BOWLING—MIKE AULBY defeated Gil Sliker 205-202 in Windsor, Ontario, to win the $100,000 Canadian Open.
BOXING—JEFF CHANDLER retained his WBA bantamweight crown with a seventh-round knockout of Julian Solis in Atlantic City, N.J. (page 40).
WBC bantamweight champion LUPE PINTOR successfully defended his title with an eighth-round TKO of Jovito Rengifo in Las Vegas.
CANOEING—The U.S. won four of nine gold medals during slalom competition at the Wild Water World Championships in Bala, Wales, as STEPHEN and MICHAEL GARVIS won the C-2 men's event, ELIZABETH HAYMAN and FRITZ HALLER were victors in the C-2 mixed, and JON LUGBILL was the C-1 men's titlist. Lugbill then joined his brother RON and DAVID HEARN to win the C-1 team championship.
GOLF—JOHN MAHAFFEY fired an eight-under-par 276 to win a $300,000 PGA tournament in Williamsburg, Va. by two shots over Andy North.
A nine-under-par 279 gave PAT BRADLEY a one-stroke victory over Beth Daniel in the $150,000 U.S. Women's Open in La Grange, Ill. (page 42).
HARNESS RACING—DEFIANT YANKEE ($6.40), Howard Beissinger in the sulky, beat Snack Bar by 1� lengths to win the $233,955 Dexter Cup Trot at Roosevelt Raceway. The 3-year-old covered the mile in 2:01.
Eugene Lefevre drove IDEAL DU GAZEAU ($11.40) to a neck's victory over Jorky in the $250,000 International Trot at Roosevelt Raceway. The 7-year-old horse covered the 1� miles in 2:32[3/5].
Bruce Riegle drove THREE DIAMONDS ($2.80) to a 6�-length victory over Curtain Closer in the $284,200 John Chapman Memorial Pace at Roosevelt Raceway. The 2-year-old filly covered the mile in 2:00.
HORSE RACING—Walter Swinburn rode SHERGAR, a 2-5 favorite, to a four-length victory over Madame Gay in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes in Ascot, England (page 12).