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October 13, 1975
BASKETBALL—The Soviet team dominated a field of 13 at the seventh world women's championships, beating Italy 85-49 to win the tournament in Bogota, Colombia. The U.S. was eliminated from championship play but won the...
August 18, 1975
ARCHERY—World champion DARRELL PACE, 18, of Reading, Ohio won the men's title for the third straight time at the national championships at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. In the process, Pace became the first to...
July 21, 1975
BOATING—Defending sloop LA FORZA DEL DESTINO, a 52-footer owned and skippered by Norman Raben of New York, captured Class A and over-all honors in the 16th biennial Marblehead, Mass.-to-Halifax, Nova Scotia race. Her...
August 26, 1974
BICYCLING—ANTON TKAC of Czechoslovakia won the men's amateur sprint event at the world championships in Montreal. Russian TAMARA PILTSIKOVU outpedaled American Sue Novarra to win the women's amateur sprint final and...
August 19, 1974
ARCHERY—DARRELL PACE of Cincinnati, Ohio and DOREEN WILBER of Jefferson, Iowa successfully defended their NAA titles in the National Archery Championships at Miami U. in Oxford, Ohio. Pace amassed 2,997 points to...