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ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6GVH 
November 11, 2015 
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary... 
Moscow, Russia 
A view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow 
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6GDQ 
November 11, 2015 
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific... 
Moscow, Russia 
A security guard walks near a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow 
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6GCX 
November 11, 2015 
A general view shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre... 
Moscow, Russia 
A general view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow 
A general view shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6G69 
November 11, 2015 
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary... 
Moscow, Russia 
A view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow 
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6FYS 
November 11, 2015 
A security guard (R) stops a journalist, who attempts to approach a building of the federal state budgetary... 
Moscow, Russia 
A security guard stops a journalist, who attempts approach a building, which houses a laboratory accredited... 
A security guard (R) stops a journalist, who attempts to approach a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6FY3 
November 11, 2015 
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific... 
Moscow, Russia 
A security guard walks near a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow 
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6FTN 
November 11, 2015 
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary... 
Moscow, Russia 
A view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow 
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION/
RTS6AQK 
November 10, 2015 
People gather near the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia,... 
Moscow, Russia 
People gather near the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow 
People gather near the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia, November 10, 2015. Russia could be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympic Games, after an anti-doping commission report on November 9 alleged widespread corruption and collusion that added up to a state-sponsored drugs culture in a sporting superpower. The commission, set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), found a "deeply rooted culture of cheating" in Russian athletics, which it said Russian state security services colluded with, and also identified what it called systemic failures in the global governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION
RTS6AQI 
November 10, 2015 
Cars drive past the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia, November... 
Moscow, Russia 
Cars drive past the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow 
Cars drive past the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia, November 10, 2015. Russia could be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympic Games, after an anti-doping commission report on November 9 alleged widespread corruption and collusion that added up to a state-sponsored drugs culture in a sporting superpower. The commission, set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), found a "deeply rooted culture of cheating" in Russian athletics, which it said Russian state security services colluded with, and also identified what it called systemic failures in the global governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION
RTS6AQH 
November 10, 2015 
A general view shows the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) (L) in central Moscow, Russia,... 
Moscow, Russia 
A general view shows the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow 
A general view shows the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) (L) in central Moscow, Russia, November 10, 2015. Russia could be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympic Games, after an anti-doping commission report on November 9 alleged widespread corruption and collusion that added up to a state-sponsored drugs culture in a sporting superpower. The commission, set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), found a "deeply rooted culture of cheating" in Russian athletics, which it said Russian state security services colluded with, and also identified what it called systemic failures in the global governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION/AUSTRALIA
RTS696Q 
November 10, 2015 
Kitty Chiller, Chef de Mission of Australia's team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, speaks... 
Sydney, Australia 
Kitty Chiller, Chef de Mission of Australia's team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, speaks to the... 
Kitty Chiller, Chef de Mission of Australia's team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, speaks to the press following doping allegations against Russia in Sydney, November 10, 2015. Australia has backed a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) recommendation that Russia be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympics, after a report alleged systemic state-backed cheating. Both the Australian Olympic Committee and Athletics Australia (AA) said Russian track and field athletes should not be allowed to compete at the Rio de Janeiro Games. Chiller said she hoped the IAAF's new president Sebastian Coe would have the courage to "do what's required". REUTERS/Jason Reed 
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION/AUSTRALIA
RTS696O 
November 10, 2015 
Kitty Chiller, Chef de Mission of Australia's team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, speaks... 
Sydney, Australia 
Kitty Chiller, Chef de Mission of Australia's team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, speaks to the... 
Kitty Chiller, Chef de Mission of Australia's team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, speaks to the press following doping allegations against Russia in Sydney, November 10, 2015. Australia has backed a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) recommendation that Russia be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympics, after a report alleged systemic state-backed cheating. Both the Australian Olympic Committee and Athletics Australia (AA) said Russian track and field athletes should not be allowed to compete at the Rio de Janeiro Games. Chiller said she hoped the IAAF's new president Sebastian Coe would have the courage to "do what's required". REUTERS/Jason Reed 
ATHLETICS-DOPING/DIACK
RTX1OWSH 
August 20, 2015 
A Chinese security personnel sits behind a desk as outgoing President of International Association of... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese security personnel sits behind a desk in Beijing 
A Chinese security personnel sits behind a desk as outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack speaks a news conference in Beijing, August 20, 2015. Lamine has defended the work done by world athletics' governing body to combat doping, saying on Wednesday the organisation had an "unparalleled" record among sports in detecting and punishing drug cheats. REUTERS/Jason Lee
ATHLETICS-DOPING/DIACK
RTX1OWR1 
August 20, 2015 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack attends... 
