Vettel: No easing up after clinching F1 titleRed Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany throws his trophy in the air after winning the Indian Formula One Grand Prix and his 4th straight F1 world championship at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida, India, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)
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--GOMES HITS DECISIVE HOMER TO LEVEL WORLD SERIES.
One night after a rare obstruction call, Jonny Gomes hit a decisive homer when he wasn't even in the original lineup and Koji Uehara picked off a rookie at first base for the final out Sunday in Boston's series-leveling 4-2 win over St. Louis.
--AT 109 YARDS, PATTERSON SETS NFL RECORD FOR LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN
Minnesota Vikings rookie Cordarrelle Patterson set the NFL record for longest kickoff return, a 109-yard touchdown to start the game against Green Bay. Patterson was as far back as he could be in the end zone when he caught the opening kick. The Vikings lost despite the fast start.
--MOORE WINS PGA EVENT IN MALAYSIA IN A DELAYED PLAYOFF
Ryan Moore birdied the first playoff hole to beat Gary Woodland to win the PGA Tour's event in Malaysia on Monday after an overnight wait caused by storms and darkness.
--VETTEL WINS 4th STRAIGHT F1 DRIVERS TITLE, JOINING THE LIKES OF FANGIO, SCHUMACHER
Starting from pole, Sebastian Vettel won the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday to win his fourth straight Formula One drivers' title, joining F1 greats Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher as the only drivers to win four consecutive championships.
--SERENA WILLIAMS CAPS SEASON WITH WTA CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE
Serena Williams ended her best season in suitable style, coming from behind to beat Li Na 2-6, 6-3, 6-0 for her second straight WTA Championships title.