CYCLING—LAURENT FIGNON won the 23-day, 2,315-mile Tour de France with an aggregate time of 105:07:52, 4:04 minutes better than that of Angel Arroyo.
GOLF—CALVIN PEETE rallied from six shots back with 18 holes to play to win a $350,000 PGA event in Williamsburg, Va. He fired an eight-under-par 276, one stroke better than Tim Norris.
Lauren Howe shot an eight-under-par 280 to win her first LPGA tournament, a $200,000 event in Indianapolis. She finished one stroke ahead of Donna Caponi.
HARNESS RACING—ID�AL DU GAZEAU ($9.80), driven by Eugene Lefevre, beat Legolas by 1� lengths to win the $250,000 Roosevelt International and become the only horse to win the race three times. The 9-year-old trotted the 1� miles in 2:35[2/5].
Shannon Fancy ($26.40), driven by Ron Waples, beat Hit Parade by a neck to win the $1,062-million Sweetheart Pace at the Meadowlands Raceway. The 2-year-old filly covered the mile in 1:55[4/5].
HORSE RACING—MAJESTY'S PRINCE ($9.80), Eddie Maple aboard, beat Hush Dear by a length to win the $236,000 Sword Dancer Handicap at Belmont. The 4-year-old colt covered the 1� miles over turf in 2:34[2/5].
Althea ($6.60), ridden by Laffit Pincay Jr., beat Rejected Suitor by 10 lengths to win the $111,200 Hollywood Juvenile Championship at Hollywood Park. The only filly in the field of 2-year-olds, Althea ran the three-quarters of a mile in 1:09[2/5].
MOTOR SPORTS—TIM RICHMOND—driving a Pontiac, won a 500-mile Grand National race at the Pocono (Pa.) International Raceway by 2 seconds over Darrell Waltrip, in a Chevrolet. Richmond averaged 114.818 mph round the 2.5-mile oval.
Jonathan Palmer, in a Honda, beat Pierluigi Martini, in a BMW, to win the Formula II European title. Palmer averaged 108.08 mph over 58 laps of the 2.15-mile Santa Monica, Italy circuit.
SOCCER—It was bad enough to have to play on the road against a team that hadn't lost at home in 10 games, as Vancouver hadn't. It was an even worse prospect for a team that hadn't won an away game in 10 tries as Montreal hadn't. But Manic Goalie Mike Hewitt held the Western Division-leading Whitecaps scoreless and Dragan Vujovic connected on a penalty kick for a 1-0 Montreal win. Vancouver regrouped and beat Team America 2-0 to lead the division by 44 points. In the Eastern Division, Cosmo Midfielder Roberto Cabanas had two goals and an assist to give his team a 3-1 lead over Seattle. Then Cosmo Goalie Hubert Birkenmeier dozed while the Sounders' Chance Fry awoke for two goals in two minutes to tie the game. In the shoot-out, teams performed evenly until Cosmo Julio Romero scored the decisive goal of a 4-3 victory. Three nights later in Tampa, Cabanas boosted his week's goal total to five with a hat trick in a 5-4 Cosmo win. The Cosmos lead the East by 16 points over Toronto. In the Southern Division, Fort Lauderdale lost a 3-2 battle to Tulsa but continued to dominate the division war, with three points more than the Roughnecks have.