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SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTRT552 
February 20, 2004 
Driver Eline Jurg and brakewoman Nannet Karenbeld of Netherlands 1 get in their bob to take the 5th position... 
Koenigssee, Germany - FDR 
NETHERLANDS 1 BOB DRIVES AT WOMEN'S BOBSLEIGH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN KOENIGSSEE. 
Driver Eline Jurg and brakewoman Nannet Karenbeld of Netherlands 1 get in their bob to take the 5th position after two of four runs in the time of one minute 42.90 seconds in the Women's Bobsleigh World Championships in Koenigssee southern Bavaria February 20, 2004. Germany 1 with Sandra Prokoff and Anja Schneiderheinze is in the lead in the time of one minute 42.19 seconds followed by Germany 2 with Susi Erdmann and Kristina Bader in the time of one minute 42.35 seconds and USA 1 with Jean Racine and Vonnetta Flowers in one minute 42.37 seconds. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/CRB 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR11TWT 
February 02, 2003 
Germany 2 driver Susi Erdmann (L) and brakeman Annegret Dietrich drive
their bob to win the Women's... 
Winterberg, Germany 
GERMANY'S ERDMANN DRIVES DOWN HER BOB TO WIN THE BOBSLEIGH WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN WINTERBERG. 
Germany 2 driver Susi Erdmann (L) and brakeman Annegret Dietrich drive
their bob to win the Women's World Championships in Winterberg February
2, 2003. Germany 2 won ahead of Germany 1 with Sandra Prokoff and
Ulrike Holzner and Germany 3 with Cathleen Martini and Yvonne Cemota.
REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS 
RTR11T48 
February 01, 2003 
Germany 2 pilot Susi Erdmann (L) and brakeman Annegret Dietrich drive
their bob at the Women's World... 
Germany 
GERMANY'S ERDMANN DRIVES HER BOB AT THE BOBSLEIGH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
IN WINTERBERG. 
Germany 2 pilot Susi Erdmann (L) and brakeman Annegret Dietrich drive
their bob at the Women's World Championships in Winterberg February 1,
2003. The final races of the event will take place February 2.
REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/FAB 
OLYMPICS
RTXL36Z 
February 20, 2002 
German bobsleigh silver medalists Ulrike Holzner (L) and Sandra Prokoff celebrate during the medal ceremony... 
Salt Lake City, USA 
German bobsleigh silver medalists Ulrike Holzner (L) and Sandra Prokoff celebrate during the medal c..... 
German bobsleigh silver medalists Ulrike Holzner (L) and Sandra Prokoff celebrate during the medal ceremony at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 20, 2002. [Vonetta Flowers and Jill Bakken of the United States took the gold ahead of ]German 1 silver medalists Holzner and Prokoff and [German 2 bronze medalist Susi-Lisa Erdmann and Nicole Herschmann.] 
OLYMPICS
RTXL36X 
February 20, 2002 
German silver and bronze medalists for the bobsleigh competition celebrate during the medal ceremony... 
Salt Lake City, USA 
German silver and bronze medalists for the bobsleigh competition celebrate during the medal ceremony..... 
German silver and bronze medalists for the bobsleigh competition celebrate during the medal ceremony of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 20, 2002. [Vonetta Flowers and Jill Bakken of the United States took the gold ahead of] German 1 silver medalists Sandra Prokoff (2nd R) and Ulrike Holzner (2nd L) and German 2 bronze medalist Susi-Lisa Erdmann (R) and Nicole Herschmann. 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT6LL 
February 20, 2002 
German bobsleigh silver medalists Ulrike Holzner (L) and Sandra Prokoff
celebrate during the medal ceremony... 
Salt Lake, United States of America 
GERMAN BOBSLEIGH MEDALISTS CELEBRATE DURING OLYMPIC MEDAL CEREMONY. 
German bobsleigh silver medalists Ulrike Holzner (L) and Sandra Prokoff
celebrate during the medal ceremony at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games, February 20, 2002. Vonetta Flowers and Jill Bakken of the
United States took the gold ahead of German 1 silver medalists Holzner
and Prokoff and German 2 bronze medalist Susi-Lisa Erdmann and Nicole
Herschmann. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

