Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Saturday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EDT:- LONDON -- With the image of the Olympics at stake, the IOC meets Sunday to consider whether to ban Russia entirely from the Rio Games because of systematic, state-sponsored cheating.- SAO PAULO -- Many foreigners are taking advantage of Brazils shortage of athletes in sports in which the host country automatically qualified for the Rio Games.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- This will be Party Central for the Olympics -- the athletes village. The sprawling complex of 31 buildings will be home for most of the 10,500 Olympic athletes.- LONDON -- Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and British distance runner Mo Farah compete on the second day of a Diamond League meet in preparation for the Olympics next month.- INDIANAPOLIS -- Tony Stewart spent his whole life chasing wins at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. On Sunday, the three-time Cup champion will be racing in his final Brickyard 400.- MORZINE, France -- Chris Froome, his right knee and elbow bandaged after a crash on a wet road, has a big lead of more than four minutes entering the next-to-last stage of the Tour de France.- MIAMI -- Ichiro Suzuki is four hits from 3,000 and not inclined to stop there. Hes 42 and has been saying for some time -- in Japanese and English -- he wants to play until at least 50.- CHICAGO -- Chris Sale (14-3) goes for his major league-leading 15th win when the struggling White Sox face the Detroit Tigers. Chicago has lost eight of nine. Game starts 7:10 p.m.- MIAMI -- In a strong pitching matchup, Jose Fernandez (11-4) is on the mound for the Marlins against the New York Mets Jacob deGrom. Game starts 7:10 p.m.- CHICAGO -- Holly Holm looks to get back into contention for the womens bantamweight championship. She takes on Valentina Shevchenko in a five-round fight. Main card starts 8 p.m.- OAKVILLE, Ontario -- U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson and Luke List lead by a stroke entering the third round of the Canadian Open. Top-ranked defending champion Jason Day is eight back.- GURNEE, Ill. -- England and Taiwan are in front heading into the third day of the LPGAs UL International Crown. The U.S. is last in its group in the eight-nation event.Curtis Samuel Youth Jersey . LUCIE, Fla. Greg Olsen Jersey . Miller finished in two minutes, 6.09 seconds, one day before the first medal race on the Alpine schedule. The 36-year-old American also turned in the top time in Thursdays opening training session. http://www.shoppanthersonline.us/panthers-brian-burns-blue-jersey/ .2 billion agreement with Rogers Communications for the leagues broadcast and multimedia rights. Ryan Kalil Panthers Jersey . - Goaltender Philippe Desrosiers of the Rimouski Oceanic has broken a shutout record that was only three months old in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Cam Newton Youth Jersey . Bradwell was scheduled to become a free agent Tuesday. Born and raised in Toronto, Bradwell is entering his sixth CFL season, with all six played for his hometown Argonauts.The final major championship of the golfing calendar begins on Thursday with the Evian Championship, which finds two of the brightest stars in the womens game at the head of the list of contenders.Lydia Ko of New Zealand, who is the top-ranked player in the world, returns to the Evian Resort Golf Club near Paris, where she captured her first major championship a year ago. When she returned for a practice round this past Sunday, a host of memories came to light.When I first played the 18th hole on Sunday, this past Sunday, a lot of memories (came back), Ko said. Walking down the 18th on that last day, it was so much more than I could have ever imagined it. To know that I had a lead coming down the last hole so that I could have a little bit of a breathing room. I think was great. It just brought a lot of great memories.Kos own recollections of that memorable Sunday afternoon remain vivid.To remember all the seats by the green to be all full of people, for people to cheer our final group on, and the double whammy tears and the New Zealand flag, theres so many great things about this event, she said. ... but its just really hard to choose one best one becausee every moment really stood out to me.ddddddddddddKo and Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand rank one and two, respectively, in the world rankings as well as the battle for the Rolex Player of the Year Award. Jutanugarn, who has a tour-leading five victories this season, is once again planning to leave her drive out of her bag.I tried to hit driver on Monday, she said, but Im not really (feeling) comfortable because this course is really narrow and its not that long to me to hit driver, so no driver this week.Several other players are chasing historical milestones this week. Yani Tseng (Taiwan) and Laura Davies (England) each can complete a career grand slam with a victory here. In addition, Karrie Webb (Australia) is trying to win her sixth different major championship.The field also includes Brooke Henderson (Canada), In Gee Chun (South Korea), Carolta Ciganda (Spain), Suzann Pettersen (Norway), Charley Hull (England), Anna Nordqvist (Sweeden) and Stacy Lewis (United States).The golf course will play to 6,470 yards with a par of 71. ' ' '