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BEACHVOLLEYBALL/
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August 04, 2011
Austria's Sara Montagnolli reacts after losing their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against Lauren...
Klagenfurt, Austria
Austria's Montagnolli reacts after losing their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against Fendrick...
Austria's Sara Montagnolli reacts after losing their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against Lauren Fendrick and Brooke Hanson from the U.S. in Klagenfurt August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: SPORT VOLLEYBALL)
BEACHVOLLEZBALL/
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August 04, 2011
Lauren Fendrick from the U.S. shows signs behind her back during their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam...
Klagenfurt, Austria
Fendrick from the U.S. shows signs behind her back during their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match...
Lauren Fendrick from the U.S. shows signs behind her back during their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against Austria's Sara Montagnolli and Brooke Hanson in Klagenfurt August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: SPORT VOLLEYBALL)
BEACHVOLLEYBALL/
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August 04, 2011
Austria's Sara Montagnolli returns the ball during their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against...
Klagenfurt, Austria
Austria's Montagnolli returns the ball during their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against Fendrick...
Austria's Sara Montagnolli returns the ball during their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against Lauren Fendrick and Brooke Hanson from the U.S. in Klagenfurt August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: SPORT VOLLEYBALL)
BEACHVOLLEZBALL/
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August 04, 2011
Austria's Sara Montagnolli returns the ball next to her partner Barbara Hansel their FIVB Beachvolleyball...
Klagenfurt, Austria
Austria's Montagnolli returns the ball next to her partner Hansel their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam...
Austria's Sara Montagnolli returns the ball next to her partner Barbara Hansel their FIVB Beachvolleyball Grand Slam match against Lauren Fendrick and Brooke Hanson from the U.S. in Klagenfurt August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: SPORT VOLLEYBALL)
AUSTRALIA/
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July 08, 2008
Australian swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Brooke Hanson is kissed by a seal during a promotional event...
Sydney, Australia
Australian swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Brooke Hanson is kissed by a seal during a promotional event...
Australian swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Brooke Hanson is kissed by a seal during a promotional event at Sydney Aquarium July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
PANAMERICAN-BEACH VOLLEYBALL/
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July 16, 2007
Angie Arkers (R) of the U.S gestures to her team mate Brooke Hanson, as Larrissa Franca of Brazil looks...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Arkers of the U.S gestures to her team mate Brooke Hanson, as Larrissa Franca of Brazil looks on during...
Angie Arkers (R) of the U.S gestures to her team mate Brooke Hanson, as Larrissa Franca of Brazil looks on during their beach volleyball match at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro July 16, 2007 . REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
PAN AMERICANS-BEACH VOLLEYBALL/
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July 12, 2007
Brooke Hanson of the U.S. stretches during a training session at the beach volleyball stadium for the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brooke Hanson of the US stretches during a training session at the beach volleyball stadium for the Pan...
Brooke Hanson of the U.S. stretches during a training session at the beach volleyball stadium for the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro July 12, 2007. Brazil will host the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro from July 13 to 29. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (BRAZIL)
SPORT SWIMMING
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April 08, 2006
Brooke Hanson of Australia competes during the heats of women's 200 metre individual medley at the 8th...
Shanghai, China
Hanson of Australia competes during the heats of women's 200 metre individual medley in Shanghai
Brooke Hanson of Australia competes during the heats of women's 200 metre individual medley at the 8th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Shanghai April 8, 2006. REUTERS/Aly Song
CHINA
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April 07, 2006
Brooke Hanson of Australia celebrates after winning the women's 100 metre individual medley at the 8th...
Shanghai, China
Hanson of Australia celebrates after winning women's 100 metre individual medley at 8th FINA World Short...
Brooke Hanson of Australia celebrates after winning the women's 100 metre individual medley at the 8th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Shanghai April 7, 2006. REUTERS/Aly Song
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 16, 2006
Australia's Lara Carroll (Top) dives in at the start of the women's individual medley swimming final...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Carroll dives in at start of women's individual medley final at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne...
