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SPORT ALPINE
RTR1J8EU
November 11, 2006
Surgeon Wolfgang Marth, who operated on the torn ligaments of Swedish skier Fredrik Nyberg after he crashed...
Salzburg, Austria
Surgeon Wolfgang Marth, who operated on the torn ligamants of skier Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden displays...
Surgeon Wolfgang Marth, who operated on the torn ligaments of Swedish skier Fredrik Nyberg after he crashed during a training run on Friday, demonstrates with an artificial knee during a news conference in a hospital in Salzburg November 11, 2006. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem (AUSTRIA)
SPORT SKIING ALPINE
RTR16VWS
March 05, 2006
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg skis down the course during the first run at the seventh men's giant slalom during...
Yongpyong, Korea
Nyberg of Sweden skis down course during first run at giant slalom during FIS Alpine Ski World Cup in...
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg skis down the course during the first run at the seventh men's giant slalom during the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup at Yongpyong resort in Pyeongchang county, South Korea March 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
SPORT SKIING ALPINE
RTR16VW3
March 05, 2006
Ted Ligety (C) of the United States celebrates his win at the seventh men's giant slalom of FIS Alpine...
Yongpyong, Korea
Ligety of the US celebrates his win at the seventh men's giant slalom of FIS Alpine Ski World Cup at...
Ted Ligety (C) of the United States celebrates his win at the seventh men's giant slalom of FIS Alpine Ski World Cup as Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg (L) and Kalle Palander of Finland celebrate at Yongpyong resort in Pyeongchang county, South Korea March 5, 2006. Nyberg and Palander tied for second at the event. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
SPORT SKIING ALPINE
RTR16VVV
March 05, 2006
Ted Ligety (C) of the U.S. celebrates his win at the seventh men's giant slalom of FIS Alpine Ski World...
Yongpyong, Korea
Ligety of the United States celebrates his win at the seventh men's giant slalom of FIS Alpine Ski World...
Ted Ligety (C) of the U.S. celebrates his win at the seventh men's giant slalom of FIS Alpine Ski World Cup as Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg (R) and Kalle Palander of Finland celebrate at Yongpyong resort in Pyeongchang county, South Korea, March 5, 2006. Nyberg and Palander finished tied for second at the event. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
OLYMPICS ALPINE SKIING
RTR19T3W
February 20, 2006
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis down the course during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing giant slalom...
Sestriere, Italy
Nyberg of Sweden skis down the course during the first run of men's giant slalom at the Winter Olympic...
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis down the course during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing giant slalom at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Games in Sestriere, Italy February 20, 2006. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
OLYMPICS ALPINE SKIING
RTR16F99
February 20, 2006
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis down the course during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing giant slalom...
Sestriere, Italy
Nyberg of Sweden skis down the course during the first run of men's giant slalom at the Winter Olympic...
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis down the course during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing giant slalom at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Games in Sestriere, Italy February 20, 2006. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SV8
January 07, 2006
Austria's Stephan Goergl passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Austria's Goergl passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Austria's Stephan Goergl passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Benjamin Raich of Austria won the race ahead of second placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SV6
January 07, 2006
Austria's Benjamin Raich celebrates in the finish area after winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Austria's Raich celebrates winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden
Austria's Benjamin Raich celebrates in the finish area after winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Benjamin Raich of Austria won the race ahead of second placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SV3
January 07, 2006
Sixth placed Thomas Grandi of Canada passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Canada's Grandi passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Sixth placed Thomas Grandi of Canada passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SUY
January 07, 2006
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. crashes during the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Rahlves of the US crashes during the second run of men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden...
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. crashes during the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Stephan Goergl of Austria ex aequo with Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SSL
January 07, 2006
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg celebrates his second place in the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Sweden's Nyberg celebrates second place in the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden...
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg celebrates his second place in the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin won the race ahead of Nyberg and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SSJ
January 07, 2006
Finland's Kalle Pallander passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Finland's Palander passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Finland's Kalle Pallander passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Benjamin Raich of Austria won the race ahead of second placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SSI
January 07, 2006
Austria's Stephan Goergl passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Austria's Goergl passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Austria's Stephan Goergl passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Benjamin Raich of Austria won the race ahead of second placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SSG
January 07, 2006
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Sweden's Nyberg passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Nyberg and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SS8
January 07, 2006
Didier Cuche of Switzerland reacts after the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Switzerland's Chuche reacts after the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden
Didier Cuche of Switzerland reacts after the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SS6
January 07, 2006
Didier Cuche of Switzerland passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Switzerland's Cuche passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Didier Cuche of Switzerland passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SNK
January 07, 2006
Austria's Benjamin Raich celebrates in the finish area after winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Austria's Raich celebrates winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden
Austria's Benjamin Raich celebrates in the finish area after winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Raich won the race ahead of second placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SNJ
January 07, 2006
Austria's Benjamin Raich celebrates in the finish area after winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Austria's Raich celebrates winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden
Austria's Benjamin Raich celebrates in the finish area after winning the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Benjamin Raich of Austria won the race ahead of second placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SNH
January 07, 2006
Finland's Kalle Pallander passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Finland's Palander passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Finland's Kalle Pallander passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Benjamin Raich of Austria won the race ahead of second placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Finland's Kalle Palander. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SNC
January 07, 2006
Didier Cuche of Switzerland reacts after the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Switzerland's Chuche reacts after the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden
Didier Cuche of Switzerland reacts after the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SN9
January 07, 2006
