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SKI-JUMPING/
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March 12, 2009
Japan's Takanobu Okabe jumps in a practice round at the FIS World Cup ski jumping competition in Lillehammer...
Lillehammer, Norway
Japan's Okabe jumps in a practice round at the FIS World Cup ski jumping competition in Lillehammer
Japan's Takanobu Okabe jumps in a practice round at the FIS World Cup ski jumping competition in Lillehammer March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong (NORWAY SPORT SKIING)
NORDIC-SKIING/WORLD
RTXC73X
February 28, 2009
Japan's ski jump team celebrate their third place in the men's team HS 134 ski jumping competition at...
Liberec, Czech Republic
Japan's ski jump team celebrate their third place of the men's team HS 134 ski jumping competition at...
Japan's ski jump team celebrate their third place in the men's team HS 134 ski jumping competition at the Nordic World Championships in Liberec February 28, 2009. The team consisted of (L-R) Shohei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai. Team Austria won the competition ahead of team Norway and team Japan. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (CZECH REPUBLIC)
NORDIC-SKIING/WORLD
RTXC732
February 28, 2009
A combination picture shows Japan's ski jump team soaring through the air during the men's team HS 134...
Liberec, Czech Republic
Combo picture shows Japan's ski jump team soaring through the air during the men's team HS 134 ski jumping...
A combination picture shows Japan's ski jump team soaring through the air during the men's team HS 134 ski jumping competition at the Nordic World Championships in Liberec February 28, 2009. The team consisted of (clockwise from top L) Shohei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai. Team Austria won the competition ahead of team Norway and team Japan. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
CANADA/
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January 25, 2009
Japan's Takanobu Okabe competes during World Cup Ski Jumping in Whistler, British Columbia January 25,...
Whistler, Canada
Japan's Takanobu Okabe during World Cup Ski Jumping in Whistler
Japan's Takanobu Okabe competes during World Cup Ski Jumping in Whistler, British Columbia January 25, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
CANADA/
RTR23TXK
January 24, 2009
Japan's Takanobu Okabe competes during the World Cup Ski Jumping event in Whistler, British Columbia...
Whistler, Canada
Japan's Takaanobu Okabe competes during World Cup Ski Jumping in Whistler
Japan's Takanobu Okabe competes during the World Cup Ski Jumping event in Whistler, British Columbia January 24, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MULS
February 26, 2007
Japan's ski jumping team (R-L) Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai pose to...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's ski jumping team pose during medal ceremony at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo
Japan's ski jumping team (R-L) Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai pose to celebrate their third placing during a medal ceremony for the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo February 26, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MT0G
February 25, 2007
A combo photo shows Japan's Shohhei Tochimoto (top/L), Takanobu Okabe (top/R), Daiki Ito (bottom/L) and...
Sapporo, Japan
A combo photo shows Japan's team soaring through the air during trial jump of the large hill team jump...
A combo photo shows Japan's Shohhei Tochimoto (top/L), Takanobu Okabe (top/R), Daiki Ito (bottom/L) and Noriaki Kasai soaring through the air during the trial jump of the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo, northern Japan February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MT0E
February 25, 2007
Japan's ski jumping team (L-R) Noriaki Kasai, Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe and Daiki Ito celebrate...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's ski jumping team celebrate third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships...
Japan's ski jumping team (L-R) Noriaki Kasai, Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe and Daiki Ito celebrate third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships in Sapporo February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MT0A
February 25, 2007
Japan's ski jumping team (L-R) Noriaki Kasai, Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe and Daiki Ito celebrate...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's ski jumping team celebrate third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships...
Japan's ski jumping team (L-R) Noriaki Kasai, Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe and Daiki Ito celebrate third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships in Sapporo February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MT07
February 25, 2007
Japan's ski jumping team (R-L) Takanobu Okabe, Noriaki Kasai, Shohhei Tochimoto and Daiki Ito celebrate...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's ski jumping team Takanobu Okabe, Noriaki Kasai, Shohhei Tochimoto and Daiki Ito celebrate third...
