images = [ {src: "2009/4799-M.jpg", originator: "Rosie Hallam", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "PHOTOGRAPH OF THE YEAR", caption: "Thirteen orphaned elephants are looked after around the clock by a team of dedicated carers at the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi, Kenya. Elephants who lose their family are very hard to care for. They often die of a broken heart. At the orphanage they have devised a system of care which involves sleeping, eating and being with the young elephants all the time. This gives them a much greater chance of survival. The carers find it hard not to get attached to them as they are constantly craving affection. 11th January 2009."} , {src: "2009/1875-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "A broker on ICAP's dealing floor in London calls for prices as the markets react to the day's interest rate cut. 9th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/1877-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Protestors clash with mounted riot police outside the Israeli embassy in London. Demonstrations and vigils were held all that week as the conflict between Israel and Hamas continued. 10th January 2009."} , {src: "2009/1874-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "A man walks past a destroyed butcher's shop at Burnt Forest near Eldoret in Kenya. After days of ethnic unrest many Kikuyu people still fear for their safety and are seeking shelter in churches and police stations. 6th January 2008."} , {src: "2009/1111-A.jpg", originator: "Dan Chung", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Bodies of those caught in the 12th May earthquake lie in what remains of the Beichuan Middle School, Sichuan Province, China: one of the worst affected places. 1,300 school children and their teachers were killed. 15th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/4253-E.jpg", originator: "Dan Chung", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A rescue worker holds a red flag aloft the rubble of earthquake hit Beichuan, Sichuan province, China. The flags became a common site in the days following the quake with many rescue teams carrying them to mark where bodies may be found. 17th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/5807-M.jpg", originator: "Adam Dean", publisher: "Panos", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Shi Shi Mo, aged 82, is helped to walk over what is left of destroyed homes in Hanwang, Sichuan province, China, after the devastating earthquake. 20th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/0979-E.jpg", originator: "Richard Humphries", publisher: "Polaris Images", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The body of a woman killed after a massive quake lies covered in what was once the city market. A 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck China's Sichuan province on 12th May 2008. Tens of thousands of people remained buried in collapsed buildings, and a death toll of over 69,000 was expected to climb as relief operations spread into the mountains of Sichuan province with well over 130,000 military troops and relief workers mobilised. 16th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/4993-A.jpg", originator: "Sean Smith", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A mother mourns for her son who was shot in his house when rebels entered the town of Kiwanja near Rutshuru in DR Congo. 5th Novermber 2008. "} , {src: "2009/1314-E.jpg", originator: "Richard Wainwright", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Munkhbat (15) & Altangeret (15) have lived down this manhole in Unur district of Ulaan Baatar for over 3 years. Their daily lives revolve around seeking food and warmth as temperatures drop to minus 40 degrees centigrade. Pipes that provide the city with hot water heat the manholes. It is a tough, lonely existence, where violence from drunken adults and other street children is ever-present. 18th January 2009."} , {src: "2009/2043-E.jpg", originator: "Kieran Dodds", publisher: "Tearfund UK", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Children in Gulu, North Uganda recover from the trauma of war with loving support from Noah's Ark charity as they move back into the community. The 20-year conflict in North Uganda between the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) and the government has destroyed the lives and families of many thousands of people in the region. Children once sheltered at Noah's Ark in Gulu to protect them against abduction by the LRA. Now Noah's Ark offer counselling and support to children coping on their own and dealing with the past trauma and stigma, allowing them to reintegrate into families and communities. 5th March 2008."} , {src: "2009/6472-D.jpg", originator: "Julien Behal", publisher: "Press Association", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Single father Maxwell 'Kallon' Fornah, a striker with the Sierra Leone Amputee Football team and his 5-month-old son Junior in their shack in Aberdeen Amputee camp, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 17th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/0847-E.jpg", originator: "Andrew McConnell", publisher: "Panos", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The Chefferie IDP site, home to some 4,000 people, in the town of Kitchanga, North Kivu, DR Congo. The camp started to form in October 2007 and as of February 2008 still had not received humanitarian assistance due to the instability of the area. 18th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/0846-E.jpg", originator: "Andrew McConnell", publisher: "Panos", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Displaced children sit outside their makeshift homes in the Mugunga 1 IDP site, home to some 10,000 people, in Goma, North Kivu, DR Congo. 5th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/5940-B.jpg", originator: "Phil Wilkinson", publisher: "Scotland on Sunday", category: "Live News", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A soldier signals to the pilot of a British Lynx helicopter as it lands at the Forward Operating Base ‚??Edinburgh‚?Ě near Musa Qala, Afghanistan which had just been captured by British and Afghan forces. 15th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/2205-M.jpg", originator: "Andrew Testa", publisher: "Panos", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "‚??Convict Poker‚?Ě at the Angola Maximum Security Prison in the US. Four inmates sit at a poker table whilst a bull is released into the arena. The bull is encouraged to charge the players and the winner of the game is the prisoner who remains seated the longest. Angola Maximum Security Prison was at one time the most violent in the US but has undergone a transformation under warden Burl Cain who has expanded the rodeo into an event that attracts over ten thousand spectators. 