Source: IHT.com Sports News
After two years in which it reported the biggest losses ever by a soccer club, Chelsea said Monday that it had trimmed its deficit to just over £80 million in the year to June 2006.
Phil Mickelson bogeyed the 72nd hole at the Nissan Open and lost in a playoff to Charles Howell, who won his first U.S. tour title in five years.
The end of the season opening Daytona 500 was like the climactic chase scene from "Mad Max," Kevin Harvick and Mark Martin raced side by side for the line as car parts, smoke and sparks flew through the air behind them.
Beneath the feather headdresses of the local showgirls, the flashing strobe lights and Wayne Newton's makeup, there had to be a game somewhere.
One person who understands how to bring passion to Alpine ski racing is the Frenchman who won all three gold medals at the 1968 Winter Olympics.
David Beckham and Ronaldo, former teammates of the faded galáctico period of Real Madrid, are tackling advancing years along separate paths.
Amélie Mauresmo beat Kim Clijsters in the Diamond Games final Sunday, becoming the first player to win the event's diamond-studded gold racket.
The FIFA president, Sepp Blatter, wants tougher punishments for clubs with violent fans.
Ross Taylor made 117 to lead a record run chase as New Zealand beat Australia by five wickets Sunday to clinch the three-match series 2-0.