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CANADA-CFL/
RTSN2KX
September 10, 2016
B.C Lions SB Bryan Burnham (16) is tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson (35) during the first...
Vancouver, Canada
B.C Lions SB Bryan Burnham (16) is tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson (35) during the first...
B.C Lions SB Bryan Burnham (16) is tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson (35) during the first half of their CFL football game in Vancouver, British Columbia, September 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ben Nelms
CANADA-CFL/
RTSN2KW
September 10, 2016
B.C Lions SB Bryan Burnham (16) is tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson (35) during the first...
Vancouver, Canada
B.C Lions SB Bryan Burnham (16) is tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson (35) during the first...
B.C Lions SB Bryan Burnham (16) is tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson (35) during the first half of their CFL football game in Vancouver, British Columbia, September 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ben Nelms
CANADA-CFL/
RTSN2KT
September 10, 2016
B.C Lions SB Geraldo Boldewijn (18) drops a pass while being tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson...
Vancouver, Canada
B.C Lions SB Geraldo Boldewijn (18) drops a pass while being tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson...
B.C Lions SB Geraldo Boldewijn (18) drops a pass while being tackled by Montreal Alouettes DB Greg Henderson (35) during the first half of their CFL football game in Vancouver, British Columbia, September 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ben Nelms
OLYMPICS-RIO-ATHLETICS-M-LONGJUMP
RTX4QUC6
August 14, 2016
2016 Rio Olympics - Athletics - Victory Ceremony - Men's Long Jump Victory Ceremony - Olympic Stadium...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Athletics - Men's Long Jump Victory Ceremony
2016 Rio Olympics - Athletics - Victory Ceremony - Men's Long Jump Victory Ceremony - Olympic Stadium - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 14/08/2016. Luvo Manyonga (RSA) of South Africa with the silver medal, Jeff Henderson (USA) of USA with the gold medal, Greg Rutherford (GBR) of Britain pose on podium. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
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OREGON-MILITIA/
RTX24HU2
January 29, 2016
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
BURNS, UNITED STATES
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of the death of LaVoy Finicum, in Burns, Oregon January 28, 2016. The FBI on Thursday released a video investigators say shows one occupier of an Oregon wildlife refuge reach for his jacket pocket before being shot dead by law enforcement, after speeding away from a traffic stop where the group's leader was arrested. Authorities said 54-year-old Finicum, a rancher from Arizona who acted as a spokesman for the occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, was armed when he was stopped by police and killed on Tuesday afternoon. REUTERS/Peter Henderson
OREGON-MILITIA/
RTX24HTU
January 29, 2016
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
BURNS, UNITED STATES
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of the death of LaVoy Finicum, in Burns, Oregon January 28, 2016. The FBI on Thursday released a video investigators say shows one occupier of an Oregon wildlife refuge reach for his jacket pocket before being shot dead by law enforcement, after speeding away from a traffic stop where the group's leader was arrested. Authorities said 54-year-old Finicum, a rancher from Arizona who acted as a spokesman for the occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, was armed when he was stopped by police and killed on Tuesday afternoon. REUTERS/Peter Henderson
OREGON-MILITIA/
RTX24HTN
January 29, 2016
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
BURNS, UNITED STATES
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of the death of LaVoy Finicum, in Burns, Oregon January 28, 2016. The FBI on Thursday released a video investigators say shows one occupier of an Oregon wildlife refuge reach for his jacket pocket before being shot dead by law enforcement, after speeding away from a traffic stop where the group's leader was arrested. Authorities said 54-year-old Finicum, a rancher from Arizona who acted as a spokesman for the occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, was armed when he was stopped by police and killed on Tuesday afternoon. REUTERS/Peter Henderson
OREGON-MILITIA/
RTX24HTL
January 29, 2016
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
BURNS, UNITED STATES
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of...
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a news conference showing a video of the death of LaVoy Finicum, in Burns, Oregon January 28, 2016. The FBI on Thursday released a video investigators say shows one occupier of an Oregon wildlife refuge reach for his jacket pocket before being shot dead by law enforcement, after speeding away from a traffic stop where the group's leader was arrested. Authorities said 54-year-old Finicum, a rancher from Arizona who acted as a spokesman for the occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, was armed when he was stopped by police and killed on Tuesday afternoon. REUTERS/Peter Henderson
OREGON-MILITIA/
RTX24HQF
January 29, 2016
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a press conference showing a video of...
BURNS, UNITED STATES
FBI special agent in charge for Oregon speaks at a press conference, in Burns, Oregon
Greg Bretzing, FBI special agent in charge for Oregon, speaks at a press conference showing a video of the death of LaVoy Finicum at a police roadblock, in Burns, Oregon January 28, 2016. The FBI on Thursday released video showing one of the men occupying an Oregon wildlife refuge reach for his jacket pocket before he was shot dead by law enforcement after speeding away from a traffic stop where the group's leader was arrested. Authorities said 54-year-old Robert LaVoy Finicum, a rancher from Arizona who acted as a spokesman for the occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, was armed when he was stopped by police and killed on Tuesday afternoon. REUTERS/Peter Henderson
CYCLING-WORLD/
RTXSYSL
October 03, 2010
New Zealand's (from L to R) Hayden Roulston, Julian Dean and Greg Henderson are seen at the start of...
Geelong, Australia
New Zealand's Roulston, Dean and Henderson are seen at the start of the elite men's road race at the...
New Zealand's (from L to R) Hayden Roulston, Julian Dean and Greg Henderson are seen at the start of the elite men's road race at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Geelong, 75km (46 miles) south west of Melbourne October 3, 2010. The Road Cycling World Championships takes place from September 29 to October 3. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-NICE/
RTR2BE5O
March 08, 2010
Sky's team rider Gregory Henderson of New Zealand celebrates winning the first stage of Paris-Nice cycling...
Contres, France
Sky's team rider Henderson celebrates winning the first stage of Paris-Nice cycling race
Sky's team rider Gregory Henderson of New Zealand celebrates winning the first stage of Paris-Nice cycling race between Saint-Arnoult-En-Yvelines and Contres March 8, 2010. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMQNS
May 24, 2009
The pack of riders is reflected on the window of the spectators' stand of Circut de Catalunya race track...
Barcelona, Spain
The pack of riders is reflected on the window of the spectators' stand of Circut de Catalunya race track...
The pack of riders is reflected on the window of the spectators' stand of Circut de Catalunya race track during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race near Barcelona May 24, 2009. New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson won the stage and Spanish Alejandro Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMQB5
May 24, 2009
" Volta " cycling race president Ruben Peris and Spanish Alejandro Valverde shows the leaders jerseys...
Barcelona, Spain
" Volta " cycling race president Ruben Peris and Spanish Alejandro Valverde shows the leaders jerseys...