20th April 2008"} , {src: "2009/4986-A.jpg", originator: "Sean Smith", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "On the night shift with the police department in Roanoke, Virginia, USA. A young man has been stabbed and collapsed on his porch. 10th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/6245-Z.jpg", originator: "Abbie Trayler-Smith", publisher: "Panos", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Boni, 43, arrived in the UK in March 2005, claiming asylum, and was immediately placed in detention for sixteen weeks at Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre. He had been a wealthy businessman in Kinshasa, DR Congo. In 2005 he was arrested and detained on suspicion of opposing president Kabila. While in detention he was forced into an electric chair, was repeatedly beaten and had a knife plunged through his armpit. He was also stabbed from his chest to his groin and his torture scars remain clearly visible. On arrival in the UK Boni was shocked to find himself incarcerated again (cont.) 9th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/6117-C.jpg", originator: "Daniel Berehulak", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Live News", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Party revellers enjoy the atmosphere on the London Underground during a cocktail party on the Circle Line on the last evening that Londoners can consume alcohol on public transport. The cocktail party, organised on the networking website Facebook, attracted thousands of revellers to enjoy one last drink before the ban's enforcement on 1st June. The ban, introduced by the new London Mayor Boris Johnson, is an attempt to clean up unruly behaviour on the London public transport system. 31st May 2008."} , {src: "2009/5887-C.jpg", originator: "Tom Pilston", publisher: "The Times", category: "News", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Bathed in the light of giant TV screens, Americans listen to Barack Obama, America's first African American President, give his victory speech in Grant Park, Chicago. 4th November 2008."} , {src: "2009/7647-B.jpg", originator: "Jess Hurd", publisher: "reportdigital.co.uk", category: "Live News", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Protesters are trampled by horses in a clash with riot police outside the Israeli Embassy. National Palestine Demonstration, ‚??Stop Gaza Massacre‚?Ě London. 10th January 2009."} , {src: "2009/0495-F.jpg", originator: "Charles McQuillan", publisher: "Pacemaker Press", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Major Shove Gilby reflects on the loss of members and close friends from his battalion after returning from duty in Helmand province, Afghanistan. Palace Barracks, Belfast. 18th June 2008."} , {src: "2009/7486-E.jpg", originator: "Anthony Devlin", publisher: "Press Association", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A sniper surveys the ground from the roof of the stadium during the first Test Match at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, India. 11th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/3858-C.jpg", originator: "David Bebber", publisher: "", category: "News", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Ken Livingstone visits Ken's Cafe on Green Street, east London, after unveiling a new campaign poster at the West Ham football ground during London's Mayoral elections. 30th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/1094-C.jpg", originator: "Simon Dack", publisher: "Brighton Evening Argus", category: "News", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Police using batons and pepper spray clashed with ‚??Smash EDO‚?Ě protestors on the Lewes Road as they tried to get through to the EDO arms factory in Moulsecoomb near Brighton. 15th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/3017-F.jpg", originator: "Lee Thompson", publisher: "The Sun", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "John Odima, a witch doctor in Barak Obama's ancestral home of Kogelo in Kenya. The 91-year-old claimed that he helped Mr. Obama become President of the USA. 17th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/4270-M.jpg", originator: "Angela Catlin", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Gaza under siege. Mohammed Majed, a fisherman, sleeps in the nets of the family business after a night out on the boats. The effects of the blockade were felt most acutely at Gaza‚??s hospitals where dozens of patients endured delayed treatment because of dire shortages of medical supplies. Doctors claimed that 220 people had died as a direct result of Israel‚??s policy. 16th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/5554-A.jpg", originator: "Adam Dean", publisher: "Panos", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A woman sifts through the debris of her destroyed home near Kunyangon, Myanmar after Cyclone Nargis passed through, creating winds of up to 250 kph. 10th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/3350-A.jpg", originator: "Christopher Furlong", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A figure from Antony Gormley's 'Another Place' welcomes one of the Tall Ships to Merseyside as it sails past the Burbo Bank windfarm on the approach to the Port of Liverpool. As the European City of Culture, Liverpool hosted part of the Tall Ships racing festival. Up to one hundred of these sailing ships went on display to the public, and event organisers expected crowds of up to one million people before their race to Norway began. 18th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/6239-D.jpg", originator: "Jeff Overs", publisher: "BBC", category: "Features", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "A jogger runs past Battersea Power Station in south London. 14th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/6592-A.jpg", originator: "Eamon Ward", publisher: "The Clare People", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Jim Cronin with his four-year-old Percheron work horses at home in Ballyknavin, Co. Clare, Ireland. 22nd July 2008."} , {src: "2009/6002-M.jpg", originator: "Christopher Pledger", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Judging takes place at the 2008 World Budgerigar Championship Show in Doncaster, England. 27th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/6070-E.jpg", originator: "Graham Trott", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Frank Naish and Paul Chant, Somerset cidermakers, at work on Frank's farm near Glastonbury. Frank is now 85 years old, but with help from Paul he keeps busy on the farm, looking after his orchards, hedge-laying, and making cider in the Autumn. Frank has lived on the family farm all his life, working alongside his older brother, Harold, who died in 2005. 