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September 20, 2000


 Wednesday's Grouped Summer Olympic Results

 SYDNEY (AP) -- Results Wednesday from the Summer Olympics:

 

 ARCHERY

 Men

 Individual 70m

 Third Round

 Simon Fairweather, Australia, def. Ismely Arias, Cuba, 167-163; Victor Wunderle, U.S., def. Vadim Shikarev, Kazakhstan, 171-166; Magnus Petersson, Sweden, def. Yang Bo, China, 167-164; Wietse van Alten, Netherlands, def. Stanislav Zabrodskiy, Kazakstan, 166-164; Sebastien Flute, France, def. Fred van Zutphen, Netherlands, 166-159; Kim Chung-tae, South Korea, def. Michele Frangilli, Italy, 169-166;; Oh Kyo-moon, South Korea, def. Masafumi Makiyama, Japan, 166-160; Baljinima Tsyrempilov, Russia, def. Jang Yong-ho, South Korea, 167-16.

 Quarter-finals

 Wietse van Alten, Netherlands, def. Sebastien Flute, France, 106-102; Magnus Petersson, Sweden, def. Kim Chung-tae, South Korea, 112-111; Victor Wunderle, U.S., def. Oh Kyo-moon, South Korea, 108-105; Simon Fairweather, Australia, def. Baljinima Tsyrempilov, Russia, 113-104.

 Semifinals

 Victor Wunderle, U.S., def. Magnus Petersson, Sweden, 108-107; Simon Fairweather, Australia, def. Wietse van Alten, Netherlands, 112-110.

 Gold Medal Match

 Simon Fairweather, Australia, def. Victor Wunderle, U.S., 113-106.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Wietse van Alten, Netherlands, def. Magnus Petersson, Sweden, 114-109.

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 BOXING

 63.5-kg

 First Round

 Nurhan Suleymanoglu, Turkey, def. Mike Strange, Canada, Niagara Falls, Ont., 9-3.

 Ricardo Williams, U.S., def. Henry Collins, Australia, Outclassed-4, 01:26.

 Olusegun Ajose, Nigeria, def. Anoushirvan Nourian, Iran, Walkover.

 Hwang Sung-bum, South Korea, def. Mariusz Cendrowski, Poland, 14-4.

 Alexandre Leonov, Russia, def. Sami Khelifi, Tunisia, 14-9.

 Kay Huste, Germany, def. Victor Hugo Castro, Argentina, 5-3.

 Sven Paris, Italy, def. Pongsak Hrientounthong, Thailand, 14-3.

 Mohamed Allalou, Algeria, def. Lukas Konecny, Czech Republic, 17-9.

 Ben Neequaye, Ghana, def. Munga Fredrick Kinuthia, Kenya, 14-2.

 Sergei Bukovski, Belarus, def. Romeo Brin, Philippines, 8-5.

 Kelson Carlos Santos Pinto, Brazil, def. Ghulam Shabbir, Pakistan, Outclassed-4, 01:44.

 Mahamadkadyz Abdullaev, Uzbekistan, def. Miguel A Cotto, Puerto Rico, 17-7.

 75-81kg

 First Round

 Andri Fedtchouk, Ukraine, def. Azize Raguig, Morocco, Headblow-3, 00:36.

 Charles Adamu, Ghana, def. Courtney Fry, Britain, 16-3.

 Gurcharan Singh, India, def. Choi Ki-soo, South Korea, 11-9.

 Danie Venter, South Africa, def. Ihab Alyousef, Syria, 12-9.

 Isael Alvarez, Cuba, def. Giacobbe Fragomeni, Italy, Outclassed-4, 01:10.

 Olzhas Orazaliyev, Kazakstan, def. Hugo German Garay, Argentina, Outclassed-4, 01:56.

 Sergei Mikhailov, Uzbekistan, def. Rasco Grigore Claudiu, Romania, 15-6.

 Ali Ysmajlov, Azerbaijan, def. Dankov Emil-Krastev, Bulgaria, 14-9.

 John Dovi, France, def. Shawn Terry Cox, Barbados, 14-10.

 Alexey Katulievsky, Kyrgyzstan, def. George Olwande Odindo, Kenya, 11-2.

 Daniel Green, Australia, def. Laudelino Barros, Brazil, Outclassed-4, 01:58.

 Alexander Lebziak, Russia, def. Fall El Hadji Djibril, Senegal, Outclassed-3, 00:39.

 

 CANOE-KAYAK

 Men

 C-2 final: 1. Slovakia (Pavol Hochschorner; Peter Hochschorner), (119.01, 2, 121.01; 116.73, 0, 116.73), 237.74; 2. Poland (Krzysztof Kolomanski; Michal Staniszewski), (124.19, 0, 124.19; 119.62, 0, 119.62), 243.81; 3. Czech Republic (Marek Jiras; Tomas Mader), (121.43, 2, 123.43; 122.02, 4, 126.02), 249.45; 4. Britain (Stuart Bowman; Nick Smith), (121.85, 2, 123.85; 126.08, 0, 126.08), 249.93; 5. Czech Republic (Jaroslav Volf; Ondrej Stepanek), (126.27, 0, 126.27; 123.09, 4, 127.09), 253.36; 6. Poland (Andrzej Wojs; Slawomir Mordarski), (119.74, 2, 121.74; 127.77, 6, 133.77), 255.51; 7. France (Frank Adisson; Wilfrid Forgues), (119.28, 0, 119.28; 119.63, 52, 171.63), 290.91; 8. Germany (Andre Ehrenberg; Michael Senft), (123.15, 2, 125.15; 124.63, 52, 176.63), 301.78.

 K-1 final: 1. Thomas Schmidt, Germany, (108.64, 0, 108.64; 108.61, 0, 108.61), 217.25; 2. Paul Ratcliffe, Britain, (110.22, 2, 112.22; 109.49, 2, 111.49), 223.71; 3. Pierpaolo Ferrazzi, Italy, (111.79, 0, 111.79; 113.24, 0, 113.24), 225.03; 4. Helmut Oblinger, Austria, (112.58, 0, 112.58; 111.87, 2, 113.87), 226.45; 5. Scott Shipley, U.S., (110.99, 2, 112.99; 113.68, 0, 113.68), 226.67; 6. Manuel Koehler, Austria, (113.06, 2, 115.06; 111.74, 0, 111.74), 226.80; 7. Tomas Kobes, Czech Republic, (112.23, 2, 114.23; 112.76, 0, 112.76), 226.99; 8. Laurent Burtz, France, (112.64, 0, 112.64; 110.99, 4, 114.99), 227.63; 9. Mathias Roethenmund, Switzerland, (114.92, 0, 114.92; 113.04, 0, 113.04), 227.96; 10. Dejan Kralj, Slovenia, (116.60, 0, 116.60; 111.48, 0, 111.48), 228.08.

 11. Andrej Glucks, Croatia, (115.16, 0, 115.16; 115.06, 0, 115.06), 230.22; 12. Peter Nagy, Slovakia, (117.66, 0, 117.66; 116.37, 0, 116.37), 234.03; 13. Jiri Prskavec, Czech Republic, (121.82, 0, 121.82; 112.84, 0, 112.84), 234.66; 14. Enrico Lazzarotto, Italy, (118.89, 2, 120.89; 115.03, 0, 115.03), 235.92; 15. Fedja Marusic, Slovenia, (114.62, 0, 114.62; 113.37, 54, 167.37), 281.99.

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 CYCLING

 Men

 Sprint

 Semifinals

 1. Marty Nothstein, U.S., def. Jens Fiedler, Germany, 10.930, 10.903. 2. Florian Rousseau, France, def. Laurent Gane, France (l-10.822, w-10.877), 11.536.

 Gold Medal

 Marty Nothstein, U.S.,, Florian Rousseau, France, 10.874, 11.066.

 Bronze Medal

 Jens Fiedler, Germany, def. Laurent Gane, France, 10.732, 10.918.

 

 Point Race

 Time Trial

 1. Juan Llaneras, Spain, 14 (0); 2. Milton Wynants, Uruguay, 18 (-1); 3. Alexey Markov, Russia, 16 (-1); 4. Cho Ho-sung, South Korea, 15 (-1); 5. Jame Carney, U.S., 10 (-1); 6. Franz Stocher, Austria, 8 (-1); 7. Glen Thomson, New Zealand, 6 (-1); 8. Silvio Martinello, Italy, 5 (-1).

 

 Women

 Sprint

 Semifinals

 1. Felicia Ballanger, France, def. Michelle Ferris, Australia, 12.328, 12.124; 2. Oxana Grichina, Russia, def. Iryna Yanovych, Ukraine, 12.594, 12.726.

 Gold Medal

 Felicia Ballanger, France, def. Oxana Grichina, Russia (w-11.810, l-13.112), 12.533.

 Bronze Medal

 Iryna Yanovych, Ukraine, def. Michelle Ferris, Australia, 12.156, 12.310.

