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CYCLING-BELGIUM/
RTR2D364
April 21, 2010
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts after falling during the Fleche Wallonne...
Huy, Belgium
BMC Racing team rider Kroon of the Netherlands reacts after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling...
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy April 21, 2010. BMC Racing team rider Cadel Evans of Australia won the 198-km race ahead of second-placed Katusha team rider Joaquim Rodriguez of Spain and third-placed Astana team rider Alberto Contador of Spain. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-BELGIUM/
RTR2D35Y
April 21, 2010
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts after falling during the Fleche Wallonne...
Huy, Belgium
BMC Racing team rider Kroon of the Netherlands reacts after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling...
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy April 21, 2010. BMC Racing team rider Cadel Evans of Australia won the 198-km race ahead of second-placed Katusha team rider Joaquim Rodriguez of Spain and third-placed Astana team rider Alberto Contador of Spain. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT CYCLING IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CYCLING-BELGIUM/
RTR2D35Q
April 21, 2010
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon (C) of the Netherlands and unidentified riders sit on the ground...
Huy, Belgium
BMC Racing team rider Kroon of the Netherlands and unidentified riders sit on the ground after falling...
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon (C) of the Netherlands and unidentified riders sit on the ground after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy April 21, 2010. BMC Racing team rider Cadel Evans of Australia won the 198-km race ahead of second-placed Katusha team rider Joaquim Rodriguez of Spain and third-placed Astana team rider Alberto Contador of Spain. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-BELGIUM/
RTR2D35K
April 21, 2010
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon (R) of the Netherlands and an unidentified rider sit on the on the...
Huy, Belgium
BMC Racing team rider Kroon of the Netherlands and an unidentified rider sit on the on the ground after...
BMC Racing team rider Karsten Kroon (R) of the Netherlands and an unidentified rider sit on the on the ground after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy April 21, 2010. BMC Racing team rider Cadel Evans of Australia won the 198-km race ahead of second-placed Katusha team rider Joaquim Rodriguez of Spain and third-placed Astana team rider Alberto Contador of Spain. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
VALVERDE
RTXOI5X
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race.....
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race [ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez who took the second place and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took third.]
VALVERDE
RTXOI5W
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race.....
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race [ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez who took the second place and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took third.]
SPORT CYCLING
RTR1CQAO
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain celebrates his victory on the podium of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde celebrates his victory in Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain celebrates his victory on the podium of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez who took the second place and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING FLECHE
RTR1CQAD
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (C) climbs the wall of Huy behind compatriot David Etxebarria (L) in the...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain climbs the wall of Huy to win the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (C) climbs the wall of Huy behind compatriot David Etxebarria (L) in the last metres of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the Fleche Wallone on Wednesday, his first Classic win. Second was Spaniard Samuel Sanchez and third Dutchman Karsten Kroon. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CQAC
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain celebrates as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain celebrates as he crosses finish line of Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain celebrates as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez who took the second place and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLWP
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (L) competes to win the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde wins Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (L) competes to win the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez (R) who took the second place and Karsten Kroon (C) of the Netherlands who placed third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLWO
April 19, 2006
Oscar Freire of Spain leads the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy in eastern Belgium...
Huy, Belgium
Freire of Spain leads the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy
Oscar Freire of Spain leads the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy in eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez, second and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLWL
April 19, 2006
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (L) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between...
Huy, Belgium
Moos of Switzerland and Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy...
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (L) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy in eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez, second and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLWI
April 19, 2006
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (R) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between...
Huy, Belgium
Moos of Switzerland and Freire of Spain lead Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (R) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy in eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez, second and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING
RTR1CLWH
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde (C) of Spain celebrates his victory on the podium of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde celebrates his victory in Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde (C) of Spain celebrates his victory on the podium of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez (L) who took the second place and Karsten Kroon (R) of the Netherlands who took third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLWG
April 19, 2006
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (R) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between...
Huy, Belgium
Moos of Switzerland and Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy...
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (R) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy in eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez, second and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLWC
April 19, 2006
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (L) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between...
Huy, Belgium
Moos of Switzerland and Freire of Spain lead Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (L) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy in eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez, second and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLWB
April 19, 2006
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (L) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between...
Huy, Belgium
Moos of Switzerland and Freire of Spain lead Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy
Alexandre Moos of Switzerland (L) and Oscar Freire of Spain lead the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy in eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez, second and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING FLECHE
RTR1CLW2
April 19, 2006
Cyclists ride through the hills during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy, eastern...
Huy, Belgium
Cyclists ride through hills during Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy
Cyclists ride through the hills during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race between Charleroi and Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez, who came in second and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SPORT CYCLING
RTR1CLVZ
