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LUGE
RTXN59Z
January 02, 2005
Germany's Sylke Otto, Barbara Niederhuber and Silke Kraushaar (L-R) pose on the podium after the women's...
Oberhof, Germany
Germany's Sylke Otto, Barbara Niederhuber and Silke Kraushaar (L-R) pose on the podium after the wom.....
Germany's Sylke Otto, Barbara Niederhuber and Silke Kraushaar (L-R) pose on the podium after the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in the eastern German town of Oberhof January 2, 2005. [Germany's Barbara Niederhuber won the event in 1 minute 23.737 seconds ahead of her compatriots Sylke Otto and Silke Kraushaar.]
GERMANY SPORT LUGE
RTR10F17
January 02, 2005
Germany's Sylke Otto, Barbara Niederhuber and Silke Kraushaar (L-R) pose on the podium after the women's...
Oberhof, Germany
Germany's Otto, Niederhuber and Kraushaar pose on the podium at the Luge World Cup in Oberhof.
Germany's Sylke Otto, Barbara Niederhuber and Silke Kraushaar (L-R) pose on the podium after the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in the eastern German town of Oberhof January 2, 2005. Germany's Barbara Niederhuber won the event in 1 minute 23.737 seconds ahead of her compatriots Sylke Otto and Silke Kraushaar. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch FAB/MAD
GERMANY SPORT LUGE
RTR10F12
January 02, 2005
Germany's Otto celebrates her second place in the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in...
Oberhof, Germany
Germany's Otto celebrates her second place in the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup ......
Germany's Otto celebrates her second place in the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in Oberhof. Germany's Sylke Otto celebrates her second place in the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in the eastern German town of Oberhof January 2, 2005. Germany's Barbara Niederhuber won the event in 1 minute 23.737 seconds ahead of her compatriots Sylke Otto and Silke Kraushaar. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY SPORT LUGE
RTR10F0W
January 02, 2005
Germany's Niederhuber celebratesMAD her victory in the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup...
Oberhof, Germany
Germany's Niederhuber celebratesMAD her victory in the women's single competition at the Luge World ......
Germany's Niederhuber celebratesMAD her victory in the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in Oberhof. Germany's Barbara Niederhuber celebrates her victory in the women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in the eastern German town of Oberhof January 2, 2005. Germany's Barbara Niederhuber won the event in 1 minute 23.737 seconds ahead of her compatriots Sylke Otto and Silke Kraushaar. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY SPORT LUGE
RTR10EZH
January 02, 2005
Germany's Niederhuber slides down the course during the first run of women's single competition at the...
Oberhof, Germany
Germany's Niederhuber slides down the course during the first run of women's single competition at ......
Germany's Niederhuber slides down the course during the first run of women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in Oberhof. Germany's Barbara Niederhuber slides down the course during the first run of women's single competition at the Luge World Cup in the eastern German town of Oberhof January 2, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
SPORT GERMANY LUGE KOENIGSSEE
RTRRMIC
February 01, 2004
Germany's Barbara Niederhuber slides down the track on her way to third place at woman's World Cup luge...
Koenigssee, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S NIEDERHUBER SLIDES DOWN THE TRACK AT WOMAN'S WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL IN KOENIGSSEE.
