CHICAGO. - More than 90 women filed lawsuits on Wednesday against the FBI, accusing former agents at the agency of botching the sex abuse investigation into onetime USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, one of the law firms handling the case said.
New York. - It took Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez just 10 minutes and 33 seconds to lay a beat down on the German fighter Dominic Boesel as the champion from Mexico forced an immediate stoppage after a 4th round knockdown. Taking control of the match early was Zurdo, relying on early uppercuts which broke through Boesel's guard, the German fighter to receive warnings for repeated holds. Much of the match remained in Ramirez's favor, with the waning seconds of the second round being used to focus on the body versus the head. The repeated body blows nearly ended the match between the second & third rounds, as the referee and physician opted to continue the match but felt that a stoppage was possible.
TORONTO. - Jon Rahm will bring added motivation to the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, this week after a positive COVID-19 test got in the way of what looked to be a sure-fire repeat victory a year ago, he said on Tuesday.
MONACO. - Monaco Grand Prix winner Sergio Perez had more to celebrate on Tuesday when Red Bull announced a contract extension keeping the Mexican alongside Formula One world champion Max Verstappen until 2024.
Eugene, Oregon . - Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah triumphed in a 100 metres showdown with American Sha'Carri Richardson and Trayvon Bromell won the men's sprint at Saturday's Prefontaine Classic.
PARIS. - No.17 seed Leylah Fernandez reached the fourth round of Roland Garros for the first time with a 7-5, 3-6, 7-5 against No.14 seed Belinda Bencic in a 2-hour, 49-minute tug-of-war. She will meet No.27 Amanda Anisimova, who advanced after an ankle injury forced Karolina Muchova to retire trailing 6-7(7), 6-2, 3-0.