Compiled from wire reports

Skiing

World Cup leader Vonn injured during Super-G

•?Lindsey Vonn apparently hurt her left knee and was transported off the hill on a rescue sled after crashing in a women’s World Cup Super-G on Saturday.

Racing in difficult conditions due to snowfall, Vonn had the fastest intermediate time when she came off the race line and failed to recover as she slid off course on her left hip.

The race was interrupted as Vonn lay on the snow surrounded by medical staff and coaches.

Chasing her fifth title, Vonn is leading the overall World Cup standings, 23 points clear of Lara Gut of Switzerland.

•?Ski jump World Cup champion Sara Takanashi continued to overwhelm opponents with her 13th win Saturday. The Japanese 19-year-old set the two biggest jumps of the competition at 101 and 103 meters for a total score of 252.6 points. The only other jumper to break 100 meters was Austria’s Daniela Iraschko Stolz, who leapt 97 and 100.5 meters for 245.3 points. Another Austrian, Jacqueline Seifriedsberger, was third on 239.2. Takanashi, who secured the overall World Cup title in Finland earlier this month, moves to 1,510 points in the standings, 451 ahead of Iraschko-Stolz.

Hockey

Panthers load up at trade deadline, complete 3 deals

•?The Florida Panthers completed three trades Saturday, getting forward Jiri Hudler from the Calgary Flames, defenseman Jakub Kindl from the Detroit Red Wings and forward Teddy Purcell from the Edmonton Oilers. All the Panthers had to give up in each case was draft picks. Calgary got a second-round draft pick this year and a fourth-rounder in 2018 for Hudler, Detroit got a sixth-rounder in 2017 for Kindl, and the Oilers took a third-rounder in 2017 for Purcell.

•?Less than a week after adding depth at defense and forward for the stretch run, the San Jose Sharks filled their last glaring hole before the trade deadline by acquiring goalie James Reimer from Toronto to serve as the backup to Martin Jones. San Jose also got forward Jeremy Morin from the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday for struggling goalie Alex Stalock, forward Ben Smith and a conditional fourth-round pick in the 2018 draft.

Tennis

Defending champion to face Spaniard in Brazil

•?Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay will defend the Brazil Open title in the final against Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain on Sunday. Cuevas beat Dusan Lajovic of Serbia 6-3, 6-4 in the semifinals on Saturday to reach his second final in two weeks. Last weekend, he lifted the Rio Open trophy. Carreno Busta won against countryman Inigo Cervantes 6-1, 6-1 for the second time this month. To reach his first ATP final, Carreno Busta has knocked out four Spanish players: fifth-seeded Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Daniel Gimeno-Traver, Roberto Carballes Baena, and Cervantes.

— From wire reports