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CYCLING-AUSTRIA/
RTX7UDO
July 11, 2008
Austria's Rene Haselbacher celebrates in front of Italy's Emanuele Bindi after winning the fifth stage...
BAD VOESLAU, Austria
Austria's Haselbacher celebrates in front of Italy's Bindi after winning the fifth stage of the 60th...
Austria's Rene Haselbacher celebrates in front of Italy's Emanuele Bindi after winning the fifth stage of the 60th Austrian cycling tour in Bad Voeslau, July 11, 2008. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
CYCLING-AUSTRIA/
RTX7UDI
July 11, 2008
Austria's Rene Haselbacher receives kisses while up on the podium after winning the fifth stage of the...
BAD VOESLAU, Austria
Austria's Haselbacher receives kisses while up on the podium after winning the fifth stage of the 60th...
Austria's Rene Haselbacher receives kisses while up on the podium after winning the fifth stage of the 60th Austrian cycling tour in Bad Voeslau, July 11, 2008. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
CYCLING-AUSTRIA/
RTX7UDD
July 11, 2008
Austria's Rene Haselbacher (R) celebrates in front of Italy's Emanuele Bindi after winning the fifth...
BAD VOESLAU, Austria
Austria's Haselbacher celebrates in front of Italy's Bindi after winning the fifth stage of the 60th...
Austria's Rene Haselbacher (R) celebrates in front of Italy's Emanuele Bindi after winning the fifth stage of the 60th Austrian cycling tour in Bad Voeslau, July 11, 2008. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
CYCLING-AUSTRIA/
RTX7UCI
July 11, 2008
Austria's Rene Haselbacher (R) celebrates in front of Italy's Emanuele Bindi after winning the fifth...
BAD VOESLAU, Austria
Austria's Haselbacher celebrates in front of Italy's Bindi after winning the fifth stage of the 60th...
Austria's Rene Haselbacher (R) celebrates in front of Italy's Emanuele Bindi after winning the fifth stage of the 60th Austrian cycling tour in Bad Voeslau, July 11, 2008. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
CYCLING-AUSTRIA/
RTX7UCG
July 11, 2008
Austria's Rene Haselbacher celebrates after winning the fifth stage of the 60th Austrian cycling tour...
BAD VOESLAU, Austria
Austria's Rene Haselbacher celebrates after winning the fifth stage of the 60th Austrian cycling tour...
Austria's Rene Haselbacher celebrates after winning the fifth stage of the 60th Austrian cycling tour in Bad Voeslau, July 11, 2008. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
SPORT CYCLING
RTR17YTL
January 17, 2006
Team Gerolsteiner 2006 pose for group photo after their official cycling team presentation in the western...
Gerolstein, Germany
Team Gerolsteiner 2006 poses for a group photo after their official cycling team presentation in western...
Team Gerolsteiner 2006 pose for group photo after their official cycling team presentation in the western town Gerolstein January 17, 2006. Cyclists are (rear L-R): Marcel Strauss, Sven Krauss, Torsten Hiekmann, Stefan Schumacher, Peter Wrolich, David Kopp, (2nd row from back L-R) : Michael Rich, Rene Haselbacher, Fabian Wegmann, Sebastian Lang, Markus Fothen, Frank Hoj, Andrea Moletta, (third row from back L-R): are Matthias Russ, Georg Totschnig, Levi Leipheimer, Davide Rebelin, Markus Zberg, Sven Montgomery, (front row L-R) Thomas Fothen, Robert Foerster, Beat Zberg, Volker Ordowski, Ronny Scholz and Heinrich Haussler. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
SPORT CYCLING
RTRYW7H
August 13, 2005
German rider Grabsch cycles in front of Ziegler Haselbacher and van Bon during the Hainleite Race in...
Erfurt, Germany
German rider Grabsch cycles in front of Ziegler Haselbacher and van Bon during the Hainleite Race ......
German rider Grabsch cycles in front of Ziegler Haselbacher and van Bon during the Hainleite Race in Erfurt. German rider Bert Grabsch of Swiss cycling team Phonak cycles in front of his compatriot Thomas Ziegler and Austrian Rene Haselbacher of German team Gerolsteiner and Dutch rider Leon van Bon of Belgian team Davitamon-Lotto during the 183.8 km Hainleite Race in Thuringia's capital Erfurt August 13, 2005. Grabsch won the race ahead Ziegler and van Bon who came third. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR10XC6
January 20, 2005
Team Gerolsteiner 2005 pose for photographers during their official presentation in the western German...