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 EQUESTRIAN

 Individual Three-Day Event

 Dressage test

 1. David O'Connor (Custom Made), U.S., 29.00; 2. Marina Koehncke (Longchamps), Germany, 34.80; 3. Heidi Antikatzidis (Michaelmas), Greece, 37.40; 4. Mark Todd (Eyespy Ii), New Zealand, 39.00; 5 (tie), Andrew Hoy (Swizzle In), Australia, 39.80; Sofia Andler (Amaretto), Sweden, 39.80; 7. Blyth Tait (Welton Envoy), New Zealand, 40.80; 8. Rodolphe Scherer (Bambi De Briere), France, 41.40; 9. Robert Costello (Chevalier), South Pines, N.C., 42.40; 10. Fabio Magni (Cool'n Breezy), Italy, 44.00.

 11. Amanda Ross (Otto Schumaker), Australia, 44.80; 12. Annette Wyrwoll (Bantry Bay), Germany, 45.00; 13. Mary King (Star Appeal), Britain, 47.00; 14. Nils Haagensen (Discovery Ii), Denmark, 47.20; 15. Brook Staples (Master Monarch), Australia, 47.60; 16. Daisuke Kato (Akwaba), Japan, 48.00; 17. Enrique Sarasola (Cool Boy), Spain, 50.00; 18. Karen Dixon (Too Smart), Britain, 50.40; 19. Nicolas Touzaint (Cobra D'or), France, 50.60; 20. Ian Stark (Arakai), Britain, 51.00.

 21. Mary Jane Tumbridge (Bermuda's Gold), Bermuda, 52.60; 22. Piia Pantsu (Uppercut), Finland, 52.80; 22. Julie Black (Hyde Park Corner), U.S., 52.80; 22. Austin O'Connor (Fabio), Ireland, 52.80; 25. Kai Rueder (Butscher), Germany, 53.00; 26. Bruno Goyens de Heusch (Graceland Cavalier), Belgium, 53.20; 27. Eduard Stibbe (Eton), Netherlands Antilles, 53.80; 27 (tie), Andrea Verdina (Donnizetti), Italy, 53.80; Jean-Lou Bigot (Twist La Beige), France, 56.40; 30. Wyn St. John (Oliver), Vancouver, 59.60.

 31. Paula Toernqvist (Monaghan), Sweden, 60.60; 32. Imtiaz Anees (Spring Invader), India, 61.00; 33. Bruce Mandeville (Larissa), New Westminster, B.C., 62.80; 34. Trevor Smith (High Scope), Ireland, 65.00; 35. Jorge Fernandez (Tiberio), Uruguay, 74.00; 36. Carlos Paro (Feline), Brazil, 81.60; 37. Henry Gramajo (Potencial), Uruguay, 83.00; 38. Roberto Macedo (Fricote), Brazil, 93.20.

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 FENCING

 Men

 Individual Foil

 First Round

 Wang Haibin, China, def. Gerald McMahon, Australia, 15-9; Brice Guyart, France, def. Leandro Cristian Marchetti, Argentina, 15-6; Lionel Plumenail, France, def. Tamer Tahoun, Egypt, 15-9; Mark Marsi, Hungary, def. Andrey Kolganov, Kazakhstan, 15-13; Abdul Muhsen Ali, Kuwait, def. Naoto Okazaki, Japan, 15-6; James Beevers, Britain, def. Marco Martins, Brazil, 15-7; Slawomir Mocek, Poland, def. Maher Ben Aziza, Tunisia, 15-2; Oleksiy Kruglyak, Ukraine, def. Oleksii Bryzgalov, Ukraine, 15-9.

 Second Round

 Salvatore Sanzo, Italy, def. Wang Haibin, China, 15-10; Kim Young-ho, South Korea, def. Brice Guyart, France, 15-13; Jean-Noel Ferrari, France, def. Lionel Plumenail, France, 15-8; Mark Marsi, Hungary, def. Wolfgang Wienand, Germany, 15-8; Carlos Rodriguez, Venezuela, def. Ilgar Mamedov, Russia, 15-14; Cliff Bayer, U.S., def. Ryszard Sobczak, Poland, 15-9; Rolando Tucker, Cuba, def. Joachim Wendt, Austria, 15-5; Ye Chong, China, def. Dong Zhaozhi, China, 15-6; Dmitri Chevtchenko, Russia, def. Adam Krzesinski, Poland, 15-8; Matteo Zennaro, Italy, def. Daniele Crosta, Italy, 15-11; Richard Breutner, Germany, def. Andrey Deev, Russia, 15-10; Joao Gomes, Portugal, def. Michael Ludwig, Austria, 15-12; Elvis Gregory, Cuba, def. Abdul Muhsen Ali, Kuwait, 15-5; Sergiy Golubytsky, Ukraine, def. James Beevers, Britain, 15-1; Slawomir Mocek, Poland, def. Oscar Garcia, Cuba, 15-9; Ralf Bissdorf, Germany, def. Oleksiy Kruglyak, Ukraine, 15-7.

 Third Round

 Salvatore Sanzo, Italy, def. Carlos Rodriguez, Venezuela, 15-7; Kim Young-ho, South Korea, def. Cliff Bayer, U.S., 15-14; Jean-Noel Ferrari, France, def. Rolando Tucker, Cuba, 15-13; Mark Marsi, Hungary, def. Ye Chong, China, 15-8; Dmitri Chevtchenko, Russia, def. Elvis Gregory, Cuba, 15-14; Sergiy Golubytsky, Ukraine, def. Matteo Zennaro, Italy, 15-12; Richard Breutner, Germany, def. Slawomir Mocek, Poland, 15-8; Ralf Bissdorf, Germany, def. Joao Gomes, Portugal, 15-11.

 Quarter-finals

 Dmitri Chevtchenko, Russia, def. Salvatore Sanzo, Italy, 15-14; Kim Young-ho, South Korea, def. Sergiy Golubytsky, Ukraine, 15-5; Jean-Noel Ferrari, France, def. Richard Breutner, Germany, 15-9; Ralf Bissdorf, Germany, def. Mark Marsi, Hungary, 15-13.

 Semifinals

 Kim Young-ho, South Korea, def. Dmitri Chevtchenko, Russia, 15-14; Ralf Bissdorf, Germany, def. Jean-Noel Ferrari, France, 15-7.

 Gold Medal Match

 Kim Young-ho, South Korea, def. Ralf Bissdorf, Germany, 15-14.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Dmitri Chevtchenko, Russia, def. Jean-Noel Ferrari, France, 15-14.

 GYMNASTICS

 Individual All-Round

 1. Alexei Nemov, Russia (9.800, 9.775, 9.687, 9.650, 9.775, 9.787), 58.474; 2. Yang Wei, China (9.700, 9.750, 9.712, 9.712, 9.750, 9.737), 58.361; 3. Oleksandr Beresh, Ukraine (9.675, 9.762, 9.550, 9.675, 9.750, 9.800), 58.212; 4. Ivan Ivankov, Belarus (9.575, 9.725, 9.762, 9.500, 9.700, 9.762), 58.024; 5. Oleksandr Svitlychnyy, Ukraine (9.600, 9.675, 9.525, 9.725, 9.725, 9.700), 57.950; 6. Blaine Wilson, U.S., (9.700, 9.587, 9.612, 9.800, 9.712, 9.525), 57.936; 7. Alexey Bondarenko, Russia (9.637, 9.725, 9.712, 9.400, 9.675, 9.775), 57.924; 8. Iordan Iovtchev, Bulgaria (9.550, 9.737, 9.750, 9.475, 9.675, 9.700), 57.887; 9. Zheng Lihui, China (9.612, 9.650, 9.575, 9.612, 9.675, 9.350), 57.474; 10. Lee Joo-hyung, South Korea (9.237, 9.650, 9.600, 9.525, 9.750, 9.700), 57.462.

 11. Rares Orzata, Romania (9.312, 9.612, 9.637, 9.662, 9.462, 9.700), 57.385; 12. Yoshihiro Saito, Japan (9.512, 9.600, 9.662, 9.437, 9.425, 9.725), 57.361; 13. Marian Dragulescu, Romania (9.637, 9.300, 9.562, 9.562, 9.487, 9.550), 57.098; 14. Paul Hamm, U.S., (9.675, 9.612, 9.550, 9.587, 9.750, 8.875), 57.049; 15. Dimitri Karbanenko, France (9.450, 9.125, 9.425, 9.612, 9.712, 9.637), 56.961; 16. Yann Cucherat, France (9.262, 9.662, 9.575, 9.212, 9.612, 9.600), 56.923; 17. Eric Lopez, Cuba (8.662, 9.600, 9.675, 9.687, 9.612, 9.575), 56.811; 18. Naoya Tsukahara, Japan (9.362, 8.425, 9.650, 9.562, 9.662, 9.762), 56.423; 19. Maxim Alechine, Russia (9.325, 9.000, 9.412, 9.412, 9.550, 9.700), 56.399; 20. Benjamin Varonian, France (9.500, 8.887, 9.550, 8.987, 9.725, 9.712), 56.361.

