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SKIJUMPING/
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January 06, 2008 
Finland's Veli Matti Lindstroem soars through the air during the qualification for the fourth event of... 
Bischofshofen, Austria 
Finland's Lindstroem soars through the air during the qualification for the fourth event of the Four-Hills... 
Finland's Veli Matti Lindstroem soars through the air during the qualification for the fourth event of the Four-Hills ski jumping tournament in Bischofshofen, January 6, 2008. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA) 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3DP 
January 04, 2004 
Noriaki Kasai of Japan soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
KASAI OF JAPAN COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Noriaki Kasai of Japan soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. Kasai placed sixth. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3DN 
January 04, 2004 
Sven Hannawald of Germany soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck,... 
Innsbruck, Austria - Republic of 
HANNAWALD OF GERMANY COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS IN SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Sven Hannawald of Germany soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. Hannawald placed nineth. REUTERS/Michael Leckel PP04010007 LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3DJ 
January 04, 2004 
Georg Spaeth of Germany soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
SPAETH OF GERMANY COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Georg Spaeth of Germany soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. Spaeth placed tenth. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany = LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3DH 
January 04, 2004 
Martin Hoellwarth of Austria soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck,... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
HOELLWARTH OF AUSTRIA COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS IN INNSBRUCK. 
Martin Hoellwarth of Austria soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. Hoellwarth placed fifth. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3DC 
January 04, 2004 
Sven Hannawald of Germany soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck,... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
HANNAWALD OF GERMANY COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Sven Hannawald of Germany soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. Hannawald placed ninth. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3D7 
January 04, 2004 
Sigurd Pettersen of Norway soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck,... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
PETTERSEN OF NORWAY COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Sigurd Pettersen of Norway soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. Pettersen placed fourth. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3D5 
January 04, 2004 
Janne Ahonen of Finland soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
AHONEN OF FINLAND COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Janne Ahonen of Finland soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3D2 
January 04, 2004 
Veli-Matti Lindstroem of Finland soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck,... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
LINDSTROEM OF FINLAND COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF FOUR HILLS SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Veli-Matti Lindstroem of Finland soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Slovenia's Peter Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany REUTERS LE/ 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3D0 
January 04, 2004 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the... 
Innsbruck, Austria 
ZONTA OF SLOVENIA COMPETES IN THIRD STAGE OF WORLD SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia soars through the air during the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany REUTERS LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3CT 
January 04, 2004 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup third stage event of the... 
Innsbruck, Austria - Republic of 
ZONTA OF SLOVENIA CELEBRATES THIRD STAGE WIN IN WORLD SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup third stage event of the four hills tournament in Innsbruck January 4, 2004. Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem (L) of Finland and Janne Ahonen (R) of Finland. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3CR 
January 04, 2004 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup third stage event of the... 
Innsbruck, Austria - Republic of 
ZONTA OF SLOVENIA CELEBRATES THIRD STAGE WIN IN WORLD SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup third stage event of the four hills tournament in Innsbruck January 4, 2004. Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem of Finland and Janne Ahonen of Finland. REUTERS/Jacqueline Godany LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3CN 
January 04, 2004 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third... 
Innsbruck, Austria - Republic of 
ZONTA OF SLOVENIA CELEBRATESWINNINF THIRD STAGE OF WORLD SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament on January 4, 2004. Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem of Finland and Janne Ahonen of Finland. REUTERS/Michael Leckel LE/AA 
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTRR3CK 
January 04, 2004 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third... 
Innsbruck, Austria - Republic of 
ZONTA OF SLOVENIA CELEBRATES WINNING THIRD STAGE OF WORLD SKI JUMPING IN INNSBRUCK. 
Peter Zonta of Slovenia celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup event in Innsbruck, the third stage of the four hills tournament January 4, 2004. Zonta won the event with a total of 265.2 points ahead of Veli-Matti Lindstroem of Finland and Janne Ahonen of Finland. REUTERS/Michael Leckel LE/AA 
SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTR12SR9 
March 22, 2003 
Veli Matti Lindstroem of Finland soars thru the snow as he fall,during
ski flying World Cup competition... 
Planica, Slovenia 
FINN VELI MATTI LINDSTROEM FALLS DURING SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP
COMPETITION IN PLANICA. 
Veli Matti Lindstroem of Finland soars thru the snow as he fall,during
ski flying World Cup competition in Planica, Slovenia, on March 22,
2003. Matti Hautamaeki of Finland jumped a new world record of 228.5
metres to take first place, ahead of Adam Malysz of Poland and Martin
Hoellwarth of Austria. Lindstroem placed fifth.

REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic 
PERSSON
RTRU3SS 
March 23, 2002 
Finnish team (L-R) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Janne Ahonen
and Veli Matti Lindstroem celebrate... 
Planica, Slovenia 
FINNISH TEAM CELEBRATES VICTORY ON JUMP WORLD CUP TEAM COMPETITION IN
PLANICA. 
Finnish team (L-R) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Janne Ahonen
and Veli Matti Lindstroem celebrate their victory after World Cup team
competition in ski jumping in Planica on March 23, 2002. The Finnish
team won with total of 1612,7 points.

REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT22X 
February 18, 2002 
Olympic K120 team ski jumping silver medalists Matti Hautamaeki (R),
Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti Lindstroem... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
OLYMPIC K120 TEAM SKI JUMPING SILVER MEDALISTS FINLAND POSE AT WINTER
OLYMPICS. 
Olympic K120 team ski jumping silver medalists Matti Hautamaeki (R),
Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti Lindstroem (L) and Janne Ahonen (2L) of
Finland pose during medal ceremonies at the Winter Olympic Games in
Salt Lake City, February 18, 2002. The German team beat Finland to
Olympic gold by just 0.1 of a point. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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SPORT OLYMPICS
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February 18, 2002 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) and Martin Schmitt (2R) celebrate while
Finland's (L-4L) Matti Hautamaeki,... 
Park City, United States of America 
GERMANY'S HANNAWALD CELEBRATES AS FINLAND STAND DEJECTED AT THE WINTER
OLYMPICS. 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) and Martin Schmitt (2R) celebrate while
Finland's (L-4L) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti
Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland stand in abject dejection after
they lost the Olympic team K120 event by just 0.1 of a point to Germany
during the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 18, 2002.
Germany won Olympic gold in the team K120 ski jumping event on Monday
by just a fraction of a point ahead of Finland and bronze medalists
Slovenia. REUTERS/Dan Chung

