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  • XAAPH054

    XAAPH054

    Salt Lake City 2002-Biathlon-12.5km pursuit-POIREE Raphaël (FRA) 2nd
    Tuesday, January 1, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • XAAPH061

    XAAPH061

    Salt Lake City 2002-Biathlon-12.5km pursuit-POIREE Raphaël (FRA) 2nd
    Tuesday, January 1, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • XAAPJ012

    XAAPJ012

    Salt Lake City 2002-Short track speed skating-500m-Heats-Race 4
    Tuesday, January 1, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • XAAPJ066

    XAAPJ066

    Salt Lake City 2002-Short track speed skating-5000m-GAGNON Marc (CAN) 1st
    Tuesday, January 1, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • XAAOR092

    XAAOR092

    Salt Lake City 2002-Biathlon-4x7.5km relay-AKHATOVA Albina (RUS) 3rd
    Tuesday, January 1, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • XAAPJ002

    XAAPJ002

    Salt Lake City 2002-Short track speed skating-500m-Race 4-DROLET Marie-Eve (CAN) 4th, ZINI Mara (ITA) 11th
    Tuesday, January 1, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Torch Relay X Comaneci

    Torch Relay X Comaneci

    11 Jan 2002: Torchbearers Nadia Comaneci and Bart Conner carry the Olympic Flame during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Torch Relay in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory Credit: Todd Warshaw/Pool/Getty Images
    Friday, January 11, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Olympic Torch Relay X Naber

    Olympic Torch Relay X Naber

    14 Jan 2002: Torchbearer John Naber carries the Olympic Flame during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Torch Relay in Coronado, California. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory Credit: Todd Warshaw/Pool/Getty Images
    Monday, January 14, 2002 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Summer Games Antwerp 1920 Medal

    Summer Games Antwerp 1920 Medal

    On the obverse, a tall, naked athlete, holding in his left hand a palm leaf and a laurel crown, symbols of victory. Behind him, the figure of the Renommée playing the trumpet. In the background, a frieze with a Greek motif with the inscription "VII OLYMPIADE" underneath. On the reverse, the Antwerp monument, commemorating the legend of Brabo throwing into the Scheldt the hand of the giant Druoon Antigoon, who had been terrorizing the river. In the background, the cathedral and port of Antwerp. In the top half, the inscription “ ANVERS MCMXX ”. The legend says that in Antiquity, this cruel giant forced all vessels on the river to pay a toll. If the captain refused to pay, he cut off his hand. The giant spread terror amongst the sailors for many long years, until the day he met Silvius Brabo. This courageous Roman soldier dared to take on the giant and succeeded in killing him. As revenge for his victims, he cut off the giant's hand and threw it into the river. This is where the name of the city comes from- "Antwerp" means "thrown hand".
    Tuesday, April 20, 1920 2:00 PM | Photo
  • Olympic Torch Relay

    Olympic Torch Relay

    President Anita DeFrantz of the Amateur Athletic Foundation poses with torchbearer Maria Garcia as the Olympic Flame passes through Los Angeles. Los Angeles, United States of America, 15 January 2002.
    Tuesday, January 15, 2002 7:00 PM | Photo
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