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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
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May 09, 2006 
Stefan Schumacher (R) of Germany rides ahead of the pack during the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia... 
WANZE, Belgium 
Schumacher of Germany rides during fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Belgium 
Stefan Schumacher (R) of Germany rides ahead of the pack during the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. Robbie McEwen of Australia won the stage while Schumacher took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7R3 
May 09, 2006 
The pack of riders compete during the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze... 
WANZE, Belgium 
The pack of riders compete during the fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Belgium 
The pack of riders compete during the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. Robbie McEwen of Australia won the stage while Stefan Schumacher of Germany took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7PW 
May 09, 2006 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong of the U.S. answer journalists' questions before the... 
WANZE, Belgium 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong speaks in Belgium 
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong of the U.S. answer journalists' questions before the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. Robbie McEwen of Australia won the stage while Stefan Schumacher of Germany took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7PP 
May 09, 2006 
The pack of riders compete during the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze... 
WANZE, Belgium 
The pack of riders compete during the fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Belgium 
The pack of riders compete during the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. Robbie McEwen of Australia won the stage while Stefan Schumacher of Germany took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7PO 
May 09, 2006 
Stefan Schumacher of Germany reacts before the start of the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia... 
WANZE, Belgium 
Schumacher reacts before start of fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Belgium 
Stefan Schumacher of Germany reacts before the start of the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. Robbie McEwen of Australia won the stage while Schumacher took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7PL 
May 09, 2006 
Robbie McEwen of Australia celebrates on the podium after the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia... 
WANZE, Belgium 
McEwen of Australia celebrates on podium after fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Hotton 
Robbie McEwen of Australia celebrates on the podium after the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. McEwen won the stage while Stefan Schumacher of Germany took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7PK 
May 09, 2006 
Stefan Schumacher of Germany celebrates on the podium after the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia... 
WANZE, Belgium 
Schumacher of Germany celebrates on podium after fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Belgium... 
Stefan Schumacher of Germany celebrates on the podium after the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. Robbie McEwen of Australia won the stage while Schumacher took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7PD 
May 09, 2006 
Robbie McEwen of Australia celebrates as he crosses the finish line after the 193-km fourth stage of... 
WANZE, Belgium 
McEwen of Australia celebrates as he crosses finish line at fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race... 
Robbie McEwen of Australia celebrates as he crosses the finish line after the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. McEwen won the stage while Stefan Schumacher of Germany took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D7PB 
May 09, 2006 
Robbie McEwen of Australia celebrates as he crosses the finish line after the 193-km fourth stage of... 
WANZE, Belgium 
McEwen of Australia celebrates as he crosses finish line at fourth stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race... 
Robbie McEwen of Australia celebrates as he crosses the finish line after the 193-km fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Wanze to Hotton, Belgium May 9, 2006. McEwen won the stage while Stefan Schumacher of Germany took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D772 
May 09, 2006 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates on the podium after the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia... 
Namur, Belgium 
German's Schumacher celebrates after the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Namur 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates on the podium after the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
PETACCHI
RTXOL0O 
May 08, 2006 
Italy's Alessandro Petacchi rides after crashing during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling... 
Namur, Belgium 
Italy's Alessandro Petacchi rides after crashing during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia ..... 
Italy's Alessandro Petacchi rides after crashing during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. [German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28.] 
SCHUMACHER
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May 08, 2006 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates as he crossed the finish line after the 202-km third stage of the... 
Namur, Belgium 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates as he crossed the finish line after the 202-km third stage of ..... 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates as he crossed the finish line after the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. [Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28.] 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6RU 
May 08, 2006 
Stefan Schumacher (R) of Germany rides ahead of Jose Luis Vigil Rubiera of Spain during the 202-km third... 
Namur, Belgium 
Schumacher of Germany rides ahead of Vigil Rubiera of Spain during third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling... 
Stefan Schumacher (R) of Germany rides ahead of Jose Luis Vigil Rubiera of Spain during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Roberto Bettini/Pool 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6RB 
May 08, 2006 
An unidentified rider signs on a board before the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race... 
