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March 04, 2013 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes poses for a photograph with charity patron and actress Joanna Lumley... 
London, United Kingdom 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes poses for a photograph with charity patron and actress Joanna Lumley... 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes poses for a photograph with charity patron and actress Joanna Lumley (L) during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow Airport in London March 4, 2013. The 68-year-old was forced to pull out of an expedition across Antarctica during winter due to frostbite. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR3EK08 
March 04, 2013 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes listens during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow... 
London, United Kingdom 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes listens during a news conference after his arrival at Heathrow Airport... 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes listens during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow Airport in London March 4, 2013. The 68-year-old was forced to pull out of an expedition across Antarctica during winter due to frostbite. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR3EK06 
March 04, 2013 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes is interviewed after a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival... 
London, United Kingdom 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes is interviewed after a news conference after his arrival at Heathrow... 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes is interviewed after a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow Airport in London March 4, 2013. The 68-year-old was forced to pull out of an expedition across Antarctica during winter due to frostbite. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR3EJZW 
March 04, 2013 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference in a hotel, after... 
London, United Kingdom 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference after his arrival... 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow Airport in London March 4, 2013. The 68-year-old was forced to pull out of an expedition across Antarctica during winter due to frostbite. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR3EJZR 
March 04, 2013 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes listens during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow... 
London, United Kingdom 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes listens during a news conference after his arrival at Heathrow Airport... 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes listens during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow Airport in London March 4, 2013. The 68-year-old was forced to pull out of an expedition across Antarctica during winter due to frostbite. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR3EJZM 
March 04, 2013 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference in a hotel, after... 
London, United Kingdom 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference after his arrival... 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow Airport in London March 4, 2013. The 68-year-old was forced to pull out of an expedition across Antarctica during winter due to frostbite. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR3EJZD 
March 04, 2013 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference in a hotel, after... 
London, United Kingdom 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference after his arrival... 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes looks at his injured hand during a news conference in a hotel, after his arrival at Heathrow Airport in London March 4, 2013. The 68-year-old was forced to pull out of an expedition across Antarctica during winter due to frostbite. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVZ4 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes attends a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes attends a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach... 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes attends a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVW0 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt... 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVV4 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes (2nd R) poses with his wife Louise (2nd L) and two Marie Curie Cancer care nurses... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes poses with his wife Louise during a news conference in London 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes (2nd R) poses with his wife Louise (2nd L) and two Marie Curie Cancer care nurses during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVR1 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt... 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVOT 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt... 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVNM 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes is touched by his wife Louise during a news conference in London after returning... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes is touched by his wife Louise during a news conference in London 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes is touched by his wife Louise during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVIO 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes poses during a news conference in London after returning from his successful... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes poses during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt... 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes poses during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXNVHT 
May 26, 2009 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes poses with his wife Louise during a news conference in London after returning... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Fiennes poses with his wife Louise during news conference in London 
Explorer Ranulph Fiennes poses with his wife Louise during a news conference in London after returning from his successful attempt to reach the summit of Everest to raise money for the charity Marie Curie Cancer Care May 26, 2009. On his third attempt, and at 65, Fiennes is the oldest Briton to reach the summit. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN SOCIETY) 
NEPAL
RTXMKOM 
May 24, 2009 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes jokes with friends after returning from the Everest region in Kathmandu May 24, 2009.... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes jokes with friends after returning from Everest region in Kathmandu 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes jokes with friends after returning from the Everest region in Kathmandu May 24, 2009. Aged 65, Fiennes became the oldest Briton to climb Mount Everest when he reached the summit on May 21, 2009. REUTERS/Deepa Shrestha (NEPAL SOCIETY) 
NEPAL
RTXMKKU 
May 24, 2009 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes rests his left hand with amputated finger tips on a chair during lunch with friends... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes rests his left hand with amputated finger tips on a chair during lunch with friends... 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes rests his left hand with amputated finger tips on a chair during lunch with friends in Kathmandu May 24, 2009. Aged 65, Fiennes became the oldest Briton to climb Mount Everest when he reached the summit on May 21, 2009. He amputated the fingertips on his left hand after sustaining severe frostbite during an attempted expedition to the North Pole in 2000. REUTERS/Shruti Shrestha (NEPAL SOCIETY) 
NEPAL
RTXMKKT 
May 24, 2009 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes jokes with friends after returning from the Everest region in Kathmandu May 24, 2009.... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes jokes with friends after returning from Everest region in Kathmandu 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes jokes with friends after returning from the Everest region in Kathmandu May 24, 2009. Aged 65, Fiennes became the oldest Briton to climb Mount Everest when he reached the summit on May 21, 2009. REUTERS/Deepa Shrestha (NEPAL SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BRITAIN
RTR18DII 
January 17, 2006 
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (R) waves off Helen and John Taylor in their Volkswagen Golf car in Waterloo... 
London, United Kingdom 
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes waves off Helen and John Taylor in Waterloo Place, central London 
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (R) waves off Helen and John Taylor in their Volkswagen Golf car in Waterloo Place, central London, January 17, 2006. The couple are embarking on a trip around the world, fuelled by a new Shell petrol formulation in an attempt to set an Official Guinness World Record for fuel efficiency. The attempt will cover approximately 28,970 km (18,000 miles), across 25 countries, in 70 days, on fifty fill-ups or less. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico 
BRITAIN
RTR19MRH 
October 18, 2005 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech "Navigating Transition and Executing Change"... 
London, UK 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers a speech at the Barbican centre in London 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech "Navigating Transition and Executing Change" at the Leaders in London Summit at the Barbican centre, London October 18, 2005. The two-day summit hosts a line up of international speakers, including former president of the U.S. Bill Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright and British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, discussing aspects of business leadership to an audience of European businessmen. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty 
BRITAIN
RTR19MRF 
October 18, 2005 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech 'Navigating Transition and Executing Change'... 
London, UK 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers a speech at the Leaders in London Summit at the Barbican... 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech 'Navigating Transition and Executing Change' at the Leaders in London Summit at the Barbican centre, London October 18, 2005. The two-day summit hosts a line up of international speakers, including former president of the U.S. Bill Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright and British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, discussing aspects of business leadership to an audience of European businessmen. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty 
BRITAIN
RTR19MG0 
October 18, 2005 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech "Navigating Transition and Executing Change"... 
London, UK 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers a speech at the Barbican centre in London 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech "Navigating Transition and Executing Change" at the Leaders in London Summit at the Barbican centre, London October 18, 2005. The two-day summit hosts a line up of international speakers, including former president of the U.S. Bill Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright and British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, discussing aspects of business leadership to an audience of European businessmen. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty 
BRITAIN
RTR19MFS 
October 18, 2005 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech "Navigating Transition and Executing Change"... 
London, UK 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers a speech at the Barbican centre in London 
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev delivers his speech "Navigating Transition and Executing Change" at the "Leaders in London Summit" at the Barbican centre, London October 18, 2005. The two-day summit hosts a line up of international speakers, including former president of the U.S. Bill Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright and British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, discussing aspects of business leadership to an audience of European businessmen. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty 
LIFE FIENNES
RTRQ9JS 
November 02, 2003 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks after finishing his seventh
marathon in seven days on seven... 
New York, United States of America 
EXPLORER RANULPH FIENNES FINISHES 7TH MARATHON IN NEW YORK. 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks after finishing his seventh
marathon in seven days on seven continents, in New York on November 2,
2003. Fiennes finished at 5:25:46. REUTERS/Chip East

