Acapulco  2005   Men's Open
25.10.2005 -  29.10.2005

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All Brazilian podium (left to right) - Franco, Pedro, Ricardo, Emanuel, Benjamin and Harley


Brazilian podium (left to right) - Franco, Pedro, Ricardo, Emanuel, Benjamin and Harley, with presenters


Emanuel Rego (right) and Ricardo Santos of Brazil


SWATCH most outstanding player Emanuel Rego (right) and Ricardo Santos of Brazil


Silver winners Pedro Cunha (left) and Franco Neto of Brazil


Bronze winners Benjamin Insfran (left) and Harley Marques of Brazil


Silver winners Pedro Cunha (left) and Franco Neto of Brazil


Bronze winners Benjamin Insfran (left) and Harley Marques of Brazil


A clap from Ricardo


Brazil's Emanuel Rego


Ricardo Santos of Brazil


A podium spray from Harley Marques of Brazil


Olympic champions Ricardo (left) and Emanuel


Ricardo (left) and Franco


Brazilian Olympic champion Ricardo Santos


Pedro Cunha (left) against Brazilan rival Ricardo Santos


Emanuel Rego (right) against Brazilian rival Franco Neto


Emanuel (left) and Ricardo


Emanuel Rego of Brazil


Brazil's Ricardo Santos (right) hits against Pedro Cunha of Brazil


Ricardo Santos (left) and Emanuel Rego of Brazil


Ricardo Lione of Italy and Mikasa


Brazil's Harley Marques (right) against Ricardo Lione


Harley (right) claps for Benjamin


Harley hugs Benjamin (#1)


Ricardo Lione (right) of Italy hits against Benjamin Insfran of Brazil


Benjamin Insfran (left) of Brazil against Ricardo Lione of Italy


Harley Marques of Brazil


Corona girl sprays crowd


SWATCH-FIVB World Tour fans


SWATCH Beauty


Fans enjoying Acapulco Bay action


Italy's Ricardo Lione serves the Mikasa


Mikasa dig for Harley Marques of Brazil


Matteo Varnier (left) of Italy against Brazil's Benjamin Insfran


Varnier (left) and Benjamin


Harley Marques of Brazil applauds Acapulo Bay fans


Brazilian Beach legend Franco Neto


Benjamin Insfran (left) against Brazilian rival Franco Neto


Fun in the stands


Acapulco Bay fans


To the gold medal match for Pedro Cunha (right) points Franco Neto of Brazil


Franco Neto (left) against Brazilian rival Benjamin Insfran


Brazil's Franco Neto


Switzerland's Stefan Kobel


Ricardo Lione of Italy


Matteo Varnier of Italy


Markus Egger of Switzerland


Switzerland's Markus Egger (left) against Ricardo Lione of Italy


Marcio Araujo of Brazil


Kristjan Kais of Estonia


Monster Brazilian block by Fabio Magelhaes (right) against Harley Marques


Fabio Magelhaes of Brazil


Brazil's Fabio Magelhaes (right) hits against Brazilian rival Benjamin Insfran


Fabio Magelhaes (left) of Brazil blocks Stefan Kobel of Switzerland


Benjamin Insfran (left) and Fabio Magelhaes in All-Brazilian match


Matteo Varnier of Italy


FIVB referee Tarek El Assad (right) of Switzerland and Brazil's Fabio Magelhaes


Rivo Vesik (right) of Estonia against Matteo Varnier of Italy


Matteo Varnier of Italy


Harley Marques of Brazil


Fabio Magelhaes (left) of Brazil blocks Stefan Kobel of Switzerland


Mikasa blocks Benjamin Insfran of Brazil


Penggen Wu (left) of China against Ulises Ontivero of Mexico


Brazilian fans in Acapulco


Eugen Kulhanek of Austria, FIVB referee, signals the start of action


Acapulco fans watch SWATCH stop


A frustrated Lombardo Ontiveros of Mexico


Lombardo Ontiveros of Mexico


China's Linyin Xu (right) against Lombardo Ontivero of Mexico


Penggen Wu (left) of China with Linyin Xu


Mexico's Ulises Ontiveros


More Lombardo (right) and Sean


United States' Sean Scott


Mexico's Lombardo Ontiveros


Lombardo Ontiveros (right) hits against Sean Scott of USA


Mikasa reception by Lombardo Ontiveros (right) as brother Ulises watches


Mexico's Lombardo Ontiveros


Lombardo Ontiveros of Mexico


Sean Scott of the United States


Jorge Camacho (mircophone in hand) introduces local Acapulo and State of Guerrero officials, including Ernesto Rodriquez, Tourism Secretary


Ernesto Rodriquez, Tourism Secretary of the State of Guerrero, serves the Mikasa


Fabio (left) against Juan Razo of Mexico


Brazilians Fabio Magelhaes (left) and Marcio Araujo


Fabio Magelhaes (right) of Brazil against Aldo Miramontes of Mexico


Aldo Miramontes of Mexico


Acapulco fans watching SWATCH play


Dutch reception by Jochem De Gruijter (right) with partner Gijs Ronnes


Jochem De Gruijter (left) of the Netherlands blocks against Brazil's Luiz Dulinski


Brazil's Luiz Dulinski (right) against Jochem De Gruijter of the Netherlands


Nalbert (right) with Brazilian partner Luiz Dulinski


Nalbert Bitencourt (left) of Brazil against Gijs Ronnes of the Netherlands


Mexico's Ontiveros brothers - Ulises, left and Lombardo


Ulises (left) & Lombardo Ontiveros, top Mexican team


Eugenio Amore (left) watches reception of Italian partner Riccardo Fenili


Eugenio Amore (left) and Riccardo Fenili of Italy


Eugenio Amore (left) of Italy and Peter Varga of the Xlovak Republic


Mexico's Arturo Flores


Arturo Flores (right) of Mexico hits against Jan Schnider of Switzerland


Arturo Flores (right) with Mexican partner Marco Macias


Emiel Boersma (left) of the Netherlands blocks against Pablo Guzman of Mexico


Hector Royo (left) of Mexico hits past Emiel Boersma of the Netherlands


Pablo Guzman of Mexico


Eugenio Amore (right) of Italy hits with Miloslav Rousek of the Slovak Republic


Ruperto Jimenez of Mexico


Marcel Gscheidle (left) and Jan Schnider of Switzerland


Jan Schnider of Switzerland


Peter Varga (left) and Miloslav Rousek of the Slovak Republic


Salomon Sarfati (left) blocks against Kentaro Asahi of Japan

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