?By Picabo Street, the first downhill contested on the Wildflower course at Snowbasin, Utah, site of the 2002 women's Olympic downhill. The lower-level Nor-Am race drew numerous World Cup skiers seeking to acquaint themselves with the course. It was Street's fifth straight Nor-Am win as she returns from the broken left femur and torn right knee ligaments suffered in a March '98 spill.
?WBC super middleweight champion Dave Hilton, of sexual abuse of two teenage sisters from 1995 to '98. The WBC said it would not strip Hilton of his title, which he won in December, until the appeals process is completed.
?For one year, Sterling Sharpe's induction into the Packer Hall of Fame. The former wideout who spent seven seasons in Green Bay didn't respond in time to the letter informing him of his election to the class of 2001 because it got lost among his fan mail.
?To former Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach's real estate development company, the contract for the new Penn Station rail and transit terminal on Manhattan's West Side. Staubach's company will join with Germany's Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide in the $788 million project.
? Cheerios boxes featuring six Canadian Olympic hopefuls. The sextet includes Red Wings center Steve Yzerman, though Team Canada has yet to be named. Said Yzerman, "Maybe they'll have to superimpose Joe Sakic's face on all those boxes."
?By Kentucky Fried Chicken, a multimillion-dollar incentive to the Grizzlies to move to Louisville. In exchange the club's name would be changed to the Kentucky Colonels and the city's new $200 million arena dubbed the KFC Bucket.