Late goals by Christen Press, Megan Rapinoe and Julie Ertz in a nine-minute span enabled the U.S. women's soccer team to defeat Brazil 4-3 on Sunday night in the Tournament of Nations in San Diego.

The United States was coming off a 1-0 loss to Australia on Thursday night in Seattle and was in danger of losing for the fourth time this year. Ertz, using her married name after playing as Julie Johnston, scored the winner in the 89th minute.

Swimming

Dressel makes it 7 golds

Twenty-four hours after becoming the first swimmer to win three golds in one night at a major international meet, Caeleb Dressel joined Michael Phelps as the only seven-time winners at a world championships. Sunday, Dressel was part of the United States' winning 4 x 100-meter medley relay in Budapest, Hungary.

Lilly King set her second individual world record of the meet in the 50 breaststroke (29.40 seconds) and returned as part of the women's 4x100 medley relay that also broke the world record.

auto racing

Newgarden wins again

Josef Newgarden dominated at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on the way to his second straight IndyCar victory at the Honda Indy 200 in Lexington, Ohio.

Newgarden moved from fourth to first in the series points standings, seven points ahead of Helio Castroneves.

Vettel wins from pole

Sebastian Vettel won the Hungarian Grand Prix to extend his championship lead over Lewis Hamilton to 14 points heading into the summer break. Vettel, the pole-winner, posted his 46th career victory, while Kimi Raikkonen made it a Ferrari 1-2 finish.

MMA

Jones is back on top

Jon Jones reclaimed his UFC light heavyweight title on Saturday night in Anaheim, Calif., by stopping Daniel Cormier in the third round with a vicious head kick and a finish on the ground at UFC 214.

Cormier (19-2) held the belt for most of the past two years while Jones (23-1) dealt with self-inflicted setbacks outside the cage.

Jones' next opponent for the 205-pound belt could be Swiss sensation Volkan Oezdemir, who began the pay-per-view show with a sensational 22-second knockout of Britain's Jimi Manuwa.

AROUND THE HORN

NBA: Danilo Gallinari broke a bone in his right hand while playing for Italy but should be ready for his first training camp with the Los Angeles Clippers. Video showed Gallinari throwing a punch and striking an opponent in the head Sunday in an exhibition game against the Netherlands. … The Los Angeles Lakers signed Thomas Bryant, a rookie center from Indiana, after his promising performance for their Las Vegas summer league team.

WNBA: Candace Parker and Nneka Ogwumike combined to shoot 20 of 25 from the field and the Los Angeles Sparks (17-6) cruised to a 95-74 win over the visiting Dallas Wings. … Emma Meesseman scored a career-high 30 points and the visiting Washington Mystics held on for a 77-70 win over the Atlanta Dream. Washington (14-9) has won three in a row.

MLS: Toronto FC beat New York City FC 4-0 to increase its overall MLS lead to five points. Toronto is 12-3-7 overall and 8-0-3 at home.

Tennis: Katerina Siniakova won her second career title, defeating Caroline Wozniacki 6-3, 6-4 on clay in Swedish Open final. Wozniacki has played five finals in 2017 and lost them all in straight sets. … John Isner won his fourth BB&T Atlanta Open title.

Horse racing: Girvin unleashed a dramatic rally in deep stretch to beat McCraken by a nose for a 9-1 upset in the $1 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J.

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