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HUNGARY
RTR2FPEQ 
June 25, 2010 
A Zlin Z42 aircraft, pulling Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas in his glider (not seen), flies over the town of... 
DUNAKESZI, Hungary 
A Zlin Z42 aircraft flies over the town of Dunakeszi 
A Zlin Z42 aircraft, pulling Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas in his glider (not seen), flies over the town of Dunakeszi June 25, 2010. Hungary will host the World Gliding Championships in July-August. Gulyas was world champion in the 15-metre class in the 2008 tournament. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY) 
HUNGARY
RTR2FPEK 
June 25, 2010 
Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas sits in his glider as he is pulled by an aircraft over the town of Dunakeszi... 
DUNAKESZI, Hungary 
Hungarian Gulyas sits in his glider as he is pulled by an aircraft over the town of Dunakeszi 
Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas sits in his glider as he is pulled by an aircraft over the town of Dunakeszi June 25, 2010. Hungary will host the World Gliding Championships in July-August. Gulyas was world champion in the 15-metre class in the 2008 tournament. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY) 
HUNGARY
RTR2FPEF 
June 25, 2010 
Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas sits in his glider as he flies over the Danube River in the town of Dunakeszi... 
DUNAKESZI, Hungary 
Hungarian Gulyas sits in his glider as he flies over the Danube River in the town of Dunakeszi 
Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas sits in his glider as he flies over the Danube River in the town of Dunakeszi June 25, 2010. Hungary will host the World Gliding Championships in July-August. Gulyas was world champion in the 15-metre class in the 2008 tournament. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY) 
HUNGARY
RTR2FPEC 
June 25, 2010 
An aircraft pulls Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas in his glider as he flies over the town of Dunakeszi June 25,... 
DUNAKESZI, Hungary 
An aircraft pulls Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas in his glider as he flies over the town of Dunakeszi 
An aircraft pulls Hungarian Gyorgy Gulyas in his glider as he flies over the town of Dunakeszi June 25, 2010. Hungary will host the World Gliding Championships in July-August. Gulyas was world champion in the 15-metre class in the 2008 tournament. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT) 
HUNGARY/
RTXAYEW 
November 25, 2008 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean holds a train ticket at the railway station in Budapest November... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean holds a train ticket at the railway station in Budapest 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean holds a train ticket at the railway station in Budapest November 25, 2008, before boarding a new type of carriage to train-maker Bombardier's factory in Dunakeszi. Jean is on a five-day visit to Hungary. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY) 
HUNGARY/
RTXAYEL 
November 25, 2008 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean is reflected in a railway coach as she visits a Canadian-owned... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean is reflected in a railway coach as she visits a Canadian-owned... 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean is reflected in a railway coach as she visits a Canadian-owned train maker Bombardier factory in Dunakeszi November 25, 2008. Jean is on a five-day visit to Hungary. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY) 
HUNGARY/
RTXAYED 
November 25, 2008 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean (L) and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker Bombardier... 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean (L) and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker Bombardier factory in Dunakeszi November 25, 2008. Jean is on a five-day visit to Hungary. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY) 
HUNGARY/
RTXAYE8 
November 25, 2008 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean (L) and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker Bombardier... 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean (L) and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker Bombardier factory in Dunakeszi November 25, 2008. Jean is on a five-day visit to Hungary. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY) 
HUNGARY/
RTXAYE5 
November 25, 2008 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean (C) and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker Bombardier... 
Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean (C) and delegation members visit a Canadian-owned train maker Bombardier factory in Dunakeszi November 25, 2008. Jean is on a five-day visit to Hungary. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX93LV 
October 01, 2008 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10,2008. REUTERS/Laszlo... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10,2008. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX93LN 
October 01, 2008 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10,2008. REUTERS/Laszlo... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10,2008. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX93LL 
October 01, 2008 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008.... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924U 
September 30, 2008 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse Overdose in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse Overdose in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924R 
September 30, 2008 
Hungarian race horse Overdose is sprayed with water in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Hungarian race horse Overdose is sprayed with water in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924Q 
September 30, 2008 
Barbara Budinszki, who rides Hungarian race horse Overdose in training, kisses the horse in Dunakeszi... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Barbara Budinszki, who rides Hungarian race horse Overdose in training, kisses the horse in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924O 
September 30, 2008 
A man handles Hungarian race horse Overdose in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
A man handles Hungarian race horse Overdose in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924N 
September 30, 2008 
Sandor Ribanszki, chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, rides the horse with his dog in Dunakeszi... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Sandor Ribanszki, chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, rides the horse with his dog in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008.
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924M 
September 30, 2008 
Hungarian race horse Overdose is seen in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Hungarian race horse Overdose is seen in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924L 
September 30, 2008 
Sandor Ribanszki, chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, shows the horse in Dunakeszi September... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Sandor Ribanszki, chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, shows the horse in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924K 
September 30, 2008 
Sandor Ribanszki, chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, shows the horse in Dunakeszi September... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Sandor Ribanszki, chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, shows the horse in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924H 
September 30, 2008 
Sandor Ribanszki (R), chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, and Barbara Budanszki stand next... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Sandor Ribanszki (R), chief trainer of Hungarian race horse Overdose, and Barbara Budanszki stand next to the horse in the stables in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh(HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924F 
September 30, 2008 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse Overdose in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse Overdose in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh(HUNGARY) 
HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE
RTX924D 
September 30, 2008 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008.... 
Budapest, Hungary 
To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE 
Barbara Budinszki rides Hungarian race horse "Overdose" in training in Dunakeszi September 10, 2008. Hungarian steel entrepreneur Zoltan Mikoczy stumbled upon brilliant sprinter Overdose, who he reckons is the best and most exciting racehorse to come out of the eastern half of Europe in 130 years, by accident. Picture taken September 10, 2008. To match feature HORSE-RACING/OVERDOSE REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
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