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Obituary
Obituary
Andy Irons - 03 Nov 2010
21 PICTURES
TRAVEL-BARBADOS/
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January 15, 2010
The Royal Navy frigate HMS Iron Duke sits at anchor at sunset just off Bridgetown, Barbados, in this...
Bridgetown, Barbados
To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-BARBADOS/
The Royal Navy frigate HMS Iron Duke sits at anchor at sunset just off Bridgetown, Barbados, in this June 19, 2008 file photo. Barbados is a serene Caribbean island that lures visitors with its aqua waters, friendly people and fine dinning. The island also delights tourists and locals with great music, including the Barbados Jazz Festival from Jan 11 to 17. To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-BARBADOS/ REUTERS/Andy Clark (BARBADOS - Tags: TRAVEL)
BARBADOS/
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June 20, 2008
The Royal Navy frigate HMS Iron Duke sits at anchor at sunset just off Bridgetown, Barbados June 19,...
Bridgetown, Barbados
Royal Navy frigate HMS Iron Duke sits at anchor in Barbados
The Royal Navy frigate HMS Iron Duke sits at anchor at sunset just off Bridgetown, Barbados June 19, 2008. REUTERS/Andy Clark (BARBADOS)
TAHITI/
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May 16, 2008
Andy Irons of Hawaii rides a wave during the fourth round of the Billabong Pro surfing tournament on...
TEHAUPOO, French Polynesia
Irons of Hawaii rides a wave during the fourth round of the Billabong Pro surfing tournament in Tehaupoo....
Andy Irons of Hawaii rides a wave during the fourth round of the Billabong Pro surfing tournament on the legendary reef break in Tehaupoo, Tahiti, May 15, 2008. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (FRENCH POLYNESIA)
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May 15, 2008
Andy Irons of Hawaii rides a wave during the third round of competition in the Billabong Pro surfing...
Teahupoo, French Polynesia
Irons of Hawaii rides a wave during the third round of competition in the Billabong Pro surfing tournament...
Andy Irons of Hawaii rides a wave during the third round of competition in the Billabong Pro surfing tournament on the legendary reef break in Teahupoo, Tahiti, May 14, 2008. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (FRENCH POLYNESIA)
SURFING/
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May 14, 2007
Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in Round 4 of the Billabong Pro Tahiti ASP World Tour surfing competition...
Teahupoo, French Polynesia
Irons of the U.S. surfs during the Billabong Pro Tahiti ASP World Tour surfing competition in Teahupoo...
Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in Round 4 of the Billabong Pro Tahiti ASP World Tour surfing competition in Teahupoo, Tahiti, May 13, 2007. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (TAHITI)
SURFING/
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May 13, 2007
Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs through a tube in round 3 of the Billabong Pro Teahupoo ASP World Tour competition...
Teahupoo, French Polynesia
Irons of the U.S. surfs in round 3 of the Billabong Pro Teahupoo ASP World Tour in Teahupoo
Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs through a tube in round 3 of the Billabong Pro Teahupoo ASP World Tour competition in Teahupoo, Tahiti, May 12, 2007. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (TAHITI)
CHINA-TRADE/STEEL
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December 12, 2006
A general view show the silhouette of a labourer welding steel at a demolished construction site in Sanya,...
Sanya, China
A general view show the silhouette of a labourer welding steel at a demolished construction site in Sanya...
A general view show the silhouette of a labourer welding steel at a demolished construction site in Sanya, south China's Hainan province, December 12, 2006. China exported a record monthly 4.63 million tonnes of steel products in November, while iron-ore imports returned to normal volumes after an unusually weak October, official customs figures showed on Monday. REUTERS/Andy Gao (CHINA)
SPORT SPAIN
RTR1I9HA
October 12, 2006
A fan takes photos of former world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf...
Bakio, Spain
Fan takes photos of former world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii in Bakio
A fan takes photos of former world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest, part of the ASP Men's World Tour, in Bakio, Spain October 12, 2006. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPORT
RTR1I9FI
October 12, 2006
Former world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii takes a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest,...
