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ATHLETICS-AUSTRALIA/FREEMAN
RTR2KWT1
April 07, 2011
Former Olympic champion Cathy Freeman attends a Reuters interview in Sydney April 7, 2011. Former Olympic...
Sydney, Australia
To match INTERVIEW AUSTRALIA/FREEMAN
Former Olympic champion Cathy Freeman attends a Reuters interview in Sydney April 7, 2011. Former Olympic champion Cathy Freeman is delighted at the return of Jana Rawlinson to the athletics track and urged the whole of Australia to get behind the twice world champion. To match INTERVIEW AUSTRALIA/FREEMAN REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS HEADSHOT SOCIETY)
ATHLETICS-AUSTRALIA/FREEMAN
RTR2KWSY
April 07, 2011
Former Olympic champion Cathy Freeman walks with children during a charity event in Sydney April 7, 2011....
Sydney, Australia
To match INTERVIEW ATHLETICS AUSTRALIA/FREEMAN
Former Olympic champion Cathy Freeman walks with children during a charity event in Sydney April 7, 2011. Former Olympic champion Cathy Freeman is delighted at the return of Jana Rawlinson to the athletics track and urged the whole of Australia to get behind the twice world champion. To match INTERVIEW AUSTRALIA/FREEMAN REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR2CPKO
April 12, 2010
A child runs past lifesized backlit photographs of Australia's former Olympic athlete Cathy Freeman at...
Melbourne, Australia
A child runs past photographs of Australia's Freeman at an exhibition in Melbourne
A child runs past lifesized backlit photographs of Australia's former Olympic athlete Cathy Freeman at a Melbourne Museum exhibition April 12, 2010. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY)
SPORT-DECADE/TIMELINE
RTXS1TA
December 21, 2009
Sprinter Cathy Freeman of Australia holds the Olympic torch aloft in the Olympic Stadium during the opening...
Sydney, Australia
To match feature SPORT-DECADE/TIMELINE
Sprinter Cathy Freeman of Australia holds the Olympic torch aloft in the Olympic Stadium during the opening ceremony in this September 15, 2000 file photo. Freeman lit the Sydney Olympic flame in a symbol of reconciliation between Aboriginal Australians and the European settlers. She then went on to win Australia's only track gold in the 400 metres. Picture taken September 15, 2000. To match feature -DECADE/TIMELINE REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-FREEMAN/
RTX77W6
June 22, 2008
Former Australian athlete Cathy Freeman laughs during an interview in Beijing June 22, 2008. Freeman...
Beijing, China
Former Australian athlete Cathy Freeman laughs during an interview in Beijing
Former Australian athlete Cathy Freeman laughs during an interview in Beijing June 22, 2008. Freeman is in the Olympic Games city promoting the Cathy Freeman Foundation and speaking to young athletes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-FREEMAN/
RTX77W1
June 22, 2008
Former Australian athlete Cathy Freeman talks during an interview in Beijing June 22, 2008. Freeman is...
Beijing, China
Former Australian athlete Cathy Freeman talks during an interview in Beijing
Former Australian athlete Cathy Freeman talks during an interview in Beijing June 22, 2008. Freeman is in the Olympic Games city promoting the Cathy Freeman Foundation and speaking to young athletes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1OA8O
April 04, 2007
Former Olympic and World champion swimmer Ian Thorpe (L) is joined by former Olympic 400 metres champion...
Sydney, Australia
Former Olympic and World champion swimmer Ian Thorpe is joined by former Olympic 400 metres champion...
Former Olympic and World champion swimmer Ian Thorpe (L) is joined by former Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy Freeman at a computer in Sydney April 4, 2007 as they launch the "Close the Gap" campaign aimed at closing the life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1OA8N
April 04, 2007
Former Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy Freeman poses in a sea of hands during the launch of the campaign...
Sydney, Australia
Former Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy Freeman poses in a sea of hands during the launch of the campaign...
Former Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy Freeman poses in a sea of hands during the launch of the campaign "Close the Gap" in Sydney April 4, 2007. The campaign is aimed at closing the life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1OA8H
April 04, 2007
Former Olympic and World champion swimmer Ian Thorpe (L) joins former Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy...
Sydney, Australia
Former Olympic and World champion swimmer Ian Thorpe joins former Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy Freeman...
Former Olympic and World champion swimmer Ian Thorpe (L) joins former Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy Freeman in Sydney April 4, 2007 during the launch of the "Close the Gap" campaign aimed at closing the life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17HS4
March 22, 2006
Australia's Olympian Cathy Freeman smiles after presenting the gold medal to England's Christine Ohuruogu...
Melbourne, Australia
Australias Olympian Freeman smiles after presenting medal at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne
Australia's Olympian Cathy Freeman smiles after presenting the gold medal to England's Christine Ohuruogu at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 22, 2006. Ohuruogu won the women's 400m final. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR176QQ
March 15, 2006
Australia's Cathy Freeman carries the torch at the Melbourne Cricket Ground stadium during the Commonwealth...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Freeman carries the torch during the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Melbourne
Australia's Cathy Freeman carries the torch at the Melbourne Cricket Ground stadium during the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Melbourne March 15, 2006. A decade of meticulous planning and more than A$1.1 billion (US$827 million) has been spent preparing Australia's second-largest city for the 12-day event, only for the final countdown to be overshadowed by scandal. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRXG8E
July 06, 2005
Cathy Freeman, Australian Olympic 400 metres gold medallist, leaves after London's presentation during...
Singapore, Singapore
Olympic athlete Freeman leaves after London's presentation, Singapore.
Cathy Freeman, Australian Olympic 400 metres gold medallist, leaves after London's presentation during the 117th IOC session in Singapore July 6, 2005. Paris, London, Madrid, New York City and Moscow are competing to win the right to host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in an IOC vote held in Singapore on Wednesday. Freeman is in Singapore to support London's bid. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash CN/mk
BRITAIN
RTRS0X2
March 14, 2005
Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Freeman and supermodel MacPherson launch Queen's Baton Relay...
London, UK
Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Freeman and supermodel MacPherson launch Queen's Baton Relay...
Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Freeman and supermodel MacPherson launch Queen's Baton Relay in London. Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Cathy Freeman (L) and supermodel Elle MacPherson (R) are watched by Britain's Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh as they launch the Queen's Baton Relay from the forecourt of Buckingham Palace in London, March 14, 2005. The baton will travel to all 71 Commonwealth nations ahead of the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia in March 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN
RTRS0U9
March 14, 2005
Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Freeman and supermodel MacPherson are watched by Britain's Queen...
London, UK
Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Freeman and supermodel MacPherson are watched by Britain's ......
Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Freeman and supermodel MacPherson are watched by Britain's Queen Elizabeth in London. Australia's former Olympic 400m champion Cathy Freeman (L) and supermodel Elle MacPherson (2R) are watched by Britain's Queen Elizabeth (R) and the Duke of Edinburgh (2L) as they launch the Queen's Baton Relay from the forecourt of Buckingham Palace in London, March 14, 2005. The baton will travel to all 71 Commonwealth nations ahead of the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia in March 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville
FREEMAN
RTXMT5Q
August 12, 2004
Australian gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a sheep while posing in front of the Acropolis in Athens,...
Athens, Greece
Australian gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a sheep while posing in front of the Acropolis in A.....
Australian gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a sheep while posing in front of the Acropolis in Athens, August 12, 2004. Freeman posed for a new ad campaign for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against live export.
OLYMPICS
RTRUQCX
August 12, 2004
Australian gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat while posing in front of the Acropolis in Athens,...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat in front of Acropolis.
Australian gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat while posing in front of the Acropolis in Athens, August 12, 2004. Freeman posed for a new ad campaign for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against live export. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/SV
OLYMPICS
RTRUQ48
August 12, 2004
Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat during a protest in front of the Acropolis...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat during a protest in front of the ...
Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat during a protest in front of the Acropolis in Athens. Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a sheep during a protest in front of the Acropolis in Athens, August 12, 2004. Freeman posed for a new ad campaign for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against live export. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
OLYMPICS
RTRUPO3
August 12, 2004
Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat while posing in front of the Acropolis...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat in front of Acropolis.
Australian Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman holds a goat while posing in front of the Acropolis in Athens, August 12, 2004. Freeman posed for a new ad campaign for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against live export. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/DL
BRITAIN
RTRSLT3
June 23, 2004
Britain's Queen Elizabeth meets Australian athlete Cathy Freeman (L) watched by Para-Olympic basketball...
London, United Kingdom
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH ATHLETES FREEMAN AND ADEPITAN AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth meets Australian athlete Cathy Freeman (L) watched by Para-Olympic basketball team player Ade Adepitan (C), during a reception at Buckingham Palace for the people involved in the London bid for the 2012 Olympics, June 23, 2004. A London 2012 spokeswoman said the reception was organised to say thank you to those involved in the London 2012 Olympic bid and to wish the bid team and its supporters and ambassadors good luck for the remainder of the campaign. REUTERS/John Stillwell/Pool DW/WS
FREEMAN
RTXMNGJ
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera...
Sydney, Australia
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney O.....
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney [on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13.]
AUSTRALIA
RTRRINP
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman runs with the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN RUNS WITH THE OLYMPIC TORCH ON THE STEPS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman runs with the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/Pool DG/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTRRINJ
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch at the Sydney Opera House June...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN HOLDS THE OLYMPIC TORCH AT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch at the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/Paul Miller/Pool DG/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTRRIN4
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman (C) carries the Olympic torch down the steps of the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN CARRIES THE OLYMPIC TORCH DOWN THE STEPS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman (C) carries the Olympic torch down the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of it's 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/David Gray DG/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTRRIMV
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400M gold medalist Cathy Freeman (C) carries the Olympic torch down the steps of the Sydney Opera...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN CARRIES THE OLYMPIC TORCH DOWN THE STEPS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400M gold medalist Cathy Freeman (C) carries the Olympic torch down the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of it's 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/David Gray DG/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTRRIMS
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN HOLDS THE OLYMPIC TORCH ON THE STEPS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of it's 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/Will Burgess/Pool DG/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTRRIME
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN HOLDS THE OLYMPIC TORCH ON THE STEPS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/POOL/Will Burgess DG/CRB
AUSTRALIA
RTRRIM8
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera...
Sydney, Australia
OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALLIST CATHY FREEMAN OF AUSTRALIA HOLDS THE OLYMPIC TORCH AT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 Metre gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/Paul Miller/Pool AF/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTRRIM1
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN HOLDS THE OLYMPIC TORCH ON THE STEPS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/Mark Baker/Pool DG
AUSTRALIA
RTRRILU
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400M gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN HOLDS OLYMPIC TORCH ON STEPS OF SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400M gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/David Gray DG/CRB
AUSTRALIA
RTRRILO
June 04, 2004
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN HOLDS THE OLYMPIC TORCH ON THE STEPS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.
Olympic 400 metres gold medallist Cathy Freeman holds the Olympic torch on the steps of the Sydney Opera House June 4, 2004. The Olympic flame is visiting Sydney on the first leg of its 35-day world tour, visiting 34 cities in 27 countries before arriving for the opening ceremony in Athens on August 13. REUTERS/David Gray DG/CRB
BRITAIN
RTRQXYU
December 14, 2003
Australia's Olympic 400m gold medallist Cathy Freeman arrives at the Sports Personality of the Year Awards...
London, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN ARRIVES AT THE SPORTS PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR AWARDS.
Australia's Olympic 400m gold medallist Cathy Freeman arrives at the Sports Personality of the Year Awards at BBC Television Centre in London, December 14, 2003. The annual awards ceremony honours the top sports personality of the year as chosen by the UK public. REUTERS/Hugo Philpott HP/MD/AA
AUSTRALIA
RTRQ50D
October 27, 2003
Olympic 400 meters gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds up her book before
a book signing at a central...
Sydney, Australia
OLYMPIC 400 METERS GOLD MEDALIST CATHY FREEMAN AT HER BOOK SIGNING IN
SYDNEY.
Olympic 400 meters gold medalist Cathy Freeman holds up her book before
a book signing at a central Sydney department store October 27, 2003.
Freeman, who has retired from top class athletics, has written the
autobiography detailing her life as a competitor on and off the track
and says she regrets the media speculation about her retirement prior
to her official announcement. REUTERS/Will Burgess REUTERS