Japan's ski jumping team (R-L) Takanobu Okabe, Noriaki Kasai, Shohhei Tochimoto and Daiki Ito celebrate third place on the podium after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo, northern Japan February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MSZW
February 25, 2007
Japan's ski jumping team (R-L) Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai celebrate...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's ski jumping team celebrate third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships...
Japan's ski jumping team (R-L) Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai celebrate third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships in Sapporo February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MSZU
February 25, 2007
Japan's ski jumping team (L-R) Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito, Shohhei Tochimoto, and Noriaki Kasai celebrates...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's ski jumping team celebrates third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships...
Japan's ski jumping team (L-R) Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito, Shohhei Tochimoto, and Noriaki Kasai celebrates third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships in Sapporo, February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MSZK
February 25, 2007
Japan's ski jumping team, (R-L) Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai, celebrate...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's ski jumping team celebrates third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships...
Japan's ski jumping team, (R-L) Shohhei Tochimoto, Takanobu Okabe, Daiki Ito and Noriaki Kasai, celebrate third place after the large hill team jump at the Nordic World Championships in Sapporo February 25, 2007. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
SKIING-NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MQD1
February 23, 2007
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars into the air during ski jumping large hill individual competition qualifiers...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars into the air during ski jumping large hill individual competition qualifiers...
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars into the air during ski jumping large hill individual competition qualifiers at the Nordic World Championships in Sapporo, northern Japan February 23, 2007. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
SKIING/NORDIC/WORLD
RTR1MOJV
February 22, 2007
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air during a practice jump at the Nordic World Ski Championships...
Sapporo, Japan
Japan's Okabe soars through the air during a practice jump at the Nordic World Ski Championships at Okurayama...
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air during a practice jump at the Nordic World Ski Championships at Okurayama jumping hill in Sapporo, in Japan's northern island of Hokkaido February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SPORT SKI NORDIC
RTR1JMX6
November 23, 2006
Japan's Takanobu Okabe takes a training jump prior to the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping competition in Kuusamo...
Kuusamo, Finland
Japan's Takanobu Okabe takes a training jump prior to the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping competition in Kuusamo...
Japan's Takanobu Okabe takes a training jump prior to the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping competition in Kuusamo November 23, 2006. The finals of the ski jumping event will take place November 24, 2006. REUTERS/Bob Strong (FINLAND)
OLYMPICS SKI JUMPING
RTR19KBU
February 18, 2006
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air to finish eighth in the long hill ski jumping individual...
Pragelato, Italy
Japan's Okabe competes in long hill ski jumping individual competition at Winter Olympic games in Pragelato...
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air to finish eighth in the long hill ski jumping individual competition at the Torino 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Pragelato, Italy February 18, 2006. Austria's Thomas Morgenstern won the competition ahead of his compatriot Andreas Kofler and Norway's Lars Bystoel. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
OLYMPICS SKI JUMPING
RTR16DCS
February 18, 2006
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air to finish eighth in the long hill ski jumping individual...
Pragelato, Italy
Japan's Okabe competes in long hill ski jumping individual competition at Winter Olympic games in Pragelato...
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air to finish eighth in the long hill ski jumping individual competition at the Torino 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Pragelato, Italy February 18, 2006. Austria's Thomas Morgenstern won the competition ahead of his compatriot Andreas Kofler and Norway's Lars Bystoel. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTR18O4H
February 05, 2006
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air during his second jump at the ski jumping World Cup team...
Willingen, Germany
Japan's Okabe soars through air during his second jump at World Cup team competition in Willingen
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air during his second jump at the ski jumping World Cup team competition in the western German town of Willingen February 5, 2006. Finland won the competition, Austria placed second and Norway placed third. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTR15W03
February 05, 2006
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air during his second jump at the ski jumping World Cup team...
