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February 09, 2010
RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - REISSUE. Preview of the Rally of Sweden from February 11-14, detailing the special...
Karlstad, Sweden
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RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - REISSUE. Preview of the Rally of Sweden from February 11-14, detailing the special stages from each of the three legs, list of course statistics and locator map. RNGS. (SIN04)
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February 09, 2010
RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - REISSUE. Preview of the Rally of Sweden from February 11-14, detailing the special...
Karlstad, Sweden
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RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - REISSUE. Preview of the Rally of Sweden from February 11-14, detailing the special stages from each of the three legs, list of course statistics and locator map. RNGS. (SIN04)
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February 03, 2010
RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - Preview of the Swedish rally from February 11-14, with maps detailing the special...
Karlstad, Sweden
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RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - Preview of the Swedish rally from February 11-14, with maps detailing the special stages from each of the three legs, course statistics and locator map. RNGS. (SIN05)
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February 03, 2010
RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - Preview of the Swedish rally from February 11-14, with maps detailing the special...
Karlstad, Sweden
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RALLYING-SWEDEN/ - Preview of the Swedish rally from February 11-14, with maps detailing the special stages from each of the three legs, course statistics and locator map. RNGS. (SIN05)
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February 11, 2007
Sebastien Loeb (R) of France and his co-driver Daniel Elena of Monaco wave on the podium next to their...
Karlstad, Sweden
Loeb of France and co-driver Elena of Monaco wave on the podium next to their Citroen after finishing...
Sebastien Loeb (R) of France and his co-driver Daniel Elena of Monaco wave on the podium next to their Citroen after finishing second in the Swedish WRC Rally in Karlstad February 11, 2007. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
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RTR1M9XU
February 11, 2007
Marcus Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford Focus RS WRC during day four in the Swedish WRC Rally in Karlstad...
Karlstad, Sweden
Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford Focus RS WRC during day four in Swedish WRC Rally in Karlstad
Marcus Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford Focus RS WRC during day four in the Swedish WRC Rally in Karlstad February 11, 2007. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
RALLYING-SWEDEN/
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February 11, 2007
Marcus Gronholm (R) of Finland and his co-driver Timo Rautiainen stand on their Ford Focus RS as they...
Karlstad, Sweden
Gronholm of Finland and his co-driver Rautiainen stand on their Ford Focus RS as they celebrate victory...
Marcus Gronholm (R) of Finland and his co-driver Timo Rautiainen stand on their Ford Focus RS as they celebrate their victory in the Swedish WRC Rally in Karlstad February 11, 2007. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
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February 09, 2007
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007....
Karlstad, Sweden
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru during the first day of the Swedish Rally
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
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February 09, 2007
Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007....
Karlstad, Sweden
Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen during the first day of the Swedish Rally
Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
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RTR1M6BX
February 09, 2007
Toni Gardemeister of Finland drives his Mitsubishi during the first day of the Swedish Rally February...
Karlstad, Sweden
Toni Gardemeister of Finland drives his Mitsubishi during the first day of the Swedish Rally
Toni Gardemeister of Finland drives his Mitsubishi during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Bertil Ericson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
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RTR1M6BP
February 09, 2007
Henning Solberg of Norway drives his Ford during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007....
Karlstad, Sweden
Henning Solberg of Norway drives his Ford during the first day of the Swedish Rally
Henning Solberg of Norway drives his Ford during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Bertil Ericson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
RALLYING/
RTR1M6BG
February 09, 2007
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007....
Karlstad, Sweden
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru during the first day of the Swedish Rally
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Bertil Ericson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
RALLYING/
RTR1M6B8
February 09, 2007
Marcus Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007....
Karlstad, Sweden
Marcus Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford during the first day of the Swedish Rally
Marcus Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Bertil Ericson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
RALLYING/
RTR1M6B1
February 09, 2007
Dani Sordo of Spain drives his Citroen during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. ...
Karlstad, Sweden
Dani Sordo of Spain drives his Citroen during the first day of the Swedish Rally
Dani Sordo of Spain drives his Citroen during the first day of the Swedish Rally February 9, 2007. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Bertil Ericson/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
SPORT RALLYING SWEDEN
RTR15W6U
February 05, 2006
Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen on one of the special stages of the third leg of the Uddeholm...
