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AWARDS-EMMYS/
RTS21Q8V
September 17, 2018
70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, U.S., 17/09/2018 - RuPaul (L), Michelle...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, U.S.
70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, U.S., 17/09/2018 - RuPaul (L), Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley, Ross Matthews, Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey, Tom Campbell, Mandy Salangsang, Bruce McCoy, Nick Murray, John Polly, Tairin Smothers and Lisa Steele of VH1's RuPaul's Drag Race. REUTERS/Kyle Grillot
SOCCER-ENGLAND-WAT-BSC/
RTX45WUS
January 06, 2018
Soccer Football - FA Cup Third Round - Watford vs Bristol City - Vicarage Road, Watford, Britain - January...
Watford, United Kingdom
FA Cup Third Round - Watford vs Bristol City
Soccer Football - FA Cup Third Round - Watford vs Bristol City - Vicarage Road, Watford, Britain - January 6, 2018 Watford's Tom Cleverley in action with Bristol City's Luke Steele REUTERS/David Klein
NFL/
RTX1NLLI
August 08, 2015
Aug 8, 2015; Canton, OH, USA; Tom Mack during the TimkenSteel Grand Parade on Cleveland Ave. in advance...
Canton, UNITED STATES
NFL: Pro Football Hall of Fame-Grand Parade
Aug 8, 2015; Canton, OH, USA; Tom Mack during the TimkenSteel Grand Parade on Cleveland Ave. in advance of the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
USA-SANDY/NEWJERSEY
RTR3E4YF
February 22, 2013
A home rests on steel beams and cribbing after being jacked up off its foundation in Mantoloking, New...
MANTOLOKING, UNITED STATES
A home rests on steel beams and cribbing after being jacked up off its foundation in Mantoloking.
A home rests on steel beams and cribbing after being jacked up off its foundation in Mantoloking, New Jersey February 22, 2013. Many properties damaged by Hurricane Sandy must now be raised on pilings higher than when they were built to meet new building codes. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS
RTR398V3
October 17, 2012
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering polishes a part for a diesel engine at the company's...
MARKET BOSWORTH, United Kingdom
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering polishes part for a diesel engine at company's factory...
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering polishes a part for a diesel engine at the company's factory in Market Bosworth, central England, October 10, 2012. When precision engineer JJ Churchill bought costly new machinery and recruited workers to operate it, the firm was doing the bidding of successive British governments - investing in high value manufacturing and creating skilled jobs. But its reason for spending 1 million pounds ($1.6 million) on two steel milling and grinding machines last year had little to do with the government's policy of helping British industry by steadily cutting corporate tax rates. To match Analysis BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS Picture taken October 10, 2012. REUTERS/Tom Bergin (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL POLITICS)
BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS
RTR398UW
October 17, 2012
Employees of JJ Churchill precision engineering polish turbine blades in the company's factory in Market...
MARKET BOSWORTH, United Kingdom
Employees of JJ Churchill precision engineering polish turbine blades in company's factory in Market...
Employees of JJ Churchill precision engineering polish turbine blades in the company's factory in Market Bosworth, central England, October 10, 2012. When precision engineer JJ Churchill bought costly new machinery and recruited workers to operate it, the firm was doing the bidding of successive British governments - investing in high value manufacturing and creating skilled jobs. But its reason for spending 1 million pounds ($1.6 million) on two steel milling and grinding machines last year had little to do with the government's policy of helping British industry by steadily cutting corporate tax rates. To match Analysis BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS Picture taken October 10, 2012. REUTERS/Tom Bergin (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL POLITICS)
BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS
RTR398UQ
October 17, 2012
Employees of JJ Churchill precision engineering polish turbine blades in the company's factory in Market...
MARKET BOSWORTH, United Kingdom
Employees of JJ Churchill precision engineering polish turbine blades in company's factory in Market...
Employees of JJ Churchill precision engineering polish turbine blades in the company's factory in Market Bosworth, central England, October 10, 2012. When precision engineer JJ Churchill bought costly new machinery and recruited workers to operate it, the firm was doing the bidding of successive British governments - investing in high value manufacturing and creating skilled jobs. But its reason for spending 1 million pounds ($1.6 million) on two steel milling and grinding machines last year had little to do with the government's policy of helping British industry by steadily cutting corporate tax rates. To match Analysis BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS Picture taken October 10, 2012. REUTERS/Tom Bergin (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS INDUSTRIAL)
BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS
RTR398UL
October 17, 2012
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering removes a turbine blade from a milling machine at the...
MARKET BOSWORTH, United Kingdom
Employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering removes a turbine blade from milling machine at company's...
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering removes a turbine blade from a milling machine at the company's factory in Market Bosworth, central England, October 10, 2012. When precision engineer JJ Churchill bought costly new machinery and recruited workers to operate it, the firm was doing the bidding of successive British governments - investing in high value manufacturing and creating skilled jobs. But its reason for spending 1 million pounds ($1.6 million) on two steel milling and grinding machines last year had little to do with the government's policy of helping British industry by steadily cutting corporate tax rates. To match Analysis BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS Picture taken October 10, 2012. REUTERS/Tom Bergin (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL POLITICS)
