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DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0R
July 24, 2013
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani of Italy (R) smiles at second placed Jan Ullrich of Germany on the...
Paris, France
File picture of Tour de France winner Pantani and second placed Ullrich celebrate on the podium following...
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani of Italy (R) smiles at second placed Jan Ullrich of Germany on the victory podium following the 147.5-km 21st and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race of the Tour de France cycling race which ends on the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris in this August 2, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0Q
July 24, 2013
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani (C) of Italy, second placed Jan Ullrich (L) of Germany and third...
Paris, France
File picture of Tour de France winner Pantani, second placed Ullrich and third placed Julich celebrate...
Tour de France winner Marco Pantani (C) of Italy, second placed Jan Ullrich (L) of Germany and third placed Bobby Julich of the U.S. Celebrate on the victory podium following the 147.5-km 21st and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race of the Tour de France cycling race which ends on the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris in this August 2, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
DOPING-CYCLING/FRANCE
RTX11X0P
July 24, 2013
Rider Marco Pantani of Italy, leader's yellow jersey holder, is seen prior to the 147.5km 21st and final...
Paris, France
File picture of rider Marco Pantani of Italy, leader's yellow jersey holder, prior to the 147.5km 21st...
Rider Marco Pantani of Italy, leader's yellow jersey holder, is seen prior to the 147.5km 21st and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race which ends on the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris in this August 2, 1998 file picture. A French Senate group that conducted a five-month inquiry into sports doping issued 60 recommendations on Wednesday, including stepping up prevention efforts, reducing gruelling competitive sports calendars and improving inter-agency communication. The report by the 21-member group was highly anticipated, as it revealed a laundry list of athletes who tested positive for the banned blood-booster EPO during the 1998 Tour de France. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING HEADSHOT)
WR
RTRSQCB
June 23, 2004
THE DEVIL'S HAT OF GERMAN DIDI SENFT IS SEEN IN A BOOK SHELF WITH TOUR DE FRANCE BOOKS AND GUINNESS BOOK...
Storkow, Germany
THE DEVIL'S HAT OF GERMAN DIDI SENFT IS SEEN IN A BOOK SHELF WITH TOUR DE FRANCE BOOKS AND GUINNESS ......
THE DEVIL'S HAT OF GERMAN DIDI SENFT IS SEEN IN A BOOK SHELF WITH TOUR DE FRANCE BOOKS AND GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS IN STORKOW. A used devil's hat of Didi Senft, a 52-year-old cycling fan better known as 'El Diablo' is seen in a book shelf together with a Tour de France book, a book about late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani and Guinness year books of world records in Storkow some 50 kilometres south of the German capital Berlin on June 23, 2004. Senft, who supported the cyclists for the past 12 years at the world's most prestigious cycling race is getting ready for this year's Tour de France that starts in Liege, Belgium, on July 3 and ends in the French capital of Paris on July 25, 2004. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
CYCLING
RTXMGE0
February 18, 2004
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 19MAY00 - Italian Marco Pantani (C) rides amongst the pack during the sixth stage...
Vasto, Italy
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 19MAY00 - Italian Marco Pantani (C) rides amongst the pack during the sixth stage.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 19MAY00 - Italian Marco Pantani (C) rides amongst the pack during the sixth stage of the 83rd Giro d'Italia, May 19, 2000. The 34-year old former Tour de France winner was found dead in a hotel room in Rimini, central Italy, on Saturday.
PANTANI
RTXMGC7
February 18, 2004
Flowers lay in the empty plot where the coffin of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani will rest at...
Cesenatico, Italy
Flowers lay in the empty plot where the coffin of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani will rest .....
Flowers lay in the empty plot where the coffin of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani will rest at a cemetary in Cesenatico, central Italy February 18, 2004. Former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 in Rimini on Saturday night is due to be buried today.
CYCLING
RTXMFOA
February 18, 2004
US Postal team cyclist Lance Armstrong (R) sits on his bike during the minute's silence prior the Algarve...
Albufeira, Portugal
US Postal team cyclist Lance Armstrong (R) sits on his bike during the minute's silence prior the Al.....
US Postal team cyclist Lance Armstrong (R) sits on his bike during the minute's silence prior the Algarve Tour first stage in Albufeira to honour of Italian Marco Pantani February 18, 2004. [Pantani was found dead in his hotel room on February 15, 2004 the cause is still to be determined .]