Karlstad, Sweden
Loeb of France drives his Citroen during Uddeholm Swedish Rally in Vormland, Sweden
Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen on one of the special stages of the third leg of the Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the county of Vormland, Sweden February 5, 2006. Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland celebrated his 38th birthday by winning his fourth Swedish rally on Sunday, edging out world champion Loeb by 30.9 seconds. Loeb finished 2nd overall. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix
SPORT RALLYING SWEDEN
RTR15W6O
February 05, 2006
Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford on one of the special stages of the third leg of the...
Karlstad, Sweden
Ford's Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford during Uddeholm Swedish Rally in Vormland, Sweden
Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland drives his Ford on one of the special stages of the third leg of the Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the county of Vormland, Sweden February 5, 2006. Gronholm celebrated his 38th birthday by winning his fourth Swedish rally on Sunday, edging out world champion Sebastien Loeb by 30.9 seconds. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix
SPORT RALLYING SWEDEN
RTR15W6K
February 05, 2006
Daniel Carlsson of Sweden drives his Mitsubishi on one of the special stages of the third leg of the...
Karlstad, Sweden
Carlsson of Sweden drives his Mitsubishi during Uddeholm Swedish Rally in Vormland, Sweden
Daniel Carlsson of Sweden drives his Mitsubishi on one of the special stages of the third leg of the Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the county of Vormland, Sweden February 5, 2006. Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland celebrated his 38th birthday by winning his fourth Swedish rally on Sunday, edging out world champion Sebastien Loeb by 30.9 seconds. Carlsson finished 3rd overall. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix
SPORT RALLYING SWEDEN
RTR15W6A
February 05, 2006
Italy's Gigi Galli drives his Mitsubishi on one of the special stages of the third leg of the Uddeholm...
Karlstad, Sweden
Italy's Galli drives his Mitsubishi during Uddeholm Swedish Rally in Vormland, Sweden
Italy's Gigi Galli drives his Mitsubishi on one of the special stages of the third leg of the Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the county of Vormland, Sweden February 5, 2006. Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland celebrated his 38th birthday by winning his fourth Swedish rally on Sunday, edging out world champion Sebastien Loeb by 30.9 seconds. Galli finished 4th overall. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix
SPORT RALLYING SWEDEN
RTR15W4U
February 05, 2006
Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland (R) gestures after winning the Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the city of...
Karlstad, Sweden
Ford's Gronholm of Finland gestures after winning Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the city of Karlstad
Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland (R) gestures after winning the Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the city of Karlstad February 5, 2006. Gronholm celebrated his 38th birthday by winning his fourth Swedish rally on Sunday, edging out world champion Sebastien Loeb by 30.9 seconds. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix
SPORT RALLYING SWEDEN
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February 05, 2006
Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland (R) and co-driver Timo Rautainen (L) celebrate atop their Ford car...
Karlstad, Sweden
Ford's Gronholm of Finland and co-driver Rautainen celebrate atop their Ford car after winning Uddeholm...
Ford's Marcus Gronholm of Finland (R) and co-driver Timo Rautainen (L) celebrate atop their Ford car after winning the Uddeholm Swedish Rally in the city of Karlstad February 5, 2006. Gronholm celebrated his 38th birthday by winning his fourth Swedish rally on Sunday, edging out world champion Sebastien Loeb by 30.9 seconds. DENMARK OUT NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Micke Fransson/Scanpix
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8YK
May 07, 2002
Canadian forward Daniel Cleary (C), who plays for the Edmonton Oilers,
leans on his stick as team mates...
Karlstad, Sweden
CANADIAN PLAYERS LOOK ON AFTER LOSS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Daniel Cleary (C), who plays for the Edmonton Oilers,
leans on his stick as team mates James Patrick (R) and Dan McGillis
look on after losing to Slovakia in their quarter final match at the
World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 7,
2002. Slovakia won 3-2, knocking Canada out of the competition.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8Y0
May 07, 2002
Slovak fans are saluted by the team and wave their country's flag after
the national hockey squad beat...