 21. Dimitrij Nonin, Germany (8.937, 9.437, 9.587, 9.012, 9.587, 9.750), 56.310; 22. Cho Seong-min, South Korea (9.262, 9.250, 9.550, 9.600, 9.662, 8.900), 56.224; 23. Aleksei Sinkevich, Belarus (8.750, 9.587, 9.500, 9.137, 9.575, 9.512), 56.061; 24. Dimitar Lountchev, Bulgaria (9.037, 9.562, 9.075, 9.375, 9.437, 9.525), 56.011; 25. Kenichi Fujita, Japan (9.512, 9.637, 9.600, 9.575, 8.750, 8.800), 55.874; 26. Omar Cortes, Spain (8.112, 9.675, 9.550, 9.325, 9.537, 9.650), 55.849; 27. Roman Zozulya, Ukraine (8.812, 9.625, 9.687, 9.162, 8.925, 9.600), 55.811; 28. Ioan Suciu, Romania (8.712, 9.725, 9.325, 9.212, 9.400, 9.412), 55.786; 29. Philippe Rizzo, Australia (9.350, 9.637, 8.775, 9.087, 9.187, 9.750), 55.786; 30. Lazaro Lamelas, Cuba (8.775, 9.262, 9.437, 9.262, 9.275, 9.575), 55.586;

 31. Victor Cano, Spain (9.087, 9.650, 9.462, 8.825, 8.875, 9.662), 55.561; 32. Craig Heap, Britain (9.112, 9.262, 9.450, 9.037, 9.275, 9.212), 55.348; 33. Ivan Pavlovsky, Belarus (8.925, 9.500, 9.312, 9.437, 8.375, 9.362), 54.911; 34. Alejandro Barrenechea, Spain (8.162, 8.612, 9.575, 9.237, 9.587, 9.237), 54.410; 35. Alberto Busnari, Italy (8.300, 9.550, 8.400, 8.362, 9.537, 9.662), 53.811; 36. Igor Cassina, Italy (7.937, 9.350, 8.412, 9.175, 8.812, 9.687), 53.373.

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 JUDO

 Men

 90-kg

 Gold Medal Match

 Mark Huizinga, Netherlands, def. Carlos Honorato, Brazil, Ippon, 03:22.

 Bronze Medal Matches

 Frederic Demontfaucon, France, def. Rasul Salimov, Azerbaijan, Ippon, 00:51; Ruslan Mashurenko, Ukraine, def. Keith Morgan, Calgary, Ippon, 00:50.

 

 Women

 70-kg

 Gold Medal Match

 Sibelis Veranes, Cuba, def. Kate Howey, Britain, Yusei-Gachi.

 Bronze Medal Matches

 Cho Min-sun, South Korea, def. Ulla Werbrouck, Belgium, Yusei-Gachi; Ylenia Scapin, Italy, def. Ursula Martin, Spain, Ippon, 01:38.

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 ROWING

 Men

 Lightweight Double Sculls

 Repechage

 1st 2 in each heat to semifinals; rest to consolation

 Heat 1: 1. Japan (Hitoshi Hase; Daisaku Takeda), 6:33.81; 2. Netherlands (Maarten van der Linden; Pepijn Aardewijn), 6:36.99; 3. Sweden (Josef Kaellstroem; Anders Baatemyr), 6:38.77; 4. Russia (Serguei Dmitriaitchev; Dmitri Ovetchko), 6:44.53.

 Heat 2: 1. Spain (Juan Zunzunegui; Ruben Alvarez), 6:39.20; 2. U.S. (Steve Tucker; Conal Groom), 6:39.72; 3. Cuba (Raul Leon; Osmani Martin), 6:44.03.

 Heat 3: 1. Germany (Ingo Euler; Bernhard Ruehling), 6:36.26; 2. Mexico (Romulo Bouzas Rodriguez; Gerardo Miguel Gomez Counahan), 6:38.07; 3. Argentina (Ulf Lienhard; Sebastian Rodrigo Massa), 6:41.10; 4. Hong Kong (Sing Yan Lo; Kam Chi Lui), 7:05.05.

 Heat 4: 1. Switzerland (Markus Gier; Michael Gier), 6:35.39; 2. Greece (Vasileios Polymeros; Panagiotis Miliotis), 6:38.78; 3. Britain (Tom Kay; Tom Middleton), 6:43.25; 4. Pakistan (Zahid Ali Pirzada; Hazrat Islam), 7:13.98.

 

 Lightweight Coxless Four

 Repechage

 1st 3 to semifinals

 1. Denmark (Soren Madsen; Thomas Ebert; Eskild Ebbesen; Victor Feddersen), 6:08.63; 2. Russia (Dmitri Kartachov; Andrei Chevel; Serguei Boukreev; Alexandre Ziouzine), 6:10.35; 3. Ireland (Neal Byrne; Neville Maxwell; Gearoid Towey; Anthony O'Connor), 6:13.00; 4. Chile (Jorge Morgenstern; Herbert Jans; Christian Yantani; Miguel Cerda), 6:15.49; 5. Japan (Keisuke Murai; Atsushi Obata; Hiroya Sato; Yasunori Tanabe), 6:18.56.

 

 Quad Sculls

 Repechage

 1st 3 to semifinals

 1. Cuba (Leonides Same; Eusebio Acea; Yoennis Hernandez; Yosbel Martinez), 6:04.45; 2. Austria (Raphael Hartl; Horst Nussbaumer; Arnold Jonke; Norbert Lambing), 6:05.65; 3. Belgium (Stijn Smulders; Arnaud Duchesne; Luc Goiris; Bjorn Hendrickx), 6:10.11; 4. China (Liu Jian; Liang Hongming; Hua Lingjun; Li Yang), 6:16.80.

 

 Eight

 Repechage

 1st 2 in each heat to semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. U.S. (Bryan Volpenhein; Bob Kaehler; Porter Collins; Tom Welsh; Dave Simon.; Jeffrey Klepacki; Garrett Miller; Christian Ahrens; Pete Cipollone), 5:43.22; 2. Romania (Costel Pavel Mutescu; Vasile Ionel Mastacan; Cristinel Cornel Nemtoc; Florian Tudor; Viorel Talapan; Andrei Nicolae Banica; Gheorghe Pirvan; Dorin Alupei; Dumitru Raducanu), 5:43.24; 3. Canada (Michael Belenkie, Calgary; Bryan Donnelly, Calgary; Matt Swick, St. Catharines, Ont.; Tom Herschmiller, Comox, B.C.; Lawrence Varga, Nanoose Bay, B.C.; Morgan Crooks, Lethbridge, Alta.; David Calder, Victoria; Adam Parfitt, Victoria; Chris Taylor, St. Catharines).

 Heat 2: 1. Britain (Andrew Lindsay; Ben Hunt-Davis; Simon Dennis; Louis Attrill; Luka Grubor; Kieran West; Fred Scarlett; Steve Trapmore; Rowley Douglas), 5:38.59; 2. Italy (Gioacchino Cascone; Franco Berra; Mario Palmisano; Marco Penna; Valerio Pinton; Raffaello Leonardo; Alessandro Corona; Luca Ghezzi; Gaetano Iannuzzi), 5:41.23; 3. Russia (Serguei Matveev; Alexandre Litvintchev; Pavel Melnikov; Andrei Gloukhov; Dmitri Kovalev; Vladimir Volodenkov; Dmitri Rozinkevitch; Anton Tchermachentsev; Alexandre Loukianov), 5:43.88; 4. Netherlands (Adri Middag; Peter van der Noort; Niels van der Zwan; Gerritjan Eggenkamp; Geert Jan Derksen; Gijs Kind; Geert Cirkel; Nico Rienks; Merijn van Oijen), 5:44.91.

 

 Women

 Lightweight Double Sculls

 Repechage

 1st 3 in each heat to semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Netherlands (Kirsten van der Kolk; Marit van Eupen), 7:10.46; 2. France (Benedicte Luzuy; Christelle Fernandez-Schulte), 7:11.46; 3. Poland (Elzbieta Kuncewicz; Ilona Mokronowska), 7:20.87; 4. Cuba (Marlenis Mesa; Dailin Taset), 7:29.10; 5. Mexico (Ana Sofia Soberanes Gonzalez; Maria de Lourdes Montoya Castorena), 7:33.58.

 Heat 2: 1. Australia (Sally Newmarch; Virginia Lee), 7:14.08; 2. Greece (Angeliki Gkremou; Chrysi Biskitzi), 7:17.38; 3. Bulgaria (Viktoriya Dimitrova; Margarita Petrova), 7:18.90; 4. Hungary (Anna Alliquander; Monika Remsei), 7:20.21; 5. Japan (Ayako Yoshida; Akiko Iwamoto), 7:23.36.

 Heat 3: 1. Switzerland (Kim Plugge; Pia Vogel), 7:12.99; 2. Canada (Fiona Milne, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.; Tracy Duncan), 7:18.83; 3, China (Yu Hua; Ou Shaoyan), 7:21.00; 4. Argentina (Marisa Alejandra Peguri; Maria Julia Garisoain), 7:28.19; 5. South Korea (Mun Hae-young; Im Jin-myung), 7:55.74.

 

 Quad Sculls

 Repechage

 1st 2 in each heat to semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Britain (Guin Batten; Gillian Lindsay; Katherine Grainger; Miriam Batten), 6:30.96; 2. Denmark (Bianca Carstensen; Katrin Gleie; Sarah Lauritzen; Dorthe Friis Pedersen), 6:35.76; 3. China (Liu Lijuan; Han Jing; Sun Guangxia; Liu Lin), 6:52.47.

