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Obituary
Obituary 
Olympic Champion Karine Ruby - 31 May 2009 
46 PICTURES 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
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January 16, 2005 
France's Karine Ruby (L) takes air while on her way to a second place in the Women's Snowboard-Cross... 
Whistler, Canada 
France's Karine Ruby on her way to a second in Women's Snowboard-Cross in Whistler. 
France's Karine Ruby (L) takes air while on her way to a second place in the Women's Snowboard-Cross at the FIS World Championships in Whistler, British Columbia January 16, 2005. Behind Ruby is Switzerland's Katrin Kellenberger. REUTERS/ Andy Clark AC 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR10T2Z 
January 16, 2005 
USA's Lindsey Jacobellis shows her form while heading to her first place finish in the Women's Snowboard-Cross... 
Whistler, Canada 
USAs Jacobellis shows her form while heading a first place Womens Snowboard-Cross at World Championships.... 
USA's Lindsey Jacobellis shows her form while heading to her first place finish in the Women's Snowboard-Cross at the FIS World Championships in Whistler, British Columbia, January 16, 2005. France's Karine Ruby was second and Canada's Maelle Ricker was third. REUTERS/ Andy Clark AC/HB 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
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January 16, 2005 
Winners in the Women's Snowboard-Cross celebrate on the podium at the FIS World Championships in Whistler,... 
Whistler, Canada 
Winners in the Women's Snopwboard Cross celebrate on podium at World Championships in Whistler. 
Winners in the Women's Snowboard-Cross celebrate on the podium at the FIS World Championships in Whistler, British Columbia, January 16, 2005. USA's Lindsey Jacobellis (C) was first while France's Karine Ruby (L) was second and Canada's Maelle Ricker was third. REUTERS/ Andy Clark AC/HB 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
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January 16, 2005 
USA's Lindsey Jacobellis celebrates on podium after winning the Women's Snowboard-Cross at the FIS World... 
Whistler, Canada 
USAs Lindsey Jacobellis celebrates on podium after winning Women's Snowboard Cross at World Championships.... 
USA's Lindsey Jacobellis celebrates on podium after winning the Women's Snowboard-Cross at the FIS World Championships in Whistler, British Columbia January 16, 2005. France's Karine Ruby was second and Canada's Maelle Ricker was third. REUTERS/ Andy Clark AC/HB 
SPORT SKI
RTRU0G5 
March 11, 2004 
France's Karine Ruby kisses her trophy after being crowned 2004 World Cup overall Snowboard Cross winner... 
Bardonecchia, Italy (Italian Republic) 
FRANCE'S RUBY KISSES HER TROPHY AFTER THE SNOWBOARD CROSS EVENT IN BARDONECCHIA. 
France's Karine Ruby kisses her trophy after being crowned 2004 World Cup overall Snowboard Cross winner at the Alpine skiing World Cup finals in Bardonecchia, March 11, 2004. France's Julie Pomagalski won the Snowboard Cross event with Norway's Line Oestvold finishing second and Austria's Susanne Moll finishing third. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD 
SPORT SKI
RTRU0FZ 
March 11, 2004 
(L-R) Austria's Susanne Moll, France's Julie Pomagalski, Norway's Line Oestvold and Italy's Carmen Ranigler... 
Bardonecchia, Italy (Italian Republic) 
MOLL, POMAGALSKI, OESTVOLD AND RANIGLER COMPETE IN THE SNOWBOARD CROSS EVENT IN BARDONECCHIA. 
(L-R) Austria's Susanne Moll, France's Julie Pomagalski, Norway's Line Oestvold and Italy's Carmen Ranigler compete in the women's final of the Snowboard Cross event at the Alpine skiing World Cup finals in Bardonecchia, March 11, 2004. Pomagalski won the event with her compatriot Karine Ruby crowned as 2004 World Cup overall Snowboard Cross winner. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi REUTERS KD/THI 
SPORT SKI
RTRU0F5 
March 11, 2004 
(L-R) Italy's Carmen Ranigler, Austria's Manuela Riegler and France's Julie Pomagalski compete in the... 
Bardonecchia, Italy (Italian Republic) 
RANIGLER, RIEGLER AND POMAGALSKI COMPETE IN THE SNOWBOARD CROSS EVENT IN BARDONECCHIA. 
(L-R) Italy's Carmen Ranigler, Austria's Manuela Riegler and France's Julie Pomagalski compete in the woman's Snowboard Cross event at the Alpine skiing World Cup finals in Bardonecchia, March 11, 2004. Pomagalski won the event with her compatriot Karine Ruby crowned 2004 World Cup overall Snowboard Cross winner. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty PP04030057 KD/THI 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11OKC 
January 25, 2003 
France's Karine Ruby (R) and her team mate Julie Pomagalski take a jump
during the Snowboard Cross final... 
Berchtesgaden, Germany 
FRANCE'S RUBY AND TEAM MATE POMAGALSKI TAKE A JUMP DURING SNOWBOARD
WORLD CUP IN BERCHTESGADEN. 
France's Karine Ruby (R) and her team mate Julie Pomagalski take a jump
during the Snowboard Cross final at the Snowboard World Cup in
Berchtesgaden January 25, 2003. Olivia Nobs from Switzerland won the
race, Pomagalski finished second and Austria's Doris Krings came in
third. Ruby finished fourth after a crash. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/JV 
RUBY
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January 19, 2003 
France's Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up her gold medal after the Snowboard Cross final at the Snowboard... 
