2014 Eyes of History: Still Contest: Picture Story Sports

A series of sports pictures that depicts a story line or single theme. (A picture story depicting the President of the United States, other U.S. politicians, or U.S. politics is NOT eligible in this category.) 12 photos maximum per story

First Place

Marvin Joseph, The Washington Post
Jake the Wonder Teen: Jake Schellenschlager at just 14 years old is a competitive bodybuilder and powerlifter. He weight trains seven days a week and competes throughout the year in multiple competitions. He is an all natural competitor (meaning NO STEROIDS) and is strong enough to lift more than twice his own bodyweight. Jake has been training since he was 12 when he saw his dad working out and told him he wanted to be the world's strongest kid. He has been setting world records for his weight class - under 123 pounds - after devoting himself to training for the last two-and-a-half years.

Second Place

Brendan Smialowski, Agence France-Presse
No Tiger: Tiger Woods sat out this year’s AT&T National at Congressional Country Club in Maryland. With the super star golfer and many of his top competitors absent annual golf tournament did not draw the same crowds of spectators. Nevertheless the event offered golf fans four days of spectating where they did not have to compete at the same level for view of players. A girl walks up to a Bridgestone's Tire advertisement shaped like a giant golf ball during the 3rd round of the Professional Golfers' Association of America's AT&T National tournament at Congressional Country Club June 29, 2013 in Bethesda, Maryland.

Third Place

Patrick Smith, freelance for Getty Images
Orioles Magic: A glimpse of the Baltimore Orioles season from home run slugger Chris Davis to sleeping grounds crew and everything in-between.