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OLYMPICS
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February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee (IOC) director general Francois Carrard (R) speaks next to Arne Ljungqvist,...
Salt Lake City, USA
International Olympic Committee (IOC) director general Francois Carrard (R) speaks next to Arne Ljun.....
International Olympic Committee (IOC) director general Francois Carrard (R) speaks next to Arne Ljungqvist, the international Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF) medical commission chairman, during a news conference in Salt Lake City, February 24, 2002. [Carrard said on Sunday Spanish triple Winter Olympics champion Johann Muehlegg and record-equaling Larisa Lazutina of Russia were both stripped of a gold medal on Sunday after the cross-country skiers tested positive for a new blood-boosting drug.]
SAMARANCH
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February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch talks to the media...
Salt Lake City, USA
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch talks to the medi.....
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch talks to the media about the alleged doping scandal involving Spain's triple gold medalist, [cross country skier Johann Muehlegg at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games as Samaranch leaves the IOC's hotel in Salt Lake City February 24, 2002. Samaranch told reporters that the scandal did not represent a shame upon the Olympics, saying "The IOC is showing to the world that the committee is fighting against doping." ]
SAMARANCH
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February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch [is surrounded by...
Salt Lake City, USA
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch [is surrounded by.....
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch [is surrounded by media asking about the alleged doping scandal involving Spain's triple gold medalist, cross country skier Johann Muehlegg at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, as Samaranch leaves the IOC's hotel in Salt Lake City February 24, 2002. Samaranch told reporters that the scandal did not represent a shame upon the Olympics, saying "The IOC is showing to the world that the committee is fighting against doping."]
SAMARANCH
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February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch talks to the media...
Salt Lake City, USA
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch talks to the medi.....
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan Antonio Samaranch talks to the media about the [alleged doping scandal involving Spain's triple gold medalist, cross country skier Johann Muehlegg at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games as Samaranch leaves the IOC's hotel in Salt Lake City February 24, 2002. "I only know that there are three cases of doping," Samaranch told reporters. "The IOC is showing to the world that the committee is fighting against doping."]
SPORT OLYMPICS
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February 24, 2002
Spanish cross country gold medallist Johann Muehlegg leaves a downtown
Salt Lake City hotel February...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
SPANISH CROSS COUNTRY GOLD MEDALIST JOHANN MUEHLEGG LEAVES A SALT LAKE
CITY HOTEL.
Spanish cross country gold medallist Johann Muehlegg leaves a downtown
Salt Lake City hotel February 24, 2002. Muehlegg, a triple gold
medallist, and record-equalling Larisa Lazutina of Russia were both
stripped of a gold medal on Sunday after the cross-country skiers
tested positive for a new blood-boosting drug. REUTERS/Sue Ogrocki

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SPORT OLYMPICS
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February 24, 2002
IARNE LJUNGQVIST THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ATHLETICS FEDERATIONS
(IAAF) MEDICAL COMMISSION CHAIRMAN...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
IARNE LJUNGQVIST THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ATHLETICS FEDERATIONS
(IAAF) MEDICAL COMMISSION ......
IARNE LJUNGQVIST THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ATHLETICS FEDERATIONS
(IAAF) MEDICAL COMMISSION CHAIRMAN SPEAKS ON THE PHONE DURING A NEWS
CONFERENCE.


Arne Ljungqvist, the International Association of Athletics Federations
(IAAF) medical commission chairman, speaks on the phone during a news
conference in Salt Lake City February 24, 2002. It was announced on
Sunday that Spanish triple Winter Olympics champion Johann Muehlegg and
record-equaling Larisa Lazutina of Russia were both stripped of a gold
medal on Sunday after the cross-country skiers tested positive for a
new blood-boosting drug. REUTERS/David Loh
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTEW3
February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee (IOC) director general Francois Carrard
(R) speaks next to Arne Ljungqvist,...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
IOC DIRECTOR GENERAL FRANCOIS CARRARD SPEAKS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN
SALT LAKE CITY.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) director general Francois Carrard
(R) speaks next to Arne Ljungqvist, the international Association of
Athletics Federations' (IAAF) medical commission chairman, during a
news conference in Salt Lake City, February 24, 2002. Carrard said on
Sunday Spanish triple Winter Olympics champion Johann Muehlegg and
record-equaling Larisa Lazutina of Russia were both stripped of a gold
medal on Sunday after the cross-country skiers tested positive for a
new blood-boosting drug. REUTERS/David Loh