Murau, Austria 
France's Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up her gold medal after the Snowboard Cross final at the Sn..... 
France's Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up her gold medal after the Snowboard Cross final at the Snowboard World Championships at the Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January 19, 2003. [Ruby won the race, Austria's Ursula Fingerlos came in second and France's Victoria Wicky finished third.} 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11FIO 
January 15, 2003 
Karine Ruby from France takes a curve during the qualification run of
the Parallel Slalom race at the... 
Murnau, Austria 
RUBY FROM FRANCE TAKES A CURVE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT
KREISCHBERG. 
Karine Ruby from France takes a curve during the qualification run of
the Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World Championships at the
Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January 15,
2003. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/WS 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11DV1 
January 13, 2003 
Germany's Heidi Renoth (R) and France's Karine Ruby (L) take a curve
during their quarter final heat... 
Murau, Austria 
GERMANY'S RENOTH AND FRANCE'S RUBY TAKE A CURVE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT KREISCHBERG.... 
Germany's Heidi Renoth (R) and France's Karine Ruby (L) take a curve
during their quarter final heat of Parallel Giant Slalom race at the
Snowboard World Championships at the Kreischberg mountain near the
Austrian resort of Murau January 13, 2003. Switzerland's Ursula Bruhin
won the race, France's Julie Pomagalski came in second and Renoth
finished third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/AH 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTR11DO3 
January 13, 2003 
Karine Ruby from France takes a curve during the qualification run of
the Parallel Giant Slalom race... 
Murau, Austria 
RUBY FROM FRANCE TAKES A CURVE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT
KREISCHBERG. 
Karine Ruby from France takes a curve during the qualification run of
the Parallel Giant Slalom race at the Snowboard World Championships at
the Kreischberg mountain near the Austrian resort of Murau January 13,
2003. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/WS 
SNOWBOARD
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March 23, 2002 
French snowboarder Karine Ruby (C) holds up the Overall World Cup trophy as the two Austrians Doris Krings... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
French snowboarder Karine Ruby (C) holds up the Overall World Cup trophy as the two Austrians Doris ..... 
French snowboarder Karine Ruby (C) holds up the Overall World Cup trophy as the two Austrians Doris Krings (L) and Doris Guenther smile during the final podium of the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen March 23, 2002. [Ruby won the Overall Snowboard World Cup with 999.1 points ahead of Krings and Guenther.] 
RUBY
RTXL5MZ 
March 23, 2002 
French rider Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up the Overall World Cup trophy during the final podium... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
French rider Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up the Overall World Cup trophy during the final podium..... 
French rider Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up the Overall World Cup trophy during the final podium of the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen March 23, 2002. [Ruby won the Overall Snowboard World Cup with 999.1 points ahead of the two Austrians Doris Krings and Doris Guenther.] 
SNOWBOARD
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March 23, 2002 
France's Marie Laissus (L), Julie Pomagalski (2ndL), Karine Ruby (R) and their team coach Xavier Perrier-Michon... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
France's Marie Laissus (L), Julie Pomagalski (2ndL), Karine Ruby (R) and their team coach Xavier Pe..... 
France's Marie Laissus (L), Julie Pomagalski (2ndL), Karine Ruby (R) and their team coach Xavier Perrier-Michon (2ndR) celebrate with the Nations Cup trophy during the final awards ceremony of the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen March 23, 2002. France won the Snowboard World Cup Nations Cup ahead of Austria and Italy. 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU4E0 
March 23, 2002 
Switzerland's Olivia Nobs (L) and Austria's Doris Krings are airborne
during the snowboard cross race... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
NOBS AND KRINGS ARE AIRBORNE DURING SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN TANDADALEN. 
Switzerland's Olivia Nobs (L) and Austria's Doris Krings are airborne
during the snowboard cross race at the Snowboard World Cup finals in
Tandadalen, Sweden March 23, 2002. Krings won ahead of France's Julie
Pomagalski and her teammate Karine Ruby. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU44S 
March 23, 2002 
FRENCH RUBY AND AUSTRIANS KRINGS AND GUENTHER SMILE DURING OVERALL
PODIUM OF SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
FRENCH RUBY AND AUSTRIANS KRINGS AND GUENTHER SMILE DURING OVERALL
PODIUM OF SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN... 
FRENCH RUBY AND AUSTRIANS KRINGS AND GUENTHER SMILE DURING OVERALL
PODIUM OF SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN TANDADALEN.