" Volta " cycling race president Ruben Peris and Spanish Alejandro Valverde shows the leaders jerseys for Valverde's childrens on the podium after the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track May 24, 2009. New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson won the stage and Spanish Alejandro Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMQ2B
May 24, 2009
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut...
Barcelona, Spain
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut...
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the stage and Spain's Alejandro Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMPX9
May 24, 2009
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race at Circut...
Barcelona, Spain
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut...
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race at Circut de Catalunya race track May 24, 2009. New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson won the stage and Spanish Alejandro Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMPX8
May 24, 2009
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut...
Barcelona, Spain
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut...
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the stage and Spain's Alejandro Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMPX5
May 24, 2009
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut...
Barcelona, Spain
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut...
The pack of riders take a curve during the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the stage and Spain's Alejandro Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMPOG
May 24, 2009
Spain's Alejandro Valverde raises the trophy on the podium after the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
Barcelona, Spain
Spain's Alejandro Valverde raises the trophy on the podium after the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
Spain's Alejandro Valverde raises the trophy on the podium after the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the stage and Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMPJY
May 24, 2009
Spain's Alejandro Valverde raises the trophy on the podium after the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
Barcelona, Spain
Spain's Alejandro Valverde raises the trophy on the podium after the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
Spain's Alejandro Valverde raises the trophy on the podium after the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the final stage and Valverde won the race. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMPIQ
May 24, 2009
Spain's Alejandro Valverde celebrates on the podium after the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
Barcelona, Spain
Spain's Alejandro Valverde celebrates on the podium after the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
Spain's Alejandro Valverde celebrates on the podium after the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the final stage and Valverde won the race. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMPGD
May 24, 2009
Spain's Alejandro Valverde is seen after crossing the finish line of the final stage of the "Volta a...
Barcelona, Spain
Spain's Alejandro Valverde is seen after crossing the finish line of the final stage of the "Volta a...
Spain's Alejandro Valverde is seen after crossing the finish line of the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the final stage and Valverde won the race. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMP89
May 24, 2009
New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates on the podium after winning the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
Barcelona, Spain
New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates on the podium after winning the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya"...
New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates on the podium after winning the final stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race, at Circut de Catalunya race track, May 24, 2009. Spain's Alejandro Valverde won the race. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMP25
May 24, 2009
New Zealand's Greg Henderson rides to win the last stage of the Volta a Catalunya cycling race at the...
Barcelona, Spain
New Zealand's Henderson rides to win the last stage of the Volta a Catalunya cycling race at the Circuit...
New Zealand's Greg Henderson rides to win the last stage of the Volta a Catalunya cycling race at the Circuit de Catalunya race track May 24, 2009. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMOYM
May 24, 2009
New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the last stage...
Barcelona, Spain
New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson wins the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race at Circut...
New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race at Circut de Catalunya race track May 24, 2009. Henderson won the stage and Spanish Alejandro Valverde won the "Volta a Catalunya". REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-SPAIN/
RTXMOWA
May 24, 2009
New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the last stage...
Barcelona, Spain
Henderson wins the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race at Circut de Catalunya race track
New Zealand's rider Greg Henderson raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the last stage of the "Volta a Catalunya" cycling race at Circut de Catalunya race track May 24, 2009. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN SPORT CYCLING)
NCAA/BASKETBALL
RTR23ILT
January 17, 2009
Georgetown University's Greg Monroe (10), with Duke University's Gerald Henderson in the background,...
Durham, UNITED STATES
Georgetown University's Greg Monroe reacts against Dukeduring their NCAA basketball game in Durham
Georgetown University's Greg Monroe (10), with Duke University's Gerald Henderson in the background, reacts during the teams' NCAA basketball game in Durham, North Carolina January 17, 2009. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES)
NCAA/BASKETBALL
RTR1Y2I5
March 09, 2008
Duke University players (L-R) DeMarcus Nelson, David McClure, Lance Thomas, Jon Scheyer, Gerald Henderson,...
Durham, UNITED STATES
Duke University players observe a moment of silence in honor of slain University of North Carolina student...
Duke University players (L-R) DeMarcus Nelson, David McClure, Lance Thomas, Jon Scheyer, Gerald Henderson, and Greg Paulus observe a moment of silence in honor of slain University of North Carolina student Eve Carson prior to the teams' NCAA basketball game in Durham, North Carolina, March 8, 2008. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES)
NCAA/BASKETBALL
RTR1XRRN
March 01, 2008
North Carolina State University's Marques Johnson (C) makes a pass around the defense of Duke University's...
Raleigh, UNITED STATES
North Carolina State University's Johnson makes a pass around the defense of Duke University's Paulus...
North Carolina State University's Marques Johnson (C) makes a pass around the defense of Duke University's Greg Paulus (L) and Gerald Henderson during the first half of their NCAA basketball game in Raleigh, North Carolina March 1, 2008. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES)
NCAA/BASKETBALL
RTR1XRRE
March 01, 2008
North Carolina State University's Marques Johnson (R) goes to the basket against Duke University's Gerald...
Raleigh, UNITED STATES
North Carolina State University's Johnson goes to the basket against Duke University's Henderson and...
North Carolina State University's Marques Johnson (R) goes to the basket against Duke University's Gerald Henderson (L) and Greg Paulus (C) during the first half of their NCAA basketball game in Raleigh, North Carolina March 1, 2008. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/WORLD
RTR1O46T
March 30, 2007
New Zealand's Greg Henderson lies on the floor after falling during the men's scratch race at the track...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
New Zealand's Henderson lies on the floor after falling during men's scratch race at the track cycling...
New Zealand's Greg Henderson lies on the floor after falling during the men's scratch race at the track cycling world championships in Palma de Mallorca March 30, 2007. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (SPAIN)
CYCLING/WORLD
