• Comeback kid? Tommy Haas, 38, returns for proper farewell
    The Associated Press1 hour ago

    Comeback kid? Tommy Haas, 38, returns for proper farewell

    Tommy Haas already has a job as the tournament director at the Indian Wells event in California when he finally decides to hang up his tennis racket after two decades on tour. ''I would love to see (her) sit in my box the next few months and watch her daddy play and realize what I'm doing

  • Paralympic great Weir brands British Athletics 'a joke'
    Reuters

    Paralympic great Weir brands British Athletics 'a joke'

    Six-time Paralympics gold medalist David Weir labeled British Athletics "a joke" on Tuesday and said he would never represent his country again. Weir, who won four golds at the London 2012 Games and two in Beijing four years earlier, took to his Twitter account to vent his anger, without detailing

  • Jamaican bobsled team crowdfunds for coach
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    Jamaican bobsled team crowdfunds for coach

    Winston Watts of Jamaica pilots a bobsleigh practice run ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics at the Sanki Sliding Center. This might be the sequel to Cool Runnings everyone has been waiting for. The Jamaican Bobsled team needs a coach and with John Candy’s fictional character of Irv Blitzer nowhere

  • Chile amateur goes from no big victories to Masters
    The Associated Press

    Chile amateur goes from no big victories to Masters

    Toto Gana hit what he described as the ''best shot I've hit in my whole life,'' a wedge to 3 feet for a birdie to win the Latin America Amateur Championship and earn a trip to the Masters in April. Asked what his greatest achievement in golf was before his victory in Panama, the