CME 
RTRQ9F9 
November 02, 2003 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes (R) and his running partner Mike
Stroud (L) speak after finishing their... 
UNITED STATES 
EXPLORER RANULPH FIENNES FINISHES 7TH MARATHON. 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes (R) and his running partner Mike
Stroud (L) speak after finishing their seventh marathon in seven days
on seven continents, in New York on November 2, 2003. REUTERS/Chip
East

CME 
RTRQ9F2 
November 02, 2003 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes is presented a medal after finishing
his seventh marathon in seven... 
UNITED STATES 
EXPLORER RANULPH FIENNES FINISHES 7TH MARATHON IN SEVEN DAYS. 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes is presented a medal after finishing
his seventh marathon in seven days on seven continents, in New York
November 2, 2003. Fiennes on Sunday finished the last leg of his latest
challenge - running seven marathons in seven days on seven continents
only months after suffering a near-fatal heart attack. He finished in a
time of five hours, 25, minutes, 26 seconds. REUTERS/Chip East

CME/HB 
RTRQ9EY 
November 02, 2003 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks after finishing his seventh
marathon in seven days on seven... 
UNITED STATES 
EXPLORER RANULPH FIENNES FINISHES 7TH MARATHON IN NEW YORK. 
British explorer Ranulph Fiennes speaks after finishing his seventh
marathon in seven days on seven continents, in New York on November 2,
2003. Fiennes finished at 5:25:46. REUTERS/Chip East

CME 
LIFE FIENNES
RTRQ7TD 
November 01, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) passes a street bill board
written in Arabic as he runs through... 
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of 
BRITISH EXPLORER SIR RANULPH FIENNES RUNS IN EGYPT DURING MARATHON
RECORD ATTEMPT. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) passes a street bill board
written in Arabic as he runs through a Cairo street November 1, 2003.
Fiennes slowly began the penultimate leg of his latest challenge on
Saturday - running seven marathons in seven days on seven

continents months after suffering a near-fatal heart attack.
REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby 
LIFE FIENNES
RTR62IZ 
November 01, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes gestures during a news conference
in front of the 4,500-year-old... 
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of 
SIR RANULPH FIENNES GESTURES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN FRONT OF THE
SPHINX IN EGYPT. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes gestures during a news conference
in front of the 4,500-year-old Pharaonic monument the Sphinx before the
start of a marathon in Cairo November 1, 2003. Fiennes slowly began the
penultimate leg of his latest challenge on