SPORT CYCLING
RTRT1HM
February 18, 2004
US Postal team cyclist Lance Armstrong (R) sits on his bike during the minute's silence prior the Algarve...
Albufeira, Portugal (Portugese Republic)
US POSTAL TEAM CYCLIST LANCE ARMSTRONG DURING THE MINUTES SILENCE FOR PANTANI.
US Postal team cyclist Lance Armstrong (R) sits on his bike during the minute's silence prior the Algarve Tour first stage in Albufeira to honour of Italian Marco Pantani February 18, 2004. Pantani was found dead in his hotel room on February 15, 2004 the cause is still to be determined. REUTERS/Nacho Doce JR/THI
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT1FC
February 18, 2004
The coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani lies inside the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy,...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI LIES INSIDE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN CESENATICO.
The coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani lies inside the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy, February 18, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to participate in the funeral for the former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani, who died aged 34 on February 14. REUTERS/Pool TG/GB
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT1EB
February 18, 2004
The coffin of the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani lies inside the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico,...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
THE COFFIN OF THE ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI LIES INSIDE THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN CESENATICO....
The coffin of the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani lies inside the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy, February 18, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani, who died aged 34 on Saturday night. REUTERS/Pool TG/CRB
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT1CZ
February 18, 2004
Crowds surge around the coffin carrying the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it leaves the San...
Italy
CROWDS GATHER AROUND COFFIN OF FORMER CYCLING GREAT PANTANI IN ITALY.
Crowds surge around the coffin carrying the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it leaves the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 18, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini DJM/ACM
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT1CC
February 18, 2004
Crowds surge around the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it is carried from the San Giacomo...
Italy
CROWDS GATHER AROUND COFFIN OF FORMER CYCLING GREAT PANTANI IN ITALY.
Crowds surge around the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it is carried from the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 18, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to participate in the funeral of the former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 on February 14. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini DJM/GB
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT1C6
February 18, 2004
A pirates flag flutters as crowds surge around the coffin carrying the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani...
Italy
CROWDS GATHER AROUND COFFIN OF FORMER CYCLING GREAT PANTANI IN ITALY.
A pirates flag flutters as crowds surge around the coffin carrying the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it leaves the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 18, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 last Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini Pictures of the month February 2004 DJM/ACM
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT1B3
February 18, 2004
A fan touches the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it leaves the San Giacomo Church in...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
FAN TOUCHES COFFIN OF FORMER ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT PANTANI IN ITALY.
A fan touches the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it leaves the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 18, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini DJM/ACM
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT1AW
February 18, 2004
Crowds surge around the coffin carrying the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it leaves the San...
Italy
CROWDS GATHER AROUND THE COFFIN OF FORMER CYCLING GREAT PANTANI IN ITALY.
Crowds surge around the coffin carrying the Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as it leaves the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 18, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini DJM/CRB
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT10V
February 18, 2004
A YOUNGSTER WEARS A BANDANA IN MEMORY OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT PANTANI AS CROWDS GATHER FOR HIS FUNERAL...
Italy
A YOUNGSTER WEARS A BANDANA IN MEMORY OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT PANTANI AS CROWDS GATHER FOR HIS ...
A YOUNGSTER WEARS A BANDANA IN MEMORY OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT PANTANI AS CROWDS GATHER FOR HIS FUNERAL IN ITALY. A youngster wears a bandana in memory of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani as crowds gather for his funeral at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, central Italy February 18, 2004. Former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 in Rimini on Saturday night. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez REUTERS
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT10R
February 18, 2004
Flowers lay in the empty plot where the coffin of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani will rest at...
Italy
EMPTY PLOT WHERE LATE ITALIAN CYCLIST PANTANI'S COFFIN WILL REST AT A CEMETARY IN ITALY.
Flowers lay in the empty plot where the coffin of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani will rest at a cemetary in Cesenatico, central Italy February 18, 2004. Former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Pantani who died aged 34 in Rimini on Saturday night is due to be buried today. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/AA
PANTANI
RTXMGC8
February 17, 2004
Paolo Pantani (R) and his wife Tonina mourn beside the coffin of their son, Italian cycling great Marco...
Cesenatico, Italy
Paolo Pantani (R) and his wife Tonina mourn beside the coffin of their son, Italian cycling great Ma.....
