Brazil's women's soccer team held on for a 0-0 draw with the United States to win the International Tournament of Brasilia on Sunday.
Brazil had the tiebreaker in the final because it finished with the best result in group play at the four-team competition in the nation's capital.
Five-time world player of the year Marta and the rest of the Brazilians celebrated in front of a crowd of more than 11,000 at the Mane Garrincha, which hosted seven World Cup matches earlier this year.
Brazil controlled possession during most of the game, but the Americans pressured late and almost scored a winner just before the final whistle, when a header by defender Becky Sauerbrunn struck the crossbar after being tipped by Brazilian goalkeeper Luciana.
GOLF India's Arjun Atwal won the Asian Tour's season-ending Dubai Open, rallying on the final hole to beat 19-year-old South Korean player Wang Jeung-hun by a stroke.
A shot behind entering the par-5 18th, Atwal closed with a birdie and Wang made a bogey.
The 41-year-old Atwal won for the first time since the PGA Tour's 2010 Wyndham Championship. He finished with a 6-under 66 for a 16-under 272 total at The Els Club Dubai.
SKIING Marcel Hirscher beat Olympic champion Ted Ligety by a large margin to post his third career win on the Gran Risa course in Alta Badia, Italy, in a World Cup giant slalom race.
Extending his first-run lead, the three-time defending champion from Austria clocked a two-run time of 2 minutes, 30.17 seconds.
Ligety, the American who has twice won this race, moved up from seventh after the opening leg to finish second, 1.45 seconds behind. Thomas Fanara of France placed third, three hundredths back.
Elisabeth Goergl beat Anna Fenninger by 0.05 seconds to lead an Austrian 1-2 finish in a women's super-G race in Val d'Isere, France, while American Lindsey Vonn crashed during her bid for a record-equaling 62d career win.
After winning Saturday's downhill, Vonn was looking for a fourth consecutive podium finish and was 0.01 ahead of Goergl's time on the first split.
COLLEGES West Chester quarterback Sean McCartney was named to the Little All-America third team.
McCartney led Division II with 42 touchdown passes this season and guided the Golden Rams to an 11-2 record and to the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs.