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AUSTRALIA-POWER/SMELTERS
RTSZPSE
February 21, 2017
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks behind an electricity pole in Wollongong, south of Sydney,...
Wollongong, Australia
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks behind an electricity pole in Wollongong
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks behind an electricity pole in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, February 21, 2017. Picture taken February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-POWER/SMELTERS
RTSZPSD
February 21, 2017
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks behind an electricity pole in Wollongong, south of Sydney,...
Wollongong, Australia
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks behind an electricity pole in Wollongong
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks behind an electricity pole in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, February 21, 2017. Picture taken February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-POWER/SMELTERS
RTSZPSC
February 21, 2017
The Port Kembla steelworks are pictured from the air in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, December...
Wollongong, Australia
The Port Kembla steelworks are pictured from the air in Wollongong, south of Sydney
The Port Kembla steelworks are pictured from the air in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, December 17, 2016. Picture taken December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-POWER/SMELTERS
RTSZPS1
February 21, 2017
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, February 21,...
Wollongong, Australia
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks in Wollongong
A cloud rises from the Port Kembla steelworks in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, February 21, 2017. Picture taken February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-POWER/SMELTERS
RTSZPS0
February 21, 2017
The Port Kembla steelworks are pictured from the air in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, December...
Wollongong, Australia
The Port Kembla steelworks are pictured from the air in Wollongong, south of Sydney
The Port Kembla steelworks are pictured from the air in Wollongong, south of Sydney, Australia, December 17, 2016. Picture taken December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEXM
December 17, 2016
Tandem skydivers Stuart Smith (R) and Sebastian Terry hug after they landed on a beach as 155 skydives...
Wollongong, Australia
Tandem skydivers Stuart Smith (R) and Sebastian Terry hug after they landed on a beach as 155 skydives...
Tandem skydivers Stuart Smith (R) and Sebastian Terry hug after they landed on a beach as 155 skydives sets a new Guinness World Record number tandem skydivers over eight hours in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEXL
December 17, 2016
Tandem skydiver Stuart Smith reacts in a Santa Suit after he and Kip Frost (R) landed on a beach as...
Wollongong, Australia
Tandem skydiver Stuart Smith reacts in a Santa Suit after he and Kip Frost (R) landed on a beach as...
Tandem skydiver Stuart Smith reacts in a Santa Suit after he and Kip Frost (R) landed on a beach as 155 skydives breaks the Guinness World Record number of tandem skydivers over eight hours in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEXJ
December 17, 2016
Tandem skydivers Sebastian Terry (in Santa suit) and Luke Biggs land on a beach after being guided in...
Wollongong, Australia
Tandem skydivers Sebastian Terry (in Santa suit) and Luke Biggs land on a beach after being guided in...
Tandem skydivers Sebastian Terry (in Santa suit) and Luke Biggs land on a beach after being guided in by Skydive Australia CEO Anthony Boucaut (L) as 155 skydives sets the new Guinness World Record number of tandem skydivers over eight hours in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEXH
December 17, 2016
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits react after landing as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness...
Wollongong, Australia
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits react after landing as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness...
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits react after landing as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness World Record number of jumps over eight hours, in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEXG
December 17, 2016
Tandem skydivers Sebastian Terry (in Santa suit) and Luke Biggs land on a beach as 155 tandem skydives...
Wollongong, Australia
Tandem skydivers Sebastian Terry (in Santa suit) and Luke Biggs land on a beach as 155 tandem skydives...
Tandem skydivers Sebastian Terry (in Santa suit) and Luke Biggs land on a beach as 155 tandem skydives breaks the Guinness World Record number of tandem skydivers over eight hours in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEXD
December 17, 2016
Tandem skydivers Stuart Smith (Santa Suit) and Kip Frost land on a beach as 155 skydivers break the Guinness...
Wollongong, Australia
Tandem skydivers Stuart Smith (Santa Suit) and Kip Frost land on a beach as 155 skydivers break the Guinness...
Tandem skydivers Stuart Smith (Santa Suit) and Kip Frost land on a beach as 155 skydivers break the Guinness World Record number of tandem skydivers over eight hours, in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEWV
December 17, 2016
A tandem skydivers dressed in a Santa Claus outfit lands as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness World...
Wollongong, Australia
A tandem skydivers dressed in a Santa Claus outfit lands as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness World...
A tandem skydivers dressed in a Santa Claus outfit lands as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness World Record over eight hours in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEWT
December 17, 2016
Tandem skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits fly over the Australian city of Wollongong as 155 tandem...