Gerolstein, Germany
Team Gerolsteiner 2005 cyclists poses during presentation in Gerolstein.
Team Gerolsteiner 2005 pose for photographers during their official presentation in the western German town of Gerolstein January 20, 2005. Markus Zberg, Marcel Strauss, Marco Serpellini, Sebastian Lang, Michael Rich, Danilo Hondo, Andrea Moletta and Thomas Ziegler (back LtoR), team manager Hans-Michael Holczer, Torsten Schmidt, Sven Montgomery, Uwe Peschel, Markus Fothen, Frank Hoj, Heinrich Haussler, Rene Haselbacher, Beat Zberg, Peter Wrolich, Reimund Dietzen and Udo Boelts (middle row LtoR), Fabian Wegmann, Ronny Scholz, Sven Krauss, Levi Leipheimer, Matthias Russ, Volker Ordowski, Davide Rebellin, Robert Foerster and Georg Totschnig (front L-R). REUTERS/Ina Fassbender INA/JOH
HASELBACHER
RTXMQXL
July 09, 2004
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish sprint...
Angers, France
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish spri.....
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004. [Belgium's Tom Boonen won the sixth stage of the Tour de France on Friday, which was marred by a crash involving two thirds of the pack one kilometre before the finish in Angers.]
HASELBACHER
RTXMQXK
July 09, 2004
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria receives first aid after crashing in the finish sprint...
Angers, France
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria receives first aid after crashing in the finish sprin.....
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria receives first aid after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004.
HASELBACHER
RTXMQNR
July 09, 2004
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish sprint...
Angers, France
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish spri.....
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004.
HASELBACHER
RTXMQNP
July 09, 2004
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria screams in pain after crashing in the finish sprint of...
Angers, France
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria screams in pain after crashing in the finish sprint o.....
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria screams in pain after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004.
HASELBACHER
RTXMQNO
July 09, 2004
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria receives first aid after crashing in the finish sprint...
Angers, France
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria receives first aid after crashing in the finish sprin.....
Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria receives first aid after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRTCQL
July 09, 2004
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA LIES ON A STRETCHER AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL...
Angers, France
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA LIES ON A STRETCHER AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM ...
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA LIES ON A STRETCHER AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL TO ANGERS. Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRTCQF
July 09, 2004
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA SCREAMS IN PAIN AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL...
Angers, France
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA SCREAMS IN PAIN AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL...
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA SCREAMS IN PAIN AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL TO ANGERS. Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria screams in pain after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRTCQ3
July 09, 2004
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA LIES ON A STRETCHER AFTER CRASHING IN THE SIXTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE FROM...
Angers, France
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA LIES ON A STRETCHER AFTER CRASHING IN THE SIXTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE ......
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA LIES ON A STRETCHER AFTER CRASHING IN THE SIXTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL TO ANGERS. Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria lies on a stretcher after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004. Belgium's Tom Boonen won the sixth stage of the Tour de France on Friday, which was marred by a crash involving two thirds of the pack one kilometre before the finish in Angers. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRTCPW
July 09, 2004
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA RECEIVES FIRST AID AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL...
Angers, France
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA RECEIVES FIRST AID AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM ...
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA RECEIVES FIRST AID AFTER CRASHING IN SIXTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL TO ANGERS. Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria receives first aid after crashing in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRTCPR
July 09, 2004
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA WAITS FOR HELP AFTER CRASHING IN THE SIXTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL...
Angers, France
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA WAITS FOR HELP AFTER CRASHING IN THE SIXTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE FROM ......
HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA WAITS FOR HELP AFTER CRASHING IN THE SIXTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE FROM BONNEVAL TO ANGERS. Gerolsteiner rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria waits for help after a crash in the finish sprint of the sixth 196 km long stage of the Tour de France from Bonneval to Angers, France, July 9, 2004. Belgium's Tom Boonen won the sixth stage of the Tour de France, which was marred by a crash involving two thirds of the pack one kilometre before the finish in Angers. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
OUR DE FRANCE
RTXMPLK
July 02, 2004
Gerolsteiner team riders Georg Totschnig, Rene Haselbacher and Peter Wrolich of Austria (L to R) joke...
Liege, Belgium
Gerolsteiner team riders Georg Totschnig, Rene Haselbacher and Peter Wrolich of Austria (L to R) jok.....