DL/HB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT6L6 
February 20, 2002 
German silver and bronze medalists for the bobsleigh competition
celebrate during the medal ceremony... 
Salt Lake, United States of America 
GERMAN BOBSLEIGH MEDALISTS CELEBRATE DURING OLYMPIC MEDAL CEREMONY IN
SALT LAKE CITY. 
German silver and bronze medalists for the bobsleigh competition
celebrate during the medal ceremony of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games, February 20, 2002. Vonetta Flowers and Jill Bakken of the
United States took the gold ahead of German 1 silver medalists Sandra
Prokoff (2nd R) and Ulrike Holzner (2nd L) and German 2 bronze medalist
Susi-Lisa Erdmann (R) and Nicole Herschmann. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

DL/HB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT6JT 
February 20, 2002 
Medallist for the bobsleigh competition celebrate during the medal
ceremony of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic... 
Salt Lake, United States of America 
BOBSLEIGH MEDALLISTS CELEBRATE DURING THE OLYMPIC MEDAL CEREMONY. 
Medallist for the bobsleigh competition celebrate during the medal
ceremony of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games February 20, 2002.
Vonetta Flowers (3rd L) and Jill Bakken (3rd R) of the United States
took the gold ahead of Germany 1 silver medallists Sandra Prokoff (L)
and Ulrike Holzner (2nd R) and Germany 2 bronze medallist Susi-Lisa
Erdmann (R) and Nicole Herschmann. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

DL/CRB 
BOBSLEIGH
RTXL2YL 
February 19, 2002 
Germany 1 driver Sandra Prokoff (2R) and brakewoman Ulrike Holzner (R), celebrate with Germany 2, driver... 
Park City, USA 
Germany 1 driver Sandra Prokoff (2R) and brakewoman Ulrike Holzner (R), celebrate with Germany 2, dr..... 
Germany 1 driver Sandra Prokoff (2R) and brakewoman Ulrike Holzner (R), celebrate with Germany 2, driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann (L) and brakewoman Nicole Herschmann, after the women's bobsleigh event at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 19, 2002. USA 2 won the gold medal in the women's bobsleigh on Tuesday with a time of one minute 37.76 seconds ahead of silver medalists Germany 1 and Germany 2 who took the bronze medal. 
BOBSLEIGH
RTXL2YI 
February 19, 2002 
USA 2, driver Jill Bakken (top R) and brake woman Vonetta Flowers (2L) celebrate winning the Olympic... 
Park City, USA 
USA 2, driver Jill Bakken (top R) and brake woman Vonetta Flowers (2L) celebrate winning the Olympic..... 
USA 2, driver Jill Bakken (top R) and brake woman Vonetta Flowers (2L) celebrate winning the Olympic women's bobsleigh competition with silver medalists Germany 1, driver Sandra Prokoff (C) and brakewoman Ulrike Holzner (L) as bronze medalists Germany 2, Susi-Lisa Erdmann (C right) and brakewoman Nicole Herschmann look on at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 19, 2002. USA 2 won the gold medal in the women's bobsleigh on Tuesday with a time of one minute 37.76 seconds. 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR151X0 
February 19, 2002 
USA 2, driver Jill Bakken (top R) and brake woman Vonetta Flowers (2L)
celebrate winning the Olympic... 
Park City, United States of America 
USA 2 CELEBRATE WIN FIRST EVER WOMEN'S BOBSLEIGH TITLE AT THE WINTER
OLYMPICS. 
USA 2, driver Jill Bakken (top R) and brake woman Vonetta Flowers (2L)
celebrate winning the Olympic women's bobsleigh competition with silver
medalists Germany 1, driver Sandra Prokoff (C) and brakewoman Ulrike
Holzner (L) as bronze medalists Germany 2, Susi-Lisa Erdmann (C right)
and brakewoman Nicole Herschmann look on at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter
Olympic Games February 19, 2002. USA 2 won the gold medal in the
women's bobsleigh on Tuesday with a time of one minute 37.76 seconds.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

KM/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT40G 
February 19, 2002 
Germany 1 driver Sandra Prokoff (2R) and brakewoman Ulrike Holzner (R),
celebrate with Germany 2, driver... 
Park City, United States of America 
GERMANY 1 CELEBRATES WITH GERMANY 2 AFTER WOMENS BOBSLEIGH AT OLYMPICS. 
Germany 1 driver Sandra Prokoff (2R) and brakewoman Ulrike Holzner (R),
celebrate with Germany 2, driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann (L) and brakewoman
Nicole Herschmann, after the women's bobsleigh event at the Salt Lake
2002 Winter Olympic Games February 19, 2002. USA 2 won the gold medal
in the women's bobsleigh on Tuesday with a time of one minute 37.76
seconds ahead of silver medalists Germany 1 and Germany 2 who took the
bronze medal. REUTERS/Peter Andrews

