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RUSSIA-ODDLY/
RTX2ESSR 
May 30, 2016 
Models of the "Altyr" fashion theatre, dressed in Khakas national costumes, reconstruct the Seven Sisters... 
KHAKASSIA, Russia 
Models take part in rehearsal for Tun-Pairam traditional holiday celebration at museum preserve in Khakassia... 
Models of the "Altyr" fashion theatre, dressed in Khakas national costumes, reconstruct the Seven Sisters national epos during a photo session, as a part of the rehearsal for the Tun-Pairam traditional holiday (The Holiday of the First Milk) celebration at a museum preserve outside Kazanovka village near Abakan in the Republic of Khakassia, Russia, May 28, 2016. The museum preserve is located in a picturesque forest-steppe valley near the Abakan ridge of the Kuznetsk Alatau mountain range and displays numerous objects of the cultural and historical heritage of various epochs accumulated by the people living on this territory, according to representatives. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
CANADA-CULTURE/
RTR4QN9P 
February 22, 2015 
A member of the Shaolin Epo Wushu College from Dengfeng, China walks through the remains of firecrackers... 
Vancouver, Canada 
Member of the Shaolin Epo Wushu College from Dengfeng, China walks through the remains of firecrackers... 
A member of the Shaolin Epo Wushu College from Dengfeng, China walks through the remains of firecrackers during the Chinese New Year parade in Vancouver, British Columbia February 22, 2015. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
CANADA-CULTURE/
RTR4QN9L 
February 22, 2015 
Wei Gungie, 7, of the Shaolin Epo Wushu College from Dengfeng, China stretches during the Chinese New... 
Vancouver, Canada 
Wei of the Shaolin Epo Wushu College from Dengfeng, China stretches during the Chinese New Year parade... 
Wei Gungie, 7, of the Shaolin Epo Wushu College from Dengfeng, China stretches during the Chinese New Year parade in Vancouver, British Columbia February 22, 2015. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X10 
July 24, 2013 
US Postal Service team rider and leader's yellow jersey holder Lance Armstrong (L) of the U.S. and Deutsche... 
Luz-Ardiden, France 
File picture of US Postal Service team rider Armstrong and Deutsche Telekom team rider Ullrich climbing... 
US Postal Service team rider and leader's yellow jersey holder Lance Armstrong (L) of the U.S. and Deutsche Telekom team rider Jan Ullrich of Germany climb up to Luz-Ardiden during the 144.5km 14th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Tarbes to Luz-Ardiden in the French Pyrenees in this July 22, 2001 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Staff/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0Y 
July 24, 2013 
Deutsche Telekom rider Erik Zabel of Germany (L) jokes with team-mate Jan Ullrich of Germany during the... 
Dunkerque, France 
File picture of Deutsche Telekom rider Erik Zabel of Germany joking with team-mate Jan Ullrich of Germany... 
Deutsche Telekom rider Erik Zabel of Germany (L) jokes with team-mate Jan Ullrich of Germany during the Tour de France medical visit in Dunkirk in this July 5, 2001 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Pool/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0X 
July 24, 2013 
French rider Laurent Jalabert cycles on his way to take the third place in the 5,6 km time-trial prologue... 
Dublin, Ireland 
File picture of French rider Laurent Jalabert cycling on his way to take the third place in the 5,6 km... 
French rider Laurent Jalabert cycles on his way to take the third place in the 5,6 km time-trial prologue stage of the 85th Tour de France in Dublin in this July 11, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (IRELAND - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0U 
July 24, 2013 
Rider Jacky Durand of France celebrates on the podium after he won the 190,5km 8th stage of the Tour... 
Montauban, France 
File picture of rider Jacky Durand of France celebrating on the podium after he won the 190,5km 8th stage... 
Rider Jacky Durand of France celebrates on the podium after he won the 190,5km 8th stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Brive-La-Gaillarde to Montauban in this July 19, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0T 
July 24, 2013 
Leader's Yellow jersey holder Jan Ullrich of Germany (L) and green sprinter jersey holder team mate and... 
Montauban, France 
File picture of leader's Yellow jersey holder German Jan Ullrich and green sprinter jersey holder team... 
Leader's Yellow jersey holder Jan Ullrich of Germany (L) and green sprinter jersey holder team mate and compatriot Erik Zabel wait for the start of the 190,5km 8th stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Brive-La-Gaillarde to Montauban in this July 19, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Paul Hanna/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0R 
July 24, 2013 
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani of Italy (R) smiles at second placed Jan Ullrich of Germany on the... 
