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ATHLETICS/
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March 09, 2012 
Edwin Cheruiyot Soi of Kenya, Moses Ndiema Kipsiro of Uganda and Craig Mottram of Australia (L to R)... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Soi of Kenya, Kipsiro of Uganda and Mottram of Australia compete at the men's 3,000m heats during the... 
Edwin Cheruiyot Soi of Kenya, Moses Ndiema Kipsiro of Uganda and Craig Mottram of Australia (L to R) compete at the men's 3,000m heats during the world indoor athletics championships at the Atakoy Athletics Arena in Istanbul March 9, 2012. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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September 01, 2011 
Craig Mottram of Australia looks down after failing to qualify for the next round following his men's... 
Daegu, South Korea 
Mottram looks down after his men's 5,000 metres heat at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu 
Craig Mottram of Australia looks down after failing to qualify for the next round following his men's 5,000 metres heat at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu September 1, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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September 01, 2011 
Craig Mottram of Australia (L) crosses the finish line failing to qualify for the next round after the... 
Daegu, South Korea 
Mottram crosses the finish line in his men's 5,000 metres heat at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu... 
Craig Mottram of Australia (L) crosses the finish line failing to qualify for the next round after the men's 5,000 metres heat at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu September 1, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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September 01, 2011 
Craig Mottram of Australia walks off the track after failing to qualify for the next round after his... 
Daegu, South Korea 
Mottram walks off the track after failing to qualify for the next round at the IAAF World Championships... 
Craig Mottram of Australia walks off the track after failing to qualify for the next round after his men's 5,000 metres heat at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu September 1, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS-LONDON/
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August 05, 2011 
Australia's Craig Mottram wins the men's 5000m during the London Grand Prix, Diamond League, athletics... 
London, United Kingdom 
Australia's Craig Mottram wins the men's 5000m during the London Grand Prix, Diamond League, athletics... 
Australia's Craig Mottram wins the men's 5000m during the London Grand Prix, Diamond League, athletics meeting at Crystal Palace in London August 5, 2011. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
OLYMPICS-BASKETBALL/
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August 09, 2008 
Australia's Jenni Screen (R) kisses Neil Mottram, brother of Australian runner Craig Mottram, after the... 
Beijing, China 
Australia's Screen kisses Mottram after the women's basketball Preliminary Round Group A Game 1 at the... 
Australia's Jenni Screen (R) kisses Neil Mottram, brother of Australian runner Craig Mottram, after the women's basketball Preliminary Round Group A Game 1 between Belarus and Australia at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (CHINA) 
ATHLETICS/
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February 02, 2008 
Bernard Lagat (L) of the U.S. runs ahead of Australia's Craig Mottram during the Wanamaker Mile at the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Lagat of the U.S. runs ahead of Australia's Mottram during the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games at... 
Bernard Lagat (L) of the U.S. runs ahead of Australia's Craig Mottram during the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York February 1, 2008. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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February 02, 2008 
Bernard Lagat (L) of the U.S. runs ahead of Australia's Craig Mottram during the Wanamaker Mile at the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Lagat of the U.S. runs ahead of Australia's Mottram during the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games at... 
Bernard Lagat (L) of the U.S. runs ahead of Australia's Craig Mottram during the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York February 1, 2008. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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February 02, 2008 
Bernard Lagat (R) of the U.S. heads for the finish line ahead of Australia's Craig Mottram (L) to win... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Lagat beats Mottram in Wanamaker Mile at Millrose Games in New York 
Bernard Lagat (R) of the U.S. heads for the finish line ahead of Australia's Craig Mottram (L) to win the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York February 1, 2008. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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August 30, 2007 
Ethiopia's Abraham Cherkos (533), Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge (768), Matthew Tegenkamp of the U.S. (1143)... 
Osaka, Japan 
Athletes compete during the men's 5000 metres heats at the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championship in... 
Ethiopia's Abraham Cherkos (533), Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge (768), Matthew Tegenkamp of the U.S. (1143) and Australia's Craig Mottram (340) compete during the men's 5000 metres heats at the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championship in Osaka August 30, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (JAPAN) 
ATHLETICS/
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June 14, 2007 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia leads the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic track meet in... 
Eugene, UNITED STATES 
Mottram of Australia leads the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia leads the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic track meet in Eugene, Oregon June 10, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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June 14, 2007 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia wins the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic track meet in... 