Australia's Lara Carroll (Top) dives in at the start of the women's individual medley swimming final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 16, 2006. Carroll won the bronze medal, with teammates Stephanie Rice winning gold and Brooke Hanson taking the silver. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 16, 2006
Australia's Stephanie Rice holds up her gold medal as Brooke Hanson (L) holds her silver medal and Lara...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Rice holds up gold medal after they won women's individual medley finals at Commonwealth...
Australia's Stephanie Rice holds up her gold medal as Brooke Hanson (L) holds her silver medal and Lara Carroll (R) holds her bronze medal after they won the women's individual medley finals at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 16, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 16, 2006
Australia's Stephanie Rice receives congratulations from her teammates Lara Carroll (L) and Brooke Hanson...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Rice receives congratulations from teammates Carroll and Hanson after final of women's individual...
Australia's Stephanie Rice receives congratulations from her teammates Lara Carroll (L) and Brooke Hanson (2nd L) after the final of the women's individual medley swimming at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 16, 2006. Rice won gold, Hanson won silver and Carroll won bronze. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT AUSTRALIA
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March 12, 2006
Leisel Jones (L) of Australia puts on her cap as she looks over at team mate Brooke Hanson before a team...
Melbourne, Australia
Jones of Australia looks over at team mate Hanson before a team training session in Melbourne
Leisel Jones (L) of Australia puts on her cap as she looks over at team mate Brooke Hanson before a team training session in Melbourne March 12, 2006. The Commonwealth Games are being held in Melbourne from March 15 to 26, with over 4,000 athletes, competing in 16 sports and 24 disciplines, from all 71 nations in the Commonwealth. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT AUSTRALIA
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March 12, 2006
Brooke Hanson of Australia laughs with team mates as she leans on the lane ropes during a training session...
Melbourne, Australia
Hanson of Australia laughs with team mates as she leans on the lane ropes during a training session in...
Brooke Hanson of Australia laughs with team mates as she leans on the lane ropes during a training session in Melbourne March 12, 2006. The Commonwealth Games are being held in Melbourne from March 15 to 26, with over 4,000 athletes, competing in 16 sports and 24 disciplines, from all 71 nations in the Commonwealth. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Members of the Australian swimming team cheer behind (L-R) Jessica Hardy of the U.S., Australia's Jade...
Montreal, Canada
Swimmers Hardy, Edmistone and Hanson hold up their medals at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal....
Members of the Australian swimming team cheer behind (L-R) Jessica Hardy of the U.S., Australia's Jade Edmistone and Australia's Brooke Hanson as they hold up their medals won in the women's 50m breaststroke final during the medal presentation ceremony at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 31, 2005. REUTERS/Shaun Best JPM/DH
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Mounties stand beside swimmers Jessica Hardy of the U.S. (L), Australia's Jade Edmistone (C) and Australia's...
Montreal, Canada
Mounties stand beside swimmers Hardy, Edmistone and Hanson at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal....
Mounties stand beside swimmers Jessica Hardy of the U.S. (L), Australia's Jade Edmistone (C) and Australia's Brooke Hanson (R) as they hold up their medals won in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds. Hardy took the silver medal and Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay JPM/DH
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Australia's Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at the World Aquatic Championships in...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at the World Aquatic Championships in...
Australia's Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Jade Edmistone walks among her teammates after receiving her gold medal for her world record setting swim in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds. Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver medal and Australia's Brooke Hanson took the bronze. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Australia's Edmistone and teammate Hanson hold their medals at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal....
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Edmistone and teammate Hanson hold their medals at the World Aquatic Championships in ......
Australia's Edmistone and teammate Hanson hold their medals at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Jade Edmistone (L) and teammate Brooke Hanson hold their medals won in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds. Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver and Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Shaun Best
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships in...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships ......
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds, Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver and Australia's Brooke Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Shaun Best
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships in...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships ......
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds, Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver and Australia's Brooke Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Jim Young
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Australia's Jade Edmistone swims her world record setting women's 50m breaststroke at World Aquatic Championships...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Jade Edmistone swims her world record setting women's 50m breaststroke at World Aquatic ......