Paolo Pantani (R) and his wife Tonina mourn beside the coffin of their son, Italian cycling great Marco Pantani at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 17, 2004. Marco Pantani, who won both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia died in Italy on Saturday night.
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT064
February 17, 2004
MOURNERS PAY THEIR RESPECTS IN FRONT OF COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI AT THE SAN GIACOMO...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
MOURNERS PAY THEIR RESPECTS IN FRONT OF COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI AT THE SAN ...
MOURNERS PAY THEIR RESPECTS IN FRONT OF COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI AT THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN CESENATICO. Mourners pay their respects in front of the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 17, 2004. Pantani, who won both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia died in Italy on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT04K
February 17, 2004
MOURNERS PAY THEIR RESPECTS IN FRONT OF COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI AT THE SAN GIACOMO...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
MOURNERS PAY THEIR RESPECTS IN FRONT OF COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI AT THE SAN ...
MOURNERS PAY THEIR RESPECTS IN FRONT OF COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI AT THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN CESENATICO. Mourners pay their respects in front of the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 17, 2004. Pantani, who won both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia died in Italy on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT02V
February 17, 2004
PAOLO PANTANI AND HIS WIFE TONINA MOURN BESIDE COFFIN OF THEIR SON, ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
PAOLO PANTANI AND HIS WIFE TONINA MOURN BESIDE COFFIN OF THEIR SON, ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO ...
PAOLO PANTANI AND HIS WIFE TONINA MOURN BESIDE COFFIN OF THEIR SON, ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI IN CESENATICO. Paolo Pantani (R) and his wife Tonina mourn beside the coffin of their son, Italian cycling great Marco Pantani at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 17, 2004. Marco Pantani, who won both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia died in Italy on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT02Q
February 17, 2004
PAOLO PANTANI AND HIS WIFE TONINA WEEP BESIDE THE COFFIN OF THEIR SON, ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
PAOLO PANTANI AND HIS WIFE TONINA WEEP BESIDE THE COFFIN OF THEIR SON, ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO ......
PAOLO PANTANI AND HIS WIFE TONINA WEEP BESIDE THE COFFIN OF THEIR SON, ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI IN CESENATICO. Paolo Pantani (R) and his wife Tonina mourn beside the coffin of their son, Italian cycling great Marco Pantani at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 17, 2004. Marco Pantani, who won both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia died in Italy on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT02K
February 17, 2004
MOURNERS LOOK ON AS THE COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI ARRIVES AT THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
MOURNERS LOOK ON AS THE COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI ARRIVES AT THE SAN GIACOMO ...
MOURNERS LOOK ON AS THE COFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI ARRIVES AT THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN CESENATICO. Mourners look on as the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani arrives at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 17, 2004. Marco Pantani, who won both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia died in Italy on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini PP04020089
ITALY PANTANI
RTRT02B
February 17, 2004
MOURNERS LOOK ON AS OFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI ARRIVES AT THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
MOURNERS LOOK ON AS OFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI ARRIVES AT THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN...
MOURNERS LOOK ON AS OFFIN OF ITALIAN CYCLING GREAT MARCO PANTANI ARRIVES AT THE SAN GIACOMO CHURCH IN CESENATICO. Mourners look on as the coffin of Italian cycling great Marco Pantani arrives at the San Giacomo Church in Cesenatico, Italy February 17, 2004. Marco Pantani, who won both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia died in Italy on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
PANTANI
RTXMG2I
February 16, 2004
An elderly man looks at a banners left by supporters of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani at his...
Cesenatico, Italy
An elderly man looks at a banners left by supporters of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani at hi.....
An elderly man looks at a banners left by supporters of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani at his hometown of Cesenatico, Italy February 16, 2004. Former Tour de France winner Pantani died, aged 34, in Rimini on Saturday night.
PANTANI
RTXMG2H
February 16, 2004
A cyclist looks at a banner of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani left by supporters at his hometown...
Cesenatico, Italy
A cyclist looks at a banner of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani left by supporters at his home.....
A cyclist looks at a banner of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani left by supporters at his hometown of Cesenatico, Italy February 16, 2004. Former Tour de France winner Pantani died, aged 34, in Rimini on Saturday night.
