlei de Lima during Brazil's top sports awards in Rio de Janeiro, December 7, 2004. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos
BRAZIL
RTRZOZ5
December 04, 2004
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Kossivas faces photographers in Rio de Janeiro.
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish priest Cornelius Horan attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, faces photographers on Copacabana beach after a news conference in Rio de Janeiro, December 4, 2004. Kossivas was invited to Brazil's top sports awards ceremony to receive a special tribute and meet de Lima. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes REUTERS SM/SV
BRAZIL
RTRZOYZ
December 04, 2004
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Kossivas poses in Rio de Janeiro.
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish priest Cornelius Horan attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, kisses a Brazilian flag on Copacabana beach after a news conference in Rio de Janeiro, December 4, 2004. Kossivas was invited to Brazil's top sports awards ceremony to receive a special tribute and meet De Lima. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/SV
BRAZIL
RTRZOYT
December 04, 2004
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Kossivas poses in Rio de Janeiro.
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish priest Cornelius Horan attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, poses with a Brazilian flag on Copacabana beach after a news conference in Rio de Janeiro, December 4, 2004. Kossivas was invited to Brazil's top sports awards ceremony to receive a special tribute and meet de Lima. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/SV
BRAZIL
RTRZOYO
December 04, 2004
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Greek citizen Kossivas poses in Rio de Janeiro.
Greek citizen Polyvios Kossivas, who helped rescue Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima when former Irish priest Cornelius Horan attacked him as he led the marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games last August 29, poses with a Brazilian flag on Copacabana beach after a news conference in Rio de Janeiro, December 4, 2004. Kossivas was invited to Brazil's top sports awards ceremony to receive a special tribute and meet De Lima. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes REUTERS SM/SV
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRZFYD
November 26, 2004
Italy's Stefano Baldini (L) and Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil give the thumbs up during a news conference...
Milan, Italy
Italy's Stefano Baldini and Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil give the thumbs up during news conference in...
Italy's Stefano Baldini (L) and Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil give the thumbs up during a news conference in Milan November 26, 2004. Baldini and Lima, who met for the fist time after Athens 2004 Olympic Games, when Lima was grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon, will take part to the Milano City Marathon 2004 on Sunday November 28. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca TG/GB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRXBO4
September 04, 2004
Brazilian soccer players pose with Brazilian Olympic marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima (R, stooping)...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer players pose with Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima in Sao Paulo.
Brazilian soccer players pose with Brazilian Olympic marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima (R, stooping) at Morumbi stadium in Sao Paulo, September 4, 2004. Lima was interfered with by aN Irish priest in the men's marathon at a time when he was leading the race. Lima finished in third place to take the bronze. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos BD/HB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRXBNB
September 04, 2004
Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima is grabbed by Brazilian Technical coordinator Mario Jorge...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian runner Vanderlei is grabbed by soccer coordinator Zagallo at Morumbi Station in Sao Paulo.
Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima is grabbed by Brazilian Technical coordinator Mario Jorge Zagallo as players looks on at Morumbi Station in Sao Paulo, September 4, 2004. Lima was interfered with by a Irish priest in the Olympic men's marathon at a time when he was leading the race. Lima finished in third place to take the bronze. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos bd/HB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRXBN1
September 04, 2004
Brazilian soccer players holds up Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima at Morumbi station in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer players holds up Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima in Sao Paulo.
Brazilian soccer players holds up Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima at Morumbi station in Sao Paulo, Sptember 4, 2004. Lima was interfered with by an Irish priest in the men's marathon at a time when he was leading the race. Lima finished in third place to take the bronze. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos BD/HB
BRAZIL OLYMPICS
RTRX82M
September 01, 2004
Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima is welcomed by fans prior to a press conference in Sao Paulo,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bazilian Olympic marathon runner Lima is welcomed in Sao Paulo.
Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima is welcomed by fans prior to a press conference in Sao Paulo, September 1, 2004. Lima was interferred with by a Irish priest on the men's marathon at the Athens Summer Olympic games, at a time when he was leading the race. Lima finished in third place to take the bronze. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/GN
BRAZIL OLYMPICS
RTRX82G
September 01, 2004
Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima kisses his bronze medal form the Summer Olympics during a...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bazilian marathon runner Lima kisses his Olympics marathon bronze medal in Sao Paulo.
Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima kisses his bronze medal form the Summer Olympics during a press conference in Sao Paulo, September 1, 2004. Lima was interferred with by a Irish priest in the men's marathon at a time when he was leading the race. Lima finished in third place to take the bronze. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/GN
BALDINI
RTXMWNW
August 29, 2004
Italy's Stefano Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games,...
Athens, Greece
Italy's Stefano Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Game.....
Italy's Stefano Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games, August 29, 2004. [Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon on Sunday, the final event of the Games.]
LIMA
RTXMWMG
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator (C) while leading the men's Olympic marathon...
Athens, Greece
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator (C) while leading the men's Olympic m.....
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator (C) while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. [De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after.]
OLYMPICS
RTRX5YM
August 29, 2004
An athlete runs past a statue during his last lap in the men's marathon of the Athens Olympic Games August...
Athens
Best of Athens 2004.
An athlete runs past a statue during his last lap in the men's marathon of the Athens Olympic Games August 29, 2004. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon on Sunday, the final event of the Games. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj DS/DL/MD
ATHENS
RTRX5Y8
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Best of Athens 2004.
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich JFL/DL/THI
OLYMPICS MARATHON
RTRX4WB
August 29, 2004
A lone spectator is detained by spectators and policeman after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
A lone spectator is detained by spectators and policeman after grabbing Brazilian Lima during ...
A lone spectator is detained by spectators and policeman after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens 2004 Olympics. Former Irish priest Cornelius Horan (C) is detained by spectators and a police officer after grabbing Brazilian marathoner Vanderlei De Lima, who was leading the men's Olympic marathon in Athens, August 29, 2004. De Lima, who was pushed off the road, rejoined the race holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini, who won the race. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4UW
August 29, 2004
Brazil's Vanderlei de Lima cools off during men's marathon of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 29,...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
De Lima of Brazil cools off during marathon of Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Brazil's Vanderlei de Lima cools off during men's marathon of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 29, 2004. De Lima will be presented with a medal named after the founder of the modern Olympics in recognition of his "exceptional demonstration of fair play and Olympic values", the IOC said. A former Irish priest pushed De Lima off the road when he was leading the Olympic marathon on Sunday, almost certainly costing him victory in the last event of the 16-day Games. The Brazilian finished third to take bronze. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/DL
OLYMPICS
RTRX4TF
August 29, 2004
A lone spectator is arrested by a policeman after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
A lone spectator is arrested by a policeman after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens ......
A lone spectator is arrested by a policeman after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens 2004 Olympics. A lone spectator is arrested by a policeman after grabbing Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei De Lima while leading the men's Olympic marathon August 29, 2004. De Lima who was pushed off the road, rejoined the race holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini, who won the race. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
OLYMPICS
RTRX4RX
August 29, 2004
A lone spectator being detained by spectators and policemen after attacked Brazilian Lima during marathon...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
A lone spectator being detained by spectators and policemen after attacked Brazilian Lima during ...
A lone spectator being detained by spectators and policemen after attacked Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens 2004 Olympics. A spectator is detained by a policeman after grabbing Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei De Lima while leading the men's Olympic marathon August 29, 2004.De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4R7
August 29, 2004
Brazil's Vanderlei Lima runs during the men's marathon race at the Olympic Games in downtown Athens,...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Brazil's Vanderlei Lima runs during the men's marathon race in Athens.
Brazil's Vanderlei Lima runs during the men's marathon race at the Olympic Games in downtown Athens, August 29, 2004. De Lima of Brazil was grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon on Sunday. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/AA
OLYMPICS
RTRX4QO
August 29, 2004
A lone spectator is pushed into a police car after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
A lone spectator is pushed into a police car after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens...
A lone spectator is pushed into a police car after grabbing Brazilian Lima during marathon of Athens 2004 Olympics. A spectator is pushed into a police car after grabbing Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei De Lima while leading the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games in Athens August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
OLYMPICS MARTHON
RTRX4PT
August 29, 2004
Italy's Stefano Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Italy's Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Italy's Stefano Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon on Sunday, the final event of the Games. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen JFL/DL
OLYMPICS MARATHON
RTRX4PO
August 29, 2004
Fans applaud Lima of Brazil as he approaches Athens' Panathinaiko stadium during marathon of Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Fans applaud Lima of Brazil as he approaches Athens' Panathinaiko stadium during marathon of Athens ......
