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UGANDA/
RTX14H51
October 19, 2013
Men carry rafts and kayaks used during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja...
Jinja, Uganda
Men carry rafts and kayaks used during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja...
Men carry rafts and kayaks used during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
UGANDA/
RTX14H4Z
October 19, 2013
Tourists fall off their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja...
Jinja, Uganda
Tourists fall off their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja...
Tourists fall off their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
UGANDA/
RTX14H4Y
October 19, 2013
People watch tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile...
Jinja, Uganda
People watch tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile...
People watch tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
UGANDA/
RTX14H4R
October 19, 2013
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district,...
Jinja, Uganda
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district...
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
UGANDA/
RTX14H4Q
October 19, 2013
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district,...
Jinja, Uganda
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district...
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
UGANDA/
RTX14H4P
October 19, 2013
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district,...
Jinja, Uganda
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district...
Tourists paddle their raft during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
UGANDA/
RTX14H4O
October 19, 2013
Kayakers paddle past tourists seated on a raft dduring white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River...
Jinja, Uganda
Kayakers paddle past tourists seated on a raft dduring white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River...
Kayakers paddle past tourists seated on a raft dduring white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
UGANDA/
RTX14H4N
October 19, 2013
A kayaker paddles past tourists seated on rafts during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River...
Jinja, Uganda
A kayaker paddles past tourists seated on rafts during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River...
A kayaker paddles past tourists seated on rafts during white water rafting at Itanda falls on the River Nile near Jinja district, 109km (68 miles) east of the Ugandan capital of Kampala, October 19, 2013. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ARGENTINA/
RTR3DEBG
February 06, 2013
Tourists paddle through the waters of the Rio Mendoza in the Potrerillos district, a mountain resort,...
Mendoza, Argentina
Tourists paddle through the waters of the Rio Mendoza in the Potrerillos district of the Andean Argentine...
Tourists paddle through the waters of the Rio Mendoza in the Potrerillos district, a mountain resort, about 1,300 meters (4,265 feet) above sea level of the Andean Argentine province of Mendoza February 5, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
RAFTING/
RTR2SHL6
October 10, 2011
The Belgian rafting team runs the rapids in the downriver competition at the Costa Rica 2011 World Rafting...
TURRIALBA, Costa Rica
The Belgian rafting team runs the rapids in the downriver competition at the Costa Rica 2011 World Rafting...
The Belgian rafting team runs the rapids in the downriver competition at the Costa Rica 2011 World Rafting Championships, in the Pacuare river in Turrialba, 80 km (50 miles) east of San Jose, October 10, 2011. Thirty-two countries are taking part in the World Rafting Championships. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: SPORT)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXS96E
August 15, 2010
Philippine Congressman and world boxing champion Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao (front) tries out a white-water...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine Congressman and world boxing champion Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao tries out a white-water rafting...
Philippine Congressman and world boxing champion Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao (front) tries out a white-water rafting adventure over a 1.6 km (1 mile) stretch to help promote tourism in his district in New La Union in Maitum town, Sarangani province, in southern Philippines August 14, 2010. Picture taken August 14. REUTERS/Aquiles Zonio (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BOSNIA/
RTXI972
May 17, 2009
Competitors speed down the Vrbas river near Banja Luka as they practice their sprint run ahead of the...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Competitors speed down as they practice their sprint run ahead of World Rafting Championships in Banja...
Competitors speed down the Vrbas river near Banja Luka as they practice their sprint run ahead of the World Rafting Championships May 17, 2009. The championship starts on Monday in the town of Banja Luka with 55 teams from 35 countries participating. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA SPORT)
BOSNIA/
RTXI95M
May 17, 2009
Germany's women's rafting team prepare to practice their slalom run down the Vrbas river near Banja Luka...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Germany's women's rafting team prepare to practice ahead of World Rafting Championships in Banja Luka...
Germany's women's rafting team prepare to practice their slalom run down the Vrbas river near Banja Luka ahead of the World Rafting Championships May 17, 2009. The championship starts on Monday in the town of Banja Luka with 55 teams from 35 countries participating. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA SPORT)
INDIA/
RTR1P2CR
April 26, 2007
Tourists participate in white water rafting in the Chenab River in Thathri, 200 km (125 miles) north...
Jammu, India
Tourists participate in white water rafting in the Chenab River in Thathri
Tourists participate in white water rafting in the Chenab River in Thathri, 200 km (125 miles) north of the northern Indian city of Jammu April 26, 2007. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1P2CQ
April 26, 2007
Tourists participate in white water rafting in the Chenab River in Thathri, 200 km (125 miles) north...
Jammu, India
Tourists participate in white water rafting in the Chenab River in Thathri
Tourists participate in white water rafting in the Chenab River in Thathri, 200 km (125 miles) north of the northern Indian city of Jammu, April 26, 2007. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