Saturday - running seven marathons in seven days on seven continents
months after suffering a near-fatal heart attack. REUTERS/Aladin Abdel
Naby 
FIENNES
RTXM9XQ 
October 31, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes departs from Windsor Castle on the fifth leg of his seven continent... 
London, UK 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes departs from Windsor Castle on the fifth leg of his seven conti..... 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes departs from Windsor Castle on the fifth leg of his seven continent marathon challenge, in southern England, October 31, 2003. Fiennes began the fifth leg of his latest challenge of running seven marathons in seven days in seven continents on Friday, less than five months after suffering a near-fatal heart attack. 
PEOPLE FIENNES
RTRQ7A3 
October 31, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes makes final preparations before
departing from Windsor Castle on... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITISH EXPLORER FIENNES PREPARES TO BEGIN FIFTH LEG OF MARATHON
CHALLENGE AT WINDSOR CASTLE. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes makes final preparations before
departing from Windsor Castle on the fifth leg of his seven continent
marathon challenge, in southern England, October 31, 2003. Fiennes
began the fifth leg of his latest challenge of running seven marathons
in seven days in seven continents on Friday, less than five months
after suffering a near-fatal heart attack. REUTERS/David Bebber

ASA 
PEOPLE FIENNES
RTRQ79P 
October 31, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes departs from Windsor Castle on the
fifth leg of his seven continent... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITISH EXPLORER FIENNES BEGINS FIFTH LEG OF MARATHON CHALLENGE AT
WINDSOR CASTLE. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes departs from Windsor Castle on the
fifth leg of his seven continent marathon challenge, in southern
England, October 31, 2003. Fiennes began the fifth leg of his latest
challenge of running seven marathons in seven days in seven continents
on Friday, less than five months after suffering a near-fatal heart
attack. REUTERS/David Bebber

ASA/CRB 
RTRQ79C 
October 31, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (R) and expedition partner Mike
Stroud (L) make final preparations... 
London 
BRITISH EXPLORER FIENNES PREPARES TO BEGIN FIFTH LEG OF MARATHON
CHALLENGE AT WINDSOR CASTLE. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (R) and expedition partner Mike
Stroud (L) make final preparations before departing from Windsor Castle
on the fifth leg of their seven continent marathon challenge, in
southern England, October 31, 2003. Fiennes began the fifth leg of his
latest challenge of running seven marathons in seven days in seven
continents on Friday, less than five months after suffering a
near-fatal heart attack. REUTERS/David Bebber

ASA/CRB 
SINGAPORE
RTR5Y70 
October 30, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (R) receives a blood test after he
finished a marathon run in Singapore,... 
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of 
BRITISH EXPLORER FIENNES GETS A BLOOD TEST AFTER HIS MARATHON IN
SINGAPORE. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (R) receives a blood test after he
finished a marathon run in Singapore, October 30, 2003, on the fourth
leg of his bid to run seven marathons in seven days on seven
continents. Fiennes, 59, described by the Guinness Book of Records as
the "World's Greatest Living Explorer" is attempting his feat less than
five months after suffering a near fatal heart attack. REUTERS/David
Loh

DL/RCS 
SINGAPORE
RTR5Y6V 
October 30, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks to the media after he
finished a marathon run in Singapore,... 
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of 
BRITISH EXPLORER SIR RANULPH FIENNES SPEAKS TO THE MEDIA AFTER HIS
MARATHON IN SINGAPORE. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks to the media after he
finished a marathon run in Singapore, October 30, 2003, on the fourth
leg of the latter's bid to run seven marathons in seven days on seven
continents. Fiennes, 59, described by the Guinness Book of Records as
the "World's Greatest Living Explorer" is attempting his feat less than
five months after suffering a near fatal heart attack. REUTERS/David
Loh

RCS 
SINGAPORE
RTR5Y6L 
October 30, 2003 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (2nd R) runs a marathon in
Singapore, October 30, 2003, on the... 
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of 
BRITISH EXPLORER SIR RANULPH FIENNES RUNS MARATHON IN SINGAPORE. 
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (2nd R) runs a marathon in
Singapore, October 30, 2003, on the fourth leg of the latter's bid to
run seven marathons in seven days on seven continents. Fiennes, 59,
described by the Guinness Book of Records as the "World's Greatest
Living Explorer" is attempting his feat less than five months after
suffering a near fatal heart attack. REUTERS/David Loh

