City officials said that they have talked to the USOC for the past several months about helping it find new space are prepared to make a commitment.
The USOC moved to Colorado Springs from New York City in 1978.
* David Ferrer overpowered Richard Gasquet, 6-1, 6-2, to win the Japan Open in Tokyo for his third title of the year. On Saturday, Venus Williams was upset by Virginie Razzano, 4-6, 7-6 (7), 6-4.
* Pauline Parmentier won her first career WTA Tour final, upsetting top-seeded Victoria Azarenka, 7-5, 6-2, in the final of the Tashkent (Uzbekistan) Open.
* Former soccer star Diego Maradona was stopped by airport police in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after arriving on a flight from Italy, taken before a judge and told he faced a civil case involving injuries in a transit accident, local reports said. Airport police said they stopped Maradona and that he was taken by police car to a court and advised of a pending civil case involving a Feb. 10, 2006, accident, according to the official government news agency Telam. The report said Maradona was sought after failing to heed earlier court summons.
* Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari won the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton of McLaren missed his chance to clinch the drivers' title by spinning out entering the pits.
* Football is returning at Mansfield University, which dropped its Division II program nearly a year ago because of budget constraints. Mansfield will join the non-scholarship Collegiate Sprint Football League, which limits players from weighing more than 172 pounds. Navy, Army, Cornell, Penn and Princeton also have teams in the league. *