French snowboarder Karine Ruby (C) holds up the Overall World Cup
trophy as the two Austrians Doris Krings (L) and Doris Guenther smile
during the final podium of the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen March
23, 2002. Ruby won the Overall Snowboard World Cup with 999.1 points
ahead of Krings and Guenther. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU44G 
March 23, 2002 
French rider Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up the Overall World Cup
trophy during the final podium... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
RUBY OF FRANCE HOLDS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP TROPHY IN TANDADALEN. 
French rider Karine Ruby smiles as she holds up the Overall World Cup
trophy during the final podium of the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen
March 23, 2002. Ruby won the Overall Snowboard World Cup with 999.1
points ahead of the two Austrians Doris Krings and Doris Guenther.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/CRB 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU42P 
March 23, 2002 
SNOWBOARDERS LAISSUS, POMAGALSKI AND RUBY AND COACH PERRIER-MICHON
CELEBRATE AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
SNOWBOARDERS LAISSUS, POMAGALSKI AND RUBY AND COACH PERRIER-MICHON
CELEBRATE AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP... 
SNOWBOARDERS LAISSUS, POMAGALSKI AND RUBY AND COACH PERRIER-MICHON
CELEBRATE AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP FINALS IN TANDADALEN.


France's Marie Laissus (L), Julie Pomagalski (2ndL), Karine Ruby (R)
and their team coach Xavier Perrier-Michon (2ndR) celebrate with the
Nations Cup trophy during the final awards ceremony of the Snowboard
World Cup in Tandadalen March 23, 2002. France won the Snowboard World
Cup Nations Cup ahead of Austria and Italy. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU1WU 
March 21, 2002 
German alpine rider Heidi Renoth takes a curve during the final
Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
GERMANY'S RENOTH TAKES A CURVE DURING FINAL PARALLEL SLALOM RACE AT
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN TANDADALEN.... 
German alpine rider Heidi Renoth takes a curve during the final
Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen March 21,
2002. Renoth won the race, France's Karine Ruby placed second and Rosey
Fletcher from the U.S. came in third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
REUTERS

AX 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU1VP 
March 21, 2002 
Karine Ruby of France smiles as she holds the Parallel Slalom World Cup
trophy during the final podium... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
FRANCE'S RUBY HOLDS WORLD CUP TROPHY AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP FINALS IN
TANDADALEN. 
Karine Ruby of France smiles as she holds the Parallel Slalom World Cup
trophy during the final podium of the Snowboard World Cup in
Tandadalen, Norway March 21, 2002. Ruby won the Parallel Slalom World
Cup with 5200 points ahead of Germany's Heidi Renoth and Isabelle Blanc
from France. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

AX 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU1VI 
March 21, 2002 
Karine Ruby of France takes a curve during the final parallel slalom
race at the Snowboard World Cup... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
FRANCES RUBY TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL SLALOM RACE AT SNOWBOARD
WORLD CUP FINALS IN TANDADALEN. 
Karine Ruby of France takes a curve during the final parallel slalom
race at the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen March 21, 2002. Ruby won
the Parallel Slalom World Cup with 5200 points ahead of Germany's Heidi
Renoth and Isabelle Blanc from France. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/CRB 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU1VA 
March 21, 2002 
Karine Ruby of France (C) shows the Parallel Slalom World Cup trophy as
Germany's Heidi Renoth (L) and... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
FRANCES RUBY SHOWS WORLD CUP TROPHY AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP FINALS IN
TANDADALEN. 
Karine Ruby of France (C) shows the Parallel Slalom World Cup trophy as
Germany's Heidi Renoth (L) and France's Isabelle Blanc smile during the
final podium of the Snowboard World Cup in Tandadalen, Sweden March 21,
2002. Ruby won the Parallel Slalom World Cup with 5200 points ahead of
Renoth and Blanc. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