WB/PB
AUSTRALIA
RTRQ509
October 27, 2003
Olympic 400 meters gold medalist Cathy Freeman points to a friend in
the public gallery before her book...
Sydney, Australia
OLYMPIC 400 METERS GOLD MEDALLIST CATHY FREEMAN AT HER BOOK SIGNING IN
SYDNEY.
Olympic 400 meters gold medalist Cathy Freeman points to a friend in
the public gallery before her book signing at a central Sydney
department store October 27, 2003. Freeman, who has retired from top
class athletics, has written the autobiography detailing her life as a
competitor on and off the track and says she regrets the media
speculation about her retirement prior to her official announcemnet.
REUTERS/Will Burgess
WB/PB
AUSTRALIA
RTRQ505
October 27, 2003
Olympic 400 meters gold medalist Cathy Freeman takes a break during her
book signing at a central Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
OLYMPIC 400 METERS CHAMPION CATHY FREEMAN AT HER BOOK SIGNING IN
SYDNEY.
Olympic 400 meters gold medalist Cathy Freeman takes a break during her
book signing at a central Sydney department store October 27, 2003.
Freeman, who has retired from top class athletics, has written the
autobiography detailing her life as a competitor on and off the track
and says she regrets the media speculation about her retirement prior
to her official announcemnet. REUTERS/Will Burgess

