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PARALYMPIC-SOCHI/
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March 08, 2014
Austria's Matthias Lanzinger skis during the Men's Standing Skiing Downhill at the 2014 Sochi Paralympic...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Austria's Lanzinger skis during the Men's Standing Skiing Downhill at the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter...
Austria's Matthias Lanzinger skis during the Men's Standing Skiing Downhill at the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter Games at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center March 8, 2014. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT SKIING OLYMPICS)
RUSSIA/
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March 06, 2014
Austria's Matthias Lanzinger skis during the Men's Downhill Standing training at the 2014 Sochi Paralympic...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Austria's Lanzinger skis during the Men's Downhill Standing training at the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter...
Austria's Matthias Lanzinger skis during the Men's Downhill Standing training at the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter Games at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center, March 6, 2014. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT SKIING OLYMPICS)
ALPINE-SKIING/NORWAY
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March 06, 2009
Austria's former Alpine skier Matthias Lanzinger looks up to the race course during the men's Alpine...
Kvitfjell, Norway
Austria's former Alpine skier Matthias Lanzinger looks up to the race course during the men's Alpine...
Austria's former Alpine skier Matthias Lanzinger looks up to the race course during the men's Alpine Skiing World Cup Downhill race in Kvitfjell March 6, 2009. Lanzinger, who lost one leg following his serious crash in last year's men's Super-G race in Kvitfjell on March 2, 2008, came back to Kvitfjell on Friday to work as a TV commentator after he had to finish his racing career following his tragic accident. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (NORWAY)
ALPINE-SKIING/NORWAY
RTXCF7N
March 06, 2009
Austria's former Alpine skier Matthias Lanzinger is seen in front of a rescue helicopter during the men's...
Kvitfjell, Norway
Austria's former Alpine skier Matthias Lanzinger is seen in front of a rescue helicopter during the men's...
Austria's former Alpine skier Matthias Lanzinger is seen in front of a rescue helicopter during the men's Alpine Skiing World Cup Downhill race in Kvitfjell March 6, 2009. Lanzinger, who lost one leg following his serious crash in last year's men's Super-G race in Kvitfjell on March 2, 2008, came back to Kvitfjell on Friday to work as a TV commentator after he had to finish his racing career following his tragic accident. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (NORWAY)
AUSTRIA/
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April 15, 2008
Austria's skier Matthias Lanzinger performs exercises with therapist Roland Tranner during a news conference...
BAD HAERING, Austria
Austria's skier Matthias Lanzinger performs exercises with therapist Roland Tranner during a news conference...
Austria's skier Matthias Lanzinger performs exercises with therapist Roland Tranner during a news conference in Bad Haering April 15, 2008. Lanzinger had to undergo an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on March 4 in Oslo after breaking the leg in a World Cup Super G race. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
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Austrian Skier Lanzinger After Leg Amputation - 16 Apr 2008
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ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
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March 13, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger and his girlfriend Eva arrive for a news conference in Salzburg March...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger and his girlfriend Eva arrive for a news conference in Salzburg
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger and his girlfriend Eva arrive for a news conference in Salzburg March 13, 2008. Lanzinger had to undergo an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on March 4 in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
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March 13, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger gestures during a news conference in Salzburg March 13, 2008. Lanzinger...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger gestures during a news conference in Salzburg
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger gestures during a news conference in Salzburg March 13, 2008. Lanzinger had to undergo an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on March 4 in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
RTR1Y8LI
March 13, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger, his girlfriend Eva and head of Landeskrankenhaus Salzburg (Salzburg...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger, his girlfriend Eva and doctor Resch arrive for a news conference in Salzburg...
