List of 2013 sports champions

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Louisville Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino watches his team react after the game against the Syracuse Orange at the NCAA Big East Basketball Championship finals at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 16, 2013. Louisville defeated Syracuse 78-61 and win the 2013 Big East Championship. UPI/John Angelillo | <a href="/News_Photos/lp/3f1226484f2df703ef2cb42bce20b8ed/" target="_blank">License Photo</a>
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Sports champions for 2013

Auto racing


Formula 1 Driving Champion: Sebastian Vettel

NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion: Jimmie Johnson

IndyCar Driving Champion: Scott Dixon




World Series: Boston defeated St. Louis 4-2

MLB All-Star Game: American League 3, National League 0

World Baseball Classic: Dominican Republic 3, Puerto Rico 0

Nippon Professional Baseball Japan Series: Tohoku defeated Yomiuri 4-3

NCAA Division I: UCLA defeated Mississippi State 3-1 and 8-0

NCAA Division II: Tampa 8, Minnesota State-Mankato 2

NCAA Division III: Linfield 4, Southern Maine 1

NAIA: Faulkner 11, Lewis and Clark State 4




NBA: Miami defeated San Antonio 4-3

NBA All-Star Game: West 143, East 138

NCAA Division I Men's Tournament: Louisville 82, Michigan 76

NCAA Division II Men's Tournament: Drury 74, Metro State 73


NCAA Division III Men's Tournament: Amherst 87, Mary Hardin-Baylor 70

NAIA Division I Men's Tournament: Georgetown College 88, SAGU 62

NAIA Division II Men's Tournament: Cardinal Stritch 73, William Penn 59


WNBA: Minnesota defeated Atlanta 3-0

NCAA Division I Women's Tournament: Connecticut 93, Louisville 60

NCAA Division II women's Tournament: Ashland 71, Dowling 56

NCAA Division III Women's Tournament: DePauw 69, Wisconsin-Whitewater 51

NAIA Division I Women's Tournament: Westmont 71, Lee University 65

NAIA Division II Women's Tournament: Indiana Wesleyan 61, Davenport 43



Beach Volleyball

Men's World Champions: Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen

Women's World Champions: Xue Chen and Xi Zhang




Giro d'Italia: Vincenzo Nibali

Tour de France: Chris Froome

Vuelta a Espana: Chris Horner



Figure Skating

Men's World Champion: Patrick Chen

Ladies World Champion: Kim Yu-na

Pairs World Champions: Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov

Ice Dancing World Champions: Meryl Davis and Charlie White




Super Bowl XLVII: Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31

Grey Cup: Saskatchewan 45, Hamilton 23

BCS title game: Alabama 42, Notre Dame 14 (2012 season)

NCAA Division II: Northwest Missouri State 43, Lenoir-Rhyne 28

NCAA Division III: Wisconsin-Whitewater 52, Mount Union 14


NAIA: Grand View 35, Cumberlands 23





Masters: Adam Scott

U.S. Open: Justin Rose

British Open: Phil Mickelson

PGA Championship: Jason Dufner

FedEx Cup: Henrik Stenson

Race to Dubai Henrik Stenson

Presidents Cup: United States 18 1/2, International Team 15 1/2



Kraft Nabisco Championship: Inbee Park

LPGA Championship: Inbee Park

U.S. Women's Open: Inbee Park

Women's British Open: Stacy Lewis

Evian Championship: Suzann Pettersen

Solheim Cup: Team Europe 18, United States 10




NHL: Chicago defeated Boston 4-2

IIHF World Championship: Sweden 5, Switzerland 1




Rugby League World Cup: Australia 34, New Zealand 2

Six Nations Championship: Wake defeated England 30-3

Rugby Championship: New Zealand




America's Cup: Oracle Team USA defeated Emirates Team New Zealand 9-8




FIS World Cup


Overall: Marcel Hirscher

Combined: Ivica Kostelic and Alexis Pinturault

Downhill: Aksel Lund Svindal

Giant slalom: Ted Ligety

Slalom: Marcel Hirscher


Super-G: Aksel Lund Svindal

Ski jumping: Gregor Schlierenzauer

Nordic combined: Eric Frenzel

Cross-Country: Petter Northug



Overall: Tina Maze

Combined: Tina Maze

Downhill: Lindsey Vonn

Giant slalom: Tina Maze

Slalom: Mikaela Shiffrin

Super-G: Tina Maze

Ski jumping: Sara Takanashi

Cross-Country: Justyna Kowalczyk




Overall: Mikael Kingsbury

Aerials: Jia Zongyang

Halfpipe: Mike Riddle

Moguls: Mikael Kingsbury

Skicross: Alex Fiva

Slopestyle: James Woods



Overall: Xu Mengtao

Aerials: Xu Mengtao

Halfpipe: Virginie Faivre

Moguls: Hannah Kearney

Skicross: Fanny Smith

Slopestyle: Keri Herman




Overall: Janne Korpi

Big Air: Seppe Smits

Halfpipe: Scott Lago

Parellel Slalom: Andreas Prommegger

Slopestyle: Yuuki Kadano

Snowboard Cross: Alex Pullin



Overall: Kelly Clark

Halfpipe: Kelly Clark

Paralle Slalom: Patrizia Kummer

Slopestyle: Kjersti Buass

Snowboard Cross: Dominique Maltais





FIFA Confederations Cup: Brazil 3, Spain 0

CONCACAF Gold Cup: United States 1, Panama 0

UEFA Champions League: Bayern Munich, 2, Borussia Dortmund 1

UEFA Europa League: Chelsea 2, Benfica 1

Major League Soccer: Sporting KC 2, Real Salt Lake 1 (SO)