AX 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU10M 
March 20, 2002 
Olympic gold medalist Isabelle Blanc of France holds the women's
Parallel Giant Slalom World Cup trophy... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
ISABELLE BLANC HOLDS SLALOM WORLD CUP TROPHY AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP
FINAL IN TANDADALEN. 
Olympic gold medalist Isabelle Blanc of France holds the women's
Parallel Giant Slalom World Cup trophy after the seasons final
Snowboard World Cup Parallel Giant Slalom race in Tandadalen March 20,
2002. Blanc won the women's World Cup Parallel Giant Slalom with 500
points ahead of Austria's Doris Guenther and Karine Ruby of France.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRU10F 
March 20, 2002 
FRANCES BLANC AUSTRIAS GUENTHER AND FRENCH RUBY SMILE DURING FINAL
PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM PODIUM AT SNOWBOARD... 
Tandadalen, Sweden 
FRANCES BLANC AUSTRIAS GUENTHER AND FRENCH RUBY SMILE DURING FINAL
PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM PODIUM AT ...... 
FRANCES BLANC AUSTRIAS GUENTHER AND FRENCH RUBY SMILE DURING FINAL
PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM PODIUM AT SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP FINAL IN
TANDADALEN.


France's Olympic gold medalist Isabelle Blanc, Austria's Doris Guenther
and France's Karine Ruby smile during the women's Parallel Giant Slalom
World Cup podium after the last Snowboard World Cup Parallel Giant
Slalom race in Tandadalen March 20, 2002. Blanc won the women's World
Cup Parallel Giant Slalom with 500 points ahead of Guenther and Ruby.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS 
RUBY
RTXL5JK 
March 14, 2002 
France's alpine rider Karine Ruby takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World... 
Ruka, Finland 
France's alpine rider Karine Ruby takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard Wor..... 
France's alpine rider Karine Ruby takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World Cup in Ruka March 14, 2002. [Austria's Claudia Riegler won the race, Lisa Kosglow from the U.S. placed second and Ruby, the current Parallel Slalom World Cup leader, came in third. ] 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRTUP9 
March 14, 2002 
France's alpine rider Karine Ruby takes a curve during the Parallel
Slalom race at the Snowboard World... 
Ruka, Finland 
FRENCH RUBY TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL SLALOM RACE AT SNOWBOARD
WORLD CUP IN RUKA. 
France's alpine rider Karine Ruby takes a curve during the Parallel
Slalom race at the Snowboard World Cup in Ruka March 14, 2002.
Austria's Claudia Riegler won the race, Lisa Kosglow from the U.S.
placed second and Ruby, the current Parallel Slalom World Cup leader,
came in third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

AX 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRTUP4 
March 14, 2002 
U.S. alpine rider Lisa Kosglow takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom
race at the Snowboard World... 
Ruka, Finland 
US RIDER KOSGLOW TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL SLALOM RACE AT SNOWBOARD
WORLD CUP IN RUKA. 
U.S. alpine rider Lisa Kosglow takes a curve during the Parallel Slalom
race at the Snowboard World Cup in Ruka March 14, 2002. Austria's
Claudia Riegler won the race, Kosglow placed second and France's Karine
Ruby came in third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

AX 
SPORT SNOWBOARDING
RTRTUOS 
March 14, 2002 
Austria's alpine rider Claudia Riegler takes a curve during the
Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard... 
Ruka, Finland 
AUSTRIA'S CLAUDIA RIEGLER TAKES A CURVE DURING PARALLEL SLALOM RACE AT
SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IN RUKA. 
Austria's alpine rider Claudia Riegler takes a curve during the
Parallel Slalom race at the Snowboard World Cup in Ruka March 14, 2002.
Riegler won the race, Lisa Kosglow from the U.S. placed second and
France's Karine Ruby came in third. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

