LONDON - Bayern Munich overcame the heartbreak of losing two finals in three seasons by beating Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in a memorable all-German Champions League final on Saturday to become European champions for the fifth time.
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NEW YORK - Former world champion Tyson Gay, free from injury for one of the few times in recent years, blitzed his rivals on Saturday to win the 100 metres at the Adidas Grand Prix.
- Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at the Premier League club until 2017, City said on Saturday.
INDIANAPOLIS - While Formula One flirts with the idea of a female driver, girl power is already as much a part of the Indianapolis 500 as turbo-charged engines and the winner chugging cold milk in Victory Lane.
VIRGINIA WATER, England - Spain's Alejandro Canizares is hoping to pull off a remarkable victory at the PGA Championship, three and a half weeks after being diagnosed with viral meningitis.
LONDON - England hooker Dylan Hartley looks set to lose his British and Irish Lions place after being sent off for calling the referee a cheat in Saturday's English Premiership final in which his Northampton team were beaten 37-17 by Leicester.
The first all German final of the world's most prestigious club soccer competition comes to Wembley in London as some of Europe's finest look to put on a show.