RIO 400: Canada's Greg Moore outmaneuvered Italy's Alex Zanardi with five laps remaining to win the Rio 400 Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Moore, whose Mercedes-powered Reynard beat Zanardi's Reynard-Honda by nearly a half-second, leads Zanardi by four points in the CART PPG Cup race.
SPANISH GRAND PRIX: Finland's Mika Hakkinen won the Spanish Grand Prix Sunday, driving his McLaren to victory for the third time this year.
The Formula One points leader, who started from the pole, was in command from start to finish. Scotland's David Coulthard finished second, giving McLaren its third 1-2 finish in five races.
GUMOUT LONG LIFE 200: Buckshot Jones, nearly knocked out in a first-lap accident, overcame a broken radiator to come from last place to win the Gumout Long Life Formula 200 on Saturday in Loudon, N.H.
Jones, who started 26th in the 43-car field, finished 2.1 seconds ahead of Tony Stewart. for the Pontiac driver's second Busch series victory.
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: The United States lost to Italy 4-0 on Sunday, leaving the Americans on the verge of relegation from the elite A Pool in the World Championships in Zurich, Switzerland.
The Czech Republic, Sweden, Finland and Switzerland locked up berths in the semifinals. Sweden beat Canada 7-1, the Czech Republic tied Russia 2-2, Finland beat Belarus 5-2, and Switzerland tied Slovakia 1-1.
LIGHTNING GETS TOP PICK: The Tampa Bay Lightning, who finished last during the regular season, will get the first pick in the NHL entry draft.
The Lightning received the right to select first as the result of two earlier trades involving San Jose and Florida.
The Sharks will pick second, with expansion Nashville going third. Vancouver will draft fourth, followed by Anaheim, Calgary, the New York Rangers, Toronto, New York Islanders, Chicago and Carolina.
ITALIAN OPEN: Fifth seed Greg Rusedski tumbled out of the Italian Open in the first round for the fourth time in as many appearances in the Rome tournament when Bohdan Ulihrach beat him 7-5, 7-6 (10-8) Monday.
Rusedski, a U.S. Open finalist last year, had a chance to get back into the match after leading 3-0 in the second set tiebreaker. He then had a set point at 8-7 in the tiebreaker, but lost the last three points of the match.
Another seed exited when Belgium's Filip Dewulf beat No. 7 Jonas Bjorkman 6-2, 6-3.
No. 11 Richard Krajicek did survive, battling back to defeat Mark Philippoussis, 5-7, 7-6 (7-4), 6-1.
IBF LIGHTWEIGHT: Shane Mosley successfully defended his IBF lightweight title Saturday night, stopping John John Molina in the eighth round. Mosley improved to 27-0 with his 25th knockout.