By SoE Staff; Photos by Getty Images

As part of an ongoing series, Sports on Earth is partnering with Getty Images to bring you the best snapshots from around the sports world each week, from No. 13 to No. 1.

This past week, we saw amazing pics from all over, featuring a devil at the Tour de France, a tumble in the 100-meter hurdles and a very expensive bottle of champagne.

Here are the top 13 photos from July 4-10. Follow @gettysport on Instagram and Twitter for more outstanding moments.

No. 13


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Avery Drost dives to set up a spike opportunity for teammate Chase Frishman, as they face off against Ed Ratledge and Eric Zaun in the gold-medal round of the AVP San Francisco Open. The beach volleyball duo would eventually lose in three rounds.

No. 12


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Chris Taylor celebrates his game-winning hit with Dodgers teammates Justin Turner and Enrique Hernandez. Taylor's knock against the division-rival Diamondbacks was his fourth of the night and first ever walk-off. The Dodgers, like the Astros, are on pace to break 100 wins this season.

No. 11


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Liam and Naomi Broady of Great Britain face off against Roman Jebavy and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic at Wimbledon. Jebavy and Hradecka would go on to defeat the British duo in two rounds on Day 6 in London.

No. 10


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Rockies relief pitcher Jordan Lyles holds the Reds scoreless in 1 2/3 innings of relief at Coors Field. Lyles was able to lower his ERA after a difficult June, and the Rockies entered the All-Star break still in contention in the National League West.

No. 9


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Dominic Thiem follows through on a serve against Vasek Pospisil in their opening-round matchup at Wimbledon. The eighth-seeded Thiem took the match in straight sets and reached the fourth round at this tournament for the first time in his career, although he was then upset by 11th-seeded Tomas Berdych in five sets.

No. 8


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U.S. hurdler Jasmin Stowers takes a tumble while countrymate Kendra Harrison wins the Women's 100-meter hurdles final at the Muller Anniversary Games in London. This was Harrison's first outdoor national title, which she earned despite recovering from a broken hand.

No. 7


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For Martin Truex Jr., the victory smells like smoke and burning rubber. Truex celebrated his win at the Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts. The 37-year-old driver became the first NASCAR competitor to lead for 1,000 laps this season.

No. 6


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Carlos Sainz Jr. of Spain navigates the red-and-white jungle at the Formula One Grand Prix of Austria. The colors represent the flag of the host nation and are also the featured colors of the sponsor, Red Bull.

No. 5


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Brazil's Fabricio Werdum lands a kick as Netherlands fighter Alistair Overeem attempts a block during their heavyweight matchup at the UFC 213 Event in Las Vegas. Overeem won by a majority decision in three rounds despite Werdum's valiant attempts at a comeback.

No. 4


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It's not the most efficient way to drink a $3,000 bottle of champagne, but that's not a big concern for Valtteri Bottas. The Finnish driver enjoyed this frothy celebration after winning the Formula One Grand Prix of Austria. No word on who paid for the bubbly.

No. 3


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For the cyclists in the Tour de France, there's nothing out of the ordinary in this picture. Not even the devil himself could break their focus during the seventh stage of the race. Of course, that's not actually a demon; it's Didi "El Diablo" Senft, whose cloaked crusades have become something of a legend during the three-week race. 

No. 2


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French Guiana's striker Sloan Privat rallies through a rainy tournament against Team Canada in the CONCACAF Gold Cup group stage at Red Bull Arena in New Jersey. His team would go on to lose 4-2 despite a near comeback victory.

No. 1


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No, this isn't a snapshot from the Mad Max franchise. This is Supercar driver Scott McLaughlin burning through part of the Townsville 400. The New Zealand-born driver took the lead in the Supercars Championship in Australia by winning this race.