Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Sunday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EDT:- LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- Olympic leaders stopped short of imposing a complete ban on Russia from the Rio de Janeiro Games, leaving individual global sports federations to decide which athletes should be cleared to compete. The decision by the IOCs executive board comes 12 days before the opening of the games. SENT: 900 words, photos.- COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza are inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Ceremony begins 1:30 p.m.- PARIS -- Poised to clinch his third Tour de France title, Chris Froome and teammates at Sky are celebrating by drinking beer -- not the traditional Champagne -- during final and mostly ceremonial stage which ends on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. SENT: 130 words, photos. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos by 4 p.m.- CHICAGO -- The White Sox wrap up their four-game series with the Tigers, but only after they finish up Saturday nights suspended game -- the score is 3-all in the eighth inning of a contest that saw ace Chris Sale scratched from his start for destroying his teams throwback uniforms before the game. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Starts 2:10 p.m.- INDIANAPOLIS -- Defending champion and pole winner Kyle Busch is the favorite to win Sundays Brickyard 400. But Indiana drivers Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart will try to make one more trip to victory lane. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos. Race begins 3 p.m.- OAKVILLE, Ontario -- Amateur Jared du Toit was chasing Brandt Snedeker in an unlikely bid to become the first Canadian to win the Canadian Open in 62 years. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos by 7:30 p.m.- CARNOUSTIE, Scotland -- Chasing his first major title, Miguel Angel Jimenez took a four-stroke lead into the final round of the Senior British Open. UPCOMING: 400 words, photos by 5:30 p.m.- GURNEE, Ill. -- England, South Korea, the United States, Taiwan and Japan face off in 10 singles matches for the LPGA Tours International Crown. SENT: 280 words. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos by 7 p.m.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- Australian athletes will not move into their rooms at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics until serious plumbing, electrical and cleaning problems are fixed, with the troubled South American games opening in under two weeks.- LOS ANGELES -- DeAndre Jordan and the U.S. Olympic mens basketball team host China in an exhibition at Staples Center as the Americans pre-Rio tour rolls on. UPCOMING: 650 words, photos. Starts 8 p.m.- WASHINGTON -- Ivo Karlovic tries to win his second consecutive title at age 37, facing second-seeded Gael Monfils in the Citi Open mens final Sunday. Yanina Wickmayer plays American Lauren Davis in the womens final. Mens final starts 3 p.m.; womens final follows. UPCOMING: 500 words, photos.- STANFORD, Calif. -- Top-seeded Venus Williams takes on Johanna Konta in the Bank of the West Classic final for a chance at her 50th career singles title. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos. Starts 5 p.m. By Janie McCauley. Kahale Warring Youth Jersey . It was Kerbers third final of the year after losing to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia in Monterrey in April and to Petra Kvitova of Czech Republic in Tokyo two weeks ago. The 10th-ranked German improved her record in finals to 3-5. J.J. Watt Jersey . -- An ugly goal by Nick Bonino helped the Anaheim Ducks overcome the defensive-minded Phoenix Coyotes on a night when their ragged power play continued to struggle. http://www.texansrookiestore.com/Texans-Jj-Watt-Jersey/ . Los Angeles star goalie survived those perilous gymnastics with no problem, and he eventually backstopped the Kings to a skid-snapping win. 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LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- The former French judge heading an IOC investigation into Russian doping stepped down on Tuesday, three days before the release of a new report into systematic cheating at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi.Guy Canivet, a former judge of the Constitutional Court, resigned purely for personal reasons, the International Olympic Committee said.Canivet leaves as vice chairman of the IOC ethics commission and as chairman of the inquiry commission looking into evidence of state-backed Russian doping, a position he began in July.Canivet will be replaced as head of the IOC inquiry panel by former Swiss president Samuel Schmid, who is also a member of the IOC ethics commission.IOC spokesman Mark Adams said the change should not hamper or slow down the investigation.Mr. Canivet has strong personal reasons for resigning, Adams said. The succession and handover has been assured and I dont see any particular delay.Canivets resignation precedes Fridays publication of the latest report by World Anti-Doping Agency investigator Richard McLaren into alleged state-sponsored Russian doping.The Canadian lawyers first report, issued in July, led WADA to recommend Russias exclusion from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The IOC rejected the call, instead allowing international federations to decide which Russians could compete.Fridays report is expected to foccus on evidence of organized Russian doping centered on the Sochi Games, including allegations that tainted samples of Russian athletes -- including medalists -- were swapped for clean ones through a concealed hole in the wall of the drug-testing lab.ddddddddddddAdams said the IOC has not been given any access to McLarens report ahead of Fridays release at a news conference in London.Without knowing the contents, the IOC executive board is expected to issue a statement this week setting out how it will deal with the new findings -- including the possibility of stiff sanctions ahead of the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.The report will be sent to two IOC inquiry commissions. Canivets panel has been looking into the Russian system as a whole, while Swiss member Denis Oswald leads a commission focusing on the Sochi doping samples.It will be done in a timely fashion that will work for Pyeongchang, Adams said.IOC President Thomas Bach said last month that once the investigations and hearings are completed, the IOC will take the necessary measures and all the sanctions because if only part of this would be true, it would be an unprecedented attack on the integrity on the Olympic Games and on the Olympic competitions. ' ' '