KM/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT13Y 
February 18, 2002 
(L-R) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti Lindstroem and
Janne Ahonen of Finland stand in... 
Park City, United States of America 
FINLAND TEAM STAND DEJECTED K120 EVENT DURING THE WINTER OLYMPICS. 
(L-R) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti Lindstroem and
Janne Ahonen of Finland stand in abject dejection after they lost the
Olympic team K120 event by just 0.1 of a point to Germany during the
Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 18, 2002. Germany won
Olympic gold in the team K120 ski jumping event on Monday by just a
fraction of a point ahead of Finland and bronze medalists Slovenia.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRORW 
January 13, 2002 
Finland's ski jumpers stand on the podium after they ranked second at
the team competition in Willingen... 
Willingen, Germany 
FINLAND'S SKI JUMPERS STAND ON THE PODIUM AFTER THE SKI JUMPING TEAM
COMPETITION IN WILLINGEN. 
Finland's ski jumpers stand on the podium after they ranked second at
the team competition in Willingen January 13, 2002. Picture shows left
to right Matti Hautamaeki, Tamei Kiuru, Janne Ahonen and Veli-Matti
Lindstroem. Finland's team ranked second ahead of Germany, the Austrian
team won. REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNFL 
January 12, 2002 
Germanyis Sven Hannawald (R) receives the applause of thousands of
spectators after his victory in the... 
Willingen, Germany - FDR 
GERMANY'S HANNAWALD CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY WITH AT SKI JUMPING
WORLD CUP IN WILLINGEN. 
Germanyis Sven Hannawald (R) receives the applause of thousands of
spectators after his victory in the ski jumping World Cup in Willingen,
January 12, 2002. Hannawald won the competition ahead Finlandis Matti
Hautamaeki and Veli-Matti Lindstroem. REUTERS BOOKS The Art of Sport
REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNEQ 
January 12, 2002 
Supporter of Germany's ski jumping star Sven Hannawald hold a poster
which reads " Sven I wanna be your... 
Willingen, Germany 
SUPPORTERS HOLD PLACARD OF HANNAWALD AT THE SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP IN
WILLINGEN. 
Supporter of Germany's ski jumping star Sven Hannawald hold a poster
which reads " Sven I wanna be your mother in law" during the ski
jumping World Cup in Willingen, January 12, 2002. Hannawald won the
competition ahead of Finland's Matti Hautamaeki and Veli-Matti
Lindstroem. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach REUTERS

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNEF 
January 12, 2002 
Sven Hannawald of Germany kisses his hand after winning the ski jumping
World Cup competition in Willingen... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
GERMAN SKIJUMPER HANNAWALD KISSES HIS HAND AFTER WINNING THE SKI
JUMPING WORLD CUP IN WILLINGEN. 
Sven Hannawald of Germany kisses his hand after winning the ski jumping
World Cup competition in Willingen January 12, 2002. Hannawald won
ahead of Finland's Matti Haukamaeki and Veli-Matti Lindstroem, who
ranked third. REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNEA 
January 12, 2002 
Finland's Matti Hautamaeki soars through the air at the ski jumping
World Cup in Willingen, January... 
Willingen, Germany 
HAUTAMAEKKI OF FINLANDS SOARS AT THE SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP IN
WILLINGEN. 
Finland's Matti Hautamaeki soars through the air at the ski jumping
World Cup in Willingen, January 12, 2002. Germany's Sven Hannawald won
the competition ahead of Finland's Hautamaeki and Veli-Matti
Lindstroem. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach REUTERS

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNDY 
January 12, 2002 
A supporter holds a homemade poster of Germany's Sven Hannawald during
the ski jumping World Cup in... 
Willingen, Germany 
SUPPORTER HOLDS PLACARD OF HANNAWALD AT THE SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP IN
WILLINGEN. 
A supporter holds a homemade poster of Germany's Sven Hannawald during
the ski jumping World Cup in Willingen, January 12, 2002. Hannawald won
the competition ahead of Finland's Matti Hautamaeki and Veli-Matti
Lindstroem. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

KP 
SPORT SKIJUMPING
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January 12, 2002 
Sven Hannawald of Germany waves to supporters after winning the ski
jumping World Cup competition in... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
GERMAN SKIJUMPER HANNAWALD WAVES TO SUPPORTERS AFTER WINNING THE SKI
JUMPING WORLD CUP IN WILLINGEN.... 
Sven Hannawald of Germany waves to supporters after winning the ski
jumping World Cup competition in Willingen January 12, 2002. Hannawald
won ahead of Finland's Matti Haukamaeki and Veli-Matti Lindstroem, who
ranked third. REUTERS/Juergen Schwarz

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNDJ 
January 12, 2002 
GERMANYS HANNAWALD CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY WITH TEAM MATE SCHMITT AT THE
SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP IN WILLINGEN.


Germany's... 
Willingen, Germany 
GERMANYS HANNAWALD CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY WITH TEAM MATE SCHMITT AT THE
SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP IN ...... 
GERMANYS HANNAWALD CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY WITH TEAM MATE SCHMITT AT THE
SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP IN WILLINGEN.


