By SoE Staff

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 colorful jerseys and personalities during MLB's inaugural Players Weekend to three all-time soccer legends in one room.

Here are the top 14 photos from Oct. 31-Nov. 6.

No. 14


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Talk about a high horse! Copperfacejack, along with jockey Gavin Sheehan, leap over the barrier during The Bet Totetrifecta At Novices Handicap Steeple Chase on Nov. 1. The pair leaped over the competition, too, winning the race in Taunton, U.K.

No. 13


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Hopefully for Tennessee, and defensive back Nigel Warrior, their victory over Southern Mississippi can flip the script on an underwhelming season. At 4-5, the Volunteers have some work to do to become bowl-eligible, but their 24-10 triumph is a step in the right direction after losing four straight.

No. 12


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Competitors get ready to go take a swim not at high noon, but at high moon during the Ironman Florida event on Nov. 4. James Burke, Derk De Korver and Quentin Kurc Boucau all finished with 5000 points to lead the pack.

No. 11


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Nail Yakupov celebrates his third-period goal that gave Colorado a 4-3 lead over the Flyers on Nov. 4. Philadelphia would tie it one minute later, but the Avalanche would prevail in a 5-4 shootout victory.

No. 10


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It was a Dallas dousing in the Astros clubhouse has former Cy Young winner Dallas Keuchel sprayed his teammates with celebratory champagne after the Astros won the World Series. Keuchel posted his third sub-3.00 regular-season ERA in four years for the Astros, who won over 100 games.

No. 9


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Grace Booker turns the Farah Palmer Cup Premiership Final tilt between Counties Manukau and Canterbury into a tug of war as she tries to pull Serai Murray-Wihongi over the sideline. Canterbury won their first-ever women's national rugby title in the match in their eighth try on a timely score from Rebecca Todd on Oct. 29

No. 8


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Justin Verlander and Kate Upton were all smiles after the Astros' World Series-clinching victory at Dodger Stadium. The couple had more to smile about just a few days later, when they tied the knot in Italy.

No. 7


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Ain't that a kick in the head? Ovince Saint Preux connects with Corey Anderson's noggin at UFC 217 in New York. Saint Preux earned a knockout decision over Anderson with this blow, one of the highlight shots of the year in mixed martial arts.

No. 6


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An orange haze was all around the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on Nov. 1. These golfers walked off the 17th tee with the fiery backdrop, and Aditi Ashok walked off the course on the final day with the victory, finishing the weekend with a three-under final round to claim the trophy.

No. 5


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Alex Bregman soaks in the moment after his Astros took down the Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series. The third baseman slugged a pair of homers in the seven-game set and held steady at third base for Houston.

No. 4


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It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman! Cam Newton flies like the Man of Steel into the endzone for a touchdown against the Falcons on Nov. 5. The Panthers, thanks to Newton's 86 yards on the ground and this score, scratched out a 20-17 victory over the defending NFC champions.

No. 3


PHOTO: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images for Texas Motor Speedway

Danica Patrick races past everything under the sun during qualifying for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series AAA Texas 500 on Nov. 3. Unfortunately for Patrick, she didn't shine come race time, finishing in 17th place.

No. 2


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Chris Ziemann bikes in black and white during the Ironman Florida competition on Nov. 4. Ziemann finished in 22nd place at the event, but tallied just 56 points less than the three competitors who tied for first.

No. 1


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It feels like the first time! The Houston Astros finally became World Series champions with a Game 7 triumph over the Dodgers in Los Angeles. The franchise won the title in their second-ever Fall Classic appearance after being swept by the White Sox in 2005.