Wollongong, Australia
Tandem skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits fly over the Australian city of Wollongong as 155 tandem...
Tandem skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits fly over the Australian city of Wollongong as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness World Record over eight hours, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEWR
December 17, 2016
A skydiver dressed in a Santa Claus outfit tandem-jumps with a professional skydiver on the way to 155...
Wollongong, Australia
A skydiver dressed in a Santa Claus outfit tandem-jumps with a professional skydiver on the way to 155...
A skydiver dressed in a Santa Claus outfit tandem-jumps with a professional skydiver on the way to 155 tandem skydivers setting a new Guinness World Record over eight hours, in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEWQ
December 17, 2016
A skydiver dressed as Santa Claus prepares to leap out of a plane as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness...
Wollongong, Australia
A skydiver dressed as Santa Claus prepares to leap out of a plane as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness...
A skydiver dressed as Santa Claus prepares to leap out of a plane as 155 tandem skydivers set a new Guinness World Record over eight hours, over the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEWP
December 17, 2016
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits board an aircraft on their way to setting a new Guinness World...
Wollongong, Australia
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits board an aircraft on their way to setting a new Guinness World...
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits board an aircraft on their way to setting a new Guinness World Record number of 155 tandem skydives over an eight hour period, in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEWM
December 17, 2016
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits rehearse their procedure before breaking the Guinness World...
Wollongong, Australia
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits rehearse their procedure before breaking the Guinness World...
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits rehearse their procedure before breaking the Guinness World Record number of tandem skydives over eight hours, setting a new record of 155 skydives, in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/AUSTRALIA
RTX2VEWL
December 17, 2016
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits rehearse the landing posture before 155 tandem skydivers broke...
Wollongong, Australia
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits rehearse the landing posture before 155 tandem skydivers broke...
Skydivers dressed in Santa Claus outfits rehearse the landing posture before 155 tandem skydivers broke the Guinness World Record for the number of tandem skydives over eight hours, in the Australian city of Wollongong, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-CARBON/
RTXEPEX
May 04, 2009
People drive past a solar powered traffic sign near Wollongong, 89 km (55 miles) south Sydney May 4,...
Wollongong, Australia
People drive past a solar powered traffic sign near Wollongong
People drive past a solar powered traffic sign near Wollongong, 89 km (55 miles) south Sydney May 4, 2009. Australia's government announced a one-year delay to its carbon emissions trading scheme on Monday, promising more support to big industry but opening the door to a tougher 2020 target in a bid to win its approval. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-CARBON/
RTXEPEV
May 04, 2009
Emissions are released from a factory chimney behind several power lines at an industrial park in Wollongong,...
Wollongong, Australia
Emissions are released from a factory chimney behind several power lines at an industrial park in Wollongong...
Emissions are released from a factory chimney behind several power lines at an industrial park in Wollongong, 89 km (55 miles) south Sydney May 4, 2009. Australia's government announced a one-year delay to its carbon emissions trading scheme on Monday, promising more support to big industry but opening the door to a tougher 2020 target in a bid to win its approval. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-CARBON/
RTXEPEK
May 04, 2009
Emissions are released from a factory chimney at an industrial park in Wollongong, 89 km (55 miles) south...
Wollongong, Australia
Emissions are released from a factory chimney at an industrial park in Wollongong
Emissions are released from a factory chimney at an industrial park in Wollongong, 89 km (55 miles) south Sydney May 4, 2009. Australia's government announced a one-year delay to its carbon emissions trading scheme on Monday, promising more support to big industry but opening the door to a tougher 2020 target in a bid to win its approval. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
RTXAPFQ
November 18, 2008
Krystle Kelley talks with her boyfriend Damien Clout in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred...
Wollongong, Australia
To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
Krystle Kelley talks with her boyfriend Damien Clout in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred face, slashed by an angry drunk woman with a broken glass, is the face of Australia's alcohol-fuelled wave of violence. Picture taken November 14, 2008. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/ REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
RTXAPFO
November 18, 2008
Krystle Kelley smiles during a Reuters interview in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred face,...
Wollongong, Australia
To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
Krystle Kelley smiles during a Reuters interview in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred face, slashed by an angry drunk woman with a broken glass, is the face of Australia's alcohol-fuelled wave of violence. Picture taken November 14, 2008. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/ REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
RTXAPFN
November 18, 2008
Krystle Kelley speaks during a Reuters interview in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred face,...