Eugene, UNITED STATES 
Mottram of Australia wins the two-mile run at Prefontaine Classic 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia wins the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic track meet in Eugene, Oregon June 10, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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June 14, 2007 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia wins the men's two-mile run ahead of Tariku Bekele (101) of Ethiopia... 
Eugene, UNITED STATES 
Mottram of Australia wins the two-mile run at Prefontaine Classic 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia wins the men's two-mile run ahead of Tariku Bekele (101) of Ethiopia at the Prefontaine Classic track meet in Eugene, Oregon June 10, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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June 14, 2007 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia wins the men's two-mile run ahead of Tariku Bekele (101) of Ethiopia... 
Eugene, UNITED STATES 
Mottram of Australia wins the two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic 
Craig Mottram (104) of Australia wins the men's two-mile run ahead of Tariku Bekele (101) of Ethiopia at the Prefontaine Classic track meet in Eugene, Oregon June 10, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/PREFONTAINE
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June 10, 2007 
Craig Mottram of Australia wins the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic grand prix in Eugene,... 
Eugene, UNITED STATES 
Craig Mottram of Australia wins the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic grand prix in Eugene... 
Craig Mottram of Australia wins the men's two-mile run at the Prefontaine Classic grand prix in Eugene, Oregon on June 10, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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June 10, 2007 
Craig Mottram of Australia wins the men's two mile run at the Prefontaine Classic grand prix in Eugene,... 
Eugene, UNITED STATES 
Craig Mottram of Australia wins the men's two mile run at the Prefontaine Classic grand prix in Eugene... 
Craig Mottram of Australia wins the men's two mile run at the Prefontaine Classic grand prix in Eugene, Oregon June 10, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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February 03, 2007 
Bernard Lagat (R) beats Craig Mottram to win the Wanamaker Mile at the 100th Millrose Games at Madison... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Bernard Lagat beats Craig Mottram to win the Wanamaker Mile at the 100th Millrose Games at Madison Square... 
Bernard Lagat (R) beats Craig Mottram to win the Wanamaker Mile at the 100th Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York, February 2, 2007. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/
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February 03, 2007 
Bernard Lagat (R) beats Craig Mottram to win the Wanamaker Mile at the running of the 100th Millrose... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Bernard Lagat beats Craig Mottram to win the Wanamaker Mile at the running of the 100th Millrose Games... 
Bernard Lagat (R) beats Craig Mottram to win the Wanamaker Mile at the running of the 100th Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York, February 2, 2007. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/BOSTON
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January 28, 2007 
Craig Mottram of Australia celebrates after winning the men's 3,000-meter run with a time of 7:39.24... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Craig Mottram of Australia celebrates after winning the men's 3000 meter run in Boston 
Craig Mottram of Australia celebrates after winning the men's 3,000-meter run with a time of 7:39.24 and setting an Australian indoor record at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games in Boston, Massachusetts January 27, 2007. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/BOSTON
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January 28, 2007 
Craig Mottram of Australia runs the men's 3,000-meter run, winning the race with a time of 7:39.24 and... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Mottram of Australia runs the men's 3000-meter run at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games in Boston 
Craig Mottram of Australia runs the men's 3,000-meter run, winning the race with a time of 7:39.24 and setting an Australian indoor record, at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games in Boston, Massachusetts January 27, 2007. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES) 
ATHLETICS/BOSTON
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January 28, 2007 
Craig Mottram of Australia runs the men's 3,000-meter run, winning the race with a time of 7:39.24 and... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Mottram of Australia runs the men's 3000-meter run at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games in Boston 
Craig Mottram of Australia runs the men's 3,000-meter run, winning the race with a time of 7:39.24 and setting an Australian indoor record, at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games in Boston, Massachusetts January 27, 2007. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT ATHLETICS CUP
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September 17, 2006 
Australia's Craig Mottram runs to first place in the 3000 metres event at the IAAF World Cup athletics... 
Athens, Greece 
Australia's Mottram runs to first place in 3000 metres event at he IAAF World Cup Athletics tournament... 
Australia's Craig Mottram runs to first place in the 3000 metres event at the IAAF World Cup athletics tournament in Athens September 17, 2006. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE) 
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
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April 01, 2006 
Craig Mottram (2nd L) of Australia runs during the men's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross... 