Australia's Jade Edmistone swims her world record setting women's 50m breaststroke at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Jade Edmistone swims her world record setting women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds, Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver and Australia's Brooke Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships in...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships ......
Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Jade Edmistone celebrates her world record setting swim in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds, Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver and Australia's Brooke Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Australia's Brooke Hanson and teammate Jade Edmistone celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims at...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Brooke Hanson and teammate Jade Edmistone celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims at...
Australia's Brooke Hanson and teammate Jade Edmistone celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Brooke Hanson (L) and teammate Jade Edmistone (R) celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds, Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver and Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Austalia's Brooke Hanson and teammate Jade Edmistone celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims at World...
Montreal, Canada
Austalia's Brooke Hanson and teammate Jade Edmistone celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims at ......
Austalia's Brooke Hanson and teammate Jade Edmistone celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Austalia's Brooke Hanson (C) and teammate Jade Edmistone (R) celebrate their gold and bronze medal swims as American silver medalist Jessica Hardy (L) watches the replay in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds, Hardy took the silver and Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 31, 2005
Austalia's Jade Edmistone and teammate Brooke Hanson (T) swim their medal winning women's 50m breaststroke...
Montreal, Canada
Austalia's Jade Edmistone and teammate Brooke Hanson swim at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal....
Austalia's Jade Edmistone and teammate Brooke Hanson (T) swim their medal winning women's 50m breaststroke final at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 31, 2005. Edmistone took the gold medal and set a new world record with a time of 30.45 seconds, Jessica Hardy of the U.S. took the silver and Hanson the bronze. REUTERS/Shaun Best JPM/TC
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 30, 2005
Australia's Brooke Hanson swims her heat in the women's 50m breaststroke at the World Aquatic Championships...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Hanson swims at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
Australia's Brooke Hanson swims her heat in the women's 50m breaststroke at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 30, 2005. Hanson placed second overall in the heats. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay JPM/DY
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 26, 2005
Australian swimmer Leisel Jones (L) gestures to teammate Brooke Hanson after Jones' gold medal swim in...
Montreal, Canada
Australian swimmer Jones gestures to teammate Hanson at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
Australian swimmer Leisel Jones (L) gestures to teammate Brooke Hanson after Jones' gold medal swim in the women's 100m breaststroke finals at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 26, 2005. U.S. swimmer Jessica Hardy took the silver medal and teammate Tara Kirk the bronze. REUTERS/Shaun Best JPM/DH
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 26, 2005
Australian swimmer Leisel Jones (top) hugs teammate Brooke Hanson after Jones' gold medal swim in the...
Montreal, Canada
Australian swimmer Jones hugs teammate Hanson at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
Australian swimmer Leisel Jones (top) hugs teammate Brooke Hanson after Jones' gold medal swim in the women's 100m breaststroke finals at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 26, 2005. U.S. swimmer Jessica Hardy took the silver medal and teammate Tara Kirk the bronze. REUTERS/Shaun Best JPM/DH
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 23, 2005
Australian swimmer Brooke Hanson laughs during her training session at the aquatic pool at the World...
Montreal, Canada
Brooke Hanson of Australian swim team trains at aquatic pool at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal....
Australian swimmer Brooke Hanson laughs during her training session at the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 23, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Reed MC/DY
SPORT SWIMMING
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October 11, 2004
Brooke Hanson of Australia swims the women's 200-meter breast stroke at the World Swimming Championships...
UNITED STATES
Brooke Hanson wins sixth gold at the World Swimming Championships.
Brooke Hanson of Australia swims the women's 200-meter breast stroke at the World Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, October 11, 2004 on the way to her sixth gold medal of the championships. She swam the event in two minutes 21.68 seconds. Her six gold medals are the most ever for an athlete at the championships. REUTERS/Brent Smith BS
SPORT SWIMMING
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October 10, 2004
Brooke Hanson of Australia swims the backstroke portion of the women's 200-meter individual medley at...
UNITED STATES
Brooke Hanson swims for a fifth gold medal at the World Swimming Championships.