Germany's Barbara Niederhuber slides down the track on her way to third place at woman's World Cup luge final in southern German town of Koenigssee February 01, 2004. Sylke Otto of Germany won ahead of her countryfellow Kraushaar and Niederhuber. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic MIK/THI
SPORT GERMANY LUGE KOENIGSSEE
RTRRMCZ
January 31, 2004
Germany's Sylke Otto slides down the track to win, in a time of one minute 36.014, the woman's World...
Koenigssee, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S OTTO SLIDES DOWN THE TRACK TO WIN WOMAN'S WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL IN KOENIGSSEE.
Germany's Sylke Otto slides down the track to win, in a time of one minute 36.014, the woman's World Cup luge final in southern German town of Koenigssee January 31, 2004. Otto won ahead of her countrywoman Silke Kraushaar in second and Barbara Niederhuber in third place. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic MIK/THI
SPORT GERMANY LUGE KOENIGSSEE
RTRRMCU
January 31, 2004
Germany's Sylke Otto slides down the track to win, in a time of one minute 36.014, the woman's World...
Koenigssee, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S OTTO SLIDES DOWN THE TRACK TO WIN WOMAN'S WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL IN KOENIGSSEE.
Germany's Sylke Otto slides down the track to win, in a time of one minute 36.014, the woman's World Cup luge final in southern German town of Koenigssee January 31, 2004. Otto won ahead of her countrywoman Silke Kraushaar in second and Barbara Niederhuber in third place. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic MIK/THI
SPORT GERMANY LUGE KOENIGSSEE
RTRRMCO
January 31, 2004
Germany's Sylke Otto slides down the track to win, in a time of one minute 36.014, the woman's World...
Koenigssee, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S OTTO SLIDES DOWN THE TRACK TO WIN WOMAN'S WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL IN KOENIGSSEE.
Germany's Sylke Otto slides down the track to win, in a time of one minute 36.014, the woman's World Cup luge final in southern German town of Koenigssee January 31, 2004. Otto won ahead of her countrywoman Silke Kraushaar in second and Barbara Niederhuber in third place. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic REUTERS MIK/THI
SPORT LUGE
RTR10R97
December 08, 2002
Germany's Sylke Otto salutes she after placed second during the women's
luge World Cup competition in...
Oberhof, Germany
OTTO OF GERMANY SALUTES IN THE FINISH AFTER WOMEN'S WORLD CUP LUGE
COMPETITION IN OBERHOF.
Germany's Sylke Otto salutes she after placed second during the women's
luge World Cup competition in Oberhof December 8, 2002. Germany's Silke
Kraushaar clocked with the fastest time after two runs of one minute
23.851 seconds, ahead of compatriots Sylke Otto and Barbara Niederhuber
placed third. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/AKW
SPORT LUGE
RTR10R92
December 08, 2002
Germany's Silke Kraushaar waves in the finish after winning the women's
luge World Cup competition in...
Oberhof, Germany
KRAUSHAAR OF GERMANY WAVES AFTER WINING WOMEN'S WORLD CUP LUGE
COMPETITION IN OBERHOF.
Germany's Silke Kraushaar waves in the finish after winning the women's
luge World Cup competition in Oberhof on December 8, 2002. Kraushaar
clocked with the fastest time after two runs of one minute 23.851
seconds, ahead of Germany's Sylke Otto and Barbara Niederhuber.
REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/AKW/AH
SPORT LUGE
RTR14YZ7
December 12, 2001
Silke Kraushaar from Germany speeds down the track on her way to win a
luge world cup competition in...
Igls, Austria
SILKE KRAUSHAAR WINS A LUGE WORLD CUP COMPETITION IN IGLS.
Silke Kraushaar from Germany speeds down the track on her way to win a
luge world cup competition in Igls December 12, 2001. Kraushaar won in
a time of 1 minute 20.878 seconds, ahead of her compatriotes Sylke Otto
in second and Barbara Niederhuber in third place. REUTERS/Bernhard
Grossruck