Paris, France 
File picture of Tour de France winner Pantani and second placed Ullrich celebrate on the podium following... 
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani of Italy (R) smiles at second placed Jan Ullrich of Germany on the victory podium following the 147.5-km 21st and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race of the Tour de France cycling race which ends on the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris in this August 2, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0Q 
July 24, 2013 
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani (C) of Italy, second placed Jan Ullrich (L) of Germany and third... 
Paris, France 
File picture of Tour de France winner Pantani, second placed Ullrich and third placed Julich celebrate... 
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani (C) of Italy, second placed Jan Ullrich (L) of Germany and third placed Bobby Julich of the U.S. Celebrate on the victory podium following the 147.5-km 21st and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race of the Tour de France cycling race which ends on the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris in this August 2, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0P 
July 24, 2013 
Rider Marco Pantani of Italy, leader's yellow jersey holder, is seen prior to the 147.5km 21st and final... 
Paris, France 
File picture of rider Marco Pantani of Italy, leader's yellow jersey holder, prior to the 147.5km 21st... 
Rider Marco Pantani of Italy, leader's yellow jersey holder, is seen prior to the 147.5km 21st and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race which ends on the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris in this August 2, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING HEADSHOT) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3CBG7 
January 11, 2013 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Lausanne, Switzerland 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news conference in Lausanne January 11, 2013. Saugy reacted to the declarations of Travis Tygart, Head of USADA (United States Anti Doping Agency) that Saugy met with cyclist Lance Armstrong and gave him the key to the EPO testing. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT CYCLING SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3CBG5 
January 11, 2013 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy addresses a news conference in Lausanne January... 
Lausanne, Switzerland 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy addresses a news conference in Lausanne 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy addresses a news conference in Lausanne January 11, 2013. Saugy reacted to the declarations of Travis Tygart, Head of USADA (United States Anti Doping Agency) that Saugy met with cyclist Lance Armstrong and gave him the key to the EPO testing. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT CYCLING SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3CBG3 
January 11, 2013 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Lausanne, Switzerland 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news conference in Lausanne January 11, 2013. Saugy reacted to the declarations of Travis Tygart, Head of USADA (United States Anti Doping Agency) that Saugy met with cyclist Lance Armstrong and gave him the key to the EPO testing. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT CYCLING SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3CBFZ 
January 11, 2013 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Lausanne, Switzerland 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news conference in Lausanne January 11, 2013. Saugy reacted to the declarations of Travis Tygart, Head of USADA (United States Anti Doping Agency) that Saugy met with cyclist Lance Armstrong and gave him the key to the EPO testing. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT CYCLING SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3CBFV 
January 11, 2013 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Lausanne, Switzerland 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news... 
Director of the Swiss anti-doping laboratory Martial Saugy holds papers of a presentation during a news conference in Lausanne January 11, 2013. Saugy reacted to the declarations of Travis Tygart, Head of USADA (United States Anti Doping Agency) that Saugy met with cyclist Lance Armstrong and gave him the key to the EPO testing. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT CYCLING SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SOCCER-EUROPE/GREECE-MATCH-FIXING
RTR2NZHN 
June 23, 2011 
Plainclothes policemen escort a civilian (C) arrested in connection with a probe into match-fixing in... 
Athens, Greece 
Plainclothes policemen escort a civilian arrested in connection with a probe into match-fixing in Greek... 
Plainclothes policemen escort a civilian (C) arrested in connection with a probe into match-fixing in Greek football, at the Athens courthouse June 23, 2011. The probe was prompted by European soccer's governing body UEFA which submitted a list of 41 matches to the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO). REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: CRIME LAW SPORT SOCCER) 
SOCCER-EUROPE/GREECE-MATCH-FIXING
RTR2NZHQ 
June 22, 2011 
Plainclothes policemen escort two civilians arrested in connection with a probe into match-fixing in... 
Athens, Greece 
Plainclothes policemen escort two civilians arrested in connection with a probe into match-fixing in... 
Plainclothes policemen escort two civilians arrested in connection with a probe into match-fixing in Greek football, at the Athens courthouse June 23, 2011. The probe was prompted by European soccer's governing body UEFA which submitted a list of 41 matches to the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO). REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: CRIME LAW SPORT SOCCER) 
DOPING-CYCLING/ASTARLOZA
RTR26EA5 
August 04, 2009 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is applauded by supporters following a news conference... 