4th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/6582-A.jpg", originator: "Eamon Ward", publisher: "The Clare People", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "George O'Halloran picking out stones from his garden at Ennistymon, Co Clare, Ireland. 29th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/6011-F.jpg", originator: "Dan Chung", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Boys play in the swamp in the Ugandan village of Katine. The village has benefited from an aid programme run by the NGO AMREF working in association with the Guardian newspaper. 15th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/5068-D.jpg", originator: "Thomas Main", publisher: "", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Eleven-year-old diver Grace Reid during a practice session at the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh, Scotland. 5th March 2008."} , {src: "2009/1873-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "The Royal Air Force ‚??Red Arrows‚?Ě fly in formation with four Typhoon aircraft over central London. The flypast marks the start of a year of events commemorating the formation of the RAF in 1918. 1st April 2008."} , {src: "2009/5112-C.jpg", originator: "Eddie Mulholland", publisher: "The Daily Telegraph", category: "News", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The Royal Air Force ‚??Red Arrows‚?Ě fly in formation with four Typhoon aircraft over central London. The flypast marks the start of a year of events commemorating the formation of the RAF in 1918. 1st April 2008."} , {src: "2009/0307-A.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The Seatruck vessel MS Riverdance runs aground on Anchorsholme beach, Cleveleys, north of Blackpool after it is hit by a freak wave in the Irish Sea. 4th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/1878-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "St Paul's Cathedral in London is floodlit during the City Salutes sunset pageant. Princes William and Harry attended the event at which The City of London thanked British troops and their families for the sacrifices they make on our behalf. 7th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/3555-A.jpg", originator: "Bruno Vincent", publisher: "", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A wingsuit flyer passes over the Aguille Du Midi after jumping from a helicopter above Mont Blanc during the Nissan Outdoor Games in Chamonix, France. The riders reached lateral speeds of 140 kph before pulling their parachutes and landing in Chamonix town. 16th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/2847-D.jpg", originator: "Sam Furlong", publisher: "South West News Service", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A Belgian F-16 jet fighter practises manoeuvres at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire before the event was cancelled due to heavy rain. 11th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/3325-D.jpg", originator: "Christopher Furlong", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A seagull flies past a viewing telescope in Rhyl, Wales. Rhyl was once an elegant Victorian seaside destination on the North Wales coast and one of Britain's premier seaside resorts, but with the advent of cheap flights abroad and guaranteed sunshine the holiday resort has suffered. The town was recently put in the top 10% most deprived areas of Wales and has been the centre of a regeneration project, including the £85 million Ocean Plaza complex on the site of the former Ocean Beach Fun Fair. 6th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/5970-E.jpg", originator: "Jane Barlow", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Gannets at the start of the breeding season on Bass Rock off the East Lothian coast in Scotland, the largest single island gannet colony in the world. 15th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/7226-E.jpg", originator: "Irina Kalashnikova", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "North Koreans perform at the Arirang Festival at the May Day stadium in Pyongynag. The biggest and the best of the annual mass games festivals where up to 100,000 dancers and gymnasts perform to tell the story of the formation of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. 4th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/7229-E.jpg", originator: "Irina Kalashnikova", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Children at the Kim Jong Suk Nursery would normally sit around a model of the Mangyongdae birthplace of Kim Il Sung and chant revolutionary nursery rhymes. The first year of education is largely based around learning of the birthplace and early history of Kim Il Sung, while the second focuses on the guerrilla struggles around Mount Paekdu and the secret revolutionary camp. Pyongyang, North Korea. 11th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/7333-E.jpg", originator: "Irina Kalashnikova", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Public beach in Wonsan city, 200 km away from Pyongyang. There are many beaches on the coastline of East Sea of Korea. The highlight is Songdowan foreign visitors beach, except that foreigners never show up there; it is mainly occupied by North Koreans who can afford to pay the entrance fee, rather than utilize the crowded public beach next door. 7th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/1870-D.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Swimmers take an early morning dip in the Hampton heated outdoor pool near London. Regular swimmers use the pool, which is heated to 28 degrees centigrade, 365 days a year. This particular morning the air temperature was only 1 C above freezing. At one time London could boast more that 50 open-air pools - currently there are about 15 operating in and around the capital. 10th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/6676-D.jpg", originator: "Anthony Devlin", publisher: "Press Association", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Around 250,000 plastic ducks destined for the Great British Duck Race on a 1km stretch of the River Thames near Hampton Court Palace, London. Now in its second year, the race raises money for charities including Downs Syndrome Association, WaterAid and the NSPCC. It cost £2 to enter a duck and the winner received a £10,000 prize. 31st August 2008. "} , {src: "2009/1063-D.jpg", originator: "Rui Vieira", publisher: "Press Association", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A 44-year-old gorilla called Joe, eating a pear on the day Twycross Zoo celebrated its 45th birthday. 