ITALY PANTANI
RTRSZ51
February 16, 2004
An elderly man looks at a banners left by supporters of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani at his...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
AN ELDERLY MAN LOOKS AT A BANNERS LEFT BY SUPPORTERS OF LATE ITALIAN CYCLIST MARCO PANTANI IN ITALY.
An elderly man looks at a banners left by supporters of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani at his hometown of Cesenatico, Italy February 16, 2004. Former Tour de France winner Pantani died, aged 34, in Rimini on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini REUTERS PP04020089 SR/FMS
ITALY PANTANI
RTRSZ4U
February 16, 2004
A cyclist looks at a banner of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani left by supporters at his hometown...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
A CYCLIST LOOKS AT A BANNER OF LATE ITALIAN CYCLIST MARCO PANTANI IN ITALY.
A cyclist looks at a banner of the late Italian cyclist Marco Pantani left by supporters at his hometown of Cesenatico, Italy February 16, 2004. Former Tour de France winner Pantani died, aged 34, in Rimini on Saturday night. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini REUTERS SR/FMS
SPORT CYCLING PANTANI
RTRSY16
February 15, 2004
People look at an Italian flag draped in front of Italian cyclist Marco Pantani's house in Cesenatico,...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
PEOPLE LOOK AT FLAG DRAPED OUTSIDE MARCO PANTANI'S HOUSE IN CESENATICO.
People look at an Italian flag draped in front of Italian cyclist Marco Pantani's house in Cesenatico, Italy, February 15, 2004. The 34-year old former Tour de France winner was found dead in a hotel room in Rimini, central Italy, on Saturday. The cause of death was not immediately known but investigators ruled out violence. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini SR/CRB
SPORT CYCLING PANTANI
RTRSXR0
February 15, 2004
A women looks at an Italian flag draped in front of Italian cyclist Marco Pantani's house in Cesenatico,...
Cesenatico, Italy (Italian Republic)
A WOMEN LOOKS AT FLAG DRAPED OUTSIDE MARCO PANTANI'S HOUSE IN CESENATICO.
A women looks at an Italian flag draped in front of Italian cyclist Marco Pantani's house in Cesenatico, Italy, February 15, 2004. The 34-year old former Tour de France winner was found dead in a hotel room in Rimini, central Italy, on Saturday. The cause of death was not immediately known but investigators ruled out violence. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini PP04020089 SR/CRB
ITALY PANTANI
RTRSXCY
February 15, 2004
Newspapers and flowers are left outside former Tour de France winner Marco Pantani's house in Cesenatico,...
Rimini, Italy (Italian Republic)
FLOWERS ARE LEFT OUTSIDE PANTANI'S HOUSE IN CESENATICO.
Newspapers and flowers are left outside former Tour de France winner Marco Pantani's house in Cesenatico, February 15, 2004. An autopsy will take place on Monday to determine the cause of Pantani's death who was found in a hotel room in central Italy with sedatives near his bed. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini PP04020089 SR/FMS
ITALY PANTANI
RTRSX4E
February 15, 2004
Cyclists rides in front of " Le Rose" residence hotel in Rimini February 15, 2004. Former Tour de France...
Rimini, Italy (Italian Republic)
CYCLISTS RIDES IN FRONT OF " LE ROSE" RESIDENCE HOTEL WHERE PANTANI'S DEAD YESTERDAY NIGHT IN RIMINI....
Cyclists rides in front of " Le Rose" residence hotel in Rimini February 15, 2004. Former Tour de France winner Marco Pantani has died at the age of 34, according to media reports in Italy on Saturday. His body was found in " Le Rose" residence hotel room in Rimini. The causes of his death remain unknown, although police reports said no violence was involved. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini PP04020089 SR/ACM
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR13R0E
May 30, 2003
Italian Mercatone uno rider Marco Pantani leads the pack during the 239 km 19th stage from Canelli to...
Cascate Del Toce, United Kingdom
MARCO PANTANI IN 19TH STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA.
Italian Mercatone uno rider Marco Pantani leads the pack during the 239 km 19th stage from Canelli to Cascate del Toce of the Giro d'Italia May 30, 2003. Italian Saeco rider Gilberto Simoni won the stage and retained the leader's pink jersey. REUTERS/Pool SR/DY
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR13QV7
May 30, 2003
Italian Mercatone uno rider Marco Pantani after crossing the finish
line in the 239 km 19th stage from...
