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SPORT SPEED SKATING
RTRRL8Q 
March 05, 2005 
Anschuetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany celebrate on the podium after winning the gold medal in the... 
Inzell 
Anschuetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany celebrate on the podium after winning the gold medal in ...... 
Anschuetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany celebrate on the podium after winning the gold medal in the women's team pursuit at the World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships in Inzell. L-R Daniela Anschuetz, Anni Friesinger and Sandra Voelker of Germany celebrate on the podium after winning the gold medal in the women's team pursuit event at the World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships in the Bavarian resort of Inzell, southern Germany March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle 
SPORT SPEED SKATING
RTRRL8K 
March 05, 2005 
Anschuetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany listen to the national anthems after winning the gold medal... 
Inzell 
Anschuetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany listen to the national anthems after winning the gold ...... 
Anschuetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany listen to the national anthems after winning the gold medal in the women's team pursuit at the World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships in Inzell. L-R Daniela Anschuetz, Anni Friesinger and Sandra Voelker of Germany listen to the national anthems after winning the gold medal in the women's team pursuit event at the World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships in the Bavarian resort of Inzell, southern Germany March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle 
SPORT SPEED SKATING
RTRRL3H 
March 05, 2005 
Anschetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany skate on their way to win the gold medal in the women's team... 
Inzell 
Anschetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany skate on their way to win the gold medal in the women's ...... 
Anschetz Friesinger and Voelker of Germany skate on their way to win the gold medal in the women's team pursuit at the World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships in Inzell. Daniela Anschuetz (C) Anni Friesinger (R) and Sandra Voelker (L) of Germany skate on their way to win the gold medal in the women's team pursuit event at the World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships in the Bavarian resort of Inzell, southern Germany March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR1128V 
January 23, 2005 
Germany's Sandra Voelker swims during the women's 100 metres individual medley race at the Short Course... 
Berlin, Germany 
Germany's Sandra Voelker swims during the women's 100 metres individual medley race in Berlin. 
Germany's Sandra Voelker swims during the women's 100 metres individual medley race at the Short Course Swimming World Cup in Berlin January 23, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Dalder MAD/AA 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTRWQ0F 
May 16, 2004 
SWEDEN'S ALSHAMMAR POSES WITH GOLD MEDAL AFTER WINNING THE 50M FREESTYLE FINAL AT EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
SWEDEN'S ALSHAMMAR POSES WITH GOLD MEDAL AFTER WINNING THE 50M FREESTYLE FINAL AT EUROPEAN ... 
SWEDEN'S ALSHAMMAR POSES WITH GOLD MEDAL AFTER WINNING THE 50M FREESTYLE FINAL AT EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MADRID. Sweden's Therese Alshammar poses with her gold medal after winning the 50m freestyle final at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid May 16, 2004. Alshammar won the gold medal, Belarus Sviatlana Khakhlova took the silver medal and German Sandra Voelker the bronze medal. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR13L37 
May 16, 2003 
Germany's Antje Buschschulte relaxes after winning the women's 100
metres backstroke final at the German... 
Hamburg, Germany - FDR 
ANTJE BUSCHSCHULTE OF GERMANY RELAXES AFTER WOMEN'S 100 METRES
BACKSTROKE FINAL IN HAMBURG. 
Germany's Antje Buschschulte relaxes after winning the women's 100
metres backstroke final at the German Swimming Championships in Hamburg
May 16, 2003. Buschschulte won the final in one minute 1.27 seconds,
ahead of Sandra Voelker and Jenny Mensing. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/JOH 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR13KMD 
May 15, 2003 
Germany's Sandra Voelker swims the women's 100 metres freestyle heat at the
German Swimming Championships... 
Hamburg, Germany - FDR 
SANDRA VOELKER FROM GERMANY SWIMS WOMEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEAT
IN HAMBURG. 
Germany's Sandra Voelker swims the women's 100 metres freestyle heat at the
German Swimming Championships in Hamburg May 15, 2003. Pictures of the month
May 2003 REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch REUTERS

