TOMBA WINS CUP RACE: Italy's Alberto Tomba won his 50th World Cup race Sunday, edging Norway's Hans-Petter Buraas by 0.14 seconds in the slalom in the World Cup finals in Crans Montana, Switzerland.
Austria's Thomas Sykora won the season slalom title. Germany's Martina Ertl won the women's giant slalom title, finishing second to Austria's Alexandra Meissnitzer in the final race.
GRAND PRIX OF MIAMI: Michael Andretti won the Grand Prix of Miami for the second straight year, holding off Canada's Greg Moore on the final lap.
Andretti, the leading active driver with 37 CART FedEx Championship Series victories, led the final 43 laps of the 150-lap race in his Ford-powered Swift.
ABL CHAMPIONSHIP: Valerie Still scored 25 points as the Columbus Quest won their second straight ABL championship with an 86-81 victory over Long Beach Sunday night. Columbus has won 26 consecutive times at home, including the final three games in the best-of-5 series.
VIRGINIA COACH RETIRES: Jeff Jones resigned Sunday night as Virginia's coach after an 11-19 season, the most losses for the Cavaliers in 35 years. Jones was 146-104 in eight seasons at Virginia.
CHAMPIONS CUP: At Indian Wells, Calif., Chile's Marcelo Rios outlasted Britain's Greg Rusedski 6-3, 6-7 (15-17), 7-6 (7-4), 6-4 on Sunday in the final of the Champions Cup.
- At Copenhagen, Denmark, Sweden's Magnus Gustafsson beat Germany's David Prinosil 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 on Sunday in the final of the Copenhagen Open.
Track and field
NCAA TRACK: Robert Howard won his second straight NCAA indoor triple jump title Saturday in Indianapolis to lead Arkansas to its 14th championship in 15 years. Howard had a winning mark of 54 feet, 11/4 inches.
Texas ended LSU's run of five consecutive women's titles, with Suziann Reid winning the 400 meters in 52.57 seconds, and Erin Aldrich taking the high jump at 6-41/4. Texas had 60 points, 30 more than runner-up LSU. Arkansas beat Stanford 56-361/2 in the men's competition.
JONROWE STILL OUT FRONT: DeeDee Jonrowe of Willow interrupted a checkpoint chat with friend and four-time Iditarod champ Susan Butcher to return to the trail, departing with Jeff King as purple twilight descended.
Jonrowe and King, trailmates the past two days, led a pack of nine mushers on Sunday night, including defending champ Martin Buser. King and Jonrowe left Shaktoolik together at 6:41 p.m. Sunday, race officials said.
UTAHN WINS MATCH: Justin Ruiz (117-6), a three-time Utah state champion from Taylorsville High School, recorded a 7-4 victory over Eric Mausser (91-15), a Pennsylvania state runner-up from Sharon High School, in the 189-pound bout as the U.S. All-Star Team took a 23-19 win over the Pennsylvania All-Stars in the 24th Annual Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic.