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PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z70
August 21, 2009
A surfer puts his clothes on after surfing at Punta Roquitas beach in Lima August 14, 2009. Even by its...
Lima, Peru
A surfer puts his clothes on after surfing at Punta Roquitas beach in Lima
A surfer puts his clothes on after surfing at Punta Roquitas beach in Lima August 14, 2009. Even by its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru with its heavy smog and metropolitan congestion. But footsteps away from Miraflores, a touristy neighborhood in the south of Lima, the big city home to 8 million turns into an ocean and surfer's paradise all year-round. Picture taken August 14, 2009. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z6X
August 21, 2009
A surfer rides a wave at La Herradura beach in Lima August 17, 2009. Even by its own inhabitants, Lima...
Lima, Peru
A surfer rides a wave at La Herradura beach in Lima
A surfer rides a wave at La Herradura beach in Lima August 17, 2009. Even by its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru with its heavy smog and metropolitan congestion. But footsteps away from Miraflores, a touristy neighborhood in the south of Lima, the big city home to 8 million turns into an ocean and surfer's paradise all year-round. Picture taken August 17, 2009. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z6P
August 21, 2009
A surfer showers with a bottle of fresh water after surfing at Punta Roquitas beach in Lima August 14,...
Lima, Peru
A surfer showers with a bottle of fresh water after surfing at Punta Roquitas beach in Lima
A surfer showers with a bottle of fresh water after surfing at Punta Roquitas beach in Lima August 14, 2009. Even by its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru with its heavy smog and metropolitan congestion. But footsteps away from Miraflores, a touristy neighborhood in the south of Lima, the big city home to 8 million turns into ocean and surfer's paradise all year-round. Picture taken August 14, 2009. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z63
August 21, 2009
A surfer rides a wave at La Herradura beach in Lima August 17, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants,...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/
A surfer rides a wave at La Herradura beach in Lima August 17, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru, with its heavy smog and traffic, but just a stone's throw away is a surfer's paradise -- Waikiki. Miraflores, an upscale neighborhood south of Lima, boasts its own Waikiki beach, named by wealthy Peruvian sugarcane heir Carlos Dogny who came home from Hawaii in 1942 with a board given to him by surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku. Picture taken August 17, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z5X
August 21, 2009
A surfer stretches before surfing at La Pampilla beach in Lima August 16, 2009. Even by its own inhabitants,...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/
A surfer stretches before surfing at La Pampilla beach in Lima August 16, 2009. Even by its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru with its heavy smog and metropolitan congestion. But footsteps away from Miraflores, a touristy neighborhood in the south of Lima, the big city home to 8 million turns into ocean and surfer's paradise all year-round. Picture taken August 16, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z5C
August 21, 2009
A man practices paddle surfing at La Pampilla beach in Lima August 16, 2009. Picture taken August 16,...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/
A man practices paddle surfing at La Pampilla beach in Lima August 16, 2009. Picture taken August 16, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru, with its heavy smog and traffic, but just a stone's throw away is a surfer's paradise -- Waikiki. Miraflores, an upscale neighborhood south of Lima, boasts its own Waikiki beach, named by wealthy Peruvian sugarcane heir Carlos Dogny who came home from Hawaii in 1942 with a board given to him by surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku. Picture taken August 16, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z4P
August 21, 2009
A woman stands on a surfboard while taking surfing lessons at Barranquito beach in Lima August 18, 2009....
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/
A woman stands on a surfboard while taking surfing lessons at Barranquito beach in Lima August 18, 2009. EEven by many of its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru, with its heavy smog and traffic, but just a stone's throw away is a surfer's paradise -- Waikiki. Miraflores, an upscale neighborhood south of Lima, boasts its own Waikiki beach, named by wealthy Peruvian sugarcane heir Carlos Dogny who came home from Hawaii in 1942 with a board given to him by surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku. Picture taken August 18, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z3X
August 21, 2009
A man and a child walk with their surfboards at La Pampilla beach in Lima August 16, 2009. Even by many...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/
A man and a child walk with their surfboards at La Pampilla beach in Lima August 16, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru, with its heavy smog and traffic, but just a stone's throw away is a surfer's paradise -- Waikiki. Miraflores, an upscale neighborhood south of Lima, boasts its own Waikiki beach, named by wealthy Peruvian sugarcane heir Carlos Dogny who came home from Hawaii in 1942 with a board given to him by surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku.
Picture taken August 16, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z3L
August 21, 2009
Surfers ride a wave at La Herradura beach in Lima August 17, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants,...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/
Surfers ride a wave at La Herradura beach in Lima August 17, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru, with its heavy smog and traffic, but just a stone's throw away is a surfer's paradise -- Waikiki. Miraflores, an upscale neighborhood south of Lima, boasts its own Waikiki beach, named by wealthy Peruvian sugarcane heir Carlos Dogny who came home from Hawaii in 1942 with a board given to him by surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku. Picture taken August 17, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