Karlstad, Sweden
SLOVAKS CELEBRATE BEATING CANADA AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Slovak fans are saluted by the team and wave their country's flag after
the national hockey squad beat Canada during their quarter final match
at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad
May 7, 2002. Slovakia won 3-2, knocking Canada out of the competition.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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SPORT ICEHOCKEY
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May 07, 2002
Canadian captain Ryan Smyth, who plays for the Edmonton Oilers, slumps
on his stick after Slovakia won...
Karlstad, Sweden
SMYTH SLUMPS ON STICK AFTER DEFEAT AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian captain Ryan Smyth, who plays for the Edmonton Oilers, slumps
on his stick after Slovakia won their quarter final match at the World
Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 7, 2002.
Slovakia won 3-2, knocking Canada out of the competition. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren REUTERS

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SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8WA
May 07, 2002
Canadian forward Mike Comrie, who plays for the Edmonton Oilers, leans
on his stick after Slovakia won...
Karlstad, Sweden
COMRIE SLUMPS ON STICK AFTER DEFEAT AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Mike Comrie, who plays for the Edmonton Oilers, leans
on his stick after Slovakia won their quarter final match at the World
Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 7, 2002.
Slovakia won 3-2, knocking Canada out of the competition. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren REUTERS

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SPORT ICEHOCKEY
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May 07, 2002
Slovak players (L-R) Zigmund Paliffy, Martin Strbak and Richard Lintner
jump on goalie Jan Lasak after...
Karlstad, Sweden
SLOVAKS CELEBRATE BEATING CANADA AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Slovak players (L-R) Zigmund Paliffy, Martin Strbak and Richard Lintner
jump on goalie Jan Lasak after beating Canada during their quarter
final match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city
of Karlstad May 7, 2002. Slovakia won 3-2, knocking Canada out of the
competition. REUTERS/Chris Helgren REUTERS

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8VQ
May 07, 2002
Slovak goalie Jan Lasak (L), who plays for the Nashville Predators,
holds out his arms to embrace team...
Karlstad, Sweden
SLOVAKS CELEBRATE BEATING CANADA AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Slovak goalie Jan Lasak (L), who plays for the Nashville Predators,
holds out his arms to embrace team mate Zigmund Paliffy after beating
Canada during their quarter final match at the World Ice Hockey
Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 7, 2002. Slovakia won
3-2, knocking Canada out of the competition. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
REUTERS

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SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8UU
May 07, 2002
Slovak forward Peter Bondra (L), who plays for the Washington Capitals,
celebrates with Michal Handuzus...
Karlstad, Sweden
BONDRA CELEBRATES GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Slovak forward Peter Bondra (L), who plays for the Washington Capitals,
celebrates with Michal Handuzus after his team scored the second goal
to equalise against Canada during their quarter final match at the
World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 7,
2002. Slovakia won 3-2, knocking Canada out of the competition.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8TZ
May 07, 2002
Canadian forward Brendan Morrow (R), who plays for the NHL's Dallas
Stars, checks Slovakian defenceman...
Karlstad, Sweden
MORROW DUMPS SLOVAK DEFENCEMAN AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Brendan Morrow (R), who plays for the NHL's Dallas
Stars, checks Slovakian defenceman Jergus Baca during their quarter
final match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city
of Karlstad May 7, 2002. Slovakia won 3-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8S6
May 07, 2002
Canadian forward Ryan Smyth celebrates after scoring his team's second
goal against Slovakia during...
Karlstad, Sweden
SMYTH CELEBRATES GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Ryan Smyth celebrates after scoring his team's second
goal against Slovakia during their quarter final match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 7, 2002.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8RX
May 07, 2002
Canadian forward Ryan Smyth celebrates after scoring his team's second
goal against Slovakia during...
Karlstad, Sweden
SMYTH OF CANADA CELEBRATES GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Ryan Smyth celebrates after scoring his team's second
goal against Slovakia during their quarter final match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 7, 2002.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8PS
May 07, 2002
Canadian forward Mike Comrie (L), who plays for the NHL's Edmonton
Oilers, grabs Slovakian Vladimir...
Karlstad, Sweden
SLOVAKS FIGHT WITH MIKE COMRIE AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Mike Comrie (L), who plays for the NHL's Edmonton
Oilers, grabs Slovakian Vladimir Orzah in a headlock as a referee and
Slovakian defenceman Dusan Milo try to intervene, during their quarter
final match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city
of Karlstad May 7, 2002. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV8PL
May 07, 2002
Canadian forward Mike Comrie (L), who plays for the NHL's Edmonton
Oilers, grabs Slovakian Vladimir...