Cascate Del Toce, Italy (Italian Republic)
ITALIAN MERCATONE UNO RIDER MARCO PANTANI AFTER 19TH STAGE OF GIRO
D'ITALIA 2003 AT CASCATE DEL TOCE....
Italian Mercatone uno rider Marco Pantani after crossing the finish
line in the 239 km 19th stage from Canelli to Cascate del Toce of the
Giro d'Italia May 30, 2003. Italian Saeco rider Gilberto Simoni won the
stage and retained the leader's pink jersey. REUTERS/Stefano
Rellandini

SR
NONE
RTR13QP0
May 29, 2003
Mercatone Uno rider Italian Marco Pantani lies down injured after crashing during the 174 km 18th stage...
None, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MARCO PANTANI LIES DOWN INJURED AFTER ACCIDENT DURING GIRO D'ITALIA.
Mercatone Uno rider Italian Marco Pantani lies down injured after crashing during the 174 km 18th stage from Santuario di Vicoforte to Valle Varaita of the Giro d'Italia May 29, 2003. Italian Fassa bortolo rider Dario Frigo won the stage while Italian Saeco rider Gilberto Simoni retained the leader's pink jersey. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini HIGH RESOLUTION FILE SR/SN
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR13QIZ
May 29, 2003
Mercatone Uno rider Italian Marco Pantani lies down injured after
crashing during the 174 km 18th stage...
Valle Varaita, Italy (Italian Republic)
ITALIAN RIDER MARCO PANTANI LIES DOWN AFTER CRASHED IN THE 18TH STAGE
OF GIRO D'ITALIA 2003.
Mercatone Uno rider Italian Marco Pantani lies down injured after
crashing during the 174 km 18th stage from Santuario di Vicoforte to
Valle Varaita of the Giro d'Italia May 29, 2003. Italian Fassa bortolo
rider Dario Frigo won the stage while Italian Saeco rider Gilberto
Simoni retained the leader's pink jersey. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
REUTERS

SR
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR13LLT
May 17, 2003
Italy's Mercatone Uno rider Marco Pantani climbs a hill during the
146km seventh stage from Avezzano...
Terminillo, Italy (Italian Republic)
ITALY'S MARCO PANTANI CLIMBS A HILL DURING THE SEVENTH STAGE OF GIRO
D'ITALIA 2003.
Italy's Mercatone Uno rider Marco Pantani climbs a hill during the
146km seventh stage from Avezzano to Terminillo of the Giro d'Italia
May 17, 2003. Italy Vini Caldirola rider Stefano Garzelli won the stage
and took the leader's pink jersey. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

SR/JV
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRSWSH
May 17, 2003
File photo shows Italy's Mercatone Uno rider Marco Pantani climbs a hill during the 146km seventh stage...
Terminillo, Italy (Italian Republic)
FILE PHOTO OF ITALY'S MARCO PANTANI CLIMBS A HILL DURING THE SEVENTH STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA 2003.
File photo shows Italy's Mercatone Uno rider Marco Pantani climbs a hill during the 146km seventh stage from Avezzano to Terminillo of the Giro d'Italia May 17, 2003. Former Tour de France winner Pantani has died at the age of 34, according to media reports in Italy on Saturday. Italian news agency Ansa reported that his body was found in a hotel room in Rimini. The causes of his death remain unknown, although police reports said no violence was involved. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini PP04020089 SR/JV/CRB
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR13IZ2
May 11, 2003
Marco Pantani smiles at the start of the second stage of the Giro
d'Italia, May 11, 2003. Fabio Baldato...
Matera, Italy (Italian Republic)
MARCO PANTANI PREPARES FOR SECOND STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA 2003 IN
COPERTINO.
Marco Pantani smiles at the start of the second stage of the Giro
d'Italia, May 11, 2003. Fabio Baldato was awarded victory in the second
stage of the Giro d'Italia on Sunday after race judges stripped Robbie
McEwen of the win for dangerous riding in the final 200 metres.

REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini REUTERS
SPORT CYCLING
RTR11BF1
January 11, 2003
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani waves during a training ride on the
Spanish island of Mallorca January...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
ITALIAN CYCLIST MARCO PANTANI WAVES DURING TRAINING RIDE ON SPANISH
ISLAND OF MALLORCA.