FAB/JOH 
RTRXXFA 
August 04, 2002 
Germany's 4 x 100 metres women's Medley relay R-L Sandra Voelker,
Franziska van Almsick, Simone Weiler... 
Germany 
GERMAN WOMEN'S 4 X 100 METRES MEDLEY RELAY POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS IN
BERLIN. 
Germany's 4 x 100 metres women's Medley relay R-L Sandra Voelker,
Franziska van Almsick, Simone Weiler and Antje Buschulte pose for
photographers with their gold medals after winning the final at the
European Swimming Championships with the women's 4 x 100 metres Medley
relay in Berlin August 4, 2002. Team Germany set a new European record
in the time of 4 minutes 1.54 seconds. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch REUTERS

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RTRXXE2 
August 04, 2002 
Germany's women's 4 x 100 metres Medley relay L-R Sandra Voelker,
Franziska van Almsick, Simone Weiler... 
Germany 
GERMAN 4 X 100 METRES MEDLEY RELAY DISPLAY GOLD MEDAL IN BERLIN. 
Germany's women's 4 x 100 metres Medley relay L-R Sandra Voelker,
Franziska van Almsick, Simone Weiler and Antje Buschulte pose with
their gold medals after winning the final at the European Swimming
Championships with the women's 4 x 100 metres Medley relay in Berlin
August 4, 2002. Team Germany set a new European record in the time of 4
minutes 1.54 seconds. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

WR/CRB 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXW36 
August 03, 2002 
VOELKER OF GERMANY LEAVES THE POOL AFTER 50 METRES BACKSTROKE HEATS AT
EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS... 
Berlin, Germany 
VOELKER OF GERMANY LEAVES THE POOL AFTER 50 METRES BACKSTROKE HEATS AT
EUROPEAN SWIMMING ... 
VOELKER OF GERMANY LEAVES THE POOL AFTER 50 METRES BACKSTROKE HEATS AT
EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BERLIN.


Sandra Voelker of Germany leaves the pool after her women's 50 metres
backstroke heats at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin
August 3, 2002. Voelker clocked a time of 29.27 seconds.
REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXW32 
August 03, 2002 
Sandra Voelker of Germany starts from the block in the women's 50
metres backstroke heats of the European... 
Berlin, Germany 
VOELKER OF GERMANY STARTS 50 METRES BACKSTROKE HEATS AT EUROPEAN
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BERLIN. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany starts from the block in the women's 50
metres backstroke heats of the European Swimming Championships in
Berlin August 3, 2002. Voelker clocked a time of 29.27 seconds.
REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch REUTERS

FAB 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXW2X 
August 03, 2002 
Sandra Voelker of Germany swims in the women's 50 metres backstroke
heats at the European Swimming Championships... 
Berlin, Germany 
VOELKER OF GERMANY SWIMS 50 METRES BACKSTROKE HEATS AT EUROPEAN
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BERLIN. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany swims in the women's 50 metres backstroke
heats at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin August 3, 2002.
Voelker clocked a time of 29.27 seconds. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
REUTERS

FAB 
RTRXV90 
August 02, 2002 
Sandra Voelker of Germany waves to her supporters after swimming to a
silver medal in the women's 100... 
Germany 
VOELKER OF GERMANY WAVES AFTER SWIMMING TO SILVER IN WOMENS 100 METRES
BACKSTROKE EVENT IN BERLIN. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany waves to her supporters after swimming to a
silver medal in the women's 100 metres Backstroke at the European
Swimming Championships in Berlin August 2, 2002. Voelker came second in
a time of one minute 1.42 seconds. The gold medal was won by Russia's
Stanislava Komarova in a time of of one minute 1.40 seconds.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

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SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXV8N 
August 02, 2002 
Stanislava Komarova of Russia takes a sip after swimming to a gold
medal in the women's 100 metres Backstroke... 
Berlin, Germany 
KOMAROVA OF RUSSIA TAKES A SIP AFTER SWIMMING TO GOLD IN WOMENS 100
METRES BACKSTROKE EVENT IN BERLIN.... 
Stanislava Komarova of Russia takes a sip after swimming to a gold
medal in the women's 100 metres Backstroke event at the European
Swimming Championships in Berlin on August 2, 2002. Komarova clocked in
the time of 1 minute 1.40 seconds followed by Germany's Sandra Voelker
in 1 minute 1.42 seconds and Antje Buschulte of Germany in 1 minute
1.56 seconds. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

