BOXING—EDDIE MUSTAFA MUHAMMAD scored a 10th-round TKO over Jerry Martin to retain his WBA light heavyweight crown, in McAfee, N.J.
CYCLING—JOOP ZOETEMELK of The Netherlands finished 6:55 ahead of countryman Hennie Kuiper to win the 22-day, 3,949-km. Tour de France.
GOLF—TOM WATSON shot a 13-under-par 271 to win the British Open by four strokes over Lee Trevino at Muirfield, Scotland (page 22).
Pat Bradley shot a 13-under-par 206 to beat Nancy Lopez-Melton by a stroke and win the $100,000 Greater Baltimore Classic.
Scott Hoch defeated Curtis Strange by three strokes with a 14-under-par 266 to win the $200,000 Quad Cities Open in Coal Valley, Ill.
HARNESS RACING—NIATROSS ($2.80), driven by Clint Galbraith, defeated Storm Damage by 4� lengths to win the $1,011,000 Meadowlands Pace. The colt ran the mile in a 3-year-old pace record 1:53[1/5] (page 20).
HORSE RACING—WINTER'S TALE ($8.80), ridden by Jeffrey Fell, won the $217,000 Brooklyn Handicap at Belmont by five lengths over State Dinner. The 4-year-old gelding covered the 1� miles in 2:28[3/5].
Spectacular Bid ($2.10), Bill Shoemaker up, beat Hold Your Tricks by 10 lengths to win the $259,800 Washington Park Stakes at Arlington. The 4-year-old colt ran a track-record 1:46[1/5] for the 1? miles.
XXII OLYMPIC GAMES (page 10)—CYCLING: 100-kilometer, Men, 1) YURI KASHIRIN, OLEG LOGVIN, SERGEI SHELPAKOV, ANATOLI HARKIN ( U.S.S.R.), 2) East Germany, 3) Czechoslovakia.
PISTOL SHOOTING: 50-meter, 1) ALEXANDER MELENTEV ( U.S.S.R.), with a world record 581 points, 2) Harald Vollmar ( East Germany), 3) Lubtcho Diakov ( Bulgaria).