WELDERS-SHORTAGE/
RTR32TCI
May 30, 2012
A welder works in the arrivals hall of the new $1.6 billion Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match Feature WELDERS-SHORTAGE/
A welder works in the arrivals hall of the new $1.6 billion Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California, in this May 24, 2012 file photo. More than 140,000 new welders will be needed by 2019 to replace retirees and meet rising demand from natural gas drillers, steel producers, automakers and more, according to the American Welding Society (AWS). Among the roughly 450,000 U.S. welders, the average age is 55, and fewer than 20 percent are under the age of 35, according to AWS data. To match Feature WELDERS-SHORTAGE/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
MINING-SUMMIT/
RTXCLGN
March 10, 2009
Tom Winmill, portfolio manager of Midas Fund, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and Steel Summit in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Tom Winmill, portfolio manager of Midas Fund, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and Steel Summit in...
Tom Winmill, portfolio manager of Midas Fund, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and Steel Summit in New York March 10, 2009. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
MINING-SUMMIT/
RTXCLFB
March 10, 2009
Tom Winmill, president and portfolio manager of Midas Funds, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Tom Winmill, president and portfolio manager of Midas Funds, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and...
Tom Winmill, president and portfolio manager of Midas Funds, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and Steel Summit in New York March 10, 2009. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES ENERGY BUSINESS)
MINING-SUMMIT/
RTXCLAX
March 10, 2009
Tom Winmill, president and portfolio manager of Midas Funds, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Tom Winmill, president and portfolio manager of Midas Funds, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and...
Tom Winmill, president and portfolio manager of Midas Funds, speaks at the Reuters Global Mining and Steel Summit in New York March 10, 2009. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES ENERGY BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS
RTX6REB
June 11, 2008
A village (bottom L) for fly-in, fly-out workers, built of mobile structures, is seen close to an iron...
Port Hedland, Australia
To match feature AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS
A village (bottom L) for fly-in, fly-out workers, built of mobile structures, is seen close to an iron ore mine at Tom Price, about 1,300 km (800 miles) north of Perth, May 28, 2008. A mining frenzy spurred by a voracious appetite among Chinese steel mills for rich Australian ore has mining companies scrambling to fill orders, flooding this corner of the outback with thousands of highly-paid workers. Picture taken May 28, 2008. To match feature AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS
RTX6REA
June 11, 2008
A tipper truck climbs out of an iron ore mine at Tom Price, about 1,300 km (800 miles) north of Perth,...
Port Hedland, Australia
To match feature AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS
A tipper truck climbs out of an iron ore mine at Tom Price, about 1,300 km (800 miles) north of Perth, May 28, 2008. A mining frenzy spurred by a voracious appetite among Chinese steel mills for rich Australian ore has mining companies scrambling to fill orders, flooding this corner of the outback with thousands of highly-paid workers. Picture taken May 28, 2008. To match feature AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS
RTX6RE5
June 11, 2008
A tipper truck climbs out of an iron ore mine at Tom Price, about 1,300 km (800 miles) north of Perth...
Port Hedland, Australia
To match feature AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS
A tipper truck climbs out of an iron ore mine at Tom Price, about 1,300 km (800 miles) north of Perth May 28, 2008. A mining frenzy spurred by a voracious appetite among Chinese steel mills for rich Australian ore has mining companies scrambling to fill orders, flooding this corner of the outback with thousands of highly-paid workers. Picture taken May 28, 2008. To match feature AUSTRALIA-IRONORE/WORKERS REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
SPORT CYCLING
RTRRR60
June 09, 2004
Belgium's Tom Steels (R) and Germany's David Kopp cross the finish line of the third stage of the Austrian...
Bad Hofgastein, Austria
TOM STEELS AND DAVID KOPP FINISH THIRD STAGE OF AUSTRIAN CYCLING TOUR.
Belgium's Tom Steels (R) and Germany's David Kopp cross the finish line of the third stage of the Austrian cycling tour in Bad Hofgastein June 9, 2004. Steels won the stage, covering 186 km (116 miles) from Kitzbuehel to Bad Hofgastein. REUTERS/Klaus Titzer HPB/CRB
SPORT CYCLING
RTRROP4
June 07, 2004
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates after winning the first stage of the Austrian cycling tour in Austria's...
Obertrum, Austria
TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM CELEBRATES WINNING FIRST STAGE OF AUSTRIAN CYCLING TOUR.
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates after winning the first stage of the Austrian cycling tour in Austria's province of Salzburg June 7, 2004. Steels won the 157 km (98 miles) stage which started and finished in Salzburg in a time of 3 hours 28.00 minutes, ahead of Gorik Gardeyn and Michael van Haecke both also of Belgium. REUTERS/Klaus Titzer HPB/CRB
CYCLING
RTXLQYS
January 20, 2003
Belgian cyclists Ludo Dierckxsens (L) and Tom Steels (R) pose for photographers at the official presentation...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian cyclists Ludo Dierckxsens (L) and Tom Steels (R) pose for photographers at the official pres.....
Belgian cyclists Ludo Dierckxsens (L) and Tom Steels (R) pose for photographers at the official presentation of the Landbouwkrediet Colano cycling team in Brussels January 20, 2003.
SPORT CYCLING
RTR11KOP
January 20, 2003
Belgian cyclists Ludo Dierckxsens (L) and Tom Steels (R) pose for
photographers at the official presentation...
Brussels, Belgium
BELGIAN CYCLISTS DIERCKSENS AND STEELS POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS IN
BRUSSELS.
Belgian cyclists Ludo Dierckxsens (L) and Tom Steels (R) pose for
photographers at the official presentation of the Landbouwkrediet
Colano cycling team in Brussels January 20, 2003. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