San Sebastian, Spain 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Astarloza of Spain is applauded by supporters following a news conference in... 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is applauded by supporters following a news conference in San Sebastian August 4, 2009. Tour de France stage winner Astarloza declared his innocence after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union for testing positive with the banned endurance-booster EPO in an out-of-competition test on June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/ASTARLOZA
RTR26E9T 
August 04, 2009 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is applauded by supporters following a news conference... 
San Sebastian, Spain 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Astarloza of Spain is applauded by supporters following a news conference in... 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is applauded by supporters following a news conference in San Sebastian August 4, 2009. Tour de France stage winner Astarloza declared his innocence after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union for testing positive with the banned endurance-booster EPO in an out-of-competition test on June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/ASTARLOZA
RTR26E9N 
August 04, 2009 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain gives a news conference in San Sebastian August 4,... 
San Sebastian, Spain 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Astarloza of Spain gives a news conference in San Sebastian 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain gives a news conference in San Sebastian August 4, 2009. Tour de France stage winner Astarloza declared his innocence after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union for testing positive with the banned endurance-booster EPO in an out-of-competition test on June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/ASTARLOZA
RTR26E9L 
August 04, 2009 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain raises a clenched fist during a news conference in... 
San Sebastian, Spain 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Astarloza of Spain raises a clenched fist during a news conference in San Sebastian... 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain raises a clenched fist during a news conference in San Sebastian August 4, 2009. Tour de France stage winner Astarloza declared his innocence after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union for testing positive with the banned endurance-booster EPO in an out-of-competition test on June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/ASTARLOZA
RTR26E9J 
August 04, 2009 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is surrounded by supporters following a news conference... 
San Sebastian, Spain 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is surrounded by supporters following a news conference... 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is surrounded by supporters following a news conference in San Sebastian August 4, 2009. Tour de France stage winner Astarloza declared his innocence after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union for testing positive with the banned endurance-booster EPO in an out-of-competition test on June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/ASTARLOZA
RTR26E9H 
August 04, 2009 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is greeted by supporters after a news conference in... 
San Sebastian, Spain 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Astarloza of Spain is greeted by supporters after a news conference in San... 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain is greeted by supporters after a news conference in San Sebastian August 4, 2009. Tour de France stage winner Astarloza declared his innocence after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union for testing positive with the banned endurance-booster EPO in an out-of-competition test on June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING) 
DOPING-CYCLING/
RTR26E9C 
August 04, 2009 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain leaves a news conference in San Sebastian August 4,... 
San Sebastian, Spain 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Astarloza of Spain leaves a news conference in San Sebastian 
Euskaltel-Euskadi cyclist Mikel Astarloza of Spain leaves a news conference in San Sebastian August 4, 2009. Tour de France stage winner Astarloza declared his innocence after being provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union for testing positive with the banned endurance-booster EPO in an out-of-competition test on June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING) 
MALAYSIA/
RTXILFZ 
May 18, 2009 
Bruno Mpondo-Epo, senior political officer of United Nations Political Office for Somalia, speaks during... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
Bruno Mpondo-Epo, senior political officer of United Nations Political Office for Somalia, speaks during... 
Bruno Mpondo-Epo, senior political officer of United Nations Political Office for Somalia, speaks during a forum session "Overview of the Global Piracy Situation", at Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Piracy and Crimes At Sea in Kuala Lumpur May 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9UJ 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9UI 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9UG 
March 27, 2009 
A doping drug is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
A doping drug is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna... 
A doping drug is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9UF 
March 27, 2009 
A doping drug is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
A doping drug is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna... 
A doping drug is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9UB 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U8 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U7 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U6 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U5 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U4 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U2 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping pills are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U1 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9U0 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9TZ 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9TX 
March 27, 2009 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Vienna, Austria 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force... 
Some doping drugs are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9TW 
March 27, 2009 
A package of EPO is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in... 
Vienna, Austria 
A package of EPO is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in... 
A package of EPO is pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9TT 
March 27, 2009 
A package of EPO and a injection are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police... 
Vienna, Austria 
A package of EPO and a injection are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police... 
A package of EPO and a injection are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9TS 
March 27, 2009 
A package of EPO and a injection are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police... 
Vienna, Austria 
A package of EPO and a injection are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police... 
A package of EPO and a injection are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTXD9TM 
March 27, 2009 
A package of EPO and injections are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police... 
