Do not get a 7D. That will tie up too much of your budget in the camera and really limit your choice of lenses.
60D is fine for sports. In fact, I've shot sports with similar (50D) and even much less capable cameras (30D, 10D, Elan 7). Sure, the 7D might get one or two more keepers per hundred shots, once you learn how to use it well... but at a lot of extra cost.
Quality lenses are also a big factor capturing sports shots... USM (and similar HSM from Sigma, USD from Tamron) makes for faster, more accurate focus.
Besides Amazon, look at B&H and Adorama, and at the refurbished at the Canon Store. Prices here are from Amazon...
60D with 18-135 kit lens............... $900
Lens hood for 18-135mm lens............... $23 (sold separately)
BG-E9 grip for 60D............... $150
Extra LP-E6 battery for grip............... $58
EF 70-200/4L............... $630 (lens hood included with L-series)
2 ea. Lexar or Sandisk 16GB SDHC Class 10 memory cards.... $40
That's a total of about............... $1800
Or get the 60D body only for about $200 less, and get a different standard zoom:
- Refurb 28-135 at Canon Store is $190, plus $24 for the lens hood that's sold separately. It's got USM, which the 18-135 doesn't have. But 28mm just isn't very wide on a crop camera.
And it might be nice to have f2.8 on a standard zoom.
- 17-55/2.8 IS USM is a super lens, but costs $1000 new. That would blow your budget!
- Tamron 17-50/2.8 non-VC is a popular alternative that sells for $500. It's sharper than the more expensive VC version. This is within your budget (assuming it replaces the 18-135), but won't be as fast focusing as a Canon USM lens or a Sigma HSM lens.
- Sigma 17-50/2.8 OS HSM should be faster focusing, but at $620 it would exceed your budget a bit.
- Canon 15-85 IS USM is not an f2.8 lens, but a nice range, wider than most, but it blows your budget, costs about $680 by the time you get the matching lens hood (not included)
If you go with one of the slower standard zooms (18-135, 28-135 or 15-85), you also might want an accessory flash. Canon 430EX II is a nice combination of size, weight, and performance, but adds another $250 to your budget. With an f2.8 standard zoom, you might be able to get by without a flash, or delay getting one for a while. On the other hand, notice that all the f2.8 zooms have a much narrower range of focal lengths than some of the slower zooms.
I'm recommending two 16GB memory cards (60D uses SD, which often is less expensive than CF) instead of one big 32GB card. In fact, I mostly use 8GB cards, which give me close to 300 RAW shots per card with my 7Ds (same 18MP as 60D). IMO, it's better to have mulitple cards, to not put all your eggs in one basket in case a card gets lost, damaged or corrupted somehow.