PERU-SURFING/
RTR26Z2E
August 21, 2009
A surfer walks on a beach in the outskirts of Lima August 15, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants,...
Lima, Peru
To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/
A surfer walks on a beach in the outskirts of Lima August 15, 2009. Even by many of its own inhabitants, Lima is not known to be the most charming city in Peru, with its heavy smog and traffic, but just a stone's throw away is a surfer's paradise -- Waikiki. Miraflores, an upscale neighborhood south of Lima, boasts its own Waikiki beach, named by wealthy Peruvian sugarcane heir Carlos Dogny who came home from Hawaii in 1942 with a board given to him by surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku. Picture taken August 15, 2009. To match Reuters Life! PERU-SURFING/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY SPORT)
MOTOR-RACING-CHAMP/AUSTRALIA
RTR1V5N0
October 21, 2007
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives over a kerb during the Lexmark...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Sebastien Bourdais of France races during the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives over a kerb during the Lexmark Indy 300 and the Champ Car World Series championship for the fourth time at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast October 21, 2007. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh (AUSTRALIA)
MOTOR-RACING-CHAMP/AUSTRALIA
RTR1V5MZ
October 21, 2007
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais (C) of France celebrates with RuSPORT driver Justin...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Bourdais, Wilson and Junqueira celebrate on the podium of the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais (C) of France celebrates with RuSPORT driver Justin Wilson (L) of Britain and Dale Coyne Racing driver Bruno Junqueira of Brazil on the podium after the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast October 21, 2007. Bourdais won the race while Wilson came in second and Junqueira third. REUTERS/JohnPryke (AUSTRALIA)
MOTOR-RACING-CHAMP/AUSTRALIA
RTR1V5MX
October 21, 2007
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France kisses the trophy after winning the Lexmark...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates after winning the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France kisses the trophy after winning the Lexmark Indy 300 and the Champ Car World Series championship for the fourth consecutive time at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast October 21, 2007. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh (AUSTRALIA)
MOTOR-RACING-CHAMP/AUSTRALIA
RTR1V5MS
October 21, 2007
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France kisses the trophy after winning the Lexmark...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Sebastien Bourdais of France kisses trophy after winning the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France kisses the trophy after winning the Lexmark Indy 300 and his fourth consecutive Champ Car world title at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast October 21, 2007. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh (AUSTRALIA)
MOTOR-RACING-CHAMP/AUSTRALIA
RTR1V5MP
October 21, 2007
Mechanics work on the suspension of the car of Team Australia driver Will Power of Australia after he...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Mechanics work on the suspension of the car of Team Australia driver Will Power during the Lexmark Indy...
Mechanics work on the suspension of the car of Team Australia driver Will Power of Australia after he collided with Forsythe Championship Racing driver David Martinez of Mexico during a pit stop in the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast October 21, 2007. REUTERS/John Pryke (AUSTRALIA)
MOTOR-RACING-CHAMP/AUSTRALIA
RTR1V5MO
October 21, 2007
Team Australia driver Will Power (L) of Australia collides with Forsythe Championship Racing driver David...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Will Power of Australia collides with David Martinez of Mexico during the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers...
Team Australia driver Will Power (L) of Australia collides with Forsythe Championship Racing driver David Martinez of Mexico during a pit stop in the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast October 21, 2007. REUTERS/John Pryke (AUSTRALIA)
MOTOR-RACING-CHAMP/AUSTRALIA
RTR1V5MJ
October 21, 2007
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates after winning the Lexmark Indy...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates after winning the Lexmark Indy 300 at Surfers Paradise
Newman Haas Lanigan Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates after winning the Lexmark Indy 300 and his fourth consecutive Champ Car world title at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast October 21, 2007. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh (AUSTRALIA)
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MWN
October 23, 2005
Champcar driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates on the podium after his second successive Champ...
Gold Coast, Australia
Bourdais celebrates on the podium after his second successive Champ Car world title at Surfer's Paradise...
Champcar driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates on the podium after his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh.
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MWL
October 23, 2005
Champcar driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates on the podium after his second successive Champ...
Gold Coast, Australia
Bourdais celebrates on the podium after his second successive Champ Car world title at Surfer's Paradise...
Champcar driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates on the podium after his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh.
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MW8
October 23, 2005
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth from the pits on his way...
Gold Coast, Australia
Champ Car driver Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth from the pits in Gold Coast