KM/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT3VX 
February 19, 2002 
Nicole Herschmann (rear) and driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann (front) of the
Germany-2 thrusts their fists in... 
Park City, United States of America 
GERMANY TWO WOMENS BOBSLEIGH TEAM CELEBRATE BRONZE AT OLYMPICS. 
Nicole Herschmann (rear) and driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann (front) of the
Germany-2 thrusts their fists in the air in celebration as they win the
bronze medal in the womens bobsleigh competition at the Salt Lake 2002
Winter Olympic Games February 19, 2002 in Park City. The Germany-2 team
finished with a combined time of one minute 38.29 seconds.
REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JRB/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT3VA 
February 19, 2002 
Germany 1, driver Sandra Prokoff and Ulrike Holzner (gesturing), are
welcomed into the finish area by... 
Park City, United States of America 
GERMANY 1 WIN SILVER MEDAL IN THE WOMENS BOBSLEIGH AT THE WINTER
OLYMPICS. 
Germany 1, driver Sandra Prokoff and Ulrike Holzner (gesturing), are
welcomed into the finish area by their teammates from Germany 2,
Susi-Lisa Erdmann and Nicole Hershmann, after their second run of the
women's bobsleigh competition at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic
Games February 19, 2002. USA 2 won the gold medal in the women's
bobsleigh on Tuesday ahead of Germany 1 and bronze medalists Germany 2.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

KM/HB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT3PZ 
February 19, 2002 
Nicole Herschmann (L) and driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann (R) of the Germany-2
team streak past the crowd of... 
Park City, United States of America 
GERMANY TWO WOMENS BOBSLEIGH TEAM STREAK PAST CROWD AT OLYMPICS. 
Nicole Herschmann (L) and driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann (R) of the Germany-2
team streak past the crowd of spectators during the first heat of the
womens bobsleigh competition at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games
February 19, 2002 in Park City. REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JRB/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT3L8 
February 19, 2002 
Germany 2, driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann and Nicole Herschmann, race down
the ice during the first run of... 
Park City, United States of America 
GERMANY 2 RACE DOWN THE ICE DURING THE WOMEN'S BOBSLEIGH AT THE WINTER
OLYMPICS. 
Germany 2, driver Susi-Lisa Erdmann and Nicole Herschmann, race down
the ice during the first run of the women's bobsleigh competition at
the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 19, 2002.
REUTERS/Peter Andrews

KM/CRB 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14ZPI 
December 16, 2001 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann and brakeman Nicol Herschmann record the
second fastest push-start of... 
Calgary, Canada 
GERMANYS ERDMANN AND HERSCHMANN HAVE SECOND FASTEST START TO WIN WORLD
CUP WOMENS BOBSLEIGH. 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann and brakeman Nicol Herschmann record the
second fastest push-start of the day to help them win the World Cup
Women's Bobsleigh event, in Calgary December 16, 2001. REUTERS/Patrick
Price

PP/HB 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14ZP8 
December 16, 2001 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann and brakeman Nicol Herschmann celebrate
their World Cup Women's Bobsleigh... 
Calgary, Canada 
GERMANYS ERDMANN AND HERSCHMANN CELEBRATE WIN AT WORLD CUP WOMENS
BOBSLEIGH. 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann and brakeman Nicol Herschmann celebrate
their World Cup Women's Bobsleigh win in Calgary, December 16, 2001. It
is the second win in two days for Erdmann. REUTERS/Patrick Price

PP/HB 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14ZGB 
December 15, 2001 
Germany's Birgit Brodbeck (L) hugs driver Susi Erdmann after winning
the World Cup women's bobsleigh... 
Calgary, Canada 
GERMANY'S ERDMANN AND BRODBECK CELEBRATE WORLD CUP WOMENS BOBSLEIGH
WIN. 
Germany's Birgit Brodbeck (L) hugs driver Susi Erdmann after winning
the World Cup women's bobsleigh race in Calgary, December 15, 2001.
REUTERS/Patrick Price

PP/SV 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14ZGA 
December 15, 2001 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann pats brakeman Birgit Brodbeck on the head
after they crossed the finish... 
Calgary, Canada 
GERMAN TEAM ERDMANN AND BRODBECK CELEBRATE WIN AT WORLD CUP WOMENS
BOBSLEIGH. 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann pats brakeman Birgit Brodbeck on the head
after they crossed the finish line to win their World Cup women's
Bobsleigh race in Calgary, December 15, 2001. REUTERS/Patrick Price