RTR1O46N
March 30, 2007
Argentina's Angel Daro Colla (L), New Zealand's Greg Henderson (C) and France's Jerome Neuville fall...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Argentina's Daro Colla, New Zealand's Henderson and France's Neuville fall during men's scratch race...
Argentina's Angel Daro Colla (L), New Zealand's Greg Henderson (C) and France's Jerome Neuville fall during the men's scratch race at the track cycling world championships in Palma de Mallorca March 30, 2007. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (SPAIN)
CYCLING/WORLD
RTR1O46W
March 29, 2007
France's Jerome Neuville (bottom), New Zealand's Greg Henderson and Venezuela's Andris Jose Hernandez...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
France's Neuville, New Zealand's Henderson and Venezuela's Hernandez fall during men's scratch race at...
France's Jerome Neuville (bottom), New Zealand's Greg Henderson and Venezuela's Andris Jose Hernandez (top) fall during the men's scratch race at the track cycling world championships in Palma de Mallorca March 30, 2007. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (SPAIN)
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17E25
March 19, 2006
New Zealand's Greg Henderson (3rd L, in black) leads the men's cycling scratch final with a lap to go...
Melbourne, Australia
New Zealand's Henderson leads men's cycling scratch race at Melbourne Commonwealth Games
New Zealand's Greg Henderson (3rd L, in black) leads the men's cycling scratch final with a lap to go at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games March 19, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWEZ7
August 24, 2004
New Zealand's Greg Henderson competes in the men's points race at the Olympic Velodrome during the Athens...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
New Zealand's Greg Henderson competes in the Men's Points race at the Olympic Velodrome.
New Zealand's Greg Henderson competes in the men's points race at the Olympic Velodrome during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 24, 2004. Henderson placed fourth. REUTERS/Nigel Marple NM
OLYMPICS CYCLING
RTRWESO
August 24, 2004
New Zealand's Greg Henderson competes in the men's points race at the Olympic Velodrome during the Athens...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
New Zealand's Greg Henderson competes in the Men's Points race at the Olympic Velodrome.
New Zealand's Greg Henderson competes in the men's points race at the Olympic Velodrome during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 24, 2004. Henderson placed fourth. REUTERS/Nigel Marple NM
SPORT CYCLING WORLD
RTRX4MM
May 28, 2004
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Melbourne, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. New Zealand's Greg Henderson (C) celebrates after winning the men's 15 km Scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. Henderson won ahead of Robert Slippens from The Netherlands and Walter Perez from Argentina. 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
RTRX4MI
May 28, 2004
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WITH SUPPORTERS AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KILOMETRE SCRATCH...
Melbourne, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WITH SUPPORTERS AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KILOMETRE ...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WITH SUPPORTERS AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KILOMETRE SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. New Zealand's Greg Henderson (C) celebrates with supporters after winning the men's 15 km Scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. Henderson won ahead of Robert Slippens from The Netherlands and Walter Perez from Argentina. 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
RTRX4L8
May 28, 2004
FRANCO MARVULLI FROM SWITZERLAND RIDES DURING DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Melbourne, Australia
FRANCO MARVULLI FROM SWITZERLAND RIDES DURING DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
FRANCO MARVULLI FROM SWITZERLAND RIDES DURING DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Franco Marvulli from Switzerland rides during the men's 15 km scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won ahead of Robert Slippens from The Netherlands and Walter Perez from Argentina. 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
RTRX4KL
May 28, 2004
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO VICTORY DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Melbourne, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO VICTORY DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO VICTORY DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. New Zealand's Greg Henderson (3rd from right) rides to victory during the men's 15 km Scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. Henderson won ahead of Robert Slippens from The Netherlands and Walter Perez from Argentina. 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
RTRX4I4
May 28, 2004
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO VICTORY DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Melbourne, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO VICTORY DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO VICTORY DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. New Zealand's Greg Henderson (2nd from L) rides to victory during the men's 15 km scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. Henderson won ahead of Robert Slippens (2nd from R) from The Netherlands and Walter Perez (R) from Argentina. 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
RTRX4G8
May 28, 2004
CHERNYSHOV FROM KAZAKHISTAN CRASHES DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN...
Melbourne, Australia
CHERNYSHOV FROM KAZAKHISTAN CRASHES DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
CHERNYSHOV FROM KAZAKHISTAN CRASHES DURING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. Ilya Chernyshov (C) from Kazakhistan crashes during the men's 15 km scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won ahead of Robert Slippens from The Netherlands and Walter Perez from Argentina. 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
RTRX4G3
May 28, 2004
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO WIN THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN...
Melbourne, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO WIN THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RIDES TO WIN THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. New Zealand's Greg Henderson (L) rides to victory as Ilya Chernyshov (TOP) from Kazakhistan crashes behind during the men's 15 km scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. Henderson won ahead of Robert Slippens (R) from The Netherlands and Walter Perez from Argentina. 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
RTRX4FG
May 28, 2004
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Melbourne, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. New Zealand's Greg Henderson (L) celebrates after winning the men's 15 km scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. 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
RTRX4ER
May 28, 2004
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Melbourne, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD ...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S 15 KM SCRATCH FINAL AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MELBOURNE. New Zealand's Greg Henderson (C) celebrates after winning the men's 15 km scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne May 28, 2004. 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 GAMES
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August 02, 2002
Cyclists compete in the final of the men's point race at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester which...
Manchester, UK
CYCLISTS COMPETE IN THE FINAL OF THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002
COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.
Cyclists compete in the final of the men's point race at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester which was won by New Zealand's Greg
Henderson August 2, 2002. Australia's Mark Renshaw to won silver and
England's Chris Newton won bronze. REUTERS/Dan Chung REUTERS