WR 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXV89 
August 02, 2002 
Stanislava Komarova moves over lane ropes after swimming to a gold
medal in the women's 100 metres Backstroke... 
Berlin, Germany 
KOMAROVA OF RUSSIA SWIMS TO GOLD IN WOMENS 100 METRES BACKSTROKE EVENT
IN BERLIN. 
Stanislava Komarova moves over lane ropes after swimming to a gold
medal in the women's 100 metres Backstroke event at the European
Swimming Championships in Berlin August 2, 2002. Komarova clocked a
time of one minute 1.40 seconds followed by Germany's Sandra Voelker in
one minute 1.42 seconds and Antje Buschulte of Germany in one minute
1.56 seconds. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

WR 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXS0S 
July 29, 2002 
German women's 4 x 100 meters freestyle relay team (L-R) Franziska van
Almsick, Kathrin Meissner, Petra... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN WOMENS 4 X 100 METERS FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE WORLD
RECORD. 
German women's 4 x 100 meters freestyle relay team (L-R) Franziska van
Almsick, Kathrin Meissner, Petra Dallmann and Sandra Voelker celebrate
after setting a new world record in a time of 3 minutes 36.00 seconds
at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin July 29, 2002. The
four Germans improved the old world record of 3 minutes 36.61 seconds
of the U.S. team set at the Sydney 2000 Olympic summer games.
REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

FAB/CRB 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXS0E 
July 29, 2002 
The German women's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay team of (L-R) Petra
Dallmann, Sandra Voelker, Franziska... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN WOMENS 4 X 100 METRE FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE WORLD RECORD
IN BERLIN. 
The German women's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay team of (L-R) Petra
Dallmann, Sandra Voelker, Franziska van Almsick and Kathrin Meissner
celebrate after setting a new world record in a time of 3 minutes 36.00
seconds at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin July 29, 2002.
The four Germans improved the old world record of 3 minutes 36.61
seconds set by the U.S. team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic summer games.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

FAB 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXS07 
July 29, 2002 
The German women's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay team of (L-R) Kathrin
Meissner, Petra Dallmann, Sandra... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM POSE WITH GOLD MEDALS IN BERLIN. 
The German women's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay team of (L-R) Kathrin
Meissner, Petra Dallmann, Sandra Voelker and Franziska van Almsick bite
into their gold medals after setting a new world record time of 3
minutes 36.00 seconds at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin
July 29, 2002. The four Germans improved the old world record of 3
minutes 36.61 seconds set by the U.S. team set at the Sydney 2000
Olympic summer games. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

WR 
SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXRZE 
July 29, 2002 
The German women's 4 x 100 meters freestyle relay team of (L toR) Petra
Dallmann, Kathrin Meissner,... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN WOMENS 4 X 100 METERS FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM DISPLAY THEIR GOLD
MEDALS IN BERLIN. 
The German women's 4 x 100 meters freestyle relay team of (L toR) Petra
Dallmann, Kathrin Meissner, Sandra Voelker and Franziska van Almsick
display their gold medals after setting a new world record in a time of
three minutes 36.00 seconds at the European Swimming Championships in
Berlin July 29, 2002. The four Germans improved on the old world record
of three minutes 36.61 seconds set by the U.S. team at the Sydney 2000
Olympics. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

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SPORT SWIMMING EUROPE
RTRXRZ4 
July 29, 2002 
The German women's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay team (L-R) of
Franziska van Almsick, Petra Dallmann,... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN 4 X 100 METRE FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM CELEBRATES NEW WORLD RECORD
IN BERLIN. 
The German women's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay team (L-R) of
Franziska van Almsick, Petra Dallmann, Kathrin Meissner and Sandra
Voelker celebrate their new world record time of 3 minutes 36.00
seconds at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin July 29, 2002.
The four Germans improved the old world record of 3 minutes 36.61
seconds set by the U.S. team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic summer games.
REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay REUTERS

WR 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR14DD1 
July 25, 2001 
Inge de Bruijn (C) of the Netherlands displays her gold medal for the
women's 100 metre freestyle event... 
Fukuoka, Japan 
MEDALLISTS IN THE WOMEN'S 100 METRE FREESTYLE DISPLAY THEIR MEDALS IN
FUKUOKA. 
Inge de Bruijn (C) of the Netherlands displays her gold medal for the
women's 100 metre freestyle event with German silver-medalist Katrin
Meissner (L) and German bronze-medalist Sandra Voelker at the ninth
World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 25, 2001. De Bruijn won in
a time of 54.18 seconds.

