CYCLING—In Cambridge, Mass., the final stop of the 14-city Mayor's Cup series, TOM BROZNOWSKI of Seattle won the overall men's title with a victory in a 50-km race, and HENNY TOP of the Netherlands won the women's crown despite finishing third to Connie Paraskevin-Young of Indianapolis in the 30-km event.
GOLF—SCOTT SIMPSON fired a final-round two-under-par 68 for a 72-hole total of 277, three under par, to beat Tom Watson by one stroke and win the U.S. Open, at the Olympic Club in San Francisco (page 20).
Ayako Okamoto overtook 22 players in the final round with a tournament-record eight-under-par 64 to win the Lady Keystone Open, in Hershey, Pa. Okamoto, whose 208 for 54 holes was eight under, beat Laurie Rinker by one stroke to earn $45,000.
GYMNASTICS—At the U.S. championships in Kansas City, SCOTT JOHNSON of Colorado Springs scored 114.70 points to defeat Charles Lakes of Newhall, Calif., by 2.05 points and win the men's all-around title; KRISTIE PHILLIPS of Baton Rouge took the women's crown with 77.32 points, 1.20 points better than Melissa Marlowe of Salt Lake City.
HORSE RACING—WAQUOIT ($10.60), with Chris McCarron in the saddle, edged Broad Brush by a nose to win $124,560 and the Massachusetts Handicap, at Suffolk Downs. The 4-year-old colt ran the 1? miles in 1:49.
INDOOR SOCCER—The DALLAS SIDEKICKS won the MISL title, four games to three, when league MVP Tatu scored with 1:58 left to force overtime, then set up Mark Karpun's goal 9:23 into the extra period for a 4-3 victory over the Tacoma Stars. The Sidekicks had tied the series by beating Tacoma 5-4 in double overtime after the Stars won Game 5, 5-3 (page 75).
MOTOR SPORTS—AYRTON SENNA of Brazil, in a Honda-powered Lotus, won his second straight Formula One Detroit Grand Prix, beating Nelson Piquet, in a Williams- Honda, by 33.819 seconds. Senna averaged a race-record 85.697 mph over 63 laps of the 2.5-mile, 20-turn course (page 68).
RODEO—BLUE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE stampeded the field, scoring 819 points to runner-up Southwestern Oklahoma State's 555, to win the men's team title at the College National Finals, in Bozeman, Mont. SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, with 360 points, beat McNeese State (354) in the women's division.
RUGBY—NEW ZEALAND beat France 29-9 to win the first World Cup, in Auckland, New Zealand.
TABLE TENNIS—At the U.S. Open in Miami Beach, MIKAEL APPELGREN of Sweden defeated fellow Swede Erik Lindh 13-21, 21-16, 21-16, 22-24, 21-17 for the men's title, and YANG YOUNG JA of South Korea won the women's championship, 21-12, 22-20, 21-17 over countrywoman Kim Young Mi.