Didier Cuche of Switzerland reacts after the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Switzerland's Chuche reacts after the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden
Didier Cuche of Switzerland reacts after the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SN2
January 07, 2006
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. crashes during the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Rahlves of the US crashes during the second run of men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden...
Daron Rahlves of the U.S. crashes during the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Stephan Goergl of Austria ex aequo with Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SJW
January 07, 2006
Seventh placed Hermann Maier of Austria passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Maier of Austria passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Seventh placed Hermann Maier of Austria passes a gate during the first run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR17SJT
January 07, 2006
Switzerland's Marc Gini crashes during the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Switzerland's Gini crashes during second run of men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden...
Switzerland's Marc Gini crashes during the second run of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 7, 2006. Austria's Benjamin Raich won the race ahead of Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden and third placed Stephan Goergl of Austria ex aequo with Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
SPORT ALPINE SKIING MEN
RTR1B6F5
December 21, 2005
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg clears a gate during the first run in the Alpine skiing men's World Cup giant...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg clears a gate during the first run in the Alpine skiing men's World Cup giant...
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg clears a gate during the first run in the Alpine skiing men's World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia December 21, 2005. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR18MY3
October 23, 2005
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg speeds down during the first run of the season opening Alpine Ski World Cup giant...
Soelden, Austria
Sweden's Nyberg speeds down during the Alpine Ski World Cup giant slalom race in Soelden Austria
Sweden's Fredrik Nyberg speeds down during the first run of the season opening Alpine Ski World Cup giant slalom race in the Tyrolean ski resort of Soelden, Austria, October 23, 2005. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR18MXG
October 23, 2005
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden speeds down during the first run of the season opening Alpine Ski World Cup...
Soelden, Austria
Sweden's Nyberg speeds down during Alpine Ski World Cup giant slalom race in Soelden Austria
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden speeds down during the first run of the season opening Alpine Ski World Cup giant slalom race in the Tyrolean ski resort of Soelden, Austria, October 23, 2005. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR129X2
February 26, 2005
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden clears a gate during the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom race in...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia
Nyberg of Sweden clears gate during men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden clears a gate during the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom race in Kranjska Gora February 26, 2005. Austrian Benjamin Raich won the race as his team mate Hermann Maier finished second and Kalle Palander of Finland third. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic LB/AA
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR129WZ
February 26, 2005
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden competes during the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom race in Kranjska...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia
Nyberg of Sweden competes during men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden competes during the men's Alpine skiing World Cup giant slalom race in Kranjska Gora February 26, 2005. Austrian Benjamin Raich won the race as his team mate Hermann Maier finished second and Kalle Palander of Finland third. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh LB/AA
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR10MY7
January 11, 2005
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden clears a gate to finish sixth in the men's alpine skiing World Cup Giant Slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
Nyberg of Sweden clears a gate to finish sixth in the men's World Cup Giant Slalom in Adelboden.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden clears a gate to finish sixth in the men's alpine skiing World Cup Giant Slalom race in Adelboden, Switzerland, January 11, 2005. Massimiliano Blardone of Italy won ahead of Bode Miller of U.S. and Kalle Palander of Finland. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/MD
SPORT ALPINE
RTRTG78
February 28, 2004
Bode Miller from the United States displays his trophy after winning a World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia - Republic of
U.S. SKIER MILLER DISPLAYS TROPHY AFTER WINNING A WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM IN KRANJSKA GORA.
Bode Miller from the United States displays his trophy after winning a World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora February 28, 2004. Miller won the competition in a time of two minutes 13.01 seconds, ahead of second placed Alberto Schieppati of Italy and joint third place Alexander Ploner of Italy and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden.. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem REUTERS HPB/AA
SPORT ALPINE
RTRTG70
February 28, 2004
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden passes a gate during the World Cup giant slalom event in Kranjska Gora February...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia - Republic of
FREDRIK NYBERG PASSES A GATE DURING THE WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM EVENT IN KRANJSKA GORA.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden passes a gate during the World Cup giant slalom event in Kranjska Gora February 28, 2004. Nyberg placed third in a time of two minutes 13.61 seconds. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem HPB/WS
SPORT ALPINE
RTRTD7R
February 28, 2004
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden reacts after placing third in the World Cup giant slalom event in Kranjska Gora...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia - Republic of
FREDRIK NYBERG REACTS AFTER PLACIUNG SECOND IN THE WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM EVENT IN KRANJSKA GORA.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden reacts after placing third in the World Cup giant slalom event in Kranjska Gora February 28, 2004. Nyberg placed third in a time of two minutes 13.61 seconds. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem HPB/WS
SPORT ALPINE
RTRTD7I
February 28, 2004
(L-R) Alberto Schieppati of Italy, Bode Miller of the United States, Alexander Ploner of Italy and Fredrik...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia - Republic of
SCHIEPPATI, MILLER, PLONER AND NYBERG STAND ON THE PODIUM IN KRANJSKA GORA.
(L-R) Alberto Schieppati of Italy, Bode Miller of the United States, Alexander Ploner of Italy and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden stand on the podium after a World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora February 28, 2004. Miller won the competition in a time of two minutes 13.01 seconds, ahead of second placed Schieppati, Ploner and Nyberg who placed equally third. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem HPB/AA
SPORT ALPINE
RTRTD6U
February 28, 2004
Bode Miller from the United States smiles after winning a World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora February...
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia - Republic of
BODE MILLER SMILES AFTER WINNING A WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM IN KRANJSKA GORA.
Bode Miller from the United States smiles after winning a World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora February 28, 2004. Miller won the competition in a time of two minutes 13.01 seconds, ahead of second placed Alberto Schieppati of Italy, Alexander Ploner of Italy and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden placed equally third. REUTERS/Calle Toernstroem HPB/AA
SPORT SKI
RTRQNIN
November 22, 2003
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis through blowing snow in the first heat of
the men's World Cup giant slalom...
Park City, United States of America
NYBERG OF SWEDEN SKIS TO TENTH IN WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis through blowing snow in the first heat of
the men's World Cup giant slalom in Park City, Utah, November 22, 2003.
Nyberg finished in tenth place with a time of 2:22.69. REUTERS/Rick
Wilking