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OLYMPICS
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February 25, 2002 
Henri Serandour (C), French Olympic Committee head, stands with French olympic medalists, from L-R: Doriane... 
Paris, France 
Henri Serandour (C), French Olympic Committee head, stands with French olympic medalists, from L-R: ..... 
Henri Serandour (C), French Olympic Committee head, stands with French olympic medalists, from L-R: Doriane Vidal, Isabelle Blanc, Richard Gay, Karine Ruby, Carole Montillet, Raphael Poree, and Laure Pequegnot in Paris, February 25, 2002. French Olympic medalists returned from the 2002 Salt Lake City winter games with a record 11 medals - four gold, five silver, and two bronze. 
OLYMPICS
RTXL3E3 
February 25, 2002 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc, Laure Pequegnot, and Karine Ruby,... 
Paris, France 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc, Laure Pequegnot, and Karine Ru..... 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc, Laure Pequegnot, and Karine Ruby, wave flags as they stand in an open-top car which drives down the Champs Elysees in Paris, February 25, 2002. French Olympic medalists returned from the 2002 Salt Lake City winter games with a record 11 medals - four gold, five silver, and two bronze. Man at left is not identified. 
OLYMPICS
RTXL3E1 
February 25, 2002 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc, Laurence Pequegnot, and Karine... 
Paris, France 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc, Laurence Pequegnot, and Karine..... 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc, Laurence Pequegnot, and Karine Ruby, wave flags as they stand in an open-top car which drives down the Champs Elysees in Paris, February 25, 2002. French Olympic medalists returned from the 2002 Salt Lake City winter games with a record 11 medals - four gold, five silver, and two bronze. 
FRANCE OLYMPICS
RTRTFQ3 
February 25, 2002 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc,
Laure Pequegnot, and Karine Ruby,... 
Paris, France 
FRENCH OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS WAVE FLAGS AS THEY RIDE ON CHAMPS ELYSEES IN
PARIS. 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from L-R: Isabelle Blanc,
Laure Pequegnot, and Karine Ruby, wave flags as they stand in an
open-top car which drives down the Champs Elysees in Paris, February
25, 2002. French Olympic medalists returned from the 2002 Salt Lake
City winter games with a record 11 medals - four gold, five silver, and
two bronze. Man at left is not identified. REUTERS/Xavier Lhospice

JES/ 
FRANCE OLYMPICS
RTRTFPX 
February 25, 2002 
Henri Serandour (C), French Olympic Committee head, stands with French
olympic medalists, from L-R:... 
Paris, France 
FRENCH OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS CELEBRATE WITH MEDALS AND FLAGS IN PARIS. 
Henri Serandour (C), French Olympic Committee head, stands with French
olympic medalists, from L-R: Doriane Vidal, Isabelle Blanc, Richard
Gay, Karine Ruby, Carole Montillet, Raphael Poree, and Laure Pequegnot
in Paris, February 25, 2002. French Olympic medalists returned from the
2002 Salt Lake City winter games with a record 11 medals - four gold,
five silver, and two bronze. REUTERS/Xavier Lhospice

JES/ 
FRANCE OLYMPICS
RTRTFPK 
February 25, 2002 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from (L-R) Isabelle Blanc,
Laurence Pequegnot, and Karine... 
Paris, France 
FRENCH OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS WAVE FLAGS AS THEY RIDE ON CHAMPS ELYSEES IN
PARIS. 
Three of France's winter Olympic champions, from (L-R) Isabelle Blanc,
Laurence Pequegnot, and Karine Ruby, wave flags as they stand in an
open-top car which drives down the Champs Elysees in Paris, February
25, 2002. French Olympic medalists returned from the 2002 Salt Lake
City winter games with a record 11 medals - four gold, five silver, and
two bronze. REUTERS/Xavier Lhospice

