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DUNGANNON, NORTHERN IRELAND - JULY 27:  Two female entrants take a dip in the Bog Jacuzzi after takes part in the Irish Bog Snorkelling championship this afternoon at Peatlands Park on July 27, 2014 in Dungannon, Northern Ireland. The annual event sees male and female competitors swim the 60m length of the bog watched by scores of spectators and takes place on International Bog Day.  (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

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**ONE TIME USE, NO SALES, NO NEWS SERVICE, ANY RE-USE REQUIRES PERMISSION, NO GETTY** 50.14-1-15547: At 2200m altitude, in the river used by the gold diggers on the flanks of the Pico da Neblina (Mist Peak), shaman Angelo is chanting and dancing, thus preparing the upcoming expedition up to the Pico da Neblina. Highest peak in Brazil, this mountain is sacred to the Yanomami. Maturaca, Yanomami territory, State of Amazonas, Brazil. March-April 2014. © Sebastiao Salgado/ Amazonas - Contact Press Images **ONE TIME USE, NO SALES, NO NEWS SERVICE, ANY RE-USE REQUIRES PERMISSION, NO GETTY**

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epa04311248 Astana Procycling team rider Vincenzo Nibali of Italy wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey in action during the 7th stage of the 101st edition of the Tour de France 2014 cycling race, a 234,5 km long stage between Epernay and Nancy, in France, 11 July 2014.  EPA/BAS CZERWINSKI

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