Willingen, Germany
Japan's Okabe soars through air during his second jump at World Cup team competition in Willingen
Japan's Takanobu Okabe soars through the air during his second jump at the ski jumping World Cup team competition in the western German town of Willingen February 5, 2006. Finland won the competition, Austria placed second and Norway placed third. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
SKIING
RTXO6AI
January 22, 2006
Roar Ljoekelsoey (C) of Norway celebrates with Daiki Ito (L) and Takanobu Okabe of Japan on the podium...
Sapporo, Japan
Roar Ljoekelsoey (C) of Norway celebrates with Daiki Ito (L) and Takanobu Okabe of Japan on the podi.....
Roar Ljoekelsoey (C) of Norway celebrates with Daiki Ito (L) and Takanobu Okabe of Japan on the podium after winning the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January 22, 2006. Ljoekelsoey won the 14th World Cup competition with 218.4 points and placed second in the 13th competition on Saturday night. Ito placed second with 280.9 points while Okabe was third with 258.0 points.
JAPAN
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January 22, 2006
Takanobu Okabe of Japan competes in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January...
Sapporo, Japan
Okabe of Japan competes in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo
Takanobu Okabe of Japan competes in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January 22, 2006. Okabe placed third with 258.0 points in the 14th World Cup competition. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
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January 22, 2006
Takanobu Okabe of Japan celebrates after his second jump in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo,...
Sapporo, Japan
Okabe of Japan celebrates after his second jump in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo
Takanobu Okabe of Japan celebrates after his second jump in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January 22, 2006. Okabe placed third with 258.0 points in the 14th World Cup competition. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
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January 22, 2006
Roar Ljoekelsoey (C) of Norway celebrates with Daiki Ito (L) and Takanobu Okabe of Japan on the podium...
Sapporo, Japan
Ljoekelsoey of Norway celebrates after winning the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo
Roar Ljoekelsoey (C) of Norway celebrates with Daiki Ito (L) and Takanobu Okabe of Japan on the podium after winning the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January 22, 2006. Ljoekelsoey won the 14th World Cup competition with 218.4 points and placed second in the 13th competition on Saturday night. Ito placed second with 280.9 points while Okabe was third with 258.0 points. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
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January 21, 2006
Takanobu Okabe (R) of Japan celebrates his third place on the podium as Bjoern Einar Romoeren (C) of...
Sapporo, Japan
Takanobu Okabe of Japan celebrates his third place in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo
Takanobu Okabe (R) of Japan celebrates his third place on the podium as Bjoern Einar Romoeren (C) of Norway celebrates with his compatriot Roar Ljoekelsoey (L) after the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January 21, 2006. Okabe climbed on the podium for the first time since March in 1998. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
RTR183KD
January 21, 2006
Bjoern Einar Romoeren (C) of Norway celebrates on the podium with his compatriot Roar Ljoekelsoey (L)...
Sapporo, Japan
Bjoern Einar Romoeren of Norway celebrates after winning the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo
Bjoern Einar Romoeren (C) of Norway celebrates on the podium with his compatriot Roar Ljoekelsoey (L) and Takanobu Okabe in third place, after winning the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January 21, 2006. Romoeren won the 13th World Cup competition with 269.9 points. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
RTR183AL
January 21, 2006
Takanobu Okabe of Japan soars during the second jump in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern...
Sapporo, Japan
Takanobu Okabe of Japan soars during the second jump in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo
Takanobu Okabe of Japan soars during the second jump in the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Sapporo, northern Japan January 21, 2006. Okabe placed third with 256.6 points and Norwegian Bjoern Einar Romoeren won the 13th World Cup competition. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
SPORT SKI JUMPING
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January 01, 2006
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during the second jumping of the 54th four hill ski jumping...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament in Garmisch...
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during the second jumping of the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament in Garmisch Partenkirchen, southern Germany, January 1, 2006. Jakub Janda of Czech Republic won the jumping ahead of Finland's Janne Ahonen and Matti Hautamaeki. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTR1BCTW
December 31, 2005
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during a practice for the second jumping of the 54th four...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament in Garmisch...
