LONDON (AP) — It helps to have friends in high places when you're promoting an athletic event.
That's certainly the case for Prince Harry, who released a video Friday promoting the upcoming Invictus Games for wounded veterans. The cast includes his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, and Barack and Michelle Obama, who Harry had over for dinner last week.
The video starts with Harry and the queen looking at an Invictus brochure when they get a video phone...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The NHL has fined Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson $2,404 for his knee-on-knee hit that temporarily knocked Pittsburgh forward Conor Sheary out of Game 1.
Wilson sent Sheary to the ice with his left knee 4 minutes into the third period of the Capitals' 4-3 overtime victory Thursday night. Sheary hobbled to the nearby bench in pain and missed a few shifts. Wilson was not penalized and he escaped a suspension, too.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A lawsuit against the NFL over the number of tickets sold to the public for the 2014 Super Bowl is going forward.
Josh Finkelman's lawsuit seeks class-action status and alleges the league violated New Jersey consumer protection laws when it made only about 1 percent of tickets to the game at MetLife Stadium available to the public.
The New Brunswick man says he spent about $2,000 per ticket instead of the $800 face value. The NFL...
RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Top-seeded Timea Bacsinszky of Switzerland beat fifth-seeded Timea Babos of Hungary 6-4, 7-5 on Friday to reach the Grand Prix SAR final, where she will face qualifier Marina Erakovic of New Zealand.
Bacsinszky, ranked 15th, broke Babos' serve six times in their first meeting since 2010 and now goes for her fourth career title.
A French Open semifinalist last year, Bacsinszky will be playing in her seventh final and her previous...