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Reuters wins 3 World Press Photo awards

February 11, 2011

Reuters photographers have won three awards at the 54th annual World Press Photo contest. Feisal Omar from Somalia won first prize in Daily Life Singles, Mike Hutchings, South Africa, won first prize Sport Singles and Andrew Biraj from Bangladesh won third prize in Daily Life Singles.

1st prize in the Daily Life Singles category:

A man carries a shark through the streets of Mogadishu September 23, 2010. REUTERS/Feisal Omar

A man carries a shark through Mogadishu, September 23, 2010. REUTERS/Feisal Omar

1st prize in the Sport Singles category:

Netherlands' Demy de Zeeuw is kicked in the face by Uruguay's Martin Caceres during their 2010 World Cup semi-final at Green Point stadium in Cape Town, July 6, 2010.  REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Netherlands' Demy de Zeeuw is kicked in the face by Uruguay's Martin Caceres during their 2010 World Cup semi-final at Green Point stadium in Cape Town, July 6, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

3rd prize in the Daily Life Singles category:

An overcrowded train approaching a station in Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 16, 2010.  REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

An overcrowded train approaching a station in Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 16, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

This year, a record 108,059 images were submitted by 5,847 participating photographers from 125 countries.

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Congratulations to team!
The soccer photo is incredible!
Lucas
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