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SPORT GAMES
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August 02, 2002
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RACES AUSTRALIA'S MARK RENSHAW IN THE
FINAL OF THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT...
Manchester, UK
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RACES AUSTRALIA'S MARK RENSHAW IN THE
FINAL OF THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON RACES AUSTRALIA'S MARK RENSHAW IN THE
FINAL OF THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN
MANCHESTER.


New Zealand's Greg Henderson (R) races Australia's Mark Renshaw in the
final of the men's point race at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in
Manchester August 2, 2002. Henderson beat Renshaw to win the gold
medal. REUTERS/Dan Chung
SPORT GAMES
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August 02, 2002
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL OF
THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002...
Manchester, UK
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL OF
THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL OF
THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates winning gold in the final of
the men's point race at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester
August 2, 2002. Henderson beat Australia's Mark Renshaw to win the gold
medal. REUTERS/Dan Chung
SPORT GAMES
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August 02, 2002
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL OF
THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002...
Manchester, UK
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL OF
THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002...
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD IN THE FINAL OF
THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE 2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER.


New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates winning gold in the final of
the men's point race at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester
August 2, 2002. Henderson beat Australia's Mark Renshaw to win the gold
medal. REUTERS/Dan Chung
SPORT GAMES
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August 02, 2002
New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates winning gold in the men's point
race at the 2002 Commonwealth...
Manchester, UK
NEW ZEALAND'S GREG HENDERSON WINS GOLD IN THE MEN'S POINT RACE AT THE
2002 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN MANCHESTER....
New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates winning gold in the men's point
race at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester August 2, 2002.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