THR
STEELS
RTXLDV6
July 05, 2002
Mapei rider Tom steels of Belgium has his lung capacity measured during the Tour de France cycling race...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Mapei rider Tom steels of Belgium has his lung capacity measured during the Tour de France cycling r.....
Mapei rider Tom steels of Belgium has his lung capacity measured during the Tour de France cycling race medical visit July 5, 2002. [The 89th Tour de France cycling race gets underway July 6 with a 7km time-trial prologue in Luxembourg.]
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTRXDV3
July 05, 2002
Mapei rider Tom steels of Belgium has his lung capacity measured during
the Tour de France cycling race...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
MAPEI RIDER TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM DURING THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING
RACE MEDICAL VISIT.
Mapei rider Tom steels of Belgium has his lung capacity measured during
the Tour de France cycling race medical visit July 5, 2002. The 89th
Tour de France cycling race gets underway July 6 with a 7km time-trial
prologue in Luxembourg. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

JNA/CLH/
STEELS
RTXLD4G
July 01, 2002
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to win the Belgium Cycling Championships...
Maldegem, Belgium
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to win the Belgium Cycling Ch.....
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to win the Belgium Cycling Championships in Maldegem on June 30, 2002. [Steels won the 248-km race ahead of compatriots Ludovic Capelle and Gert Vanderaerden who took the third place.]
CYCLING
RTXLD4F
July 01, 2002
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line ahead of compatriots Ludovic Capelle...
Maldegem, Belgium
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line ahead of compatriots Ludovic .....
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line ahead of compatriots Ludovic Capelle (L) and Gert Vanderaerden (R) at the end of the Belgium Cycling Championships in Maldegem on June 30, 2002. Steels won the 248-km race.
SPORT CYCLING
RTRXBFM
June 30, 2002
Belgium's Tom Steels raises his trophy while celebrating his victory in
the Belgium Cycling Championships...
Maldegem, Belgium
BELGIUM'S STEELS RAISES HIS TROPHY AFTER WINNING THE BELGIUM CYCLING
CHAMPIONSHIP IN MALDEGEM.
Belgium's Tom Steels raises his trophy while celebrating his victory in
the Belgium Cycling Championships in Maldegem on June 30, 2002. Steels
won the 248-km race ahead of compatriots Ludovic Capelle and Gert
Vanderaerden who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman

HRM/AH
SPORT CYCLING
RTRXBF5
June 30, 2002
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line
to win the Belgium Cycling Championships...
Maldegem, Belgium
BELGIUM'S STEELS WINS THE BELGIUM CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP IN MALDEGEM.
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line
to win the Belgium Cycling Championships in Maldegem on June 30, 2002.
Steels won the 248-km race ahead of compatriots Ludovic Capelle and
Gert Vanderaerden who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman

HRM/AH
SPORT CYCLING
RTRXBEO
June 30, 2002
Belgium's Tom Steels sprays champagne while celebrating his victory in
the Belgium Cycling Championships...
Maldegem, Belgium
BELGIUM'S STEELS CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY IN THE BELGIUM CYCLING
CHAMPIONSHIP IN MALDEGEM.
Belgium's Tom Steels sprays champagne while celebrating his victory in
the Belgium Cycling Championships in Maldegem June 30, 2002. Steels won
the 248-km race ahead of compatriots Ludovic Capelle and Gert
Vanderaerden who took the third place. REUTERS/Yves Herman REUTERS

HRM/
SPORT CYCLING
RTRXBEK
June 30, 2002
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line
ahead of compatriots Ludovic...
Maldegem, Belgium
BELGIUM'S STEELS WINS THE BELGIUM CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP IN MALDEGEM.
Belgium's Tom Steels (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line
ahead of compatriots Ludovic Capelle (L) and Gert Vanderaerden (R) at
the end of the Belgium Cycling Championships in Maldegem on June 30,
2002. Steels won the 248-km race. REUTERS/Yves Herman

HRM/AH
SPORT CYCLING
RTRUWMF
April 24, 2002
Australia's Robbie McEwen sprays Champagne as he stands on the podium
of the 205-km Scheldeprijs cycling...
Schoten, Belgium
AUSTRALIA'S MCEWEN WINS THE 205-KM SCHELDEPRIJS CYCLING RACE IN
SCHOTEN.
Australia's Robbie McEwen sprays Champagne as he stands on the podium
of the 205-km Scheldeprijs cycling race in Schoten, northern Belgium,
April 24, 2002. McEwen won ahead of Belgian Tom Steels, second and
Dutch Stefan Van Dijk who took the third place. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
REUTERS

FLR
SPORT CYCLING
RTRUWM7
April 24, 2002
Australia's Robbie McEwen raises his trophy as he stands on the podium
of the 205-km Scheldeprijs cycling...
Schoten, Belgium
AUSTRALIA'S MCEWEN WINS THE 205-KM SCHELDEPRIJS CYCLING RACE IN
SCHOTEN.
Australia's Robbie McEwen raises his trophy as he stands on the podium
of the 205-km Scheldeprijs cycling race in Schoten, northern Belgium,
April 24, 2002. McEwen won ahead of Belgian Tom Steels, second and
Dutch Stefan Van Dijk who took the third place. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
REUTERS

FLR
SPORT CYCLING
RTRTYLB
March 17, 2002
ROBBIE MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA HOLDS UP HIS ARMS AS HE WINS THE SEVENTH
AND LAST STAGE OF PARIS NICE CYCLING...
Nice, France
ROBBIE MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA HOLDS UP HIS ARMS AS HE WINS THE SEVENTH
AND LAST STAGE OF PARIS NICE ......
ROBBIE MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA HOLDS UP HIS ARMS AS HE WINS THE SEVENTH
AND LAST STAGE OF PARIS NICE CYCLING RACE.


Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia holds up his arms as he wins the seventh
and last stage of Paris Nice cycling race March 17, 2002. Mc Ewen won
ahead of Tom Steels of Belgium. Alexandre Vinokourov of Kazakhstan won
the race. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard REUTERS
SPORT CYCLING
RTRTYKF
March 17, 2002
ROBBIE MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA HOLDS UP HIS ARMS AS HE WINS THE SEVENTH
AND LAST STAGE OF PARIS NICE CYCLING...
Nice, France
ROBBIE MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA HOLDS UP HIS ARMS AS HE WINS THE SEVENTH
AND LAST STAGE OF PARIS NICE ......
ROBBIE MC EWEN OF AUSTRALIA HOLDS UP HIS ARMS AS HE WINS THE SEVENTH
AND LAST STAGE OF PARIS NICE CYCLING RACE.


Robbie Mc Ewen of Australia (L) holds up his arms as he wins the
seventh and last stage of Paris Nice cycling race March 17, 2002. Mc
Ewen won ahead of Tom Steels of Belgium (R). Alexandre Vinokourov of
Kazakhstan won the race. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard REUTERS
WORLD TRADE CENTER
RTXKS2D
September 22, 2001
Iron Workers Danny Parker and Eddie Scandel, on top of the rubble at ground zero, cut a piece of steel...
New York, USA
Iron Workers Danny Parker and Eddie Scandel, on top of the rubble at ground zero, cut a piece of ste.....
Iron Workers Danny Parker and Eddie Scandel, on top of the rubble at ground zero, cut a piece of steel that once was the 74th floor of the World Trade Center, September 21, 2001. More than 6,800 people are still reported dead or missing after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center with rescue operations continuing around the clock. (CREDIT REUTERS/Tom Sperduto-US Coast Guard)
WORLD TRADE CENTER
RTXKS2C
September 22, 2001
Iron Workers Danny Parker and Eddie Scandel, on top of the rubble at ground zero, cut a piece of steel...
New York, USA
Iron Workers Danny Parker and Eddie Scandel, on top of the rubble at ground zero, cut a piece of ste.....
Iron Workers Danny Parker and Eddie Scandel, on top of the rubble at ground zero, cut a piece of steel that once was the 74th floor of the World Trade Center, September 21, 2001. More than 6,800 people are still reported dead or missing after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center with rescue operations continuing around the clock. (CREDIT REUTERS/Tom Sperduto-US Coast Guard)
MAPEI QUICK STEP
RTXKLEW
July 07, 2001
- COMBO PHOTO - Mapei - Quick Step cycling team who participate in the 2001 Tour de France cycling race...
Dunkerk, France
- COMBO PHOTO - Mapei - Quick Step cycling team who participate in the 2001 Tour de France cycling r.....
- COMBO PHOTO - Mapei - Quick Step cycling team who participate in the 2001 Tour de France cycling race team seen in Dunkerk July 6,2001. Top row L-R: Daniele Nardello of Italy, Michele Bartoli of Italy, Paolo Bettini of Italy, Davide Bramati of Italy. Bottom row L-R: Paolo Fornaciari of Italy, Stefano Garzelli of Italy, Bart Leysen of Belgium, Tom Steels of Belgium, Stefano Zanini of Italy. The 88th Tour de France cycling race gets underway July 7 with a 8,2km time-trial prologue in Dunkerk.
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR149YX
July 07, 2001
Quick Step cycling team who participate in the 2001 Tour de France
cycling race team seen in Dunkerk...
Dunkerk, France
MAPEI - QUICK STEP CYCLING TEAM WHO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2001 TOUR DE
FRANCE CYCLING RACE.
Quick Step cycling team who participate in the 2001 Tour de France
cycling race team seen in Dunkerk July 6,2001. Top row L-R: Daniele
Nardello of Italy, Michele Bartoli of Italy, Paolo Bettini of Italy,
Davide Bramati of Italy. Bottom row L-R: Paolo Fornaciari of Italy,
Stefano Garzelli of Italy, Bart Leysen of Belgium, Tom Steels of
Belgium, Stefano Zanini of Italy. The 88th Tour de France cycling race
gets underway July 7 with a 8,2km time-trial prologue in Dunkerk.