Karlstad, Sweden
SLOVAKS FIGHT WITH MIKE COMRIE AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Mike Comrie (L), who plays for the NHL's Edmonton
Oilers, grabs Slovakian Vladimir Orzah in a headlock as a referee and
Slovakian defenceman Dusan Milo try to intervene, during their quarter
final match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city
of Karlstad May 7, 2002. REUTERS/Chris Helgren REUTERS

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV7GL
May 05, 2002
Latvian forward Gregoijs Pantelejevs covers his eyes during the Swiss
national anthem after losing the...
Karlstad, Sweden
LATVIANS SHOW DISAPPOINTMENT AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Latvian forward Gregoijs Pantelejevs covers his eyes during the Swiss
national anthem after losing the last match at the World Ice Hockey
Championships to Switzerland, in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 5,
2002. Switzerland won the match 6-4 but, like Latvia, failed to qualify
to the quarter final round. Latvia managed only one win against Italy
during the tournament. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV7GG
May 05, 2002
Latvian forward Aleksandrs Belavskis (R) and goalie Sergejs Naumovs
show their disappointment after...
Karlstad, Sweden
LATVIANS SHOW DISAPPOINTMENT AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Latvian forward Aleksandrs Belavskis (R) and goalie Sergejs Naumovs
show their disappointment after losing their last match at the World
Ice Hockey Championships to Switzerland, in the Swedish city of
Karlstad May 5, 2002. Switzerland won the match 6-4 but, like Latvia,
failed to qualify to the next round. Latvia managed only one win
against Italy during the tournament. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV7FV
May 05, 2002
Swiss forward Sandy Jeannin (L) is congratulated by team mate JJ
Aeschlimann after he scored the sixth...
Karlstad, Sweden
SWISS CELEBRATE SIXTH GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Swiss forward Sandy Jeannin (L) is congratulated by team mate JJ
Aeschlimann after he scored the sixth and last goal against Latvia
during their last match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the
Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002. Switzerland won the match 6-4
but, like Latvia, failed to qualify to the next round. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV7F8
May 05, 2002
The Swiss team celebrate after Swiss forward Sandy Jeannin scored the
sixth and last goal against Latvia...
Karlstad, Sweden
SWISS CELEBRATE SIXTH GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
The Swiss team celebrate after Swiss forward Sandy Jeannin scored the
sixth and last goal against Latvia during their match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002.
Switzerland won the match 6-4 but, like Latvia, failed to qualify to
the next round. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV7DN
May 05, 2002
Latvian defenceman Sandis Ozolins, who plays for the NHL's Florida
Panthers, slumps to the ice after...
Karlstad, Sweden
LATVIAN OZOLINS SLUMPS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Latvian defenceman Sandis Ozolins, who plays for the NHL's Florida
Panthers, slumps to the ice after Switzerland scored their sixth and
last goal in their last match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in
the Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002. Switzerland won the match 6-4
but, like Latvia, failed to qualify to the next round. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV7D3
May 05, 2002
Swiss forward JJ Aeschlimann scores the game winning goal, a penalty
shot, past Latvian goalie Sergejs...
Karlstad, Sweden
AESCHLIMANN SCORES GAME WINNING GOAL FOR SWISS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Swiss forward JJ Aeschlimann scores the game winning goal, a penalty
shot, past Latvian goalie Sergejs Naumovs during their match at the
World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 5,
2002. Switzerland won the match 6-4 but failed to qualify for the next
round. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV79T
May 05, 2002
Swiss forward Martin Pluss celebrates after scoring past Latvian goalie
Sergejs Naumovs during their...
Karlstad, Sweden
PLUSS SCORES FOR SWISS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Swiss forward Martin Pluss celebrates after scoring past Latvian goalie
Sergejs Naumovs during their match at the World Ice Hockey
Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV79H
May 05, 2002
Latvian forward Gregorijs Pantelejevs (L) crashes into the boards near
Swiss defenceman Steve Hirschi...