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTEVK
February 24, 2002
Cross country skiers Larissa Lazutina (R) and Olga Danilova (C) of
Russia and Johann Muehlegg (L) of...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
CROSS COUNTRY SKIERS EXCLUDED FROM SALT LAKE WINTER OLYMPICS FOR
DOPING.
Cross country skiers Larissa Lazutina (R) and Olga Danilova (C) of
Russia and Johann Muehlegg (L) of Spain are seen after different
competitions at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games. All three
athletes were excluded from the Games by the IOC on February 24, 2002,
after testing positive for a blood-boosting drug. REUTERS/Andrew
Winning/Kevin Lamarque

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTERK
February 24, 2002
Russia's Olga Danilova skis in the women's 30 km classical cross race
in Soldier Hollow at the Salt...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
RUSSIAN DANILOVA SKIS THE WOMENS 30 KM CLASSICAL CROSS COUNTRY EVENT.
Russia's Olga Danilova skis in the women's 30 km classical cross race
in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February
24, 2001. Danilova, along with compatriot Larissa Lazutina and Spaniard
Johann Muehlegg, all cross country skiers, were excluded from the Games
by the IOC after testing positive for a blood-boosting drug.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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SPORT OLYMPICS DOPING
RTRTEBI
February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan
Antonio Samaranch talks to the media...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
IOC HONORARY PRESIDENT SAMARANCH TALKS TO MEDIA ABOUT OLYMPIC DOPING
SCANDAL.
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan
Antonio Samaranch talks to the media about the alleged doping scandal
involving Spain's triple gold medalist, cross country skier Johann
Muehlegg at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games as Samaranch leaves
the IOC's hotel in Salt Lake City February 24, 2002. Samaranch told
reporters that the scandal did not represent a shame upon the Olympics,
saying "The IOC is showing to the world that the committee is fighting
against doping." REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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SPORT OLYMPICS DOPING
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February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan
Antonio Samaranch is surrounded by...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
IOC HONORARY PRESIDENT SAMARANCH LEAVES HOTEL DURING OLYMPIC DOPING
SCANDAL.
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan
Antonio Samaranch is surrounded by media asking about the alleged
doping scandal involving Spain's triple gold medalist, cross country
skier Johann Muehlegg at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, as
Samaranch leaves the IOC's hotel in Salt Lake City February 24, 2002.
Samaranch told reporters that the scandal did not represent a shame
upon the Olympics, saying "The IOC is showing to the world that the
committee is fighting against doping." REUTERS/Jim Bourg