JNA/
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR149V4
July 06, 2001
Mapei cycling team rider Tom Steels of Belgium has his lung capacity
measured during the Tour de France...
Dunkirk, France
MAPEI CYCLING TEAM RIDER TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM DURING THE TOUR DE
FRANCE CYCLING RACE MEDICAL VISIT....
Mapei cycling team rider Tom Steels of Belgium has his lung capacity
measured during the Tour de France medical visit July 6, 2001. The 88th
Tour de France cycling race gets underway July 7 with an 8.2 km
time-trial prologue in Dunkirk.

JNA/
SPORT CYCLING TOUR
RTR149V3
July 06, 2001
Mapei cycling team rider Tom Steels of Belgium is examined by a doctor
during the Tour de France medical...
Dunkirk, France
MAPEI CYCLING TEAM RIDER TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM DURING THE TOUR DE
FRANCE MEDICAL VISIT.
Mapei cycling team rider Tom Steels of Belgium is examined by a doctor
during the Tour de France medical visit July 6, 2001. The 88th Tour de
France cycling race gets underway July 7 with a 8,2 km time-trial
prologue in Dunkirk.

JNA/
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ6VV
July 06, 2000
FRENCH JALABERT BROTHERS WITH STEELS, BETTINI, WURST DURING THE 6TH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING...
Tours, France
FRENCH JALABERT BROTHERS WITH STEELS, BETTINI, WURST DURING THE 6TH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE ...
FRENCH JALABERT BROTHERS WITH STEELS, BETTINI, WURST DURING THE 6TH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.


French race leader Laurent Jalabert (C) rides with Belgian Tom Steels (1L), Italian Paolo Bettini (2L), Germany Marcel Wurst (1R) and his brother Nicolas at the start of the 198,5kms 6th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Vitre to Tours July 6.
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ6VP
July 06, 2000
French race leader Laurent Jalabert (R) with Belgian Tom Steels (L) and Italian Paolo Bettini (c) before...
Tours, France
FRENCH JALABERT WITH BELGIAN STEELS AND ITALIAN BETTINI DURING THE 6TH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
French race leader Laurent Jalabert (R) with Belgian Tom Steels (L) and Italian Paolo Bettini (c) before the start of 198.5 km 6th stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Vitre to Tours July 6.

SR/CLH/
SPORT CYCLING
RTR15J2S
July 05, 2000
Belgian rider Tom Steels(L) looks at yellow jersey holder Laurent Jalabert (R) of France prior to the...
Vitre, France
TOM STEELS AND LAURENT JALABERT BEFORE 5TH STAGE OF TDF.
Belgian rider Tom Steels(L) looks at yellow jersey holder Laurent Jalabert (R) of France prior to the start of the 202km 5th stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Vannes to Vitre July 5.

JNA//ME
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ5ZF
July 05, 2000
Leader's yellow jersey holder Laurent Jalabert (R) of France gestures as he stands next to best sprinter...
Vitre, UK
LAURENT JALABERT BEFORE START OF 5TH STAGE OF TDF.
Leader's yellow jersey holder Laurent Jalabert (R) of France gestures as he stands next to best sprinter Belgium's Tom Steels before the start of the 202km 5th stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Vannes to Vitre July 5.

JNA//ME
MILLAR
RTXJU05
July 03, 2000
David Millar of Britain smiles on podium as he retains his yellow jersey. [Tom Steels of Belgium] won...
Nantes, France
David Millar of Britain smiles on podium as he retains his yellow jersey. [Tom Steels of Belgium] wo.....
David Millar of Britain smiles on podium as he retains his yellow jersey. [Tom Steels of Belgium] won the 3rd 161,5 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Loudun to Nantes July 3.
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ4YI
July 03, 2000
David Millar of Britain smiles on podium as he retains his yellow jersey. Tom Steels of Belgium won the...
Nantes, UK
DAVID MILLAR OF BRITAIN SMILES ON PODIUM IN NANTES.
David Millar of Britain smiles on podium as he retains his yellow jersey. Tom Steels of Belgium won the 3rd 161,5 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Loudun to Nantes July 3.