JIR/JD 
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DC2 
July 25, 2001 
Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands smiles after being presented with the
gold medal for the womens 100m... 
Fukuoka, Japan 
DE BRUIJN HOLDS HER MASCOT AFTER HER WIN AT THE WOMEN'S 100M FREESTYLE
FINAL IN FUKUOKA. 
Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands smiles after being presented with the
gold medal for the womens 100m freestyle final at the 9th World
Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 25, 2001. De Bruijn won with a
time of 54.18 seconds, ahead of Germans Katrin Meissner in second and
Sandra Voelker in third.

JIR/DL 
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DC1 
July 25, 2001 
Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands waves after being presented with the
gold medal for the womens 100m... 
Fukuoka, Japan 
DE BRUIJN WAVES DURING THE MEDAL CEREMONY IN FUKUOKA. 
Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands waves after being presented with the
gold medal for the womens 100m freestyle final at the 9th World
Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 25, 2001. De Bruijn won with a
time of 54.18 seconds, ahead of Germans Katrin Meissner in second and
Sandra Voelker in third.

JIR/DL 
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DBZ 
July 25, 2001 
Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands reacts after winning the women's 100
metre freestyle final at the... 
Fukuoka, Japan 
INGE DE BRUIJN OF THE NETHERLANDS REACTS TO WINNING THE 100 METRE
FREESTYLE IN FUKUOKA. 
Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands reacts after winning the women's 100
metre freestyle final at the ninth World Swimming Championships in
Fukuoka July 25, 2001. De Bruijn won with a time of 54.18 seconds,
ahead of Germans Katrin Meissner in second and Sandra Voelker in
third.

JIR/JD 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR10AGA 
September 12, 2000 
German swimming medal hopefuls Franziska van Almsick (L) talks to compatriot Sandra Voelker prior to... 
Sydney, Australia 
GERMANY'S VOELKER AND VAN ALMSICK TALK PRIOR TO TRAINING IN SYDNEY. 
German swimming medal hopefuls Franziska van Almsick (L) talks to compatriot Sandra Voelker prior to the first training session of the German team in Sydney's aquatic center, September 12, 2000. Athletes from over 200 countries will take part in the XXVII Olympic games which start on Friday, September 15.

KP/JDP 
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10AG1 
September 12, 2000 
German swimming medal hopeful Sandra Voelker practises during the first training session of the German... 
Sydney, Australia 
GERMAN SWIM STAR SANDRA VOELKER DURING TRAINING IN SYDNEY. 
German swimming medal hopeful Sandra Voelker practises during the first training session of the German team in Sydney, September 12, 2000. Athletes from over 200 countries will take part in the XXVII Olympic games which start on September 15.

KP/JDP 
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10A50 
September 12, 2000 
German swimming medal hopeful Sandra Voelker (R) shares a joke with her coach Roland Eisele after arriving... 
Sydney, Australia 
GERMAN SWIMMER SANDRA VOELKER AND COACH ROLAND EISELE AT SYDNEYS AIRPORT. 
German swimming medal hopeful Sandra Voelker (R) shares a joke with her coach Roland Eisele after arriving with the German swim team at Sydney airport September 12, 2000. The XXVII Olympic games start on September and will see athletes from over 200 countries.

JOH/JDP 
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTR10A4Q 
September 12, 2000 
German swimming medal hopeful Sandra Voelker carries her luggage past two Australian policemen upon her... 
Sydney, Australia 
GERMAN SWIMMER SANDRA VOELKER UPON ARRIVAL AT SYDNEY AIRPORT. 
German swimming medal hopeful Sandra Voelker carries her luggage past two Australian policemen upon her arrival with the German swim team at Sydney airport September 12, 2000. The XXVII Olympic games start on September 15 and will see athletes from over 200 countries.