AL/PB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR13EI9
May 03, 2003
Mexican Ana Guevara (C) crosses the finish line to win the women's 300m
event as Australia's Cathy Freeman...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN GUEVARA CROSSES FINISH LINE TO WIN 300M EVENT AT GRAND PRIX IN
MEXICO.
Mexican Ana Guevara (C) crosses the finish line to win the women's 300m
event as Australia's Cathy Freeman (R), Romanian Ionela Tirlea (2nd-L)
and Catherine Murphy (L) of Great Britain follow, at the final of the
Grand Prix at the University Stadium in Mexico City, May 3, 2003.
Guevara won the race with a new word record time of 35.30 seconds.
Tirlea placed second in a time of 36.20, Freeman was third with a time
of 36.42 and Murphy was sixth, with a time of 37.72. REUTERS/Henry
Romero

HR/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR13DI2
May 02, 2003
Cathy Freeman of Australia runs during a training session at the
university stadium in Mexico City,...
Mexico City, Mexico
CATHY FREEMAN RUNS DURING A TRAINING SESSION AT THE UNIVERSITY STADIUM
IN MEXICO CITY.
Cathy Freeman of Australia runs during a training session at the
university stadium in Mexico City, May 2, 2003. Freeman will compete in
tomorrow's Gran Prix in Mexico. REUTERS/Henry Romero

HR/GAC
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR13DHV
May 02, 2003
Cathy Freeman of Australia runs during a training session at the
university stadium in Mexico City,...
Mexico City, Mexico
FREEMAN RUNS DURING A TRAINING SESSION AT THE UNIVERSITY STADIUM IN
MEXICO CITY.
Cathy Freeman of Australia runs during a training session at the
university stadium in Mexico City, May 2, 2003. Freeman will compete in
tomorrow's Gran Prix in Mexico. REUTERS/Henry Romero

HR
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR13DBX
May 02, 2003
Star 400 meter runners Ana Guevara of Mexico (L) and Cathy Freeman of
Australia pose together before...
Mexico City, Mexico
RUNNERS GUEVARRA AND FREEMAN POSE AT PRESS CONFERENCE IN MEXICO CITY.
Star 400 meter runners Ana Guevara of Mexico (L) and Cathy Freeman of
Australia pose together before a press conference in Mexico City, May
2, 2003. Guevarra and Freeman will compete in tomorrow's Gran Prix at
the University stadium in Mexico City. REUTERS/Henry Romero