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth from the pits on his way to his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MW5
October 23, 2005
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France stands in his Lola Ford-Cosworth after his second successive...
Gold Coast, Australia
Champ Car driver Bourdais of France stands in his Lola Ford-Cosworth after his second successive Champ...
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France stands in his Lola Ford-Cosworth after his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MW1
October 23, 2005
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France kisses his trophy after his second successive Champ Car...
Gold Coast, Australia
Champ Car driver Bourdais of France kisses his trophy after his second successive Champ Car world title...
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France kisses his trophy after his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MVY
October 23, 2005
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates after his second successive Champ Car world...
Gold Coast, Australia
Champ Car driver Bourdais of France celebrates after his second successive Champ Car world title in Gold...
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France celebrates after his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MVU
October 23, 2005
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France stands with his trophy after his second successive Champ...
Gold Coast, Australia
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France stands with his trophy after his second successive Champ...
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France stands with his trophy after his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MVP
October 23, 2005
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth to his second successive...
Gold Coast, Australia
Champ Car driver Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth to his second successive Champ Car...
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth to his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh
SPORT MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIA
RTR18MVM
October 23, 2005
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth to his second successive...
Gold Coast, Australia
Champ Car driver Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth to his second successive Champ Car...
Champ Car driver Sebastien Bourdais of France drives his Lola Ford-Cosworth to his second successive Champ Car world title when he won the Australian round of the series on the Gold Coast at Surfer's Paradise, Australia October 23, 2005. The 26-year-old Bourdais could have won the title on Saturday without even racing, but was denied the one point he needed when Newman Haas team mate Oriol Servia clinched pole and forced the title chase into Sunday. The Frenchman has 344 points, 78 ahead of Servia with just one round to go, in Mexico City on November 6. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh
AUSTRALIA
RTXM90I
October 17, 2003
Longboard surfers from a surf school walk into the water at the popular tourist of Main Beach at Surfer's...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Longboard surfers from a surf school walk into the water at the popular tourist of Main Beach at Sur.....
Longboard surfers from a surf school walk into the water at the popular tourist of Main Beach at Surfer's Paradise, 60 kilometres southeast of Brisbane, October 17, 2003. [The Australian Tourism Commission managing director Ken Boundy said today that the launch of a Qantas low cost domestic airline next year to rival Richard Branson's carrier Virgin Blue would give both domestic and international travellers an advantage, adding that it will encourage foreign visitors to get out beyond the cities.]
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR540Q
October 17, 2003
Longboard surfers from a surf school walk into the water at the popular
tourist destination of Main...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
LONGBOARD SURFERS WALK INTO THE WATER AT SURFER'S PARADISE IN
QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA.
Longboard surfers from a surf school walk into the water at the popular
tourist destination of Main Beach at Surfer's Paradise, 60 kilometres
southeast of Brisbane, October 17, 2003. The Australian Tourism
Commission managing director Ken Boundy said today that the launch of a
Qantas low cost domestic airline next year to rival Richard Branson's
carrier Virgin Blue would give both domestic and international
travellers an advantage, adding that it will encourage foreign visitors
to get out beyond the cities. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/FA
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA QANTAS
RTR53ZF
October 17, 2003
A girl leans on her surfboard at the popular tourist destination of
Main Beach at Surfers Paradise,...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
GIRL LEANS ON SURFBOARD AT SURFER'S PARADISE IN QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA.
A girl leans on her surfboard at the popular tourist destination of
Main Beach at Surfers Paradise, 60 kilometres southeast of Brisbane
October 17, 2003. The Australian Tourism Commission managing director
Ken Boundy said on Friday the launch of a Qantas low cost domestic
airline next year to rival Richard Branson's carrier Virgin Blue would
give both domestic and international travellers an advantage, adding
that it will encourage foreign visitors to get out beyond the cities.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/FA
SPORT MOTORRACING
RTR105OI
November 14, 2002
Mexican CART driver Adrian Fernandez (L), speaks after Dr. Terry
Trammell (R), CART's chief Orthopedic...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICOS CART DRIVER FERNANDEZ TO MISS SEASON FINALE AS DOCTOR TRAMMELL
LOOK ON AT A PRESS CONFERENCE....
Mexican CART driver Adrian Fernandez (L), speaks after Dr. Terry
Trammell (R), CART's chief Orthopedic Consul, confirmed that changes
revealed in a recent CAT scan will have Fernandez miss the CART FedEx
Championship series season finale, resulting from a multi-car incident
at the start of the Honda Indy 300 in Surfers Paradise, Australia on
October 27, during a press conference in Mexico City, November 14,
2002. The CART race will be run on November 17. REUTERS/Henry Romero