SRI LANKA
RTR17H4Y
March 21, 2006
Tourists enjoy white water rafting as a Sri Lankan man carries a rubber tube on the banks of the Kelaniya...
KITULGALA, Sri Lanka
Tourists enjoy white water rafting as Sri Lankan man carries rubber tube on banks of Kelaniya river
Tourists enjoy white water rafting as a Sri Lankan man carries a rubber tube on the banks of the Kelaniya river, the 2nd largest river in island, Kitulgala, Sri Lanka March 21, 2006. Each year, a different United Nations (UN) agency is selected to coordinate events surrounding World Water Day (WWD) around the world, and a different theme is chosen to reflect the many facts of freshwater resources. World Water Day, March 22, 2006, will be coordinated by United Nations Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), under the theme "Water and Culture". REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
UGANDA TOURISM
RTRKGA6
July 21, 2005
George Kaganda, a Ugandan barman, is seen at a lodge overlooking one of the Bunyaruguru crater lakes...
Bunyaruguru, Uganda
To accompany feature Uganda Tourism.
George Kaganda, a Ugandan barman, is seen at a lodge overlooking one of the Bunyaruguru crater lakes in the west of the country July 21,2005. With attractions such as gorilla tracking and white-water rafting, tourism is now beating fish and coffee as the country's top foreign exchange earner, and the government is increasingly beginning to rely on it too. It wants to develop alternatives to big game safaris and gorilla tracking holidays to boost growing numbers of visitors. But violence in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo and at home pose significant challenges to building the sector in the country once dubbed the Pearl of Africa. Picutre taken July 21, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE UGANDA TOURISM REUTERS /Daniel Wallis
UGANDA TOURISM
RTRKGV7
July 07, 2005
A Ugandan worker thatches a roof at Ndali lodge, overlooking the Bunyaruguru crater lakes, near Fort...
Fort Portal, Uganda
A Ugandan worker thatches a roof at Ndali lodge near Fort Portal town in western Uganda.
A Ugandan worker thatches a roof at Ndali lodge, overlooking the Bunyaruguru crater lakes, near Fort Portal town in western Uganda July 7, 2005. With attractions such as gorilla tracking and white-water rafting, tourism is now beating fish and coffee as the country's top foreign exchange earner, and the government is increasingly beginning to rely on it too. It wants to develop alternatives to big game safaris and gorilla tracking holidays to boost growing numbers of visitors. But violence in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo and at home pose significant challenges to building the sector in the country once dubbed the Pearl of Africa. Picture taken on July 7, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel Wallis DW/RSS/AN/DH
ZAMBIA
RTXMYOL
October 09, 2004
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South...
Livingstone, Zambia
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and .....
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's Rhodes and Rand Afrikaans Universities in a 300 metre raft race on the Zambezi River on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls October 9, 2004. [The Zambian edged Cambridge to win the race during the regatta which celebrates 100 years of water sports on the southern African river.]
ZAMBIA
RTXMYOK
October 09, 2004
Zambian white water rafting crews race against Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian white water rafting crews race against Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South A.....
Zambian white water rafting crews race against Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's Rhodes and Rand Afrikaans Universities in a 300 metre raft race on the Zambezi River on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls October 9, 2004. [The Zambian edged Cambridge to the the race during the regatta which celebrates 100 years of water sports on the southern African river.]
SPORT
RTRY7I3
October 09, 2004
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrate beating Britain's university rowing teams of Oxford and...
Livingstone, Zambia
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrate beating Britain's university rowing teams of Oxford and...
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrate beating Britain's university rowing teams of Oxford and Cambridge and two South African teams. A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's Rhodes and Rand Afrikaans Universities in a 300 metre raft race on the Zambezi River on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls October 9, 2004. The Zambian edged Cambridge to win the race during the regatta which celebrates 100 years of water sports on the southern African river. REUTERS/Howard Burditt REUTERS
RAFTING
RTXKPHF
August 18, 2001
An action of white water rafting, a big hit in "Moby Dick" in Villeneuve on the Dora Baltea River in...
Villeneuve, Italy
An action of white water rafting, a big hit in "Moby Dick" in Villeneuve on the Dora Baltea River in.....
An action of white water rafting, a big hit in "Moby Dick" in Villeneuve on the Dora Baltea River in northern Italy, Aosta Valley August 18, 2001. Rafting and kayaking is a fast growing sport in many countries in the world. The Italian people and many tourists come to northern Italy for rafting and kayaking during their holidays.
CHRETIEN
RTXJVZ9
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles his way through the white-water rapids while rafting...
FORESTERS FALLS, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles his way through the white-water rapids while rafti.....
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles his way through the white-water rapids while rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls, Ontario, July 27, 2000. The 66-year-old prime minister used the event to show off his vigor in the face of a challenge from a political rival 17 years younger than himself.
CANADA POLITICS
RTR9A9C
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, August 21, 2002, bowed to
pressure from his ruling Liberal Party,...
Chicoutimi, Canada
FILE PHOTO OF CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN WHITE WATER RAFTING.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, August 21, 2002, bowed to
pressure from his ruling Liberal Party, and announced unexpectedly that
he would resign in February of 2004. Chretien is shown white-water
rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls, Ontario, in this file
image from July 27, 2000. REUTERS/Jim Young/File

