Women's Chinese Open 2003
Lianyungang, 13 - 17 August

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Dutch champions Rebekka Kadjik (L) and Marrit Leenstra

China Open podium: Switzerland (L), The Ntherlands (C) and Australia

Dutch champions Rebekka Kadjik (L) and Marrit Leenstra

Olympic champion Natalie Cook

Switzerland's Nicole Schnyder-Benoit

Canda take on China

Norway's Nila Ann Hakedal

Finnish twin Emilia Nystrom

Sanderson sets for Cook in their quarterfinal victory over Canada

Olympic champion Cook autographs an admirer's shirt

Aussie Nicole Sanderson (L) and Natalie Cook

Spain's Rodriguez gets up to block

Dancing girls on center court

Dancing girls on center court

Monkey King: Lianyungang's suggestion for the Beijing Olympics mascot

China's Tian evades the block of Dutch player Mooren

Keizer of The Netherland's pokes against China

China's Wang goes up to block Karadassiou

Greece's Karadassiou digs as Sfyri looks on

Merel Morren of The Netherlands evades a Spanish block

Dejected Nystrom twins crashing out of qualifying

China's Hu Xiaoyan digs

China's Beach Director Mr. Wong with Tian (L) and Wang

Hakadel (L) and Torlen on their way to the Main Draw

Switzerland's Karen Trussel calls the play

Kiwi Lucy Todd (L) digs

Norways Hakedal spikes as Torlen watches on

Lessard (L) and Maxwell wait to receive

Canada's Sarah Maxwell calls the play

Erni (L) and Trussel prepare to receive

Swiss pair Trussell and Erni celebrate a point

Opening ceremony at the women's China Open

The 7km embankment that leads to the Beach venue on Lian Island