Dedicated to everyone already sick of the Olympics, here are your morning links -- zero per cent trans fats, low in cholestorol (all but the bad stuff, of which it is stuffed) AND zero per cent citius altius fortius:
Newsflash. Chelsea is calling on Canada's Christine Sinclair and Tiffeny Milbrett of the U.S. to rescue them from relegation. (Chelsea, relegation. There's two words you don't hear next to each other very often).
Going to the World Cup? Don't even think of doing this.
That wiretap of Wayne Gretzky? Chalk it up as another New Jersey police leak to the media that was considerably less than advertised.
LotN, NBA division: It's all Dwayne Wade, all the (crunch) time as the Heat rally to beat the (now barely) league-leading Pistons. NHL division: Gotta be Jaromir Jagr, first to 40 goals, even if his first of two Saturday against Leafs was a case of failing Belfoursight. (And with the Olympic (oops! sorry!) break upon the NHL, arrivederci, Leafs. I really mean that. Don't hurry back on my account.)
With nothing but away games until March 1, the Raptors said farewell to the ACC with a crushing of the Blazers.
The NFL season is over. Now Shaun Alexander starts on next season.
The Times wants to stop diving, and asked Premier League clubs to support them. All but four clubs said no.
Say it ain't so: India's cricket megastar may be slowing toward the finish line, or as the newspaper headlines are calling it: "Endulkar".