BASKETBALL—The U.S. defeated Yugoslavia 88-78 to win its second straight women's world basketball championship, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Katrina McClain led the U.S. with 23 points in the title game.
BOWLING—SCOTT DEVERS defeated Joe Salvemini 238-185 to win a PBA event and $20,000 in El Paso.
CYCLING—GREG LeMOND beat Claudio Chiappucci by 2:16 to win his second straight Tour de France. He completed the 21-stage, 2,112-mile journey in 90:43:20 (page 16).
EQUESTRIAN—JAMES YOUNG, riding Boysie II, had two penalty-free rounds and a jump-off time of 35.85 seconds to defeat Chris Kappler, aboard Concorde, by .37 of a second and win a Grandprix event in Moreland Hills, Ohio.
GOLF—NICK FALDO defeated Payne Stewart and Mark McNulty by five strokes to win the 119th British Open and $153,850, in St. Andrews, Scotland. Faldo, who shot an 18-under-par 270, also won the tournament in 1987 (page 34).
Chi Chi Rodriguez shot a final-round six-under-par 66 to win a PGA Senior tournament in Acme, Mich. He had a 13-under-par 203 for the tournament as he beat George Archer and Al Kelley by seven strokes and collected $75,000.
Beth Daniel birdied the first hole of sudden death to beat Patty Sheehan in an LPGA tour event in Vienna, Ohio. Daniel, who shot a nine-under-par total of 207 after regulation, took home $60,000.
HORSE RACING—STEINLEN ($5.20), Jose Santos up, led from the start in beating Capades by 3� lengths to win a handicap turf race and $300,000 at the Atlantic City Race Course. The 7-year-old horse ran the 1[3/16] miles in 1:52.
Montubio ($5.60), ridden by Jacinto Vasquez, was given a victory over stablemate Mi Selecto in the Brooklyn Handicap, at Belmont Park, after stewards upheld a foul claim against Mi Selecto, ridden by Jerry Bailey. The 5-year-old horse, who ran the 1� miles in 2:28[3/5], earned $241,920.
Jovial ($8.60), with Gary Stevens in the saddle, defeated Silver Ending by a neck to win the Swaps Stakes and $122,000, at Hollywood Park. The 3-year-old English colt covered the 1� miles in 2:01[1/5].