SKIING

Mikaela Shiffrin had her winning streak in slalom at the world championships ended by Katharina Liensberger on Saturday as the title returned to Austria after 10 years.

Shiffrin had to settle for bronze after earning slalom gold at a record four straight worlds.

This time, Shiffrin finished 1.98 seconds behind Liensberger, who posted the fastest times in both runs. Petra Vlhova, the overall and slalom World Cup leader from Slovakia, was one second behind the Austrian for silver.

After her triumph in Tuesday’s parallel event, Liensberger is now a double world champion but has yet to win on the World Cup circuit.

AUTO RACING

XFINITY: Joe Gibbs celebrated his first NASCAR victory as a grandfather, watching from the pits as 18-year-old Ty Gibbs won his Xfinity Series debut on the road course at Daytona International Speedway.

Gibbs plowed through the field on a pair of restarts to beat reigning series champion Austin Cindric. He became the second-youngest winner in Xfinity Series history, behind only Joey Logano, who won 21 days after his 18th birthday in his third race – also driving for Gibbs.

GOLF

PGA: Sam Burns made two straight bogeys just before the third round of the Genesis Invitational in Los Angeles was suspended because of darkness, cutting his lead to two strokes over Matt Fitzpatrick.

The round was delayed for fours because of wind so strong that it was causing balls to move on the greens.

Burns was at 10-under overall through 13 holes.

Dustin Johnson, Max Homa and Wyndham Clark were at 7 under, with Patrick Cantlay another shot behind.

SOCCER

ENGLAND: Richarlison scored after three minutes and Gylfi Sigurdsson netted a late penalty to give Everton its first win at Liverpool since 1999 – a 2-0 victory.

Liverpool, the defending Premier League champion, is in sixth place, ahead of Everton only on goal difference after its first loss in the Merseyside derby since 2010. Both teams are 16 points behind leader Manchester City.

Chelsea stayed in fourth place after drawing 1-1 at Southampton.

American forward Jordan Morris left the field on a stretcher with what could be a significant leg injury suffered during Swansea’s 4-2 loss to Huddersfield in a League Championship match.

The 26-year-old, on loan from Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders, entered at the start of the second half and was taken off about 20 minutes later.

SPAIN: Real Madrid won 1-0 at Valladolid and pulled to within three points of Atletico Madrid, which lost 2-0 at home against Levante, ending its 11-game unbeaten streak in the league.


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