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EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDJ
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDH
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDG
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDF
November 16, 2016
A boat sails past DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A boat sails past DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg
A boat sails past DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDD
November 16, 2016
A boat sails past DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A boat sails past DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg
A boat sails past DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDC
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDB
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016....
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXDA
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016....
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXD9
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm from Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXD7
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm and Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm and Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres...
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm and Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXD5
November 16, 2016
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016....
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg
A general view of the DanTysk wind farm, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER
RTX2TXD3
November 16, 2016
A general view of Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark,...
Esbjerg, Denmark
A general view of Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg
A general view of Vattenfall's offshore accommodation platform, 90 kilometres west of Esbjerg, Denmark, September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. To match EUROPE-OFFSHORE/WINDPOWER REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard
GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
RTR34S97
July 10, 2012
Rotor-blades are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Rotor-blades are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg
Rotor-blades are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
RTR34S96
July 10, 2012
Hubs are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Hubs are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg
Hubs are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
RTR34S95
July 10, 2012
Hubs are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Hubs are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg
Hubs are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
RTR34S91
July 10, 2012
A tower is pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. A hub and towers...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Tower is pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg
A tower is pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. A hub and towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
RTR34S90
July 10, 2012
Towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg
Towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
RTR34S8Z
July 10, 2012
Rotor-blades are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Rotor-blades are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg
Rotor-blades are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE
RTR34S8Y
July 10, 2012
A hub and towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Hub and towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg
A hub and towers are pictured at Siemens Wind Power's port of export in Esbjerg June 11, 2012. Europe's biggest economy aims to derive at least 35 percent of its power from renewable sources in 2020 and 80 percent in 2050, from 20 percent now. Offshore wind farms, driven by stronger and steadier winds at sea, are proving to be more efficient than their onshore counterparts and a growing area of interest throughout Europe. The region is home to some of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, such as Denmark's Vestas, Gamesa and Siemens. To match Feature GERMANY-WIND/OFFSHORE Picture taken June 11, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
CURLING/
RTR2KHEZ
March 27, 2011
Canada's second Tammy Schneider (L) looks at the house with Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), third Cecilia...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Canada's second Schneider looks at the house with Sweden's skip Norberg, third Cecilia Ostlund, second...
Canada's second Tammy Schneider (L) looks at the house with Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd R), second Sara Carlsson (3rd R) and lead Lotta Lennartsson during the gold medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHE9
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (L), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd L), second Sara Carlsson (3rd L), lead Lotta...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Swedish team holds gold medal trophy after defeating Canada to win the World Women's Curling Championship...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (L), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd L), second Sara Carlsson (3rd L), lead Lotta Lennartsson (4th L), 5th player Karin Rudstrom (5th L) and coach Magnus Swartling hold the gold medal trophy after defeating Canada to win the World Women's Curling Championship in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHE4
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd R), second Sara Carlsson (3rd R), lead Lotta...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Swedish team celebrates after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd R), second Sara Carlsson (3rd R), lead Lotta Lennartsson (4th R), 5th player Karin Rudstrom (5th R) and coach Magnus Swartling celebrate after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHDZ
March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu (L), third Liu Yin (2nd L), second Yue Qingshuang (3rd L), lead Zhou Yan (4th...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's team stands on the podium after winning the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling Championships...
China's skip Wang Bingyu (L), third Liu Yin (2nd L), second Yue Qingshuang (3rd L), lead Zhou Yan (4th L), 5th player Yu Xinna (5th L) and coach Zhang Wei stand on the podium after winning the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHDR
March 27, 2011
Canada's skip Amber Holland (R), third Kim Schneider (2nd R), second Tammy Schneider (3rd L) and lead...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Canadian team waits for the podium ceremony after losing the gold medal match to Sweden at the World...
Canada's skip Amber Holland (R), third Kim Schneider (2nd R), second Tammy Schneider (3rd L) and lead Heather Kalenchuk wait for the podium ceremony after losing the gold medal match to Sweden at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHDG
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (L), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd L), second Sara Carlsson (3rd L), lead Lotta...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Swedish team holds gold medal trophy after defeating Canada to win the World Women's Curling Championship...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (L), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd L), second Sara Carlsson (3rd L), lead Lotta Lennartsson (4th L), 5th player Karin Rudstrom (5th L) and coach Magnus Swartling hold the gold medal trophy after defeating Canada to win the World Women's Curling Championship in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHD7
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd R), second Sara Carlsson (3rd R), lead Lotta...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Swedish team celebrates after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), third Cecilia Ostlund (2nd R), second Sara Carlsson (3rd R), lead Lotta Lennartsson (4th R), 5th player Karin Rudstrom (5th R) and coach Magnus Swartling celebrate after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHD2
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), second Sara Carlsson (C) and lead Lotta Lennartsson watch the final...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden's skip Norberg, second Carlsson and lead Lennartsson watch the final stone by Canada during the...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), second Sara Carlsson (C) and lead Lotta Lennartsson watch the final stone by Canada during the gold medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHCX
March 27, 2011
Sweden's lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) hugs teammate second Sara Carlsson (2nd L) as skip Anette Norberg...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden's team celebrate after they defeated Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling...
