Sports photos of the year in St. Petersburg

Photography is another way of informing and the images can last forever. Sports photography is no different because it is another way for people to find out more about sports.

But it’s also a way to show how passionate athletes are, because words on paper or on screen can’t really tell a story. Seeing photos of hard-working athletes can teach the world a lot about sport and humans.

Over the past few months, photography has always been lumped together with stories for a football or basketball game. While some shots have been more successful than others, there will always be a good photo to talk about as each photo tells a story about the game or the person.

They have taught us to always move forward, even if something is holding you back.

Some have shown they need speed.

Zahmarie White-Muhammad, runs up for a touchdown against Armstrong-Kennedy.

They even reminded us to face life head on.

Zahmarie White Muhammad stalks his prey as he prepares the tackle.

They taught us to celebrate.

With a forced fumble from Wave's head coach, Mike Scott sets off on a celebratory run and a fist pump.

They even taught us to fly …

No one can stop a wave when it takes off.

They showed us what concentration looks like.

Tylik Lawerence tries hard not to have any penetration on the pitch.

How to find the right person was also on the list.

Scott looks up to score or pass on a quick break.

Don’t be disturbed by anyone who gets in their way.

Tanaya Williams drives on a quick break.

But above all, they taught us what a family is.

Team caucus in an interlude period.

Zoe Collins Rath (she / she) is a sports and education reporter for the Progress-Index. Sometimes email her at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter @ zoe_jordan99.

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