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AUSTRALIA
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April 11, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S NEWBERY TWISTS DURING A DIVE IN THE MEN'S 10 METRE PLATFORM OYLMPIC DIVING SELECTION TRIALS...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S NEWBERY TWISTS DURING A DIVE IN THE MEN'S 10 METRE PLATFORM OYLMPIC DIVING SELECTION ...
AUSTRALIA'S NEWBERY TWISTS DURING A DIVE IN THE MEN'S 10 METRE PLATFORM OYLMPIC DIVING SELECTION TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Robert Newbery twists through a dive on his way to secondplace in the men's 10 metre platform Olympic diving selection trials in Sydney April 11, 2004. Newbery who scored 1174.1 points, finished second to Matthew Helm on 1275.1 points. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
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April 11, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S MATTHEW HELM SPINS AS HE WINS THE MEN'S 10-METRE PLATFORM OYLMPIC DIVING SELECTION TRIALS...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S MATTHEW HELM SPINS AS HE WINS THE MEN'S 10-METRE PLATFORM OYLMPIC DIVING SELECTION ...
AUSTRALIA'S MATTHEW HELM SPINS AS HE WINS THE MEN'S 10-METRE PLATFORM OYLMPIC DIVING SELECTION TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Matthew Helm twists through a dive on his way to winning the men's 10-metre platform Olympic diving selection trials in Sydney April 11, 2004. Helm scored 1275.1 points beating Robert Newbery who scored 1174.1 points. REUTERS/Will Burgess
SPAIN DIVING BARCELONA
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July 18, 2003
Australia's Mathew Helm dives in men's ten metres platform final at the
World Swimming Championships...
Barcelona, Spain - Kingdom of
AUSTRALIA'S MATHEW HELM DIVES IN THE MEN'S TEN METRES PLATFORM
SEMIFINAL IN BARCELONA.
Australia's Mathew Helm dives in men's ten metres platform final at the
World Swimming Championships in Barcelona July 19, 2003. Helm finished
second, Canadian Alexandre Despatie won the championship and Chinese Liang
Tian placed third. Pictures of the Year 2003 REUTERS/Albert Gea

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