?The logo for this year's Breeders' Cup, to be held on Oct. 27 at Belmont Park. The original featured the World Trade Center in the background; the new one features the outline of a globe.
?By the IOC, the addition of women's wrestling to the 2004 Summer Olympic program. Boxing has to trim one weight class, and tug-of-war—an Olympic event from 1900 to 1920—rejoined the IOC's list of officially recognized sports.
?The Mavericks' new uniforms, as well as a line of Mavs casual wear, in a runway show at Dallas's workout facilities. Said owner Mark Cuban of the clothing line, which will range from bowling shirts to pajama bottoms, "We tried to design it so people could wear it just about anywhere."
?By the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, that Knicks guard Latrell Sprewell has the right to another hearing on his desire to sue the NBA and the Warriors for what he alleges was unfair treatment when the league suspended him for grabbing Warriors coach P.J. Carlesimo's neck in 1997. A lower court had thrown out Sprewell's lawsuit.
?The price of beer at Dover Downs raceway, by $1, in response to a ban for security reasons on the coolers that fans have traditionally used to tote their own beverages to the track.
?On the scoreboard of English soccer club Norwich last Saturday, the out-of-town score MANCHESTER UNITED 1 SCUM 0. Norwich officials apologized to their counterparts at archrival Ipswich, who played Man U that day.