South Freeport’s Hugh Freund and his two crewmates are in seventh place after two days of sailing competition in the Sonar class at the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Freund, Alphonsus Doerr and Bradley Kendell finished ninth in their only race Tuesday and now have 19 points after 3 of 11 races. Australia leads with eight points.

OLYMPICS

WADA HACKED: The World Anti-Doping Agency said a Russian government hacking group gained access to a database containing drug-test results and confidential medical data from last month’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

On Monday, the group began posting confidential information about noteworthy U.S. Olympic athletes – tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams, four-time gymnastics gold medalist Simone Biles and women’s basketball standout Elena Delle Donne – and promised more leaks would be forthcoming. The information released mostly involves therapeutic use exemptions, in which WADA allows athletes to take certain banned substances if they’re used to treat legitimate medical issues.

SOCCER

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Arsenal recovered from a nightmare start in its opening match to salvage a 1-1 draw at Paris Saint-Germain after Alexis Sanchez scored a late equalizer.

Edinson Cavani needed just 44 seconds to start the scoring for Paris Saint-Germain.

 Lionel Messi recorded a hat trick and Neymar and Luis Suarez also scored in Barcelona’s 7-0 rout of Celtic.

 Heavy rain in Manchester forced Manchester City’s game against Borussia Moenchengladbach to be postponed until Wednesday.

COLLEGES

FOOTBALL: USC suspended sophomore linebackers Osa Masina and Don Hill from team activities while the players are under investigation for sexual assault.

Masina and Hill are under investigation for an alleged assault July 14 at an off-campus apartment, court documents say. Masina also is under investigation for an alleged assault on the same woman July 26 in Utah, his home state.

BASKETBALL

NBA: Oklahoma City Thunder forward Mitch McGary has been suspended without pay for at least 10 games for violating the terms of the league’s anti-drug policy.

The league announced that the suspension will begin when he has finished serving a five-game drug suspension that was announced in July.

WNBA: Jasmine Thomas scored 21 points and the Connecticut Sun erased an 11-point deficit in the second half to beat the Indiana Fever 89-87 in Uncasville, Connecticut.

 Stefanie Dolson scored a career-high 23 points, Tierra Ruffin-Pratt had a season-best 19 points and the visiting Washington Mystics kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 75-62 win over the New York Liberty.

 Astou Ndour scored a career-high 20 points, Moriah Jefferson added 19 and the San Antonio Stars snapped a six-game losing streak with a 71-67 road victory against the Atlanta Dream.

HOCKEY

WORLD CUP EXHIBITION: T.J. Oshie, Ryan Kesler and Derek Stepan scored, Jonathan Quick made 30 saves and the United States beat Finland 3-2 in Washington in each team’s final exhibition before the World Cup of Hockey.

– Staff and news service report