Sweden's lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) hugs teammate second Sara Carlsson (2nd L) as skip Anette Norberg (2nd R) and third Cecilia Ostlund celebrate after they defeated Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHCR
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg celebrates after defeating Denmark to win the gold medal at the World Women's...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden skip Norberg celebrates after defeating Denmark to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg celebrates after defeating Denmark to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHCM
March 27, 2011
Sweden's lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) hugs teammate second Sara Carlsson (2nd L) while skip Anette Norberg...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden's team celebrates after they defeated Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling...
Sweden's lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) hugs teammate second Sara Carlsson (2nd L) while skip Anette Norberg (2nd R) hugs third Cecilia Ostlund after they defeated Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHCF
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg celebrates after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden skip Norberg celebrates after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg celebrates after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHCA
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), second Sara Carlsson (C) and lead Lotta Lennartsson celebrate after...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden team celebrates after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), second Sara Carlsson (C) and lead Lotta Lennartsson celebrate after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KHC2
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), second Sara Carlsson (C) and lead Lotta Lennartsson celebrate after...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden team celebrates after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (R), second Sara Carlsson (C) and lead Lotta Lennartsson celebrate after defeating Canada to win the gold medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH5I
March 27, 2011
Canada's lead Heather Kalenchuk pumps a hand in the air as she and teammates second Tammy Schneider,...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Canadian team arrives for the gold medal match against Sweden at the World Women's Curling Championships...
Canada's lead Heather Kalenchuk pumps a hand in the air as she and teammates second Tammy Schneider, third Kim Schneider and skip Amber Holland (L-R) arrive for their gold medal match against Sweden at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH5B
March 27, 2011
Canada's skip Amber Holland calls for sweepers during their gold medal match against Sweden at the World...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Canada's skip Holland calls for sweepers during their gold medal match against Sweden at World Women's...
Canada's skip Amber Holland calls for sweepers during their gold medal match against Sweden at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH54
March 27, 2011
Canada's skip Amber Holland (front) calls for sweepers as Sweden's skip Anette Norberg looks on during...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Canada's skip Holland calls for sweepers as Sweden's skip Norberg looks on during their gold medal match...
Canada's skip Amber Holland (front) calls for sweepers as Sweden's skip Anette Norberg looks on during their gold medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH52
March 27, 2011
Canada's skip Amber Holland (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Heather Kalenchuk (L) and second...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Canada's skip Holland watches the line of her shot as lead Kalenchuk and second Schneider play during...
Canada's skip Amber Holland (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Heather Kalenchuk (L) and second Tammy Schneider play during their gold medal match against Sweden at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH4Y
March 27, 2011
Canada's skip Amber Holland (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Heather Kalenchuk (L) and second...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Canada's skip Holland watches line of her shot as lead Kalenchuk and second Schneider play during their...
Canada's skip Amber Holland (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Heather Kalenchuk (L) and second Tammy Schneider play during their gold medal match against Sweden at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH4X
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (C) watches sweepers second Sara Carlsson (L) and third Cecilia Ostlund...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden's skip Norberg watches sweepers second Carlsson and third Ostlund during their gold medal match...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (C) watches sweepers second Sara Carlsson (L) and third Cecilia Ostlund during their gold medal match against Canada at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH4W
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (front) calls for sweepers as Canada's skip Amber Holland (L) and third...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden's skip Norberg calls for sweepers as Canada's skip Holland and third Schneider look on during...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (front) calls for sweepers as Canada's skip Amber Holland (L) and third Kim Schneider look on during their gold medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH4R
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) and second...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden's skip Norberg watches the line of her shot as lead Lennartsson and second Carlsson play during...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) and second Sara Carlsson play during their gold medal match against Canada at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KH4O
March 27, 2011
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) and second...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Sweden's skip Norberg watches line of her shot as lead Lennartsson and second Carlsson play during their...
Sweden's skip Anette Norberg (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Lotta Lennartsson (L) and second Sara Carlsson play during their gold medal match against Canada at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KGZY
March 27, 2011
Denmark's lead Maria Poulsen (L-R), third Helle Simonsen and skip Lene Nielsen watch as China's second...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Denmark's Poulsen, Simonsen and Nielsen watch as China's Yue and Zhou bring the winning stone down the...