NCAA Division I: Notre Dame 2, Maryland 1

NCAA Division II: Southern 2, Carson-Newman 1


NCAA Division III: Messiah 2, Rutgers-Camden 1 (2OT)

NAIA: Belhaven 2, Mobile 0



UEFA Women's Champions League: Wolfsburg 1, Lyon 0

UEFA Women's Euro: Germany 1, Norway 0

NWSL: Portland

NCAA Division I: UCLA 1, Florida State 0 (OT)

NCAA Division II: Grand Valley State 2, West Florida 0

NCAA Division III: William Smith 2, Trinity 0

NAIA: Concordia 1, Westmont 0




FINA World Championships


50-meter freestyle: Cesar Cielo, Brazil, 21.32 seconds

100-meter freestyle: James Magnussen, Australia, 47.71 seconds

200-meter freestyle: Yannick Agnel, France, 1 minutes, 44.20 seconds

400-meter freestyle: Sun Yang, China, 3 minutes, 41.59 seconds

800-meter freestyle: Sun Yang, China, 7 minutes, 41.36 seconds

1,500-meter freestyle: Sun Yang, China, 14 minutes, 41.15 seconds

50-meter backstroke: Camille Lacourt, France, 24.42 seconds

100-meter backstroke: Matt Grevers, United States, 52.93 seconds

200-meter backstroke, Ryan Lochte, United States, 1 minute, 53.79 seconds

50-meter breaststroke: Cameron van der Burgh, South Africa, 26.77 seconds

100-meter breaststroke: Christian Sprenger, Australia, 58.79 seconds

200-meter breaststroke: Daniel Gyurta Hungary, 2 minutes, 7.23 seconds

50-meter butterfly: Cesar Cielo, Brazil, 23.01 seconds

100-meter butterfly: Chad le Clos, South Africa, 51.06 seconds

200-meter butterfly: Chad le Clos, South Africa, 1 minute, 54.32 seconds


200-meter individual medley: Ryan Lochte, United States, 1 minutes, 54.98 seconds

400-meter individual medley: Daiya Seto, Japan, 4 minutes, 8.69 seconds

4x100-meter freestyle relay: France, 3 minutes, 11.18 seconds

4x200-meter freestyle relay: United States, 7 minutes, 1.72 seconds

4x100-meter medley relay: France, 3 minutes, 31.51 seconds



1-meter springboard: Li Shixin, China, 460.95 points

3-meter springboard: He Chong, China, 544.95 points

10-meter platform: Qui Bo, China, 581.00 points

Synchronized 3-meter springboard: Qin Kai and He Chong, China, 448.86 points

Synchronized 10-meter platform: Sascha Klein and Patrick Hausding, Germany, 461.46 points

High diving: Orlando Duque, Colombia, 590.20 points



50-meter freestyle, Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Netherlands, 24.05 seconds