JES/AA 
SNOWBOARD
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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France (R) is congratulated by Karine Ruby, also of France (L) following their second... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France (R) is congratulated by Karine Ruby, also of France (L) following their sec..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France (R) is congratulated by Karine Ruby, also of France (L) following their second run in the big finals of the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games womens snowboard parallel giant slalom in Park City board down the course February 15, 2002. Blanc won the gold and Ruby the silver. 
BLANC
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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after the first run in the big finals of the Salt Lake 2002 Winter... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after the first run in the big finals of the Salt Lake 2002 Wint..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after the first run in the big finals of the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games womens snowboard parallel giant slalom in Park City board down the course February 15, 2002. [Karine Ruby of France took the silver.] 
RUBY
RTXL35E 
February 15, 2002 
Karine Ruby of France leans into a turn during the first heat in the women's snowboard parallel giant... 
Park City, USA 
Karine Ruby of France leans into a turn during the first heat in the women's snowboard parallel gian..... 
Karine Ruby of France leans into a turn during the first heat in the women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City, February 15, 2002. 
SNOWBOARD
RTXL353 
February 15, 2002 
Gold medalist Isabelle Blanc (R) and silver medalist Karine Ruby (L), both of France, hold their flag... 
Park City, USA 
Gold medalist Isabelle Blanc (R) and silver medalist Karine Ruby (L), both of France, hold their fla..... 
Gold medalist Isabelle Blanc (R) and silver medalist Karine Ruby (L), both of France, hold their flag between them on the awards podium following the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games women's snowboard parallel giant slalom in Park City, February 15, 2002. 
BLANC
RTXL34U 
February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France holds her snowboard and her nation's flag as she celebrates winning the gold... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France holds her snowboard and her nation's flag as she celebrates winning the gol..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France holds her snowboard and her nation's flag as she celebrates winning the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games women's snowboard parallel giant slalom in Park City, February 15, 2002. [Karine Ruby, also of France, won the silver.] 
BLANC
RTXL34S 
February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after taking the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after taking the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after taking the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games women's snowboard parallel giant slalom in Park City, February 15, 2002. [Karine Ruby, also of France, took the silver.] 
BLNAC
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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France waves her nation's flag after taking the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France waves her nation's flag after taking the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 W..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France waves her nation's flag after taking the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games women's snowboard parallel giant slalom in Park City, February 15, 2002. [Karine Ruby, also of France, took the silver.] 
BLANC
RTXL34K 
February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel giant... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel g..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City, February 15, 2002. [Blanc defeated compatriot Karine Ruby to win the gold medal.] 
BLANC
RTXL34I 
February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates her country's flag after winning the gold medal in the women's snowboard... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates her country's flag after winning the gold medal in the women's s..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates her country's flag after winning the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City, February 15, 2002. [Blanc defeated compatriot Karine Ruby to win the gold medal.] 
RUBY
RTXL33P 
February 15, 2002 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom silver medalist Karine Ruby of France waves during medal... 
Salt Lake City, USA 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom silver medalist Karine Ruby of France waves during m..... 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom silver medalist Karine Ruby of France waves during medal ceremonies in Salt Lake City, February 15, 2002. [Isabelle Blanc of France won the gold medal.] 
SNOWBOARD
RTXL335 
February 15, 2002 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom champion Isabelle Blanc (C) of France poses with silver... 
Salt Lake City, USA 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom champion Isabelle Blanc (C) of France poses with sil..... 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom champion Isabelle Blanc (C) of France poses with silver medalist Karine Ruby (L) of France and bronze medalist Lidia Trettel of Italy during medal ceremonies in Salt Lake City, February 15, 2002. The ceremony was held at the city's Olympic medals plaza. 
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February 15, 2002 
(L-R) Lidia Trettel of Italy, Isabelle Blanc of France and Karine Ruby of France stand together after... 
Park City, USA 
(L-R) Lidia Trettel of Italy, Isabelle Blanc of France and Karine Ruby of France stand together afte..... 
(L-R) Lidia Trettel of Italy, Isabelle Blanc of France and Karine Ruby of France stand together after the women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City, February 15, 2002. Blanc won the gold medal, Ruby won the silver medal, and Trettel won the bronze medal. 
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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France points to fans in the crowd as she celebrates after winning the gold medal in... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc of France points to fans in the crowd as she celebrates after winning the gold medal ..... 
Isabelle Blanc of France points to fans in the crowd as she celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City, February 15, 2002. [Blanc defeated compatriot Karine Ruby to win the gold medal.] 
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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc (R) and Karine Ruby of France stand together after Blanc won the gold medal in the women's... 
Park City, USA 
Isabelle Blanc (R) and Karine Ruby of France stand together after Blanc won the gold medal in the wo..... 
Isabelle Blanc (R) and Karine Ruby of France stand together after Blanc won the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City, February 15, 2002. Ruby won the silver medal. 
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February 15, 2002 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom silver medalist Karine
Ruby of France waves during medal... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
OLYMPIC SILVER MEDALIST KARINE RUBY OF FRANCE WAVES IN SALT LAKE CITY. 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom silver medalist Karine
Ruby of France waves during medal ceremonies in Salt Lake City,
February 15, 2002. Isabelle Blanc of France won the gold medal.
REUTERS/Mike Segar

