RYAN LOCHTE won two more races at the short-course world championships in Istanbul on Sunday, finishing the event with six golds and one silver. The result matched his medal total from the last championships, in Dubai in 2010.

Lochte won the 100-meter individual medley, a day after he broke the world record in the event. The five-time Olympic champion finished in 51.21 seconds, ahead of Kenneth To of Australia and George Bovell III of Trinidad and Tobago.

To started well and led at the halfway mark. He held off Lochte over the breaststroke leg, but the American accelerated in the freestyle to move ahead.

Lochte then joined the U.S. team of Matthew Grevers, Kevin Cordes and Thomas Shields to win the 4 x 100-meter medley relay in 3:21.03, with Russia second and Australia third.

He also won silver in the 200 backstroke.

College Football * 

Michigan coach Brady Hoke suspended cornerback J.T. Floyd, punter Will Hagerup and linebacker Brandin Hawthorne for a violation of team rules. The players will not travel with the 19th-ranked Wolverines for the Outback Bowl against No. 11 South Carolina.

Winter Sports * 

Samuel Schwarz of Germany beat Shani Davis of the U.S. to win the 1,000-meter World Cup speedskating race in China and rise to second in the overall standings. American Denny Morrison leads the standings after five races with 325 points, 11 more than Schwarz.

Tina Maze of Slovenia won her fourth straight World Cup giant slalom race to extend her overall lead at the top of the standings as defending champion Lindsey Vonn had another disappointing day and failed to finish in Courchevel, France.

Ted Ligety cruised to his third giant slalom win of the season by more than 2 seconds, giving the U.S. Ski Team two wins in 2 days in Alta Badia, Italy.