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (L) reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses finish line of Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (L) reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez (R) who took the second place and Karsten Kroon (C) of the Netherlands who took third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING
RTR1CLVS
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (C) reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallone cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses finish line of Fleche Wallone cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (C) reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallone cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez who took the second place and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLVL
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses finish line of Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez who took the second place and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLVJ
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain celebrates as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain celebrates as he crosses finish line of Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain celebrates as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez who took the second place and Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands who took third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING BELGIUM
RTR1CLVA
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (R) reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain crosses finish line of Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain (R) reacts as he crosses the finish line of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the race ahead of compatriot Samuel Sanchez (2nd L) and Karsten Kroon (L) of the Netherlands who took the third place. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPORT CYCLING FLECHE
RTR1CLUT
April 19, 2006
Alejandro Valverde of Spain climbs the wall of Huy in the last metres of the Fleche Wallonne cycling...
Huy, Belgium
Valverde of Spain climbs the wall of Huy to win the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy
Alejandro Valverde of Spain climbs the wall of Huy in the last metres of the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, eastern Belgium April 19, 2006. Valverde won the Fleche Wallone on Wednesday, his first Classic win. Second was Spaniard Samuel Sanchez and third Dutchman Karsten Kroon. REUTERS/Yves Herman
KROON
RTXNM2Y
July 07, 2005
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands wears the best climbers's jersey on the podium after...
Nancy, France
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands wears the best climbers's jersey on the podium .....
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands wears the best climbers's jersey on the podium after the 199km (123 miles) sixth stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race between Troyes and Nancy, July 7, 2005. [Fassa Bartolo team rider Lorenzo Bernucci of Italy won the stage.]
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXHFW
July 07, 2005
Rabobank team rider Kroon of the Netherlands wears the best climbers's jersey on the podium after the...
Nancy, France
Rabobank team rider Kroon of the Netherlands wears the best climbers's jersey on the podium after ......
Rabobank team rider Kroon of the Netherlands wears the best climbers's jersey on the podium after the sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race. Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands wears the best climbers's jersey on the podium after the 199km (123 miles) sixth stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race between Troyes and Nancy, July 7, 2005. Fassa Bartolo team rider Lorenzo Bernucci of Italy won the stage. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
MOREAU
RTXLF01
July 14, 2002
Credit agricole team rider Christophe Moreau of France kises his girlfriend Emilie after the arrival...
Poluay, France
Credit agricole team rider Christophe Moreau of France kises his girlfriend Emilie after the arrival.....
Credit agricole team rider Christophe Moreau of France kises his girlfriend Emilie after the arrival of the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage and Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retained the race leader's jersey.]
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXLF00
July 14, 2002
US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong of the USA leads the pack of riders during the 217,5km eighth stage...
Poluay, France
US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong of the USA leads the pack of riders during the 217,5km eighth s.....
US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong of the USA leads the pack of riders during the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage and Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retained the race leader's jersey.]
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXLEZZ
July 14, 2002
The pack of riders makes its way past a church in Rohan village during the 217,5km eighth stage of the...
Poluay, France
The pack of riders makes its way past a church in Rohan village during the 217,5km eighth stage of .....
The pack of riders makes its way past a church in Rohan village during the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage and Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retained the race leader's jersey.]
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXLEZY
July 14, 2002
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain leads the pack of riders during the 217,5km eighth stage...
Poluay, France
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain leads the pack of riders during the 217,5km eighth s.....
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain leads the pack of riders during the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage.]
GALDEANO
RTXLEZX
July 14, 2002
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain celebrates his race Leader's yeloow jersey on the podium...
Poluay, France
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain celebrates his race Leader's yeloow jersey on the po.....
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain celebrates his race Leader's yeloow jersey on the podium of the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage.]
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXLEZW
July 14, 2002
Domo team rider Servais Knaven of the Netherlands (L) sprints sprints ahead of compatriot Rabobank team...
Plouay, France
Domo team rider Servais Knaven of the Netherlands (L) sprints sprints ahead of compatriot Rabobank t.....
Domo team rider Servais Knaven of the Netherlands (L) sprints sprints ahead of compatriot Rabobank team rider Erik Dekker to take second place in the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage and Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the race leader's yellow jersey. Dekker took the third place.]
KROON
RTXLEZV
July 14, 2002
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the podium after his victory in the 217,5km...
Poluay, France
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the podium after his victory in the 2.....
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the podium after his victory in the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the race leader's yellow jersey.]
KROON
RTXLEZU
July 14, 2002
- COMBO PHOTO - Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the podium after his victory...
Poluay, France
- COMBO PHOTO - Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the podium after his .....
- COMBO PHOTO - Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the podium after his victory in the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the race leader's yellow jersey.]
KROON
RTXLEZH
July 14, 2002
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands celebrates his victory on the podium of the 217,5km...
Poluay, France
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands celebrates his victory on the podium of the 217.....
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands celebrates his victory on the podium of the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. [Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the race leader's yellow jersey.]
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXIAQ
July 14, 2002
US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong of the USA leads the pack of
riders during the 217,5km eighth stage...
Poluay, France
US POSTAL TEAM RIDER ARMSTRONG OF THE USA LEADS PACK OF RIDERS DURING
EIGHTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE....
US Postal team rider Lance Armstrong of the USA leads the pack of
riders during the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France
cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002.
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage and
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retained the race
leader's jersey. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