Wollongong, Australia
To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
Krystle Kelley speaks during a Reuters interview in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred face, slashed by an angry drunk woman with a broken glass, is the face of Australia's alcohol-fuelled wave of violence. Picture taken November 14, 2008. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/ REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
RTXAPFM
November 18, 2008
Krystle Kelley walks with her boyfriend Damien Clout in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred...
Wollongong, Australia
To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/
Krystle Kelley walks with her boyfriend Damien Clout in Wollongong November 14, 2008. Kelley's scarred face, slashed by an angry drunk woman with a broken glass, is the face of Australia's alcohol-fuelled wave of violence. Picture taken November 14, 2008. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ALCOHOL/VIOLENCE/ REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4OB
November 01, 2008
France's Jared Taylor evades a tackle by Malakia Tuiloa (18) and Wes Naiqama of Fiji during their 2008...
Wollongong, Australia
France's Taylor evades a tackle by Tuiloa and Naiqama of Fiji during their 2008 Rugby League World Cup...
France's Jared Taylor evades a tackle by Malakia Tuiloa (18) and Wes Naiqama of Fiji during their 2008 Rugby League World Cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4O7
November 01, 2008
Fiji's Semi Tadulala (C) is tackled by France's Dmitri Pelo (L), Sebastian Raguin (2nd R) and Laurent...
Wollongong, Australia
Fiji's Tadulala is tackled by Pelo, Raguin and Carrasco of France in Wollongong
Fiji's Semi Tadulala (C) is tackled by France's Dmitri Pelo (L), Sebastian Raguin (2nd R) and Laurent Carrasco (3rd L) during their 2008 Rugby League World Cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4NW
November 01, 2008
Fiji's Aaron Groom (C) is tackled by France's Remi Casty (L) and Teddy Sadaoui during their 2008 Rugby...
Wollongong, Australia
Fiji's Groom is tackled by France's Casty and Sadaoui during their 2008 Rugby League World Cup match...
Fiji's Aaron Groom (C) is tackled by France's Remi Casty (L) and Teddy Sadaoui during their 2008 Rugby League World Cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4NO
November 01, 2008
Fiji's Semisi Tora smiles after scoring a try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup...
Wollongong, Australia
Fiji's Tora smiles after scoring try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in...
Fiji's Semisi Tora smiles after scoring a try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4NN
November 01, 2008
Fiji's Semisi Tora dives to score a try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match...
Wollongong, Australia
Fiji's Tora dives to score try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Wollongong...
Fiji's Semisi Tora dives to score a try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4NM
November 01, 2008
Fiji's Semisi Tora dives to score a try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match...
Wollongong, Australia
Fiji's Tora dives to score try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Wollongong...
Fiji's Semisi Tora dives to score a try against France during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4MT
November 01, 2008
Spectators look at two Australian Air Force planes before the start of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup...
Wollongong, Australia
Spectators look at two Australian Air Force planes before the start of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup...
Spectators look at two Australian Air Force planes before the start of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup match between France and Fiji in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4MP
November 01, 2008
Spectators look at two Australian Air Force planes before the start of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup...
Wollongong, Australia
Spectators look at two Australian Air Force planes before the start of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup...
Spectators look at two Australian Air Force planes before the start of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup match between France and Fiji in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4MO
November 01, 2008
France's John Wilson (C) scores a try while tackled by Fiji's Semi Tadulala (top) and Jarryd Hayne during...
Wollongong, Australia
France's Wilson scores a try while tackled by Fiji's Tadulala and Hayne during their 2008 Rugby League...
France's John Wilson (C) scores a try while tackled by Fiji's Semi Tadulala (top) and Jarryd Hayne during their 2008 Rugby League World Cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXA4MN
November 01, 2008
France's Dmitri Pelo (C) is tackled by Fiji's Aaron Groom (R) and Sevanai Koroi during their 2008 Rugby...
Wollongong, Australia
France's Pelo is tackled by Fiji's Groom and Koroi during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in...
France's Dmitri Pelo (C) is tackled by Fiji's Aaron Groom (R) and Sevanai Koroi during their 2008 Rugby League World Cup match in Wollongong November 1, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ7AC
October 31, 2003
GROSS FROM THE USA GRABS TEAM-MATE HODGES BY THE JERSEY DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST FRANCE...
Wollongong, Australia
GROSS FROM THE USA GRABS TEAM-MATE HODGES BY THE JERSEY DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST ...