Bakio, Spain
Former world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii takes a wave in Bakio
Former world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii takes a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest, part of the ASP Men's World Tour, in Bakio, Spain October 12, 2006. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPORT SPAIN
RTR1I2QX
October 06, 2006
Australian Taj Burrow (R) and Hawaiian Andy Irons dispute a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf...
Bakio, Spain
Australian Burrow and Hawaiian Irons dispute a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest in...
Australian Taj Burrow (R) and Hawaiian Andy Irons dispute a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest, part of the ASP Men's World Tour, in Bakio October 6, 2006. REUTERS/Vincent West (Spain)
SPORT SPAIN
RTR1I2QG
October 06, 2006
Australian Taj Burrow (R) and Hawaiian surfer Andy Irons dispute a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka...
Bakio, Spain
Australian Burrow and Hawaiian Irons dispute a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest in...
Australian Taj Burrow (R) and Hawaiian surfer Andy Irons dispute a wave during the Billabong Pro Mundaka surf contest, part of the ASP Men's World Tour, in Bakio October 6, 2006. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
FRANCE
RTR1HVZ0
September 30, 2006
Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs his heat against Australia's Tom Whitaker...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world surfing champion Irons of the U.S. surfs during the quarter-finals of the Quiksilver...
Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs his heat against Australia's Tom Whitaker during the quarter-finals of the Quiksilver Pro France, which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor in the south west coast of France, September 30, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (FRANCE)
FRANCE
RTR1HVWQ
September 30, 2006
Australia's Joel Parkinson surfs his heat against Andy Irons of the U.S. during the semi-finals of the...
Hossegor, France
Australia's Parkinson surfs during the semi-finals of the Quiksilver Pro France at Hossegor
Australia's Joel Parkinson surfs his heat against Andy Irons of the U.S. during the semi-finals of the Quiksilver Pro France, which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor, in the south west coast of France, September 30, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (FRANCE)
SPORT SURFING
RTR1HUWC
September 29, 2006
Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs his heat against Australia's Adrian Bucham...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world surfing champion Irons of the US surfs during the third round of the Quiksilver Pro...
Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs his heat against Australia's Adrian Bucham during the third round of the Quiksilver Pro France, which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor on the southwest coast of France September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (FRANCE)
SPORT SURFING
RTR1HUVX
September 29, 2006
Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs his heat against Australia's Adrian Bucham...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world surfing champion Irons of the US surfs during the third round of the Quiksilver Pro...
Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs his heat against Australia's Adrian Bucham during the third round of the Quiksilver Pro France, which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor on the southwest coast of France September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (FRANCE)
SPORT SURFING
RTR18XIA
November 01, 2005
Three-time world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii competes in the Nova Schin Festival which is part of...
Imbituba, Brazil
Three-time world champion Irons from Hawaii competes in the Nova Schin Festival surfing tournament in...
Three-time world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii competes in the Nova Schin Festival which is part of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing on Vila beach in Imbituba, in southern Brazil, November 1, 2005. The Nova Schin Festival is the 10th of 11 events on the 2005 ASP Men's World Tour. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR18XEW
November 01, 2005
Three-time world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii competes in the Nova Schin Festival which is part of...
Imbituba, Brazil
Three-time world champion Irons from Hawaii competes in the Nova Schin Festival surfing tournament in...
Three-time world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii competes in the Nova Schin Festival which is part of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing on Vila beach in Imbituba, in southern Brazil, November 1, 2005. The Nova Schin Festival is the 10th of 11 events on the 2005 ASP Men's World Tour. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR18WJF
October 31, 2005
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater (L) of the U.S. poses with fans after a warm-up session for the...