HR
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP7
October 28, 2001
Brazilian Gil de Ferran (front) embraces Marlboro Team Penske owner
Roger Penske after clinching his...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN GIL DE FERRAN EMBRACES ROGER PENSKE AFTER THE AUSTRALIAN INDY
300 ON THE GOLD COAST.
Brazilian Gil de Ferran (front) embraces Marlboro Team Penske owner
Roger Penske after clinching his second successive CART series title by
finishing fourth in the Australian Indy 300 race at the Surfers
Paradise street circuit on the Gold Coast, Australia October 28, 2001.
Compatriot Cristiano de Matta won the race ahead of American Michael
Andretti and third-placed Canadian Alex Tagliani. REUTERS/Mark
Horsburgh

MH/CP
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP6
October 28, 2001
American Michael Andretti on his way to a second place finish in his
Motorola Honda Reyanrd at the 2001...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
AMERICAN MICHAEL ANDRETTI FINISHES SECOND AT AUSTRALIAN INDY 300.
American Michael Andretti on his way to a second place finish in his
Motorola Honda Reyanrd at the 2001 Australian Indy 300 on the Surfers
Paradise street circuit October 28, 2001. Brazilian Cristiano da Matta
won Sunday's Australian Indy 300 race while compatriot Gil de Ferran
clinched his second successive CART series title by finishing fourth.
REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh

