Usain Bolt plans to retire after the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
"So far, (it) is after the Olympics in Rio," Bolt, 27, said of his retirement plans Wednesday. "I am in great shape, I'll go there and do what I have to do. It'll be a good time to retire on top."
Bolt will run his final race this season in the 100 meters at Friday's Van Damme Memorial in Brussels.
He won the 100 and 200 dashes and the 400 relay at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and at last year's London Games. He won the same triple at the 2009 worlds before repeating the feat in Moscow last month. Bolt also owns world records in the 100 (9.58 seconds) and 200 (19.19) and shares the 400 relay record with his Jamaican teammates.
Three former players are suing the NCAA, saying it failed to educate them about the risks of concussions and did not do enough to prevent, diagnose and treat brain injuries. Chris Walker and Ben Martin, who played for Tennessee from 2007-11, and Dan Ahern, who played for North Carolina State from 1972-76, filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court in Chattanooga, Tenn. The suit seeks the NCAA to fund a medical-monitoring program for former players.
Jeff Burton will not return to Richard Childress Racing in 2014. Burton hasn't won since 2008 and is 22nd in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings this year. RCR says a new driver for the No. 31 Chevrolet will be announced at a later date. RCR also fields teams for Paul Menard and Kevin Harvick, who's leaving after this season to join Stewart-Haas Racing.
Lamar Neagle scored off of a free kick by Marc Burch in the first half to lift Seattle (13-8-4) to a 1-0 over Chivas USA (5-17-7). Seattle is tied with Los Angeles for second in the Western Conference, five points behind Real Salt Lake.
Marc Gasol had 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Spain opened its bid for a third straight European title with a 68-40 rout of Croatia in Ljubljana, Slovenia.