Namur, Belgium 
Unidentified rider signs on a board before the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from... 
An unidentified rider signs on a board before the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6R2 
May 08, 2006 
German's Jan Ullrich takes a drink during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from... 
Namur, Belgium 
German's Jan Ullrich takes a drink during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from... 
German's Jan Ullrich takes a drink during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6QZ 
May 08, 2006 
Australian's Nick Gates lies down after he crashed during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia... 
Namur, Belgium 
Australian's Gates lies down after he crashed during the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in... 
Australian's Nick Gates lies down after he crashed during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6QP 
May 08, 2006 
A pack of riders cycles during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to... 
Namur, Belgium 
A pack of riders cycles during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to... 
A pack of riders cycles during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6QG 
May 08, 2006 
German's Jan Ullrich (R) smiles before the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from... 
Namur, Belgium 
German's Ullrich smiles before the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Namur 
German's Jan Ullrich (R) smiles before the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6Q8 
May 08, 2006 
Italy's Alessandro Petacchi rides after crashing during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling... 
Namur, Belgium 
Italy's Petacchi rides during the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Namur 
Italy's Alessandro Petacchi rides after crashing during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6Q6 
May 08, 2006 
Italy's Alessandro Petacchi (L) receives help from a doctor after he crashed during the 202-km third... 
Namur, Belgium 
Italy's Petacchi receives help from doctor during the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Namur... 
Italy's Alessandro Petacchi (L) receives help from a doctor after he crashed during the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. German's Stefan Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6Q1 
May 08, 2006 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates as he crossed the finish line after the 202-km third stage of the... 
Namur, Belgium 
German's Schumacher celebrates after crossing finish line at the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling... 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates as he crossed the finish line after the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6PZ 
May 08, 2006 
German's Stefan Schumacher (C) receives kisses on the podium after the 202-km third stage of the Giro... 
Namur, Belgium 
German's Schumacher receives kisses on podium after the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in... 
German's Stefan Schumacher (C) receives kisses on the podium after the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTR1D6PW 
May 08, 2006 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates on the podium after the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia... 
Namur, Belgium 
German's Schumacher celebrates after the third stage of Giro d'Italia cycling race in Namur 
German's Stefan Schumacher celebrates on the podium after the 202-km third stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race from Perwez to Namur, Belgium May 8, 2006. Schumacher won the stage and took the leader's pink jersey. The race started in Belgium and ends in Milan on May 28. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
SPORT CYCLING
RTR17YTL 
January 17, 2006 
Team Gerolsteiner 2006 pose for group photo after their official cycling team presentation in the western... 
Gerolstein, Germany 
Team Gerolsteiner 2006 poses for a group photo after their official cycling team presentation in western... 
Team Gerolsteiner 2006 pose for group photo after their official cycling team presentation in the western town Gerolstein January 17, 2006. Cyclists are (rear L-R): Marcel Strauss, Sven Krauss, Torsten Hiekmann, Stefan Schumacher, Peter Wrolich, David Kopp, (2nd row from back L-R) : Michael Rich, Rene Haselbacher, Fabian Wegmann, Sebastian Lang, Markus Fothen, Frank Hoj, Andrea Moletta, (third row from back L-R): are Matthias Russ, Georg Totschnig, Levi Leipheimer, Davide Rebelin, Markus Zberg, Sven Montgomery, (front row L-R) Thomas Fothen, Robert Foerster, Beat Zberg, Volker Ordowski, Ronny Scholz and Heinrich Haussler. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
GERMANY
RTRW353 
June 09, 2005 
Willi Weber, manager of German Formula One drivers Michael and Ralf Schumacher, talks to his lawyer Stefan... 
Stuttgart, Germany 
Willi Weber, manager of German Formula One drivers Michael and Ralf Schumacher, talks to his lawyer ...... 