MH/DL
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP5
October 28, 2001
Canadian Alex Tagliani on his way to a third place finish at the
Australian Indy 300 race at the Surfers...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
CANADIAN ALEX TAGLIANI ON HIS WAY TO A THIRD-PLACE FINISH IN AUSTRALIAN
INDY 300 ON THE GOLD COAST.
Canadian Alex Tagliani on his way to a third place finish at the
Australian Indy 300 race at the Surfers Paradise street circuit on the
Gold Coast, Australia October 28, 2001. Brazilian Cristiano de Matta
won the race ahead of American Michael Andretti and Tagliani.
REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh

MH/CP
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP4
October 28, 2001
Gil de Ferran of Brazil holds the trophy after clinching his second
successive CART series title by...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN GIL DE FERRAN HOLDS THE TROPHY AFTER CLINCHING THE CART
SERIES TITLE ON THE GOLD COAST.
Gil de Ferran of Brazil holds the trophy after clinching his second
successive CART series title by finishing fourth in the Australian Indy
300 race at the Surfers Paradise street circuit on the Gold Coast,
Australia October 28, 2001. Compatriot Cristiano de Matta won the race
ahead of American Michael Andretti and third-placed Canadian Alex
Tagliani. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh

MH/CP
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP3
October 28, 2001
Gil de Ferran of Brazil holds the trophy after clinching his second
successive CART series title by...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN GIL DE FERRAN HOLDS THE TROPHY AFTER CLINCHING THE CART
SERIES TITLE ON THE GOLD COAST.
Gil de Ferran of Brazil holds the trophy after clinching his second
successive CART series title by finishing fourth in the Australian Indy
300 race at the Surfers Paradise street circuit on the Gold Coast,
Australia October 28, 2001. Compatriot Cristiano de Matta won the race
ahead of American Michael Andretti and third-placed Canadian Alex
Tagliani. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh

MH/CP
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP2
October 28, 2001
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil celebrates winning the Australian Indy 300
race at the Surfers Paradise...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN CRISTIANO DA MATTA CELEBRATES HIS WIN IN THE AUSTRALIAN INDY
300 RACE ON THE GOLD COAST.
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil celebrates winning the Australian Indy 300
race at the Surfers Paradise street circuit on the Gold Coast,
Australia October 28, 2001. Matta won the race ahead of American
Michael Andretti and third-placed Canadian Alex Tagliani. REUTERS/Mark
Horsburgh

MH/CP
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP1
October 28, 2001
Brazilian Cristiano da Matta (2nd L) celebrates winning the 2001
Australian Indy 300 on the Surfers...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN CRISTIANO DA MATTA CELEBRATES WITH MISS INDY.
Brazilian Cristiano da Matta (2nd L) celebrates winning the 2001
Australian Indy 300 on the Surfers Paradise street circuit with the
winner and runners up of the 2001 Miss Indy contest October 28, 2001.
Matta won the race ahead of American Michael Andretti and Canadian Alex
Tagliani, third. REUTERS/Mark Horsburgh

MH/DL
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14RP0
October 28, 2001
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil on his way to winning the Australian Indy
300 race at the Surfers Paradise...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN CRISTIANO DA MATTA ON HIS WAY TO WIN THE AUSTRALIAN INDY 300
RACE ON THE GOLD COAST.
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil on his way to winning the Australian Indy
300 race at the Surfers Paradise street circuit on the Gold Coast,
Australia October 28, 2001. Matta won the race ahead of American
Michael Andretti and third-placed Canadian Alex Tagliani. REUTERS/Mark
Horsburgh

MH/CP
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14ROZ
October 28, 2001
Brazilian Cristiano da Matta on his way to victory in his Newman/Hass
Toyota Lola at the 2001 Australian...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN CRISTIANO DA MATTA WINS AUSTRALIAN INDY 300.
Brazilian Cristiano da Matta on his way to victory in his Newman/Hass
Toyota Lola at the 2001 Australian Indy 300 on the Surfers Paradise
street circuit October 28, 2001. Matta won the race ahead of American
Michael Andretti and Canadian Alex Tagliani, third. REUTERS/Mark
Horsburgh

MH/DL
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14ROY
October 28, 2001
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil celebrates winning the Australian Indy 300
race at the Surfers Paradise...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN CRISTIANO DA MATTA CELEBRATES HIS WIN IN THE AUSTRALIA'S INDY
300 RACE AT THE GOLD COAST.
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil celebrates winning the Australian Indy 300
race at the Surfers Paradise street circuit on the Gold Coast,
Australia October 28, 2001. Matta won the race ahead of American
Michael Andretti and Canadian Alex Tagliani, third. REUTERS/Mark
Horsburgh