KP/JDP 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTRT3AM 
March 17, 2000 
German swimmer Sandra Voelker swims to first place in the 100 metres backstroke of the World Short-Course... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
GERMAN SWIMMER VOELKER WINS 100 METRES BACKSTROKE AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. 
German swimmer Sandra Voelker swims to first place in the 100 metres backstroke of the World Short-Course Championships at Athens' Olympic indoors swimming pool March 17.

YB/FMS 
SPORT-SWIMMING
RTR13FNS 
December 11, 1999 
German Sandra Voelker sprays water while looking at the score board after the 50 meters backstroke on... 
Jamor, Portugal (Portugese Republic) 
GERMAN SANDRA VOELKER SPRAYS WATER AFTER WINNING 50 M BACKSTROKE. 
German Sandra Voelker sprays water while looking at the score board after the 50 meters backstroke on the European Short Course Championships being held in Jamor pool December 11. Sandra Voelker set the first place in 27.31.

JR 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11ZRJ 
August 01, 1999 
The German 4x100-metre relay team (L to R) 50-metre backstroke world record holder Sandra Voelker, Silvia... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
GERMAN RELAY TEAM IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
The German 4x100-metre relay team (L to R) 50-metre backstroke world record holder Sandra Voelker, Silvia Pulfrich, Franziska Van Almsick and Katrin Meissner hold their silver medals August 1 after the final of 4x100-metre medley women event in the European Swimming championship in Istanbul. The Swedish team won the gold as British team was in the third position.

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SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11ZQ9 
August 01, 1999 
SPORT-SWIMMING:ISTANBUL, 1AUG99-World record holder Sandra Voelker (C) of Germany is flanked by silver... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
GERMAN SANDRA VOELKER WINS GOLD IN 50M BACKSTROKE EVENT AT THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
SPORT-SWIMMING:ISTANBUL, 1AUG99-World record holder Sandra Voelker (C) of Germany is flanked by silver winner Spain's Nina Jivanevskaia (R) and bronze holder Slovenian swimmer Metka Sparavec after her victory in the 50m backstroke women event in which she set a new world record in the European Swimming championship in Istanbul. Voelker set the world record in a time of 28.71 seconds.

FS/JRE 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11ZK0 
August 01, 1999 
Sandra Voelker of Germany waves to spectators as she celebrates her victory in the 50m women's backstroke... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
GERMAN SANDRA VOELKER WINS GOLD AT THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany waves to spectators as she celebrates her victory in the 50m women's backstroke event at the European Swimming Championships August 1. Voelker broke her own world record to win her second individual gold medal on the final day of the championships.

FS/FMS 
SPORTS
RTR11ZJW 
August 01, 1999 
Sandra Voelker of Germany shows her medal as she celebrates her victory in the 50m backstroke women event... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
GERMAN SANDRA VOELKER WINS GOLD IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany shows her medal as she celebrates her victory in the 50m backstroke women event in which she set a new world record in the European Swimming championship in Istanbul.

FS/JRE 
SPORTS
RTR11ZJT 
August 01, 1999 
Sandra Voelker of Germany celebrates her victory in the 50m backstroke women event in which she set a... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
GERMAN SANDRA VOELKER WINS GOLD IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany celebrates her victory in the 50m backstroke women event in which she set a new world record in the European Swimming championship in Istanbul.

FS/JRE 
SPORTS
RTR11YF8 
July 30, 1999 
Gold medalist Sandra Voelker of Germany swims during the womens 100-metre backstroke event July 30, in... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
SANDRA VOELKER OF GERMANY IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Gold medalist Sandra Voelker of Germany swims during the womens 100-metre backstroke event July 30, in the European Swimming championship in Istanbul. Voelker took gold in a time of 1:01.39. Zhivanevskaya of Spain took silver in a time of 1:01.98 and Romanian-born Maracineanu of France took bronze in a time of 1:02.47.