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani waves during a training ride on the
Spanish island of Mallorca January 11, 2003. Pantani, who was banned
for eight months last year after an insulin syringe was found in his
room during the 2001 Giro d'Italia but his suspension was later quashed
by the Italian Cycling Federation, arrived this week to Palma de
Mallorca to commence training for the 2003 cycling season.

REUTERS/Dani Cardona
SPORT CYCLING
RTR11BEU
January 11, 2003
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani (R) is greeted by a tourist just before
starting a training ride on the...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
ITALIAN CYCLIST MARCO PANTANI IS GREETED BY TOURIST ON SPANISH ISLAND
OF MALLORCA.
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani (R) is greeted by a tourist just before
starting a training ride on the Spanish island of Mallorca January 11,
2003. Pantani, who was banned for eight months last year after an
insulin syringe was found in his room during the 2001 Giro d'Italia but
his suspension was later quashed by the Italian Cycling Federation,
arrived this week to Palma de Mallorca to commence training for the
2003 cycling season. REUTERS/Dani Cardona

PH/GB
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXLLC9
October 24, 2002
Former winners of the Tour de France cycling race poses together during a presentation of next year's...
Paris, France
Former winners of the Tour de France cycling race poses together during a presentation of next year'.....
Former winners of the Tour de France cycling race poses together during a presentation of next year's 100 anniversary race in Paris October 24, 2002. From L: Bjarne Riis of Denmark, Jan Ullrich of Germany and Marco Pantani of Italy. The 2003 edition will start in Paris on July 05 to end in the French capital on July 27. [At 3,402.5km, the 20-stage will be the seventh shortest in Tour history.]
TOUR DE FRANCE
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October 24, 2002
21 former winners of the Tour de France cycling race pose together during a presentation of next year's...
Paris, France
21 former winners of the Tour de France cycling race pose together during a presentation of next yea.....
21 former winners of the Tour de France cycling race pose together during a presentation of next year's 100 anniversary race in Paris October 24, 2002. From L: Charly Gaul, Federico Bahamontes, Felice Gimondi, Lucien Aimar, Jan Janssen, Lucien Van Impe, Joop Zoetemelk, Stephen Roche, Pedro Delgado, Bjarne Riis, Jan Ullrich, Marco Pantani, Bernard Thevenet and Laurent Fignon. [The 2003 edition will start in Paris on July 05 to end in the French capital on July 27. At 3,402.5km, the 20-stage will be the seventh shortest in Tour history. ]
FRANCE
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October 24, 2002
21 former winners of the Tour de France cycling race pose together
during a presentation of next year's...
Paris, France
TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE FORMER WINNERS POSE TOGETHER DURING
PRESENTATION OF 2003 EDITION.
21 former winners of the Tour de France cycling race pose together
during a presentation of next year's 100th anniversary race in Paris
October 24, 2002. From L to R: Charly Gaul, Federico Bahamontes, Felice
Gimondi, Lucien Aimar, Jan Janssen, Lucien Van Impe, Joop Zoetemelk,
Stephen Roche, Pedro Delgado, Bjarne Riis, Jan Ullrich, Marco Pantani,
Bernard Thevenet and Laurent Fignon. The 2003 edition will start in
Paris on July 5 to end in the French capital on July 27. At 3,402.5
kilometres, the 20-stage race will be the seventh shortest in the Tour
de Fance history. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO DRUGS
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May 29, 2002
Italian police leave the truck of Mercatone Uno, the cycling team of
Italian rider Marco Pantani, after...
Corvara, Italy
DRUG POLICE LEAVE MERCATONE UNO TRUCK AFTER THE 16TH STAGE OF GIRO
D'ITALIA.
Italian police leave the truck of Mercatone Uno, the cycling team of
Italian rider Marco Pantani, after a check of the vehicle in Corvara
following the sixteenth stage of the Giro d'Italia May 29, 2002.
Italian police were searching the hotels of cyclists participating in
the Giro d'Italia on Wednesday looking for signs of doping, a spokesman
for the Mapei cycling team has said. This year's event has already been
blighted by positive drugs tests for 2001 winner Gilberto Simoni and
fellow Italian Stefano Garzelli, who won the race in 2000. News agency
reports have said the police were searching the hotels of cyclists in
the four top teams - Mapei, Panaria, Saeco and Mercatone Uno.
REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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SPORT CYCLING
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May 29, 2002
Italy's Marco Pantani rides downhill during the sixteenth stage from
Conegliano to Corvara in Badia...
Corvara, Italy
ITALY'S PANTANI RIDES DOWN DURING THE 16TH STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA AT
CORVARA.
Italy's Marco Pantani rides downhill during the sixteenth stage from
Conegliano to Corvara in Badia (km. 163) of the Giro d'Italia May 29,
2002. Mexican Julio Perez Cuapio won the stage while Australian Cadel
Evans take the leader's pink jersey. REUTERS/ Stefano Rellandini

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SPORT ITALY CYCLING
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May 11, 2002
Italian rider Marco Pantani (R) laughs with Mario Cipollini during the
presentation of the Giro d'Italia...
Milan, Italy
ITALIAN RIDER MARCO PANTANI WITH MARIO CIPOLLINI DURING PRESENTATION OF
GIRO OF ITALY 2002.
Italian rider Marco Pantani (R) laughs with Mario Cipollini during the
presentation of the Giro d'Italia 2002, November 17, 2001, in Milan.
The 85th Giro d'Italia will start in Groningen in the Netherlands on
May 11, 2002, and finish after the 20 stages in Milan on June 2, with a
total race distance of 3,334km. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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SPORT ITALY CYCLING
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May 11, 2002
Italian rider Marco Pantani (C) with Mario Cipollini (R) and general
manager of Giro Carmine Castellano...
Milan, Italy
ITALIAN RIDER PANTANI WITH CIPOLLINI AND CASTELLANO DURING PRESENTATION
OF GIRO OF ITALY 2002.
Italian rider Marco Pantani (C) with Mario Cipollini (R) and general
manager of Giro Carmine Castellano during the presentation of the Giro
d'Italia 2002, November 17, 2001, in Milan. The 85th Giro d'Italia will
start in Groningen in the Netherlands on May 11, 2002, and finish after
the 20 stages in Milan on June 2, with a total race distance of
3,334km. REUTERS/ Stefano Rellandini

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SPORT CYCLING ITALY
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May 11, 2002
Italian rider Marco Pantani makes a face during the presentation of the
Giro d'Italia 2002, November...
Milan, Italy
ITALIAN RIDER PANTANI DURING PRESENTATION OF GIRO OF ITALY 2002.
Italian rider Marco Pantani makes a face during the presentation of the
Giro d'Italia 2002, November 17 in Milan. The 85th Giro d'Italia will
start in Groningen in the Netherlands on May 11, 2002, and finish after
the 20 stages in Milan on June 2, with a total race distance of
3,334km. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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SPO CYCLING GIRO
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May 11, 2002
Italian Marco Pantani rides during the prologue of the 85 th Giro
d'Italia which started in Groningen...
Groningen, Netherlands
ITALIAN PANTANI DURING THE PROLOGUE OF THE GIRO D'ITALIA IN GRONINGEN.
Italian Marco Pantani rides during the prologue of the 85 th Giro
d'Italia which started in Groningen the Netherlands, May 11,2002.
Former Giro winner Marco Pantani, leader of the Mercatone Uno team set
a time of eight minutes 58 seconds. Spanish cyclist Juan Carlos
Dominguez of the Phonak team won the prologue stage of the Giro
d'Italia in a time of eight minutes and 12 seconds on Saturday.
REUTERS/Michael Kooren

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SPORT CYCLING SPAIN
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September 19, 2001
Italian Marco Pantani sits in his team's car after retiring from the
race during the 154km 11th stage...
Pal, Andorra
ITALIAN PANTANI SITS IN HIS TEAM'S CAR AFTER ABANDONING DURING TOUR OF
SPAIN 11TH STAGE.
Italian Marco Pantani sits in his team's car after retiring from the
race during the 154km 11th stage of Tour of Spain cycling race
September 19, 2001. Spain's Jose Maria Jimenez won the stage and Oscar
Sevilla took the overall leader jersey. REUTERS/Sergio Perez

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SPORT CYCLING PANTANI
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September 09, 2001
Italian star cyclist Marco Pantani rides in the pack during the 147-km
second stage of the Tour of Spain...
Salamanca, Spain
ITALIAN CYCLIST MARCO PANTANI RIDES DURING THE TOUR OF SPAIN RACE.