Florianopolis, Brazil
Six-time world champion Slater of the US poses with fans after a warm-up session in Florianopolis
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater (L) of the U.S. poses with fans after a warm-up session for the Nova Schin Festival, which is part of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, on Joaquina beach in Florianopolis, southern Brazil, October 31, 2005. Considered by many to be the greatest surfer in the history of the sport, Slater made a comeback to professional surfing in 2002 after a three-year retirement. Losing two consecutive title bids to reigning world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii in 2003/2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR18WJA
October 31, 2005
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater of the U.S. surfs a wave during a training session for the Nova...
Florianopolis, Brazil
Six-time world champion Slater of the US surfs a wave during a training session in Florianopolis
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater of the U.S. surfs a wave during a training session for the Nova Schin Festival, which is part of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, on Joaquina beach in Florianopolis, southern Brazil, October 31, 2005. Considered by many to be the greatest surfer in the history of the sport, Slater made a comeback to professional surfing in 2002 after a three-year retirement. Losing two consecutive title bids to reigning world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii in 2003/2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR18WB3
October 31, 2005
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater (R) of the U.S. leaves a news conference in the Nova Schin Festival...
Florianopolis, Brazil
Six-time world champion Slater of the US leaves a news conference in Florianopolis
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater (R) of the U.S. leaves a news conference in the Nova Schin Festival which is part of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing on Joaquina beach in Florianopolis, in southern Brazil October 31, 2005. Considered by many to be the greatest surfer in the history of the sport, Slater made a comeback to professional surfing in 2002 after a three-year retirement. Losing two consecutive title bids to reigning world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii in 2003/2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR18WAS
October 31, 2005
Brazilian surfer Teco Padaratz (R) shows a trophy to six-time world champion Kelly Slater of the U.S....
Florianopolis, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Padaratz shows a trophy to six-time world champion Slater of the US in Florianopolis...
Brazilian surfer Teco Padaratz (R) shows a trophy to six-time world champion Kelly Slater of the U.S. before a news conference in the Nova Schin Festival which is part of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing on Joaquina beach in Florianopolis, in southern Brazil October 31, 2005. Considered by many to be the greatest surfer in the history of the sport, Slater made a comeback to professional surfing in 2002 after a three-year retirement. Losing two consecutive title bids to reigning world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii in 2003/2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR18W82
October 31, 2005
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater (L) of the U.S. talks with three-time world champion Andy Irons...
Florianopolis, Brazil
Six-time world champion Slater of the US talks with three-time world champion Irons dring a news conference...
Six-time world champion Kelly Slater (L) of the U.S. talks with three-time world champion Andy Irons from Hawaii during a news conference in the Nova Schin Festival, which is part of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, on Joaquina beach in Florianopolis, southern Brazil, October 31, 2005. The Nova Schin Festival is the tenth of 11 events on the 2005 ASP Men's World Tour. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
IRONS
RTXNTIP
September 30, 2005
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against [compatriot and brother Bruce...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against [compatriot and brother B.....
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against [compatriot and brother Bruce Irons] during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor in the south west coast of France September 30, 2005. [Andy defeated Bruce and advanced to the semi-final.]
FRANCE
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September 30, 2005
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot...
Hossegor, France
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the US surfs during the quarter finals...
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot and brother Bruce Irons during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor in the south west coast of France September 30, 2005. Andy defeated Bruce and advanced to the semi-final. REUTERS/Victor Fraile PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2005
SPORT
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September 30, 2005
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot and brother Bruce...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the US surfs during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro...
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot and brother Bruce Irons during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor in the south west coast of France September 30, 2005. Andy defeated Bruce and advanced to the semi-final. REUTERS/Victor Fraile PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2005 Also see image: GF1DUDNQDEAA
SPORT
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September 30, 2005
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot and brother Bruce...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the US surfs during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro...
