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Jin Young Ko of South Korea closed with a 3-under 69 to win the rain-shortened Cambia Portland Classic on Sunday by four shots.

Jin Young Ko wins LPGA Tour’s rain-shortened Cambia Portland Classic

Making her first start since the Tokyo Olympics, the South Korean player closed with a 3-under 69 to win by four strokes.

Jimmy Greaves.

Jimmy Greaves, former England soccer striker, dies at 81

Jimmy Greaves, the fourth-highest goal-scorer for England’s national soccer team who scored on his debut for every team he played for, has died. He was 81.

NASCAR | Bristol Motor Speedway
Kyle Larson celebrates his NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tenn., on Saturday night.

Kyle Larson wins at Bristol while Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott feud

Larson denied Harvick his first win of the season with a masterful pass at Bristol that was overshadowed by a post-race skirmish between Harvick and Elliott.

US International Figure Skating Classic
Lorraine McNamara and Anton Spiridonov, representing the United States, finished fifth in the Senior Free Dance at the 2021 US International Figure Skating Classic in Norwood.

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Alexandra Trusova struggles to land quads but edges Yeonjeong Park to win the free skate at US International Figure Skating Classic

Trusova, the reigning world bronze medalist and one of Russia’s deep roster of jumping talents, attempted five quadruple jumps, the most ever done by a woman.

Sports Log
Cleveland Browns safety Ronnie Harrison Jr. was hit with a $12,128 fine for his sideline skirmish with Chiefs assistant Greg Lewis in last Sunday's opener in Kansas City.

Browns S Ronnie Harrison fined $12,128 for sideline fracas with Chiefs assistant coach

Harrison was fined for unsportsmanlike conduct after he shoved Kansas City assistant coach Greg Lewis during a sideline skirmish in last week’s season opener.

Ryder Cup
Bryson DeChambeau usually marches to his own beat, so it will be interesting to see how he blends in with his United States teammates during the Ryder Cup, despite being at odds with a few of them.

Non-conforming Bryson DeChambeau must fit in with Ryder Cup teammates

When Bryson DeChambeau arrives at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin for the showdown between the United States and Europe that opens Sept. 24, the 6-foot-1, 235-pound disrupter with a world-leading driving average of 323.7 yards will bring with him an epic amount of baggage.

Golf roundup
“Putter got hot there late on the back nine,” said Jim Knous, who lines up his putt on the 18th hole during round three of the Fortinet Championship.

Jim Knous and Maverick McNealy share lead at Fortinet Championship after third round

Knous shot a 7-under-par 65 and McNealy, the second-round leader, had four bogeys on the front nine, then closed with three consecutive birdies for a 70.

With his 183-yard effort at Georgetown Saturday, Harvard junior Aaron Shampklin registered the fifth 100-yard rushing performance of his college career.

Aaron Shampklin runs for 183 yards and two touchdowns as Harvard dispatches Georgetown

Harvard scored a touchdown on its opening three drives.