Karlee Bispo of Downey High finished third in the 200-meter freestyle Sunday at the Stanford Grand Prix.
Bispo's time of 2 minutes, 1.37 seconds was one second behind winner Kim Vandenberg. Bispo, a senior, also won the 100 butterfly C final in 1:03.01. Saturday, she was fourth in the 50 free A final (25.69), which moved her to 12th in the U.S. She also was eighth in the 200 IM A final (2:19.24).
Beyer junior David Laflamme was third in the 100 backstroke B final in 1:01.27 and eighth in the 100 fly A final in 57.96.
Downey sophomore Timothy Richards was seventh in the 200 IM B final in 2:13.05, one spot in front of Laflamme, and fifth in the 100 breast C final in 1:09.64.
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Nikolay Davydenko defeated Rafael Nadal 6-4, 6-2 in the final of the Sony Ericsson Open to become the first Russian to win the Key Biscayne (Fla.) men's championship. The title is Davydenko's first this year while playing under the cloud of an ATP investigation into wagering on a match he lost in August at an obscure tournament in Poland. He retired in the third setof that match, citing a foot injury, and says he did nothing wrong.
Geoff Cameron scored during injury time to give the host Houston Dynamo a 3-3 draw with FC Dallas in Major League Soccer. ... Cardiff reached the FA Cup final for the first time since 1927 by beating Barnsley 1-0 at Wembley on a goal by Joe Ledley in the ninth minute. The Bluebirds will face Portsmouth on May 17 in London.
Five runners sprinted toward the finish line of the Carlsbad 5,000, and Alan Webb wasn't among them. The American mile record-holder dropped out about a half mile before the finish of the 3.1-mile road race, his legs hurting too much to even jog in. Terefe Maregu Zewdie of Ethiopia (13 minutes, 34 seconds) sprinted the final 50 meters to win.
The United States received goals from seven players to beat Switzerland 7-1 and take first place in Pool B at the World Women's Championship in Harbin, China.
Belgian champion Stijn Devolder won the Tour of Flanders, making a long solo effort through sleet, rain and strong wind in Meerbeke, Belgium. Devolder covered 164 miles in 6:27:15.
The Czech Republic beat the United States 7-6 in the World Men's Championship in Grand Forks, N.D.