Brooke Hanson of Australia swims the backstroke portion of the women's 200-meter individual medley at the World Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, October 10, 2004 on the way to her fifth gold medal of the championships. Hanson finished the race with a time of two minutes, 9.81 seconds. REUTERS/Brent Smith BS
SPORT SWIMMING
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October 10, 2004
Brooke Hanson (L) and Jade Edmistone, both of Australia, react after finishing first and second in the...
UNITED STATES
Hanson and Edmistone react after finishing first and second at the World Swimming Championships.
Brooke Hanson (L) and Jade Edmistone, both of Australia, react after finishing first and second in the women's 100-meter breast stroke at the World Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, October 10, 2004. For Hanson, it was her fourth gold medal of the competition. REUTERS/Brent Smith BS
SPORT SWIMMING
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October 09, 2004
Brooke Hanson of Australia raises her arm in the pool after winning a gold medal in the women's 100m...
UNITED STATES
Brooke Hanson celebrates gold at the World Swimming Championships.
Brooke Hanson of Australia raises her arm in the pool after winning a gold medal in the women's 100m individual medley at the World Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, October 9, 2004. She finished with a time of one minute .01 seconds in the event. REUTERS/Brent Smith BS
SPORT SWIMMING
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October 09, 2004
The Australian women's 4x100 individual medley team, Sophie Edington (L), Brooke Hanson, Jessica Schipper...
Australian women celebrate a world record at the World Swimming Championships.
The Australian women's 4x100 individual medley team, Sophie Edington (L), Brooke Hanson, Jessica Schipper (R) and Lisbeth Lenton (in the water), celebrates after setting a world record and winning a gold medal in the event at the World Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, October 9, 2004. The team posted a time of three minutes 54.95 seconds in the swim. REUTERS/Brent Smith BS
SPORT SWIMMING
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October 08, 2004
Brooke Hanson of Australia waves to the crowd on the medals platform at the World Swimming Championships...
UNITED STATES
Brooke Hanson celebrates a World Swimming Championships gold medal win.
Brooke Hanson of Australia waves to the crowd on the medals platform at the World Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, October 8, 2004, after winning a gold medal in the womens 50m breast stroke. Hanson finished with a time of 30.20 seconds. REUTERS/Brent Smith BS/GN
AUSTRALIA ELECTION CAMPAIGN
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September 01, 2004
Australian Prime Minister John Howard talks to Olympic medallists Petria Thomas and Brooke Hanson in...
Sydney, Australia
Australian Prime Minister John Howard talks to Olympic medallists Petria Thomas and Brooke Hanson ......
Australian Prime Minister John Howard talks to Olympic medallists Petria Thomas and Brooke Hanson in Sydney. Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) talks to Olympic medallists Petria Thomas (R) and Brooke Hanson in Sydney during a welcome home ceremony for the national Olympic team at Sydney Airport September 1, 2004. The first face-to-face bout in Australia's election campaign was staged inside an airport hangar on Wednesday with prime ministerial contenders sparring with hundreds of Olympians before a phalanx of cameras. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
OLYMPICS
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August 25, 2004
Australia's Olympic swimmer Brooke Hanson pozes for the photographers during the Speedo party in an Athens...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Olympic swimmer Hanson in an Athens night club.
Australia's Olympic swimmer Brooke Hanson pozes for the photographers during the Speedo party in an Athens night club August 25, 2004. REUTERS/John Kolesidis JK/AA
SWIMMING
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August 16, 2004
China's gold medallist Luo Xuejuan (C) poses for a snapshot with Australia's swimmers Brooke Hanson (L)...
Athens, Greece
China's gold medallist Luo Xuejuan (C) poses for a snapshot with Australia's swimmers Brooke Hanson .....
China's gold medallist Luo Xuejuan (C) poses for a snapshot with Australia's swimmers Brooke Hanson (L) and Leisel Jones after the women's 100 metres breaststroke final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 16, 2004. Luo won the gold with a time of one minute 06.64 seconds as Hanson took silver and Jones bronze.
