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Jockey Marco Castaneda was moved out of the intensive care unit six days after sustaining a small brain hemorrhage from a race accident at Bay Meadows.

Castaneda, 44, was in stable condition at Mills Hospital in San Mateo, Calif. He was moved out of intensive care Saturday.

Castaneda was injured last Monday when his mount, Ballingarry Miss, broke down and threw him to the track. Three other jockeys were also injured.

Marty Murray had one goal and three assists, leading unbeaten Canada to a 6-4 victory over Finland in the world junior hockey championship in Edmonton, Alberta.

Canada is in first place with a 5-0 record. Sweden and Russia are tied for second at 4-1, after the Russians defeated the Swedes 6-4 in Calgary on Sunday.

In the second game, the United States beat winless Germany 5-3 to improve to 2-3. The Czech Republic beat Ukraine 10-1 at Red Deer.

Goran Ivanisevic, one of the hardest servers in tennis, injured his knee during an exhibition match in Perth, Australia, and could miss this month’s Australian Open.



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