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Busch steals spotlight from younger brother

BRISTOL, Tenn.—Kurt Busch stole the spotlight from his younger brother Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway to snap a 58-race winless streak and grab an overdue short-track victory.

Busch won for the first time this season—and first since the 2017 season-opening Daytona 500—but it was his sixth victory on the 0.533-mile bullring he once dominated.

Bombers stumble against Redblacks

WINNIPEG—Ask Ottawa quarterback Trevor Harris about the accuracy of the throws that demolished the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday night and he spreads the credit around.

“Our efficiency is because of our offensive line and our receivers,” Harris said after his Redblacks (6-3) beat the Bombers 44-21, extending Ottawa's lead atop the CFL's East Division to six points.

Is yoga more beneficial than stretching for NFL players?

NEW YORK — During the mandatory rookie camp back in June, the New York Giants required players to take a yoga class. Running back Robert Martin walked in, looked around at his new teammates and thought, man, this is crazy.

“We usually don’t do yoga,” he said. “We stretch, but we don’t do yoga.”

Even as a first-timer, though, Martin immediately knew how the two were different .

'Bubble' players in spotlight

It's time for the PGA Tour's “bubble” players to take centre stage.

The field at the Wyndham Championship once again is packed with players trying to play their way into golf's post-season and keep their tour cards for 2019.

Only two of the top 30 players on the points list will tee it up today when the tournament begins at par-70 Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C.

Williams bounces back

MASON, Ohio—Serena Williams bounced back from the most lopsided loss of her career, cruising past Daria Gavrilova 6-1, 6-2 at the Western & Southern Open today.

Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam winner who returned to the tour this year after the birth of her first child, needed just 65 minutes to dispatch Gavrilova.