PP/SV 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14ZFQ 
December 15, 2001 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann and brakeman Birgit Brodbeck start the
first of two runs at the World... 
Calgary, Canada 
GERMANY'S ERDMANN AND SUTTER RACE TO SECOND PLACE AT WORLD CUP WOMENS
BOBSLEIGH. 
Germany's driver Susi Erdmann and brakeman Birgit Brodbeck start the
first of two runs at the World Cup women's Bobsleigh in Calgary,
December 15, 2001. REUTERS/Patrick Price

PP/SV 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14V7E 
November 18, 2001 
Susi Erdmann (R) and Tanja Hees of Germany II push their bob at the
women's Bobsleigh World Cup race... 
Koenigssee, Germany 
ERDMANN AND HEES OF BOB GERMANY II PUSH THEIR BOB DURING WORLD CUP IN
KOENIGSSEE. 
Susi Erdmann (R) and Tanja Hees of Germany II push their bob at the
women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Koenigssee November 18, 2001.
Germany II won the race in 1 min 39,95 seconds ahead of Bob USA II with
Jean Racine and Bethany Hart. REUTERS/Michael Dalder

MAD 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14V7C 
November 18, 2001 
Susi Erdmann (front) and Tanja Hees of Germany II celebrate their
victory at the women's Bobsleigh World... 
Koenigssee, Germany 
ERDMANN AND HEES OF BOB GERMANY II CELEBRATE THEIR VICTORY IN
KOENIGSSEE. 
Susi Erdmann (front) and Tanja Hees of Germany II celebrate their
victory at the women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Koenigssee November
18, 2001. Germany II won the race in one min 39,95 sec ahead of USA II
with Jean Racine and Bethany Hart. REUTERS/Michael Dalder

MAD 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14UWV 
November 17, 2001 
Katrin Dostthaler (front) and Kathleen Hering of Bob Germany III react
after they missed the third place... 
Koenigssee, Germany 
DOSTTHALER AND HERING OF BOB GERMANY III REACT AFTER THEY MISSED THIRD
PLACE IN KOENIGSSEE. 
Katrin Dostthaler (front) and Kathleen Hering of Bob Germany III react
after they missed the third place at the women's Bobsleigh World Cup
race in Koenigssee November 17, 2001. Bob Germany I won the race in 1
min 39,44 sec ahead of Bob Germany II with Susi Erdmann and Tanja Hees.
Germany III finished on place six. REUTERS/Michael Dalder

MAD 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14UWT 
November 17, 2001 
Sandra Prokoff (R) and Nicol Herschmann of Germany I slide down the
track during a women's Bobsleigh... 
Koenigssee, Germany 
PROKOFF AND HERSCHMANN OF BOB GERMANY I RACE DOWN THE TRACK IN
KOENIGSSEE. 
Sandra Prokoff (R) and Nicol Herschmann of Germany I slide down the
track during a women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Koenigssee November
17, 2001. Bob Germany I won the race in 1 min 39,44 sec ahead of Bob
Germany II with Susi Erdmann and Tanja Hees. REUTERS/Michael Dalder

MAD 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14UWS 
November 17, 2001 
Susi Erdmann (R) and Tanja Hees of Germany II slide down the track
during a women's Bobsleigh World... 
Koenigssee, Germany 
ERDMANN AND HEES OF BOB GERMANY II RACE DOWN THE TRACK IN KOENIGSSEE. 
Susi Erdmann (R) and Tanja Hees of Germany II slide down the track
during a women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Koenigssee November 17,
2001. Bob Germany II ranked second in one minute 39,57 seconds behind
Bob Germany I with Sandra Prokoff and Nicol Herschmann. REUTERS/Michael
Dalder

MAD/JDP 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14UWR 
November 17, 2001 
Sandra Prokoff (front) and Nicol Herschmann of Germany I celebrate
their victory at the women's Bobsleigh... 
Koenigssee, Germany 
PROKOFF AND HERSCHMANN OF BOB GERMANY I CELEBRATE THEIR VICTORY IN
KOENIGSSEE. 
Sandra Prokoff (front) and Nicol Herschmann of Germany I celebrate
their victory at the women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Koenigssee
November 17, 2001. Bob Germany I won the race in 1 min 39,44 sec ahead
of Bob Germany II with Susi Erdmann and Tanja Hees. REUTERS/Michael
Dalder