JPP/CLH/
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ4Y5
July 03, 2000
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the third 161,5 km stage of the Tour de...
Nantes, UK
TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM CELEBRATES ON FINISH LINE IN NANTES.
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the third 161,5 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Loudun to Nantes July 3.David Millar of Britain retains his yellow jersey.

JPP/CLH/
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ4VM
July 03, 2000
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the 3rd, 161,5 km stage of the Tour de France...
Nantes, UK
TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM CELEBRATES ON TDF FINISH LINE IN NANTES.
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the 3rd, 161,5 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Loudun to Nantes July 3. David Millar of Britain retains his yellow jersey.

JPP//ME
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ4VE
July 03, 2000
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the third 161.5 km stage of the Tour de...
Nantes, UK
TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM CELEBRATES ON FINISH LINE.
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the third 161.5 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Loudun to Nantes July 3.

JPP/CLH/
SPORT CYCLING
RTRZ39X
July 02, 2000
YELLOW JERSEY DAVID MILLAR OF BRITAIN AND BELGIUM TOM STEELS RIDE TOGETHER THE 2ND STAGE OF THE TOUR...
Loudun, France
YELLOW JERSEY DAVID MILLAR OF BRITAIN AND BELGIUM TOM STEELS RIDE TOGETHER THE 2ND STAGE OF THE TOUR...
YELLOW JERSEY DAVID MILLAR OF BRITAIN AND BELGIUM TOM STEELS RIDE TOGETHER THE 2ND STAGE OF THE TOUR THE FRANCE CYCLING RACE CYCLING RACE.


Leader's yellow jersey holder David Millar of Britain leads ahead Tom Steels of Belgium during the 2nd 194 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Poitiers to Loudun July 2. Steels won the stage in a mass sprint and David Millar of Britain retains his leader's yellow jersey.
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July 02, 2000
Tom Steels (R) of Belgium sprints to win in a mass sprint the 2nd 194 km stage of the Tour de France...
Loudun, France
TOM STEELS SPRINTS TO WIN WINS 2ND STAGE OF TDF.
Tom Steels (R) of Belgium sprints to win in a mass sprint the 2nd 194 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Poitiers to Loudun July 2. Erik Zabel on left took the third place of the stage and David Millar of Britain retains his leader's yellow jersey.

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July 02, 2000
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the second 194 km stage of the Tour de France...
Loudun, France
BELGIUM TOM STEELS CELEBRATES AS HE WINS THE 2ND STAGE OF THE TOUR THE FRANCE CYCLING RACE CYCLING RACE....
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the second 194 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Poitiers to Loudun July 2. David Millar of Britain retains his leader's yellow jersey.

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July 02, 2000
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the 2nd 194 km stage of the Tour de France...
Loudun, France
TOM STEELS WINS 2ND STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING RACE.
Tom Steels of Belgium celebrates as he wins in a mass sprint the 2nd 194 km stage of the Tour de France Cycling race from Poitiers to Loudun July 2.

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March 12, 2000
Belgium's Tom Steels wins the 8th and last stage of the Paris Nice cycling race between Nice and Nice...
Nice, France (French Republic)
BELGIUM'S TOM STEELS WINS THE EIGHTH STAGE OF PARIS NICE CYCLING RACE.
Belgium's Tom Steels wins the 8th and last stage of the Paris Nice cycling race between Nice and Nice (160,1 Km) March 12. Germany's Andreas Kloden won the race.

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January 31, 2000
MAX VAN HEESWIJK, WILFRIED PEETERS, LEIF HOSTE, TOM STEELS AND JOHAN MUSEEUW POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS DURING...
Tielt, Belgium - Kingdom of
MAX VAN HEESWIJK, WILFRIED PEETERS, LEIF HOSTE, TOM STEELS AND JOHAN MUSEEUW POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS ......
MAX VAN HEESWIJK, WILFRIED PEETERS, LEIF HOSTE, TOM STEELS AND JOHAN MUSEEUW POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS DURING THE OFFICIAL PRESENTATION OF THE MAPEI - QUICK-STEP CYCLING TEAM IN TIELT.