Italian star cyclist Marco Pantani rides in the pack during the 147-km
second stage of the Tour of Spain cycle race in this file photo taken
September 9, 2001. Pantani was aquitted by a Bologna appeal court
October 23, 2001 of doping charges stemming from his high red blood
cell count during a 1995 race from Milan to Turin. The court ruled
doping was not a criminal offence in 1995. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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SPORT CYCLING SPAIN
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September 09, 2001
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani rides in the pack during the 147-km second stage of the Tour of Spain cycling...
Salamanca, Spain
ITALIAN MARCO PANTANI RIDES DURING THE TOUR OF SPAIN CYCLING RACE.
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani rides in the pack during the 147-km second stage of the Tour of Spain cycling race from Salamanca to Valladolid September 9, 2001. German Erik Zabel won the stage in a sprint finish and Britian's David Millar retained the over-all race lead. Pantan, a former Tour de France winner, is currently in 125th place over-all. The 56th Tour of Spain will take racers some 3,012 kilometres over 21 stages ending in Madrid on September 30th. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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SPORT CYCLING SPAIN
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September 08, 2001
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani goes up a hill during the 12-km first
stage of the Tour of Spain cycling...
Salamanca, Spain
ITALIAN MARCO PANTANI SPEEDS DURING FIRST STAGE OF THE TOUR OF SPAIN
CYCLING RACE.
Italian cyclist Marco Pantani goes up a hill during the 12-km first
stage of the Tour of Spain cycling race September 8, 2001. Pantani,
whose team was not invited to this year's Tour de France, is one of
Italy's main hopes for the over-all title. The 56th Tour of Spain will
take racers some 3,012 kilometres over 21 stages ending in Madrid on
September 30th. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO DOPING
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June 07, 2001
Italy's Marco Pantani leaves the hotel in San Remo June 7, 2001 where riders were deciding whether to...
Sanremo, Italy
ITALY'S MARCO PANTANI LEAVES HOTEL IN SANREMO.
Italy's Marco Pantani leaves the hotel in San Remo June 7, 2001 where riders were deciding whether to compete in the 18th stage of the Giro d' Italia race after a doping scandale broke on Wednesday night. Italian police have seized a variety of substances following doping raids on the rooms of cyclists competing in the Giro d'Italia, an Italian cycling official said.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO DOPING
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June 07, 2001
Italian rider Marco Pantani of Mercatone Uno rests in a hotel room in San Remo June 7, 2001 as he gather...
San Remo, Italy
ITALIAN RIDER MARCO PANTANI RESTS IN A HOTEL ROOM IN SAN REMO.
Italian rider Marco Pantani of Mercatone Uno rests in a hotel room in San Remo June 7, 2001 as he gather with other riders to decide whether to compete in the 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race after a doping scandale broke on Wednesday night. Italian police have seized a variety of substances following doping raids on the rooms of cyclists competing in the Giro d'Italia, an Italian cycling official said.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO DOPING
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June 07, 2001
Italian riders Mario Cipollini of Saeco team (front) and Marco Pantani of Mercatone Uno team gather in...
San Remo, Italy
ITALIAN RIDER MARIO CIPOLLINI AND MARCO PANTANI REST IN HOTEL ROOM IN SAN REMO.
Italian riders Mario Cipollini of Saeco team (front) and Marco Pantani of Mercatone Uno team gather in a hotel room in San Remo June 7, 2001 as they decide whether to compete in the 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race after a doping scandal broke on Wednesday night. Italian police have seized a variety of substances following doping raids on the hotel rooms of cyclists competing in the Giro d'Italia, an Italian cycling official said.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO DOPING
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June 07, 2001
Italian riders Mario Cipollini (L), Marco Pantani (C) and pink jersey rider Gilberto Simoni (lower R)...
San Remo, Italy
GIRO D'ITALIA RIDERS CIPOLLINI, PANTANI AND SIMONI GATHER IN HOTEL ROOM IN SAN REMO.
Italian riders Mario Cipollini (L), Marco Pantani (C) and pink jersey rider Gilberto Simoni (lower R) gather with other riders in a hotel room in San Remo June 7, 2001 as they decide whether to compete in the 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia cyclin race after a doping scandale broke on Wednesday night. Italian police have seized a variety of substances following doping raids on the rooms of cyclists competing in the Giro d'Italia, an Italian cycling official said.

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