A judge upheld his order for a shipbuilder to stop using Tiger Woods's name and a photograph of the golfer's luxury yacht "Privacy" for financial gain.

U.S. District Judge William Zloch ruled Friday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., that his preliminary injunction from November against Christensen Shipyards Ltd. should stand. He also denied the shipbuilder's request that Woods's lawsuit against the company be moved from Florida to its home state of Washington.

Attorneys for Woods sued in federal court last October, claiming his contract with the shipyard barred the boat manufacturer from using the golfer or his wife's name to promote the company, but it did so anyway.

Woods and Swedish model Elin Nordegren were married last October at a luxury resort in Barbados and later set out on the Privacy, along with a crew.

* WRESTLING: Uzbekistan's Dilshod Mansurov won the gold medal in the 121-pound freestyle competition, while three Americans had a disappointing day at the world championships in Budapest.

Sammie Henson, the 1998 world champion and 2000 Olympic silver medalist, won his first bout in the 121-pound category, but then lost in the second round to Russia's Zalimkhan Kutseev.

In the 132-pound class, Michael Lightner was beaten by Turkey's Tevfik Odabasi. Chris Bono lost to Canada's Evan MacDonald in the 146-pound division.

* SOCCER: The United States was eliminated from the FIFA under-17 world championship, losing, 2-0, to the Netherlands in a quarterfinal round game in Trujillo, Peru.

Midfielder Jeffrey Sarpong scored a goal late in each half and the Netherlands advanced to a Thursday meeting against Mexico, which beat Costa Rica in its quarterfinal on Sunday.

* FOOTBALL: Virginia's Oct. 8 game at Boston College will start at 1 p.m. and be broadcast on ABC. Maryland's Oct. 8 game at Temple will also start at 1, and Virginia Tech's home game against Marshall will start at noon. Television coverage of the Hokies' game will depend on the Major League Baseball playoffs.

* OBITUARY: George Archer, whose smooth putting stroke helped him win the 1969 Masters and 11 other titles on the PGA Tour, died Sunday at his home in Incline Village, Nev., after a yearlong battle with Burkitts Lymphoma. He was 65.

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