19th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/3147-E.jpg", originator: "Graeme Robertson", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "An UK animal testing laboratory that could not be identified for security reasons. 15th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/4457-D.jpg", originator: "Vicki Couchman", publisher: "", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Maureen Wilson from Chorlton, Manchester, having a routine breast imaging mammogram, which she is called to have every two years after reaching the age of 50. She is with radiographer Lynn Lyle at the Kath Lock Mobile breast screening unit, part of the Knightingale Center at Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester. 29th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/0323-A.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Two racegoers share a joke during Ladies' Day at the Grand National Meeting at Aintree, near Liverpool. 4th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/3820-A.jpg", originator: "David Bebber", publisher: "", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A wedding party drives through Cuba's capital Havana in one of the city's famous classic cars. 21st February 2008."} , {src: "2009/0039-A.jpg", originator: "Adrian Dennis", publisher: "Agence France Presse", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Demonstrators prepare to set off on the ‚??World Naked Bike Ride‚?Ě in Hyde Park in London. Hundreds of naked participants protested against the destructive effects of car culture, for safer streets for pedestrians and cyclists, a stop to non-essential car use and more cycle lanes in British cities. 14th June 2008."} , {src: "2009/6032-A.jpg", originator: "Facundo Arrizabalaga", publisher: "", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Thick snow falls over London around Westminster Bridge on the night of the heaviest snowfall for 30 years. The severe weather seriously disrupted travel in the capital as forecasters warned of more heavy snowfalls across the country. 1st February 2009."} , {src: "2009/5661-M.jpg", originator: "Stuart Griffiths", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Liverpool, England. Teenage kids disgruntled with life and a society that they feel neglects their interests often see no other option than to be a member of a gang. To them, it provides a sense of belonging. A gang member from the 'Nogga Dogz' street gang brandishes a 9mm semi automatic pistol. 16th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/5197-C.jpg", originator: "Dan Kitwood", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A member of Snaresbrook High Court smokes next to a no smoking sign. 16th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/4891-A.jpg", originator: "Rosie Hallam", publisher: "", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The memorial garden at the St Pancras & Islington cemetery in north London where ‚??Baby P's‚?Ě ashes are scattered. ‚??Baby P‚?Ě was the alias of a 17-month old boy who died in London after suffering more than 50 injuries over an eight-month period, during which he was repeatedly seen by social services. ‚??Baby P's‚?Ě real name was revealed as ‚??Peter‚?Ě after the conclusion of a subsequent trial of Peter's mother's boyfriend on a charge of raping a 2-year-old. His mother, her boyfriend and a second man living with them were all convicted of causing or allowing the death of a child. 26th November 2008."} , {src: "2009/0326-E.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "A police officer stands guard outside the home of the missing schoolgirl Shannon Matthews as it is illuminated by the lights from TV crews gathered on the Dewsbury Estate, West Yorkshire. 17th March 2008."} , {src: "2009/0291-E.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "An unknown face stares out from the front window of Shannon Matthews' parents' house in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. 16th March 2008."} , {src: "2009/0330-E.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Shannon Matthews' mother Karen, and her step-father Craig Meehan on the steps of their home after being told that their daughter had been found alive inside the drawer of a divan base in a nearby flat belonging to Craig Meehan's uncle, Michael Donovan, only a mile from her home. 15th March 2008"} , {src: "2009/0326-Z.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "As missing schoolgirl Shannon Matthews is found alive, Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police, Sir Norman Bettison leaves after giving a statement to the media about the investigation into her disappearance. 17th March 2008."} , {src: "2009/0312-E.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Shannon Matthews' mother Karen leaves Dewsbury Police Station in West Yorkshire bound for her first appearance at Dewsbury Magistrates Court. 9th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/0305-E.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Shannon Matthews' mother Karen leaves Dewsbury Police Station in West Yorkshire bound for her first appearance at Dewsbury Magistrates Court. 9th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/0326-L.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Karen Matthews' and Craig Meeham's house is boarded up by a Kirlees Council worker. Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. 9th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/0326-M.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Shannon Matthews' mother Karen, and her step-father Craig Meehan on the steps of their home after being told that their daughter had been found alive inside the drawer of a divan base in a nearby flat belonging to Craig Meehan's uncle, Michael Donovan, only a mile from her home. 15th March 2008"} , {src: "2009/6108-E.jpg", originator: "CJ Clarke", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Belfast, Northern Ireland 2008. Martina (far right) her friends and her little sister at home. Taken from the project 'Forgotten Union - Belfast Now' which documents the lives, habits and environment of the Protestant community in contemporary Belfast, with a particular focus on youth culture. 11th November 2008"} , {src: "2009/5793-C.jpg", originator: "Carl Court", publisher: "", category: "News", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Two pairs of children's slippers are the only items remaining on a section of shelving in the Woolworths store in Camden, London. 11th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/4806-E.jpg", originator: "Rosie Hallam", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The Woolworths at the Angel, in Islington, north London, was one of the first to close. 