RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian police say they are investigating the apparent disappearance of the mother-in-law of Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone.
A police official speaking on the condition of anonymity tells The Associated Press that authorities are trying to find 67-year-old Aparecida Schunck. The official has knowledge of the investigation but is not allowed to speak publicly.
Several Brazilian news outlets have reported that Schunck was...
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — The International Weightlifting Federation says 11 more weightlifters, including six silver and bronze medalists, have tested positive in retests of samples from the 2012 London Olympics.
The IWF said Wednesday in a statement that all 11 athletes, who include four Russians, have been provisionally suspended until their cases are closed.
So far, weightlifters have produced a total of 31 positives in doping retests carried out...
MIAMI (AP) — Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says more rule changes are needed to improve the pace of play, and one proposal under consideration is a limitation on relief pitching changes in an inning or a game.
The majors shaved several minutes off the average game time last season, but games have been slightly longer in 2016.
Manfred has said he's in favor of a limitation on relief pitchers but didn't lobby for it on Wednesday....
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — There could be some last-minute additions to the Atlanta Falcons' roster, possibly before Thursday's opening of training camp.
General manager Thomas Dimitroff and coach Dan Quinn already believe they are opening camp with a stronger roster after an 8-8 finish in Quinn's 2015 debut. Quinn expects stiff competitions at several positions, including right guard, linebacker and tight end.