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YEAREND PICTURES
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August 01, 2002
Cyclists compete in the final of the men's point race at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester which...
Manchester, UK
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Cyclists compete in the final of the men's point race at the 2002
Commonwealth Games in Manchester which was won by New Zealand's Greg
Henderson August 2, 2002. Australia's Mark Renshaw won silver and
England's Chris Newton won bronze. REUTERS/Dan Chung REUTERS

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GOODWILL GAMES CYCLING
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September 02, 2001
CAPTION CORRECTION-CORRECTING DATE New Zealand pair of Hayden Godfrey
(R) and Greg Henderson sling before...
Brisbane, Australia
NEW ZEALAND WINS MEN'S MADISON EVENT IN TRACK CYCLING AT GOODWILL GAMES
IN BRISBANE.
CAPTION CORRECTION-CORRECTING DATE New Zealand pair of Hayden Godfrey
(R) and Greg Henderson sling before taking out line honours to win the
men's madison event at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane, September 2,
2001. The New Zealand team beat the Australian team by 1 point.
REUTERS/Greg White

GW/CP
GOODWILL GAMES CYCLING
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September 02, 2001
NEW ZEALAND'S HENDERSON LEADS IN THE MEN'S MADISON EVENT IN TRACK
CYCLING AT GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE.


New...
Brisbane, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S HENDERSON LEADS IN THE MEN'S MADISON EVENT IN TRACK
CYCLING AT GOODWILL GAMES IN ...
NEW ZEALAND'S HENDERSON LEADS IN THE MEN'S MADISON EVENT IN TRACK
CYCLING AT GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE.


New Zealand rider Greg Henderson (front) leads the field before taking
out line honours to win the men's madison event with partner Hayden
Godfrey at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane, September 2, 2001. The New
Zealand team beat the Australian team by 1 point. REUTERS/Greg White
SPORT GOODWILL
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September 01, 2001
New Zealand's Greg Henderson (R) rides behind Andries Verspeeten (L)
from Belgium, Abbas Saeidilahna...
Brisbane, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S HENDERSON RIDES DURING MENS 20KM POINTS CYCLE RACE AT
GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE.
New Zealand's Greg Henderson (R) rides behind Andries Verspeeten (L)
from Belgium, Abbas Saeidilahna (Top) representing the Asia team, and
Milton Wynent from the Pan American team during the mens 20 kilometre
points cycle race at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane September 1, 2001.
Henderson went on to win th gold medal ahead of Juan Curuchet from Pan
America. Athletes from 69 countries are competing at the 2001 Goodwill
Games. REUTERS/David Gray