AC
CANADA CHRETIEN
RTR6QC8
July 27, 2000
File photo of Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien paddling through a
wave while white-water rafting...
Foresters Falls, Ontario, Canada
JEAN CHRETIEN TO RESIGN AS CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER.
File photo of Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien paddling through a
wave while white-water rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls,
Ontario, July 27, 2000. Chretien will retire on December 12, 2003 after
40 years in politics, 10 of those as prime minister. REUTERS/Jim Young
REUTERS

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CANADA CHRETIEN
RTR6Q9G
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (2-FRONT) and boaters paddle their way through the rapids while...
Foresters Falls, Ontario, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN AND BOATERS WHITE WATER RAFTING.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (2-FRONT) and boaters paddle their way through the rapids while white-water rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls, Ontario, July 27, 2000. The 66-year-old prime minister used the event to show off his vigor in the face of a challenge from a political rival 17 years younger than himself.

JY/RCS
CANADA CHRETIEN
RTR6Q99
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien paddles through wave while white-water rafting on the Ottawa River...
Foresters Falls, Ontario, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN PADDLES THROUGH WHITE WATER WAVE.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien paddles through wave while white-water rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls, Ontario, July 27, 2000. The 66-year-old prime minister used the event to show off his vigor in the face of a challenge from a political rival 17 years younger than himself.

JY/RCS
CANADA CHRETIEN
RTR6Q95
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (2-FRONT) and his fellow boaters ride a wave while white-water...
Foresters Falls, Ontario, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN AND BOATERS WHITE WATER RAFTING.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (2-FRONT) and his fellow boaters ride a wave while white-water rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls, Ontario, July 27, 2000. The 66-year-old prime minister used the event to show off his vigor in the face of a challenge from a political rival 17 years younger than himself.

JY/RCS
CANADA CHRETIEN
RTR6Q8Z
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles down the Ottawa River while white-water rafting in...
Foresters Falls, Ontario, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN PADDLES DOWN RIVER WHILE WHITE WATER RAFTING.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles down the Ottawa River while white-water rafting in Foresters Falls, Ontario, July 27, 2000. The 66-year-old prime minister used the event to show off his vigor in the face of a challenge from a political rival 17 years younger than himself.

JY/RCS
CANADA CHRETIEN
RTR6Q8T
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles his way through the white-water rapids while rafting...
Foresters Falls, Ontario, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN PADDLES HIS WAY THROUGH WHITE WATER RAPIDS.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles his way through the white-water rapids while rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls, Ontario, July 27, 2000. The 66-year-old prime minister used the event to show off his vigor in the face of a challenge from a political rival 17 years younger than himself.

JY/RCS
CANADA CHRETIEN
RTR6Q78
July 27, 2000
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles his way through the rapids while white-water rafting...
Foresters Falls, Ontario, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN PADDLES HIS WAY THROUGH RAPIDS.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (C) paddles his way through the rapids while white-water rafting on the Ottawa River in Foresters Falls, Ontario, July 27, 2000. The 66-year-old prime minister used the event to show off his vigor in the face of a challenge from a political rival 17 years younger than himself.

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