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BOATING—The U.S. completed its 22nd successful defense of the 123-year-old America's Cup as Courageous won four straight races from Australia's Southern Cross off Rhode Island (page 75).
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June 22, 1970
BOATING—Veteran racer BILL MUNCEY, 41, won his fourth President's Cup on the Potomac River, collecting 1,100 points in his classic-design unlimited hydroplane MYR'S SHEET METAL. Bill Schumacher finished second with...
August 06, 1973
ARCHERY—The U.S. men's team clinched top honors in the world championships at Grenoble, France while the American women finished second, behind the Soviet Union. LINDA MYERS of York, Pa. won the women's individual...
May 09, 2005 | Edited by Mark Betchel
79 At bats before Cincinnati's Ken Griffey Jr. hit his first home run of the season, the longest season-opening homer drought of his career.