OLYMPICS SWIMMING
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August 16, 2004
China's gold medallist Luo poses for a snapshot with Australia's Hanson and Jones after women's 100 metres...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
China's gold medallist Luo poses for a snapshot with Australia's Hanson and Jones after women's 100 ......
China's gold medallist Luo poses for a snapshot with Australia's Hanson and Jones after women's 100 metres breaststroke final in Athens. China's gold medallist Luo Xuejuan (C) poses for a snapshot with Australia's swimmers Brooke Hanson (L) and Leisel Jones after the women's 100 metres breaststroke final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 16, 2004. Luo won the gold with a time of one minute 06.64 seconds as Hanson took silver and Jones bronze. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
OLYMPICS SWIMMING
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August 15, 2004
Australian Brooke Hanson competes to post the fastest qualifying time in the men's 100 metres breastroke...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australian Brook Hanson clocks fastest 100 metres breaststroke qualyfying time at Olympics.
Australian Brooke Hanson competes to post the fastest qualifying time in the men's 100 metres breastroke at the Olympic Aquatics Center in Athens August 15, 2004. REUTERS/David Gray MB/AA
AUSTRALIA
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July 09, 2004
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER HANSON IN ACTION DURING THE WOMENS 100M BREASTSTROKE AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER HANSON IN ACTION DURING THE WOMENS 100M BREASTSTROKE AT SWIMMING GRAND ......
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER HANSON IN ACTION DURING THE WOMENS 100M BREASTSTROKE AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX AT BRISBANE AQUATIC CENTRE. Australian Olympic swimmer Brooke Hanson in action during the Womens 100m breaststroke event that she won at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre, July 9, 2004. The meet is the final event for the swimmers before they leave to compete in Athens. REUTERS/Greg White
AUSTRALIA
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July 06, 2004
Australian Olympic swimmer Brooke Hanson races to the finish line to win the 50 metre women's breaststroke...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER HANSON IN ACTION AT THE BRISBANE AQUATIC CENTRE.
Australian Olympic swimmer Brooke Hanson races to the finish line to win the 50 metre women's breaststroke at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre July 6, 2004. The meet is the final for the Australian swimmers before they leave for the Olympic Games in Athens next month. REUTERS/Greg White GW/FA
SPORT OLYMPICS AUSTRALIA
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June 05, 2004
Australia's Herb Elliott passes the Olympic Torch to present day swimmer Brooke Hanson at the Melbourne...
Melbourne, AUS
AUSTRALIA'S HERB ELLIOTT PASSES THE TORCH TO BREASTSTROKER BROOKE HANSON.
Australia's Herb Elliott passes the Olympic Torch to present day swimmer Brooke Hanson at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne June 5, 2004. REUTERS/David Callow DC/CP
AUSTRALIA
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April 03, 2004
BROOKE HANSON OF AUSTRALIA IS ON HER WAY TO BREAKING HER AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE...
Sydney, Australia
BROOKE HANSON OF AUSTRALIA IS ON HER WAY TO BREAKING HER AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN THE WOMEN'S 50 ...
BROOKE HANSON OF AUSTRALIA IS ON HER WAY TO BREAKING HER AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE AT THE AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Brooke Hanson of Australia (R) races ahead of Sarah Kasoulis (L) on the way to breaking her Australian record in the women's 50 metres breaststroke on the final day of the Australian Olympic Swimming trials in Sydney April 3, 2004. Hanson's new record time is 30.91 seconds. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
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April 03, 2004
BROOKE HANSON OF AUSTRALIA REACTS TO BREAKING HER AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE...
Sydney, Australia
BROOKE HANSON OF AUSTRALIA REACTS TO BREAKING HER AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRES ...
BROOKE HANSON OF AUSTRALIA REACTS TO BREAKING HER AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE AT THE AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Brooke Hanson of Australia reacts to breaking her Australian record in the women's 50 metres breaststroke on the final day of the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney April 3, 2004. Hanson's new record time is 30.91 seconds. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
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April 02, 2004
BROOKE HANSON IN ACTION ON WAY TO SETTING NEW AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE DURING...