HR/GN
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR13DBU
May 02, 2003
Star 400 meter runners Ana Guevara of Mexico (R) and Cathy Freeman of
Australia pose together before...
Mexico City, Mexico
RUNNERS GUEVARRA AND FREEMAN POSE AT PRESS CONFERENCE IN MEXICO CITY.
Star 400 meter runners Ana Guevara of Mexico (R) and Cathy Freeman of
Australia pose together before a press conference in Mexico City, May
2, 2003. Guevarra and Freeman will compete in tomorrow's Gran Prix at
the University stadium in Mexico City. REUTERS/Henry Romero

HR/GN
FREEMAN
RTXLFG9
July 31, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman smiles after her team's gold medal victory in the women's 4x400 metres final...
Manchester, UK
Australia's Cathy Freeman smiles after her team's gold medal victory in the women's 4x400 metres fin.....
Australia's Cathy Freeman smiles after her team's gold medal victory in the women's 4x400 metres final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 31, 2002. Australia won gold in a time of three minutes, 25.63 seconds.
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTRXTS6
July 31, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN RECEIVES THE BATON FROM TEAM MATE HEWITT IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN RECEIVES THE BATON FROM TEAM MATE HEWITT IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN RECEIVES THE BATON FROM TEAM MATE HEWITT IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Cathy Freeman receives the baton from team mate Lauren
Hewitt in the women's 4x400 metres final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games
in Manchester, July 31, 2002. Australia won gold in a time of three
minutes, 25.63 seconds. REUTERS/Darren Staples
SPORT GAMES
RTRXTRN
July 31, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN, LEWIS AND HEWITT CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD
MEDAL VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN, LEWIS AND HEWITT CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD
MEDAL VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN, LEWIS AND HEWITT CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD
MEDAL VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH
GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's (L-R) Tamsyn Lewis, Jana Pittman, Lauren Hewitt and Cathy
Freeman celebrate their team's gold medal victory in the women's 4x400
metres final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 31,
2002. Australia won gold in a time of three minutes, 25.63 seconds.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTRXTR4
July 31, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN, LEWIS AND HEWITT CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD
MEDAL VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN, LEWIS AND HEWITT CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD
MEDAL VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN, LEWIS AND HEWITT CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD
MEDAL VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH
GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's (L-R) Cathy Freeman, Jana Pittman, Tamsyn Lewis and Lauren
Hewitt celebrate their team's gold medal victory in the women's 4x400
metres final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 31,
2002. Australia won gold in a time of three minutes, 25.63 seconds.
REUTERS/Darren Staples
SPORT GAMES
RTRXTPV
July 31, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN CELEBRATES HER TEAM'S GOLD MEDAL VICTORY IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN CELEBRATES HER TEAM'S GOLD MEDAL VICTORY IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN CELEBRATES HER TEAM'S GOLD MEDAL VICTORY IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Cathy Freeman (L) and Tamsyn Lewis (R) celebrate their
team's gold medal victory in the women's 4x400 metres final at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester on July 31, 2002. Australia won gold
in a time of three minutes, 25.63 seconds. REUTERS/Darren Staples
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTRXTP3
July 31, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN SMILES AFTER HER TEAM'S GOLD MEDAL VICTORY IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN SMILES AFTER HER TEAM'S GOLD MEDAL VICTORY IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN SMILES AFTER HER TEAM'S GOLD MEDAL VICTORY IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Cathy Freeman smiles after her team's gold medal victory in
the women's 4x400 metres final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in
Manchester, July 31, 2002. Australia won gold in a time of three
minutes, 25.63 seconds. REUTERS/Darren Staples
SPORT GAMES
RTRXTOK
July 31, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN AND HEWITT EMBRACE AFTER THEIR GOLD MEDAL
VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN AND HEWITT EMBRACE AFTER THEIR GOLD MEDAL
VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN AND HEWITT EMBRACE AFTER THEIR GOLD MEDAL
VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN
MANCHESTER.