Beijing, China 
Outgoing President of IAAF Lamine Diack attends a news conference in Beijing 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack attends a news conference in Beijing, August 20, 2015. Lamine has defended the work done by world athletics' governing body to combat doping, saying on Wednesday the organisation had an "unparalleled" record among sports in detecting and punishing drug cheats. REUTERS/Jason Lee
ATHLETICS-DOPING/DIACK
RTX1OWQ2 
August 20, 2015 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Beijing, China 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers a question at a news conference in Beijing, August 20, 2015. Lamine has defended the work done by world athletics' governing body to combat doping, saying on Wednesday the organisation had an "unparalleled" record among sports in detecting and punishing drug cheats. REUTERS/Jason Lee
ATHLETICS-DOPING/DIACK
RTX1OWQ1 
August 20, 2015 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Beijing, China 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers a question at a news conference in Beijing, August 20, 2015. Lamine has defended the work done by world athletics' governing body to combat doping, saying on Wednesday the organisation had an "unparalleled" record among sports in detecting and punishing drug cheats. REUTERS/Jason Lee
ATHLETICS-DOPING/DIACK
RTX1OWPY 
August 20, 2015 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Beijing, China 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers a question at a news conference in Beijing, August 20, 2015. Lamine has defended the work done by world athletics' governing body to combat doping, saying on Wednesday the organisation had an "unparalleled" record among sports in detecting and punishing drug cheats. REUTERS/Jason Lee
ATHLETICS-DOPING/DIACK
RTX1OWPJ 
August 20, 2015 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Beijing, China 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers... 
Outgoing President of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack answers a question at a news conference in Beijing, August 20, 2015. Lamine has defended the work done by world athletics' governing body to combat doping, saying on Wednesday the organisation had an "unparalleled" record among sports in detecting and punishing drug cheats. REUTERS/Jason Lee
USA-MEDICAID/ARRESTS
RTR350RH 
July 17, 2012 
Ray Kelly, NYPD Commissioner, speaks as Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Ray Kelly, NYPD Commissioner speaks at a news conference in New York 
Ray Kelly, NYPD Commissioner, speaks as Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Robert Doar (R), Commissioner of the New York City Human Resources Administration look on during a news conference announcing the unsealing of charges against 48 defendants involved in a Medicaid fraud case in New York July 17, 2012. Four dozen people were charged on Tuesday with cheating the government-run Medicaid health insurance plan for the poor out of millions of dollars through a scheme to resell expensive HIV medications and other drugs that program recipients had received at heavy discounts.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY) 
USA-MEDICAID/ARRESTS
RTR350R4 
July 17, 2012 
A display image board is seen as Preet Bharara (L), U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A display image board is seen as Preet Bharara speaks in New York 
A display image board is seen as Preet Bharara (L), U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Ray Kelly (C), and NYPD Commissioner, and Robert Doar (R), Commissioner of the New York City Human Resources Administration look on during a news conference announcing the unsealing of charges against 48 defendants involved in a Medicaid fraud case in New York July 17, 2012. Four dozen people were charged on Tuesday with cheating the government-run Medicaid health insurance plan for the poor out of millions of dollars through a scheme to resell expensive HIV medications and other drugs that program recipients had received at heavy discounts.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY) 
USA-MEDICAID/ARRESTS
RTR350QZ 
July 17, 2012 
Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, speaks as Ray Kelly (2nd R) NYPD... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York speaks during a news conference in... 
Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, speaks as Ray Kelly (2nd R) NYPD Commissioner, and Robert Doar (R), Commissioner of the New York City Human Resources Administration look on during a news conference announcing the unsealing of charges against 48 defendants involved in a Medicaid fraud case in New York July 17, 2012. Four dozen people were charged on Tuesday with cheating the government-run Medicaid health insurance plan for the poor out of millions of dollars through a scheme to resell expensive HIV medications and other drugs that program recipients had received at heavy discounts.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY) 
CYCLING-CONTADOR/
RTR2XG7I 
February 07, 2012 
Radioshack Nissan Trek rider Andy Schleck cycles past a banner before the start of the third stage of... 
Deia, Spain 
Radioshack Nissan Trek rider Schleck cycles past a banner during the Challenge Mallorca cycling tour... 
Radioshack Nissan Trek rider Andy Schleck cycles past a banner before the start of the third stage of the Challenge Mallorca cycling tour near the village of Deia on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca February 7, 2012. Alberto Contador, a Tour winner in 2007, 2009 and 2010 who tested positive for the banned anabolic agent clenbuterol, is now set to be stripped of his last title. The Spaniard's Tour title will be handed to Luxembourg's Andy Schleck. Banner reads "Against the prosecution of Spanish riders We are better and not bigger cheats. Enough Contador encourage." REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT CYCLING DRUGS SOCIETY) 
OLYMPICS-LONDON/DOPING
RTR2P1GP 
July 19, 2011 
Blood samples are pictured at the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analysis in Epalinges near Lausanne in... 
Lausanne, Switzerland 
To match feature OLYMPICS-LONDON/DOPING 
Blood samples are pictured at the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analysis in Epalinges near Lausanne in this July 15, 2008 file photo. The battle to keep drugs out of the London Olympics has started long before the opening ceremony next July. A sophisticated laboratory provided by Britain's largest drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline, which will be packed with highly sensitive, rapid testing equipment and staffed around the clock with up to 100 scientists, stands ready and waiting. Games organisers hope that their preparedness will deter cheats. To match feature OLYMPICS-LONDON/DOPING REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud/Files (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH SPORT OLYMPICS) 
Sport
Sport 
Roger Clemens Found Not Guilty of Perjury - 19 Jun 2012 
64 PICTURES 
MUSIC/DRUGS
RTR2M3CL 
May 07, 2011 
Dave Gahan of British band Depeche Mode is interviewed before the 7th Annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Gahan of British band Depeche Mode is interviewed before the 7th Annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit concert... 
Dave Gahan of British band Depeche Mode is interviewed before the 7th Annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit concert in Los Angeles May 6, 2011. Gahan, a former heroin addict who cheated death during the 1990s, was honored for his sobriety on Friday by a charity that helps musicians who have fallen on hard times. The seventh annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit Concert attracted rock luminaries including Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, Smashing Pumpkins singer Billy Corgan, Go-Go's guitarist Charlotte Caffey, Billy Idol and director Cameron Crowe.REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games 
Osayemi Oludamola Tests Positive - 11 Oct 2010 
13 PICTURES 
CYCLING/
RTR2E5IE 
May 20, 2010 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion... 
Nevada City, UNITED STATES 
Armstrong and Hincapie sit at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour... 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie are seen through the crowded peloton lineup at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
CYCLING/
RTR2E5I8 
May 20, 2010 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in... 
Nevada City, UNITED STATES 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of... 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CYCLING/
RTR2E5I5 
May 20, 2010 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in... 
Nevada City, UNITED STATES 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of... 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
CYCLING/
RTR2E5I0 
May 20, 2010 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion... 
Nevada City, UNITED STATES 
Armstrong and Hincapie wait at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour... 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie chat at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
CYCLING/
RTR2E5HH 
May 20, 2010 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in... 
Nevada City, UNITED STATES 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in... 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
CYCLING/
RTR2E5HC 
May 20, 2010 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong sits at the starting line in Visalia,... 