Karlstad, Sweden
LATVIAN PANTELEJEVS CRASHES AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Latvian forward Gregorijs Pantelejevs (L) crashes into the boards near
Swiss defenceman Steve Hirschi during their match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV77W
May 05, 2002
Swiss forward Flavien Conne (top) crashes into Latvia's Aleksandrs
Kercs during their match at the World...
Karlstad, Sweden
LATVIAN KERCS CRASHES INTO SWISS FORWARD CONNE AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Swiss forward Flavien Conne (top) crashes into Latvia's Aleksandrs
Kercs during their match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the
Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV77L
May 05, 2002
Swiss goalie Lars Wiebel (L) keeps watch after Latvian forward
Aleksandrs Kercs slid into the net on...
Karlstad, Sweden
LATVIAN SLIDES INTO SWISS NET AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Swiss goalie Lars Wiebel (L) keeps watch after Latvian forward
Aleksandrs Kercs slid into the net on a scoring attempt during their
match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of
Karlstad May 5, 2002. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV75H
May 05, 2002
German forward Andreas Loth celebrates after scoring Germany's first
goal to equalise against the United...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMANY CELEBRATES GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German forward Andreas Loth celebrates after scoring Germany's first
goal to equalise against the United States during their group E match
at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad
May 5, 2002. Germany and the USA tied 2-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV75A
May 05, 2002
German forward Andreas Morczinietz (R) shouts in celebration past USA
defenceman Jordan Leopold, after...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMANY CELEBRATES GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German forward Andreas Morczinietz (R) shouts in celebration past USA
defenceman Jordan Leopold, after team mate Jan Benda scored the second
goal against the United States during their group E match at the World
Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002.
Germany and the USA tied 2-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV74P
May 05, 2002
German forward Klaus Kathan is knocked by United States forward
Christopher Clark (L), who plays for...
Karlstad, Sweden
U.S. FORWARD CLARK SENDS GERMAN KATHAN FLYING AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German forward Klaus Kathan is knocked by United States forward
Christopher Clark (L), who plays for the Calgary Flames, during their
group E match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city
of Karlstad May 5, 2002. Germany and the USA tied 2-2. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV73Z
May 05, 2002
German defenceman Patrick Koppchen is sent flying by United States
forward Eric Rasmussen (L), who plays...
Karlstad, Sweden
RASMUSSEN SENDS GERMAN FLYING AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German defenceman Patrick Koppchen is sent flying by United States
forward Eric Rasmussen (L), who plays for the Buffalo Sabres, during
their group E match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the
Swedish city of Karlstad May 5, 2002. Germany and the USA tied 2-2.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren REUTERS

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTR1531R
May 03, 2002
Canadian captain Ryan Smyth, who plays for the Edmonton Oilers, chases
Swiss forward Martin Pluss during...
Karlstad, Sweden
CANADIAN SMYTH CHASES SWISS FORWARD PLUSS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian captain Ryan Smyth, who plays for the Edmonton Oilers, chases
Swiss forward Martin Pluss during their group E match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/WS
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV4PN
May 03, 2002
German forward Leonard Soccio puts down Latvian defenceman Rodrigo
Lavins (R) during their group E match...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMAN LANDS ON LATVIAN AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German forward Leonard Soccio puts down Latvian defenceman Rodrigo
Lavins (R) during their group E match at the World Ice Hockey
Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002. Germany won
the match 3-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV4PE
May 03, 2002
German defenceman Dennis Seidenberg (R) shouts in celebration after
team mate Wayne Hynes scored the...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMANS CELEBRATE GAME WINNING GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German defenceman Dennis Seidenberg (R) shouts in celebration after
team mate Wayne Hynes scored the game winning goal against Latvia
during their group E match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the
Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002. Hynes scored with just 33 seconds
left in the third period to beat Latvia 3-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
SPORT ICEHOCKEY
RTRV4P5
May 03, 2002
German captain Juergen Rumrich (L) celebrates with defenceman Andreas
Renz after team mate Wayne Hynes...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMANS CELEBRATE GAME WINNING GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German captain Juergen Rumrich (L) celebrates with defenceman Andreas
Renz after team mate Wayne Hynes (C) scored the game winning goal
against Latvia during their group E match at the World Ice Hockey
Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002. Hynes scored
with just 33 seconds left in the third period to beat Latvia 3-2.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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German captain Juergen Rumrich (L) celebrates scoring the first period
equaliser with team mates Martin...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMANS CELEBRATE GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German captain Juergen Rumrich (L) celebrates scoring the first period
equaliser with team mates Martin Reichel and Stefan Ustorf during their
group E match against Latvia at the World Ice Hockey Championships in
the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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May 03, 2002
German defenceman Patrick Koppchen (top) lands on Latvian forward
Gregorijs Pantelejevs during their...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMAN KOPPCHEN LANDS ON LATVIAN PANTELEJEVS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German defenceman Patrick Koppchen (top) lands on Latvian forward
Gregorijs Pantelejevs during their group E match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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May 03, 2002
German defenceman Patrick Koppchen (top) lands on Latvian forward
Gregorijs Pantelejevs during their...