Australia's Lauren Hewitt (L), Jana Pittman (C) and Cathy Freeman (R)
embrace following their gold medal victory in the women's 4x400 metres
final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 31, 2002.
Australia won gold in a time of three minutes, 25.63 seconds.
REUTERS/Andy Clark
SPORT GAMES
RTRXTOF
July 31, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN AND HEWITT EMBRACE AFTER THEIR GOLD MEDAL
VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN AND HEWITT EMBRACE AFTER THEIR GOLD MEDAL
VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN, PITTMAN AND HEWITT EMBRACE AFTER THEIR GOLD MEDAL
VICTORY IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN
MANCHESTER.


Australia's Lauren Hewitt (L), Jana Pittman (C) and Cathy Freeman (R)
embrace following their gold medal victory in the women's 4x400 metres
final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 31, 2002.
Australia won gold in a time of three minutes, 25.63 seconds.
REUTERS/Andy Clark
FREEMAN
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July 30, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman looks at the scoreboard after her team's second place qualification in the...
Manchester, UK
Australia's Cathy Freeman looks at the scoreboard after her team's second place qualification in the.....
Australia's Cathy Freeman looks at the scoreboard after her team's second place qualification in the women's 4x400 metres semi-final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester on July 30, 2002. [Australia qualified second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, behind Jamaica with a time of three minutes, 31.99 seconds.]
SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman waves after her team's second place
qualification in the women's 4x400 metres...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN WAVES AFTER THE WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT THE
2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER....
Australia's Cathy Freeman waves after her team's second place
qualification in the women's 4x400 metres semi-final at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 30, 2002. Australia qualified
second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, behind Jamaica with
a time of three minutes, 31.99 seconds. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN WALKS ACROSS THE TRACK AFTER THE WOMEN'S 4X400M
SEMI-FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN WALKS ACROSS THE TRACK AFTER THE WOMEN'S 4X400M
SEMI-FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH...
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN WALKS ACROSS THE TRACK AFTER THE WOMEN'S 4X400M
SEMI-FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Cathy Freeman walks across the track after her team's
second place qualification in the women's 4x400 metres semi-final at
the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 30, 2002. Australia
qualified second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, behind
Jamaica with a time of three minutes, 31.99 seconds. REUTERS/Andy
Clark
SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S WHEELER PUTS HER ARM AROUND TEAM MATE FREEMAN AFTER THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT THE...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S WHEELER PUTS HER ARM AROUND TEAM MATE FREEMAN AFTER THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT THE...
AUSTRALIA'S WHEELER PUTS HER ARM AROUND TEAM MATE FREEMAN AFTER THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN
MANCHESTER.


Australia's Kylie Wheeler (R) puts her arm around team mate Cathy
Freeman after the women's 4x400 metres semi-final at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester on July 30, 2002. Australia qualified
second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds. REUTERS/Ian
Hodgson
SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S WHEELER PASSES THE BATON TO TEAM MATE FREEMAN IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT THE 2002...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S WHEELER PASSES THE BATON TO TEAM MATE FREEMAN IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT THE 2002...
AUSTRALIA'S WHEELER PASSES THE BATON TO TEAM MATE FREEMAN IN THE
WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN
MANCHESTER.