Germany's Sven Hannawald (L) comforts his teammate Martin Schmitt after
his victory in the ski jumping World Cup in Willingen, January 12,
2002. Hannawald won the competition ahead Finland's Matti Hautamaeki
and Veli-Matti Lindstroem. Schmitt, who ranked first after the first
jump placed only 18th after the second jump. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNDB 
January 12, 2002 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) receives the applause of thousands of
spectators after his victory in the... 
Willingen, Germany 
GERMANYS HANNAWALD CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY WITH AT THE SKI JUMPING WORLD
CUP IN WILLINGEN. 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) receives the applause of thousands of
spectators after his victory in the ski jumping World Cup in Willingen,
January 12, 2002. Hannawald won the competition ahead Finland's Matti
Hautamaeki and Veli-Matti Lindstroem. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach REUTERS

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SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNCP 
January 12, 2002 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) receives the congratulations of his
teammate Martin Schmitt after his victory... 
Willingen, Germany 
GERMANYS HANNAWALD CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY WITH TEAM MATE SCHMITT AT SKI
JUMPING WORLD CUP IN WILLINGEN.... 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) receives the congratulations of his
teammate Martin Schmitt after his victory in the ski jumping World Cup
in Willingen, January 12, 2002. Hannawald won the competition ahead
Finland's Matti Hautamaeki and Veli-Matti Lindstroem. Schmitt, who
ranked first after the first jump placed only 18th after the second
jump. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

KP 
SPORT SKIJUMPING
RTRRNC7 
January 12, 2002 
Germany's Sven Hannawald shouts out in jubilation after his victory in
the ski jumping World Cup in... 
Willingen, Germany 
GERMANYS HANNAWALD CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY AT THE SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP
IN WILLINGEN. 
Germany's Sven Hannawald shouts out in jubilation after his victory in
the ski jumping World Cup in Willingen, January 12, 2002. Hannawald won
the competition ahead Finland's Matti Hautamaeki and Veli-Matti
Lindstroem. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

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SPORT NORDIC
RTR14YN5 
December 09, 2001 
Finland's ski jumping team of (L-R) Veli-Matti Lindstroem, Toni
Nieminen, Matti Hautamaeki and Risto... 
Villach, Austria 
FINLAND'S SKI JUMPING TEAM CELEBRATES IN VILLACH. 
Finland's ski jumping team of (L-R) Veli-Matti Lindstroem, Toni
Nieminen, Matti Hautamaeki and Risto Jussilainen celebrate on the
podium after winning the ski jumping team competition on Villach's K90
hill December 9, 2001. Finland won ahead of second placed Japan and
third placed Poland. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader

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SPORT SKI JUMPING
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March 17, 2001 
Finland team members (L-R) Tami Kiuru, Veli-Matti Lindstroem, Jussi Hautamaeki and Risto Jussilainen... 
Planica, Slovenia 
FINLAND'S TEAM STANDS ON THE PODIUM AFTER WINNING WORLD CUP EVENT IN PLANICA. 
Finland team members (L-R) Tami Kiuru, Veli-Matti Lindstroem, Jussi Hautamaeki and Risto Jussilainen celebrate their victory in the team competition at the World Cup Ski Jumping finals in Planica, March 17, 2001. Finland won today's race and the Nations Cup.

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SPORT SKI FLYING
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March 03, 2001 
Adam Malysz from Poland pauses in the finish area of the ski-flying World Cup in Oberstdorf, March 3,... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
ADAM MALYSZ FROM POLAND PAUSES IN THE FINISH AREA OF THE SKI FLYING WORLD CUP IN OBERSTDORF. 
Adam Malysz from Poland pauses in the finish area of the ski-flying World Cup in Oberstdorf, March 3, 2001. Finland's Risto Jussilainen won the competition ahead of his team mates Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Matti Hautamaeki, Malysz finished on the fourth place.

