BOATING—AMERICAN YACHT CLUB in 10-race round robin for Syce Cup and women's sailing championship of Long Island Sound.
BOXING—JIMMY CARTER, 7-round KO over Jimmy Grow, lightweights, Hollywood.
Ludwig Lightburn, 9-round KO over Davey Dupas, lightweights, New Orleans.
Carmelo Costa, 10-round decision over Al Tisi, featherweights, New York.
July 27, 1958
GOLF—FLORY VAN DONCK, Belgium, French open championship, with 137 in 36-hole playoff with Harold Henning, Paris.
HARNESS RACING—BELLE ACTON, $50,800 Trans-America Pace, by nose for seventh straight win. Billy Haughton, driver.
Circo, $27,550 Mr. America Trot, 1 m., by 2½ lengths, in 2:08. Billy Haughton, driver.
HORSE RACING—VICTORY MORN: $45,800 Dwyer Handicap, 1 3/16 m., by neck, in 1:58 4/5, Jamaica. Eric Guerin up.
BALLY MOSS: $76,860 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, 1½ m., by 3 lengths, Ascot, England. Scobie Breasley up.
ALANESIAN: $38,362 New Castle, 1 1/16 m., by 3 lengths, in 1:44 1/5, Delaware Pk. Willie Boland up.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—STIRLING MOSS, Britain, 186.5-m. international circuit at Caen, France, in 2:00:9.7, in Cooper. Runner-up: Joachim Bonnier, Sweden, in Maserati.
Paul Ernst Strahle, Germany, Bino Heins, Brazil, 858.8-m. Messina 10-hour, with 85.88-mph average, in Porsche 1,500.
J. Roberts Butcher, Binghamton, N.Y., eighth annual Giants' Despair hill climb in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., in Cad-Allard.
Bob Welborn, Greensboro, N.C., NASCAR 100-m. Grand National convertible race, in 1:42:20, with 58.63-mph average, in 1957 Chevrolet, Greenville, S.C.
SHOOTING—CPL. FRED A. GRANT, 2,598-94, for grand aggregate championship, Southwestern Regional Pistol Shoot, Fort Worth.
SWIMMING—TOM PARK, Bellflower, Calif., fifth annual Atlantic City marathon swim, 11:52:45 for 26-m. course. Runner-up: Cliff Lumsden, Toronto.
TENNIS—ARGENTINA, over Israel, 3-0, Davis Cup American Zone semifinal round, Buenos Aires.
United States, over Canada, 5-0, Davis Cup American Zone semifinal round, Toronto.
Mrs. William Du Pont Jr., Wilmington, Del., over Gwenyth Thomas, 17, Shaker Heights, Ohio, 6-2, 6-4, for Middle States women's grass court championship, Philadelphia.
TRACK & FIELD—MANFRED GERMAR, West German national championships, 10.2 for 100 meters for year's best time, Hanover.
Glenn Davis, Columbus, Ohio, 49.8 for 400-meter hurdles, for Bislet Stadium record, Oslo.