Nansemond ($15.40), with Herve Filion in the sulky, stopped Albatross' winning streak at 10—all in sub-two-minute miles—when he won the $27,750 Adios Harry Pace in 1:56[1/5] at Wilmington, Del.'s Brandywine Raceway. Albatross finished fourth, with Kentucky and Romano Hanover second and third.
HORSE RACING—HITCHCOCK ($5.60), Carlos H. Marquez up, won the $113,300 Suburban Handicap at Aqueduct by two lengths over West Coast Scout.
Bold Liz ($22.40), ridden by Jorge Teieira, took the $140,500 Hollywood Juvenile Championship for 2-year-olds by a length over Doc Marcus at Hollywood Park.
North Sea ($9.60), under John Ruane, scored a seven-length upset over Preakness winner Bee Bee Bee in the $57,400 Minuteman Handicap at Philadelphia's Liberty Bell Park.
Unbeaten BRIGADIER GERARD won his 15th straight race, the �75,000 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, by 1� lengths over Parnell at Ascot.
PENTATHLON—Army Captain CHARLES RICHARDS of Tacoma, Wash. became the first man ever to win the national championship three years in a row when he totaled 5,212 points, in San Antonio. The victory, which included an American pentathlon record time of 3:23 in the 300-meter swim, earned him a berth on the U.S. Olympic team.
ROWING—National Champion JIM DIETZ of the New York Athletic Club won the Olympic singles trials by 4� lengths over Bill Tydus of the Seattle Tennis Club, covering 2,000 meters in 7:39.25 on Connecticut's Lake Waramaug. LARRY HOUGH and DICK LYON of the Stanford ( Calif.) Crew Association won the pairs-without-coxswain final by 1� lengths over Mark Borchelt and Tom Flammang of the Potomac Boat Club in 7:32.66.
SAILING—CARINA, a 48-foot sloop owned by Richard S. Nye of New York City and skippered by Hank Enos, won the Class B and overall titles in the 2,700-mile Bermuda-to-Bayona ( Spain) race in a time of 391:52:39. Jubilee III took Class A, Noryema, winner of this year's Newport-to- Bermuda race, won Class C and Prim led Class D.
Cherokee, a 33-foot sloop from Seattle skippered by William S. Black, won the Victoria- Maui International Yacht race from Victoria, British Columbia to Lahaina, Hawaii with a corrected time of nine days, two hours and 52 minutes.
SWIMMING—LYNNE COX, 15, of Los Alamitos, Calif. set a new record for swimming the English Channel from Dover to France with a time of nine hours, 57 minutes. She beat by 26 minutes the men's mark set by Helge Jensen of Canada in 1960 and by nearly an hour the women's record set by Corrie Ebbelaar of The Netherlands last year.