8th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/7677-E.jpg", originator: "Jess Hurd", publisher: "reportdigital.co.uk", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Bridesmaids get ready for the wedding of Irish travellers Nora Quilligan and Danny Sheridan from Dale Farm as they celebrate their wedding day. Many weddings are taking place ahead of the eviction of the travellers from their site near Basildon in Essex. 10th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/2641-M.jpg", originator: "Martin Godwin", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Eddie O'Mahony, aged 88. In 1946, back from the war, Eddie and his young family moved into one of the prefab bungalows built as a temporary measure to combat Britain's housing shortage, due to bomb damage. The house was designed not to last more than a decade, but 62 years later Eddie is still there. Leaving the compact 55 sq m house he says, never entered his head; ‚??I wouldn't swap it for Buckingham Palace. Even if they included the Queen‚?Ě. Catford, south London. 10th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/2643-M.jpg", originator: "Martin Godwin", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Eddie O'Mahony, aged 88. In 1946, back from the war, Eddie and his young family moved into one of the prefab bungalows built as a temporary measure to combat Britain's housing shortage, due to bomb damage. The house was designed not to last more than a decade, but 62 years later Eddie is still there. Leaving the compact 55 sq m house he says, never entered his head; ‚??I wouldn't swap it for Buckingham Palace. Even if they included the Queen‚?Ě. Catford, south London. 10th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/6577-E.jpg", originator: "Eamon Ward", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "My Uncle Des lived all his life in the family home in Ennis, Co Clare, Ireland. I photographed the house and his possesions a week after he died, just as he had left them. 16th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/3793-E.jpg", originator: "David Bebber", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A racegoer negotiates some steps as she arrives on the first day of Royal Ascot. 17th June 2008."} , {src: "2009/4634-D.jpg", originator: "Les Wilson", publisher: "", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Elsa Amiss, aged eleven, with one of the ducks from her parents' Higher Fingle Farm in Devon. 10th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/3217-F.jpg", originator: "Graeme Robertson", publisher: "", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. 14th November 2008."} , {src: "2009/0990-F.jpg", originator: "Leon Neal", publisher: "Agence France Presse", category: "Portraits", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "The Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks to the media outside No.10 Downing Street in London following a meeting with British Prime Minster Gordon Brown. 15th January 2009."} , {src: "2009/2296-F.jpg", originator: "Dominic Lipinski", publisher: "Press Association", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Dame Vera Lynn, aged 92, attends the launch of the new 'The Times of my Life' website, at the Cabinet War Rooms, Westminster, central London. 30th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/3692-A.jpg", originator: "Shaun Curry", publisher: "Agence France Presse", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Heather Mills addresses the media outside London's High Court as she and her estranged husband, pop legend Paul McCartney, agreed a divorce deal worth nearly £25 million. 17th March 2008."} , {src: "2009/5909-I.jpg", originator: "Tom Pilston", publisher: "The Times", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The comedian Russell Brand, photographed in London. 8th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/6459-F.jpg", originator: "Julien Behal", publisher: "Press Association", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "James 'Indian' McCook pictured in his pigeon loft in his back yard outside the village of Armoy, North Antrim in Northern Ireland. The legendary hard man worked as a bouncer and door man for years and his toughness meant that he was sought out over the years by potential challengers for bare knuckle bouts. Born in 1928, he is 'king' of the North Antrim hardmen. It's a title he would make no comment on, perhaps indicating nothing more than a shrug of the shoulders or a smile, but which would attract nods of approval from those who have heard about his awesome reputation. 5th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/7576-F.jpg", originator: "Lefteris Pitarakis", publisher: "Associated Press", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Deep under a pine-tree-covered mountain, men clamber into red overalls and heavy boots, strap on lamps and attach sensors that monitor gas levels, at a coalmine near Cwmgrach, Wales. 27th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/6190-F.jpg", originator: "Graham Trott", publisher: "", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "One of a series of portraits, commissioned by a London based Asset Management company. 30th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/2471-F.jpg", originator: "Paul Gilham", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "McLaren Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton is seen in his garage during practice for the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring, Germany. 18th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/5136-A.jpg", originator: "Eddie Mulholland", publisher: "The Daily Telegraph", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The actress Wendy Richard married her partner John Burns in a civil ceremony in London shortly after revealing that she would start chemotherapy again, having battled breast cancer twice before. She died in February 2009. 10th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/7281-A.jpg", originator: "Matt Kirwan", publisher: "South West News Service", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Jacob Lamb received a faulty Superman suit as a gift. When his mother Debbie rang up Marks and Spencer's to organise a refund, the sales assistant would only speak to Jacob aged 7. 4th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/3592-I.jpg", originator: "Warren Little", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Royalty & Entertainment", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay accepts water from a photographer after crossing the finishing line in the 2008 Flora London Marathon. 13th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/6616-G.jpg", originator: "Daniel Lynch", publisher: "", category: "The Arts", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Tim Marlow, Director of Exhibitions for the White Cube gallery, photographed at the White Cube in St. James's, London. 