Fans applaud Lima of Brazil as he approaches Athens' Panathinaiko stadium during marathon of Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Fans applaud Brazil's Vanderlei Lima on his way to winning a bronze medal in the men's marathon of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 29, 2004. De Lima was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the final event of the Games. He got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini, who won the race. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
OLYMPICS MARTHON
RTRX4PC
August 29, 2004
Brasil's Vanderlei Lima reacts after winning the bronze medal at the men's marathon at the Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Brasil's Vanderlei Lima reacts after the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Brasil's Vanderlei Lima reacts after winning the bronze medal at the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 29, 2004. De Lima was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the marathon on Sunday, the final event of the Games. He got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini, who won the race after. REUTERS/David Gray JFL/SV
OLYMPICS MARATHON
RTRX4ON
August 29, 2004
Brazil's Lima Vanderlei crosses the finish line to win the bronze medal in the men's marathon of the...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Brasil's Lima Vanderlei crosses finish line to win bronze medal in men's marathon of Athens Olympic Games....
Brazil's Lima Vanderlei crosses the finish line to win the bronze medal in the men's marathon of the Athens Olympic Games August 29, 2004. De Lima was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the race on Sunday. He got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to eventual winner Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
OLYMPICS
RTRX4OG
August 29, 2004
An athlete runs past a statue during his last lap in men's marathon of Athens Olympic Games August 29,...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
An athlete passes by a statue during his last lap in men's marathon of Athens Olympic Games.
An athlete runs past a statue during his last lap in men's marathon of Athens Olympic Games August 29, 2004. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon on Sunday, the final event of the Games. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the month August 2004 DS/DL
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4NN
August 29, 2004
Meb Keflezighi of the U.S. crosses the finish line to win silver medal in men's marathon of Athens Olympic...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Meb Keflezighi of the U.S. crosses the finish line to win silver medal in men's marathon of Athens ......
Meb Keflezighi of the U.S. crosses the finish line to win silver medal in men's marathon of Athens Olympic Games. Meb Keflezighi of the U.S. crosses the finish line to win the silver medal in men's marathon of Athens Olympic Games August 29, 2004. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon on Sunday, the final event of the Games. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4N9
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (C) is grabbed by a lone spectator (R) while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4N3
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator (C) while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4MN
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (C) is grabbed by a lone spectator (R) while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4LW
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (C) is grabbed by a lone spectator (R) while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4LO
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (C) is grabbed by a lone spectator (R) while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRX4KJ
August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
ATHENS
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August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. Pictures of the Year 2004 REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
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August 29, 2004
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon ......
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens Olympics. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. De Lima got away and rejoined the race, holding his leg, with around 15 minutes to run but lost the lead to Italian Stefano Baldini soon after. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS MARTHON
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August 29, 2004
Italy's Stefano Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Italy's Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Italy's Stefano Baldini celebrates winning the men's marathon at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 29, 2004. Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil was pushed off the road by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon on Sunday, the final event of the Games. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen JFL/DL
POY
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August 28, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading...
Athens, Greece
Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Vanderlei de Lima of Brazil (L) is grabbed by a lone spectator while leading the men's Olympic marathon during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, on August 29, 2004. De Lima lost his 48-second lead as a result of the agression, was passed twice and able to hold on and win only the bronze medal. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 20, 2003
A file photograph shows protestor Cornelius Horan running onto the track at the Silverstone race circuit...
A file photograph shows protestor Cornelius Horan running onto the track at the Silverstone race circuit...
A file photograph shows protestor Cornelius Horan running onto the track at the Silverstone race circuit during the British Grand Prix. A file photograph shows protestor Cornelius Horan running onto the track at the Silverstone race circuit during the British Grand Prix, in Northamptonshire, central England, July 20, 2003. A former Irish priest pushed Brazil's Vanderlei de Lima off the road when he was leading the Olympic marathon on Sunday, almost certainly costing him victory in the last event of the 16-day Games. A government spokesman said he was a former Irish priest, Cornelius Horan, who interrupted the British Formula One Grand Prix last year by running on to the Silverstone track. REUTERS/Jim Tanner
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