JRB/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTEAL
February 24, 2002
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan
Antonio Samaranch talks to the media...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
IOC HONORARY PRESIDENT SAMARANCH TALKS ABOUT OLYMPIC DOPING SCANDAL.
International Olympic Committee honorary president for life Juan
Antonio Samaranch talks to the media about the alleged doping scandal
involving Spain's triple gold medalist, cross country skier Johann
Muehlegg at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games as Samaranch leaves
the IOC's hotel in Salt Lake City February 24, 2002. "I only know that
there are three cases of doping," Samaranch told reporters. "The IOC is
showing to the world that the committee is fighting against doping."
REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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OLYMPICS
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February 23, 2002
Olympic men's 50 km classical cross country champion Johann Muehlegg (C) of Spain poses with silver medalist...
Deer Valley, USA
Olympic men's 50 km classical cross country champion Johann Muehlegg (C) of Spain poses with silver .....
Olympic men's 50 km classical cross country champion Johann Muehlegg (C) of Spain poses with silver medalist Mikhail Ivanov (L) of Russia and bronze medalist Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia during medal ceremonies at the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 23, 2002.
OLYMPICS
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February 23, 2002
Medalists celebrate after the cross country men's 50 km classical race at Soldier Hollow during the Salt...
Soldier Hollow, USA
Medalists celebrate after the cross country men's 50 km classical race at Soldier Hollow during the .....
Medalists celebrate after the cross country men's 50 km classical race at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002. Johann Muehlegg (C) of Spain won the gold in two hours, six minutes, 05.9 seconds, ahead of silver medalist Mikhail Ivanov (L) of Russia in two hours, six minutes, 20.8 seconds and bronze medalist Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia in two hours six minutes, 44.5 seconds.
MUEHLEGG
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February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg rests on his poles after crossing the finish line in the men's 50 km cross country classical...
Soldier Hollow, USA
Johann Muehlegg rests on his poles after crossing the finish line in the men's 50 km cross country c.....
Johann Muehlegg rests on his poles after crossing the finish line in the men's 50 km cross country classical event in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002. Muehlegg won his third gold medal of these Games in a time of two hours, six minutes 05.9 seconds.
YEAREND PICTURES
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February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg rests on his poles after winning the men's 50 km cross
country event at the Salt Lake...
Soldier Hollow, USA
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Johann Muehlegg rests on his poles after winning the men's 50 km cross
country event at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23,
2002. Muehlegg won his third gold medal of the Games but was later
disqualified as he was found to have taken a substance which increased
his red blood cell count. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTEAF
February 23, 2002
Spain's triple gold medalist, cross country skier Johann Muehlegg,
shows the gold medal he won in the...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG SHOWS GOLD MEDAL BEFORE NEWS OF DOPING WAS RELEASED.
Spain's triple gold medalist, cross country skier Johann Muehlegg,
shows the gold medal he won in the 50 km classical race during the Salt
Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, at the awards ceremony late February
23, 2002. The International Olympic Committee confirmed on February 24,
2002 that traces of the blood-boosting drug, darbepoetin, had been
found in Muehlegg's urine. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTD8F
February 23, 2002
Olympic men's 50km classical cross country champion Johann Muehlegg of
Spain poses during medal ceremonies...
Deer Valley, United States of America
OLYMPIC MEN'S 50KM CLASSICAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPION MUEHLEGG POSES AT
THE WINTER OLYMPICS IN SALT LAKE...
Olympic men's 50km classical cross country champion Johann Muehlegg of
Spain poses during medal ceremonies at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter
Olympic Games, February 23, 2002. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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SPORT OLYMPICS
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February 23, 2002
Olympic men's 50 km classical cross country champion Johann Muehlegg
(C) of Spain poses with silver...
Deer Valley, United States of America
OLYMPIC MEN'S 50 KM CLASSICAL CROSS COUNTRY PODIUM IN SALT LAKE CITY.
Olympic men's 50 km classical cross country champion Johann Muehlegg
(C) of Spain poses with silver medalist Mikhail Ivanov (L) of Russia
and bronze medalist Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia during medal ceremonies
at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 23, 2002.
REUTERS/Jim Bourg

KM/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTCTJ
February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg rests on his poles after crossing the finish line in
the men's 50 km cross country classical...
Soldier Hollow, USA
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG WINS 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL AT WINTER GAMES.
Johann Muehlegg rests on his poles after crossing the finish line in
the men's 50 km cross country classical event in Soldier Hollow at the
Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002. Muehlegg won
his third gold medal of these Games in a time of two hours, six minutes
05.9 seconds, but later had the medal stripped from him after testing
positive for banned substances. REUTERS BOOKS The Art of Sport
REUTERS/Andrew Winning

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTC9Q
February 23, 2002
Medalists celebrate after the men's cross country 50 km classical race,
at Soldier Hollow during the...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MEDALISTS CELEBRATE AFTER OLYMPIC CROSS COUNTRY MENS 50KM CLASSICAL
COMPETITION AT SOLDIER HOLLOW.
Medalists celebrate after the men's cross country 50 km classical race,
at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games,
February 23, 2002. Johann Muehlegg (C) of Spain won the gold in two
hours, six minutes, 05.9 seconds, ahead of silver medalist Mikhail
Ivanov (L) of Russia in two hours, six minutes, 20.8 seconds and bronze
medalist Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia in two hours, six minutes, 44.5
seconds. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTC5L
February 23, 2002
ESTONIAN VEERPALU CELEBRATES BRONZE AFTER OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
ESTONIAN VEERPALU CELEBRATES BRONZE AFTER OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT...
ESTONIAN VEERPALU CELEBRATES BRONZE AFTER OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT SOLDIER HOLLOW.


Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia celebrates after winning the bronze medal in
the cross country men's 50 km classical race at Soldier Hollow, during
the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games February 23, 2002. Johann
Muehlegg of Spain won the gold in two hours, six minutes, 05.9 seconds
ahead of silver medalist Mikhail Ivanov of Russia in two hours, six
minutes, 20.8 seconds and bronze medalist Veerpalu in two hours, six
minutes, 44.5 seconds. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTC4T
February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates after the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANISH MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD AFTER THE OLYMPIC CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL RACE.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates after the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games February 23, 2002. Muehlegg his third gold medal og the
games in a time of two hours six minutes 05.9 seconds ahead of silver
medallist Mikhail Ivanov of Russia in two hours six minutes 20.8
seconds and bronze medallist Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia in two hours
six minutes 44.5 seconds. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

DL/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTC4E
February 23, 2002
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD AFTER THE OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD AFTER THE OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT...
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD AFTER THE OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT SOLDIER HOLLOW.


Johann Muehlegg (L) of Spain celebrates his gold medal finish as after
silver medalist Mikhail Ivanov of Russia looks on after the cross
country men's 50 km classical race at Soldier Hollow, during the Salt
Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002. Muehlegg won the
gold in two hours, six minutes, 05.9 seconds, ahead of Ivanov in two
hours, six minutes, 20.8 seconds and bronze medalist Andrus Veerpalu of
Estonia in two hours, six minutes, 44.5 seconds. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTC3G
February 23, 2002
Medalists celebrate after the cross country men's 50 km classical race
at Soldier Hollow during the...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MEDALLIST CELEBRATE AFTER THE OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS 50KM
CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT SOLDIER HOLLOW....
Medalists celebrate after the cross country men's 50 km classical race
at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games,
February 23, 2002. Johann Muehlegg (C) of Spain won the gold in two
hours, six minutes, 05.9 seconds, ahead of silver medalist Mikhail
Ivanov (L) of Russia in two hours, six minutes, 20.8 seconds and bronze
medalist Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia in two hours six minutes, 44.5
seconds. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTC2Q
February 23, 2002
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD AFTER OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT SOLDIER...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD AFTER OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT ......
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD AFTER OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS
50KM CLASSICAL COMPETITION AT SOLDIER HOLLOW.


Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates his gold medal victory after the
men's cross country 50 km classical race at Soldier Hollow, during the
Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games February 23, 2002. Muehlegg took
the gold in two hours, six minutes, 05.9 seconds. This was Muehlegg's
third gold medal of the Games. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBXW
February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates after the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANISH MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES AFTER THE OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS 50KM
CLASSICAL RACE.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates after the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games February 23, 2002. Muehlegg finished the race in two hours
six minutes 05.9 seconds. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

DL/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBXP
February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates after the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANISH MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES AFTER OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS 50KM
CLASSICAL RACE.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates after the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games February 23, 2002. Muehlegg finished the race in two hours
six minutes 05.9 seconds. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

DL/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBXH
February 23, 2002
Spain's Johann Muehlegg makes a final effort to cross the finish line
in the men's 50 km cross country...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG FINISHES 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL AT WINTER
GAMES.
Spain's Johann Muehlegg makes a final effort to cross the finish line
in the men's 50 km cross country classical event in Soldier Hollow at
the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002.
REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk

RR/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBX0
February 23, 2002
Spain's Johann Muehlegg drops to the snow after crossing the finish
line in the men's 50 km cross country...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG FINISHES 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL AT WINTER
GAMES.
Spain's Johann Muehlegg drops to the snow after crossing the finish
line in the men's 50 km cross country classical event in Soldier Hollow
at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002. Muehlegg
finished the course in two hours, six minutes, 05.9 seconds.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

RR/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBWX
February 23, 2002
Spain's Johann Muehlegg makes a final effort to cross the finish line
in the men's 50 km cross country...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG FINISHES OLYMPIC 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL RACE.
Spain's Johann Muehlegg makes a final effort to cross the finish line
in the men's 50 km cross country classical event in Soldier Hollow at
the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002.
REUTERS/Andrew Winning

RR/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBWE
February 23, 2002
Spain's Johann Muehlegg makes a final effort to cross the finish line
in the men's 50 km cross country...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG FINISHES 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL AT WINTER
GAMES.
Spain's Johann Muehlegg makes a final effort to cross the finish line
in the men's 50 km cross country classical event in Soldier Hollow at
the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

