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BOATING—Britons CHAY BLYTH and ROB JAMES sailed the 65-foot trimaran Brittany Ferries GB to victory over 83 other yachts to win a double-handed transatlantic race between Plymouth, England and Newport, R.I. They set a shorthanded Europe-to-America record in the process, sailing the 3,000 miles in 14 days, 13 hours, 54 minutes and beating the old mark by more than three days.
BOWLING—MATT SURINA beat Art Trask 236-192 to win the PBA's $95,000 Tucson Open.
GOLF—DAVID GRAHAM shot a seven-under-par 273 to win the 81st U.S. Open in Ardmore, Pa. (page 18).
HARNESS RACING—NEWT LOBELL ($11.80), Carmine Abbatiello in the sulky, defeated Rusty Abbot by a neck to win the $154,000 George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series final at Roosevelt Raceway. The 7-year-old covered the mile in 1:56[4/5].
Arnie's aim ($43.40), driven by Greg Wright, beat Snack Bar by � of a length to win the $131,000 Historic Cup at The Meadowlands. The 3-year-old colt trotted the mile in 1:59[1/5].
HORSE RACING—DASH AGAIN ($33.20), with Danny Mitchell in the saddle, beat The Plan by a neck to win the $636,000 Kindergarten Futurity for quarter-horses at Los Alamitos Race Course. The 2-year-old filly ran the 350 yards in 17.78 seconds.
Soldier boy ($48.20), ridden by Roger Danjean, defeated Niteange by 2� lengths to win the $162,000 Massachusetts Handicap at Suffolk Downs. The 5-year-old covered the 1? miles in 1:49[2/5].