Compiled from wire reports

formula one

Vettel beats teammate, wins Monaco Grand Prix

•?Sebastian Vettel beat his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen to win the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday and comfortably extend his lead at the top of the standings.

It was the four-time F1 champion’s third win of the season and 45th of his career, as well as Ferrari’s first at Monaco since Michael Schumacher in 2001. Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo finished third ahead of Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas.

Title rival Lewis Hamilton clawed his Mercedes through the field to finish a commendable seventh from 13th on the grid.

Raikkonen started from pole position for the first time in nine years, with Vettel joining him on the front row. Both made a clean start, with Vettel holding off Bottas heading into the first corner.

After Raikkonen and Bottas had both come in for a tire change a few laps earlier, Vettel timed his change to perfection 39 laps into the 78-lap race. When he came back out, he was in front of Raikkonen.

cycling

Dumoulin reclaims lead

in time trial in Milan

•?Tom Dumoulin won the 100th Giro d’Italia in dramatic fashion, reclaiming the overall lead in a final-stage individual time trial in Milan.

It’s the first Grand Tour victory for Dumoulin, a Dutchman with Team Sunweb, and it sets him up as a potential rival for three-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome.

Dumoulin entered the final stage in fourth position but finished far enough ahead of his rivals over the flat 29-kilometer (18-mile) route from Monza’s Formula One race track to Milan’s cathedral to move back into the lead.

Dumoulin finished 31 seconds ahead of Nairo Quintana and 40 seconds ahead of Vincenzo Nibali.

Dumoulin’s fellow Dutchman Jos van Emden won the 21st stage in 33 minutes, 8 seconds.

Dumoulin came second in the stage, 15 seconds behind.

Sailing

Oracle Team USA takes two-point lead in qualifiers

•?Two-time defending champion Oracle Team USA won two of three races Sunday to take a two-point lead in the America’s Cup qualifiers on Bermuda’s Great Sound.

This is the first time the defender has sailed against challengers in the preliminaries. If Oracle wins the qualifiers, it will carry a one-point bonus into the 35th America’s Cup match beginning June 17.

Skippered by Australian Jimmy Spithill, Oracle beat Britain’s Land Rover BAR by 39 seconds, lost to Sweden’s Artemis Racing by 39 seconds and beat SoftBank Team Japan by 54 seconds.

Oracle has five points, followed by Emirates Team Zealand and Land Rover BAR with three apiece.

Emirates Team New Zealand, the hard-luck loser to Oracle in the 2013 America’s Cup, beat Japan and Britain.

Groupama Team France stunned Artemis for its first victory.

— From wire reports