 Heat 2: 1. Ukraine (Dina Myftakhutdinova; Tetyana Ustyuzhanina; Svitlana Mazii; Olena Ronzhyna), 6:29.41; 2. U.S. (Hilary Gehman; Jennifer Dore-Terhaar; Laurel Korholz; Kelly Salchow), 6:34.63; 3. Australia (Kerry Knowler; Monique Heinke; Julia Wilson; Sally Robbins), 6:42.22; 4. Romania (Doina Tudora Spircu; Aurica Chirita; Elena Popa; Crina Violeta Serediuc), 6:50.34.

 

 Eight

 Repechage

 1st 4 to final

 1. U.S. (Katie Maloney; Linda Miller; Amy Martin; Betsy McCagg; Torrey Folk.; Amy Fuller; Sarah Jones; Lianne Nelson; Raj Shah, North Greenbush), 6:17.36; 2. Canada: Heather McDermid, Calgary; Heather Davis, Vancouver; Dorota Urbaniak, Toronto; Theresa Luke, 100 Mile House, B.C.; Emma Robinson, Winnipeg; Alison Korn, Nepean, Ont.; Laryssa Biesenthal, Walkerton, Ont.; Buffy Alexander, St. Catharines; Lesley Thompson, London, Ont.); 3. Australia (Victoria Roberts; Alison Davies; Jodi Winter; Bronwyn Thompson; Rachael Kininmonth; Kristina Larsen; Emily Martin; Jane Robinson; Katie Foulkes), 6:17.72; 4. Belarus (Irina Bazilevskaya; Marina Kuzmar; Olga Berezneva; Marina Znak; Natalya Gelakh; Inessa Zakharevskaya; Yulia Bichik; Olga Tratsevskaya; Valentina Khokhlova), 6:19.42 5. Britain (Alison Sanders; Rowan Carroll; Elise Laverick; Francesca Zino; Alison Trickey; Alexandra Beever; Kate Mackenzie; Lisa Eyre; Charlotte Miller), 6:23.46.

 SAILING

 Open

 Soling

 1. Norway (Herman Horn Johannessen; Paul Davis; Espen Stokkeland) (5-2-1-3-5-17), 16 (Q); 2. New Zealand (Rod Davis; Don Cowie; Alan Smith) (3-3-10-2-7-3), 18 (Q); 3. Netherlands (Roy Heiner; Peter van Niekerk; Dirk de Ridder) (1-5-13-11-1-1), 19 (Q); 4. U.S. (Jeff Madrigali; Craig Healy; Hartwell Jordan) (4-14-2-15-2-2), 24 (Q); 5. Russia (Georgy Shayduko; Oleg Khoperskii; Andrei Kiriliouk) (2-8-4-8-6-9), 28 (Q).

 6. Australia (Neville Wittey; Joshua Grace; David Edwards) (8-11-6-1-9-14), 35 (Q); 7. Britain (Andy Beadsworth; Richard Sydenham; Barry Parkin) (13-7-8-4-4-13), 36 (Q); 8. Ukraine (Sergiy Pichugin; Volodymyr Korotkov; Sergiy Timokhov) (12-1-7-6-17-12), 38 (Q); 9. France (Philippe Presti; Pascal Rambeau; Jean-Marie Dauris) (9-13-11-9-3-7), 39 (Q); 10. Germany (Jochen Schuemann; Gunnar Bahr; Ingo Borkowski) (14-10-3-7-10-11), 41 (Q).

 11. Sweden (Hans Wallen; Johan Barne; Magnus Augustson) (7-15-5-10-17-5), 42 (Q); 12. Denmark (Jesper Bank; Henrik Blakskjaer; Thomas Jacobsen) (6-16-12-12-11-4), 45 (Q); 13. Canada (Bill and Matt Abbott, Sarnia, Ont.; Brad Boston, Point Edward, Ont.) (10-9-9-13-12-8), 48; 14. Italy (Nicola Celon; Daniele de Luca; Michele Paoletti) (16-6-14-5-14-10), 49; 15. Finland (Jali Makila; Erkki Heinonen; Sami Tamminen) (11-4-15-14-13-15), 57; 16, Spain (Manuel Doreste; Domingo Manrique; Juan Luis Wood) (15-12-16-16-8-6), 57.

 

 Laser

 1. Robert Scheidt, Brazil (1-2), 3; 2. Andreas Geritzer, Austria (2-11), 13; 3. Vasilij Zbogar, Slovenia (7-6), 13; 4. Karl Suneson, Sweden (10-5), 15; 5. Michael Blackburn, Australia (8-8), 16; 6. Philippe Bergmans, Belgium (13-4), 17; 7. Peer Moberg, Norway (12-7), 19; 8. Ben Ainslie, Britain (23-1), 24; 9. John Myrdal, U.S., (4-20), 24; 10. Vladimir Krutskikh, Russia (15-9), 24.

 11. Luis Martinez, Spain (3-23), 26; 12. Diego Negri, Italy (9-17), 26; 13. Gustavo Lima, Portugal (6-22), 28; 14. Tamas Eszes, Hungary (5-27), 32; 15. Peter Fox, New Zealand (14-19), 33; 16. Serge Kats, Netherlands (31-3), 34; 17. Antonios Bougiouris, Greece (16-18), 34; 18. Gareth Blanckenberg, South Africa (25-10), 35; 19. Maciej Grabowski, Poland (11-24), 35; 20. Kim Ho-kon, South Korea (24-15), 39.

 21. Allan Julie, Seychelles (20-21), 41; 22. Roope Suomalainen, Finland (29-13), 42; 23. Marty Essig, Carlisle, Ont., (28-16), 44; 24. Mate Arapov, Croatia (19-25), 44; 25. Jose Urbay, Cuba (34-14), 48; 26. Diego Emilio Romero, Argentina (22-26), 48; 27. Giedrius Guzys, Lithuania (18-31), 49; 28. Peder Ronholt, Denmark (17-33), 50; 29. Kunio Suzuki, Japan (40-12), 52; 30. Peter Saraskin, Estonia (26-30), 56.

 

 Men

 Mistral (Board)

 1. Christoph Sieber, Austria (1-2-1-24-1-10), 15; 2. Carlos Espinola, Argentina (8-3-8-1-5-7), 24; 3. Lars Kleppich, Australia (4-37-18-3-8-1), 34; 4. Aaron McIntosh, New Zealand (37-9-4-10-9-3), 35; 5. Alexander Baronjan, Germany (13-5-6-5-10-11), 37; 6. Przemyslaw Miarczynski, Poland (19-8-7-14-2-8), 39; 7. Nikolaos Kaklamanakis, Greece (20-12-5-9-7-6), 39; 8. Amit Inbar, Israel (3-13-14-13-13-5), 47; 9. Mike Gebhardt, U.S., (2-22-10-16-11-9), 48; 10. Alexandre Guyader, France (22-4-28-6-4-15), 51.

 11. Ricardo Santos, Brazil (5-10-21-12-22-4), 52; 12. Ted Huang, Taiwan (6-7-16-22-14-17), 60; 13. Joao Rodrigues, Portugal (9-25-37-7-3-20), 64; 14. Tony Philp, Fiji (17-11-3-21-33-13), 65; 15. Motokazu Kenjo, Japan (10-18-9-20-28-12), 69; 16. Ok Duck-pil, South Korea (21-28-12-4-16-18), 71; 17. I G Made Oka Sulaksana, Indonesia (15-1-11-27-23-25), 75; 18. Fredrik Palm, Sweden (30-21-30-2-12-14), 79; 19. Maxym Oberemko, Ukraine (7-23-15-18-30-16), 79; 20. Zhou Yuanguo, China (37-6-23-37-18-2), 86.

 470

 1. Portugal (Alvaro Marinho; Miguel Nunes) (1-4), 5; 2. Australia (Tom King; Mark Turnbull) (5-1), 6; 3. Ukraine (Evhen Braslavets; Igor Matvienko) (2-5), 7; 4. Britain (Nicholas Rogers; Joe Glanfield) (4-3), 7; 5. France (Gildas Philippe; Tanguy Cariou) (10-2), 12; 6. Israel (Eli Zukerman; Elad Ronen) (3-12), 15; 7. Argentina (Javier Conte; Juan de la Fuente) (11-6), 17; 8. U.S. (Paul Foerster; Robert Merrick) (8-9), 17; 9. Greece (Andreas Kosmatopoulos; Konstantinos Trigkonis) (13-7), 20; 10. Italy (Matteo Ivaldi; Francesco Ivaldi) (12-8), 20.