HP/
SPORT LUGE
RTRS95S
February 12, 2000
Germany's Sylke Otto flashs the victory sign after winning the women's World Cup ranking and second in...
Oberhof, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S SYLKE OTTO CELEBRATES WOMEN'S WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL IN OBERHOF.
Germany's Sylke Otto flashs the victory sign after winning the women's World Cup ranking and second in the women's luge final World Cup race in Oberhof February 12. Germany's Silke Kraushaar won the race and clocked 1:23.495, Sylke Otto placed second and Barbara Niederhuber placed third.

FAB
SPORT LUGE
RTRS959
February 12, 2000
Germany's Silke Kraushaar raises up her fist in celebration on her way to be placed first during the...
Oberhof, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S SILKE KRAUSHAAR CELEBRATES DURING WOMEN WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL IN OBERHOF.
Germany's Silke Kraushaar raises up her fist in celebration on her way to be placed first during the women's World Cup luge final in Oberhof February 12. Germany's Silke Kraushaar won the race and clocked 1:23.495, Sylke Otto placed second and Barbara Niederhuber placed third.

FAB/FMS
SPORT LUGE
RTRS94E
February 12, 2000
GERMANY'S SYLKE OTTO, SILKE KRAUSHAAR AND BARBARA NIEDERHUBER CELEBRATE RESULTS OF WOMEN'S WORLD CUP...
Oberhof, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S SYLKE OTTO, SILKE KRAUSHAAR AND BARBARA NIEDERHUBER CELEBRATE RESULTS OF WOMEN'S WORLD ...
GERMANY'S SYLKE OTTO, SILKE KRAUSHAAR AND BARBARA NIEDERHUBER CELEBRATE RESULTS OF WOMEN'S WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL.
SPORT LUGE
RTRS93P
February 12, 2000
Germany's Sylke Otto (L), placed first in the women World Cup ranking and first placed Silke Kraushaar...
Oberhof, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S SYLKE OTTO AND SILKE KRAUSHAAR CELEBRATE AFTER WOMEN'S WORLD CUP LUGE FINAL IN OBERHOF.
Germany's Sylke Otto (L), placed first in the women World Cup ranking and first placed Silke Kraushaar (R) in the final race, pose for photographers after the women's luge World Cup final in Oberhof February 12.Germany's Silke Kraushaar won the race and clocked 1:23.495, Sylke Otto placed second and Barbara Niederhuber placed third.

FAB
SPORT LUGE
RTRS314
February 05, 2000
Germany's Sylke Otto (C) Barbara Niedernhuber (L) and Sonja Wiedemann celebrate on the podium after the...
St.Moritz, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation)
GERMANY'S OTTO JUBILATES AT THE SLEDGE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ST.MORITZ.
Germany's Sylke Otto (C) Barbara Niedernhuber (L) and Sonja Wiedemann celebrate on the podium after the women's luge race in St.Moritz February 5. Otto won in a total time of 1:55.128, Niederhuber placed second and Wiedemann was third.

MUE/HM/
NIEDERHUBER
RTXHUMK
November 28, 1998
Barbara Niederhuber of Germany races in the track during her first round race at the luge Worldcup in...
Altenberg, Germany
Barbara Niederhuber of Germany races in the track during her first round race at the luge Worldcup .....
Barbara Niederhuber of Germany races in the track during her first round race at the luge Worldcup in Altenberg November 28. Niederhuber placed first after the first race.
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SPORT LUGE
RTRY6AK
November 28, 1998
Barbara Niederhuber of Germany races in the track during her first round race at the luge Worldcup in...
Altenberg, Germany
NIEDERHUBER OF GERMANY RACES IN THE TRACK DURING LUGE WORLDCUP IN ALTENBERG.
Barbara Niederhuber of Germany races in the track during her first round race at the luge Worldcup in Altenberg November 28. Niederhuber placed first after the first race.

FAB/AA
SPORT LUGE
RTRY30G
November 21, 1998
(L-R) Austria's Angelika Neuner, Germany's Sylke Otto and her compatriote Barbara Niedernhuber pose for...
Igls, Austria
GERMANY'S OTTO,AND NIEDERNHUBER WITH AUSTRIAN NEUNER CELEBRATEVICTORY IN IGLS.
(L-R) Austria's Angelika Neuner, Germany's Sylke Otto and her compatriote Barbara Niedernhuber pose for photographers after this season's first world cup luge competition November 21. Otto won, clocking a time of 1:20.388, ahead of second placed Niederhuber and third placed Neuner.

