Knightly Rapport ($11.40), ridden by Fernando Toro, beat Croeso by a length to win the $164,200 El Camino Real Derby at Bay Meadows.
ICEBOATING—HENRY BOSSETT beat Peter Burczynski in the last of four races to win the DN Gold Cup World Championship on the Bay of Quinte off Trenton, Ontario.
INDOOR SOCCER—MISL: Baltimore held its 1�-game lead in the Eastern Division, defeating Chicago 4-3 and San Diego 4-2, while St. Louis beat Buffalo 7-4 and Los Angeles 5-4 to move into a tie with Kansas City for first in the West, ahead of San Diego and Phoenix by .004 and .006, respectively.
LUGE—At the World Championships in Lake Placid, N.Y., MIROSLAV ZAJONC won the men's title, STEFFI MARTIN was first among the women, and JORG HOFFMAN and JOCHEN PIETZSCH won the doubles.
MOTOR SPORTS—The team of Bob Wollek, Preston Henn, A.J. Foyt and Claude Ballot-Lena drove their Porsche Turbo 935 from 12 laps back to win the 24-hour endurance race at Daytona Beach, Fla. They averaged 98.781 mph around the 3.84-mile course to complete a total of 2,373.12 miles.
SKI JUMPING—JEFF HASTINGS won the U.S. Ski Association 90-meter title with jumps of 113.5 and 108 meters in Westby, Wis.
TENNIS—JOHN McENROE won the $375,000 U.S. Pro Indoor Championships with a 4-6, 7-6, 6-4, 6-3 defeat of Ivan Lendl in Philadelphia.
Chris Evert Lloyd defeated Andrea Jaeger 6-3, 6-3 to win a $150,000 tournament in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
TRACK & FIELD—BILLY OLSON pole-vaulted 19'�" in Toronto Friday to surpass his own two-week-old world indoor record of 18'10�". The following evening in Dallas, CARL LEWIS ran the 60-yard dash in 6.02 seconds, breaking the world indoor mark of 6.04 set by Stanley Floyd in 1981 (page 87).
Anisoara Cusmir established a women's world indoor record with a long jump of 22'8�" in Bucharest. She surpassed the mark of 22'7" set earlier in the week in East Berlin by Heike Daute.