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Secreto, a 14-1 shot with Christy Roche up, won the Epsom Derby by a head over favored El Gran Se�or at England's Epsom Downland course. The Patrick Haslam-trained colt Kiowa covered the 1�-mile course in 2:12.
MOTOR SPORTS—CALE YARBOROUGH, driving a Chevrolet, finished 3.75 seconds ahead of Harry Gant, also in a Chevy, to win a $330,000, 500-mile Grand National stock car event in Long Pond, Pa. Yarborough averaged 138.153 mph around the 2.5-mile Pocono tri-oval.
INDOOR SOCCER—MISL: The Baltimore Blast beat the St. Louis Steamers four games to one to win their first league championship, in Baltimore (page 58).
SOCCER—NASL: Minnesota, leader in the West, scored a 2-1 overtime victory over Golden Bay; Tulsa got its first triumph of the season with a 1-0 defeat of Tampa Bay; Eastern Division-leading Chicago shut out the Cosmos 5-0; and Toronto beat San Diego 2-1.
TENNIS—MARTINA NAVRATILOVA and IVAN LENDL defeated Chris Evert Lloyd (6-3, 6-1) and John McEnroe (3-6, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5, 7-5), respectively, to win individual titles at the French Open in Paris (page 14).
TRACK & FIELD—JURGEN HINGSEN broke his year-old world record in the decathlon by 21 points, with a score of 8,798, in Mannheim, West Germany.
Three American marks were set at the TAC championships in San Jose, Calif.: EARL BELL surpassed Mike Tully's 1984 pole-vault standard of 18'11" by clearing 19'�"; JUDI BROWN's 54.99 cut .70 off Lori McCauley's 1983 record in the women's 400-meter intermediate hurdles; and VALERIE BRISCO-HOOKS ran the 400 in 49.83 to break Chandra Cheeseborough's women's mark of 50.52 set earlier this year.
Zhu Jianhua high-jumped 7'10" to better his nine-month world record by �" in Eberstadt, West Germany.