Karlstad, Sweden
GERMAN LANDS ON LATVIAN AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
German defenceman Patrick Koppchen (top) lands on Latvian forward
Gregorijs Pantelejevs during their group E match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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May 03, 2002
Swiss forward JJ Aeschlimann (R) is congratulated by team mate Adrian
Wichser after scoring his team's...
Karlstad, Sweden
SWISS FORWARD AESCHLIMANN CELEBRATES GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Swiss forward JJ Aeschlimann (R) is congratulated by team mate Adrian
Wichser after scoring his team's first goal past Canada as defenceman
Eric Brewer skates by, during their group E match at the World Ice
Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002.
Canada won 3-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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Swiss forward Ivo Ruthemann (32) smiles after scoring his team's second
goal past Canadian goalie Jean-Sebastien...
Karlstad, Sweden
SWISS FORWARD RUTHEMANN SMILES AFTER GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Swiss forward Ivo Ruthemann (32) smiles after scoring his team's second
goal past Canadian goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere during their group E
match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of
Karlstad May 3, 2002. Canada won 3-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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Canadian defenceman Eric Brewer (L) is hugged by team mate Mike Comrie
as captain Ryan Smyth joins them,...
Karlstad, Sweden
BREWER SCORES AGAINST SWISS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian defenceman Eric Brewer (L) is hugged by team mate Mike Comrie
as captain Ryan Smyth joins them, after Brewer scored the second goal
against Switzerland during their group E match at the World Ice Hockey
Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002. All three
players are with the NHL's Edmonton Oilers. Canada won 3-2.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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Canadian forward Andy MacDonald, who plays for the Anaheim Mighty
Ducks, smiles after scoring the game...
Karlstad, Sweden
CANADIAN MACDONALD CELEBRATES GAME WINNING GOAL AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian forward Andy MacDonald, who plays for the Anaheim Mighty
Ducks, smiles after scoring the game winning goal while congratulated
by team mate Ray Whitney (R), who got the assist, during their group E
match against Switzerland at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the
Swedish city of Karlstad May 3, 2002. Canada won 3-2. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren

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Canadian forward Brendan Morrow, who plays for the Dallas Stars, is
checked by Swiss centre Martin Pluss...
Karlstad, Sweden
CANADA'S MORROW IS CHECKED BY SWISS CENTRE PLUSS AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN KARLSTAD.
Canadian forward Brendan Morrow, who plays for the Dallas Stars, is
checked by Swiss centre Martin Pluss (R) during their group E match at
the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May
3, 2002. Canada won 3-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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Canadian defenceman Eric Brewer (L), who plays for the Edmonton Oilers,
checks Swiss forward Adrian...
Karlstad, Sweden
CANADIAN BREWER CHECKS SWISS FORWARD WICHSER AT WORLD ICE HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian defenceman Eric Brewer (L), who plays for the Edmonton Oilers,
checks Swiss forward Adrian Wichser during their group E match at the
World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of Karlstad May 3,
2002. Canada won 3-2. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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May 02, 2002
Canadian defenceman Eric Brewer (R), who plays for the Edmonton Oilers,
pushes down German forward Andreas...
Karlstad, Sweden
BREWER DUMPS GERMAN FORWARD WORLD ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canadian defenceman Eric Brewer (R), who plays for the Edmonton Oilers,
pushes down German forward Andreas Morczinietz during their group E
match at the World Ice Hockey Championships in the Swedish city of
Karlstad May 2, 2002. Canada won 3-1. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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