Fukuoka, Japan 
Mottram of Australia runs during men's four-kilometre race in Fukuoka 
Craig Mottram (2nd L) of Australia runs during the men's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 1, 2006. Mottram placed 11th in 11 minutes 10 seconds. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama 
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
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April 01, 2006 
Winner Kenenisa Bekele (C) of Ethiopia runs during the men's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World... 
Fukuoka, Japan 
Winner Bekele of Ethiopia runs during race in Fukuoka 
Winner Kenenisa Bekele (C) of Ethiopia runs during the men's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 1, 2006. Bekele clocked 10 minutes 54 seconds to complete his fifth continuous victory in the short four-km race of the championships. Australian Craig Mottram is seen on the right behind Bekele. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama 
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
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April 01, 2006 
Winner Kenenisa Bekele (C) of Ethiopia runs during the men's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World... 
Fukuoka, Japan 
Winner Bekele of Ethiopia runs during race in Fukuoka 
Winner Kenenisa Bekele (C) of Ethiopia runs during the men's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 1, 2006. Bekele clocked 10 minutes 54 seconds to complete his fifth continuous victory in the short four-km race of the championships. Australian Craig Mottram is seen on the right behind Bekele. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama 
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 25, 2006 
Australia's Craig Mottram (R) reacts after falling during the men's 1500m final at the Commonwealth Games... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Australia's Mottram reacts after falling during men's 1500m final at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne 
Australia's Craig Mottram (R) reacts after falling during the men's 1500m final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 25, 2006. Beside him is Australia's Mark Fountain. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 20, 2006 
Kenya's gold medallist Augustine Choge (L-R), Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram, Kenya's bronze... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Kenya's Choge, Australia's Mottram, Kenya's Limo and Ebuya compete during men's 5000m final at Commonwealth... 
Kenya's gold medallist Augustine Choge (L-R), Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram, Kenya's bronze medallist Benjamin Limo and Kenya's Joseph Ebuya, who came in fourth, compete during the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 20, 2006 
Kenya's bronze medallist Benjamin Limo (R) congratulates Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram after... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Kenya's bronze medallist Limo congratulates Australia's silver medallist Mottram after men's 5000m final... 
Kenya's bronze medallist Benjamin Limo (R) congratulates Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram after the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Andy Clark 
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 20, 2006 
Kenya's Augustine Choge (C) celebrates as he wins gold in the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Kenya's Choge celebrates winning men's 5000m final at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne 
Kenya's Augustine Choge (C) celebrates as he wins gold in the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. Also seen are Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram (L) and bronze medallist Kenya's Benjamin Limo. REUTERS/Andy Clark 
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 20, 2006 
Kenya's Augustine Choge (C) celebrates as he wins gold in the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Kenya's Choge celebrates winning men's 5000m final at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne 
Kenya's Augustine Choge (C) celebrates as he wins gold in the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. Also seen are Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram (L) and bronze medallist Kenya's Benjamin Limo. REUTERS/Andy Clark 
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 20, 2006 
Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram (C, in yellow) congratulates Kenya's bronze medallist Benjamin... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Australia's Mottram congratulates Kenya's Limo, Choge and Ebuya after men's 5000m final at Commonwealth... 
Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram (C, in yellow) congratulates Kenya's bronze medallist Benjamin Limo (2nd L), gold medallist Augustine Choge (R) and Joseph Ebuya after the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
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March 20, 2006 
Kenya's bronze medallist Benjamin Limo, gold medallist Augustine Choge and Joseph Ebuya (L-R) celebrate... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Kenyas Limo, Choge and Ebuya celebrate after mens 5000m final at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne 
Kenya's bronze medallist Benjamin Limo, gold medallist Augustine Choge and Joseph Ebuya (L-R) celebrate after the men's 5000m final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. Behind them is Australia's silver medallist Craig Mottram. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA
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March 09, 2006 
Craig Mottram of Australia runs to win the 2,000 metres race at the A-Series athletics meet, part of... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Mottram of Australia wins at A-Series athletics meet in Melbourne 
Craig Mottram of Australia runs to win the 2,000 metres race at the A-Series athletics meet, part of the IAAF World Athletics Tour, at Melbourne's Olympic Park March 9, 2006. Around 155 athletes from 20 countries are competing in the meet as a warm-up for the Commonwealth Games starting in Melbourne on March 15. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA
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March 09, 2006 
Craig Mottram of Australia celebrates winning the 2,000 metres race at the A-Series athletics meet, part... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Mottram of Australia celebrates win at A-Series athletics meet in Melbourne 
Craig Mottram of Australia celebrates winning the 2,000 metres race at the A-Series athletics meet, part of the IAAF World Athletics Tour, at Melbourne's Olympic Park March 9, 2006. Around 155 athletes from 20 countries are competing in the meet as a warm-up for the Commonwealth Games starting in Melbourne on March 15. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA
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March 09, 2006 
Craig Mottram of Australia celebrates winning the 2,000 metres race at the A-Series athletics meet, part... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Mottram of Australia celebrates win at A-Series athletics meet in Melbourne 
Craig Mottram of Australia celebrates winning the 2,000 metres race at the A-Series athletics meet, part of the IAAF World Athletics Tour, at Melbourne's Olympic Park March 9, 2006. Around 155 athletes from 20 countries are competing in the meet as a warm-up for the Commonwealth Games starting in Melbourne on March 15. REUTERS/David Gray 
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August 14, 2005 
Craig Mottram of Australia kisses the bronze medal he won in the men's 5000 metres race at the world... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Craig Mottram of Australia kisses the bronze medal he won in the men's 5000 metres race at the world..... 
Craig Mottram of Australia kisses the bronze medal he won in the men's 5000 metres race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. 
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August 14, 2005 
Benjamin Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Benjamin Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championshi..... 
Benjamin Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Limo won the gold medal ahead of[ Sileshi Sihine of Ethiopia who took silver and Craig Mottram of Australia who won bronze.] 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki.... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in ... 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki. Benjamin Limo (2nd L) of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Limo won the gold medal ahead of Sileshi Sihine of Ethopia who took silver and Craig Mottram of Australia who won bronze. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Gold medallist Benjamin Limo (C) of Kenya poses with silver medallist Sileshi Sihine (L) of Ethiopia... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Limo poses with Sihine and Mottram during men's 5000 metres medals ceremony in Helsinki. 
Gold medallist Benjamin Limo (C) of Kenya poses with silver medallist Sileshi Sihine (L) of Ethiopia and bronze medallist Craig Mottram (R) of Australia during the men's 5000 metres medals ceremony at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich GB/JJ 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Craig Mottram of Australia kisses bronze medal he won in men's 5000 metres race at world athletics championships... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Craig Mottram of Australia kisses bronze medal he won in men's 5000 metres race at world athletics ...... 
Craig Mottram of Australia kisses bronze medal he won in men's 5000 metres race at world athletics championships in Helsinki. Craig Mottram of Australia kisses the bronze medal he won in the men's 5000 metres race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Mottram of Australia reacts as he crosses the finish line in men's 5000m race at the world athletics... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Mottram of Australia reacts as he crosses the finish line in men's 5000m race at the world ... 
Mottram of Australia reacts as he crosses the finish line in men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki 2005. Craig Mottram of Australia reacts as he crosses the finish line in the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Benjamin Limo of Kenya won the gold medal ahead of Sileshi Sihine of Ethopia who took silver and Mottram who won bronze. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Mottram of Australia reacts after completing men's 5,000 metres final at world athletics championships... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Mottram of Australia reacts after completing men's 5,000 metres final at world athletics ... 
Mottram of Australia reacts after completing men's 5,000 metres final at world athletics championships in Helsinki. Craig Mottram of Australia reacts after completing the men's 5,000 metres final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Mottram won the bronze in a time of 13 minutes 32.96 seconds. REUTERS/Charles Platiau 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki.... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in ... 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki. Benjamin Limo of Kenya (2nd L) celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Limo won the gold medal ahead of Sileshi Sihine of Ethopia who took silver and Craig Mottram of Australia who won the bronze. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Mottram of Australia gestures after completing the men's 5,000 metres final at the world athletics championships... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Mottram of Australia gestures after completing the men's 5,000 metres final at the world athletics ...... 
Mottram of Australia gestures after completing the men's 5,000 metres final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki. Craig Mottram of Australia gestures after completing the men's 5,000 metres final at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Mottram won the bronze in a time of 13 minutes 32.96 seconds. REUTERS/Charles Platiau 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki.... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in ... 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki. Benjamin Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Limo won the gold medal ahead of Sileshi Sihine of Ethopia who took silver and Craig Mottram of Australia who won bronze. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 14, 2005 
Benjamin Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins men's 5000m race at world athletics championships in Helsinki. 