Willi Weber, manager of German Formula One drivers Michael and Ralf Schumacher, talks to his lawyer Stefan Holoch before the start of his trial at court in Stuttgart. Willi Weber, manager of German Formula One drivers Michael and Ralf Schumacher talks to his lawyer Stefan Holoch (L) before the start of his trial at court in the southern German city of Stuttgart June 9, 2005. Weber allegedly attempted to bribe a witness in a civil case. REUTERS/Alex Grimm 
GERMANY
RTRSUG8 
June 27, 2004 
GERMAN CYCLIST ANDREAS KLOEDEN OF TEAM T-MOBILE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY IN GERMAN CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP... 
Freiburg, Germany 
GERMAN CYCLIST ANDREAS KLOEDEN OF TEAM T-MOBILE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY IN GERMAN CYCLING ... 
GERMAN CYCLIST ANDREAS KLOEDEN OF TEAM T-MOBILE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY IN GERMAN CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP RACE IN FREIBURG. German cyclist Andreas Kloeden of the team T-Mobile celebrates his victory at the German cycling championship race in Freiburg June 27, 2004. Kloeden won ahead of Stefan Schumacher (Team Lamonta) and Fabian Wegmann (Gerolsteiner). REUTERS/Alex Grimm 
SPORT CYCLING GERMANY
RTR11RTL 
January 29, 2003 
German cyclist Erik Zabel of German Team Telekom looks back as he poses
together with his team mates... 
Berlin, Germany 
TEAM TELEKOM CYCLIST ZABEL AND HIS TEAM MATES POSE FOR THE MEDIA IN
BERLIN. 
German cyclist Erik Zabel of German Team Telekom looks back as he poses
together with his team mates Matthias Kessler, Torsten Hiekmann,
Christian Werner and Stefan Schumacher (R to L) for the media in Berlin
January 29, 2003. Team Telekom presented its team for the 2003 cycling
season. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

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SPORT MOTOR SOCCER
RTR14DFK 
July 25, 2001 
Germany's Katja Poensgen, one and only woman driving in the 250 ccm
motor bike World Championships challenges... 
Mannheim, Germany 
GERMAN MOTOR BIKE RIDER PEONSGEN AND SOCCER PLAYER KUNTZ DURING A
CHARITY SOCCER MATCH IN MANNHEIM. 
Germany's Katja Poensgen, one and only woman driving in the 250 ccm
motor bike World Championships challenges Germany's former
international soccer player Stefan Kuntz during a charity soccer match
organized by Formula one driver Michael Schumacher between German sport
stars and show business stars in Mannheim's Carl Benz stadium, July 25,
2001. Schumacher prepares for the upcoming Formula one grand prix in
Hockenheim on Sunday, July 29.

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SPORT MOTOR SOCCER
RTR14DF0 
July 25, 2001 
Germany's basketball star Dirk Nowitzki tries to reach the ball against
Germany's former international... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASKETBALL STAR NOWITZKI IN ACTION DURING CHARITY SOCCER MATCH IN
MANNHEIM. 
Germany's basketball star Dirk Nowitzki tries to reach the ball against
Germany's former international Stefan Kunz (C) and Birgit Prinz (R),
member of Germany's woman soccer European Champion team during a
charity soccer match organized by Formula one driver Michael Schumacher
between German sport stars and show business stars in Mannheim's Carl
Benz stadium, July 25, 2001.

KP/AA 
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZ8L1 
July 08, 2000 
German Michael Schumacher (L) kicks the ball controlled by his compatriot Thomas Berthold and Stefan... 
Rome, Italy 
MICHAEL SCHUMACHER DURING A CHARITY MATCH IN ROME. 
German Michael Schumacher (L) kicks the ball controlled by his compatriot Thomas Berthold and Stefan Reuter (R) during a charity match between a team of Formula One racing drivers and veterans of West Germany's 1990 World Cup winning side at Flaminio stadium in Rome July 8. Germany won the right on Thursday to host the 2006 soccer World Cup. The Germans beat favourites South Africa in a controversial and close vote at the headquarters of football's world governing body FIFA.

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