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger, his girlfriend Eva and head of Landeskrankenhaus Salzburg (Salzburg province hospital) accident surgery department Herbert Resch (R) arrive for a news conference in Salzburg March 13, 2008. Lanzinger had to undergo an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on March 4 in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINER SKIING/LANZINGER
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March 13, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger and his girlfriend Eva arrive for a news conference in Salzburg March...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger and his girlfriend Eva arrive for a news conference in Salzburg
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger and his girlfriend Eva arrive for a news conference in Salzburg March 13, 2008. Lanzinger had to undergo an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on March 4 in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
RTR1XYL1
March 06, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger arrives on a stretcher in Salzburg
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg March 6, 2008. Lanzinger, who is in stable condition, arrived back after undergoing an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on Tuesday in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race in Norway on Sunday, might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
RTR1XYKX
March 06, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger arrives on a stretcher in Salzburg
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg March 6, 2008. Lanzinger, who is in stable condition, arrived back after undergoing an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on Tuesday in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race in Norway on Sunday, might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
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March 06, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger arrives on a stretcher in Salzburg
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg March 6, 2008. Lanzinger, who is in stable condition, arrived back after undergoing an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on Tuesday in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race in Norway on Sunday, might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
RTR1XYKO
March 06, 2008
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian skier Lanzinger arrives on a stretcher in Salzburg
Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger lies on a strecher upon his arrival with an air ambulance jet in Salzburg March 6, 2008. Lanzinger, who is in stable condition, arrived back after undergoing an emergency amputation of his lower left leg on Tuesday in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup Super G race in Norway on Sunday, might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE SKIING/LANZINGER
RTR1XVQN
March 04, 2008
Austrian vascular specialist Dr. Thomas Hoelzenbein addresses the media in Salzburg March 4, 2008. Austrian...
Salzburg, Austria
Austrian vascular specialist Hoelzenbein addresses media in Salzburg
Austrian vascular specialist Dr. Thomas Hoelzenbein addresses the media in Salzburg March 4, 2008. Austrian skier Matthias Lanzinger was in a stable condition on Tuesday after undergoing an emergency amputation of his lower left leg in Oslo, Norway. Doctors said Lanzinger, who broke the leg in a World Cup race in Norway on Sunday, might have died without the operation. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1BUKD
December 01, 2005
Bode Miller of the U.S. reacts as he stands on the side of the course after skiing off the course in...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Bode Miller of US reacts after skiing off course in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Bode Miller of the U.S. reacts as he stands on the side of the course after skiing off the course in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAV1
December 01, 2005
Canada's Erik Guay celebrates as he finishes second in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek,...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Canada's Guay celebrates as he finishes second in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Canada's Erik Guay celebrates as he finishes second in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAUN
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hermann Maier skis to eighth place with a time of 1 minute 18.27 seconds in the men's World...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Maier skis to eighth place in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Austria's Hermann Maier skis to eighth place with a time of 1 minute 18.27 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAUA
December 01, 2005
Bode Miller of the U.S. reacts after skiing off the course in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Bode Miller of US reacts after skiing off course in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Bode Miller of the U.S. reacts after skiing off the course in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AATT
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt raises a champagne bottle after winning the men's World Cup super-G race in...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt raises champagne bottle after winning men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek...
Austria's Hannes Reichelt raises a champagne bottle after winning the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AATF
December 01, 2005
Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt skis to seventh place with a time of 1 minute 18.26 seconds in the men's...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Norway's Andre Aamodt skis to seventh place in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt skis to seventh place with a time of 1 minute 18.26 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AASY
December 01, 2005
Andre Kjetil Aamodt of Norway skis to seventh place with a time of 1 minute 18.26 seconds in the men's...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Kjetil Aamodt of Norway skis to seventh place in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Andre Kjetil Aamodt of Norway skis to seventh place with a time of 1 minute 18.26 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AASE
December 01, 2005
Austria's Matthias Lanzinger skis to third place with a time of 1 minute 17.49 seconds in the men's World...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Lanzinger of Austria skis to third in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Austria's Matthias Lanzinger skis to third place with a time of 1 minute 17.49 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 seconds. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AALD
December 01, 2005
Italy's Patrick Staudacher of Italy skis to ninth place with a time of 1 minute 18.37 seconds in the...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Staudacher of Italy skis to ninth in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Italy's Patrick Staudacher of Italy skis to ninth place with a time of 1 minute 18.37 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAL5
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt takes a drink of champagne from the bottle while standing on podium after winning...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt takes drink of champagne after winning men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek...
