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March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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RTR1YV08
March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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RTR1YV07
March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, starts a practice run on a purpose...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill starts a practice run on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, starts a practice run on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, pauses to talk to a journalist on...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill pauses to talk to a journalist on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, pauses to talk to a journalist on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, practices on a purpose built track...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill practices on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, practices on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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RTR1YUZT
March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, climbs to the start line on a purpose...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill climbs to the start line on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, climbs to the start line on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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RTR1YUZR
March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1YUZP
March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1YUZG
March 28, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, pauses to talk to a journalist on...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill pauses to talk to a journalist on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, pauses to talk to a journalist on a purpose-built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1YPXS
March 25, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1YPXR
March 25, 2008
BMX rider Luke Maddill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Maddill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Maddill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1YPXP
March 25, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1YPXO
March 25, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, practices on a purpose built track...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill practices on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, practices on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1YPXN
March 25, 2008
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built...
Sydney, Australia
BMX rider Madill flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney
BMX rider Luke Madill, who is currently ranked fifth in the world, flies over a jump on a purpose built track in his back yard in Sydney's western suburbs March 25, 2008. Madill and his father Roger built the Olympic length BMX track, complete with an 8-metre-high (26 feet) start ramp, so he can prepare for the 2008 Olympic games on a course that resembles the track riders will compete on in Beijing. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
ENVIRONMENT VOLCANO
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May 11, 2000
Luke Madill of Abbottsford, British Columbia looks over a diaroma of Mount St. Helens at the Johnston...
Mount Saint Helens, USA
VISITORS FLOCK TO MOUNT ST HELENS DURING ERUPTION ANNIVERSARY.
Luke Madill of Abbottsford, British Columbia looks over a diaroma of Mount St. Helens at the Johnston Ridge Observatory on May 11, 2000. Some 700,000 visitors are expected to visit the National Monument this year, the 20th anniverary of the May 18, 1980 eruption where 57 people in the blast zone perished from the 650-mph explosion of ash, rock and gases that tore apart the Northeast face of the mountain. The 1980 eruption took off the top 1,400 feet of this still active 8,356 foot Cascade Mountain volcano. apb/Photo by Anthony P.

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