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BOWLING—DAVID OZIO won $16,000 and the Tucson Open title by defeating top-seeded Mike Durbin 198-153.
CYCLING—BERNARD HINAULT of France won his fifth Tour de France with an aggregate time of 113:24.23. Runner-up Greg Lemond, was 1:42 back for the best-ever finish by an American. MARIA CANINS of Italy defeated Jeannie Longo of France by 22:11 to win the 24-day, 762.60-mile women's Tour de France (page 16).
Rebecca Twigg of Colorado Springs, a 1984 Olympic silver medalist, won her second straight Mayor's Cup cycling race, in Pittsburgh, defeating Julie Spieght of Australia by just over a second in a time of 36:48. In the men's 35-mile race, TOM SCHULER of Downer's Grove, Ill. finished in 1:15:41 to beat Bernard Chesneau of France in a sprint.
GOLF—SANDY LYLE shot a two-over-par 282 to win $90,870 and his first British Open title, in Sandwich, England (page 22).
Judy Clark fired an eight-under-par 280, three strokes better than runners-up Donna Caponi and Jane Geddes, to win an LPGA event in Danvers, Mass. Clark earned $33,750 for her first victory since she joined the tour in 1978.
Jim Sorenson of Bloomington, Minn. defeated Jay Cooper of Coral Gables, Fla. 12 and 11 in a scheduled 36-hole match, to win the Men's U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship at the Wailua Golf Course in Kauai, Hawaii.
HORSE RACING—BOUNDING BASQUE ($40), with Antonio Graell in the saddle, held off Life's Magic by half a length to win the Brooklyn Handicap at Belmont Park. The 5-year-old colt, who earned $207,300 for the victory, ran the 1� miles in 2:28[2/5].