FS/AA 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11YF4 
July 30, 1999 
Sandra Voelker of Germany celebrates winning the gold medal in the 100-metre women's backstroke event... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
SANDRA VOELKER OF GERMANY CELEBRATES GOLD AT EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany celebrates winning the gold medal in the 100-metre women's backstroke event July 30 at the European Swimming championship in Istanbul.

FS 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11XD2 
July 28, 1999 
Sue Rolph (R) of Britain is all smiles with her gold medal as she is flanked by bronze medalist Sandra... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
WINNER OF 100M FREESTYLE ROLPH. 
Sue Rolph (R) of Britain is all smiles with her gold medal as she is flanked by bronze medalist Sandra Voelker (L) of Germany after the British swimmer won the final of 100m freestyle event in the 24th European Swimming Championship in Istanbul July 28. Rolph's time was 55.03, as Dutch swimmer won silver with a time of 55.24 and Sandra Voelker took the bronze with a time of 55.36.

FS/ME 
SPORTS
RTR11XCS 
July 28, 1999 
SPORTS-SWIMMING:ISTANBUL, 28JUL99-Sue Rolph (C) of the Great Britain is flanked by silver medalist Inge... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
WINNERS OF 100M FREESTYLE WOMEN FINAL IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
SPORTS-SWIMMING:ISTANBUL, 28JUL99-Sue Rolph (C) of the Great Britain is flanked by silver medalist Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands and bronze medalist Sandra Voelker of Germany as the three medalists show their awards after the British swimmer won the final of 100m freestyle event in the 24th European Swimming Championship in Istanbul July 28. Rolph finished in a time of 55.03, Dutch swimmer De Bruijn won silver with a time of 55.24 and Sandra Voelker took the bronze with a time of 55.36.

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SPORTS
RTR11XCA 
July 28, 1999 
Sue Rolph of the Great Britain gestures after winning the gold medal in the final of 100m freestyle event... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
BRITISH WINNER OF 100M WOMENS FREESTYLE FINAL ROLPH GESTURES AFTER RACE. 
Sue Rolph of the Great Britain gestures after winning the gold medal in the final of 100m freestyle event in the 24th European Swimming Championship in Istanbul July 28. Rolph finished in a time of 55.03 seconds, Dutch swimmer Inge De Bruijn won silver with a time of 55.24 seconds and Sandra Voelker of Germany took the bronze with a time of 55.36 seconds.

FS/AA 
SPORTS
RTR11WDV 
July 26, 1999 
German swimmers Franziska Van Almsick (center R), Antje Buschshulte (center L) Katrin Meissner (L), Sandra... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
GERMANS WINNING 4X100 RELAY FREESTYLE IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
German swimmers Franziska Van Almsick (center R), Antje Buschshulte (center L) Katrin Meissner (L), Sandra Voelker (R), wave their flags during the medal ceremony after winning the 4x100m relay freestyle women event in the 24th European Swimming Championship in Istanbul July 26.

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SPORT
RTR11WDL 
July 26, 1999 
Sandra Voelker (R) of Germany talks to Sue Rolph of the Great Britain after she helped to break the new... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
4X100 METRE RELAY FREESTYLE RECORD IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Sandra Voelker (R) of Germany talks to Sue Rolph of the Great Britain after she helped to break the new championship record with a time of 3:40.87 in the 4x100 meter relay freestyle swimming event in the 24th European Swimming Championship in Istanbul July 26.

FS 
SPORT
RTR11WD8 
July 26, 1999 
Germany's Sandra Voelker (R) is embraced by an unidentified swimmer after she helped to break the new... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
4X100 METRE RELAY FREESTYLE RECORD IN THE EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Germany's Sandra Voelker (R) is embraced by an unidentified swimmer after she helped to break the new championship record with a time of 3:40.87 in the 4x100 meter relay freestyle swimming event in the 24th European Swimming Championship in Istanbul July 26.

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SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11W9V 
July 26, 1999 
German swimmers Franziska Van Almsick (2L), Katrin Meissner (2R), Sandra Voelker (L) and Antje Buschshulte... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
GERMANS WIN 4X100 RELAY FREESTYLE. 
German swimmers Franziska Van Almsick (2L), Katrin Meissner (2R), Sandra Voelker (L) and Antje Buschshulte show their gold medals after winning the 4x100metres relay freestyle event at the 24th European Swimming Championships in Istanbul July 26.