RTW/HB
SPORT ALPINE
RTR10RM0
December 08, 2002
Swedish skier Fredrik Nyberg skis to eleventh-place in the men's World
Cup Super G race at Beaver Creek,...
Beaver Creek, USA
SWEDISH SKIER NYBERG SKIS TO ELEVENTH PLACE AT WORLD CUP SUPER G RACE.
Swedish skier Fredrik Nyberg skis to eleventh-place in the men's World
Cup Super G race at Beaver Creek, Colorado, December 8, 2002. Nyberg
came down in 1 minute 19.81. REUTERS/Larry Downing REUTERS

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SPORT ALPINE
RTR10CT4
November 22, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis to the fifth best time in the first heat
of the men's World Cup giant...
Park City, United States of America
SWEDE NYBERG SKIS TO FIFTH IN FIRST HEAT OF GIANT SLALOM.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis to the fifth best time in the first heat
of the men's World Cup giant slalom in Park City, Utah, November 22,
2002. Nyberg set a time of 1 minute 11.40 seconds. REUTERS/Steve
Wilson

RTW
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTRZQXU
October 27, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis on his way to the sixth place in a World
Cup Giant Slalom at the season's...
Soelden, Austria
NYBERG OF SWEDEN IN ACTION IN SOELDEN.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis on his way to the sixth place in a World
Cup Giant Slalom at the season's opening in Soelden on October 27,
2002. Austria's Stephan Eberharter won the race in a time of one minute
49,47 seconds. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger

LE/
NYBERG
RTXL2MF
February 16, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter...
Snowbasin, USA
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 W.....
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Snowbasin February 16, 2002. Nyberg failed to finish the race.
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRXRPU
February 16, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter...
Snowbasin, USA
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Snowbasin
February 16, 2002. Nyberg failed to finish the race. REUTERS/Stefano
Rellandini

KM/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSY0O
February 16, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter...
Snowbasin, USA
NYBERG OF SWEDEN CRASHES INTO A GATE DURING THE OLYMPIC MEN'S SUPER-G.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Snowbasin
February 16, 2002. Nyberg failed to finish the race. REUTERS BOOKS The
Art of Sport REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

