Newsbeat's week in sports pictures: Friday 25 July

25 July 2014 Last updated at 11:04

Team Wales announces withdrawal of Rhys Williams from the Commonwealth Games.
Rhys Williams
Team Wales has announced the withdrawal of Rhys Williams from the Commonwealth Games. Williams has been provisionally suspended from all competitions after being charged with committing an anti-doping offence.
Michael Jamieson and Ross Murdoch
Scotland's Ross Murdoch upset home favourite Michael Jamieson (left) to win the Commonwealth Games 200m breaststroke final as the hosts secured four golds in the space of three hours.
Alistair Brownlee, Jonny Brownlee and Sir Bradley Wiggins
Alistair Brownlee (centre) picked up gold in the Commonwealth triathlon with his brother Jonny winning the silver medal. England topped the medal table after the opening day with cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins (right) taking silver as part of the 4000m team pursuit.
Mo Farah
Team England have confirmed that Mo Farah will not compete at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. He said: "My body is telling me it's not ready to race yet."
Commonwealth Games opening ceremony
The Queen has officially opened the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park in Glasgow in front of a 40,000-strong crowd and a global TV audience up to one billion people.
James Rodriguez
Real Madrid have signed Colombia forward James Rodriguez, the top scorer at the 2014 World Cup, from Monaco for a fee which could reach £71m.
Steven Gerrard
England captain Steven Gerrard has announced his international retirement with immediate effect. Gerrard made his debut in 2000 in a 2-0 win over Ukraine at Wembley and went on to play 114 times for England.
Stuart Broad
Stuart Broad is caught behind for eight runs as England were bowled out for 223. It means India have won the second Test at Lords by 95 runs.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson
England's Katarina Johnson-Thompson will miss the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow because of a foot injury. The 21-year-old was told to withdraw on medical advice.
Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy clinched his first Open Championship and third major title with a two-shot victory over Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler the final day at Hoylake.