Benjamin Limo of Kenya celebrates as he wins the men's 5000m race at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 14, 2005. Limo won the gold medal ahead of Sileshi Sihine of Ethopia who took silver and Craig Mottram of Australia who won bronze. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn DJM/TZ 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 11, 2005 
Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya (R) looks at Craig Mottram of Australia as they cross the finish line of the... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Kipchoge of Kenya looks at Mottram of Australia as they cross the finish line in Helsinki. 
Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya (R) looks at Craig Mottram of Australia as they cross the finish line of the men's 5,000 metres second heat at the world athletics championships in Helsinki August 11, 2005. Kipchoge finished the heat in first place, while Mottram came in second. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi CN/JJ 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 11, 2005 
(L to R) Craig Mottram of Australia, Sileshi Sihine of Ethopia and Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya compete in... 
Helsinki, Finland 
Athletes compete in the en's 5,000 metres heat at the world athletics championships in Helsinki. 
(L to R) Craig Mottram of Australia, Sileshi Sihine of Ethopia and Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya compete in the men's 5,000 metres second heat at the world athletics championships in Helsinki, Finland August 11, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Dalder CN/JJ 
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
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August 28, 2004 
Australia's Craig Mottram leads Zersenay Tadesse of Eritrea at the back of the field in the men's 5000... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
Australia's Craig Mottram leads Zersenay Tadesse of Eritrea at the back of the field in the men's ...... 
Australia's Craig Mottram leads Zersenay Tadesse of Eritrea at the back of the field in the men's 5000 meters. Australia's Craig Mottram (R) leads Zersenay Tadesse of Eritrea at the back of the field in the men's 5,000 meters at the main Olympic Stadium during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 28, 2004. Mottram and Tadesse finished out of the medals as Morroco's El Guerrouj won the gold. REUTERS/Nigel Marple 
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
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August 25, 2004 
Olympic athletes run during a heat of the men's 5000 metres at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 25,... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
Athletes run during a heat of the men's 5000 metres at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. 
Olympic athletes run during a heat of the men's 5000 metres at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 25, 2004. The athletes are (front L-R) Australia's Craig Mottram, Ethiopia's Gebre Egziabher Gebremariam, Kenya's Abraham Chebii, Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele and Morocco's Hicham El Guerrouj. REUTERS/David Gray CP/DL 
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
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August 25, 2004 
Olympic athletes run during a heat of the men's 5000 metres at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 25,... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
Athletes run during a heat of the men's 5000 metres at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. 
Olympic athletes run during a heat of the men's 5000 metres at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 25, 2004. The athletes are (front L-R) Australia's Craig Mottram, Ethiopia's Gebre Egziabher Gebremariam, Kenya's Abraham Chebii, Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele and Morocco's Hicham El Guerrouj. REUTERS/David Gray CP/DL 
SPORT ATHLETICS
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July 30, 2004 
Ethiopia's Gebrselassie wins the men's 5000 metres final ahead of Australian Mottram at the London Grand... 
London, United Kingdom 
Ethiopia's Gebrselassie wins the men's 5000 metres final ahead of Australian Mottram at the London Grand... 
Ethiopia's Gebrselassie wins the men's 5000 metres final ahead of Australian Mottram at the London Grand Prix international athletics meeting. Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie (L) crosses the finish line to win the men's 5000 metres final ahead of Australian Craig Mottram (R) at the London Grand Prix international athletics meeting, Crystal Palace, south London, July 30, 2004. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD CUP
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September 21, 2002 
Australian Craig Mottran, representing Oceania, runs on his way to win the 3000m event during 9th World... 
Madrid, Spain 
AUSTRALIAN MOTTRAM WINS 3000 METRE EVENT AT WORLD CUP IN MADRID. 
Australian Craig Mottran, representing Oceania, runs on his way to win the 3000m event during 9th World Cup in Athletics in Madrid September 21, 2002. Mottran set a new championship record with a time of 7 minutes 41.37 seconds REUTERS/Sergio Perez

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SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD CUP
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September 21, 2002 
Australia's Craig Mottram competing for Oceania celebrates winning the
3000 metre race at the 9th World... 