Sydney, Australia
BROOKE HANSON IN ACTION ON WAY TO SETTING NEW AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE ......
BROOKE HANSON IN ACTION ON WAY TO SETTING NEW AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE DURING THE AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Brooke Hanson in action on the way to setting a new Australian record in the heats of the women's 50 metres breaststroke at the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney April 2, 2004. Hanson's time was 30.92 seconds. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
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April 02, 2004
BROOKE HANSON CELEBRATES AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE DURING THE AUSTRALIAN SWIM...
Sydney, Australia
BROOKE HANSON CELEBRATES AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE DURING THE ...
BROOKE HANSON CELEBRATES AUSTRALIAN RECORD IN WOMEN'S 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE DURING THE AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Brooke Hanson celebrates setting a new Australian record in the heats of the women's 50 metres breast stroke at the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney April 2, 2004. Hanson's time was 30.92 seconds. REUTERS/Will Burgess
HANSON
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March 30, 2004
Australia's Brooke Hanson reacts after winning the final of the women's 200 metres individual medley...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's Brooke Hanson reacts after winning the final of the women's 200 metres individual medley.....
Australia's Brooke Hanson reacts after winning the final of the women's 200 metres individual medley at the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney March 30, 2004. [Hanson clocked a time of two minutes 13.14 seconds and makes the national team to compete in Athens in August.]
AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2004
BROOKE HANSON IN ACTION ON WAY TO WINNING WOMEN'S 200 METRES INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM...
Sydney, Australia
BROOKE HANSON IN ACTION ON WAY TO WINNING WOMEN'S 200 METRES INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM ......
BROOKE HANSON IN ACTION ON WAY TO WINNING WOMEN'S 200 METRES INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Brooke Hanson in action on the way to winning the final of the women's 200 metres individual medley at the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney March 30, 2004. Hanson clocked a time of two minutes 13.14 seconds and makes the national team to compete in Athens in August. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2004
BROOKE HANSON REACTS AFTER WINNING WOMEN'S 200 METERS INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC...
Sydney, Australia
BROOKE HANSON REACTS AFTER WINNING WOMEN'S 200 METERS INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM ...
BROOKE HANSON REACTS AFTER WINNING WOMEN'S 200 METERS INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Brooke Hanson reacts after winning the final of the women's 200 metres individual medley at the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney March 30, 2004. Hanson clocked a time of two minutes 13.14 seconds and makes the national team to compete in Athens in August. REUTERS/Will Burgess PP04040004
AUSTRALIA
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November 30, 2003
BROOKE HANSON WINS IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRE BREASTSTROKE FINAL AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES IN MELBOURNE....
Melbourne, Australia
BROOKE HANSON WINS IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRE BREASTSTROKE FINAL AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES ...
BROOKE HANSON WINS IN THE WOMEN'S 50 METRE BREASTSTROKE FINAL AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES IN MELBOURNE.
AUSTRALIA
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November 29, 2003
BROOKE HANSON WINS THE WOMEN'S 100 METRE INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY FINAL AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES IN...
Melbourne, Australia
BROOKE HANSON WINS THE WOMEN'S 100 METRE INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY FINAL AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP ...
BROOKE HANSON WINS THE WOMEN'S 100 METRE INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY FINAL AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES IN MELBOURNE.
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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July 27, 2003
Britain's bronze medalist Zoe Baker shows off her medal following the
victory ceremony for the 50 metres...
Barcelona, Spain - Kingdom of
BRITAIN'S BAKER SHOWS BRONZE MEDAL FOR THE 50 METRES BREASTSTROKE FINAL
AT WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS....
Britain's bronze medalist Zoe Baker shows off her medal following the
victory ceremony for the 50 metres breaststroke race at the 10th World
Swimming Championships in Barcelona July 27, 2003. China's Luo Xuejuan
won the gold and Australia's Brooke Hanson won the silver.
REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

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November 17, 2002
Brooke Hanson from Australia celebrates her victory in the 50m breastroke final at the FINA Swimming...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brooke Hanson from Australia celebrates her victory in the 50m breastroke final at the FINA Swimming.....
