“I want to keep myself in shape and maybe fight again in June,” Mosley said. “I am going to keep myself in shape and tuned up.” Mosley moved back to 147 pounds for the first time in nearly five years, promising he would be faster and better than before. He delivered on those promises by consistently beating an opponent 10 years younger to the punch and winning a lopsided 12-round decision. Mosley also showed he still has some sock at 147 by knocking Collazo down with a right hand late in the 11th round. “It feels good to be a welterweight again,” Mosley said. The win gave Mosley what the WBC said was an interim title that he will collect when Mayweather goes through with his May 5 fight against Oscar De La Hoya at 154 pounds. What Mosley did Saturday night was turn back the clock with a win over Luis Collazo in Las Vegas that was impressive for several reasons. In doing so he also staked a claim as the second-best welterweight in the world behind Mayweather. Not a bad night’s work for a fighter who seems to be coming into his second prime at an age, 35, when most others are long gone from the sport. Shane Mosley looked so good that even Floyd Mayweather Jr. paid him some grudging respect. “He’s pretty good at what he does,” Mayweather said. Skiing milestone Sweden’s Anja Paerson captured the downhill at the world championships in Are, Sweden, becoming the first skier to win gold medals in all five disciplines in the worlds. Lindsey Kildow of the United States won the silver. Paerson also won the super-G and combined titles this week. The Swede won the gold in the giant slalom at the last two worlds and one in the slalom in 2001. She raced down the WM Strecke course in 1 minute, 26.89 seconds. Norway’s Aksel Lund Svindal won the men’s downhill gold medal. Defending champion Bode Miller was unable to hold an early lead and finished seventh. Sven Kramer broke his own 10,000-meter world record and made it a Dutch double at the World Allround Speedskating Championships, winning the men’s overall title in Heerenveen, Netherlands. Kramer won the 10,000 in 12 minutes, 49.88 seconds, cutting 1.72 off the record he set last March in Calgary. Steven Holcomb of the U.S. and teammates Pavle Jovanovic, Steve Mesler and Brock Kreitzburg won a four-man bobsled World Cup race in Cesana, Italy. Action demanded A state politician demanded a crackdown Sunday after 42 people were injured when police and security officers clashed with 800 hooligans following a soccer match in Germany. The fans of FC Lokomotive Leipzig attacked 300 police officers after FC Erzgebirge Aue II beat their team 3-0 on Saturday. Police said 36 officers and six fans were injured, while 21 police vehicles were vandalized. Germany has seen a surge in stadium violence since hosting the largely peaceful World Cup. Several of the worst incidents, including the one on Saturday, have occurred in the state of Saxony, in economically depressed East Germany. Saxony interior minister Albrecht Buttolo demanded strong action from the German government. “It’s not enough for me when those responsible try to distance themselves from events like this,” Buttolo said. “I won’t allow a situation like Italy to take place in and around Saxony stadiums.” A police officer was killed when fans rioted at a Feb. 2 match in Italy, leaving 100 people injured. Top league resumes Inter Milan won its 15th consecutive game in the Italian league by stopping Chievo Verona 2-0 in a stadium without fans, and Ronaldo made his debut in AC Milan’s victory. The country’s top league resumed Sunday, more than a week after all professional soccer in Italy was suspended because of fan violence. The Inter Milan-Chievo Verona game was one of four in Serie A played in an empty stadium. The stadiums had failed to meet new security standards put in place after the death of a police officer in rioting at the Catania-Palermo game Feb. 2. Ronaldo, wearing a No. 99 jersey, came on as a substitute in the 63rd minute for his first appearance for Milan since joining from Real Madrid last week. Milan beat Livorno 2-1. Tourney delayed The start of a WTA Tour event in Bangalore, India was delayed a day because of a planned strike in the area aimed at shutting down public services and private businesses. The Ericsson International will begin Tuesday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!