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GAMES-PANAM/
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October 19, 2011
Cuba's Yudelmis Dominguez, Yoanka Gonzalez and Dalila Rodriguez compete to win the silver medal in the...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Cuba's cyclists compete to win the silver medal in the women's team pursuit cycling track competition...
Cuba's Yudelmis Dominguez, Yoanka Gonzalez and Dalila Rodriguez compete to win the silver medal in the women's team pursuit cycling track competition at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 18, 2011. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2STNM
October 19, 2011
Cuba's Yudelmis Dominguez, Yoanka Gonzalez and Dalila Rodriguez compete to win the silver medal in the...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Cuba's cyclists compete to win the silver medal in the women's team pursuit cycling track competition...
Cuba's Yudelmis Dominguez, Yoanka Gonzalez and Dalila Rodriguez compete to win the silver medal in the women's team pursuit cycling track competition at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 18, 2011. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
OLYMPICS-CYCLING/
RTR21BCZ
August 18, 2008
Gold medallist Marianne Vos of the Netherlands (C), silver medallist Yoanka Gonzalez of Cuba (L) and...
Beijing, China
Gold medallist Marianne Vos of the Netherlands, silver medallist Yoanka Gonzalez of Cuba and bronze medallist...
Gold medallist Marianne Vos of the Netherlands (C), silver medallist Yoanka Gonzalez of Cuba (L) and bronze medallist Leire Olaberria of Spain celebrate on the podium after the women's track cycling points race at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 18, 2008. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-CYCLING/
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August 18, 2008
Yoanka Gonzalez of Cuba bites her silver medal after finishing second in the women's track cycling points...
Beijing, China
Yoanka Gonzalez of Cuba bites her silver medal after finishing second in the women's track cycling points...
Yoanka Gonzalez of Cuba bites her silver medal after finishing second in the women's track cycling points race at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 18, 2008. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (CHINA)
PANAM-CYCLING/
RTR1S149
July 19, 2007
Cuban Yoanka Gonzalez competes to win the gold medal at women's points race cycling competition of the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cuban Yoanka Gonzalez competes to win the gold medal at women's points race cycling competition in Rio...
Cuban Yoanka Gonzalez competes to win the gold medal at women's points race cycling competition of the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro July 19, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (BRAZIL)
PANAM-CYCLING/
RTR1S13C
July 19, 2007
Cuban Yoanka Gonzalez celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's points race cycling competition...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cuban Gonzalez celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's points race cycling competition...
Cuban Yoanka Gonzalez celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's points race cycling competition at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro July 19, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (BRAZIL)
PANAM-CYCLING/
RTR1S137
July 19, 2007
Cuban Yoanka Gonzalez celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's points race cycling competition...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cuban Gonzalez celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's points race cycling competition...
Cuban Yoanka Gonzalez celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's points race cycling competition at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro July 19, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (BRAZIL)
SPORT GAMES COLOMBIA
RTR1FLDR
July 18, 2006
Gold medallist Yoanka Goonzalez (R) and silver medallist Yusmari Gonzalez, both of Cuba, celebrate after...
BARANQUILLA, Colombia
Gold medallist Goonzalez and silver medallist Gonzalez, both of Cuba, celebrate after winning women's...
Gold medallist Yoanka Goonzalez (R) and silver medallist Yusmari Gonzalez, both of Cuba, celebrate after winning the women's points race cycling competition at the 20th Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, July 17, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
OLYMPICS
RTRUNVE
August 11, 2004
Cuban cyclist Yoanka Gonzalez attends a free training session in the Olympic Velodrome in Athens, August...
Athens, Spain - Kingdom of
Cuban cyclist Yoanka Gonzalez attends a free training session in the Olympic Velodrome in Athens.
Cuban cyclist Yoanka Gonzalez attends a free training session in the Olympic Velodrome in Athens, August 11, 2004. The Athens 2004 Olympic Games will officially open on August 13. REUTERS/Marcelo Del Pozo MDP/DL
OLYMPICS
RTRUNTW
August 11, 2004
Cuban cyclist Yoanka Gonzalez trains during free training session in the Olympic Velodrome in Athens...
Athens, Spain - Kingdom of
Cuban cyclist Yoanka Gonzalez trains during free training session in the Olympic Velodrome in Athens....
