Late pass settles race
Co-drivers Andy Wallace and Milka Duno took the lead with four laps left to beat Max Angelelli by 2.731 seconds in the Rolex Sports Car series' Miami 250 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. It was the second win of the season for Wallace and Duno. The first was at the same track, in February's Grand Prix of Miami at which Duno became the first woman to win a major North American sports car race.
VOLLEYBALL: Four Seminoles had double-digit kills as host FSU (6-3) defeated Winthrop 3-1 in the championship match of the FSU Classic. Junior Kristen Rust led FSU with 13 kills and added 14 digs and three aces.
TRACK AND FIELD
Runner, vaulter honored
Ethiopian distance runner Kenenisa Bekele and Russian pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva were honored as male and female athletes of the year by the world track and field federation. Isinbayeva set eight world records, including one while winning the gold medal at the Athens Olympics. Bekele won the 10,000 meters in Athens and finished second in the 5,000. He set world records at both distances this spring.
WORLD ATHLETICS FINAL: Ana Guevara won the 400 in Monte Carlo, Monaco, ending Olympic champion Tonique Williams-Darling's 11-race unbeaten streak. Also, Olympic champion Joanna Hayes won the 100-meter hurdles, beating fellow American Jenny Adams by 0.10 second, and Asafa Powell won the men's 200.
PARALYMPICS: American Rudy Garcia broke the world record in the 200-meter individual medley, one of five swimming world records to fall on the first day of heats at the Athens Paralympics.
Compiled from Times wires.