BOWLING—DANNY WISEMAN defeated Ron Palombi 221-210 to win a PBA event and $24,000 in Riverside, Calif.
EQUESTRIAN—DAVID RAPOSA, aboard Shady Lady, made a penalty-free ride in a time of 74.037 seconds to defeat Michael Matz, on Heisman, by 2.443 seconds to win the Lake Placid (N.Y.) Grandprix. It was Raposa's third Grandprix victory of the season.
GOLF—LEE TREVINO shot a final-round five-under-par 67 for a 13-under-par total of 275 to defeat Jack Nicklaus by two strokes and win the U.S. Senior Open, in Paramus, N.J. Trevino earned $90,000 for the victory (page 20).
Cathy Johnston had a two-under-par 71 in the final round for a 16-under-par total of 276 to beat Patty Sheehan by two strokes and win an LPGA tour event and $90,000 in Kitchener, Ont.
Wayne Levi finished with a 13-under-par total of 267 to defeat Mark Calcavecchia, Brad Fabel, Rocco Mediate and Chris Perry by two strokes and prevail in the Greater Hartford Open. Levi earned $180,000 for the victory.
Philip Walton parred the second playoff hole to beat Bernhard Langer and win the French Open, in Chantilly. Walton birdied the 72nd hole to tie Langer at five-under-par 275 at the end of regulation play. He received $99,160 for his triumph.
HORSE RACING—SALSABIL, with Willie Carson in the saddle, sprinted past Deploy in the final furlong to win the million-dollar Irish Derby by three quarters of a length, at the Curragh, in Dublin. The 3-year-old ran the 1� miles in 2:33 to become the first filly to win the derby since Gallinaria, in 1900.
Profit Key ($3.20), Jose Santos up, led all the way and held off a late charge by Rhythm to win the Dwyer Stakes by 1� lengths, at Belmont Park. The 3-year-old colt covered the mile in 1:47[2/5] and earned $102,960 for the victory.
Beautiful Melody ($5.40), ridden by Kent Desormeaux, and RELUCTANT GUEST ($4.60), ridden by Robbie Davis, finished in a dead heat in the Beverly Hills Handicap, at Hollywood Park. The 4-year-old fillies ran the 1? miles on turf in 1:47, and each received a purse of $82,300.
MARATHON—ANTONI NIEMCZAK of Poland overtook Andr�s Espinoza of Mexico at the 25-mile mark and went on to win the City of San Francisco Marathon by 15 seconds. Niemczak finished in a course-record 2:13:48.