TRACK AND FIELD: Tyson Gay of the United States (9.94 seconds) edged Jamaica's Asafa Powell (9.96) in the 100 meters at the British Grand Prix in Gateshead, England.
Other American victors included Walter Dix in the 200, Lolo Jones in the women's hurdles, and Carmelita Jeter in the women's 100.
American hurdler Allen Johnson, an Olympic gold medalist in 1996, announced his retirement at the age of 39. He won four world titles in the 110-meter hurdles.
TENNIS: American Mardy Fish advanced to the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships final in Newport, R.I., by beating Richard Bloomfield of Britain, 7-6 (5), 6-4.
Hungary's Agnes Szavay will defend her title against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder in the final of the Budapest Grand Prix on Sunday.
Australian doubles partners Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde headed a class of seven inductees into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I. Also inducted: Gigi Fernandez, Natasha Zvereva, Owen Davidson, Derek Hardwick, and wheelchair tennis pioneer Brad Parks.
HORSE RACING: Martin Cherry's Pickapocket won the $100,000 Sussex Stakes at Delaware Park in Stanton, Del. Bullsbay was second and Nicanor, the favorite, was third.
Gio Ponti, last year's dual Eclipse Award winner as top older horse and grass champion, snapped a five-race losing streak with a narrow win in the $600,000 Man o' War Stakes at Belmont Park in New York.
Trappe Shot drew off in the stretch for a 21/2-length victory over Nacho Friend in the $175,000 Long Branch Stakes at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J.
FOOTBALL: Two sophomore players for the University of Georgia - tailback Dontavius Jackson and split end Tavarres King - were jailed early Saturday on alcohol-related charges less than a week after a drunken-driving arrest prompted the university's athletic director to resign.
SOCCER: Charlie Davies played the second half of Sochaux's 5-0 exhibition loss against Basel in Switzerland in another positive step in his comeback from a devastating car crash last October.
- Staff and wire reports