GROSS FROM THE USA GRABS TEAM-MATE HODGES BY THE JERSEY DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST FRANCE IN WOLLONGONG.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ7A9
October 31, 2003
SEBASTIAN CHABEL FROM FRANCE WALKS OFF THE FIELD AFTER BEING GIVEN A
YELLOW CARD DURING THE WORLD CUP...
Wollongong, Australia
SEBASTIAN CHABEL FROM FRANCE WALKS OFF THE FIELD AFTER BEING GIVEN A
YELLOW CARD DURING THE WORLD ......
SEBASTIAN CHABEL FROM FRANCE WALKS OFF THE FIELD AFTER BEING GIVEN A
YELLOW CARD DURING THE WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST USA IN WOLLONGONG.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ7A0
October 31, 2003
Sebastien Chabel (L) from France grabs the ball in a line-out as Kort
Schubert from the USA falls away...
Wollongong, Australia
CHABEL FROM FRANCE GRABS THE BALL DURING THE WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST
USA IN WOLLONGONG.
Sebastien Chabel (L) from France grabs the ball in a line-out as Kort
Schubert from the USA falls away during their Rugby World Cup game at
Wollongong Stadium, located 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of Sydney
October 31, 2003. Twenty nations are competing in the six-week
tournament for the Web Ellis trophy. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/TW
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ79S
October 31, 2003
Kort Schubert from the USA runs with the ball during the Rugby World
Cup game against France at Wollongong...
Wollongong, Australia
SCHUBERT FROM THE USA RUNS WITH THE BALL DURING WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST
FRANCE IN WOLLONGONG.
Kort Schubert from the USA runs with the ball during the Rugby World
Cup game against France at Wollongong Stadium, located 80 kilometres
(50 miles) south of Sydney October 31, 2003. Twenty nations are
competing in the six-week tournament for the Web Ellis trophy.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/TW
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ799
October 31, 2003
POITRENAUD FROM FRANCE AVOIDS THE TACKLE OF PARKER FROM THE USA DURING
THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGONG....
Wollongong, Australia
POITRENAUD FROM FRANCE AVOIDS THE TACKLE OF PARKER FROM THE USA DURING
THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH IN ...
POITRENAUD FROM FRANCE AVOIDS THE TACKLE OF PARKER FROM THE USA DURING
THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGONG.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ794
October 31, 2003
David Fee (L) from the USA tries to stop Brian Liebenberg from France
diving over to score a try during...
Wollongong, Australia
LIEBENBERG FROM FRANCE DIVES OVER TO SCORE TRY DURING WORLD CUP MATCH
AGAINST USA IN WOLLONGONG.
David Fee (L) from the USA tries to stop Brian Liebenberg from France
diving over to score a try during their Rugby World Cup game at
Wollongong Stadium, located 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of Sydney
October 31, 2003. Twenty nations are competing in the six-week
tournament for the Web Ellis trophy. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/TW
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ78K
October 31, 2003
TEAM USA SUPPORTER WEARING WATCHES HIS TEAM WARM-UP BEFORE THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH AGAINST FRANCE IN WOLLONGONG....
Wollongong, Australia
TEAM USA SUPPORTER WEARING WATCHES HIS TEAM WARM-UP BEFORE THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH AGAINST FRANCE ...
TEAM USA SUPPORTER WEARING WATCHES HIS TEAM WARM-UP BEFORE THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH AGAINST FRANCE IN WOLLONGONG.
FAUTH
RTXM9UG
October 29, 2003
Canada's Sean Fauth catches the ball as a seagull flies by during Canada's Rugby World Cup match against...
Wollongong, Australia
Canada's Sean Fauth catches the ball as a seagull flies by during Canada's Rugby World Cup match aga.....
Canada's Sean Fauth catches the ball as a seagull flies by during Canada's Rugby World Cup match against Tonga in Wollongong on October 29, 2003.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ62O
October 29, 2003
CANADAS CHARRON LAYS ON FIELD AFTER HARD TACKLE AGAINST TONGA DURING
THEIR RUGBY WORLD CUP MATCH IN...
Wollongong, Australia
CANADAS CHARRON LAYS ON FIELD AFTER HARD TACKLE AGAINST TONGA DURING
THEIR RUGBY WORLD CUP MATCH ......
CANADAS CHARRON LAYS ON FIELD AFTER HARD TACKLE AGAINST TONGA DURING
THEIR RUGBY WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGON.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ62J
October 29, 2003
A Canadian fan waves the national flag as Canada entered the field to
play against Tonga in their Rugby...
