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April 10, 2008
Australian skip Hugh Millikin (C) encourages team mate Steve Johns to sweep hard during their game against...
Grand Forks, Canada
Australian skip Hugh Millikin encourages team mate Steve Johns during the World Men's Curling Championships...
Australian skip Hugh Millikin (C) encourages team mate Steve Johns to sweep hard during their game against China at the World Men's Curling Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota April 10, 2008. REUTERS/Andy Clark (UNITED STATES)
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April 10, 2008
Australian skip Hugh Millikin (top) encourages team mate Steve Johns to sweep hard during their game...
Grand Forks, Canada
Australian skip Millikin encourages team mate Johns to sweep hard during their game against China in...
Australian skip Hugh Millikin (top) encourages team mate Steve Johns to sweep hard during their game against China at the World Men's Curling Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota April 10, 2008. REUTERS/Andy Clark (UNITED STATES)
CURLING-MENS/WORLDS
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April 07, 2008
Australia's Sean Hall raises his arms after he and team mates Hugh Millikin and Ian Palangio (2nd R)...
Grand Forks, UNITED STATES
Australia defeats Germany during the World Men's Curling Championships in Grand Forks
Australia's Sean Hall raises his arms after he and team mates Hugh Millikin and Ian Palangio (2nd R) defeated first place Germany 5-3 during the World Men's Curling Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota April 7, 2008. Looking on are German's Andreas Kempf (L) and skip Andreas Kapp. REUTERS/Andy Clark (UNITED STATES)
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April 06, 2008
Canadian skip Kevin Martin (L) and Australian skip Hugh Millikin take time from their respective games...
Grand Forks, UNITED STATES
Canada's skip Martin and Australian skip Millikin chat during the World Men's Curling Championships in...
Canadian skip Kevin Martin (L) and Australian skip Hugh Millikin take time from their respective games to joke during the World Men's Curling Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota April 5, 2008. Canada was playing Denmark while Australia was playing Sweden. REUTERS/Andy Clark (UNITED STATES)
CURLING-MENS WORLDS/
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April 06, 2008
Canada's skip Kevin Martin (L) and Australian skip Hugh Millikin take time from their respective games...
Grand Forks, UNITED STATES
Canada's skip Martin and Australian skip Millikin chat during the World Men's Curling Championships in...
Canada's skip Kevin Martin (L) and Australian skip Hugh Millikin take time from their respective games to chat during the World Men's Curling Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota April 5, 2008. Canada was playing Denmark while Australia was playing Sweden. REUTERS/Andy Clark (UNITED STATES)
CURLING/
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April 05, 2007
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin directs his sweepers during the World Curling Championships against Canada...
Edmonton, Canada
Australia's Millikin directs team against Canada at curling championships in Edmonton
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin directs his sweepers during the World Curling Championships against Canada in Edmonton April 5, 2007. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA)
CURLING/
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April 03, 2007
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin is blurred as he slides through the house while delivering a rock against...
Edmonton, Canada
Australia's Millikin delivers rock against Denmark during curling championships in Edmonton
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin is blurred as he slides through the house while delivering a rock against Denmark at the Men's World Curling Championship in Edmonton April 3, 2007. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA)
CURLING/
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April 03, 2007
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (C) waves to supporters as he walks off the ice with teammates Sean Hall...
Edmonton, Canada
Australia's Millikin defeats Denmark at curling championships in Edmonton
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (C) waves to supporters as he walks off the ice with teammates Sean Hall (L) and Ian Palangio after defeating Denmark at the Men's World Curling Championship in Edmonton April 3, 2007. Denmark's skip Johnny Frederikisen (front R) walks away. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA)
CURLING/
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April 02, 2007
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (C) delivers third rock against Finland during Mens' World Curling Championship...
Edmonton, Canada
Australia's Millikin delivers rock against Finland during curling championships in Edmonton
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (C) delivers third rock against Finland during Mens' World Curling Championship action in Edmonton April 2, 2007. Preparing to sweep are Mike Woloschuk (L) and Sean Hall. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA)
SPORT CURLING
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April 05, 2006
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin gestures to his sweepers during their game against the United States at...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Australia's skip Millikin gestures to his sweepers during 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell...
