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A roundup of the week July 15-21
Compiled by BAILEY BREENE
July 29, 1985
BOWLING—DAVID OZIO won $16,000 and the Tucson Open title by defeating top-seeded Mike Durbin 198-153.
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July 29, 1985

A Roundup Of The Week July 15-21

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BOWLING—DAVID OZIO won $16,000 and the Tucson Open title by defeating top-seeded Mike Durbin 198-153.

BOXING—Challenger UBALDO SACCO of Argentina scored a ninth-round TKO over defending champion Gene Hatcher of Fort Worth to win the WBA junior welterweight title in Campione d'Italia, Italy.

Khaosai Galaxy of Thailand retained his WBA junior bantamweight crown with a fifth-round knockout of Rafael Orono of Venezuela in Bangkok.

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.

HARNESS RACING—NIHILATOR ($2.20), driven by Bill O'Donnell, won the Meadowlands Pace by 7� lengths in 1:50[3/5], tying the world pacing record for the mile set last August by Colt Fortysix (page 66).

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].

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