RCS 
SINGAPORE
RTR5Y6E 
October 30, 2003 
A Singaporean marathon runner pours water on British explorer Sir
Ranulph Fiennes (2nd R) in Singapore,... 
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of 
SINGAPORE MARATHON RUNNER POURS WATER ON BRITISH EXPLORER FIENNES IN
SINGAPORE. 
A Singaporean marathon runner pours water on British explorer Sir
Ranulph Fiennes (2nd R) in Singapore, October 30, 2003, on the fourth
leg of the latter's bid to run seven marathons in seven days on seven
continents. Fiennes, 59, described by the Guinness Book of Records as
the "World's Greatest living Explorer" is attempting his feat less than
five months after suffering a near fatal heart attack. REUTERS/David
Loh

DL 
AUSTRALIA
RTXM9U9 
October 29, 2003 
Britain Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) and Dr Mike Stroud (R) run through the forecourt of the Sydney Opera... 
Sydney, Australia 
Britain Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) and Dr Mike Stroud (R) run through the forecourt of the Sydney Opera..... 
Britain Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) and Dr Mike Stroud (R) run through the forecourt of the Sydney Opera House during their Sydney marathon October 29, 2003. Fiennes, described by the Guinness Book of Records as "the World's Greatest Living Explorer", is attempting to be the first man to run seven marathons on seven continents in seven days. 
AUSTRALIA
RTRQ5X8 
October 29, 2003 
SIR RANULPH FIENNES AND DOCTOR MIKE STROUD SHAKE HANDS AFTER COMPLETING
THEIR THIRD MARATHON IN THREE... 
Sydney, Australia 
SIR RANULPH FIENNES AND DOCTOR MIKE STROUD SHAKE HANDS AFTER COMPLETING
THEIR THIRD MARATHON IN ... 
SIR RANULPH FIENNES AND DOCTOR MIKE STROUD SHAKE HANDS AFTER COMPLETING
THEIR THIRD MARATHON IN THREE DAYS IN SYDNEY. 
AUSTRALIA
RTRQ5SM 
October 29, 2003 
Britain's Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) and an unidentified runner pass the
Sydney Opera House as he runs... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITISH EXPLORER IN WORLD MARATHON RECORD ATTEMPT IN SYDNEY. 
Britain's Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) and an unidentified runner pass the
Sydney Opera House as he runs a marathon in Sydney October 29, 2003.
Fiennes, described by the Guinness Book of Records as "the World's
Greatest Living Explorer", is attempting to be the first man to run
seven marathons on seven continents in seven days. REUTERS/Will
Burgess

WB/RCS 
AUSTRALIA
RTRQ5SI 
October 29, 2003 
Britain Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) and Dr Mike Stroud (R) run through the
forecourt of the Sydney Opera... 
Sydney, Australia 
BRITISH EXPLORER IN WORLD MARATHON RECORD ATTEMPT IN SYDNEY. 
Britain Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) and Dr Mike Stroud (R) run through the
forecourt of the Sydney Opera House during their Sydney marathon October 29,
2003. Fiennes, described by the Guinness Book of Records as "the World's
Greatest Living Explorer", is attempting to be the first man to run seven
marathons on seven continents in seven days. Pictures of the month October
2003. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/RCS 
AUSTRALIA
RTRGKCG 
October 29, 2003 
British Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) passes the Sydney Opera House as he runs a marathon October... 
Sydney, Australia 
British Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) passes the Sydney Opera House as he runs a marathon. 
British Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes (L) passes the Sydney Opera House as he runs a marathon October 29, 2003. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/LA 
RTRZYK 
December 12, 1996 
FILE PHOTO 19FEB93 - British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks at a press conference at the Royal Geographic... 
United Kingdom 
SIR RANULPH FIENNES FILE PHOTO LONDON 
FILE PHOTO 19FEB93 - British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks at a press conference at the Royal Geographic Society in February 1993. Fiennes was forced to abandon his attempt to become the first man to walk unaided across Antarctica December 11 due to a kidney stones complaint.

BRITAIN 
PIPE SMOKE
RTR20S 
January 19, 1994 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Pipesmoker of the Year (C) poses with former winners Rod Hull (L) and Sir Patrick... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
PIPESMOKER OF THE YEAR FIENNES WITH FORMER WINNERS HULL AND MOORE IN LONDON. 
Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Pipesmoker of the Year (C) poses with former winners Rod Hull (L) and Sir Patrick Moore (R), January 19, 1994. Fiennes, who received the annual award at a ceremony held by the Pipesmokers Council, only smokes on expeditions. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE. REUTER/Russell Boyce CMC/PN 
FIENNES
RTXF1TF 
February 19, 1993 
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks at a press conference at the Royal Geographic Society February 19... 
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks at a press conference at the Royal Geographic Society February 1..... 
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks at a press conference at the Royal Geographic Society February 19 following his 95-day trek across the Antarctic 
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