MAD 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14U2L 
November 11, 2001 
Bonny Warner (R) and Gea Johnson of the USA start their women's
Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg... 
Winterberg, Germany 
WARNER AND JOHNSON OF THE US COMPETE IN BOBSLEIGH WORLD CUP IN
WINTERBERG. 
Bonny Warner (R) and Gea Johnson of the USA start their women's
Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg November 11, 2001. Warner and
Johnson ranked fourth, Germany I with Sandra Prokoff and Ulrike Holzner
won ahead of Germany II with Susi Erdmann and Birgit Brodbeck.
REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/AKW 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14U2A 
November 11, 2001 
Susi Erdmann (L) and Birgit Brodbeck of Germany slide down the track
during a women's Bobsleigh World... 
Winterberg, Germany 
ERDMANN AND BRODBECK SLIDE DOWN THE TRACK DURING A WOMEN BOBSLEIGH
WORLD CUP RACE IN WINTERBERG. 
Susi Erdmann (L) and Birgit Brodbeck of Germany slide down the track
during a women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg November 11,
2001. Erdmann and Brodbeck ranked second behind Bob Germany I with
Sandra Prokoff and Ulrike Holzner. REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/AKW 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14U29 
November 11, 2001 
Susi Erdmann (R) and Birgit Brodbeck of Germany start in the women's
Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg... 
Winterberg, Germany 
ERDMANN AND BRODBECK COMPETE IN WOMEN'S BOBSLEIGH WORLD CUP RACE IN
WINTERBERG. 
Susi Erdmann (R) and Birgit Brodbeck of Germany start in the women's
Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg November 11, 2001. Erdmann and
Brodbeck ranked second behind Bobsleigh Germany I with Sandra Prokoff
and Ulrike Holzner. REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/AKW 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14U28 
November 11, 2001 
Sandra Prokoff (R) and Ulrike Holzner of Germany take off at the start
of the women's Bobsleigh World... 
Winterberg, Germany 
GERMAN PROKOFF AND HOLZNER START BOB WORLD CUP RACE IN WINTERBERG. 
Sandra Prokoff (R) and Ulrike Holzner of Germany take off at the start
of the women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg November 11,
2001. Prokoff and Holzner won the race ahead of the second German bob
with Susi Erdmann and Annegret Dietrich, Francoise Burdet and Martina
Feusi of Switzerland ranked third. REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/AKW 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14TTN 
November 10, 2001 
Francoise Burdet (R) and Martina Feusi of Switzerland start in the
women's Bobsleigh World Cup race... 
Winterberg, Germany 
BURDET AND FEUSI OF SWITZERLAND START THEIR RACE AT THE BOBSLEIGH WORLD
CUP IN WINTERBERG. 
Francoise Burdet (R) and Martina Feusi of Switzerland start in the
women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg November 10, 2001.
Burdet and Feusi ranked third behind Susi Erdmann and Annegret Dietrich
of Germany and the German winners Sandra Prokoff and Ulrike Holzner.
REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/CRB 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14TTM 
November 10, 2001 
Sandra Prokoff (L) and Ulrike Holzner (2ndL) of Germany's women's
Bobsleigh I stand on the podium after... 
Winterberg, Germany 
TWO GERMAN WOMEN SBOBSLEIGH TEAMS STAND ON THE PODIUM AFTER BOBSLEIGH
WORLD CUP RACE IN WINTERBERG. 
Sandra Prokoff (L) and Ulrike Holzner (2ndL) of Germany's women's
Bobsleigh I stand on the podium after winning the women's Bobsleigh
World Cup race in Winterberg November 10, 2001. The German Bobsleigh II
with Susi Erdmann (2ndR) and Annegret Dietrich (R) ranked second.
REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/CRB 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR14TTK 
November 10, 2001 
Sandra Prokoff (R) and Ulrike Holzner of Germany celebrate winning a
women's Bobsleigh World Cup race... 
Winterberg, Germany 
GERMAN PROKOFF AND HOLZNER CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING BOBSLEIGH WORLD CUP
RACE IN WINTERBERG. 
Sandra Prokoff (R) and Ulrike Holzner of Germany celebrate winning a
women's Bobsleigh World Cup race in Winterberg November 10, 2001. The
second German bobsleigh with Susi Erdmann and Annegret Dietrich ranked
second ahead of Francoise Burdet and Martina Feusi of Switzerland.
REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

JS/CRB 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR132TV 
February 09, 2001 
Germany's Susi Erdmann races down the track to a third place finish February 9, 2001, at the Women's... 
Calgary, Canada 
GERMANY'S ERDMANN RACES DOWN TRACK TO THIRD PLACE AT WOMEN'S BOBSLEIGH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. 
Germany's Susi Erdmann races down the track to a third place finish February 9, 2001, at the Women's Bobsleigh World Championships in Calgary.