MH/CP
SPORT MOTOR RACING CART
RTR14ROX
October 28, 2001
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil celebrates winning the Australian Indy 300
race at the Surfers Paradise...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
BRAZILIAN CRISTIANO DA MATTA CELEBRATES HIS WIN IN THE AUSTRALIA'S INDY
300 RACE AT THE GOLD COAST.
Cristiano da Matta of Brazil celebrates winning the Australian Indy 300
race at the Surfers Paradise street circuit on the Gold Coast,
Australia October 28, 2001. Matta won the race ahead of American
Michael Andretti and Canadian Alex Tagliani, third. REUTERS/Mark
Horsburgh

MH/CP
AUSTRALIA REPUBLIC
RTRS3VY
November 06, 1999
A pro-republic volunteer helps a man lift his pram up some stairs at a polling booth for referendum voting...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
MAN HELPS LIFT PRAM AT REFERENDUM POLLING BOOTH IN SURFERS PARADISE.
A pro-republic volunteer helps a man lift his pram up some stairs at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with Britain at a public school in Surfers Paradise, located 75 kilometres south-east of Brisbane November 6. Voting in the national vote on the republic proposal started early this morning, with polls still showing Australians were likely to reject the plan because they see no point in changing the current system.

DG
AUSTRALIA REPUBLIC
RTRS3VV
November 06, 1999
A woman votes whilst holding the lead for her dog at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
WOMAN VOTES WITH HER DOG AT REFERENDUM POLLING BOOTH IN SURFERS PARADISE.
A woman votes whilst holding the lead for her dog at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with Britain at the Southport Surf-Lifesaving Club at Surfers Paradise, located 75 kilometres south-east of Brisbane November 6. Voting in the national vote on the republic proposal started early this morning, with polls still showing Australians were likely to reject the plan because they see no point in changing the current system.

DG
AUSTRALIA REPUBLIC
RTRS3UA
November 06, 1999
Two surf-lifesavers vote at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
SURF-LIFESAVERS VOTE AT REFERENDUM POLLING BOOTH IN SURFERS PARADISE.
Two surf-lifesavers vote at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with Britain at the Southport Surf-Lifesaving Club at Surfers Paradise, located 75 kilometres south-east of Brisbane November 6. Voting on the republic proposal started early this morning, with polls still showing Australians were likely to reject the plan because they see no point in changing the current system.

DG
AUSTRALIA REPUBLIC
RTRS3TU
November 06, 1999
A surfboard rider walks past a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
SURFER WALKS PAST REFERENDUM POLLING BOOTH AT SURFERS PARADISE.
A surfboard rider walks past a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with Britain at the Southport Surf-Lifesaving Club at Surfers Paradise, located 75 kilometres south-east of Brisbane November 6. Voting on the republic proposal started early this morning, with polls still showing Australians were likely to reject the plan because they see no point in changing the current system.

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA
RTXJAOZ
November 05, 1999
Two surf-lifesavers vote at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
Two surf-lifesavers vote at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties wi.....
Two surf-lifesavers vote at a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with Britain at the Southport Surf-Lifesaving Club at Surfers Paradise, located 75 kilometres south-east of Brisbane November 6. Voting on the republic proposal started early this morning, with polls still showing Australians were likely to reject the plan because they see no point in changing the current system.
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AUSTRALIA
RTXJAOY
November 05, 1999
A surfboard rider walks past a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with...
Surfers Paradise, Australia
A surfboard rider walks past a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties w.....
A surfboard rider walks past a polling booth for referendum voting on cutting two-century-old ties with Britain at the Southport Surf-Lifesaving Club at Surfers Paradise, located 75 kilometres south-east of Brisbane November 6. Voting on the republic proposal started early this morning, with polls still showing Australians were likely to reject the plan because they see no point in changing the current system.
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