Power takes Watkins Glen

Will Power won the Camping World Grand Prix at Watkins Glen International with a commanding performance Sunday, giving Team Penske its first IndyCar Series win at the storied road course. Power, the series points leader, started from the pole and led 45 of 60 laps around the 11-turn, 3.4-mile road course. He beat teammate Ryan Briscoe by 1.2 seconds for his third win of the season, all on road or street courses. Dario Franchitti was third, followed by Raphael Matos and Mario Moraes. Danica Patrick finished 20th.


Rose holds on for AT&T victory

Justin Rose had to sweat out the final five holes at steamy Aronimink in Newtown Square, Pa., to win the AT&T National by one shot for his second PGA Tour title in his last three starts. The 29-year-old Englishman closed with an even-par 70 for a one-shot victory over Ryan Moore, who finished with eight straight one-putt greens for a 65. Tiger Woods closed with a 71, the first time in 11 years that he failed to finish a regular PGA Tour event without breaking par in any of the four rounds.

Mize tops Cook by a stroke

Larry Mize shot a final-round 64 to win the inaugural Montreal Championship in Blainville, Quebec, by one stroke over John Cook for his first career victory on the Champions Tour. The 1987 Masters champion had seven birdies, an eagle and a bogey on the 7,105-yard par-72 course.

Choi wins Jamie Farr in playoff

Na Yeon Choi made a 21/2-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to win the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic in Sylvania, Ohio. Choi had rounds of 64, 67, 68 and 71 to finish at 270.


Petacchi on top after first stage

Alessandro Petacchi of Italy won the crash-marred first stage of the Tour de France. Three crashes tangled up riders in the last few miles, including a big crash within the last half-mile that stalled race leader Fabian Cancellara and Lance Armstrong amid a large bunch. The top of the standings didn't change: Cancellara, the Swiss who won Saturday's prologue, retained the yellow jersey and seven-time Tour champion Armstrong remains fourth, 22 seconds back. - AP

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