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SPORT GOODWILL SWIMMING
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September 01, 2001
NEW ZEALAND'S HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD MEDAL FOR THE MENS 20KM
POINTS CYCLE RACE AT GOODWILL...
Brisbane, Australia
NEW ZEALAND'S HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD MEDAL FOR THE MENS 20KM
POINTS CYCLE RACE AT ...
NEW ZEALAND'S HENDERSON CELEBRATES WINNING GOLD MEDAL FOR THE MENS 20KM
POINTS CYCLE RACE AT GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE.


New Zealand's Greg Henderson celebrates after receiving his gold medal
for the men's 20 kilometre points cycle race at the Goodwill Games in
Brisbane September 1, 2001. Henderson won ahead of Juan Curuchet from
Cuba. Athletes from 69 countries are competing at the 2001 Goodwill
Games. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT GOODWILL SWIMMING
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September 01, 2001
Iran's Alireza Haghi, representing the Asian team, competes in the
men's 20 kilometre points cycle race...
Brisbane, Australia
IRANIAN ALIREZA HAGHI COMPETES IN THE MEN'S 20KM POINTS CYCLE RACE AT
GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE.
Iran's Alireza Haghi, representing the Asian team, competes in the
men's 20 kilometre points cycle race at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane
September 1, 2001. New Zealand's Greg Henderson won the race. Athletes
from 69 countries are competing at the 2001 Goodwill Games.
REUTERS/David Gray

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SPORT NFL
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October 24, 1999
Green Bay Packers' William Henderson (33), after collecting a pass from quarterback Brett Favre, goes...
San Diego, USA
PACKERS' HENDERSON SCORES TOUCHDOWN AGAINST SAN DIEGO.
Green Bay Packers' William Henderson (33), after collecting a pass from quarterback Brett Favre, goes seven yards for a touchdown, dragging San Diego Chargers Greg Jackson (42) and Michael Dumas (38) with him in the first quarter of the October 24 game in San Diego.

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SPORT BASEBALL
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September 30, 1999
New York Mets John Olerud (5) is greeted at the plate after his grand slam home run off Atlanta Braves...
New York, USA
METS OLERUD AFTER GRAND SLAM AGAINST BRAVES.
New York Mets John Olerud (5) is greeted at the plate after his grand slam home run off Atlanta Braves pitcher Greg Maddux in the fourth inning September 29 at New York's Shea Stadium. Welcoming him are (L-R) Al Leiter, Edgardo Alfonzo and Rickey Henderson.

RFS/RC
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February 13, 1998
Chicago Bulls Dennis Rodman jams in a basket in front of Atlanta Hawks' Greg Anderson (L) and Alan Henderson...
UNITED STATES
BULLS' RODMAN JAMS IN A BASKET DURING FIRST QUARTER
Chicago Bulls Dennis Rodman jams in a basket in front of Atlanta Hawks' Greg Anderson (L) and Alan Henderson during first quarter action February 13 at the United Center.

SPORT NBA
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August 29, 1997
New Zealand's Team Pursuit riders Gary Anderson (R), Brendon Cameron (2nd R), Timothy Carswell and Greg...
Australia
NEW ZEALAND TEAM IN ACTION AT WORLD CYCLE CHAMPS IN PERTH
New Zealand's Team Pursuit riders Gary Anderson (R), Brendon Cameron (2nd R), Timothy Carswell and Greg Henderson (L) compete at the World Track Cycle Championships at the Midvale Speed Dome in Perth August 29. New Zealand qualified for tonights quarter-final ride against the Ukraine.

SPORT CYCLING WORLD
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August 25, 1997
New Zealand coach Ron Cheatley (L) talks with members of his Team Pursuit Tim Carswell (R) and Greg Henderson...
Australia
NZ COACH RON CHEATLEY TALKS WITH CARSWELL AND HENDERSON IN PERTH
New Zealand coach Ron Cheatley (L) talks with members of his Team Pursuit Tim Carswell (R) and Greg Henderson (C) during a training session for the forthcoming World Track Cycle Championships at the Midvale Velodrome in Perth August 25. Cyclists from 38 countries are competing in the first world championships to be staged in the Southern Hemisphere beginning here on August 27.

SPORT CYCLING
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