The Week in Sports Pictures: June 21 - June 27, 2010
Russian rider Alex Kolesnikov performs in front of St. Basil's Basilica on Red Square in Moscow on Saturday during the Red Bull X-Fighters event.
A great fall
Prince Harry falls off his horse during the 3rd annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Governors Island on Sunday in New York City.
Germany's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer watches as the ball crosses the line during a World Cup match against England on Sunday. The referee mistakenly ruled that the ball did not cross the line, robbing England of a goal in what would become a 4-1 victory for Germany.
Washington Nationals runner Nyjer Morgan gets safely back to first base as Baltimore Orioles player Scott Moore bobbles the ball during a game on Saturday in Baltimore.
Raising the bar
Chaunte Lowe leaps to an American record in the womens high Jump during the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa on Saturday.
Football fans cheer as video images of Argentina coach Diego Maradona are shown on a screen before the start of the a World Cup match between Argentina and Mexico on Sunday in Soweto, South Africa.
Serena Williams, left, and Venus Williams prepare to receive a serve in their doubles match against Julie Ditty of the U.S. and Renata Voracova of the Czech Republic on Tuesday at Wimbledon.
Fans try to catch a foul ball hit by St. Louis Cardinals batter Jason LaRue during the second inning of a game against the Kansas City Royals on Friday in Kansas City, Mo.
Boats sail the Baltic Sea off the coast of Kiel, Germany on Tuesday, while two aircrafts' contrails cross in the sky above. The annual Kiel Sailing Week, gathering some 5,000 maritime enthusiasts from around 50 countries, is expected by organizers to attract up to three million visitors.
Down and out
Lawrence and Margaret Purke, parents of TCU pitcher Matt Purke, comfort him after TCU lost 10-3 to UCLA in a College World Series elimination game, in Omaha, Neb., on Saturday. UCLA advanced to the championship series with the win, while TCU was eliminated.
John Isner of the U.S. reacts as he defeats France's Nicolas Mahut, in their epic men's singles match at Wimbledon on Thursday. The match dragged on for more than 11 hours before Isner came away with the victory.