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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The United States came away with three more gold medals on the final day of competition at the Rio Olympics. The men's basketball clobbered Serbia 96-66 behind Kevin Durant's 30 points, boxer Clarissa Shields won the middleweight class for the second straight Olympics and 20-year-old Kyle Snyder won gold in the 97 kilogram class to become the youngest Olympic wrestling champion in U.S. history. The United States finished with 121 total medals, 51 more than runner-up China in the largest margin for a non-boycotted Olympics in nearly a century.
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Blue Jays have optioned right-hander Aaron Sanchez to Class A Dunedin (duh-NEE'-dehn) in an effort to limit his innings. Sanchez ranks fifth in the American League with a 2.99 ERA and is 12-2 in a career-high 156 1/3 innings. He started Saturday against the Indians but couldn't hold an early 5-0 lead.
NEW YORK (AP) — Alabama is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football preseason poll after receiving 33 of 61 first-place votes and 1,469 total points from the media panel. Clemson is ranked second with 16 first-place votes, 7 ½ months after the Tigers lost to the Crimson Tide in the national championship game. Oklahoma is third, followed by Florida State, LSU, Ohio State, Michigan, Stanford, Tennessee and Notre Dame.
BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) — Kevin Harvick passed Denny Hamlin for the lead with 70 laps to go and stayed in front until he saw the checkered flag at Bristol Motor Speedway. Harvick led 128 laps for his second Sprint Cup victory of the season and his second at the high-banked, half-mile concrete bullring. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was second, followed by Denny Hamlin, Austin Dillon and Chris Buescher.
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Si Woo Kim has earned his first career PGA victory by capturing the Wyndham Championship by five shots over Luke Donald. The 21-year-old South Korean player closed with a 3-under 67 to finish at 21-under 259 at Sedgefield Country Club, tying the tournament 72-hole record set by Carl Pettersson in 2008. Donald shot a 67 for a one-shot edge over Hideki Matsuyama (hih-DEH'-kee maht-soo-YAH'-mah) and Brandt Snedeker.
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