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Greek Paralympic Swimmers
Greek Paralympic Swimmers - 13 Feb 2007
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Greek paralympic swimmer Sakis Kostaris trains in backstroke at a pool in Athens, March 2003. Athens...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER SAKIS KOSTARIS SHOWERS BEFORE ATRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek paralympic swimmer Sakis Kostaris trains in backstroke at a pool in Athens, March 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/WS
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Greek paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, swims backstroke during a training session in Athens, December...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER YANNIS KOSTAKIS DURING A TRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, swims backstroke during a training session in Athens, December 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Greek paralympic paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, is carried into a pool by his coach before a...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER YANNIS KOSTAKIS DURING ATRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek paralympic paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, is carried into a pool by his coach before a training session in Athens, December 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Greek paralympic paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, swims backstroke, December 2003, during a training...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER YANNIS KOSTAKIS DURING A TRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek paralympic paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, swims backstroke, December 2003, during a training session in Athens. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Greek Paralympics paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, swimms freestyle, December 2003, during a training...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER YANNIS KOSTAKIS DURING A TRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek Paralympics paraplegic swimmer Yannis Kostakis, 32, swimms freestyle, December 2003, during a training session for the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries for the first time in the history of the Paralympic games are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Greek paralympic swimmer Sakis Kostaris trains in a pool for the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, March...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER SAKIS KOSTARIS DURING A TRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek paralympic swimmer Sakis Kostaris trains in a pool for the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, March 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis REUTERS YB/BW
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Greek paralympic amputee swimmer Sakis Kostaris walks to a pool for a training session, March 2003. Athens...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER SAKIS KOSTARIS ENTERS ATRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek paralympic amputee swimmer Sakis Kostaris walks to a pool for a training session, March 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Greek swimmer Maria Kalpakidou,18, suffering from quadriplegia, trains in backstroke during a training...
Thessaloniki, Greece
SWIMMER MARIA KALPAKIDOU TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek swimmer Maria Kalpakidou,18, suffering from quadriplegia, trains in backstroke during a training session for the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games at a pool in Thessaloniki February 2003. Kalpakidou won a bronze medal in 50m backstroke in the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries for the first time in the history of the Paralympic games are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis has been awarded the European Sports photographer of the year award...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER SAKIS KOSTARIS ENTERS ATRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis has been awarded the European Sports photographer of the year award by Fuji for his three images of a greek paralympic swimmer training in Athens. (1 of 3 shown here). Greek paralympic amputee swimmer Sakis Kostaris walks to a pool for a training session in Athens, March 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis REUTERS YB/WS
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Blind paralympic swimmer Maria Tzalla trains in backstroke in an open pool in Thessaloniki, February...
Thessaloniki, Greece
BLIND SWIMMER MARIA TZALLA TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Blind paralympic swimmer Maria Tzalla trains in backstroke in an open pool in Thessaloniki, February 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Blind swimmer Maria Tzalla trains in an open pool in Thessaloniki, February 2003. Athens will be hosting...
Thessaloniki, Greece
BLIND SWIMMER MARIA TZALLA TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Blind swimmer Maria Tzalla trains in an open pool in Thessaloniki, February 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Greek swimmer Maria Kalpakidou, 18, suffering from quadriplegia, struggles to exit a pool after a training...
Thessaloniki, Greece
SWIMMER MARIA KALPAKIDOU TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek swimmer Maria Kalpakidou, 18, suffering from quadriplegia, struggles to exit a pool after a training session at a pool in Thessaloniki February 2003. Kalpakidou won a bronze medal in 50m backstroke in the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries for the first time in the history of the Paralympic games are not required to pay a participation feet. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Greek swimmer Adriana Galatidou, 25, suffering from cerebral palsy, exits a pool during a training session...
Thessaloniki, Greece
SWIMMER ADRIANA GALATIDOU TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek swimmer Adriana Galatidou, 25, suffering from cerebral palsy, exits a pool during a training session in Thessaloniki February 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Greek swimmer Andonis Kymoundris, 44, suffering from quadriplegia, trains in backstroke in a pool during...
Thessaloniki, Greece
SWIMMER ANDONIS KIMOUNDRIS TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek swimmer Andonis Kymoundris, 44, suffering from quadriplegia, trains in backstroke in a pool during a training session for the Paralympics in Thessaloniki February 2003. Blind swimmer Maria Tzala swims freestyle next to Andonis. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Greek swimmer Maria Kalpakidou, 18, suffering from quadriplegia, watches a game of water polo after a...
Thessaloniki, Greece
SWIMMER MARIA KALPAKIDOU TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek swimmer Maria Kalpakidou, 18, suffering from quadriplegia, watches a game of water polo after a training session at a pool in Thessaloniki February 2003. Kalpakidou won a bronze medal in 50m backstroke in the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries for the first time in the history of the Paralympic games are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
THESSALONIKI
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April 26, 2004
Greek swimmer Stelios Tsakonas, 26, suffering from cerebral palsy jumps into a pool during a training...
Thessaloniki, Greece
SWIMMER STELIOS TSAKONAS TRAINING FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPICS.
Greek swimmer Stelios Tsakonas, 26, suffering from cerebral palsy jumps into a pool during a training session in Thessaloniki February 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries are competing and for the first time in the history of the games they are not required to pay a participation fee. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis YB/BW
ATHENS
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April 26, 2004
Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis has been awarded the European Sports photographer of the year award...
Athens, Greece
SWIMMER SAKIS KOSTARIS SHOWERS BEFORE A TRAINING SESSION FOR ATHENS 2004 PARALYMPIC GAMES.
Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis has been awarded the European Sports photographer of the year award by Fuji for his three images of a greek paralympic swimmer training in Athens. (1 of 3 shown here). Greek paralympic swimmer Sakis Kostaris showers before a training session for the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games at a pool in Athens March 2003. Athens will be hosting the XII Paralympic Games from 17 to 28 September 2004, just three weeks after the Olympic Games. A total of 4000 athletes from 143 countries for the first time in the history of the Paralympic games, are not required to pay a participation fee, this way, Olympic and Paralympic athletes will receive equal treatment. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis 1 of 3 YB/AS/WS
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