U.S. soccer coach Jurgen Klinsmann will miss the Gold Cup final Sunday against Panama in Chicago after drawing a one-game suspension for his tirade in Wednesday's match.

The CONCACAF's disciplinary committee said Friday that Klinsmann was ejected in the 87th minute of a 3-1 win over Honduras "for showing dissent towards the referee by throwing the ball in a violent manner."

FIFA rules require anyone ejected will be suspended for the next game. It can't be appealed.

Miscellany

San Jose's Mark Wiebe shot 5-under 65 to share the lead with Bernhard Langer at the Senior British Open at Royal Birkdale. Both finished at 5-under 135, a shot ahead of David Frost (68). Langer shot 67 despite dropping two shots at No. 6 when he double-hit the ball. "The ball was sitting up in the long grass and I caught it high on the clubface and again on the follow through," he said.

  • Hunter Mahan birdied the final three holes for an 8-under 64 and a two-shot lead over John Merrick (62) at the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey. Mahan had a bogey-free round to reach 13-under 131.

  • Russell Knox shot a 12-under 59, settling for pars on the final two holes of the Web.Com Tour's Boise (Idaho) Open. He was 14-under 128 for a one-shot lead.

  • Usain Bolt recovered from a slow start to win the 100 meters in the Anniversary Games in London. He finished in 9.85 seconds at the stadium where he won three track gold medals in the 2012 Olympics. Michael Rodgers was second in 9.98. Bohdan Bondarenko threatened the 20-year world high jump record. He cleared 7-93/4 but failed on two attempts at 8-11/4. Javier Sotomayor's mark is 8-01/2.

  • Sprinter Tyson Gay failed more than one drug test this year, recording a positive at the U.S. championships in June, where he won the 100 and 200 meters, according to AP. Earlier this month, he said he had tested positive in May.

  • Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville, who won the Stanley Cup in 2010 and 2013, signed a contract extension through the 2016-17 season.