Campillo, Frittelli lead Maybank, Westwood in contention

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Lee Westwood couldn't emulate his second-round 62 but did enough Saturday to stay in contention at the Maybank Championship after shooting a 70 to trail the leaders by three strokes.

  • Written by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Method vs. Message: How sports can start a movement

Colin Kaepernick's first two "protests" drew scant attention. He sat on the bench, out of uniform, virtually unnoticed. His third got some buzz after a reporter tweeted a picture of the 49ers bench that had nothing to do with the quarterback but caught him in the frame, sitting during the national anthem.

GameChangers 1

  • Written by By EDDIE PELLS , AP National Writer

Bib campaign against sex abuse captures US skiers' attention

CORTINA D'AMPEZZO, Italy (AP) — The message in red capital letters — "STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS" — was printed on the bottom of skiers' bibs for a recent women's World Cup downhill in Cortina.

SkiWomenAbuse 2

  • Written by By ANDREW DAMPF, AP Sports Writer

Super Fan: 81-year-old has attended every Super Bowl

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Donald Crisman has more than a half-century of Super Bowl memories behind him, from taking a 24-hour train ride to Super Bowl II to seeing his beloved New England Patriots win in overtime last year.

SuperFan

  • Written by By PATRICK WHITTLE, Associated Press

Prince is gone, but his spirit lives at Minnesota Super Bowl

 

 

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Picture this: Prince taking the stage at U.S. Bank Stadium in his hometown of Minneapolis for the 2018 Super Bowl to a dazzling display of purple lights, wowing the crowd at halftime with his frenzied guitar work, soulful singing and slick dance moves.

  • Written by By JEFF BAENEN , Associated Press