 49er

 1. Germany (Marcus Baur; Philip Barth) (5-1-4-3-11), 13; 2. U.S. (Jonathan McKee; Charlie McKee) (6-3-5-1-5), 14; 3. Finland (Thomas Johanson; Jyrki Jarvi) (2-7-2-12-3), 14; 4. Spain (Santiago Lopez-Vazquez; Javier de la Plaza) (1-8-11-8-4), 21; 5. Australia (Chris Nicholson; Daniel Phillips) (11-11-1-15-1), 24; 6. Portugal (Afonso Domingos; Diogo Cayolla) (7-13-3-6-8), 24; 7. Japan (Kenji Nakamura; Tomoyuki Sasaki) (4-4-10-16-9), 27; 8. Britain (Ian Barker; Simon Hiscocks) (13-5-6-10-6), 27; 9. Denmark (Michael Hestbaek; Jonatan Aage Persson) (8-2-7-13-17), 30; 10. Switzerland (Thomas Rueegge; Claude Maurer) (15-6-15-4-10), 35.

 

 Women

 Europe

 1. Shirley Robertson, Britain (4-3), 7; 2. Sari Multala, Finland (2-7), 9; 3. Neus Garriga, Spain (10-2), 12; 4. Larissa Nevierov, Italy (3-9), 12; 5. Sarah Macky, New Zealand (12-1), 13; 6. Maria Coleman, Ireland (11-5), 16; 7. Min Dezillie, Belgium (8-8), 16; 8. Siren Sundby, Norway (7-10), 17; 9. Petra Niemann, Germany (13-6), 19; 10. Beth Calkin, West Vancouver, B.C., (17-4), 21.

 11. Serena Amato, Argentina (6-15), 21; 12. Margriet Matthysse, Netherlands (1-24), 25; 13. Monika Bronicka, Poland (14-11), 25; 14. Kristine Roug, Denmark (5-21), 26; 15. Joana Pratas, Portugal (9-20), 29; 16. Therese Torgersson, Sweden (16-14), 30; 17. Maiko Sato, Japan (21-13), 34; 18. Lenka Smidova, Czech Republic (15-19), 34; 19. Maria Vlachou, Greece (23-12), 35; 20. Melanie Dennison, Australia (18-17), 35.

 21. Courtenay Becker-Dey, U.S., (20-18), 38; 22. Tatiana Drozdovskaya, Belarus (25-16), 41; 23. Tania Elias Calles Wolf, Mexico (19-23), 42; 24. Denise Cesky, Austria (22-22), 44; 25. Zaklina Litauniece, Latvia (24-26), 50; 26. Sara Wright, Bermuda (26-25), 51; 27. Tomeaka McTaggart, Cayman Islands (27-27), 54.

 

 Mistral (Board)

 1. Amelie Lux, Germany (1-2-1-1-4-2), 7; 2. Alessandra Sensini, Italy (3-1-3-2-1-4), 10; 3. Barbara Kendall, New Zealand (2-3-2-3-7-1), 11; 4. Lise Vidal, France (7-6-9-25-3-5), 30; 5. Lanee Butler, U.S., (30-4-12-6-5-7), 34; 6. Zhang Chujun, China (10-17-8-11-6-3), 38; 7. Anna Galecka, Poland (8-7-13-5-8-10), 38; 8. Jessica Crisp, Australia (13-15-4-4-9-9), 39; 9. Lai Shan Lee, Hong Kong (5-10-5-8-17-11), 39; 10. Maria del Carmen Vaz, Spain (4-5-14-9-19-12), 44.

 11. Masako Imai, Japan (6-12-10-10-15-6), 44; 12. Anja Kaeser, Switzerland (14-16-7-7-10-13), 51; 13. Ju Soon-ahn, South Korea (12-11-6-16-18-15), 60; 14. Michal Hein, Israel (11-8-21-14-14-19), 66; 15. Minna Aalto, Finland (9-18-20-12-21-8), 67; 16. Sigrid Rondelez, Belgium (21-13-11-19-11-17), 71; 17. Christine Johnston, Britain (25-9-26-17-2-20), 73; 18. Caroll-Ann Alie, Gracefield, Que. (15-21-16-27-12-18), 82; 19. Turia Vogel, Cook Islands (19-14-18-13-23-21), 85; 20. Angeliki Skarlatou, Greece (22-20-15-18-13-25), 88.

 21. Vita Matise, Latvia (18-19-17-22-20-14), 88; 22. Napalai Tansai, Thailand (16-23-25-21-16-16), 92; 23. Olha Maslivets, Ukraine (17-24-23-20-22-22), 104; 24. Irina Konstantinova, Bulgaria (20-25-22-15-25-24), 106; 25. Luca Gadorfalvi, Hungary (23-26-24-24-29-23), 120; 26. Anayansi Perez, Cuba (26-28-19-23-28-26), 122; 27. Christina Forte, Brazil (24-22-27-26-24-30), 123; 28. Ilknur Akdogan, Turkey (30-27-28-28-27-27), 137; 29. Endra Ha-Tiff, Seychelles (27-29-29-29-26-28), 139.

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 SHOOTING

 Men

 Double trap (150 targets) final): 1. x-Richard Faulds, Britain, (141.0, 46.0), 187.0; 2. Russell Mark, Australia, (143.0, 44.0), 187.0; 3. Fehaid Al Deehani, Kuwait, (141.0, 45.0), 186.0; 4. Conny Persson, Sweden, (141.0, 43.0), 184.0; 5. Roland Gerebics, Hungary, (140.0, 40.0), 180.0; 6. Lance Bade, U.S., (136.0, 43.0), 179.0; 7. Waldemar Schanz, Germany, (136.0, 0), 136.0; 8. Marco Innocenti, Italy, (135.0, 0), 135.0; 9. Michael Diamond, Australia, (135.0, 0), 135.0; 10 (tie), Mashfi Almutairi, Kuwait, (134.0, 0), 134.0; Raimo Kauppila, Finland, (134.0, 0), 134.0.

 12 (tie), Glenn Eller, U.S., (133.0, 0), 133.0; Bill Keever, U.S.,, 133.0, 0), 133.0; 14 (tie), Alexei Alipov, Russia, (131.0, 0), 131.0; Jean-Paul Gros, France, (131.0, 0), 131.0; 16. Jiri Gach, Czech Republic, (130.0, 0), 130.0; 17 (tie), Daniele di Spigno, Italy, (129.0, 0), 129.0; Sergio Pinero, Spain, (129.0, 0), 129.0; 19. Li Bo, China, (128.0, 0), 128.0; 20. Ayman Mazhar, Egypt, (125.0, 0), 125.0.

 21. Oguzhan Tuzun, Turkey, (124.0, 0), 124.0; 22. Michel Daou, Netherlands Antilles, (121.0, 0), 121.0; 23 (tie), Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum, United Arab Emirates, (120.0, 0), 120.0; Danilo Caro, Colombia, (120.0, 0), 120.0; 25. Des Coe, New Zealand, (118.0, 0), 118.0.

 x-won shootout

 

 25m Rapid Fire Pistol

 Qualifying

 Day 1

 1. Michel Ansermet, Switzerland, 295.0; 2. Oleg Khvatsovas, Belarus, 295.0; 3. Istvan Jambrik, Hungary, 293.0; 4. Leuris Pupo, Cuba, 293.0; 5. Serguei Alifirenko, Russia, 293.0; 6. Iulica Marian Cazan, Romania, 292.0; 7. Krzysztof Kucharczyk, Poland, 292.0; 8. Lajos Palinkas, Hungary, 291.0; 9 (tie), Daniel Leonhard, Germany, Iulian Raicea, Romania, both 291.0.

 11 (tie), Afanasijs Kuzmins, Latvia; Emil Milev, Bulgaria; Roman Spirelja, Croatia, all 290.0; 14 (tie), Ralf Schumann, Germany; Vladimir Vokhmyanin, Kazakhstan, 289.0; 16 (tie), Daniel Cesar Felizia, Argentina; Trung Hieu Nguyen, Vietnam, 288.0; 18, David Chapman, Australia, 287.0; 19. John McNally, Heath, Texas, 285.0; 20, Haojian Li, Hong Kong, 284.0; 21. Zuo Zhong, China, DNS.

 

 Women

 50-metre standard rifle 3 positions final: 1. Renata Mauer-Rozanska, Poland, (585.0, 99.6), 684.6; 2. Tatiana Goldobina, Russia, (585.0, 95.9), 680.9; 3. Maria Feklistova, Russia, (582.0, 97.9), 679.9; 4. Sonja Pfeilschifter, Germany, (585.0, 93.5), 678.5; 5. Shan Hong, China, (580.0, 96.9), 676.9; 6. Anni Bisso, Denmark, (584.0, 91.6), 675.6; 7. Olga Dovgun, Kazakstan, (583.0, 91.2), 674.2; 8. Melissa Mulloy, U.S., (580.0, 93.7), 673.7; 9 (tie). Lindy Hansen, Norway, (579.0, 0), 579.0; Lesya Leskiv, Ukraine, (579.0, 0), 579.0.

 11 (tie), Vessela Letcheva, Bulgaria, (578.0, 0), 578.0; Olga Pogrebnyak, Belarus, (578.0, 0), 578.0; Alexandra Schneider, Germany, (578.0, 0), 578.0; 14 (tie), Nonka Matova, Bulgaria, (577.0, 0), 577.0; Lucie Valova, Czech Republic, (577.0, 0), 577.0; 16. Wang Xian, China, (576.0, 0), 576.0; 17 (tie), Valerie Bellenoue, France, (575.0, 0), 575.0; Petra Horneber, Germany, (575.0, 0), 575.0; Oriana Scheuss, Switzerland, (575.0, 0), 575.0.