Cuban cyclist Yoanka Gonzalez trains during free training session in the Olympic Velodrome in Athens August 11, 2004. The Athens 2004 Olympic Games will officially open on August 13. REUTERS/Marcelo Del Pozo MDP/DL
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRULQO
August 10, 2004
Cuba's Yoanka Gonzalez cycles into the light as she trains at the velodrome in Athens August 10, 2004....
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Cuba's cyclist Gonzalez trains at the Athens 2004 Olympics velodrome venue.
Cuba's Yoanka Gonzalez cycles into the light as she trains at the velodrome in Athens August 10, 2004. The Athens 2004 Olympic Games are set to begin with the opening ceremony on August 13. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/AA
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRULQF
August 10, 2004
Cuba's Yoanka Gonzalez cycles into the light as she trains at the velodrome in Athens August 10, 2004....
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Cuba's cyclist Gonzalez trains at the Athens 2004 Olympics velodrome venue.
Cuba's Yoanka Gonzalez cycles into the light as she trains at the velodrome in Athens August 10, 2004. The Athens 2004 Olympic Games are set to begin with the opening ceremony on August 13. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/AA
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX7EX
May 30, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE IS TAKEN OFF ON STRETCHER AFTER THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD...
Melbourne, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE IS TAKEN OFF ON STRETCHER AFTER THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE ...
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE IS TAKEN OFF ON STRETCHER AFTER THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Australia's Rochelle Gilmore (C) is taken off on a stretcher after crashing with Spain's Gema Pascual Torrecilla during the Women's 10km Scratch Race final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 30, 2004. Gilmore was taken to hospital, with Yoanka Gonzalez Perez from Cuba winning the race. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/Stuart Milligan
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX7DG
May 30, 2004
CUBA'S PEREZ CELEBRATES WINNING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE....
Melbourne, Australia
CUBA'S PEREZ CELEBRATES WINNING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ......
CUBA'S PEREZ CELEBRATES WINNING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Yoanka Gonzalez Perez from Cuba celebrates winning the Women's 10km Scratch Race final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 30, 2004. Perez won the race ahead of Mandy Poitras from Canada and Olga Slyusareva from Russia in third. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX7DB
May 30, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE IS TAKEN OFF ON STRETCHER AFTER THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD...
Melbourne, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE IS TAKEN OFF ON STRETCHER AFTER THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE ...
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE IS TAKEN OFF ON STRETCHER AFTER THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Australia's Rochelle Gilmore (C) is taken off on a stretcher after crashing with and Spain's Gema Pascual Torrecilla during the Women's 10km Scratch Race final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 30, 2004. Gilmore was taken to hospital, with Yoanka Gonzalez Perez from Cuba winning the race. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX7D6
May 30, 2004
Yoanka Gonzalez Perez (R) from Cuba rides among other competitors during the Women's 10km Scratch Race...
Melbourne, Australia
COMPETITORS RIDE IN THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE.
Yoanka Gonzalez Perez (R) from Cuba rides among other competitors during the Women's 10km Scratch Race final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 30, 2004. Perez went on to win the race ahead of Mandy Poitras from Canada and Olga Slyusareva from Russia in third. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/David Gray DG/FA
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX7CR
May 30, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE....
Melbourne, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ...
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Australia's Rochelle Gilmore (R) and Spain's Gema Pascual Torrecilla (2nd-R) crash during the Women's 15km Scratch Race final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 30, 2004. Gilmore was taken to hospital shortly afterwards, with Yoanka Gonzalez Perez from Cuba winning the race. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX7CI
May 30, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE....
Melbourne, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ...
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Australia's Rochelle Gilmore (R) and Spain's Gema Pascual Torrecilla (L) crash during the Women's 15km Scratch Race final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 30, 2004. Gilmore was taken to hospital shortly afterwards, with Yoanka Gonzalez Perez from Cuba winning the race. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX7CB
May 30, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE....
Melbourne, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ...
AUSTRALIA'S GILMORE AND DURING THE WOMEN'S 10KM SCRATCH RACE FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Australia's Rochelle Gilmore (R) and Spain's Gema Pascual Torrecilla (L) crash during the Women's 15km Scratch Race final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 30, 2004. Gilmore was taken to hospital shortly afterwards, with Yoanka Gonzalez Perez from Cuba winning the race. More than 200 cyclists from 43 countries will participate in the championships which will include 15 events. The Championships is also the last chance for nations to qualify places for the Athens Olympic Games and for the cyclists their opportunity to earn a place on their respective Olympic teams. REUTERS/David Gray
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