CYCLING:Ty Magner, a 21-year-old from Griffin, Ga. sprinted clear of the three leaders to take the final 30-mile race in the inaugural Chesco Grand Prix in Kennett Square on Friday night. Magner, riding for the powerful BMC Development team, won in a time of 1 hour, 30 minutes and 49 seconds.
Andrew McCullough of Montpelier, Vt., took second place to solidify third overall for his Mt. Borah squad.
The ever-present Canadians, led by four-race winner Bruno Langlois, finished third, fourth, and fifth to clinch the overall team title for Garneau-Quebecor.
BOXING:Wladimir Klitschko stopped Tony Thompson in the sixth round to keep a comfortable hold on his WBA, IBF, and WBO heavyweight titles in Berne, Switzerland, Saturday night.
The 36-year-old champion, 58-3 with 51 knockouts, floored Thompson with a big right hand near the end of the fifth round, and the 40-year-old American never recovered.
The Ukrainian champion dropped Thompson again in the sixth, and referee Sam Williams gave the challenger a standing count before stopping the fight at 2 minutes, 56 seconds.
Thompson, the mandatory challenger nominated by the IBF, fell to 36-3.
SOCCER:American forward Charlie Davies has signed a two-year contract with Danish club Randers, leaving the French team Sochaux. Davies, 26, had become a starter on the U.S. national team before a 2009 car accident nearly took his life.
Watford appointed Gianfranco Zola its manager after the League Championship club's new Italian owners sacked Sean Dyche.
French club Lille signed Ivory Coast forward Salomon Kalou from European Cup winner Chelsea to a four-year deal.
COLLEGES: Ohio State coach Urban Meyer dismissed senior linebacker Storm Klein from the football team after his arrest on domestic violence and assault charges. Klein pleaded not guilty to the charges Saturday after being arrested by Columbus police Friday.
- Staff and wire reports