Madrid, Spain 
AUSTRALIAN MOTTRAM WINS 3000 METRE EVENT AT WORLD CUP IN MADRID. 
Australia's Craig Mottram competing for Oceania celebrates winning the
3000 metre race at the 9th World Cup in Athletics in Madrid September
21, 2002. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD CUP
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September 21, 2002 
Australia's Craig Mottram competing for Oceania celebrates winning the
3000 metre race at the ninth... 
Madrid, Spain 
AUSTRALIAN MOTTRAM WINS 3000 METRE EVENT AT WORLD CUP IN MADRID. 
Australia's Craig Mottram competing for Oceania celebrates winning the
3000 metre race at the ninth World Cup in Athletics in Madrid September
21, 2002. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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SPORT ATHLETICS
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May 11, 2002 
Morocco's Abdulkader Hachlaf (35) edges out Seneca Lassiter (46) and
Bryan Berryhill (41), both of the... 
Osaka, Japan 
MOROCCO'S HACHLAF WINS THE MEN'S 1500 METRES FINAL AT THE IAAF JAPAN
GRAND PRIX IN OSAKA. 
Morocco's Abdulkader Hachlaf (35) edges out Seneca Lassiter (46) and
Bryan Berryhill (41), both of the United States, along with Australian
Craig Mottram (3) to win the men's 1,500 metres final at the IAAF Japan
Grand Prix in Osaka, western Japan, on May 11, 2002. Hachlaf won with a
time of three minutes 40.36 seconds, while Lassiter placed second,
Berryhill took third, and Mottram placed fourth. REUTERS/Kimimasa
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SPORT ATHLETICS
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August 09, 2001 
Reyes Estevez (296) of Spain leads the pack to win his heat with Rui
Silva (920) of Portugal, Craig... 
Edmonton, Canada 
ESTEVEZ LEADS PACK IN MENS 1500 METER QUALIFIER. 
Reyes Estevez (296) of Spain leads the pack to win his heat with Rui
Silva (920) of Portugal, Craig Mottram (44) of Australia, William
Chirchir (674) of Kenya, and Kevin Sullivan (184) of Canada following,
in a men's 1500 meter qualifier at the World Championships in
Athletics, in Edmonton August 9, 2001. Estevez finished first in a time
of three minutes, 38.27 seconds, Driss Maazouzi of France came in
second in three minutes, 38.44 and Chirchir was third in three minutes,
38.69.

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SPORT ATHLETICS AUSTRALIA
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August 19, 2000 
Australia's Craig Mottram (L) is held back by David Byrne (R) while having discussion with Craig Mottram... 
Sydney, Australia 
MOTTRAM AND HOWARTH HAVE ALTERCATION AFTER MENS 1500 METERS FINAL. 
Australia's Craig Mottram (L) is held back by David Byrne (R) while having discussion with Craig Mottram (C) after they collided in the final meters of the men's 1500 meters final at the Australian Athletic Championships in Sydney August 19, 2000. Mottram won the race as Australian and New Zealand athletes were competing in trials to qualify for next months Olympic Games in Sydney.

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SPORT ATHLETICS AUSTRALIA
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August 19, 2000 
Australia's Craig Mottram (L) stumbles on the track near the finish line after a collision with compatriot... 
Sydney, Australia 
MOTTRAM AND HOWARTH COLLIDE IN MENS 1500 METERS FINAL AT SYDNEYS OLYMPIC STADIUM. 
Australia's Craig Mottram (L) stumbles on the track near the finish line after a collision with compatriot Nick Howarth (R) during the 1500 meters final at the Australian Athletic Championships in Sydney August 19, 2000. Australian and New Zealand athletes were competiting in trials to qualify for next months Olympic Games in Sydney.

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SPORT ATHLETICS AUSTRALIA
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August 19, 2000 
Australia's Craig Mottram falls on the track near the finish line after a collision with compatriot Nick... 
Sydney, Australia 
CRAIG MOTTRAM FALLS IN MENS 1500 METERS FINAL AT AUSTRALIAN ATHLETICS TRIALS INSYDNEY. 
Australia's Craig Mottram falls on the track near the finish line after a collision with compatriot Nick Howarth (R) as New Zealand's Hamish Christensen (L) runs in during the 1500 meters final at the Australian Athletic Championships in Sydney August 19, 2000. Australian and New Zealand athletes were competing in trials to qualify for next months Olympic Games in Sydney.

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