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BALLOONING—OWEN KEOWN, who wasn't ranked among the top 50 competitors, beat four national titlists and defending world champion Bruce Comstock to win the National Hot Air Championships in Indianola, Iowa.
BOWLING—MARSHALL HOLMAN beat Del Ballard 234-194 in a PBA event in Austin, Texas.
BOXING—HECTOR (Macho) CAMACHO defeated Rafael (Bazooka) Limon with a TKO in the fifth round in San Juan for the WBC super featherweight title (page 18).
DIVING—GREG LOUGANIS won the platform division for his 24th national title at the U.S. Outdoor Diving Championships in Bartlesville, Okla. He had 643.59 points, 18.30 ahead of defending champ Bruce Kimball.
HARNESS RACING—DUENNA ($5.60), driven by Stanley Dancer, beat Winkys Gill by two lengths to collect the $540,000 winner's purse in the 58th Hambletonian Trot at the Meadowlands. The 3-year-old trotted the mile in 1:57[2/5] time to become the first filly since 1966 to win the race (page 52).
HORSE RACING—SPIT CURL ($11.20), ridden by Jean Cruguet, beat Lady Norcliffe by 8� lengths in the Alabama Stakes for fillies at Saratoga Springs. The 2-year-old ran the 1� miles in 2:02[2/5].
MOTOR SPORTS—RENE ARNOUX, driving a Ferrari, beat Andrea de Cesaris by 1:10.65 minutes to win the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. Arnoux averaged 130.82 mph around the 4.22-mile Hockenheimring circuit.