RR/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBUA
February 23, 2002
Spain's Johann Muehlegg skis in the men's 50 km cross country classical
event in Soldier Hollow at the...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG RACES IN 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL AT WINTER
GAMES.
Spain's Johann Muehlegg skis in the men's 50 km cross country classical
event in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games,
February 23, 2002. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

RR/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBRL
February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain (37) skis ahead of Norway's Erling Jevne in
the men's 50 km cross country classical...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG RACES IN 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL AT WINTER
GAMES.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain (37) skis ahead of Norway's Erling Jevne in
the men's 50 km cross country classical event in Soldier Hollow at the
Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 23, 2002.
REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk

RR/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBQD
February 23, 2002
Spain's Johann Muehlegg skis past trees in the men's 50 km cross
country classical event in Soldier...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG SKIS IN OLYMPIC 50 KM CROSS COUNTRY CLASSICAL RACE.
Spain's Johann Muehlegg skis past trees in the men's 50 km cross
country classical event in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games, February 23, 2002. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

RR/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRTBL8
February 23, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain skis at the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow during...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPAIN'S MUEHLEGG SKIS AT OLYMPICS CROSS COUNTRY MENS 50KM CLASSICAL
RACE.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain skis at the cross country men's 50 km
classical race at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games February 23, 2002. The cross country competitions run
until February 24. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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MUEHLEGG
RTXL20T
February 14, 2002
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing first in the men's10 km free pursuit...
Soldier Hollow, USA
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing first in the men's10 km free .....
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing first in the men's10 km free pursuit to win the gold medal in the combined pursuit competition, in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002. [Norwegians Thomas Alsgaard and Frode Estil won the silver and bronze respectively.]
MUEHLEGG
RTXL20L
February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain hold his Olympic gold medal for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games 10km...
Salt Lake City, USA
Johann Muehlegg of Spain hold his Olympic gold medal for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games 10k.....
Johann Muehlegg of Spain hold his Olympic gold medal for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games 10km men's free pursuit ski event, at the medals ceremony in Salt Lake City, February 14, 2002. Muehlegg also won the gold medal for men's 30km mass start .
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSTMB
February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates on the podium after receiving his
gold medal for the Salt Lake 2002...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL WINNER MUEHLEGG MENS 10KM FREE PURSUIT.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates on the podium after receiving his
gold medal for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games men's 10km free
pursuit ski event in Salt Lake City, February 14, 2002. Muehlegg also
won the gold medal for men's 30km mass start earlier earlier in the
Games. REUTERS/Mike Blake

SUE/HB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSTL6
February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain holds his two Olympic gold medals at the medal
ceremony for the Salt Lake 2002...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
MUEHLEGG OF SPAIN HOLDS HIS TWO OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALS AT CEREMONY.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain holds his two Olympic gold medals at the medal
ceremony for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games, in Salt Lake City
February 14, 2002. Muehlegg won the gold medal in men's 10km free
pursuit February 14, and the gold medal for men's 30km mass start
February 9. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSTKY
February 14, 2002
Silver medalists Frode Estil (L) and Thomas Alsgaard, both of Norway
are pictured on the medals platform...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
OLYMPIC SILVER MEDAL WINNERS FOR MENS 10KM FREE PURSUIT.
Silver medalists Frode Estil (L) and Thomas Alsgaard, both of Norway
are pictured on the medals platform for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter
Olympic Games 10km men's free pursuit ski event, in Salt Lake City,
February 14, 2002. There was no bronze medal awarded as Estil and
Alsgaard finished in identical times. Johann Muehlegg of Spain won the
gold. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSTK4
February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain (C) hold his Olympic gold medal for the Salt
Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
OLYMPIC MEDAL WINNERS FOR MENS 10KM FREE PURSUIT POSE AT CEREMONY.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain (C) hold his Olympic gold medal for the Salt
Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games 10km men's free pursuit ski event at the
medals ceremony in Salt Lake City, February 14, 2002. Flanking Muehlegg
are the silver medal winners, Frode Estil (L) of Norway and Thomas
Alsgaard (R) of Norway, who had identical times. There was no bronze
medal awarded. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain hold his Olympic gold medal for the Salt Lake
2002 Winter Olympic Games 10km...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
MUEHLEGG OF SPAIN HOLDS OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL FOR MENS 10KM FREE PURSUIT.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain hold his Olympic gold medal for the Salt Lake
2002 Winter Olympic Games 10km men's free pursuit ski event, at the
medals ceremony in Salt Lake City, February 14, 2002. Muehlegg also won
the gold medal for men's 30km mass start. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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February 14, 2002
Skiers race during the men's 10 km classical cross country race, part
of the combined pursuit competition...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SKIERS IN 10 KM CLASSICAL CROSS COUNTRY RACE AT THE WINTER OLYMPICS.
Skiers race during the men's 10 km classical cross country race, part
of the combined pursuit competition in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake
2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002. Spaniard Johann Muehlegg
won the gold with a combined time of 49 minutes, 20.4 seconds.
REUTERS/Andrew Winning

