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 photos from all over, from a unique sporting experience at Fenway Park to the Knicks getting pumped up about a win at the Garden.
Here are the top 14 photos from Nov. 14-20.
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Danica Patrick holds her feet to the fire, literally, as she tries to get away from her wrecked car during Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 17. Martin Truex Jr. won the race to capture his first Cup Series championship. It was the 11th DNF for Patrick this year, who is retiring from full-time racing.
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Smile! The Chargers defense poses for a celebratory photo after securing one of Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman's five interceptions in L.A.'s dominant 54-24 victory. Peterman was benched for former starter Tyrod Taylor in the middle of the game, but the existing hole was too big for the Bills -- and their coach -- to climb out of.
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Jamie Greubel Poser and Lauren Gibbs whip around the track at the MW IBSF Bobsleigh and Skeleton World Cup on Nov. 17. The American duo took home the title, finishing three seconds faster than the second-place finishers.
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Davinson Sanchez takes to the air to challenge Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez as he advances the ball in Arsenal's 2-0 victory over Tottenham on Nov. 18. The latter Sanchez netted a goal in the 41st minute to pad The Gunners' lead.
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Green is good for Lawrence Cager as he corrals a pass and finds paydirt for Miami against Virginia on Saturday. Cager's only catch of the game helped the Hurricanes remain undefeated with a 44-28 victory.
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Courtney Lee celebrates with teammate Tim Hardaway Jr. after he iced the Knicks' win over the Jazz with a three in the final minute. New York took a 106-101 victory, largely thanks to Hardaway's 26 points.
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Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk smashes Carolina's Jordan Staal into the glass during their tilt on Nov. 16 at the Barclays Center. The Hurricanes struck for three first-period goals and wound up with a 4-2 victory.
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Craig Breen and Scott Martin slide through the dirt and mud on Day 1 of the World Rally Car Australia event on Nov. 17. The duo was unable to grab a podium spot after attempting to traverse the difficult terrain.
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Udoka Azubuike splits the defense and finishes with a monster dunk against South Dakota State on Nov. 17. Azubuike's 17 points led his Kansas squad to a 98-64 victory over the Jackrabbits.
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The New York Giants take the field at MetLife Stadium on Sunday before their contest against the Chiefs. New York earned a hard-fought 12-9 victory over Kansas City, with Aldrick Rosas kicking a 23-yard field goal to give Big Blue its second win of the year.
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Damien Brown lands a devastating punch to Frank Camacho's face at UFC Fight Night at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney on Nov. 19. Their brawl helped set the record for total fight time at a 13-bout UFC event, and Camacho pulled out a split-decision victory.
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Wake Forest waits in the shadows as the team prepares for its showdown against North Carolina State on Nov. 18. The Demon Deacons pulled out a 30-24 victory over the 19th-ranked Wolfpack.
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Grigor Dimitrov triumphantly hoists the Nitto ATP World Tour Finals trophy after defeating David Goffin in the finals. The Bulgaria native has been referred to as "Baby Fed," in reference to the similarities between him and Roger Federer.
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Dublin and Galway bring a taste of Ireland to Fenway Park on Nov. 19, competing in the 2017 AIG Fenway Hurling Classic and Irish Festival on the hallowed grounds of the famed ballpark. The match was one of three hurling tilts on the day, which followed a lively Irish festival that celebrated traditional Irish culture.