PP/RCS 
SPORT BOBSLEIGH
RTR12YI3 
February 01, 2001 
Germany's Susi Erdmann (R) and Brigette Brodbeck push their sled at the start to place third February... 
Calgary, Canada 
GERMANY'S ERDMANN AND BRODBECK PUSH SLED TO THIRD PLACE FINISH IN WOMENS BOBSLEIGH. 
Germany's Susi Erdmann (R) and Brigette Brodbeck push their sled at the start to place third February 1, 2001, at the World Cup Womens Bobsleigh in Calgary. The United States finished in first and second place.

PP/RCS 
SPORT LUGE
RTRYRAZ 
January 16, 1999 
Germany's first placed Silke Kraushaar (C), second placed Susi Erdmann (L) and third placed Sylke Otto... 
Oberhof, Germany 
KRAUSHAAR, ERDMANN AND OTTO OF GERMANY SMILE ON LUGE PODIUM. 
Germany's first placed Silke Kraushaar (C), second placed Susi Erdmann (L) and third placed Sylke Otto (R) smile on the podium after their women's luge World cup race in Oberhof January 16. World cup leader Kraushaar placed first in a time of 1:23.578 minutes.

FAB/KM 
SPORT LUGE
RTRYR9I 
January 16, 1999 
Germany's Susi Erdmann drives during the women's luge World cup race in Oberhof January 16. Erdmann placed... 
Oberhof, Germany 
ERDMANN OF GERMANY DURING LUGE WORLD CUP RACE IN OBERHOF. 
Germany's Susi Erdmann drives during the women's luge World cup race in Oberhof January 16. Erdmann placed second after the first leg.

FAB/KM 
SPORT LUGE
RTRYHLU 
December 19, 1998 
Susi Erdmann of Germany stand close to her husband Steffen Ritschel when they watch the scoreboard at... 
Winterberg, Germany 
SUSI ERDMANN WITH STEFFEN RITSCHEL AT LUGE WORLDCUP IN WINTERBERG. 
Susi Erdmann of Germany stand close to her husband Steffen Ritschel when they watch the scoreboard at the womens Luge World Cup in Winterberg December 19. Susi Erdmann placed second behind her team-mate Silke Kraushaar.

JS/GB 
SPORT LUGE
RTRYHIX 
December 19, 1998 
Silke Kraushaar of Germany (C) smiles during the flower ceremony after winning the women's Luge World... 
Winterberg, Germany 
KRAUSHAAR WITH ERDMANN AND NIEDERNHUBER ON THE PODIUM OF THE LUGE WORLDCUP IN WINTERBERG. 
Silke Kraushaar of Germany (C) smiles during the flower ceremony after winning the women's Luge World Cup in Winterberg December 19. Her teammates Susi Erdmann (L) and Barbara Niedernhuber reached second and third rank.

JS/JRE 
SPORT LUGE
RTRYHIU 
December 19, 1998 
Susi Erdmann of Germany on her way to reach second rank of the womens Luge World Cup in Winterberg December... 
Winterberg, Germany 
SUSI ERDMANN IN ACTION AT LUGE WORLDCUP IN WINTERBERG. 
Susi Erdmann of Germany on her way to reach second rank of the womens Luge World Cup in Winterberg December 19. Her teammate Silke Kraushaar won the World Cup competition.

JS/GB 
SPORT LUGE
RTRYHIB 
December 19, 1998 
Silke Kraushaar of Germany smiles after her final lap of the womens Luge World Cup in Winterberg December... 
Winterberg, Germany 
SILKE KRAUSHAAR AFTER HER FINAL LAP AT LUGE WORLDCUP IN WINTERBERG. 
Silke Kraushaar of Germany smiles after her final lap of the womens Luge World Cup in Winterberg December 19. Kraushaar won the World Cup competition followed by her team mates Susi Erdmann and Barbara Niedernhuber.

JS/WS 
SPORT LUGE
RTRYHHX 
December 19, 1998 
Silke Kraushaar of Germany on her way to win the womens Luge World Cup in Winterberg December 19. Kraushaar... 
Winterberg, Germany 
SILKE KRAUSHAAR IN ACTION AT LUGE WORLDCUP IN WINTERBERG. 
Silke Kraushaar of Germany on her way to win the womens Luge World Cup in Winterberg December 19. Kraushaar teammates Susi Erdmann and Barbara Niedernhuber ranked second and third.