Nevada City, UNITED STATES 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong sits at starting line in Visalia,... 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong sits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
Beijing Olympics 2008
Beijing Olympics 2008 
Ukraine's Blonska Stripped of Silver Medal - 22 Aug 2008 
24 PICTURES 
Beijing Olympics 2008
Beijing Olympics 2008 
Greek Hurdles Champ Fani Halkia Fails Drugs Test - 17 Aug 2008 
24 PICTURES 
Beijing Olympics 2008
Beijing Olympics 2008 
N.Korean Medallist Fails Dope Test - 15 Aug 2008 
5 PICTURES 
Beijing Olympics 2008
Beijing Olympics 2008 
Russian Olympic Dreams Rocked By Drug Nightmares - 05 Aug 2008 
10 PICTURES 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VG2 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VEZ 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VEO 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (2nd L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (2nd L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VEB 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers reacts after winning the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VE4 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VE0 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VDT 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (2nd R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (2nd R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VDN 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (R) wins the final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7VA2 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7V9Y 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
RTX7V9W 
July 12, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers (L) competes in the semi-final of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 12, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday if he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
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July 11, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers competes in the heats of the 100 metresduring the British Olympic trials... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers competes in the heats of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers competes in the heats of the 100 metresduring the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 11, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/CHAMBERS
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July 11, 2008 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers wipes his face after competing in the heats of the 100 metres during... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
British sprinter Chambers wipes his face after competing in the heats of the 100 metres during the British... 
British sprinter Dwain Chambers wipes his face after competing in the heats of the 100 metres during the British Olympic trials in Birmingham, central England, July 11, 2008. Chambers, who completed a two-year ban in 2006, will find out next Wednesday he is eligible to compete at the Beijing Olympics after a date was set for his legal challenge to the British Olympic Association's (BOA) life ban for drugs cheats. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
SOCCER/FIFA
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May 30, 2008 
FIFA President Seff Blatter (L) gestures as he affirms to fight drug cheats as World Anti Doping Agency... 
Sydney, Australia 
FIFA President Blatter gestures next to WADA President Fahey at the 58th FIFA congress in Sydney 
FIFA President Seff Blatter (L) gestures as he affirms to fight drug cheats as World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) President John Fahey watches after they signed an agreement ratifying the 2009 world anti-doping code on day two of the 58th FIFA congress in Sydney May 30, 2008. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA) 
SPORT TENNIS DAVIS AUSTRALIA RELATIONS
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July 16, 2005 
An Australian supporter wears a provocative T-shirt at the Davis Cup world group quarter-final tie in... 
Sydney, Australia 
An Australian supporter wears a provocative T-shirt at the Davis Cup world group quarter-final ... 
An Australian supporter wears a provocative T-shirt at the Davis Cup world group quarter-final tie in Sydney. An Australian supporter wears a T-shirt bearing a cartoon of Argentine tennis players at a needle exchange under the provocative slogan "Where's Willie?" at the Davis Cup world group quarter-final tie at Sydney's International Tennis Centre July 16, 2005. Relations between the Australian and Argentine Davis Cup teams sank to a new low when dozens of Australian fans arrived at Saturday's quarter-final wearing T-shirts depicting the South Americans as drug cheats. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT TENNIS DAVIS AUSTRALIA RELATIONS
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July 16, 2005 
Argentine supporters put arms around shoulders of Australian supporter, wearing provocative T-shirt,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Argentine supporters put arms around shoulders of Australian supporter, wearing provocative ... 
Argentine supporters put arms around shoulders of Australian supporter, wearing provocative T-shirt, at Davis Cup quarter-final tie in Sydney. Argentine supporters put their arms around the shoulders of an Australian supporter (C), who is wearing a T-shirt bearing a cartoon of Argentine tennis players at a needle exchange under the provocative slogan "Where's Willie?", at the Davis Cup world group quarter-final tie in Sydney's International Tennis Centre July 16, 2005. Relations between the Australian and Argentine Davis Cup teams sank to a new low when dozens of Australian fans arrived at Saturday's quarter-final wearing T-shirts depicting the South Americans as drug cheats. REUTERS/David Gray 
YEAREND PICTURES
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July 05, 2002 
Deutsche Telekom team rider Jan Ullrich presents himself to the media
before a news conference in Frankfurt... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
YEAREND PICTURES 2002. 
