TRACK AND FIELD
Brianna Rollins, 21, set an American record in the 100-meter hurdles at 12.26 seconds at Saturday’s US track championships in Des Moines, and 17-year-old Mary Cain finished second in the 1,500 meters to earn a spot at the world championships in Moscow in August. Rollins, who set a collegiate mark on her way to an NCAA crown for Clemson two weeks ago, ran the fastest time in 21 years, and only two hurdlers have ever run faster. Cain became the first high schooler to make the world team since Allyson Felix nearly a decade ago. Olympic champion Sanya Richards-Ross was slowed by a surgically repaired right big toe and didn’t qualify in the 400. Michelle Carter set an American record in the shot put (66 feet, 5 inches).
Wade’s knee drained before Game 7
Heat star Dwyane Wade revealed that his left knee was drained and required about eight hours of game-day therapy just so he could play in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, and his right knee pained him so much that he contemplated asking to play limited minutes in Game 7 of the conference finals. Wade also received platelet-rich plasma therapy late in the season to combat three right knee bone bruises . . . Epiphanny Prince scored 21 points to lead the visiting Chicago Sky to a 71-61 victory over the Indiana Fever in WNBA action; Roneeka Hodges scored 19 points and the Shock beat the Seattle Storm, 92-70, in Tulsa.
Allmendinger takes Nationwide race
AJ Allmendinger slid past Justin Allgaier with seven laps to go, then defended his lead through a late restart and a pair of nerve-testing green-white-checkered overtime finishes to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Road America in Elkhart, Wis. The win was a big step for Allmendinger, whose racing career took a wrong turn last year when he failed a NASCAR drug test, resulting in a suspension and the loss of his ride at Penske Racing. Allmendinger was reinstated after completing a NASCAR-affiliated recovery program, and now is getting a limited second chance with the Penske team . . . IndyCar points leader Helio Castroneves claimed the pole at Iowa Speedway, but he’ll start 11th after switching out his engine. Teammate Will Power, who was second in the final heat, will start first alongside James Hinchcliffe . . . Danish driver Allan Simonsen, 34, died following a crash at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in Paris, the first driver fatality at the event since 1997
Trio atop BMW leaderboard in Munich
Alexander Levy overcame two bogeys to shoot a 4-under-par 68 in the third round to pull into a three-way tie with Ernie Els and Alex Noren atop the leaderboard of the BMW International Open in Munich. The trio was even at 15-under 201 heading into Sunday’s final round. Peter Uihlein, from Mattapoisett, Mass., was two shots back after a 67 . . . Stacy Lewis made four straight birdies and eight overall to shoot a 6-under 65 and join a group of four at 10 under after the second round of the LPGA NW Arkansas Championship in Rogers . . . In Glenview, Ill., Craig Stadler grabbed the outright lead at the Encompass Championship, birdieing three of the four par-5s in a 7-under 65 that put him two shots up at 12-under 132.
Harper, Johnson differ on return date
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is not convinced he can begin a rehab assignment as quickly as his manager believes. Davey Johnson said Friday that he expects Harper to start a rehab stint Tuesday at Class A. Harper, out since May 26 with left knee bursitis, said he needs an extra day or two . . . The San Diego Padres placed starter Clayton Richard on the 15-day DL with a left shoulder strain after he was removed from Friday’s start after two pitches . . . Nicolas Mahut won his first ATP title at the age of 31, beating Stanislas Wawrinka, 6-3, 6-4, in the Topshelf Open final in Rosmalen, Netherlands. Earlier, Simona Halep won her second title in two weeks, beating Kirsten Flipkens, 6-4, 6-2 . . . Feliciano Lopez won his third career title when he beat Gilles Simon, 7-6 (7-2), 6-7 (5-7), 6-0, in the Eastbourne final in England, days before they meet in the first round at Wimbledon. Meanwhile, Elena Vesnina won her second WTA title when she defeated Jamie Hampton, 6-2, 6-1 . . . Jan Ullrich, the 1997 Tour de France winner, admitted for the first time that he received blood-doping treatment during his career, according to an interview with a German magazine.