BOWLING—GUPPY TROUP defeated Mark Baker 184-156 to win $16,000 and the Austin Open.
BOXING—BOBBY CZYZ of Wanaque, N.J. won the USBA super middleweight title with a 10-round decision over defending champion Murray Sutherland of Bay City, Mich.
Undefeated MIKE McCALLUM scored an eighth-round TKO over David Braxton to retain his WBA junior middleweight crown in Miami.
Joey Olivo of L.A. retained his WBA junior flyweight title by winning a unanimous decision over Choi Moon Jin of South Korea, in Seoul.
Dwight Muhammad Qawi of Camden, N.J. knocked out defending champion Piet Crous of South Africa in the 11th round to win the WBA junior heavyweight title in Sun City, Bophuthatswana.
CYCLING—TOM SCHULER of Downer's Grover, Ill. beat David Ware of Miami in a sprint to win the 35-mile Mayor's Cup cycling race in Troy, Mich. in 1:11.07. BETSY DAVIS of Lavalette, N.J. won the women's 15-mile race by 42 seconds over Carole Brennan of Rockford, Ill. with a time of 28:56.
FENCING—At the world championships in Barcelona, WEST GERMANY took two team titles, one in the women's foil and the other in the men's �p�e; ITALY won the men's foil and the U.S.S.R. took first in the men's saber.
GOLF—PHIL BLACKMAR won $108,000 and the Greater Hartford Open in Cromwell, Conn. after sinking a 10-foot putt on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff. It was his first tour victory. Blackmar, Jodie Mudd and Dan Pohl were tied at 13-under-par 271 after regulation play.
Pat Bradley shot a final-round four-under-par 68 for a 72-hole total of 278 to defeat Jane Geddes by one stroke at the du Maurier Classic in Montreal. Bradley earned $45,000 for the victory.
Charles Rymer, 17, of Ft. Mill, S.C. won the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship at the Brookfield Country Club in Clarence, N.Y. on the 19th hole, defeating Greg Lesher, 16, of Lebanon, Pa.