FS/KM 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11T5W 
July 19, 1999 
German swimmer Sandra Voelker checks her luggage in Frankfurt July 19. The German national swimming team... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
GERMAN SWIMMER SANDRA VOELKER CHECKS HER LUGGAGE IN FRANKFURT. 
German swimmer Sandra Voelker checks her luggage in Frankfurt July 19. The German national swimming team leaves Frankfurt on Tuesday for the European Swimming Championships in Istanbul from July 22 to August 1.

ROR/CLH/ 
SPORT SWIMMING
RTR11T5R 
July 19, 1999 
German swimmers Sandra Voelker (L) and Franziska van Almsick posing for photographers while joking with... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
GERMAN SWIMMERS SANDRA VOELKER AND FRANZISKA VAN ALMSICK JOKE WITH TOYS IN FRANKFURT. 
German swimmers Sandra Voelker (L) and Franziska van Almsick posing for photographers while joking with plastic toys in Frankfurt July 19. The German national swimming team leaves Frankfurt on Tuesday for the European Swimming Championships in Istanbul from July 22 to August 1.

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May 27, 1999 
Sandra Voelker swims at a women's 100 metre freestyle event at Germany's 111th swimming championships... 
Leipzig, Germany 
SANDRA VOELKER SWIMS IN LEIPZIG. 
Sandra Voelker swims at a women's 100 metre freestyle event at Germany's 111th swimming championships in Leipzig May 27. Voelker won with a time of 55.55 seconds.

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May 27, 1999 
Sandra Voelker celebrates after a women's 100 metre freestyle race at Germany's 111th swimming championships... 
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SANDRA VOELKER CELEBRATES AT SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN LEIPZIG. 
Sandra Voelker celebrates after a women's 100 metre freestyle race at Germany's 111th swimming championships in Leipzig May 27. Voelker won in a time of 55.55 seconds.

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May 27, 1999 
Sandra Voelker cools off after a women's 100 metre freestyle qualifying at Germany's 111th swimming championships... 
Leipzig, Germany 
SANDRA VOELKER COOLS OFF AT SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN LEIPZIG. 
Sandra Voelker cools off after a women's 100 metre freestyle qualifying at Germany's 111th swimming championships in Leipzig May 27. Voelker qualified in a time of 56.44 seconds.

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April 03, 1999 
Sandra Voelker of Germany celebrates after breaking the championship record in the women's 50-metres... 
Hong Kong, China 
VOELKER OF GERMANY CELEBRATES IN HONG KONG. 
Sandra Voelker of Germany celebrates after breaking the championship record in the women's 50-metres backstroke final at the 4th World Short-Course Swimming Championships in Hong Kong April 3. Voelker won in a time of 27.63 seconds.

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January 19, 1998 
Germany's Sandra Voelker (L) congratulates the Amy Van Dyken (R) of the United States after the women's... 
Australia 
SANDRA VOELKER CONGRATULATES AMY VAN DYKEN IN PERTH 
Germany's Sandra Voelker (L) congratulates the Amy Van Dyken (R) of the United States after the women's 50m freestyle final at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. Van Dyken won the gold medal with Voelker winning the silver and Shan Ying from China taking the bronze.

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January 18, 1998 
Germany's Sandra Voelker (L), United States Amy Van Dyken (C) and China's Shan Ying pose with their medals... 
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MEDALLIST'S FOR THE WOMEN'S 50M FREESTYLE POSE ON THE PODIUM IN PERTH 
Germany's Sandra Voelker (L), United States Amy Van Dyken (C) and China's Shan Ying pose with their medals for the women's 50 metres freestyle final at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. Van Dyken won the gold medal with a time of 25.15 seconds. Voelker took silver in 25.32 seconds and Shan took bronze in 25.36 seconds.

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January 18, 1998 
Amy Van Dyken from the United States reacts to a friend in the crowd after the final of the women's 50m... 
Australia 
USA'S AMY VAN DYKEN REACTS AFTER WINNING 50M FREESTYLE FINAL IN PERTH 
Amy Van Dyken from the United States reacts to a friend in the crowd after the final of the women's 50m freestyle at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. Van Dyken won the gold medal with a time of 25.15 seconds. Germany's Sandra Voelker took silver in 25.32 seconds and China's Shan Ying took bronze in 25.36 seconds.