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot and brother Bruce Irons during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor in the south west coast of France September 30, 2005. Andy defeated Bruce and advanced to the semi-final. REUTERS/Victor Fraile
FRANCE SPORT SURFING
RTR11JJ0
September 30, 2005
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. celebrates after winning the Quiksilver Pro France surfing...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of US celebrates after winning Quiksilver Pro France
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. celebrates after winning the Quiksilver Pro France surfing tournament at Hossegor in the southwestern coast of France September 30, 2005. The Quiksilver Pro France is the ninth of 12 events on the 2005 Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Men's World Tour. REUTERS/Victor Fraile
SPORT
RTR11JFD
September 30, 2005
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot and brother Bruce...
Hossegor, France
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the US surfs during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro...
Three-time world champion Andy Irons of the U.S. surfs in his heat against compatriot and brother Bruce Irons during the quarter finals of the Quiksilver Pro which is part of the ASP Men's World Champion Tour of Surfing, at Hossegor in the south west coast of France September 30, 2005. Andy defeated Bruce and advanced to the semi-final. REUTERS/Victor Fraile
PIPELINE MASTERS
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December 19, 2004
Jamie O'Brien of Hawaii reacts with his first place win December 19, 2004 at the Pipeline Masters at...
Sunset Beach, UNITED STATES
O'Brian of Hawaii wins most prestigious surfing event in the world as a wild card entry.
Jamie O'Brien of Hawaii reacts with his first place win December 19, 2004 at the Pipeline Masters at Ehukai Beach Park, better known as the Banzai Pipeline, in Sunset Beach in Hawaii. Robb was a wild card entrance in the match beating world champion Andy Irons in the finals and knocking out six-time world champion Kelly Slater in the semi-finals. The Pipeline Masters is the final match in the Triple Crown of Surfing and one of the most famous surfing events in the world. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP
CP
RTRZOR9
December 03, 2004
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii carries his broken board at the 30th annual World Cup...
Sunset Beach, UNITED STATES
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii carries his broken board at the 30th annual World Cup...
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii carries his broken board at the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii. Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii carries his broken board at the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii, December 3, 2004. Andy Irons of Hawaii won the event ahead of Australia's second placed Mark Occhilupo and third placed Frederick Patacchia of Hawaii. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni
CP
RTRZOR3
December 03, 2004
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on...
Sunset Beach
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on...
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii. Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the quarter final of the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii, December 3, 2004. Andy Irons of Hawaii won the event ahead of Australia's second placed Mark Occhilupo and third placed Frederick Patacchia of Hawaii. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni
CP
RTRZOQ8
December 03, 2004
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the final heat at the 30th annual World...
Sunset Beach, UNITED STATES
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the final heat at the 30th annual World...
Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the final heat at the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii. Three times world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii surfs during the final heat at the 30th annual World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii, December 3, 2004. Andy Irons of Hawaii won the event ahead of Australia's second placed Mark Occhilupo and third placed Frederick Patacchia of Hawaii. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni
CP
RTRZOQ4
December 03, 2004
Australia's Phillip MacDonald surfs in the semi-finals of the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset...
Sunset Beach
Australia's Phillip MacDonald surfs in the semi-finals of the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset...
Australia's Phillip MacDonald surfs in the semi-finals of the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii. Australia's Phillip MacDonald surfs in the semi-finals of the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii, December 3, 2004. Andy Irons of Hawaii won the event ahead of Australia's second placed Mark Occhilupo and third placed Frederick Patacchia of Hawaii. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni
CP
RTRZOPF
December 03, 2004
Andy Irons of Hawaii holds up the winners trophy for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach,...
Sunset Beach
Andy Irons of Hawaii holds up the winners trophy for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach,...
Andy Irons of Hawaii holds up the winners trophy for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii. Three time world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii (L) holds the winners trophy beside (from 2nd-L to R) Australia's second placed Mark Occhilupo, third placed Frederick Patacchia of Hawaii and fourth placed Australian Joel Parkinson at the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii, December 3, 2004. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni
CP
RTRZOPA
December 03, 2004
Andy Irons of Hawaii holds up the winners trophy for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach,...