Brooke Hanson from Australia celebrates her victory in the 50m breastroke final at the FINA Swimming World Cup 2002/2003 series in Rio de Janeiro, November 17, 2002. Hanson won the gold medal in a time of 31.24 seconds.
SPORT SWIMMING
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November 17, 2002
Brooke Hanson from Australia celebrates her victory in the 50m
breastroke final at the FINA Swimming...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil -
HANSON OF AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES HER VICTORY IN 50M BREASTROKE AT FINA
SWIMMING WORLD CUP.
Brooke Hanson from Australia celebrates her victory in the 50m
breastroke final at the FINA Swimming World Cup 2002/2003 series in Rio
de Janeiro, November 17, 2002. Hanson won the gold medal in a time of
31.24 seconds. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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SPORT GAMES
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August 03, 2002
BRITAIN'S COUNTESS OF WESSEX PRESENTS GOLD MEDAL TO AUSTRALIAN JONES
AFTER 100M BREASTSTROKE FINAL AT...
Manchester, UK
BRITAIN'S COUNTESS OF WESSEX PRESENTS GOLD MEDAL TO AUSTRALIAN JONES
AFTER 100M BREASTSTROKE FINAL AT...
BRITAIN'S COUNTESS OF WESSEX PRESENTS GOLD MEDAL TO AUSTRALIAN JONES
AFTER 100M BREASTSTROKE FINAL AT COMMONWEALTH GAMES.


Britain's Countess of Wessex (R) presents the gold medal to Australia's
Leisel Jones after her 100 metres breaststroke swimming final at the
2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester August 3, 2002. Leisel's winning
time was one minute 8.74 seconds. Silver medallist Brooke Hanson of
Australia stands at left. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
SPORT GAMES
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August 02, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON POWERS THROUGH THE WATER DURING THE WOMENS
100M BREASTSTROKE SEMI FINAL AT...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON POWERS THROUGH THE WATER DURING THE WOMENS
100M BREASTSTROKE SEMI FINAL AT...
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON POWERS THROUGH THE WATER DURING THE WOMENS
100M BREASTSTROKE SEMI FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN
MANCHESTER.


Australia's Brooke Hanson powers through the water during the womens
100m breaststroke semi final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in
Manchester August 2, 2002. Her time was 1.09.00 REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell
REUTERS
SPORT GAMES
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August 02, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON AT THE START OF THE WOMENS 100 BREASTSTROKE
SEMI FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON AT THE START OF THE WOMENS 100 BREASTSTROKE
SEMI FINAL AT THE 2002 ...
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON AT THE START OF THE WOMENS 100 BREASTSTROKE
SEMI FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Brooke Hanson at the start of the womens 100 breaststroke
semi final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester August 2, 2002.
Hanson won Heat two with a time of one minute 09.00 seconds.
REUTERS/David Gray REUTERS
SPORT GAMES
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August 02, 2002
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON GESTURES AFTER WINNING THE WOMENS 100
BREASTSTROKE SEMI FINAL AT THE 2002...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON GESTURES AFTER WINNING THE WOMENS 100
BREASTSTROKE SEMI FINAL AT THE 2002...
AUSTRALIA'S BROOKE HANSON GESTURES AFTER WINNING THE WOMENS 100
BREASTSTROKE SEMI FINAL AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


Australia's Brooke Hanson gestures after winning the womens 100 metre
breaststroke semi final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester
August 2, 2002. Her time was 58.57. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT GAMES
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August 01, 2002
Australia's Brooke Hanson celebrates with her gold medal after winning
the women's 200m breaststroke...
Manchester, UK
AUSTRALIA'S HANSON CELEBRATES WITH HER GOLD MEDAL AFTER WINNING WOMEN'S
200M BREASTSTROKE.
Australia's Brooke Hanson celebrates with her gold medal after winning
the women's 200m breaststroke during the 2002 Commonwealth Games in
Manchester August 1, 2002. REUTERS/David Gray

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