JS/GB 
SPORT LUGE
RTRY6AV 
November 28, 1998 
Susi Erdmann of Germany races in the track during her first round race at the luge Worldcup in Altenberg... 
Altenberg, Germany 
ERDMANN OF GERMANY RACES IN THE TRACK DURING LUGE WORLDCUP IN ALTENBERG. 
Susi Erdmann of Germany races in the track during her first round race at the luge Worldcup in Altenberg November 28. Erdmann placed fourth after the first race.

FAB/AA 
RTRAQ2L 
January 22, 1998 
German Defence Minister Volker Ruehe (R) gestures as Georg Hackl (L) and Susi Erdmann (2L) look on during... 
Germany 
DEFENCE MINISTER VOLKER RUEHE GESTURES DURING HIS VISIT TO GERMAN LUGE TEAM IN WINTERBERG 
German Defence Minister Volker Ruehe (R) gestures as Georg Hackl (L) and Susi Erdmann (2L) look on during his visit to the German luge team in Winterberg some 180 kilometers east of Cologne, January 22. Eleven members of the German armed forces Bundeswehr will take part at a World Cup race in Winterberg on January 24 and 25.

GERMANY LUGE 
LUGE
RTXIN14 
January 10, 1998 
First placed Germany's Silke Kraushaar is lifted up by second placed Andrea Tagwerker of Austria and... 
First placed Germany's Silke Kraushaar is lifted up by second placed Andrea Tagwerker of Austria and..... 
First placed Germany's Silke Kraushaar is lifted up by second placed Andrea Tagwerker of Austria and third placed Susi Erdmann of Germany during the victory ceremony on the podium for the women's event during the luge European championship in Oberhof January 10. Silke Kraushaar won the event in a time of 1:23.894. 
RTRAA6C 
January 10, 1998 
First placed Germany's Silke Kraushaar is lifted up by second placed Andrea Tagwerker of Austria and... 
Germany 
GERMANY'S KRAUSSHAAR AND ERDMANN AND AUSTRIA'S TAGWERKER CELEBRATE ON PODIUM IN OBERHOF 
First placed Germany's Silke Kraushaar is lifted up by second placed Andrea Tagwerker of Austria and third placed Susi Erdmann of Germany during the victory ceremony on the podium for the women's event during the luge European championship in Oberhof January 10. Silke Kraushaar won the event in a time of 1:23.894.

SPORT LUGE 
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January 10, 1998 
Germany's Susi Erdmann races during the woman luge event at the luge European championship in Oberhof... 
Germany 
GERMANY'S ERDMANN RACES INTO THE TRACK IN OBERHOF 
Germany's Susi Erdmann races during the woman luge event at the luge European championship in Oberhof January 10. Kraushaar placed second in the first half of the event.

SPORT LUGE 
RTRA91C 
January 09, 1998 
Germany's luge team of Karsten Albert, Susi Erdmann, Silke Kraushaar, Jens Mueller, Jan Behrendt and... 
Germany 
GERMAN TEAM CLEBRATE THEIR VICTORY DURING THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP IN OBERHOF 
Germany's luge team of Karsten Albert, Susi Erdmann, Silke Kraushaar, Jens Mueller, Jan Behrendt and Stefan Krausse (L-R) wave during the victory ceremony on the podium after winning the team event during the luge European championship in Oberhof January 9. Germany won the team event, Italy and Austria finished in second and third place.

SPORT LUGE 
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January 09, 1998 
Germany's luge team of Stefan Krauss, Jan Behrendt, Jens Mueller, Karsten Albert, Silke Kraushaar and... 
Germany 
GERMAN TEAM CLEBRATE THEIR VICTORY DURING THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP IN OBERHOF 
Germany's luge team of Stefan Krauss, Jan Behrendt, Jens Mueller, Karsten Albert, Silke Kraushaar and Susi Erdmann (L-R) celebrate their victory after winning the team event during the luge European championship in Oberhof January 9. Germany won the team event, Italy and Austria finished in second and third place.

SPORT LUGE 
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December 05, 1997 
Germany's Barbara Niederhuber rides her luge to win the Luge World cup event in Innsbruck, December 5.... 
Austria 
GERMANYS BARBARA NIEDERHUBER IN ACTION IN INNSBRUCK 
Germany's Barbara Niederhuber rides her luge to win the Luge World cup event in Innsbruck, December 5. Niederhuber won the event in a time of 1:21.618 minutes ahead of her compatriots Susi Erdmann and Sylke Otto.