Sunset Beach
Andy Irons of Hawaii holds up the winners trophy for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach,...
Andy Irons of Hawaii holds up the winners trophy for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii. Three time world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii holds the winners trophy for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on Sunset Beach, Hawaii, December 3, 2004. Irons won the event ahead of Australia's second placed Mark Occhilupo and third placed Frederick Patacchia of Hawaii. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni
WAIMEA BAY
RTRZNOF
December 02, 2004
Some of the twenty-five big wave surfers participating in the opening ceremony and hawaiian blessing...
Waimea Bay, UNITED STATES
2Oth Anniversary Big Wave Competition in Hawaii opening ceremony on North Shore.
Some of the twenty-five big wave surfers participating in the opening ceremony and hawaiian blessing for the 20th Anniversay Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational at Waimea Bay on to the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, December 2, 2004. The select group of some of the most accomplished big wave riders from around the world, including surfing champions Kelly Slater and Andy Irons will compete when waves are 30-feet or higher for the one-day contest. The 6-story high waves must be surfed without the tow-in assistance of jet-skis. The competition is named in honor of Eddie Aikau, a North Shore lifeguard who died attempting to save his friends. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni EDDIE AIKAU
SPORT SURFING
RTRZNHM
December 02, 2004
Andy Irons of Kauai, Hawaii, current world champion, surfs first in his heat advancing in the O'Neill...
Sunset Beach, UNITED STATES
Andy Irons of Kauai, Hawaii, surfs first in his heat advancing in the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing.
Andy Irons of Kauai, Hawaii, current world champion, surfs first in his heat advancing in the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing on the famous shores of Sunset Beach, Hawaii, December 2, 2004. The O'Neill World Cup is the second jewel in the prestigious Triple Crown of Surfing taking place this month on the North Shore of Oahu. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni LP/MR
CANADA
RTRDW8W
October 21, 2004
An unidentified man sits on the edge of the Iron Workers Bridge (top) in Vancouver as police try to talk...
Vancouver, Canada
Combination photo of man on a Vancouver bridge that caused traffic chaos in the west coast city.
An unidentified man sits on the edge of the Iron Workers Bridge (top) in Vancouver as police try to talk him off October 21, 2004. The man brought traffic to halt on the largest of two bridges that connect Vancouver's north and south shores, causing traffic mayhem on both shores. The man finally surrendered after about four hours. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
SPORT SPAIN
RTRYDDV
October 14, 2004
World champion U.S. surfer Andy Irons of Hawaii, rides a wave during the third round of the Billabong...
Mundaka, Spain
US surfer Irons rides a wave in northern Spain during an ASP World Championship event.
World champion U.S. surfer Andy Irons of Hawaii, rides a wave during the third round of the Billabong Pro surfing championship in Mundaka, northern Spain October 14, 2004. The Billabong Pro is one of eleven events on the 2004 ASP Men's World Championship Tour and features the some of the top surfers in world. REUTERS/Vincent West PH/GB
SPORT SPAIN
RTRYDCU
October 14, 2004
World champion U.S. surfer Andy Irons of Hawaii, rides a wave during the third round of the Billabong...
Mundaka, Spain
US surfer Irons rides a wave in northern Spain during an ASP World Championship event.
World champion U.S. surfer Andy Irons of Hawaii, rides a wave during the third round of the Billabong Pro surfing championship in Mundaka, northern Spain October 14, 2004. The Billabong Pro is one of eleven events on the 2004 ASP Men's World Championship Tour and features the some of the top surfers in world. REUTERS/Vincent West PH/ABP
AUSTRALIA SURFING SEXES
RTRUQYF
March 26, 2004
BEDE DURBIDGE OF AUSTRALIA ON WAY TO BEATING WORLD CHAMPIONS DURING ENERGYAUSTRALIA OPEN SURFING CONTEST...