Dutch rider Max Van Heeswijk (L) and his Belgian teammates Wilfried Peeters (2ndL), Leif Hoste (C), Tom Steels (2ndR) and Johan Museeuw (R) pose for photographers at the official presentation of the Mapei - Quick-Step cycling team for the new season in Tielt, western Belgium January 31.
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January 31, 2000
VAN HEESWIJK, PEETERS, HOSTE AND STEELS POSE FOR OFFICIAL PRESENTATION OF THE MAPEI - QUICK-STEP CYCLING...
Tielt, Belgium - Kingdom of
VAN HEESWIJK, PEETERS, HOSTE AND STEELS POSE FOR OFFICIAL PRESENTATION OF THE MAPEI - QUICK-STEP ...
VAN HEESWIJK, PEETERS, HOSTE AND STEELS POSE FOR OFFICIAL PRESENTATION OF THE MAPEI - QUICK-STEP CYCLING TEAM.


Dutch rider Max Van Heeswijk (L) and his Belgian team mates Wilfried Peeters (2ndL), Leif Hoste (2ndR) and Tom Steels (R) pose for photographers at the official presentation of the Mapei - Quick-Step cycling team for the new season in Tielt, western Belgium January 31.
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July 22, 1999
Tom Steels of Belgium waves on podium after winning on sprint the 200km 17th stage of the Tour de France...
Bordeaux, France
TOM STEELS ON PODIUM OF 17TH STAGE OF TDF.
Tom Steels of Belgium waves on podium after winning on sprint the 200km 17th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Mourenx to Bordeaux southwestern France July 22. The tour ends in Paris on July 25th.

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July 22, 1999
Tom Steels of Belgium (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to win the 200km 17th stage of...
Bordeaux, France
TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM WINS THE 17TH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
Tom Steels of Belgium (C) raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to win the 200km 17th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Mourenx to Bordeaux, south western France, July 22. Erik Zabel (L) of Germany finished third and Robbie McEwen (R) of Australia was second. The tour ends in Paris on July 25.

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July 22, 1999
Tom Steels of Belgium (C) raises his arms to win a sprint to the finish of the 200km 17th stage of the...
Bordeaux, France
TOM STEELS OF BELGIUM WINS THE 17TH STAGE OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE.
Tom Steels of Belgium (C) raises his arms to win a sprint to the finish of the 200km 17th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Mourenx to Bordeaux, south western France, July 22. Erik Zabel of Germany (L) arrived third and Robbie McEwen (R) of Australia was second. The tour ends in Paris on July 25.

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July 09, 1999
Tom Steels of Belgium reacts on podium after winning on sprint the sixth stage of the Tour de France...
Maubeuge, France
Tom Steels of Belgium reacts on podium after winning on sprint the sixth stage of the Tour de France.....
Tom Steels of Belgium reacts on podium after winning on sprint the sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Amiens to Maubeuge, northern France, July 9. Tom Steels of Belgium was relategated on a jury decision for a dangerous move in the sprint. [Mario Cipollini of Italy won the stage.]
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July 09, 1999
Tom Steels (C) of Belgium sprints of win the 6th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Amiens...
Amiens, France
Tom Steels (C) of Belgium sprints of win the 6th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Amien.....
Tom Steels (C) of Belgium sprints of win the 6th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Amiens to Maubeuge, northern France, July 9. Mario Cipollini (L) of Italy took the second place and Erik Zabel (R) of Germany third.
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July 09, 1999
Tom Steels of Belgium rides in the sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Amiens to Maubeuge,...
Maubeuge, France
TOM STEELS IN 6TH STAGE OF TDF.
Tom Steels of Belgium rides in the sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Amiens to Maubeuge, northern France, July 9. Tom Steels crossed the finish line first but was declassified for barging during the final sprint on a jury decision. Mario Cipollini of Italy won the stage.

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July 09, 1999
Tom Steels of Belgium puts on the green jersey of best sprinter on podium after crossing the finish line...
Maubeuge, France
TOM STEELS ON PODIUM AFTER 6TH STAGE OF TDF.
Tom Steels of Belgium puts on the green jersey of best sprinter on podium after crossing the finish line first during the final sprint the sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Amiens to Maubeuge, northern France, July 9. Tom Steels was later declassified for barging during the final sprint on a jury decision. Mario Cipollini of Italy won the stage.

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