Vienna, Austria 
A package of EPO and injections are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police... 
A package of EPO and injections are pictured in the headquarters of Austria's special anti doping police task force in Vienna March 27, 2009. The drugs were found as police started to search houses or flats of people suspected of distributing to Austrian athletes the blood-booster EPO and related drugs. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA SPORT CRIME LAW) 
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November 24, 2008 
Bernhard Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for the new generation of erythropoietin, CERA, during... 
Vienna, Austria 
Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for EPO during this year's Tour de France race, arrives at Austrian... 
Bernhard Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for the new generation of erythropoietin, CERA, during this year's Tour de France race, arrives at the Austrian Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) in Vienna November 24, 2008. Kohl is expected to reveal how he got the drugs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA) 
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November 24, 2008 
Bernhard Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for the new generation of erythropoietin, CERA, during... 
Vienna, Austria 
Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for EPO during this year's Tour de France race, arrives at Austrian... 
Bernhard Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for the new generation of erythropoietin, CERA, during this year's Tour de France race, arrives at the Austrian Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) in Vienna November 24, 2008. Kohl is expected to reveal how he got the drugs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA) 
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November 24, 2008 
Bernhard Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for the new generation of erythropoietin, CERA, during... 
Vienna, Austria 
Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for EPO during this year's Tour de France race, arrives at Austrian... 
Bernhard Kohl of Austria, who tested positive for the new generation of erythropoietin, CERA, during this year's Tour de France race, arrives at the Austrian Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) in Vienna November 24, 2008. Kohl is expected to reveal how he got the drugs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco answers a question during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco answers a question during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco answers a question during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco leaves at the end of a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco leaves at the end of a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco leaves at the end of a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco leaves at the end of a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco leaves at the end of a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco leaves at the end of a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco answers a question during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco answers a question during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco answers a question during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco reacts during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco reacts during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco reacts during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 30, 2008 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping... 
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco looks on during a news conference at the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor's office in Rome July 30, 2008. Ricco admitted on Wednesday that he took the blood-booster EPO before this month's Tour de France. Ricco was kicked out of the race when the results of the test were revealed and his Saunier-Duval team left the Tour. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
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July 17, 2008 
Tour de France's cycling director Christian Prudhomme attends a news conference after the twelfth stage... 
LAVELANET, France 
Tour de France's cycling director Christian Prudhomme attends a news conference after the twelfth stage... 
Tour de France's cycling director Christian Prudhomme attends a news conference after the twelfth stage between Lavelanet and Narbonne, July 17, 2008. Italian rider Riccardo Ricco has tested positive for the banned blood-boosting drug EPO on this year's Tour de France, the French anti-doping agency (AFLD) said on Thursday. The 24-year-old from the Saunier Duval team, who has won two stages in this year's race, becomes the third rider to test positive for EPO (erythropoietin) on the 2008 Tour after Spaniards Manuel Beltran and Moises Duenas Nevado. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (FRANCE) 
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July 17, 2008 
An official stands in front of anti-doping control after the twelfth stage of the 95th Tour de France... 
LAVELANET, France 
An official stands in front of anti-doping control after twelfth stage of the 95th Tour de France cycling... 
An official stands in front of anti-doping control after the twelfth stage of the 95th Tour de France cycling race between Lavelanet and Narbonne, July 17, 2008. Saunier Duval team rider Riccardo Ricco of Italy has tested positive for the banned blood-boosting drug EPO on this year's Tour de France, the French anti-doping agency (AFLD) said on Thursday. The 24-year-old from the Saunier Duval team, who has won two stages in this year's race, becomes the third rider to test positive for EPO (erythropoietin) on the 2008 Tour after Spaniards Manuel Beltran and Moises Duenas Nevado. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE) 
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Riccardo Ricco Tests Positive for EPO - 31 Jul 2008 
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July 17, 2008 
Saunier Duval team rider Jesus Del Nero of Spain leaves with his team the 95th Tour de France cycling... 
LAVELANET, France 
Saunier Duval team rider Jesus Del Nero of Spain leaves with his team the 95th Tour de France cycling... 
Saunier Duval team rider Jesus Del Nero of Spain leaves with his team the 95th Tour de France cycling race at the start of the 12th stage between Lavelanet and Narbonne, July 17, 2008. The Tour de France was plunged into crisis again after it was revealed on Thursday that Italian rider Riccardo Ricco of Saunier Duval had tested positive for the banned blood-boosting drug EPO on this year's race. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (FRANCE) 
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