5th March 2008"} , {src: "2009/3390-G.jpg", originator: "Mark Waugh", publisher: "Manchester Evening News", category: "The Arts", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "The Royal Collection contains the world's most important group of drawings by Leonardo da Vinci. ‚??Skull section - 1489‚?Ě was one of ten exhibited at Manchester Art Gallery as a celebration of Prince Charles' 60th birthday. 28th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/2076-F.jpg", originator: "Roger Bamber", publisher: "", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "An old Brighton Pier ‚??Hall of Mirrors‚?Ě distorting mirror reflects four children on a family outing on Brighton seafront. Jack Etherton (8), Susie Gilbert (10), Tim Etherton (7) and Alisha Gilbert (8) give a big hand to their bizarre reflections. 8th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5072-G.jpg", originator: "Callum Bennetts", publisher: "Maverick", category: "The Arts", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Circus OZ's iconic red kangaroos perform acrobatic feats on top of Edinburgh's Carlton Hill during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. These urban bounding beasts take part in the show which features a spectacular team of acrobats, aerialists and musicians with some added cheeky Australian humour. 1st August 2008."} , {src: "2009/2148-G.jpg", originator: "David Levene", publisher: "", category: "The Arts", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "normally, proceeding and unrestricted with without title, 2008' by Gelitin. An artwork on a roof terrace at the Hayward Gallery, which is a boating lake complete with a dock and three small wooden boats. Part of the Psycho Buildings show on London's South Bank. 26th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/3383-G.jpg", originator: "Christopher Furlong", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "The Arts", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire view a giant sculpture of a seven-month-old baby by artist Marc Quinn entitled 'Planet' in the gardens of their home, Chatsworth House near Bakewell in Derbyshire, England. The bronze sculpture painted white was part of the ‚??Beyond Limits‚?Ě exhibition of modern and contemporary sculpture displayed in the gardens of Chatsworth by Sotheby's. In past years acclaimed artists Damien Hirst, Antony Gormley, Salvador Dali and Henry Moore have had work exhibited. 4th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/4481-G.jpg", originator: "David Bebber", publisher: "", category: "The Arts", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Fancy dress in the cabaret field at the Glastonbury festival, Somerset. 29th June 2008."} , {src: "2009/7022-E.jpg", originator: "James Horan", publisher: "Photocall Ireland", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Michael Sheehan, from Galway, winner of the heavyweight 90kg+ category, pictured getting his fake tan applied before going on stage at the Republic of Ireland Body Building Federation National Championships, held at the Millennium Theatre in Limerick. 4th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/0443-D.jpg", originator: "Toby Madden", publisher: "", category: "Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Weligama is a small village on the southern coast of Sri Lanka between Galle and Matara where the Stilt Fishermen can be found. It is a strange technique of fishing and nobody knows how or where this technique originated. They make their own stilts on the reef and all stilts are owned by individual fisher families. They collect their day's catch in the basket and carry it ashore. Stilt-fishing is a seasonal profession as during the south-western monsoon the seas become too rough to stay comfortably perched on a stick, 30 yards offshore. During November, and through to around the end of March, these fisherman are a common sight along the southern coast of Sri Lanka. 1st January 2008."} , {src: "2009/1876-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "British singer Amy Winehouse sits on stage and looks up at a television monitor whilst awaiting news of a possible Grammy Award at The Riverside Studios in London. The singer went on to dominate the 50th Grammy Awards, winning five that night. 10th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/1082-E.jpg", originator: "Laurence Griffiths", publisher: "", category: "Photo Essay", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A family cricket match on South Sands Beach, Devon. 8th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/1128-F.jpg", originator: "Jack Hill", publisher: "The Times", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "A young girl stands in a market in Khotan, Xinxiang province in the far west of China. The region is inhabited predominantly by the Uigher muslim group and was recently the scene of violence against the Chinese authority. 3rd August 2008."} , {src: "2009/2797-F.jpg", originator: "Lewis Whyld", publisher: "Press Association", category: "Royalty & Entertainment", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall walk through an area devastated by The Soufri√®re Hills volcano, near Plymouth on the Caribbean island of Montserrat. After a long period of dormancy the volcano, seen behind the Royal couple, became active in 1995 and has erupted numerous times since, destroying the island's capital, Plymouth, and rendering more than half of Montserrat uninhabitable. 8th March 2008. "} , {src: "2009/3187-F.jpg", originator: "David Sandison", publisher: "The Independent", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Britain‚??s foremost socialist Tony Benn still stalks the passages of the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London. He retired from Parliament in 2001, in his words to ‚??spend more time involved in politics‚?Ě, suggesting that for him 'real politics' is about struggle rather than parliamentary procedure. 3rd December 2008."} , {src: "2009/0560-I.jpg", originator: "Chris Jackson", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Royalty & Entertainment", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall tours the stables at the Olympia Horse Show in London. The Duchess met competitors and horses backstage at the event as well as presenting awards. 17th December 2008."} , {src: "2009/3478-I.jpg", originator: "Mark Stewart", publisher: "", category: "Royalty & Entertainment", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Zara Phillips faces disappointment after knocking fences down whilst competing at the Festival of Eventing at Gatcombe Park, then receives some words of advice from her mother, the Princess Royal. 3rd August 2008."