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February 15, 2002 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom champion Isabelle Blanc
(C) of France poses with silver... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
PODIUM OF OLYMPIC WOMENS SNOWBOARD PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM. 
Olympic women's snowboard parallel giant slalom champion Isabelle Blanc
(C) of France poses with silver medalist Karine Ruby (L) of France and
bronze medalist Lidia Trettel of Italy during medal ceremonies in Salt
Lake City, February 15, 2002. The ceremony was held at the city's
Olympic medals plaza. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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February 15, 2002 
(L-R) Lidia Trettel of Italy, Isabelle Blanc of France and Karine Ruby
of France stand together after... 
Park City, United States of America 
MEDALISTS TOGETHER AFTER WOMENS SNOWBOARD PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM. 
(L-R) Lidia Trettel of Italy, Isabelle Blanc of France and Karine Ruby
of France stand together after the women's snowboard parallel giant
slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City,
February 15, 2002. Blanc won the gold medal, Ruby won the silver medal,
and Trettel won the bronze medal. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France points to fans in the crowd as she celebrates
after winning the gold medal... 
Park City, United States of America 
BLANC OF FRANCE CELEBRATES AFTER GOLD MEDAL VICTORY IN WOMENS SNOWBOARD
PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM. 
Isabelle Blanc of France points to fans in the crowd as she celebrates
after winning the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel giant
slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City,
February 15, 2002. Blanc defeated compatriot Karine Ruby to win the
gold medal. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc (R) and Karine Ruby of France stand together after Blanc
won the gold medal in the women's... 
Park City, United States of America 
BLANC AND RUBY OF FRANCE TOGETHER AFTER WOMENS SNOWBOARD PARALLEL GIANT
SLALOM. 
Isabelle Blanc (R) and Karine Ruby of France stand together after Blanc
won the gold medal in the women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at
the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City, February 15,
2002. Ruby won the silver medal. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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February 15, 2002 
Gold medalist Isabelle Blanc (R) and silver medalist Karine Ruby (L),
both of France, hold their flag... 
Park City, United States of America 
BLANC AND RUBY OF FRANCE CELEBRATE AFTER WOMENS OLYMPIC SNOWBOARD
PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM. 
Gold medalist Isabelle Blanc (R) and silver medalist Karine Ruby (L),
both of France, hold their flag between them on the awards podium
following the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games women's snowboard
parallel giant slalom in Park City, February 15, 2002. REUTERS/Steve
Wilson

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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France holds her snowboard and her nation's flag as
she celebrates winning the gold... 
Park City, United States of America 
FRENCH BLANC CELEBRATES GOLD IN WOMENS OLYMPIC SNOWBOARD PARALLEL GIANT
SLALOM. 
Isabelle Blanc of France holds her snowboard and her nation's flag as
she celebrates winning the gold medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter
Olympic Games women's snowboard parallel giant slalom in Park City,
February 15, 2002. Karine Ruby, also of France, won the silver.
REUTERS/Steve Wilson

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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after taking the gold medal in the
Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic... 
Park City, United States of America 
FRENCH BLANC CELEBRATES GOLD IN WOMENS OLYMPIC SNOWBOARD PARALLEL GIANT
SLALOM. 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after taking the gold medal in the
Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games women's snowboard parallel giant
slalom in Park City, February 15, 2002. Karine Ruby, also of France,
took the silver. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France waves her nation's flag after taking the gold
medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter... 
Park City, United States of America 
FRENCH BLANC WAVES FLAG AFTER GOLD IN WOMENS OLYMPIC SNOWBOARD PARALLEL
GIANT SLALOM. 
Isabelle Blanc of France waves her nation's flag after taking the gold
medal in the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games women's snowboard
parallel giant slalom in Park City, February 15, 2002. Karine Ruby,
also of France, took the silver. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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February 15, 2002 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after winning the gold medal in the
women's snowboard parallel giant... 
Park City, United States of America 
BLANC OF FANCE CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN WOMENS SNOWBOARD
PARALLEL GIANT SLALOM. 
Isabelle Blanc of France celebrates after winning the gold medal in the
women's snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games in Park City, February 15, 2002. Blanc defeated compatriot
Karine Ruby to win the gold medal. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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