Gerolsteiner team riders Georg Totschnig, Rene Haselbacher and Peter Wrolich of Austria (L to R) joke during medical checks ahead of the Tour de France cycling race in Liege, Belgium July 2, 2004. The Tour de France will start here with a 6.5 km prologue on July 3.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRT1ZG
July 02, 2004
Gerolsteiner team riders Georg Totschnig, Rene Haselbacher and Peter Wrolich of Austria (L to R) joke...
Liege, Belgium
TOTSCHNIG, HASELBACHER AND WROLICH OF AUSTRIA DURING MEDICAL CHECKS AHEAD OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE IN LIEGE....
Gerolsteiner team riders Georg Totschnig, Rene Haselbacher and Peter Wrolich of Austria (L to R) joke during medical checks ahead of the Tour de France cycling race in Liege, Belgium July 2, 2004. The Tour de France will start here with a 6.5 km prologue on July 3. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini LE/ACM
HASELBACHER
RTXM342
July 08, 2003
- COMBO PHOTO - Combo of 4 pictures showing the Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria holding...
Saint Dizier, France
- COMBO PHOTO - Combo of 4 pictures showing the Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria .....
- COMBO PHOTO - Combo of 4 pictures showing the Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria holding his cycling costume together as he rides to the finish line after he crashed in the finish of the third stage of the Tour de France cycling race between Charleville-Mezieres and Saint Dizier July 8, 2003. Alessandro Petacchi of Italy won the stage.]
HASELBACHER
RTXM33Y
July 08, 2003
Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria rides to the finish line after he crashed in the...
Saint Dizier, France
Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria rides to the finish line after he crashed in the.....
Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria rides to the finish line after he crashed in the finish of the third stage of the Tour de France cycling race between Charleville-Mezieres and Saint Dizier July 8, 2003. [Alessandro Petacchi of Italy won the stage and Frenchman Jean-Patrick Nazon took over the race leader's yellow jersey.]
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRM6OC
July 07, 2003
Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria rides to the finish line
holding his torn shorts...
Saint Dizier, France (French Republic)
RENE HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA RIDES TO THE FINISH AFTER HE CRASHED IN
TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE.
Gerolsteiner team rider Rene Haselbacher of Austria rides to the finish line
holding his torn shorts after he crashed in the finish of the third stage of
the Tour de France cycling race between Charleville-Mezieres and Saint
Dizier July 8, 2003. Alessandro Petacchi of Italy won the stage and
Frenchman Jean-Patrick Nazon took over the race leader's yellow jersey.
Pictures of the month July 2003 Pictures of the Year 2003 REUTERS/Eric
Gaillard

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SPORT CYCLING SPORT
RTRRTVS
July 06, 2003
GEROLSTEINER TEAM RIDER RENE HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA CROSSES THE FINISH
LINE OF THE 6.5KM PROLOGUE EVENT...
Paris, France (French Republic)
GEROLSTEINER TEAM RIDER RENE HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA CROSSES THE FINISH
LINE OF THE 6.5KM PROLOGUE ......
GEROLSTEINER TEAM RIDER RENE HASELBACHER OF AUSTRIA CROSSES THE FINISH
LINE OF THE 6.5KM PROLOGUE EVENT OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE IN
PARIS JULY 5, 2003.
SPORTS CYCLING
RTRUW5T
May 28, 2000
Cyclists speed past Zojoji temple in Tokyo May 28 during the final stage of the six-stage Tour of Japan....
Tokyo, Japan
CYCLE RACERS SPEEDS PAST ZOJOJI TEMPLE IN TOKYO DURING FINAL STAGE OF TOUR OF JAPAN.
Cyclists speed past Zojoji temple in Tokyo May 28 during the final stage of the six-stage Tour of Japan. Mauro Gianetti of Switzerland won the general individual time classification title and Rene Haselbacher of Austria won the general individual point classification in the cycling road race.

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SPORT CYCLING
RTRVL4U
June 06, 1998
Beat Zberg from Switzerland (C) is congratulated by Thomas Muehlbacher (R) and Rene Haselbacher (L) from...
Groebming
SWISS ZBERG CONGRATULATED BY AUSTRIANS MUEHLBACHER AND HASELBACHER.
Beat Zberg from Switzerland (C) is congratulated by Thomas Muehlbacher (R) and Rene Haselbacher (L) from Austria during the final stage of the Austrian cycling tour June 6. Zberg won the tour ahead of his compatriote Philipp Buschor and Italy's Matteo Tosatti.

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