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ERDMANN
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September 30, 1997 
Susi Erdmann, luge worldchampion and Olympic silver medallist, drinks a glass of champagne wearing her... 
Susi Erdmann, luge worldchampion and Olympic silver medallist, drinks a glass of champagne wearing h..... 
Susi Erdmann, luge worldchampion and Olympic silver medallist, drinks a glass of champagne wearing her army-uniform in Bonn September 30. Sergeant Erdmann, member of a medical unit, was appointed as a professional soldier by German Defence Minister Volker-Ruehe and is the first top sportswoman in that position. 
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September 30, 1997 
Susi Erdmann, luge worldchampion and Olympic silver medallist, drinks a glass of champagne wearing her... 
Germany 
SUSI ERDMANN DRINKS A GLASS OF CHAMPAIGN IN BONN 
Susi Erdmann, luge worldchampion and Olympic silver medallist, drinks a glass of champagne wearing her army-uniform in Bonn September 30. Sergeant Erdmann, member of a medical unit, was appointed as a professional soldier by German Defence Minister Volker Ruehe and is the first top sportswoman in that position.

GERMANY 
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January 18, 1997 
Germany's Susi Erdmann (R) and German luge team trainer Klaus Schwab (L) react after Erdmann won the... 
Austria 
ERDMANN AND SCHWAB POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS 
Germany's Susi Erdmann (R) and German luge team trainer Klaus Schwab (L) react after Erdmann won the gold medal at the luge World Championships in Igls near Insbruck, January 18. Erdmann won the competition in a combined time of 1:19.931 ahead of her teammate Jana Bode and Austria's Angelika Neuner.

SPORT LUGE 
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January 18, 1997 
Germany's Susi Erdmann on her way to win the gold medal at the luge World Championships in Igls near... 
Austria 
GERMANY'S SUSI ERDMANN IN LUGE ACTION 
Germany's Susi Erdmann on her way to win the gold medal at the luge World Championships in Igls near Innsbruck, January 18. Erdmann won the competition in a combined time of 1:19.931ahead of her teammate Jana Bode and Austria's Angelika Neuner.

SPORT LUGE 
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January 18, 1997 
Germany's Susi Erdmann (C), her teammate Jana Bode (R) and Austria's Angelika Neuner pose for photographers... 
Austria 
ERDMANN, BODE AND NEUNER POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS 
Germany's Susi Erdmann (C), her teammate Jana Bode (R) and Austria's Angelika Neuner pose for photographers after winning the medals at the luge World Championships in Igls near Innsbruck, January 18. Erdmann won the competition in a combined time of 1:19.931ahead of Bode and Neuner.

SPORT LUGE 
RTR19QL 
January 18, 1997 
Austria`s Angelika Neuner on her way to win the bronze medal of the Luge World Championships in Igls,... 
Austria 
AUSTRIA`S ANGELIKA NEUNER IN LUGE ACTION 
Austria`s Angelika Neuner on her way to win the bronze medal of the Luge World Championships in Igls, near Innsbruck, Jannuary 18. Germany's Susi Erdmann won the competition in a combined time of 1:19,931 ahead of compatriot Jana Bode and Neuner.

SPORT LUGE 
RTR19PH 
January 18, 1997 
Germany?s Jana Bode is on her way to win the silver medal at the Luge Worldchampionships in Igls, near... 
Austria 
GERMANYS JANA BODE ON HER WAY TO WIN IN IGLS 
Germany?s Jana Bode is on her way to win the silver medal at the Luge Worldchampionships in Igls, near Innsbruck, Jannuary 18. Germany`s Susi Erdmann won the competition in a combined time of 1:19.931 ahead of Bode and Austria`s Angelika Neuner.

SPORT LUGE 
ERDMANN
RTXFGZ7 
February 16, 1994 
Susi Erdmann of Germany with her silver medal for the womens single luge event at the 1994 Winter Olympic... 
Susi Erdmann of Germany with her silver medal for the womens single luge event at the 1994 Winter Ol..... 
Susi Erdmann of Germany with her silver medal for the womens single luge event at the 1994 Winter Olympic Games 
ERDMANN
RTXFGZ5 
February 16, 1994 
Susi Erdmann of Germany with her silver medal for the womens single luge event at the 1994 Winter Olympic... 
Susi Erdmann of Germany with her silver medal for the womens single luge event at the 1994 Winter Ol..... 
Susi Erdmann of Germany with her silver medal for the womens single luge event at the 1994 Winter Olympic Games 
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