Denmark's lead Maria Poulsen (L-R), third Helle Simonsen and skip Lene Nielsen watch as China's second Yue Qingshuang and lead Zhou Yan bring the winning stone down the sheet during the bronze medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KGZ3
March 27, 2011
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen walks back to join her team after missing her final shot in their bronze...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Denmark's skip Nielsen walks back to join her team after missing her final shot in their bronze medal...
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen walks back to join her team after missing her final shot in their bronze medal match against China at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KGZ2
March 27, 2011
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen (R), third Helle Simonsen (C) and lead Maria Poulsen wait for China to take...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Denmark's skip Nielsen, third Simonsen and lead Poulsen wait for China to take their final shot in the...
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen (R), third Helle Simonsen (C) and lead Maria Poulsen wait for China to take their final shot in the 11th end during the bronze medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KGYT
March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu (R) hugs second Yue Qingshuang after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang hugs second Yue after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal at the World Women's...
China's skip Wang Bingyu (R) hugs second Yue Qingshuang after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KGYS
March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu celebrates after defeating Denmark in the bronze medal match at the World Women's...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang celebrates after defeating Denmark in the bronze medal match at the World Women's Curling...
China's skip Wang Bingyu celebrates after defeating Denmark in the bronze medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KGYR
March 27, 2011
China's third Liu Yin, lead Zhou Yan, second Yue Qingshuang and skip Wang Bingyu (L-R) celebrate after...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's team celebrates after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling...
China's third Liu Yin, lead Zhou Yan, second Yue Qingshuang and skip Wang Bingyu (L-R) celebrate after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTR2KGYJ
March 27, 2011
China's lead Zhou Yan, second Yue Qingshuang, third Liu Yin and skip Wang Bingyu (L-R) celebrate after...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's team celebrates after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling...
China's lead Zhou Yan, second Yue Qingshuang, third Liu Yin and skip Wang Bingyu (L-R) celebrate after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's lead Zhou Yan, third Liu Yin, skip Wang Bingyu and second Yue Qingshuang (L-R) leave the ice...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's lead Zhou, third Liu, skip Wang and second Yue leave ice after defeating Denmark to win bronze...
China's lead Zhou Yan, third Liu Yin, skip Wang Bingyu and second Yue Qingshuang (L-R) leave the ice after defeating Denmark to win the bronze medal at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu celebrates after defeating Denmark in their bronze medal match at the World...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang celebrates after defeating Denmark in their bronze medal match at World Women's Curling...
China's skip Wang Bingyu celebrates after defeating Denmark in their bronze medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu (R) slaps hands with lead Zhou Yan after her shot during their bronze medal...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang slaps hands with lead Zhou after her shot in their bronze medal match against Denmark...
China's skip Wang Bingyu (R) slaps hands with lead Zhou Yan after her shot during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu (R), third Liu Yin (C) and lead Zhou Yan raise their brooms after a shot by...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang, third Liu and lead Zhou raise their brooms after a shot by second Yue during their...
China's skip Wang Bingyu (R), third Liu Yin (C) and lead Zhou Yan raise their brooms after a shot by second Yue Qingshuang during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu lines up a shot during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang lines up shot during their bronze medal match against Denmark at World Women's Curling...
China's skip Wang Bingyu lines up a shot during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu calls for sweepers during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang calls for sweepers during their bronze medal match against Denmark at World Women's...
China's skip Wang Bingyu calls for sweepers during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Zhou Yan (L) and second Yue Qingshuang...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang watches line of her shot as lead Zhou and second Yue play during their bronze medal...
China's skip Wang Bingyu (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Zhou Yan (L) and second Yue Qingshuang play during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Zhou Yan (L) and second Yue Qingshuang...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang watches line of her shot as lead Zhou and second Yue play during their bronze medal...
China's skip Wang Bingyu (C) watches the line of her shot as lead Zhou Yan (L) and second Yue Qingshuang play during their bronze medal match against Denmark at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen watches the line of her shot during their bronze medal match against China...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Denmark's skip Nielsen watches the line of her shot during their bronze medal match against China at...
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen watches the line of her shot during their bronze medal match against China at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
China's skip Wang Bingyu (L) and Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen look at the house during their bronze medal...
Esbjerg, Denmark
China's skip Wang and Denmark's skip Nielsen look at house during their bronze medal match at World Women's...
China's skip Wang Bingyu (L) and Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen look at the house during their bronze medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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March 27, 2011
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen (R) congratulates teammates second Jeanne Ellegaard (2nd R), third Helle...
Esbjerg, Denmark
Denmark's skip Nielsen congratulates teammates second Ellegaard, third Simonsen and lead Poulsen after...
Denmark's skip Lene Nielsen (R) congratulates teammates second Jeanne Ellegaard (2nd R), third Helle Simonsen (2nd L) and lead Maria Poulsen after gaining a point against China during their bronze medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships in Esbjerg March 27, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (DENMARK - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
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