 20 (tie), Sue McCready, Australia, (574.0, 0), 574.0; Irina Shilova, Belarus, (574.0, 0), 574.0; 22. Aleksandra Ivosev, Yugoslavia, (573.0, 0), 573.0; 23 (tie), Zorigt Batkhuyag, Mongolia, (572.0, 0), 572.0; Aranka Binder, Yugoslavia, (572.0, 0), 572.0; Gabriele Buehlmann, Switzerland, (572.0, 0), 572.0; 26 (tie), Sharon Bowes, Waterloo, Ont., (571.0, 0), 571.0; Jean Foster, U.S., (571.0, 0), 571.0; Mladenka Malenica, Croatia, (571.0, 0), 571.0; 29. Nataliya Kalnysh, Ukraine, (568.0, 0), 568.0.

 30 (tie), Alyona Aksyonova, Uzbekistan, (567.0, 0), 567.0; Eunice Caballero, Cuba, (567.0, 0), 567.0; Yuliya Shakhova, Uzbekistan, (567.0, 0), 567.0; 33. Anjali Ramakanta Vedpathak, India, (566.0, 0), 566.0; 34, Marina Pons, Spain, (565.0, 0), 565.0; 35. Thrine Kane, U.S., (562.0, 0), 562.0; 36. Divna Pesik, Macedonia, (561.0, 0), 561.0; 37. Hiromi Misaki, Japan, (558.0, 0), 558.0; 38. Sabrina Sultana, Bangladesh, (554.0, 0), 554.0; 39. Carrie Quigley, Australia, (551.0, 0), 551.0; 40. Cari Johnson, Campbell River, B.C., (544.0, 0), 544.0.

 41. Amelia Rosa Fournel, Argentina, (542.0, 0), 542.0; 42. Malini Wickramasinghe, Sri Lanka, (528.0, 0), 528.0.

 470

 1. U.S. (J J Isler; Pease Glaser) (6-1), 7; 2. Italy (Federica Salva'; Emanuela Sossi) (4-4), 8; 3. Germany (Nicola Birkner; Wibke Buelle) (8-2), 10; 4. Greece (Sofia Bekatorou; Emilia Tsoulfa) (2-8), 10; 5. Australia (Jenny Armstrong; Belinda Stowell) (1-11), 12; 6. Ukraine (Ruslana Taran; Olena Pakholchyk) (5-7), 12; 7. Denmark (Susanne Ward; Michaela Ward) (3-10), 13; 8. Japan (Yumiko Shige; Yurie Alicia Kinoshita) (9-5), 14; 9. New Zealand (Melinda Henshaw; Jenny Egnot) (13-3), 16; 10. Argentina (Maria Fernanda Sesto; Paula Reinoso) (10-6), 16.

 SWIMMING

 Men

 200m Breaststroke

 Final

 1. Domenico Fioravanti, Italy, 2:10.87; 2. Terence Parkin, South Africa, 2:12.50; 3. Davide Rummolo, Italy, 2:12.73; 4. Regan Harrison, Australia, 2:12.88; 5. Daniel Malek, Czech Republic, 2:13.20; 6. Kyle Salyards, U.S., 2:13.27; 7. Johann Bernard, France, 2:13.31; 8. Ryan Mitchell, Australia, 2:14.00.

 

 100m Freestyle

 Final

 1. Pieter van den Hoogenband, Netherlands, 48.30; 2. Alexander Popov, Russia, 48.69; 3. Gary Hall Jr., U.S., 48.73; 4. Michael Klim, Australia, 48.74; 5. Neil Walker, U.S., 49.09; 6. Lars Froelander, Sweden, 49.22; 7. Denis Pimankov, Russia, 49.36; 8. Chris Fydler, Australia, 49.44.

 

 200m Backstroke

 Heat 1: 1. Lik Sun Fong, Hong Kong, 2:05.47; 2. Andrei Mihailov, Moldova, 2:06.67; 3. Ivan Angelov, Bulgaria, 2:07.30; 4. Guillermo Cabrera Gonzalez, Dominican Republic, 2:08.22; 5. Milos Cerovic, Yugoslavia, 2:09.07; 6. Aleksandr Egorov, Kyrgyzstan, 2:13.86.

 Heat 2: 1. Neisser Bent, Cuba, 2:02.05; 2. Mario Carvalho, Portugal, 2:03.82; 3. Eduardo German Otero, Argentina, 2:05.51; 4. Torwai Sethsothorn, Thailand, 2:05.52; 5. Ahmed Hussein, Egypt, 2:06.10; 6. Gary Tan, Singapore, 2:06.32; 7. Lee Jong-min, South Korea, 2:07.14; NR, Simon Thirsk, South Africa, DNS.

 Heat 3: 1. Klaas-Erik Zwering, Netherlands, 2:00.94 (Q); 2. Scott Talbot-Cameron, New Zealand, 2:01.53; 3. Blaz Medvesek, Slovenia, 2:01.67; 4. Markus Rogan, Austria, 2:02.84; 5. Alejandro Bermudez, Colombia, 2:03.43; 6. Miroslav Machovic, Slovakia, 2:04.73; 7. Arunas Savickas, Lithuania, 2:05.06; 8. Alex Lim, Malaysia, 2:08.23.

 Heat 4: 1. Razvan Florea, Romania, 1:59.79 (Q); 2. Orn Arnarson, Iceland, 1:59.80 (Q); 3. Gordan Kozulj, Croatia, 2:00.19 (Q); 4. Chris Renaud, Calgary, 2:00.51 (Q); 5. Volodymyr Nikolaychuk, Ukraine, 2:01.07 (Q); 6. Leonardo Costa, Brazil, 2:01.08 (Q); 7. Fu Yong, China, 2:02.70; NR, Viktor Bodrogi, Hungary, DQ.

 Heat 5: 1. Aaron Peirsol, U.S., 1:59.10 (Q); 2. Emanuele Merisi, Italy, 1:59.92 (Q); 3. Rogerio Romero, Brazil, 2:00.48 (Q); 4. Marko Strahija, Croatia, 2:00.72 (Q); 5. Yoav Gath, Israel, 2:00.80 (Q); 6. Simon Dufour, France, 2:01.09; 7. Mirko Mazzari, Italy, 2:02.13; 8. Guillermo Mediano, Spain, 2:03.45.

 Heat 6: 1. Lenny Krayzelburg, U.S., 1:58.40 (Q); 2. Cameron Delaney, Australia, 1:59.61 (Q); 3. Matthew Welsh, Australia, 1:59.76 (Q); 4. Serguei Ostaptchouk, Russia, 2:00.17 (Q); 5. Adam Ruckwood, Britain, 2:01.11; 6. Simon Militis, Britain, 2:01.20; 7. Dustin Hersee, Vancouver, 2:01.34; 8. Ralf Braun, Germany, 2:01.35.

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Aaron Peirsol, U.S., 1:58.44 (Q); 2. Matthew Welsh, Australia, 1:58.57 (Q); 3. Orn Arnarson, Iceland, 1:58.99 (Q); 4. Rogerio Romero, Brazil, 1:59.69 (Q); 5. Marko Strahija, Croatia, 1:59.85; 6. Klaas-Erik Zwering, Netherlands, 2:00.06; 7. Serguei Ostaptchouk, Russia, 2:00.47; 8. Leonardo Costa, Brazil, 2:02.26.

 Heat 2: 1. Lenny Krayzelburg, U.S., 1:57.27 (Q), (Olympic record. Old record, Lenny Krayzelburg, U.S., 1:58.40, Sept. 20, 2000); 2. Razvan Florea, Romania, 1:59.44 (Q); 3, Gordan Kozulj, Croatia, 1:59.56 (Q); 4. Emanuele Merisi, Italy, 1:59.78 (Q); 5. Cameron Delaney, Australia, 2:00.39; 6. Chris Renaud, Calgary, 2:01.19; 7. Volodymyr Nikolaychuk, Ukraine, 2:02.27; 8. Yoav Gath, Israel, 2:03.80.

 

 200m Individual Medley

 Heat 1: 1. Andrei Pakin, Kyrgyzstan, 2:07.88; 2. George Gleason, U.S. Virgin Islands, 2:08.25; 3. Djordje Filipovic, Yugoslavia, 2:09.58; 4. Felix Christiadi Sutanto, Indonesia, 2:09.77; 5. George Demetriades, Cyprus, 2:12.76; 6. Saad Khalloqi, Morocco, 2:13.22; 7. Sultan Alotaibi, Kuwait, 2:16.23; 8. Omar Abu-Fares, Jordan, 2:21.22.

 Heat 2: 1. Grigoriy Matuzkov, Kazakhstan, 2:05.45; 2. Jeremy Daniel Knowles, Bahamas, 2:06.85; 3. Javier Diaz, Mexico, 2:07.28; 4. Aleksandar Miladinovski, Macedonia, 2:07.45; 5. Walter Dario Arciprete, Argentina, 2:08.89; 6. Lik Sun Fong, Hong Kong, 2:09.00; 7. Orel Oral, Turkey, 2:09.51; 8. Francisco Picasso, Uruguay, 2:10.97.