100-meter freestyle: Cate Campbell, Australia, 52.34 seconds

200-meter freestyle: Missy Franklin, United States, 1 minutes, 54.81 seconds

400-meter freestyle: Katie Ledecky, United States, 3 minutes, 59.82 seconds

800-meter freestyle: Katie Ledecky, United States, 8 minutes, 13.86 seconds

1,500-meter freestyle: Katie Ledecky, United States, 15 minutes, 36.53 seconds

50-meter backstroke: Zhao Jing, China, 27.29 seconds

100-meter backstroke: Missy Franklin, United Sates, 58.42 seconds

200-meter backstroke: Missy Franklin, United States, 2 minutes, 4.76 seconds

50-meter breaststroke: Yuliya Yefimova, Russia, 29.52 seconds

100-meter breaststroke: Ruta Leilutyte, Lithuania, 1 minute, 4.42 seconds

200-meter breaststroke: Yuliya Yefimova, Russia, 2 minutes, 19.41 seconds


50-meter butterfly: Jeanette Ottesen, Denmark, 25.24 seconds

100-meter butterfly: Sarah Sjostrom, Sweden, 56.53 seconds

200-meter butterfly: Liu Zige, China, 2 minutes, 4.59 seconds

200-meter individual medley: Katinka Hosszu, Hungary, 2 minutes, 7.92 seconds

400-meter individual medley: Katinka Hosszu, Hungary, 3 minutes, 40.41 seconds

4x100-meter freestyle relay: United States, 3 minutes, 32.21 seconds

4x200-meter freestyle relay: United States, 7 minutes, 45.14 seconds

4x100-meter medley relay: United States, 3 minutes, 53.23 seconds



1-meter springboard: He Zi, China, 307.10 points

3-meter springboard: He Zi, China, 383.40 points

10-meter platform: Si Yajie, China, 392.15

Synchronized 3-meter springboard: Wu Minxia and Shi Tingmao, 338.40 points

Synchronized 10-meter platform: Liu Huixia and Chen Ruolin, China, 356.28

High diving: Cesilie Carlton, United States, 211.60 points





Australian Open: Novak Djokovic

French Open: Rafael Nadal

Wimbledon: Andy Murray

U.S. Open: Rafael Nadal

ATP World Tour Finals: Novak Djokovic

Davis Cup: Czech Republic defeated Serbia 3-2



Australian Open: Victoria Azarenka

French Open: Serena Williams

Wimbledon: Marion Bartoli

U.S. Open: Serena Williams

WTA Tour Championships: Serena Williams


Fed Cup, Italy defense Russia, 4-0



Track and Field

IAAF World Champions


100 meters: Usain Bolt, Jamaica, 9 77 seconds

200 meters: Usain Bolt, Jamaica, 19. 66 seconds

400 meters: LaShawn Merritt, United States, 43.74 seconds

800 meters: "Mohammed Aman, Ethiopia, 1 minute, 43.31 seconds

1,500 meters: Asbel Kiprop, Kenya, 3 minutes, 46.28 seconds

5,000 meters: Mo Farah, Great Britain, 13 minutes, 26.98 seconds

10,000 meters: Mo Farah, Great Britain, 27 minutes, 21.71 seconds

Marathon: Stephen Kiprotich, Uganda, 2 hours, 9 minutes, 51 seconds

110-meter hurdles: David Oliver, United States, 13.00 seconds

400-meter hurdles: Jehue Gordon, Trinidad and Tobago, 47.69 seconds

3,000-meter steeplechase: Ezekiel Kemboi, Kenya, 8 minutes, 6.01 seconds

20-kilometer walk: Aleksandr Ivanov, Russia, 1 hour, 20 minutes, 58 seconds

50-kilometer walk: Robert Heffernan, Ireland, 3 hours, 37 minutes, 56 seconds

4x100-meter relay: Jamaica, 37.36 seconds

4x400-meter relay: United States, 2 minutes, 58.71 seconds

High jump: Bohdan Bondarenko, Ukraine 2.41 meters

Pole vault: Raphael Holzdeppe, Germany, 5.89 meters

Long jump: Aleksandr Menkov, Russia, 8.56 meters

Triple jump: Teddy Tamgho, France, 18.04 meters

Shot put: David Storl, Germany, 21.73 meters

Discus throw: Robert Harting, Germany, 69.11 meters

Javelin throw: Vitezslav Vesely, Czech Republic, 87.17 meters


Hammer throw: Pawel Fajdek, Poland, 81.97 meters

Decathlon: Ashton Eaton, United State 8,809 points



100 meters: Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce, Jamaica, 10.71 seconds

200 meters: Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce, Jamaica, 22.17 seconds

400 meters: Christine Ohuruogu, Great Britain, 49.41 seconds

800 meters: Eunice Jepkoech Sum, Kenya, 1 minute, 57.38 seconds

1,500 meters: Abeba Aregawi, Sweden, 4 minutes, 2.67 seconds

5,000 meters: Meserst Defar, Ethiopia, 14 minutes, 50,19 seconds

10,000 meters: Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia, 30 minutes, 43.35 seconds.

Marathon: Edna Kiplagat, Kenya, 2 hours, 25 minutes, 44 seconds

100-meter hurdles: Brianna Rollins, United States, 12.44 seconds

400-meter hurdles: Zuzana Hejnova, Czech Republic, 52.83 seconds

3,000-meter steeplechase: Milcah Chemos Cheywa, Kenya, 9 minutes, 11.56 seconds

20-kilometer walk: Elena Lashmanova, Russia, 1 hour, 27 minute, 8 seconds

4x100-meter relay: Jamaica

4x400-meter relay: Russia

High jump: Svetlana Shkolina, Russia, 2.03 meters

Pole vault: Yelena Isinbayeva, Russia, 4.89 meters

Long jump: Brittney Reese, United States, 7.01 meters

Triple jump: Caterine Ibarguen, Colombia, 14.85 meters

Shot put: Valerie Adams, New Zealand, 20.88 meters

Discus throw: Sandra Perkovic, Croatia, 67.99 meters

Hammer throw: Tatyana Lysenko, Russia, 78.80 meters

Javelin throw: Christina Obergfoll, Germany, 69.05 meters

Heptathlon, Hanna Malnychenko, Ukraine, 6,586 points

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