KM/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSWW3
February 16, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter...
Snowbasin, United States of America
NYBERG OF SWEDEN CRASHES INTO A GATE DURING MEN'S OLYMPIC SUPER-G.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Snowbasin
February 16, 2002. Nyberg failed to finish the race. REUTERS/Stefano
Rellandini

KM/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSWUT
February 16, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter...
Snowbasin, United States of America
NYBERG OF SWEDEN CRASHES INTO A GATE DURING THE OLYMPIC MEN'S SUPER-G.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden crashes into a gate during the men's alpine
Super-G at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Snowbasin
February 16, 2002. Nyberg failed to finish the race. REUTERS/Stefano
Rellandini

KM/CRB
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRSKMQ
February 10, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis the men's downhill race at the Salt Lake
2002 Winter Olympic Games in...
Snowbasin, United States of America
TOP SWEDISH FINISHER NYBERG SKIS OLYMPIC DOWNHILL RACE.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden skis the men's downhill race at the Salt Lake
2002 Winter Olympic Games in Snowbasin February 10, 2002. Nyberg was
the top Swedish finisher in the race, finishing in 7th place with a
time of one minute 40.30 seconds. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

JRB/CRB
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTRRHD3
January 05, 2002
Joel Chenal of France ski to finish in sixth place of the Alpine Skiing
World Cup men's giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
JOEL CHENAL OF FRANCE CURVES DOWN AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING GIANT
SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.
Joel Chenal of France ski to finish in sixth place of the Alpine Skiing
World Cup men's giant slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002 in a
time of two minutes 25.83 seconds. Didier Cuche of Switzerland won
ahead of second placed Frederic Covili of France and third placed
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

RS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTRRHCW
January 05, 2002
Benjamin Raich of Austria skis to finish on fifth place of the Alpine
Skiing World Cup men's giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
BENJAMIN RAICH OF AUSTRIA SKIS AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING GIANT SLALOM
IN ADELBODEN.
Benjamin Raich of Austria skis to finish on fifth place of the Alpine
Skiing World Cup men's giant slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002
in a time of two minutes 25.71 seconds. Didier Cuche of Switzerland won
ahead of second placed Frederic Covili of France and third placed
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

RS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTRRHCO
January 05, 2002
Massimiliano Blardone of Italy skis to finish in fourth place of the
Alpine Skiing World Cup men's giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
MASSIMILIANO BLARDONE OF ITALY CURVES DOWN AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING
GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.
Massimiliano Blardone of Italy skis to finish in fourth place of the
Alpine Skiing World Cup men's giant slalom race in Adelboden January 5,
2002 in a time of two minutes 25.53 seconds. Didier Cuche of
Switzerland won ahead of second placed Frederic Covili of France and
third placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

RS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTRRHC9
January 05, 2002
COVILI OF FRANCE, CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND AND NYBERG OF SWEDEN ON THE
PODIUM AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING...
Adelboden, Switzerland
COVILI OF FRANCE, CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND AND NYBERG OF SWEDEN ON THE
PODIUM AT THE MEN'S ALPINE ...
COVILI OF FRANCE, CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND AND NYBERG OF SWEDEN ON THE
PODIUM AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.


First placed Didier Cuche of Switzerland (C), second placed Frederic
Covili of France (L) and third placed Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden (R) all
smile on the podium of the Alpine Skiing World Cup men's giant slalom
race in Adelboden January 5, 2002. REUTERS/Marcus Gyger
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January 05, 2002
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND JUBILATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.


Didier...
Adelboden, Switzerland
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND JUBILATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ...
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND JUBILATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.


Didier Cuche of Switzerland celebrates after winning the alpine skiing
World Cup men's Giant Slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002 in a
time of two minutes 23.99 seconds. Frederic Covili of France was second
placed and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden finished on third place.
REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
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January 05, 2002
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND JUBILATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.


Didier...
Adelboden, Switzerland
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND JUBILATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ...
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND JUBILATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.


Didier Cuche of Switzerland jubilates after winning the alpine skiing
World Cup men's Giant Slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002 in a
time of two minutes 23.99 seconds. Frederic Covili of France was second
and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden finished third. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
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January 05, 2002
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.


Didier...
Adelboden, Switzerland
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ...
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE MEN'S ALPINE
SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.


