- Bettman not bullish about NHL participation in 2018 Olympics
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The NHL remains open to continuing to send its players to the Olympics, just so long as it doesn't have foot the bill.
- Velodrome: Most delayed Rio Olympic venue hits another snag
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The Rio de Janeiro Olympic venue facing the most serious construction delay has hit another snag, with City Hall saying it is changing contractors for the track cycling velodrome.
- Pau Gasol considering skipping Olympics because of Zika
MADRID (AP) — Pau Gasol is considering not playing at the Olympics because of the Zika virus.
- Paralympics 100 days away; city planning ticket give-away
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Tickets sales for the Paralympic Games are lagging, but they are getting a big boost from an unexpected source — the city of Rio de Janeiro.
- Paralympic jumper maintains Olympic hopes despite questions
COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — Paralympic long jump champion Markus Rehm is still hoping to compete at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro despite a scientific study's inconclusive findings on whether his carbon-fiber prosthesis gives him an unfair advantage over able-bodied athletes.
- French Open Lookahead: Venus Williams seeks 1st QF in decade
PARIS (AP) — Five of the first 10 times Venus Williams entered the French Open, she made it to at least the quarterfinals, including a run to the final in 2002.
- The Latest: Day of firsts for Hamilton, Rossi and Truex
The latest on motorsport's busiest day, with Formula One's Monaco Grand Prix followed by the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 (all times local):
- Party Around the World: Great sports, great spots to party
From the breathtaking view at a ski station in the French Alps to a horse race that "stops the nation" Down Under to the wackiest golf hole in the Arizona desert — make that the entire planet — sports fans will find the party.
- Tennis federation head: 'An awful lot of work' needed in Rio
PARIS (AP) — The head of the International Tennis Federation said Sunday that there is "still an awful lot of work that needs to go on" to have his sport's venue ready for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in August.
- The newest face of US water polo didn't come from California
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. (AP) — Donna Johnson just wanted her five children to be safe around the pool at her Miami home. That was it, really, the first step in Ashleigh Johnson's path from prodigy to USA water polo.
- Justin Gatlin wins 100 at Prefontaine Classic
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Justin Gatlin considers himself an antsy person, finding it hard to wait early in the season for the fast times he hopes to have later in the year.
- Vuitton show draws fashion world to crisis-hit Brazil
NITEROI, Brazil (AP) — The elite of the fashion world flocked to Brazil, defying an outbreak of the Zika virus, an economic meltdown and the deep political crisis afflicting the country to attend a runway show Saturday by revered French label Louis Vuitton.
- 'For the moment,' Djokovic plans to compete at Rio Olympics
PARIS (AP) — Top-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic says canceling the Olympics "is unthinkable" and, "for the moment," he is still planning to compete at the Rio de Janiero Games, despite worries about the Zika virus.
- UN health agency rejects call to postpone Rio Olympics
BERLIN (AP) — The World Health Organization on Saturday rejected a call from 150 health experts to consider postponing or moving the Rio Summer Olympics due to the Zika virus in hard-hit Brazil, arguing that the shift would make no significant difference to the spread of the virus.
- Injured snowboarder helps other brain injury survivors
LINCOLN, Vt. (AP) — A near-fatal halfpipe crash while training for the 2010 Olympics ended Kevin Pearce's snowboarding career and changed his life forever. Six years later, Pearce, 28, continues to cope with his traumatic brain injury that he will carry with him for the rest of his life and he's helping other survivors do the same.