Newcastle, Australia
BEDE DURBIDGE OF AUSTRALIA ON WAY TO BEATING WORLD CHAMPIONS DURING ENERGYAUSTRALIA OPEN SURFING ...
BEDE DURBIDGE OF AUSTRALIA ON WAY TO BEATING WORLD CHAMPIONS DURING ENERGYAUSTRALIA OPEN SURFING CONTEST IN NEWCASTLE. Bede Durbidge of Queensland in Australia surf on the way to beating six-time world women's surfing champion Layne Beachley of Sydney and two-time and current men's surfing world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii in a heat at the EnergyAustralia Open in Newcastle, north of Sydney March 26, 2004. The anticipated battle of the sexes between the two champions was a wipe out when Beachley finished last and Irons finished second last. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA SURFING SEXES
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March 26, 2004
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS OF HAWAII PUTS ON CONTEST SHIRT AT THE ENERGY AUSTRALIA SURFING...
Newcastle, Australia
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS OF HAWAII PUTS ON CONTEST SHIRT AT THE ENERGY AUSTRALIA ...
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS OF HAWAII PUTS ON CONTEST SHIRT AT THE ENERGY AUSTRALIA SURFING CONTEST IN NEWCASTLE. Two-time and current world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii puts on his contest shirt before competing against six-time world women's surfing champion Layne Beachley of Australia at the EnergyAustralia Open in Newcastle, north of Sydney March 26, 2004. The anticipated battle of the sexes was a wipeout as both champions finished second last and last respectively. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA SURFING SEXES
RTRUQWH
March 26, 2004
WORLD WOMEN'S SURFING CHAMPION LAYNE BEACHLEY REACTS AS HER CONTEST SHIRT IS FASTENED AT THE ENERGYAUSTRALIA...
Newcastle, Australia
WORLD WOMEN'S SURFING CHAMPION LAYNE BEACHLEY REACTS AS HER CONTEST SHIRT IS FASTENED AT THE ...
WORLD WOMEN'S SURFING CHAMPION LAYNE BEACHLEY REACTS AS HER CONTEST SHIRT IS FASTENED AT THE ENERGYAUSTRALIA SURFING CONTEST IN NEWCASTLE. Six-time world women's surfing champion Layne Beachley of Australia reacts as her competition shirt is secured before competing against two-time and current world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii at the EnergyAustralia Open in Newcastle, north of Sydney March 26, 2004. The anticipated battle of the sexes was a wipeout as both champions finished last and second last respectively. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA SURFING SEXES
RTRUQVD
March 26, 2004
WORLD WOMEN'S SURFING CHAMPION LAYNE BEACHLEY AND MEN'S CHAMPION ANDY IRONS CHAT IN WATER BEFORE BOTH...
Newcastle, Australia
WORLD WOMEN'S SURFING CHAMPION LAYNE BEACHLEY AND MEN'S CHAMPION ANDY IRONS CHAT IN WATER BEFORE ...
WORLD WOMEN'S SURFING CHAMPION LAYNE BEACHLEY AND MEN'S CHAMPION ANDY IRONS CHAT IN WATER BEFORE BOTH LOSING AT THE ENERGYAUSTRALIA OPEN CONTEST IN NEWCASTLE. Six-time world women's champion Layne Beachley of Sydney (R) chats with two-time and current men's world champion Andy Irons of Hawaii (L) before the start of their heat in the EnergyAustralia Open in Newcastle, north of Sydney March 26, 2004. The anticipated b attle of the sexes was a wipe out when Beachley finished last and Irons finished second. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA SURFING SEXES
RTRUQUY
March 26, 2004
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS FLIES THROUGH THE AIR AS HE LOSES IN ROUND ONE OF SURFING CONTEST...
Newcastle, Australia
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS FLIES THROUGH THE AIR AS HE LOSES IN ROUND ONE OF SURFING ......