HP/AA
SPORT LUGE
RTRY2ZP
November 21, 1998
Sylke Otto from Germany is on her way to win this season's first world cup luge competition November...
Igls, Austria
SYLKE OTTO IS ON HER WAY TO WIN A LUGE COMPETITON IN IGLS.
Sylke Otto from Germany is on her way to win this season's first world cup luge competition November 21. Otto won, clocking a time of 1:20.388, ahead of her compatriote Barbara Niederhuber and Austria's Angelika Neuner.

HP/AA
BOBSLEIGH
RTXII47
March 05, 1998
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister waves the Bavarian flag March 5 as German Olympic gold...
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister waves the Bavarian flag March 5 as German Olympic gold.....
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister waves the Bavarian flag March 5 as German Olympic gold medal winners Christopf Langen (L), Markus Zimmermann (R) and silver medal winner in the woman's luge Barbara Niederhuber (2nd-L) run in a bob. Stoiber was on a visit to Bobrun in Koenigsee near Berchtesgaden.
STOIBER
RTXII44
March 05, 1998
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister, looks to the sky before he tries a run on the bobsleigh...
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister, looks to the sky before he tries a run on the bobslei.....
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister, looks to the sky before he tries a run on the bobsleigh course in Koenigsee near Berchtesgaden March 5. [Stoiber rode the four-man bobsleigh with the German Olympic gold medal winners Christopf Langen and Markus Zimmermann and the silver medal winner in womans luge Barbara Niederhuber].
RTRC0MP
March 05, 1998
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister, looks to the sky before he tries a run on the bobsled...
Germany
BAVARIAN PRIME MINISTER EDMUND STOIBER RIDES A BOBSLED
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister, looks to the sky before he tries a run on the bobsled course in Koenigsee near Berchtesgaden March 5. Stoiber rode the four-man bobsled with the German Olympic gold medal winners Christopf Langen and Markus Zimmermann and the silver medal winner in womans luge Barbara Niederhuber.

GERMANY
RTRC0KG
March 05, 1998
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister waves the Bavarian flag March 5 as German Olympic gold...
Germany
BAVARIAN PRIME MINISTER EDMUND STOIBER GOES WITHE A BOBSLED
Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian State Prime Minister waves the Bavarian flag March 5 as German Olympic gold medal winners Christopf Langen (L), Markus Zimmermann (R) and silver medal winner in the woman's luge Barbara Niederhuber (2nd-L) run in a bob. Stoiber was on a visit to Bobrun in Koenigsee near Berchtesgaden.

GERMANY
RTRB4AU
February 06, 1998
German Barbara Niederhuber speeds down the Spiral Track during a practice round of the women's luge February...
Japan
GERMAN BARBARA NIEDERNHUBER SPEEDS DOWN THE SPIRAL TRACK
German Barbara Niederhuber speeds down the Spiral Track during a practice round of the women's luge February 6. Niederhuber clocked the fastest time.

OLYMPICS LUGE
RTRB4AG
February 06, 1998
German Barbara Niederhuber gets ready for the start during a practice round of the women's luge February...
Japan
GERMAN BARBARA NIEDERNHUBER GETS READY TO START DOWN SPIRAL TRACK
German Barbara Niederhuber gets ready for the start during a practice round of the women's luge February 6. Niederhuber clocked the fastest time.

OLYMPICS LUGE
RTR9CRE
December 05, 1997
Germany's Barbara Niederhuber rides her luge to win the Luge World cup event in Innsbruck, December 5....
Austria
GERMANYS BARBARA NIEDERHUBER IN ACTION IN INNSBRUCK
Germany's Barbara Niederhuber rides her luge to win the Luge World cup event in Innsbruck, December 5. Niederhuber won the event in a time of 1:21.618 minutes ahead of her compatriots Susi Erdmann and Sylke Otto.

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