Deutsche Telekom team rider Jan Ullrich presents himself to the media
before a news conference in Frankfurt July 6, 2002. Top German cyclist
Ullrich, the 1997 Tour de France winner, verifyed that he took
amphetamines after he tested positive in a doping test. REUTERS/Ralph
Orlowski

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SPORT OLYMPICS
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February 24, 2002 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge gestures
during a news conference in Salt... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
IOC PRESIDENT ROGGE GESTURES AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN SALT LAKE CITY. 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge gestures
during a news conference in Salt Lake CIty, February 24, 2002. Olympic
gold medallists who fail drugs test after their events should not be
recognised as true champions even if they could not be stripped of
their medals, Rogge said on Sunday. Three cross-country skiers,
including Spain's triple gold medallist Johan Muehlegg and
record-equalling Russian Larisa Lazutina, were thrown out of the Winter
Olympics on Sunday in a triumph for the drugs testers over the cheats.
REUTERS/David Loh

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTF02 
February 24, 2002 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge speaks
during a news conference in Salt... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
IOC PRESIDENT ROGGE SPEAKS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN SALT LAKE CITY. 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge speaks
during a news conference in Salt Lake CIty February 24, 2002. Olympic
gold medallists who fail drugs test after their events should not be
recognised as true champions even if they could not be stripped of
their medals, Rogge said on Sunday. Three cross-country skiers,
including Spain's triple gold medallist Johan Muehlegg and
record-equalling Russian Larisa Lazutina, were thrown out of the Winter
Olympics on Sunday in a triumph for the drugs testers over the cheats.
REUTERS/David Loh

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OLYMPICS
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September 02, 2000 
Tecnical officer Kishwar Rahman tests for narcotics in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Tecnical officer Kishwar Rahman tests for narcotics in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory..... 
Tecnical officer Kishwar Rahman tests for narcotics in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory, a division of the Australian Government Analytical Laboratories (AGAL) in Sydney September 1, 2000. The facility has the latest drug detection technology and will test blood and urine samples in a bid to eliminate cheats at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games which open September 15. 
OLYMPICS
RTXJYG2 
September 02, 2000 
Doctor John Murby tests for anabolic steroids with a high resolution mass spectrometer in the Australian... 
Sydney, Australia 
Doctor John Murby tests for anabolic steroids with a high resolution mass spectrometer in the Austra..... 
Doctor John Murby tests for anabolic steroids with a high resolution mass spectrometer in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory, a division of the Australian Government Analytical Laboratories (AGAL) in Sydney September 1, 2000. The facility has the latest drug detection technology and will test blood and urine samples in a bid to eliminate cheats at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games which open September 15. 
OLYMPICS
RTXJYG1 
September 02, 2000 
Laboratory technician Anne Gould checks a blood sample during testing for the banned human growth hormone... 
Sydney, Australia 
Laboratory technician Anne Gould checks a blood sample during testing for the banned human growth ho..... 
Laboratory technician Anne Gould checks a blood sample during testing for the banned human growth hormone EPO in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory, a division of the Australian Government Analytical Laboratories (AGAL) in Sydney September 1, 2000. The facility has the latest drug detection technology and will test blood and urine samples in a bid to eliminate cheats at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games which open September 15. 
OLYMPICS
RTXJYG0 
September 02, 2000 
Laboratory technician Jason Price at work on a urine sample during drug testing in the Australian Sports... 
Sydney, Australia 
Laboratory technician Jason Price at work on a urine sample during drug testing in the Australian Sp..... 
Laboratory technician Jason Price at work on a urine sample during drug testing in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory, a division of the Australian Government Analytical Laboratories (AGAL) in Sydney September 1, 2000. The facility has the latest drug detection technology and will test blood and urine samples in a bid to eliminate cheats at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games which open September 15. 
AUSTRALIA
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September 01, 2000 
Tecnical officer Kishwar Rahman tests for narcotics in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory,... 
Sydney, Australia 
OLYMPIC DRUG TESTING LABORATORY TECHNICIANS AT WORK IN SYDNEY. 
Tecnical officer Kishwar Rahman tests for narcotics in the Australian Sports Drug Testing laboratory, a division of the Australian Government Analytical Laboratories (AGAL) in Sydney September 1, 2000. The facility has the latest drug detection technology and will test blood and urine samples in a bid to eliminate cheats at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games which open September 15.

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