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Three-time world champion boxer Hector ``Macho' Camacho was arrested on a charge of driving with a suspended license after being stopped for driving too slowly on an interstate highway, police said Sunday.

Camacho was driving his newly purchased black 1988 Ferrari at 35 mph on Interstate 75 at Fort Myers, Fla. The trooper pulled him over after noticing that a woman was sitting on the driver's lap.After further investigation, the 29-year-old fighter was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver's license.

Quarterback Doug Flutie passed the Canadian Football League record of 5,648 yards passing in a season set by the Edmonton Eskimos' Warren Moon in 1983.

Flutie passed for 582 yards in the B.C. Lions' 45-38 overtime loss to Edmonton on Saturday. Flutie has 5,676 yards.

Longtime NFL referee Gene Barth, considered one of the top officials in professional football, died of cancer Friday night in a hospital in St. Charles, Mo. He was 61.

In tennis, Steffi Graf defeated Nathalie Tauziat 6-4, 6-4 Sunday in Zurich, Switzerland, to win the European Indoors tennis tournament for the fifth time.

Stefan Edberg won his third title in a row, beating Derrick Rostagno 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 in the Seiko Super tournament in Tokyo.

Petr Korda defeated Arnaud Boetsch 6-3, 6-4 in Berlin to win the ATP men's tournament for the second time.

Kathy Amato of Ridgewood, N.J., a member of the Atlanta Track Club, led all the way in winning the New York Road Runners Club Susan Komen 5-kilometer race Sunday in Central Park.

In beating a field of 2,253 in the 3.1-mile race, Amato was timed in 17 minutes, 38 seconds.


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