} , {src: "2009/3777-A.jpg", originator: "Adrian Dennis", publisher: "Agence France Presse", category: "News Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "(left to right) Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Anne, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Phillip, The Duke of Edinburgh, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Charles, Prince of Wales watch a flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace following the Queen's Birthday Parade in London. 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"} , {src: "2009/0322-F.jpg", originator: "Bruce Adams", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Portraits", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Gordon Brown shakes the hand of his Foreign Secretary David Mlliband after his speech at the Labour Party conference at the G-Max centre in Manchester. 22nd September 2008."} , {src: "2009/3457-A.jpg", originator: "Edmond Terakopian", publisher: "", category: "", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama visits British Prime Minister Gordon Brown at 10 Downing Street in London. Senator Obama was on the final part of the European leg of his world tour. 26th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/1880-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Prime Minister Gordon Brown looks down as he waits to meet European Commission President Jos√© Manuel Barroso in Downing Street. 5th June 2008."} , {src: "2009/1879-A.jpg", originator: "Peter Macdiarmid", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "News Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "The athlete Denise Lewis runs into Downing Street with the Beijing Olympics torch surrounded by security officials and police. The 2008 Beijing Olympics torch was to be carried by respected sports personalities and celebrities from Wembley Arena to the grand finale at the O2 Dome, via Chinatown, Trafalgar Square, the Houses of Parliament and London Bridge, amid crowds of spectators but its passage was fraught with controversy and met with protest. 6th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/5183-H.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Sports Action & Sports Folio of the Year & Olympic Singles & Olympic Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Usain Bolt of Jamaica realises he has won the Olympic men's 200m final with a new world record time of 19.30 seconds. National Stadium, Beijing, China. 20th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5180-K.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Olympic Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Massed drummers during the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics. National Stadium, Beijing, China. 8th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5182-K.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Olympic Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "The Olympic men's cycling road race goes past the portrait of Chairman Mao at Tianamen Gate. Beijing, China. 9th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5189-K.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Olympic Folio & Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Britain's Blake Aldridge (left) and Tom Daley (right) competing in the Olympic men's 10m synchro diving final. The Water Cube, Beijing, China. 11th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5190-K.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Olympic Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Olympic Greco-Roman wrestling finals, 84kg division bronze medal match. Nazmi Avluca of Turkey is thrown by China's Sanyi Ma. China Agricultural University Gymnasium, Beijing, China. 14th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5188-K.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Olympic Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Olympic fencing men's individual foil final. Yuki Ota of Japan (left) scores a hit on Benjamin Philip Kleibrink of Germany. The German went on to win the gold. Fencing Hall, Beijing, China. 13th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5186-K.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Olympic Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Michael Phelps of the USA celebrates victory in Olympic men's 100m butterfly final by just 1/100th of a second over Milorad Cavic of Serbia, giving Phelps his seventh gold medal of the games. The Water Cube, Beijing, China. 16th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/5218-K.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Olympic Folio & Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Paula Radcliffe breaks down in tears as she is kissed by husband Gary after she finished 23rd in the Olympic women's marathon, National Stadium, Beijing, China. 17th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/1729-J.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Stoke City v. Leicester City, a Coca-Cola Championship match at the Brittania Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent. Celebrations on the final whistle as Stoke gain promotion to the Premier League and Leicester are relegated to League One. 4th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/1730-H.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "England v. South Africa rugby union match at Twickenham Stadium, London. Phil Vickery (centre) is tackled by Tendai Mtawarira (right) while he hands off Victor Matfield (left) in the eye. 22nd Novermber 2008."} , {src: "2009/1732-O.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Manchester United v. Barcelona, the Champions League semi-final 2nd leg match at Old Trafford, Manchester. Patrice Evra (left) gets an elbow and boot on the chin from Cristiano Ronaldo (top) and Deco (bottom). 29th April 2008."} , {src: "2009/5179-O.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Rafael Nadal smashes during his victory over Nicolas Kiefer on Centre Court at Wimbledon. 28th June 2008."} , {src: "2009/5191-O.jpg", originator: "Tom Jenkins", publisher: "The Guardian", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Fans join together in raising their scarves during the minute's silence in memory of the Munich air crash victims before a Manchester United v. Manchester City F.A. Premier League match at Old Trafford, Manchester. 10th February 2008."} , {src: "2009/5164-O.jpg", originator: "Michael Steele", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Ricky Ponting and Matthew Hayden of Australia lie on the ground along with the Indian players and umpire Billy Bowden as a swarm of bees pass over the ground during day three of the Third Test match between India and Australia at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi, India. 31st October 2008."} , {src: "2009/2546-O.