JNA/cmc
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXIAL
July 14, 2002
CREDIT AGRICOLE TEAM RIDER CHRISTOPHE MOREAU OF FRANCE KISSES HIS
GIRLFRIEND EMILIE AFTER THE ARRIVAL...
Poluay, France
CREDIT AGRICOLE TEAM RIDER CHRISTOPHE MOREAU OF FRANCE KISSES HIS
GIRLFRIEND EMILIE AFTER THE ...
CREDIT AGRICOLE TEAM RIDER CHRISTOPHE MOREAU OF FRANCE KISSES HIS
GIRLFRIEND EMILIE AFTER THE ARRIVAL OF THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE
FRANCE.


Credit agricole team rider Christophe Moreau of France kisses his
girlfriend Emilie after the arrival of the 217,5km eighth stage of the
89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to
Plouay July 14, 2002. Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the
Netherlands won the stage and Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of
Spain retained the race leader's jersey. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXIAC
July 14, 2002
THE PACK OF RIDERS MAKES ITS WAY PAST A ROHAN VILLAGE CHURCH DURING THE
EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE...
Poluay, France
THE PACK OF RIDERS MAKES ITS WAY PAST A ROHAN VILLAGE CHURCH DURING THE
EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE...
THE PACK OF RIDERS MAKES ITS WAY PAST A ROHAN VILLAGE CHURCH DURING THE
EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.


The pack of riders makes its way past a church in Rohan village during
the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling race from
Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. Rabobank team rider
Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage and Once team rider Igor
Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retained the race leader's jersey.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXI9X
July 14, 2002
ONCE TEAM RIDER IGOR GONZALEZ GALDEANO OF SPAIN LEADS THE PACK OF
RIDERS DURING THE EIGHTH STAGE OF...
Poluay, France
ONCE TEAM RIDER IGOR GONZALEZ GALDEANO OF SPAIN LEADS THE PACK OF
RIDERS DURING THE EIGHTH STAGE OF...
ONCE TEAM RIDER IGOR GONZALEZ GALDEANO OF SPAIN LEADS THE PACK OF
RIDERS DURING THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.


Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain leads the pack of
riders during the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France
cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002.
Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage.
REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXI9U
July 14, 2002
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain celebrates his race
Leader's yellow jersey on the podium...
Poluay, France
ONCE TEAM RIDER GONZALEZ GALDEANO OF SPAIN CELEBRATES EIGHTH STAGE OF
TOUR DE FRANCE.
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain celebrates his race
Leader's yellow jersey on the podium of the 217,5km eighth stage of the
89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to
Plouay July 14, 2002. Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the
Netherlands won the stage. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

JNA/cmc
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXI92
July 14, 2002
DOMO TEAM RIDER SERVAIS KNAVEN OF THE NETHERLANDS SPRINTS TO TAKE
SECOND PLACE IN EIGHTH STAGE OF TOUR...
Plouay, France
DOMO TEAM RIDER SERVAIS KNAVEN OF THE NETHERLANDS SPRINTS TO TAKE
SECOND PLACE IN EIGHTH STAGE OF ......
DOMO TEAM RIDER SERVAIS KNAVEN OF THE NETHERLANDS SPRINTS TO TAKE
SECOND PLACE IN EIGHTH STAGE OF TOUR DE FRANCE.


Domo team rider Servais Knaven of the Netherlands (L) sprints sprints
ahead of compatriot Rabobank team rider Erik Dekker to take second
place in the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France cycling
race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002. Rabobank
team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands won the stage and Once team
rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the race leader's yellow
jersey. Dekker took the third place. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXI8X
July 14, 2002
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Poluay, France
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE ......
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the
podium after his victory in the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour
de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July
14, 2002. Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the
race leader's yellow jersey. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXI8S
July 14, 2002
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano (C) of Spain surrounded by his
team mates leads the pack of riders...
Plouay, France
IGOR GONZALEZ GALDEANO LEADS PACK DURING EIGHTH STAGE OF TOUR DE
FRANCE.
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano (C) of Spain surrounded by his
team mates leads the pack of riders during the 217,5km eighth stage of
the 89th Tour de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to
Plouay July 14, 2002. Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the
Netherlands won the stage and Igor Gonzalez Galdeano retains the race
leader's yellow jersey. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

JNA/CMC
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXI8N
July 14, 2002
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Poluay, France
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE ......
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands reacts on the
podium after his victory in the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour
de France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July
14, 2002. Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the
race leader's yellow jersey. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXI8J
July 14, 2002
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Poluay, France
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE ......
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS CELEBRATES AS HE
WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands celebrates his
victory on the podium of the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de
France cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14,
2002. Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the race
leader's yellow jersey. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
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July 14, 2002
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS ON HIS WAY TO WIN
THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Poluay, France
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS ON HIS WAY TO WIN
THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR...
RABOBANK TEAM RIDER KARSTEN KROON OF THE NETHERLANDS ON HIS WAY TO WIN
THE EIGHTH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


Rabobank team rider Karsten Kroon of the Netherlands in action on his
way to win in the 217,5km eighth stage of the 89th Tour de France
cycling race from Saint-Martin-de-Landelles to Plouay July 14, 2002.
Once team rider Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain retains the race
leader's yellow jersey. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
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