MAD/WS 
SPORT SKI FLYING
RTR13D71 
March 03, 2001 
GERMAN MARTIN SCHMITT WATCHES THE SCORE BOARD IN THE FINISH AREA OF THE SKI FLYING WORLD CUP IN OBERSTDORF.


German... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
GERMAN MARTIN SCHMITT WATCHES THE SCORE BOARD IN THE FINISH AREA OF THE SKI FLYING WORLD CUP IN ... 
GERMAN MARTIN SCHMITT WATCHES THE SCORE BOARD IN THE FINISH AREA OF THE SKI FLYING WORLD CUP IN OBERSTDORF.


German Martin Schmitt looks to the score board in the finish area of the ski-flying World Cup in Oberstdorf, March 3, 2001. Finlands Risto Jussilainen won the competition ahead of his team mates Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Matti Hautamaeki, Schmitt finished on fifth place. 
SPORT SKI FLYING
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March 03, 2001 
Adam Malysz from Poland pauses in the finish area of the ski-flying World Cup in Oberstdorf, March 3,... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
ADAM MALYSZ FROM POLAND PAUSES IN THE FINISH AREA OF THE SKI FLYING WORLD CUP IN OBERSTDORF. 
Adam Malysz from Poland pauses in the finish area of the ski-flying World Cup in Oberstdorf, March 3, 2001. Finnlands Risto Jussilainen won the competition ahead of his team mates Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Matti Hautamaeki, Malysz finished on the fourth place.

MAD/WS 
SPORT SKI FLYING
RTR13D6W 
March 03, 2001 
Matti Hautamaeki oF Finland soars down the hill during the skiflying World Cup in Oberstdorf March 3,... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
FINLAND'S HAUTAMAEKI SOARS DOWN THE HILL DURING THE SKIFLYING WORLDCUP IN OBERSTDORF. 
Matti Hautamaeki oF Finland soars down the hill during the skiflying World Cup in Oberstdorf March 3, 2001. Hautamaeki ranked third behind his team-mates Veli-Matti Lindstroem, who ranked second and the winner Risto Jussilainen.

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SPORT SKI FLYING
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March 03, 2001 
Veli-Matti Lindstroem of Finland soars down the hill during the skiflying World Cup in Oberstdorf March... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
FINLAND'S LINDSTROEM SOARS DOWN THE HILL DURING THE SKIFLYING WORLDCUP IN OBERSTDORF. 
Veli-Matti Lindstroem of Finland soars down the hill during the skiflying World Cup in Oberstdorf March 3, 2001. Lindstroem ranked second behind team-mate Risto Jussilainen and ahead of team-mate Matti Hautamaeki.

JS/WS 
SPORT SKI FLYING
RTR13D6P 
March 03, 2001 
Risto Jussilainen of Finland (back) stands with team members Veli-Matti Lindstroem (L) and Matti Hautamaeki... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
FINLAND'S TEAM MEMBERS CELEBRATE AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF SKI FLYING WORLDCUP IN OBERSTDORF. 
Risto Jussilainen of Finland (back) stands with team members Veli-Matti Lindstroem (L) and Matti Hautamaeki after the ski flying World Cup in Oberstdorf March 3, 2001. Jussilainen got first rank ahead of Lindstroem and the third placed Hautamaeki.

JS/WS 
SPORT SKI FLYING
RTR13D6L 
March 03, 2001 
Finland's Risto Jussilainen celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup in Oberstdorf, March... 
Oberstdorf, Germany 
RISTO JUSSILAINEN FROM FINLAND CELEBRATES WIN IN SKI JUMPING WORLD CUP IN OBERSTDORF. 
Finland's Risto Jussilainen celebrates his victory in the ski jumping World Cup in Oberstdorf, March 3, 2001. Risto won the competition ahead of his team mates Veli-Matti Lindstroem and Matti Hautamaeki.

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