Tyson Gay win 100 in 9.92 in Zagreb
ZAGREB, Croatia — American Tyson Gay beat Jamaican rival Nesta Carter in the 100 meters in the Zagreb World Challenge on Wednesday, finishing in 9.92 seconds after the two briefly touched hands during the race.
World Cup kindles some quirky allegiances
JOHANNESBURG — In India, World Cup fever has fueled a rivalry between rickshaw drivers.
A primer on Slovenia before US matchup
JOHANNESBURG — OK, time to grab a map or look at a globe. The mission: finding Slovenia.
ZAGREB - Croatian police have arrested 22 people suspected of rigging football matches, including two national team players, local reports said Wednesday.
Italy’s Giuliano Razzoli wins Olympic men’s slalom
Top-seed Cilic to quaterfinals at Zagreb Indoors
Tipsarevic upset in 1st round at Zagreb Indoors
Razzoli wins slalom for 1st World Cup victory
Vonn’s injury still playing on her mind
ZAGREB, Croatia — Lindsey Vonn is trying to think Olympics. Her bruised left arm is making it difficult.
Vonn misses gate and loses overall lead
ZAGREB, Croatia — With her arm in a brace and her hand aching, Lindsey Vonn missed a slalom gate and lost her overall lead in the World Cup standings.
Aubert wins World Cup slalom; Vonn doesn’t finish
Vonn to ski with arm injury in slalom in Croatia
Miller, US teammates look to secure Olympic spots
Slovenia’s Jerman wins bumpy Bormio downhill
Bode Miller to skip Bormio downhill
MILAN — Bode Miller will skip the upcoming downhill in Bormio and head back to the United States to let his sprained ankle heal and concentrate on his fitness.
SOELDEN, Austria — Tanja Poutiainen of Finland won the opening race of the ski season Saturday, edging Kathrin Zettel of Austria by 0.01 second in the giant slalom on the Rettenbach glacier.
ZAGREB - The Croatian sports media Monday unanimously pressed the nation’s coach Slaven Bilic to resign after his team is left with only a vague chance to qualify for the 2010 World Cup football.
LONDON — Spain and England are among five European teams that can secure a spot in the 2010 World Cup on Wednesday.
ZAGREB, Croatia, — Olympic gold medalist Dawn Harper of the United States won the 100-meter hurdles at the Zagreb Grand Prix on Monday while Americans Darvis Patton and Mike Rodgers went 1-2 in the men’s 100.