Australia's Kylie Wheeler (L) passes the baton to team mate Cathy
Freeman in the women's 4x400 metres semi-final at the 2002 Commonwealth
Games in Manchester on July 30, 2002. Australia qualified second with a
time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, ahead of Cameroon with a time of
three minutes, 38.24 seconds. REUTERS/Andy Clark
SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman puffs her cheeks out after her team's second
place qualification in the women's...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN PUFFS HER CHEEKS OUT AFTER WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMIFINAL
AT COMMONWEALTH GAMES.
Australia's Cathy Freeman puffs her cheeks out after her team's second
place qualification in the women's 4x400 metres semifinal at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 30, 2002. Australia qualified
second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, behind Jamaica with
a time of three minutes, 31.99 seconds. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman (2L) passes the baton to team mate Tamsyn
Lewis (L) next to Cameroon's Madeleine...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA AND CAMEROON COMPETE IN WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMIFINAL AT
COMMONWEALTH GAMES.
Australia's Cathy Freeman (2L) passes the baton to team mate Tamsyn
Lewis (L) next to Cameroon's Madeleine Kaboud Me Bam (R) and Muriel
Noah Ahanda (2R) in the women's 4x400 metres semifinal at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 30, 2002. Australia qualified
second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, ahead of Cameroon
with a time of three minutes, 38.24 seconds. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman (R) smiles with team mate Tamsyn Lewis after
their second place qualification...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN SMILES WITH TEAM MATE LEWIS AFTER THE WOMEN'S
4X400M SEMIFINAL AT COMMONWEALTH GAMES....
Australia's Cathy Freeman (R) smiles with team mate Tamsyn Lewis after
their second place qualification in the women's 4x400 metres semifinal
at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 30, 2002. Australia
qualified second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, behind
Jamaica with a time of three minutes, 31.99 seconds. REUTERS/Ian
Hodgson

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SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman runs in the women's 4x400 metres semifinal at
the 2002 Commonwealth Games...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN RUNS IN THE WOMEN'S 4X400M SEMIFINAL AT THE 2002
COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER....
Australia's Cathy Freeman runs in the women's 4x400 metres semifinal at
the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July 30, 2002. Australia
qualified second with a time of three minutes, 33.25 seconds, behind
Jamaica with a time of three minutes, 31.99 seconds. REUTERS/Ian
Hodgson

IH/ASA
SPORT GAMES
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July 30, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman watches the progress of her team mates during
the women's 4x400 metres semi-final...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S FREEMAN WATCHES PROGRESS OF HER TEAM MATES IN THE WOMEN'S
4X400M SEMI-FINAL AT COMMONWEALTH...
Australia's Cathy Freeman watches the progress of her team mates during
the women's 4x400 metres semi-final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in
Manchester, July 30, 2002. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

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SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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July 26, 2002
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II MEETS AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN AND JAMES
MCEWAN AT THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES...
Manchester, UK
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II MEETS AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN AND JAMES
MCEWAN AT THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES...
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II MEETS AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN AND JAMES
MCEWAN AT THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) smiles as she meets Australian
athletes Cathy Freeman (R) and James McEwan (C) at the Athletes Village
during the Commonwealth Games in Manchester July 26, 2002.The Queen
opened the 17th Commonwealth Games on Thursday evening and events now
getting under way include badminton, boxing, lawn bowls, gymnastics,
netball, squash and table tennis. REUTERS/Martin Ricketts/POOL
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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July 26, 2002
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) smiles as she meets Australian runner
Cathy Freeman at the Athletes...
Manchester, UK
BRITIAN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II MEETS AUSTRALIA'S CATHY FREEMAN AT THE
COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) smiles as she meets Australian runner
Cathy Freeman at the Athletes Village during the Commonwealth Games in
Manchester July 26, 2002. The Queen opened the 17th Commonwealth Games
on Thursday evening and events now getting under way include badminton,
boxing, lawn bowls, gymnastics, netball, squash and table tennis.
REUTERS/Martin Ricketts/POOL

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SPORT COMMONWEALTH OPENING
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July 25, 2002
Australia's Cathy Freeman walks at the head of the Australian team at
the Opening Ceremony of the 2002...
Manchester, UK
CATHY FREEMAN WALKS WITH AUSTRALIAN TEAM AT OPENING CEREMONY OF 2002
COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER....
Australia's Cathy Freeman walks at the head of the Australian team at
the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, July
25, 2002. In total some 5,000 athletes from 72 countries will compete
in 14 individual and 3 team sports during the 17th Commonwealth Games.
REUTERS/David Gray

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