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January 18, 1998 
Amy Van Dyken from the United States waves to a friend in the crowd after the final of the women's 50... 
Australia 
USA'S AMY VAN DYKEN REACTS AFTER 50M FREESTYLE FINAL IN PERTH 
Amy Van Dyken from the United States waves to a friend in the crowd after the final of the women's 50 metre freestyle at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. Van Dyken won the gold medal with a time of 25.15 seconds. Germany's Sandra Voelker took silver in 25.32 seconds and China's Shan Ying took bronze in 25.36 seconds.

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January 18, 1998 
Amy Van Dyken of the United States celebrates after the final of the women's 50m freestyle at the 8th... 
Australia 
AMY VAN DYKEN CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING THE 50M FREESTYLE 
Amy Van Dyken of the United States celebrates after the final of the women's 50m freestyle at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. Van Dyken won the gold medal with a time of 25.15 seconds. Germany's Sandra Voelker took silver in 25.32 seconds and China's Shan Ying took bronze in 25.36 seconds.

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January 14, 1998 
Swimmers (from top) Elli Overton from Australia, Fabiola Molina from Brazil, Roxanna Maracineanu from... 
Swimmers (from top) Elli Overton from Australia, Fabiola Molina from Brazil, Roxanna Maracineanu fro..... 
Swimmers (from top) Elli Overton from Australia, Fabiola Molina from Brazil, Roxanna Maracineanu from France, Mai Nakamura from Japan, Sandra Voelker from Germany and Yulia Fomenko from Russia dive for the start of heat four in the Women's backstroke during the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 14. [Lea Maurer of the USA qualified fastest, followed by Japan's Mai Nakamura and Germany's Antje Buschschulte]. 
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January 14, 1998 
Japan's Mai Nakamura waves to the crowd with a fan painted with the Japanese flag after she received... 
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JAPAN'S MAI NAKAMURA WAVES AFTER RECEIVING THE SILVER MEDAL FOR 100 METRES BACKSTROKE IN PERTH 
Japan's Mai Nakamura waves to the crowd with a fan painted with the Japanese flag after she received her silver medal for finishing second in the 100 metres backstroke final at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 14. Lea Maurer of the USA won the gold, with Germany's Sandra Voelker winning the bronze.

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January 14, 1998 
Swimmers (from top) Elli Overton from Australia, Fabiola Molina from Brazil, Roxanna Maracineanu from... 
Australia 
SWIMMERS DIVE AT START OF THE WOMEN'S 100 METRE BACKSTROKE HEAT IN PERTH 
Swimmers (from top) Elli Overton from Australia, Fabiola Molina from Brazil, Roxanna Maracineanu from France, Mai Nakamura from Japan, Sandra Voelker from Germany and Yulia Fomenko from Russia dive for the start of heat four in the Women's backstroke during the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 14. Lea Maurer of the USA qualified fastest, followed by Japan's Mai Nakamura and Germany's Antje Buschschulte.

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January 13, 1998 
Germany's Sandra Voelker dives into the Challenge Stadium pool at the start of her heat for the Women's... 
Germany's Sandra Voelker dives into the Challenge Stadium pool at the start of her heat for the Wome..... 
Germany's Sandra Voelker dives into the Challenge Stadium pool at the start of her heat for the Women's 100 metre freestyle at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 12. Voelker qualified for the final, finishing fifth, with the gold medal won by [Jenny Thompson from the USA.] 
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January 13, 1998 
Germany's Sandra Voelker dives into the Challenge Stadium pool at the start of her heat for the Women's... 
Australia 
GERMAN SWIMMER SANDRA VOELKER DIVES INTO POOL DURING HEAT IN PERTH 
Germany's Sandra Voelker dives into the Challenge Stadium pool at the start of her heat for the Women's 100 metre freestyle at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 12. Voelker qualified for the final, finishing fifth, with the gold medal won by Jenny Thompson from the USA.

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