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS FLIES THROUGH THE AIR AS HE LOSES IN ROUND ONE OF SURFING CONTEST IN NEWCASTLE. Andy Irons of Hawaii flies through the air before landing this manouevre on the way to losing in the round of 64 of the EnergyAustralia Open in Newcastle, north of Sydney March 26, 2004. The anticipated clash between two-time and current world men's champion Irons and six-time world women's champion Layne Beachley of Australia ended in a wipeout when both champions finished second last and last respectively. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA SURFING SEXES
RTRUQUS
March 26, 2004
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS FLIES THROUGH THE AIR AS HE LOSES IN ROUND ONE OF SURFING CONTEST...
Newcastle, Australia
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS FLIES THROUGH THE AIR AS HE LOSES IN ROUND ONE OF SURFING ......
WORLD MEN'S SURFING CHAMPION ANDY IRONS FLIES THROUGH THE AIR AS HE LOSES IN ROUND ONE OF SURFING CONTEST IN NEWCASTLE. Andy Irons of Hawaii flies through the air as he falls from his board on the way to losing in round one of the EnergyAustralia Open in Newcastle, north of Sydney March 26, 2004. The anticipated clash between tow-time and current world men's champion Irons and six-time world women's champion Layne Beachley ended in a wipeout when both champions were eliminated in the first round. REUTERS/Will Burgess
SPORT SURF
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December 19, 2003
Andy Irons of the U.S. raises his arms after being named as overall winner of the Vans Triple Crown of...
Sunset Beach, United States of America
ANDY IRONS CAPTURES TRIPLE CROWN OF SURFING IN HAWAII.
Andy Irons of the U.S. raises his arms after being named as overall winner of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing at the Banzi Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii December 19, 2003. Phillip MacDonald of Australia (far L) took third, Joel Parkinson (2nd L) of Australia placed second and Kelly Slater of Cocoa Beach, Florida took fourth place. The Pipeline Masters ends the prestigious Triple Crown series of competitions which ranked Irons the top male surfer, ending the tight race for first placed with Kelly Slater. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni RCS
UNITED STATES
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December 01, 2000
American Andy Irons surfs during the Rip Curl Cup at the Sunset Beach on the North Shore of Oahu December...
Oahu, United States of America
AMERICAN ANDY IRONS IN ACTION DURING RIP CURL CUP AT SUNSET BEACH IN HAWAII.
American Andy Irons surfs during the Rip Curl Cup at the Sunset Beach on the North Shore of Oahu December 1, 2000. Irons advanced to the round of 64 surfers where he takes on Australian Taj Burrow, and Americans Brian Pacheco and Mark Bannister.

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UNITED STATES
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December 01, 2000
American Andy Irons surfs during the Rip Curl Cup at the Sunset Beach on the North Shore of Oahu December...
Sunset Beach, United States of America
AMERICAN ANDY IRONS IN ACTION DURING RIP CURL CUP IN SUNSET BEACH IN HAWAII.
American Andy Irons surfs during the Rip Curl Cup at the Sunset Beach on the North Shore of Oahu December 1, 2000. Irons advanced to the next round of 64 surfers taking on Australian Taj Burrow, American Brian Pacheco and Mark Bannister.

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SPORT SURFING
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September 12, 2000
Hawaiian Andy Irons rides a wave during the Figueira Pro in Figueira da Foz, Portugal September 12, 2000....
Figueira Da Foz, Portugal
HAWAIIAN ANDY IRONS RIDES A WAVE DURING FIGUEIRA PRO.
Hawaiian Andy Irons rides a wave during the Figueira Pro in Figueira da Foz, Portugal September 12, 2000. Irons relegated current Association of Surfing Professionals world champion Australian Mark Occhilupo and Damien Hobgood from the U.S. to the losers round of the Figueira Pro by posting the second highest heat score of the day with 23.75 out of a possible 30 points and advanced to round three.

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