Wollongong, Australia
CANADIAN FAN WAVES FLAG AS TEAM ENTERS TO PLAY TONGA AT RUGBY WORLD CUP
IN WOLLONGONG.
A Canadian fan waves the national flag as Canada entered the field to
play against Tonga in their Rugby World Cup match in Wollongong on
October 29, 2003. Canada defeated Tonga 24-7. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

AL/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ62H
October 29, 2003
MEMBERS OF THE TONGAN TEAM WALK OFF THE FIELED AFTER LOSING THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH AGAINST CANADA IN...
Wollongong, Australia
MEMBERS OF THE TONGAN TEAM WALK OFF THE FIELED AFTER LOSING THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH AGAINST CANADA ......
MEMBERS OF THE TONGAN TEAM WALK OFF THE FIELED AFTER LOSING THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH AGAINST CANADA IN WOLLONGONG.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ62B
October 29, 2003
Ed Fairhurst (R) from Canada tackles Sione Fonua from Tonga during
their Rugby World Cup game at Wollongong...
Wollongong, Australia
FAIRHURST FROM CANADA TACKLES FONUA FROM TONGA DURING THEIR WORLD CUP
MATCH IN WOLLONGONG.
Ed Fairhurst (R) from Canada tackles Sione Fonua from Tonga during
their Rugby World Cup game at Wollongong Stadium, located 80 kilometres
(50 miles) south of Sydney October 29, 2003. Canada defeated Tonga
24-7. Twenty nations are competing in the six-week tournament for the
Web Ellis trophy. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ628
October 29, 2003
Members of the Canadian team celebrate winning their Rugby World Cup
game against Tonga at Wollongong...
Wollongong, Australia
MEMBERS OF THE CANADIAN TEAM CELEBRATE WINNING THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH
AGAINST TONGA IN WOLLONGONG.
Members of the Canadian team celebrate winning their Rugby World Cup
game against Tonga at Wollongong Stadium, located 80 kilometres (50
miles) south of Sydney October 29, 2003. Canada defeated Tonga 24-7.
Twenty nations are competing in the six-week tournament for the Web
Ellis trophy. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ625
October 29, 2003
YOUNG TONGA FAN WAVES FLAG AS TEAM TAKES FIELD TO PLAY CANADA DURING
RUGBY WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGON....
Wollongong, Australia
YOUNG TONGA FAN WAVES FLAG AS TEAM TAKES FIELD TO PLAY CANADA DURING
RUGBY WORLD CUP MATCH IN ...
YOUNG TONGA FAN WAVES FLAG AS TEAM TAKES FIELD TO PLAY CANADA DURING
RUGBY WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGON.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ622
October 29, 2003
Winston Stanley from Canada grabs the jersey of Sililo Martens from
Tonga during the Rugby World Cup...
Wollongong, Australia
STANLEY FROM CANADA GRABS THE JERSEY OF MARTENS FROM TONGA DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGONG....
Winston Stanley from Canada grabs the jersey of Sililo Martens from
Tonga during the Rugby World Cup game at Wollongong Stadium, located 80
kilometres (50 miles) south of Sydney October 29, 2003. Canada defeated
Tonga 24-7. Twenty nations are competing in the six-week tournament for
the Web Ellis trophy. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ61Z
October 29, 2003
Canada's Jeff Reid (R) is tackled by Tonga's John Payne in the second
half of their Rugby World Cup...
Wollongong, Australia
CANADAS REID IS TACKLED BY TONGAS PAYNE DURING THEIR RUGBY WORLD CUP
MATCH.
Canada's Jeff Reid (R) is tackled by Tonga's John Payne in the second
half of their Rugby World Cup match in Wollongong on October 29, 2003.
Canada defeated Tonga 24-7. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

AL/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ61V
October 29, 2003
MIKE JAMES FROM CANADA WAVES TO THE CROWD AS HE STANDS TALL ABOVE A
MAUL DURING THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH...
Wollongong, Australia
MIKE JAMES FROM CANADA WAVES TO THE CROWD AS HE STANDS TALL ABOVE A
MAUL DURING THEIR WORLD CUP ...
MIKE JAMES FROM CANADA WAVES TO THE CROWD AS HE STANDS TALL ABOVE A
MAUL DURING THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST TONGA IN WOLLONGONG.
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRQ61T
October 29, 2003
Canada's Al Charron (C) is tackled by Tonga's Jonh Payne in the second
half of their Rugby World Cup...