Didier Cuche of Switzerland celebrates ates after winning the alpine
skiing World Cup men's Giant Slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002
in a time of two minutes 23.99 seconds. Frederic Covili of France was
second and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden finished third. REUTERS/Ruben
Sprich
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January 05, 2002
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden curves down to finish on third place at the
alpine skiing World Cup men's Giant...
Adelboden, Switzerland
FREDRIK NYBERG OF SWEDEN CURVES DOWN AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING GIANT
SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden curves down to finish on third place at the
alpine skiing World Cup men's Giant Slalom race in Adelboden January 5,
2002 in a time of two minutes 25.25 seconds. Didier Cuche of
Switzerland won the race and Frederic Covili of France finished on
second place. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

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January 05, 2002
Frederic Covili of France speeds to second place at the alpine skiing
World Cup men's Giant Slalom race...
Adelboden, Switzerland
COVILI OF FRANCE CURVES DOWN AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING GIANT SLALOM IN
ADELBODEN.
Frederic Covili of France speeds to second place at the alpine skiing
World Cup men's Giant Slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002 in a
time of two minutes 25.14 seconds. Didier Cuche of Switzerland won the
race and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden finished third. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

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SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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January 05, 2002
Didier Cuche of Switzerland skis to win the men's Alpine Skiing World
Cup men's giant slalom race in...
Adelboden, Switzerland
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND CURVES DOWN AT THE MEN'S ALPINE SKIING
GIANT SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.
Didier Cuche of Switzerland skis to win the men's Alpine Skiing World
Cup men's giant slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002 in a time of
two minutes 23.99 seconds. Frederic Covili of France was second placed
and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden finished on third place. REUTERS
SCHWEIZ/Ruben Sprich

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SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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January 05, 2002
Didier Cuche of Switzerland makes a turn to win the men's Alpine Skiing
World Cup men's giant slalom...
Adelboden, Switzerland
DIDIER CUCHE OF SWITZERLAND SKIS TO WIN MEN'S ALPINE SKIING GIANT
SLALOM IN ADELBODEN.
Didier Cuche of Switzerland makes a turn to win the men's Alpine Skiing
World Cup men's giant slalom race in Adelboden January 5, 2002 in a
time of two minutes 23.99 seconds. Frederic Covili of France was second
placed and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden finished on third place.
REUTERS/Marcus Gyger

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COVILI
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October 28, 2001
Frederic Covili of France reacts to his victory in the men's World Cup Giant Slalom at the season opening...
Soelden, Austria
Frederic Covili of France reacts to his victory in the men's World Cup Giant Slalom at the season op.....
Frederic Covili of France reacts to his victory in the men's World Cup Giant Slalom at the season opening in Soelden on October 28, 2001. [Covili won in a time of two minutes 14.50 seconds ahead of Stephan Eberharter of Austria, Michael von Grueningen of Switzerland and Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden who shared the third place].
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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October 28, 2001
Frederic Covili of France (2ndL) celebrates his victory on the podium
after the men's World Cup Giant...
Soelden, Austria
PODIUM OF THE MEN'S WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM IN SOELDEN.
Frederic Covili of France (2ndL) celebrates his victory on the podium
after the men's World Cup Giant Slalom at the season opening in Soelden
on October 28, 2001. Covili won in a time of two minutes 14.50 seconds
ahead of Stephan Eberharter (L) of Austria, Michael von Grueningen (R)
of Switzerland and Fredrik Nyberg (2ndR) of Sweden who both shared the
third place. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger

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SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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October 28, 2001
Winner Frederic Covili of France (L) receives congratulations from
second placed Austrian Stephan Eberharter...
Soelden, Austria
COVILI OF FRANCE CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM IN
SOELDEN.
Winner Frederic Covili of France (L) receives congratulations from
second placed Austrian Stephan Eberharter after the men's World Cup
Giant Slalom at the season opening in Soelden on October 28, 2001.
Covili won in a time of two minutes 14,50 seconds ahead of Stephan
Eberharter of Austria, Michael von Grueningen of Switzerland and
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden who shared the third place. REUTERS/Leonhard
Foeger REUTERS

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SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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October 28, 2001
Frederic Covili of France reacts to his victory in the men's World Cup
Giant Slalom at the season opening...
Soelden, Austria
COVILI OF FRANCE CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE WORLD CUP GIANT SLALOM IN
SOELDEN.
Frederic Covili of France reacts to his victory in the men's World Cup
Giant Slalom at the season opening in Soelden on October 28, 2001.
Covili won in a time of two minutes 14.50 seconds ahead of Stephan
Eberharter of Austria, Michael von Grueningen of Switzerland and
Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden who shared the third place. REUTERS/Michael
Leckel

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