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin gestures to his sweepers during their game against the United States at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
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April 05, 2006
(Top-Bottom) Sweden's skip Nils Carlsen, Canada's skip Jean-Michel Menard, Australia's skip Hugh Millikin,...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Sweden Carlsen, Canada Menard, Australia Millikin, and Denmark Schmidt wait for their sweepers at World...
(Top-Bottom) Sweden's skip Nils Carlsen, Canada's skip Jean-Michel Menard, Australia's skip Hugh Millikin, and Denmark's Ulrik Schmidt wait for their sweepers to deliver the rock at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 5, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
SPORT CURLING
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April 04, 2006
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin shouts to his sweepers during their game against Ireland at the 2006 World...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Australia's skip Millikin shouts to his sweepers during game against Ireland at World Men's Curling Championship...
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin shouts to his sweepers during their game against Ireland at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 4, 2006. Australia won 10-4. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
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April 03, 2006
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin reacts after delivering a rock during their game against Switzerland at...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin reacts after delivering rock during game against Switzerland at World...
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin reacts after delivering a rock during their game against Switzerland at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 3, 2006. Australia won 7-6. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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April 02, 2006
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (C) delivers a rock during their round robin game against Canada at the...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Australia's Millikin delivers rock during game against Canada at World Men's Curling Championship in...
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (C) delivers a rock during their round robin game against Canada at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 2, 2006. Australia won 9-8 in an extra end. REUTERS/Justin Ide
SPORT CURLING
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April 02, 2006
Australia skipper Hugh Millikin (R) celebrates with teammate Steve Johns as Canada's skipper Jean-Michel...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Millikin of Australia celebrates after game against Canada at World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell...
Australia skipper Hugh Millikin (R) celebrates with teammate Steve Johns as Canada's skipper Jean-Michel Menard (2nd L) leaves the ice after Australia defeated Canada during their round robin game at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 2, 2006.
REUTERS/Justin Ide
SPORT CURLING
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April 02, 2006
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (R) delivers a rock during their round robin game against Canada at the...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Australia's Millikin delivers rock during game against Canada at World Men's Curling Championship in...
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin (R) delivers a rock during their round robin game against Canada at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 2, 2006. Australia won 9-8 in an extra end. REUTERS/Justin Ide
SPORT CURLING
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April 02, 2006
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin delivers a rock during their round robin game against Canada at the 2006...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Australia's Millikin delivers rock during game against Canada at World Men's Curling Championship in...
Australia's skip Hugh Millikin delivers a rock during their round robin game against Canada at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts April 2, 2006. REUTERS/Justin Ide
SPORT CURLING
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April 01, 2006
Australian skip Hugh Millikin delivers a rock during their round robin game against Scotland at the 2006...
Lowell, UNITED STATES
Australian skip Hugh Millikin delivers a rock during their round robin game against Scotland in Lowell...
Australian skip Hugh Millikin delivers a rock during their round robin game against Scotland at the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship in Lowell, Massachusetts, April 1, 2006. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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April 05, 1998
Canadian skip Wayne Middaugh (R) jokes with Australian skip Hugh Millikin prior to their second draw...
Canada
CANADIAN AND AUSTRALIAN CURLING SKIPS JOKE
Canadian skip Wayne Middaugh (R) jokes with Australian skip Hugh Millikin prior to their second draw match at the World Curling Championships April 5. Canada defated Australia 11-2 to go 2-0 in the tournament while the Australian team stands at 1-1.

SPORT CURLING
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March 25, 1996
Australian skip Hugh Millikin watches his shot during his match against Canada in men's fourth draw action...
Canada
SPORT CURLING AUSSIE SKIP CURLS
Australian skip Hugh Millikin watches his shot during his match against Canada in men's fourth draw action at the World Curling Championships in Hamilton, March 25. The finals are on March 31.

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