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. 14 to No. 1.

This past week, we saw amazing pics from all over, from an emotional, upset win in international sprinting to arguably the greatest catch of the year at Fenway Park.

Here are the top 14 photos from August 1-7.

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No. 14


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A wet uniform has never felt better for Red Sox catcher Christian Vazquez, who hit a walkoff three-run homer to lift his team past the Indians, 12-10, on Aug. 1. Teammate Xander Bogaerts, who went 1-5 in the back-and-forth affair, had the honor of giving his teammate an impromptu Gatorade bath.

No. 13


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Long-distance running legend Mo Farah stares down his competition, Abadi Hadis of Ethiopia, during the men's 10,000 meters final at the IAAF World Championships. Farah, competing in his final track event before switching to marathons in competition, won gold, his 10th consecutive Olympic or World Championship gold medal.

No. 12


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Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia started off the second game of a doubleheader against the Royals by flashing some leather, making a sliding catch against the stands in the first inning. Seattle won the first game of the twin bill, but dropped the second as they try and keep their playoff hopes alive.

No. 11


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SunTrust Park, the new home of the Braves, provides awe-inspiring views of the Georgia sunset, like the one shown here, during an Aug. 2 tilt against the Dodgers.

No. 10


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Dodgers second baseman Logan Forsythe gets down and dirty trying to steal second base in a contest against the Braves. Forsythe was thrown out, but that didn't stop his team from taking a 3-2 victory, which helped Los Angeles to the best 50-game stretch by any team since 1912.

No. 9


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Just like his shadow, the legacy of Mike Trout is becoming larger than life. Since returning from a thumb injury, Trout has hit .355 with six homers and has wiggled his way back into AL MVP Award consideration. He's finished in the top two of MVP Award voting in each of his first five full seasons. Oh, and he hit a home run on his birthday!

No. 8


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A pair of North Americans -- Canada's Matthew Hughes and Stanley Kipoech Kebenei of the United States -- battle it out while their competitors try and chase them down during the men's 3,000 meters steeplechase heats on Day 3 of the IAAF World Championships. Both would make it into the finals.

No. 7


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Justin Gatlin silences the questions about who will reign in the 100 meters after Usain Bolt's retirement. Gatlin beat Bolt in the 100 meters final at the IAAF World Championships on Aug. 5, while Bolt finished third in the final race of his career.

No. 6


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Nigel "The Freeze" Talton races around the warning track in an ice-cold blur after the fifth inning at SunTrust Park on Aug. 1. The Freeze has been leaving fans in the dust, literally, all season long, and even made his way to the All-Star Game in Miami last month.

No. 5


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American Catherine Bellis lunges to return a shot from Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic during the quarterfinals of the Bank of the West Classic on Aug. 4. Bellis would move on to the semis in a straight-set victory.

No. 4


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Matthew Kreuzer of the Carlton Blues launches a kick during his side's match against the Essendon Bombers in Australian Football League play on Aug. 5. The Bombers pulled out a key victory that kept their dreams of a finals berth alive.

No. 3


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Just keep swimming. Participants in the Ironman Maastricht-Limburg in the Netherlands trudge towards the finish line during the swimming portion of the event. Michael Weiss, an Austrian athlete, won the competition with 5,000 points, 64 more than the second-place finisher.

No. 2


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Gatlin leans past the finish line to win the 100 meters final by a nose at the IAAF World Championships. Speedster Usain Bolt, in his final race, finished third, behind Gatlin and another American, Christian Coleman.

No. 1


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In case you couldn't recognize him by his cleats, that's Indians center fielder Austin Jackson tumbling over the wall at Fenway Park, completing one of the most incredible catches of the season (and possibly the decade). Even Red Sox fans stood in awe as he robbed Hanley Ramirez of a home run.