Austria's Hannes Reichelt takes a drink of champagne from the bottle while standing on podium after winning the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAKK
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt (C) celebrates with Erik Guay of Canada (L) and Matthias Lanzinger of Austria...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt celebrates with Guay of Canada and Lanzinger of Austria after winning men's World...
Austria's Hannes Reichelt (C) celebrates with Erik Guay of Canada (L) and Matthias Lanzinger of Austria after winning the men's World Cup super-G in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1AAKC
December 01, 2005
Switzerland's Didier Defago skis to sixth place and the best Swiss time in the men's World Cup super-G...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Defago of Switzerland skis to sixth best time in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado...
Switzerland's Didier Defago skis to sixth place and the best Swiss time in the men's World Cup super-G in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005 with a time of 1 minute 18.25 seconds. Austria's Hannes Reichelt won the race with Erik Guay of Canada in second place and Matthias Lanzinger of Austria in third place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
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December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt reacts, as a fan waves Austrian flags, after winning the men's World Cup super-G...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt reacts after winning men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Austria's Hannes Reichelt reacts, as a fan waves Austrian flags, after winning the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAK0
December 01, 2005
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. skis to fifth place with a time of 1 minute 18.22 seconds in the men's World...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Rahlves of US skis to fifth place in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. skis to fifth place with a time of 1 minute 18.22 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAFG
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt raises a champagne bottle while standing on the podium after winning the men's...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt celebrates after winning men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Austria's Hannes Reichelt raises a champagne bottle while standing on the podium after winning the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAF9
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt skis to win the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt skis to win World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Austria's Hannes Reichelt skis to win the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAEM
December 01, 2005
Bode Miller of the U.S. reacts as he stands on the side of the course after skiing off the course in...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Bode Miller of US reacts after skiing off course in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Bode Miller of the U.S. reacts as he stands on the side of the course after skiing off the course in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AAEA
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt (C) celebrates with Erik Guay of Canada (L) and Matthias Lanzinger of Austria...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt celebrates with Guay of Canada and Lanzinger of Austria after winning men's World...
Austria's Hannes Reichelt (C) celebrates with Erik Guay of Canada (L) and Matthias Lanzinger of Austria after winning the men's World Cup super-G in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AADZ
December 01, 2005
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal skis to fourth place with a time of 1 minute 18 seconds in the men's World...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Svindal of Norway skis to fourth in men's World Cup super-G in Beaver Creek
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal skis to fourth place with a time of 1 minute 18 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AADT
December 01, 2005
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal skis to fourth place with a time of 1 minute 18 seconds in the men's World...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Svindal of Norway skis to fourth in men's World Cup super-G in Beaver Creek
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal skis to fourth place with a time of 1 minute 18 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1AADM
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt skis to win the men's World Cup Super G in Beaver Creek, Colorado December...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Reichelt of Austria skis to win men's World Cup Super G in Beaver Creek
Austria's Hannes Reichelt skis to win the men's World Cup Super G in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005 with a time of 1 minute 17.33 seconds. Erik Guay of Canada was second and Matthias Lanzinger of Austria was third. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AA8O
December 01, 2005
Austria's Hannes Reichelt celebrates after winning the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek,...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Austria's Reichelt celebrates after winning men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Austria's Hannes Reichelt celebrates after winning the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1AA84
December 01, 2005
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. skis to fifth place with a time of 1 minute 18.22 seconds in the men's World...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Rahlves of US skis to fifth place in men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. skis to fifth place with a time of 1 minute 18.22 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Austrian Hannes Reichelt defied the poor conditions to win his first World Cup super-G race on Thursday in a provisional time of one minute 17.33 seconds. Canada's Erik Guay was second in 1:17.37 and Austria's Matthias Lanzinger took third in 1:17.49 for his first podium place. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1AA7Q
December 01, 2005
Canada's Erik Guay skis to take second place with a time of 1 minute 17.37 seconds in the men's World...
Beaver Creek, UNITED STATES
Guay of Canada skis to second in men's World Cup Super G in Beaver Creek, Colorado
Canada's Erik Guay skis to take second place with a time of 1 minute 17.37 seconds in the men's World Cup super-G race in Beaver Creek, Colorado December 1, 2005. Hannes Reichelt of Austria was first and team mate Matthias Lanzinger was third. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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