Four Continents ice dancing won by U.S.
Madison Chock and Evan
Bates of the United States captured their first major international title, winning the ice dancing competition at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Anaheim, California.
Chock and Bates, second at the U.S. Championships two weeks ago, totaled 207.42 points to edge Canadians Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje (203.93). Canada’s Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier were third.
Tennis: At Montpellier, France, Jo-wilfried Tsonga beat seventh-seeded Pierre-hugues Herbert 6-4, 6-2 in an all-french final of the Open Sud de France, winning his 17th ATP title and denying his countryman a first.
Soccer: At Manchester, England, Sergio Aguero notched a hat trick for a second straight Sunday as Manchester City routed Chelsea 6-0 in the Premier League, the west London club’s most decisive loss in 28 years.
Bowling: At Fairlawn, Ohio, Jason Belmonte, 35, of Australia won his third PBA Tournament of Champions title, tying Hall of Famers Pete Weber and Earl Anthony with a record 10th PBA Tour major crown.
Motor sports: At Pomona, Calif., rain prompted eliminations for the season-opening Lucas
Oil NHRA Winternationals to be rescheduled for Monday, starting at 10 a.m. at Auto Club Raceway.
Boxing: At Fresno, Calif., Jose Ramirez (24-0, 16 knockouts) retained his WBC junior welterweight title by beating Jose Zepeda (30-2, 25 KOS) by majority decision.
From staff and wire reports