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during a practice for the second jumping of the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament in Garmisch Partenkirchen, southern Germany, December 31, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTR1BBSW
December 29, 2005
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during his jump at the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament...
Oberstdorf, Germany
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during his jump at the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament...
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during his jump at the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament in Oberstdorf, southern Germany, December 29, 2005. Ski jumping World Champion Janne Ahonen from Finland won the competiton ahead of Norway's Roar Ljoekelsoey and Czech Republic's Jakub Janda. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTR1BBOS
December 29, 2005
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during a trial round of the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament...
Oberstdorf, Germany
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament in Oberstdorf...
Japan's Okabe Takanobu soars through the air during a trial round of the 54th four hill ski jumping tournament in Oberstdorf, southern Germany, December 29, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
OKABE
RTXIJKD
February 17, 1998
Japanese Takanobu Okabe soars down the hill during his last jump of the Olympic K120 ski jumping team...
Japanese Takanobu Okabe soars down the hill during his last jump of the Olympic K120 ski jumping tea.....
Japanese Takanobu Okabe soars down the hill during his last jump of the Olympic K120 ski jumping team event February 17. Japan won the event ahead of [Germany second placed and Austria who took the third place.]
RTR2N6M
March 23, 1997
Winners of the World Cup ski jumping competition in Planica celebrate on the podium March 23. The overall...
Slovenia
WINNERS OF THE WORLD CUP SKI JUMPING IN PLANICA CELEBRATE
Winners of the World Cup ski jumping competition in Planica celebrate on the podium March 23. The overall winners from left to right are Takanobu Okabe of Japan, second, Slovenia's Primoz Peterka, first and Japan's Kazuyoshi Funaki, third.

SPORT SKI
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March 22, 1997
Japan's Takanobu Okabe is airbourne during the World Cup Ski Jumping event in Planica, March 22. Takanobu...
Slovenia
JAPAN'S TAKANOBU OKABE IS AIRBOURNE DUIRNG FIRST SKIJUMP IN PLANICA
Japan's Takanobu Okabe is airbourne during the World Cup Ski Jumping event in Planica, March 22. Takanobu Okabe posted jumps of 197.50 metres and 207 metres - the longest-ever ski flying jump recorded in World Cup competition. Takanobu is placed fourth in the overall standings.

SPORT SKI JUMPING
RTR2M7P
March 22, 1997
Winners of the World Cup ski jumping competition celebrate on the podium March 22. Takanobu Okabe (C)...
Slovenia
WINNERS OF THE WORLD CUP SKI JUMPING EVENT IN PLANICA POSE
Winners of the World Cup ski jumping competition celebrate on the podium March 22. Takanobu Okabe (C) of Japan won the event ahead of fellow contryman Kazuyoshi Funaki (L) and the third place finisher Jani Soininen of Finland.

SPORT SKI
RTR1ANS
January 19, 1997
Winner Dieter Thoma (C) of Germany is flanked by Norway's Roar Ljoekelsoy (L), second placed, and Japan's...
Japan
WORLD CUP WINNERS OF LARGE HILL SKI JUMPING IN SAPPORO
Winner Dieter Thoma (C) of Germany is flanked by Norway's Roar Ljoekelsoy (L), second placed, and Japan's Takanobu Okabe, third placed, as they lift their trophies during the awarding ceremony for the Large Hill competition of the FIS World Cup ski jumping in Sapporo January 19. Claiming his fourth World Cup victory of the season Thoma set a new course record of 134.5 metres in the event.

SPORT SKI
RTR11M0
January 05, 1997
Takanobu Okabe of Japan soars through the air during a practice January 5 for the fourth and last station...
Austria
TAKANOBU OKABE OF JAPAN IN SKI JUMP ACTION
Takanobu Okabe of Japan soars through the air during a practice January 5 for the fourth and last station of the Four Hills Skijumping Tournament. Okabe won today's qualification event with 129,5 metres. Primoz Peterka of Slovenia leads in the overall tournament after three events.

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