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September 19, 1977
BOXING—ALFREDO ESCALERA of Puerto Rico successfully defended his WBC junior lightweight crown for the 10th time, gaining a unanimous 15-round decision over Mexico's Sigfrido Rodriguez in San Juan.
September 12, 1977
BOATING—TED TURNER'S Courageous beat archrival Enterprise for the 13th time in 20 races and was selected by the New York Yacht Club to defend the America's Cup against Australia, which became the challenger by...
August 15, 1977
ARCHERY—RICH MCKINNEY of Muncie, Ind. broke the world double-round scoring record with 2,586 points and won the national championships at Miami (Ohio) University over defender Darrell Pace. LUANN RYON of Riverside,...
April 04, 1977
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—DELTA STATE won its third straight AIAW championship, defeating Louisiana State 68-55 in Minneapolis (page 59).
August 16, 1976
AEROBATICS—The SOVIET UNION swept the eighth world championships in Kiev, taking the men's (VICTOR LETSKO), women's (LIDIA LEONOVA) and team titles.