 Heat 3: 1. George Bovell, Trinidad and Tobago, 2:04.68; 2. Oleg Pukhnatiy, Uzbekistan, 2:06.01; 3. Han Kyu-chul, South Korea, 2:06.42; 4. Arsenio Lopez Rosario, Puerto Rico, 2:06.49; 5. Stephen Fahy, Bermuda, 2:07.92; 6. Nien-pin Wu, Taiwan, 2:08.85; 7. Andrei Zaharov, Moldova, 2:09.13; 8. Haitham Hassan, Egypt, 2:09.92.

 Heat 4: 1. Dean Kent, New Zealand, 2:04.07; 2. Valery Kalmikovs, Latvia, 2:04.18; 3. Michael Windisch, Austria, 2:05.15; 4. Yves Platel, Switzerland, 2:05.19; 5. Artem Goncharenko, Ukraine, 2:05.98; 6. Kresimir Cac, Croatia, 2:07.04; 7. Michael Halika, Israel, 2:07.53; 8. Pathunyu Yimsomruay, Thailand, 2:08.38.

 Heat 5: 1, Tom Dolan, U.S., 2:01.55 (Q); 2. Marcel Wouda, Netherlands, 2:01.89 (Q); 3. Jani Sievinen, Finland, 2:02.00 (Q); 4. Christian Keller, Germany, 2:02.09 (Q); 5. Attila Czene, Hungary, 2:02.66 (Q); 6. Brian Johns, Richmond, B.C., 2:03.12 (Q); 7. Theo Verster, South Africa, 2:03.64; 8. Ioannis Kokkodis, Greece, 2:04.04.

 Heat 6: 1. Tom Wilkens, U.S., 2:02.21 (Q); 2. Matt Dunn, Australia, 2:02.44 (Q); 3. Cezar Badita, Romania, 2:02.48 (Q); 4. Xavier Marchand, France, 2:02.86 (Q); 5. Jens Kruppa, Germany, 2:03.08 (Q); 6. Jiro Miki, Japan, 2:03.33 (Q); 7. Peter Mankoc, Slovenia, 2:03.45; 8. Xie Xufeng, China, 2:04.67.

 Heat 7: 1. Massimiliano Rosolino, Italy, 2:00.92 (Q); 2. Curtis Myden, Calgary, 2:01.95 (Q); 3. Robert van der Zant, Australia, 2:02.77 (Q); 4. Jordi Carrasco, Spain, 2:02.89 (Q); 5. Terence Parkin, South Africa, 2:03.33; 6. Istvan Bathazi, Hungary, 2:03.63; 7. Jan Vitazka, Czech Republic, 2:03.66; 8. Susumu Tabuchi, Japan, 2:05.68.

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Tom Dolan, U.S., 2:00.38 (Q); 2. Christian Keller, Germany, 2:01.23 (Q); 3. Attila Czene, Hungary, 2:01.56 (Q); 4. Xavier Marchand, France, 2:01.81 (Q); 5. Matt Dunn, Australia, 2:01.95; 6. Curtis Myden, Calgary, 2:01.99; 7. Jens Kruppa, Germany, 2:02.55; 8. Jiro Miki, Japan, 2:03.90.

 Heat 2: 1. Massimiliano Rosolino, Italy, 2:01.14 (Q); 2. Marcel Wouda, Netherlands, 2:01.40 (Q); 3. Jani Sievinen, Finland, 2:01.46 (Q); 4. Tom Wilkens, U.S., 2:01.51 (Q); 5. Cezar Badita, Romania, 2:02.02; 6. Jordi Carrasco, Spain, 2:02.90; 7. Robert van der Zant, Australia, 2:02.91; 8. Brian Johns, Richmond, B.C., 2:02.92.

 Women

 200m Butterfly

 Final

 1. Misty Hyman, U.S., 2:05.88 (Olympic record. Old record: Mary T. Meagher, U.S., 2:06.90, Aug. 4, 1984); 2. Susie O'Neill, Australia, 2:06.58; 3. Petria Thomas, Australia, 2:07.12; 4. Mette Jacobsen, Denmark, 2:08.24; 5. Otylia Jedrzejczak, Poland, 2:08.48; 6. Kaitlin Sandeno, U.S., 2:08.81; 7. Yuko Nakanishi, Japan, 2:09.66; 8. Maki Mita, Japan, 2:10.72.

 

 800m Freestyle Relay

 Heat 1 1. Australia (Elka Graham, 2:01.91; Kirsten Thomson, 2:00.31; Jacinta van Lint, 2:01.97; Giaan Rooney, 1:59.07), 8:03.26 (Q); 2. France (Solenne Figues, 2:01.92; Laetitia Choux, 2:01.49; Katarin Quelennec, 2:02.24; Alicia Bozon, 2:01.38), 8:07.03 (Q); 3. Canada (Jessica Deglau, Vancouver, 2:01.92; Shannon Shakespeare, Winnipeg, 2:01.36; Katie Brambley, Victoria, Ont., 2:02.40; Jen Button, Waterloo, Ont., 2:01.44), 8:07.12 (Q); 4. Britain (Claire Huddart, 2:03.12; Karen Legg, 2:01.28; Nicola Jackson, 2:00.93; Janine Belton, 2:02.08), 8:07.41 (Q); 5. Netherlands (Carla Geurts, 2:00.56; Chantal Groot, 2:04.42; Haike van Stralen, 2:02.22; Manon van Rooijen, 2:01.33), 8:08.53; 6. Spain (Laura Roca, 2:02.25; Angels Bardina, 2:04.47; Natalia Cabrerizo, 2:04.94; Paula Carballido, 2:02.16), 8:13.82; NR, Ukraine, DQ.

 Heat 2

 1. U.S. (Samantha Arsenault, 1:59.38; Julia Stowers, Knoxville, Tenn., 2:01.51; Kim Black, Athens, Ga., 2:01.41; Diana Munz, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, 1:59.39), 8:01.69 (Q); 2. Romania (Camelia Potec, 2:00.27; Carmen Herea, 2:01.86; Lorena Diaconescu, 2:01.13; Simona Paduraru, 2:01.98), 8:05.24 (Q); 3. Italy (Cecilia Vianini, 2:00.91; Luisa Striani, 2:02.02; Sara Parise, 2:00.05; Sara Goffi, 2:03.20), 8:06.18 (Q); 4. Germany (Britta Steffen, 2:02.01; Sara Harstick, 2:00.68; Meike Freitag, 2:02.86; Antje Buschschulte, 2:00.97), 8:06.52 (Q); 5. China (Wang Luna, 2:03.45; Chen Yan, 2:02.10; Sun Dan, 2:02.16; Yang Yu, 1:59.98), 8:07.69; 6. Russia (Ioulia Fomenko, 2:02.84; Irina Oufimtseva, 2:00.96; Lioubov Ioudina, 2:03.16; Nadejda Tchemezova, 2:01.07), 8:08.03; 7. Belgium (Nina van Koeckhoven, 2:01.49; Yseult Gervy, 2:04.22; Fabienne Dufour, 2:05.46; Sofie Goffin, 2:01.20), 8:12.37; 8. Kyrgyzstan (Anna Korshikova, 2:06.99; Anjelika Solovieva, 2:15.59; Ekaterina Tochenaya, 2:10.56; Nataliya Korabelnikova, 2:08.07), 8:41.21.

 Final

 1. U.S. (Samantha Arsenault, 1:59.92; Diana Munz, 1:59.19; Lindsay Benko, 1:59.34; Jenny Thompson, 1:59.35), 7:57.80 (Olympic record. Old record: U.S., 7:59.87, July, 25, 1996); 2. Australia (Susie O'Neill, 1:58.70; Giaan Rooney, 1:59.37; Kirsten Thomson, 2:00.13; Petria Thomas, 2:00.32), 7:58.52; 3. Germany (Franziska van Almsick, 1:59.51; Antje Buschschulte, 2:00.35; Sara Harstick, 2:00.88; Kerstin Kielgass, 1:57.90), 7:58.64; 4. Romania (Camelia Potec, 1:59.10; Simona Paduraru, 2:01.52; Lorena Diaconescu, 2:01.47; Beatrice Caslaru, 1:59.54), 8:01.63; 5. Canada (Marianne Limpert, Fredericton, 1:59.85; Shannon Shakespeare, Winnipeg, 2:01.78; Joanne Malar, Hamilton, 2:00.50; Jessica Deglau, Vancouver, 2:00.52), 8:02.65; 6. Britain (Nicola Jackson, 2:00.56; Karen Legg, 2:01.55; Janine Belton, 2:00.79; Karen Pickering, 2:00.79), 8:03.69; 7. Italy (Sara Parise, 2:00.55; Cecilia Vianini, 1:59.46; Luisa Striani, 2:01.47; Sara Goffi, 2:03.20), 8:04.68; 8. France (Solenne Figues, 1:59.67; Laetitia Choux, 2:01.86; Katarin Quelennec, 2:03.19; Alicia Bozon, 2:01.27), 8:05.99.

