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A roundup of the week Aug. 2-8
Compiled by ROB BUCHANAN
August 16, 1982
ARCHERY—LUANN RYON, the 1976 Olympic gold medalist, won the women's crown at the National Target Archery championship in Oxford, Ohio with a two-day total of 2,541 points. RICK McKINNEY won his fourth men's title in six years, scoring 2,616 points in the two final rounds, to break his own 1979 record of 2,591.
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August 16, 1982

A Roundup Of The Week Aug. 2-8

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ARCHERY—LUANN RYON, the 1976 Olympic gold medalist, won the women's crown at the National Target Archery championship in Oxford, Ohio with a two-day total of 2,541 points. RICK McKINNEY won his fourth men's title in six years, scoring 2,616 points in the two final rounds, to break his own 1979 record of 2,591.

BOWLING—WAYNE WEBB beat top qualifier Roy Buckley 247-191 to win the $95,000 Waukegan (Ill.) Open.

BOXING—DWIGHT BRAXTON scored a sixth-round TKO of Matthew Saad Muhammad in Philadelphia to retain his WBC light heavyweight title (page 28).

GOLF—RAY FLOYD shot a final-round 72 for an eight-under-par 272 to win the $450,000 PGA Championship in Tulsa. He finished three strokes ahead of Lanny Wadkins (page 26).

Sandra Palmer fired a seven-under-par 281 to win a $175,000 LPGA event in Danvers, Mass., beating Terri Moody by a stroke.

In women's amateur golf, the UNITED STATES defeated Great Britain and Ireland 14�-3� in Denver to win its 12th Curtis Cup in a row.

HARNESS RACING—FORTUNE TELLER ($4.80), Eldon Harner in the sulky, beat Ticket To Ride by 1� lengths to win the $1,957,500 Woodrow Wilson Pace at the Meadowlands. The colt's time was 1:55[3/5], a track and stakes record for 2-year-olds.

Speed Bowl ($4.60), driven by Tommy Haughton, edged Jazz Cosmos by a neck in 1:57 to win the deciding heat of the $875,000 Hambletonian (page 52).

HORSE RACING—SILVER BUCK ($3.60), Don Mac-Beth up, beat Winter's Tale by 1� lengths to win the $165,000 Whitney Stakes at Saratoga. The 4-year-old covered the nine furlongs in 1:47[4/5].

MOTOR SPORTS—Turbocharged cars finished first and second at the German Grand Prix, as PATRICK TAMBAY drove his Ferrari to victory, 16.4 seconds in front of Rene Arnoux, in a Renault. Tam-bay averaged 130.4 mph for the 45 laps of the 4.2-mile Hockenheim circuit.

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