Wollongong, Australia
CANADAS CHARRON IS TACKLED BY TONGAS PAYNE DURING THEIR RUGBY WORLD CUP
MATCH IN WOLLONGONG.
Canada's Al Charron (C) is tackled by Tonga's Jonh Payne in the second
half of their Rugby World Cup match in Wollongong on October 29, 2003.
Charron had to be carried off the field due to a hard tackle shortly
after this play as Canada defeated Tonga 24-7. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

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October 29, 2003
MIKE JAMES FROM CANADA SALUTES THE REFEREE AS HE STANDS TALL ABOVE A
MAUL DURING THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH...
Wollongong, Australia
MIKE JAMES FROM CANADA SALUTES THE REFEREE AS HE STANDS TALL ABOVE A
MAUL DURING THEIR WORLD CUP ......
MIKE JAMES FROM CANADA SALUTES THE REFEREE AS HE STANDS TALL ABOVE A
MAUL DURING THEIR WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST TONGA IN WOLLONGONG.
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October 29, 2003
WITKOWSKI FROM CANADA LIES ON GROUND AFTER BEING STOOD ON DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST TONGA...
Wollongong, Australia
WITKOWSKI FROM CANADA LIES ON GROUND AFTER BEING STOOD ON DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST ...
WITKOWSKI FROM CANADA LIES ON GROUND AFTER BEING STOOD ON DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST TONGA IN WOLLONGONG.
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October 29, 2003
Nikyta Witkowski from Canada tries to tackle Pila Fifita from Tonga
during their Rugby World Cup game...
Wollongong, Australia
WITKOWSKI FROM CANADA TRIES TO TACKLE FIFITA FROM TONGA DURING THEIR
WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGONG.
Nikyta Witkowski from Canada tries to tackle Pila Fifita from Tonga
during their Rugby World Cup game at Wollongong Stadium, located 80
kilometres (50 miles) south of Sydney October 29, 2003. Witkowski was
sent to the blood bin after receiving facial injuries in the attempted
tackle. REUTERS/David Gray

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October 29, 2003
CANADAS FAUTH CATCHES BALL AS SEAGULL FLIES PAST DURING RUGBY WORLD CUP
MATCH AGAINST TONGA IN WOLLONGONG....
Wollongong, Australia
CANADAS FAUTH CATCHES BALL AS SEAGULL FLIES PAST DURING RUGBY WORLD CUP
MATCH AGAINST TONGA IN ...
CANADAS FAUTH CATCHES BALL AS SEAGULL FLIES PAST DURING RUGBY WORLD CUP
MATCH AGAINST TONGA IN WOLLONGONG.
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October 29, 2003
Sean Fauth (L) from Canada evades a tackle from Tonga's John Payne
during their Rugby World Cup game...
Wollongong, Australia
FAUTH FROM CANADA EVADES TACKLE FROM TONGA'S PAYNE DURING THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGONG.
Sean Fauth (L) from Canada evades a tackle from Tonga's John Payne
during their Rugby World Cup game at Wollongong Stadium, located 80
kilometres (50 miles) south of Sydney October 29, 2003. Twenty nations
are competing in the six-week tournament for the Web Ellis trophy.
REUTERS/David Gray

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October 29, 2003
Pierre Hola from Tonga places the ball while on the bottom of a ruck during
their Rugby World Cup game...
Wollongong, Australia
HOLA FROM TONGA PLACES BALL WHILE IN A RUCK DURING THEIR WORLD
CUP MATCH AGAINST CANADA IN WOLLONGONG....
Pierre Hola from Tonga places the ball while on the bottom of a ruck during
their Rugby World Cup game against Canada at Wollongong Stadium, located 80
kilometres (50 miles) south of Sydney October 29, 2003. Twenty nations are
competing in the six-week tournament for the Web Ellis trophy. REUTERS/David
Gray PP03110005

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October 29, 2003
Tonga's Ephram Taukafa (L) tries to get out of a tackle by Canada's Marco di
Girolamo while charging...
Wollongong, Australia
TONGAS TAUKAFA EVADES A TACKLE FROM CANADAS GIROLAMO DURING RUGBY
WORLD CUP MATCH IN WOLLONGONG.
Tonga's Ephram Taukafa (L) tries to get out of a tackle by Canada's Marco di
Girolamo while charging the try line in the first half of their Rugby World
Cup match in Wollongong on October 29, 2003. The Rugby World Cup final will
be held in Sydney on November 22. REUTERS/Adrees Latif PP03110005

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