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2014 World Press Photo Contest winners

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A jury of the world's leading photojournalists selected its favourite photos entered in the 2014 World Press Photo Contest and announced the winners Feb. 14, 2014.

Peter Holgersson / The Associated Press

First prize in the Sports Feature Stories category by Peter Holgersson of Sweden

Swedish athlete Nadja Casadei is feeling better just before her last treatment in Lidingo, Sweden on Dec.19, 2013. Casadei has participated in the World and European Championships in heptathlon. In autumn 2013, she was diagnosed with cancer and by Jan. 2014 she'd completed her chemotherapy. She has continued to train throughout her illness, hoping to be healthy and ready in time for Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

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