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Jean-Baptiste Grange of France in action on the downhill section of the super combined event of the Mens FIS Ski World Cup in Val d'Isere, France. 3rd February 2008."} , {src: "2009/0773-N.jpg", originator: "Julian Finney", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Roger Federer (right) and Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland celebrate after defeating Thomas Johansson and Simon Aspelin of Sweden during the men's doubles gold medal tennis match at the Beijing Olympic Games. 16th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/6791-J.jpg", originator: "Felipe Trueba Garcia", publisher: "UPPA", category: "Sports Features", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Rafael Nadal with the winner's trophy, following his victory over Roger Federer in their men's singles final at Wimbledon. It ended in near darkness on the Centre Court after 4 hours and 48 minutes. 6th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/6682-O.jpg", originator: "Graham Chadwick", publisher: "Daily Mail", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Rafael Nadal celebrates with the crowd after defeating Roger Federer in the marathon 4 hour 48 minute men's singles final at Wimbledon. 6th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/0781-H.jpg", originator: "Julian Finney", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Action", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Rafael Nadal celebrates at match point in the final against David Ferrer during the Open Sabadell Atlantico tournament at the Real Club in Barcelona, Spain. 4th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/2342-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "New Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton celebrates taking the championship by a single point following the Brazilian Grand Prix at the Interlagos Circuit, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2nd November 2008. "} , {src: "2009/2343-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Lewis Hamilton during the final practice session prior to qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix at the Interlagos Circuit in Sao Paulo, Brazil. 1st November 2008."} , {src: "2009/2344-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Lewis Hamilton celebrates in parc ferme after taking pole position during qualifying for the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit, China. 18th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/2345-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Lewis Hamilton crosses the Anderson Bridge during practice for the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore. The event was the first ever Formula One race held at night. 26th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/2346-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Lewis Hamilton on his way to finishing third in the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore. 28th September 2008."} , {src: "2009/2347-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Lewis Hamilton celebrates victory in the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix at the Monte Carlo Circuit in Monaco. 25th May 2008."} , {src: "2009/2351-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Sunbathers relax as Lewis Hamilton drives by during practice for the Monaco Grand Prix at the Monte Carlo Circuit in Monaco. 22nd May 2008. "} , {src: "2009/2164-N.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: " Lewis Hamilton during practice for the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit, China. 17th October 2008. "} , {src: "2009/0772-N.jpg", originator: "Julian Finney", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Liezel Huber (left) of USA and Cara Black of Zimbabwe in action during the ladies' doubles quarter-final match against Victoria Azarenka of Belarus and Shahar Peer of Israel during the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships in London. 2nd July 2008."} , {src: "2009/2804-H.jpg", originator: "Paul Gilham", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Action", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Competitors race away from the start on the 17.3 kilometre circuit during the Enduropale race, featuring over one thousand motorbikes in the 4th Enduropale du Touquet 2009 at Le Touquet Beach in France. 22nd February 2009."} , {src: "2009/2545-K.jpg", originator: "Clive Mason", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Olympic Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The boat of Nico Luca Marc Delle Karth and Nikolaus Resch of Austria is hit by a wave as they compete in the 49er class race held at the Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center during day 9 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in China. 17th August 2008."} , {src: "2009/3599-H.jpg", originator: "Warren Little", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Features", winning: "FIRST PRIZE", caption: "Film Set ridden by Frankie Dettori wins the Vodafone E.B.F. Maiden Stakes at Newbury Racecourse, England. 9th October 2008."} , {src: "2009/5300-O.jpg", originator: "Eddie Keogh", publisher: "REUTERS", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Lewis Hamilton celebrates as he drives past his pit crew after winning the British F1 Grand Prix at the Silverstone circuit in England. 6th July 2008."} , {src: "2009/2356-A.jpg", originator: "Stuart Harrison", publisher: "Swindon Advertiser", category: "News Folio of the Year", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Jockey Rachael Green is thrown from her horse, Barney's Mate, at the Barbury Castle point-to-point. 12th January 2008."} , {src: "2009/6668-O.jpg", originator: "Dave Shopland", publisher: "", category: "Sports Folio of the Year", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Manchester United v. Chelsea, the Champions' League final. Michael Ballack and his teammates react as their skipper John Terry misses the penalty to win the cup. 21st May 2008. "} , {src: "2009/0263-N.jpg", originator: "Richard Pelham", publisher: "The Sun", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "The Liverpool skipper Stephen Gerrard celebrates his team's progression to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after beating Inter Milan 3-0 on aggregate. 11th March 2008."} , {src: "2009/0010-N.jpg", originator: "Richard Heathcote", publisher: "Getty Images", category: "Sports Specialist Folio", winning: "SELECTED", caption: "Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano of Spain celebrates in the lake around the 18th green after beating Lee Westwood in a play-off during the final round of the Quinn Insurance British Masters on The Brabazon course at The Belfry near Sutton Coldfield, England. 28th September 2008."} ];