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Matthew Hilton of Canada won the IBF junior middleweight title with a 15-round unanimous decision over Buster Drayton of the U.S., in Montreal. He became the first native Canadian boxer to win a world title since featherweight Jackie Callura in 1943.
CYCLING—ANDY HAMPSTEN of the United States won his second consecutive Tour de Suisse championship when he completed the 10-stage, 1,055.1-mile race in 44 hours, 14 minutes and 17 seconds, one second ahead of Peter Winnen of the Netherlands.
GOLF—PAUL AZINGER shot a final-round 72 for a 72-hole total of 269, 15 under par, to win the Greater Hartford Open and $126,000 by one stroke over Dan Foreman and Wayne Levi.
Deb Richard won the LPGA Rochester ( N.Y.) International by two strokes over four competitors by shooting a 72 in the final round for a 72-hole total of 280. Richard's victory was worth $45,000.
HORSE RACING—FERDINAND ($2.80), ridden by Bill Shoemaker, won the Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park by 1� lengths over Judge Angelucci and Tasso. The 4-year-old covered the 1� miles in 2:00[3/5] and won $275,000.
Lost Code ($4.40), Gene St. Leon up, won the 1? mile St. Paul Derby at Canterbury Downs by 1� lengths over Proudest Duke, in 1:49[2/5]. He earned $180,000.
Sir Harry Lewis ($12.16), ridden by John Reid, won the Irish Derby, at the Curragh in County Kildare, by three quarters of a length over Naheez. The American-bred 3-year-old covered the 1�-mile turf course in 2:40[1/5] to win $526,800.
MOTOR SPORTS—BOBBY RAHAL, in a Lola-Cosworth, won the Meadowlands Indy Car race in East Rutherford, N.J., by 3.8 seconds over Mario Andretti in a Lola-Chevrolet. Rahal completed the 100 laps on the 1.68-mile, 11-turn course in 1:57:18.32 and won $94,410.