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February 14, 2002
Spanish cross country skier, Johann Muehlegg (C), celebrates his gold
medal on the podium with joint...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MEDAL WINNERS IN THE COMBINED PURSUIT COMPETITION AT THE WINTER GAMES.
Spanish cross country skier, Johann Muehlegg (C), celebrates his gold
medal on the podium with joint silver medallists Norwegians Thomas
Alsgaard (L) and Frode Estil (R), after the men's combined pursuit
competition, in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter
Games, February 14, 2002. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg (L) of Spain celebrates his gold as Frode Estil of
Norway looks on at the men's 10km...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MUEHLEGG OF SPAIN CELEBRATES GOLD AT OLYMPIC MENS 10KM FREE PURSUIT.
Johann Muehlegg (L) of Spain celebrates his gold as Frode Estil of
Norway looks on at the men's 10km free pursuit competition at Soldier
Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 14,
2002. Muehlegg took the gold in 49 minutes, 20.4 seconds ahead of joint
silver medalists Norwegian Frode Estil and Thomas Alsgaard, tied at 49
minutes 48.9 seconds. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing
first in the men's 10 km free...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD IN THE COMBINED PURSUIT COMPETITION.
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing
first in the men's 10 km free pursuit to win the gold medal in the
combined pursuit competition, in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002
Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002. Norwegians Thomas Alsgaard and
Frode Estil both won the silver. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing
first in the men's10 km free...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD IN COMBINED PURSUIT COMPETITION.
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing
first in the men's10 km free pursuit to win the gold medal in the
combined pursuit competition, in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002
Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002. Norwegians Thomas Alsgaard and
Frode Estil won the silver and bronze respectively. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Ander Aukland (R) of Norway skis ahead of Italian Giorgio di Centa (2L)
and Estonian Jaak Mae (L) during...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
AUKLAND OF NORWAY SKIS AHEAD AT THE OLYMPICS MENS 10KM FREE PURSUIT AT
SOLDIER HOLLOW.
Ander Aukland (R) of Norway skis ahead of Italian Giorgio di Centa (2L)
and Estonian Jaak Mae (L) during the men's 10km free pursuit
competition at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter
Games, February 14, 2002. Johann Muehlegg of Spain took the combined
gold in 49 minutes 20.4 seconds ahead of joint silver medallists
Norwegian Frode Estil and Thomas Alsgaard in 49 minutes 48.9 seconds.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing
first in the men's 10 km free...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES GOLD IN COMBINED PURSUIT COMPETITION.
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg celebrates after finishing
first in the men's 10 km free pursuit to win the gold medal in the
combined pursuit competition, in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002
Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002. Norwegians Thomas Alsgaard and
Frode Estil won the silver and bronze respectively. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates his gold at the men's 10km free
pursuit competition at Soldier Hollow...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MUEHLEGG OF SPAIN CELEBRATES HIS GOLD AT THE OLYMPICS MENS 10KM FREE
PURSUIT.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain celebrates his gold at the men's 10km free
pursuit competition at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games, February 14, 2002. Muehlegg took the combined gold in 49
minutes 20.4 seconds ahead of joint silver medallists Spaniard Frode
Estil and Thomas Alsgaard in 49 minutes 48.9 seconds. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain skis to win the men's 10km free pursuit
competition at Soldier Hollow during...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MUEHLEGG OF SPAIN SKIS TO WIN THE OLYMPICS MENS 10KM FREE PURSUIT AT
SOLDIER HOLLOW.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain skis to win the men's 10km free pursuit
competition at Soldier Hollow during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter
Games, February 14, 2002. Muehlegg took the gold in 49 minutes 20.4
seconds ahead of joint silver medallists Frode Estil and Thomas
Alsgaard of Norway in 49 minutes 48.9 seconds. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg skis during the men's 10 km
free pursuit, part of the combined...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG RACES IN THE 10 KM FREE PURSUIT CROSS COUNTRY RACE.
Spanish cross country skier Johann Muehlegg skis during the men's 10 km
free pursuit, part of the combined pursuit competition in Soldier
Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002.
The Games run through February 24. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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February 14, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain skis during the men's 10km classical cross
country race part of the combined...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MUEHLEGG OF SPAIN SKIS DURING OLYMPICS MENS 10KM CLASSICAL CROSS
COUNTRY RACE AT SOLDIER HOLLOW.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain skis during the men's 10km classical cross
country race part of the combined pursuit competition at Soldier Hollow
during the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002.
REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk

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February 14, 2002
Spaniard Johann Muehlegg skis during the men's 10 km classical cross
country race, part of the combined...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
SPANIARD MUEHLEGG RACES IN THE 10 KM CLASSICAL CROSS COUNTRY RACE.
Spaniard Johann Muehlegg skis during the men's 10 km classical cross
country race, part of the combined pursuit competition in Soldier
Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, February 14, 2002.
Muehlegg finished in the fastest time of 26 minutes, 07.2 seconds.
REUTERS/Andrew Winning

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February 09, 2002
Christian Hoffmann (R), silver medalist, and Mikhail Botvinov (L),
bronze medalist, celebrate on the...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
SILVER AND BRONZE MEDALISTS IN MENS 30KM FREE MASS START CROSS COUNTRY
SKIING.
Christian Hoffmann (R), silver medalist, and Mikhail Botvinov (L),
bronze medalist, celebrate on the medals stand at the awards ceremony
for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games men's 30km free mass start
cross-country skiing competition, in Salt Lake City February 9, 2002.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain won the gold. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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February 09, 2002
Silver medalist Christian Hoffmann of Austria celebrates during the
awards ceremony for the Salt Lake...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
SILVER MEDALIST CHRISTIAN HOFFMANN OF AUSTRIA.
Silver medalist Christian Hoffmann of Austria celebrates during the
awards ceremony for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games men's 30km
free mass start cross-country skiing, in Salt Lake City, February 9,
2002. Hoffmann finished second behind gold medalist Johann Muehlegg of
Spain. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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February 09, 2002
Johann Muehlegg of Spain holds his gold medal in front of an Olympic
flame during the awards ceremony...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
SPANISH GOLD MEDAL WINNER JOHANN MUEHLEGG CELEBRATES.
Johann Muehlegg of Spain holds his gold medal in front of an Olympic
flame during the awards ceremony at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter
Games in Salt Lake City, February 9, 2002. Muehlegg won the gold medal
in men's 30km free mass start cross country skiing. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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February 09, 2002
Medal winners in the men's 30km free mass start cross-country skiing
competition at the Salt Lake 2002...
None, United States of America
MENS 30KM FREE CROSS COUNTRY MEDAL WINNERS.
Medal winners in the men's 30km free mass start cross-country skiing
competition at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games hold their
medals during the awards ceremony in Salt Lake City, February 9, 2002.
From left to right are silver medalist Christian Hoffmann of Austria,
gold medalist Johann Muehlegg of Spain and bronze medalist Mikhail
Botvinov of Austria. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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February 09, 2002
Spaniard Johann Muehlegg (2), and Austrians Christian Hoffmann (11) and
Mikhail Botvinov (10), celebrate...
Soldier Hollow, United States of America
MEDAL WINNERS CELEBRATE AFTER MEN'S 30K CROSS COUNTRY FREE START.
Spaniard Johann Muehlegg (2), and Austrians Christian Hoffmann (11) and
Mikhail Botvinov (10), celebrate after winning medals in the men's
cross country 30k free start in Soldier Hollow at the Salt Lake 2002
Olympic Winter Games, February 9, 2002. Muehlegg won the gold, with
Hoffmann winning the silver and Botvinov the bronze. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque

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