 

 100m Freestyle

 Heat 1: 1. Nicole Hayes, Palau, 1:00.89; 2. Rola El Haress, Lebanon, 1:03.26; 3. Maria Awori, Kenya, 1:06.23; 4. Nathalie Lee Baw, Mauritius, 1:06.67; 5. Zena Sahely, Senegal, 1:07.37; 6. Supra Singhal, Uganda, 1:08.15; 7. Sanjaajamts Altantuya, Mongolia, 1:10.22; 8. Katerina Izmailova, Tajikstan, 1:19.12.

 Heat 2: 1. Leah S Martindale, Barbados, 57.21; 2. Elina Partoka, Estonia, 57.71; 3. Siobhan Cropper, Trinidad and Tobago, 57.91; 4. Lara Hrund Bjargardottir, Iceland, 58.44; 5. Caroline Pickering, Fiji, 58.62; 6. Ekaterina Tochenaya, Kyrgyzstan, 58.80; 7. Anna Stylianou, Cyprus, 59.08; 8. Agnese Ozolina, Latvia, 59.28.

 Heat 3: 1. Olga Mukomol, Ukraine, 56.59; 2. Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe, 57.47; 3. Gyongyver Lakos, Hungary, 57.71; 4. Lara Heinz, Luxembourg, 58.55; 5. Pilin Tachakittiranan, Thailand, 58.69; 6. Jurate Ladaviciute, Lithuania, 58.78; 7. Chantal Gibney, Ireland, 58.79; 8. Shu-min Tsai, Taiwan, 59.39.

 Heat 4: 1. Rania Elwani, Egypt, 56.31 (Q); 2. Hanna-Maria Seppala, Finland, 56.68; 3. Cristina Chiuso, Italy, 57.09; 4. Florencia Szigeti, Argentina, 57.20; 5. Eileen Coparropa, Panama, 57.82; 6. Monique Robins, New Zealand, 57.85; 7. Tine Bossuyt, Belgium, 58.02; 8. Jang Hee-Jin, South Korea, 58.77.

 Heat 5: 1. Dara Torres, U.S., 55.12 (Q); 2. Sandra Voelker, Germany, 55.54 (Q); 3. Sumika Minamoto, Japan, 55.80 (Q); 4. Karen Pickering, Britain, 56.08 (Q); 5. Elena Popchenko, Belarus, 56.33 (Q); 6. Antonia Machaira, Greece, 57.24; 7. Judith Draxler, Austria, 57.40; NR, Antje Buschschulte, Germany, DNS.

 Heat 6: 1. Jenny Thompson, U.S., 55.22 (Q); 2. Martina Moravcova, Slovakia, 55.42 (Q); 3. Susan Rolph, Britain, 55.77 (Q); 4. Louise Joehncke, Sweden, 55.91 (Q); 5. Sarah Ryan, Australia, 56.05 (Q); 6. Ekaterina Kibalo, Russia, 56.97; 7. Joscelin Yeo, Singapore, 57.15; 8. Ilona Hlavackova, Czech Republic, 57.37.

 Heat 7: 1. Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 54.77 (Q); 2. Helene Muller, South Africa, 55.45 (Q); 3. Therese Alshammar, Sweden, 55.49 (Q); 4. Wilma van Rijn, Netherlands, 55.82 (Q); 5. Laura Nicholls, Waterloo, Ont., 56.30 (Q); 6. Han Xue, China, 56.72; 7. Susie O'Neill, Australia, 57.78.

 Semifinals

 1. Dara Torres, U.S., 55.02 (Q); 2. Martina Moravcova, Slovakia, 55.06 (Q); 3. Wilma van Rijn, Netherlands, 55.28 (Q); 4. Therese Alshammar, Sweden, 55.31 (Q); 5. Susan Rolph, Britain, 55.69; 6. Sarah Ryan, Australia, 55.93; 7. Laura Nicholls, Waterloo, Ont., 55.94; 8. Elena Popchenko, Belarus, 56.40.

 Heat 2: 1. Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 53.77 (Q); 2. Jenny Thompson, U.S., 54.40 (Q); 3. Helene Muller, South Africa, 55.24 (Q); 4. Sumika Minamoto, Japan, 55.62 (Q); 5. Karen Pickering, Britain, 55.71; 6. Rania Elwani, Egypt, 55.85; 7, Louise Joehncke, Sweden, 55.94; 8. Sandra Voelker, Germany, 55.97.

 

 200m Breaststroke

 Heat 1

 1. Isabel Ceballos, Colombia, 2:34.09; 2. Jenny Rose Guerrero, Philippines, 2:38.10; 3. Olga Moltchanova, Kyrgyzstan, 2:41.43; 4. Anastasiya Korolyova, Uzbekistan, 2:43.23.

 Heat 2: 1. Ilkay Dikmen, Turkey, 2:33.34; 2. Inna Nikitina, Ukraine, 2:34.20; 3. Yi Ting Siow, Malaysia, 2:34.52; 4. Margarita Kalmikova, Latvia, 2:35.69; 5. Adriana Marmolejo, Mexico, 2:36.93; 6. Nicolette Teo, Singapore, 2:37.39; 7. Iris Edda Heimisdottir, Iceland, 2:38.52; 8. Imaday Nunez, Cuba, 2:41.97.

 Heat 3: 1. Kristy Kowal, U.S., 2:26.73 (Q); 2. Amanda Beard, U.S., 2:27.83 (Q); 3. Sarah Poewe, South Africa, 2:27.84 (Q); 4. Anne Poleska, Germany, 2:29.15 (Q); 5. Ina Hueging, Germany, 2:30.00; 6. Brigitte Becue, Belgium, 2:31.27; 7; Jaime King, Britain, 2:33.10; NR, Lourdes Becerra, Spain, DNS.

 Heat 4: 1. Qi Hui, China, 2:26.76 (Q); 2. Karine Bremond, France, 2:27.13 (Q); 3. Masami Tanaka, Japan, 2:27.39 (Q); 4. Beatrice Caslaru, Romania, 2:27.59 (Q); 5. Caroline Hildreth, Australia, 2:27.60 (Q); 6, Ku Hyo-jin, South Korea, 2:28.21 (Q); 7. Rebecca Brown, Australia, 2:28.24 (Q); 8. Elvira Fischer, Austria, 2:30.05.

 Heat 5: 1. Agnes Kovacs, Hungary, 2:24.92 (Q); 2. Olga Bakaldina, Russia, 2:28.19 (Q); 3. Luo Xuejuan, China, 2:28.43 (Q);

 4, Christin Petelski, Victoria, 2:29.11 (Q); 5. Alicja Peczak, Poland, 2:29.45 (Q); 6. Junko Isoda, Japan, 2:29.60; 7. Penny Heyns, South Africa, 2:30.17; 8. Agata Czaplicki, Switzerland, 2:32.98.

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Kristy Kowal, U.S., 2:25.46 (Q); 2. Sarah Poewe, South Africa, 2:25.54 (Q); 3. Luo Xuejuan, China, 2:25.86 (Q); 4. Karine Bremond, France, 2:27.86; 5. Caroline Hildreth, Australia, 2:28.30; 6. Ku Hyo-jin, South Korea, 2:28.50; 7. Anne Poleska, Germany, 2:28.99; 8. Junko Isoda, Japan, 2:31.71.

 Heat 2: 1. Agnes Kovacs, Hungary, 2:24.03 (Q), (Olympic record. Old record: Agnes Kovacs, Hungary, 2:24.92, Sept. 20, 2000); 2. Qi Hui, China, 2:24.21 (Q); 3. Olga Bakaldina, Russia, 2:25.41 (Q); 4. Masami Tanaka, Japan, 2:26.24 (Q); 5. Amanda Beard, U.S., 2:26.62 (Q); 6. Christin Petelski, Victoria, 2:29.43; 7. Rebecca Brown, Australia, 2:29.90; 8. Alicja Peczak, Poland, 2:30.02.

 TENNIS

 Men

 Singles

 First Round

 Sebastien Lareau, Boucherville, Que., def. Michael Chang, U.S., 7-6 (6), 6-3.

 Fabrice Santoro, France, def. Marat Safin, Russia, 1-6, 6-1, 6-4.

 Fernando Vicente, Spain, def. Andrew Ilie, Australia, 6-3, 6-3.

 Gianluca Pozzi, Italy, def. Jiri Novak, Czech Republic, 6-1, 6-2.

 Karim Alami, Morocco, def. Franco Squillari, Argentina, 6-4, 7-6 (5).

 Mikael Tillstrom, Sweden, def. Leander Paes, India, 6-2, 6-4.

 Roger Federer, Switzerland, def. David Prinosil, Germany, 6-2, 6-2.

 Karol Kucera, Slovakia, def. Tim Henman, Britain, 6-3, 6-2.

 Jiri Vanek, Czech Republic, def. Wayne Black, Zimbabwe, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1.

 Jeff Tarango, U.S., def. Diego Camacho, Bolivia, 6-0, 6-1.

 Mariano Zabaleta, Argentina, def. Marcelo Rios, Chile, 6-7 (10), 6-4, 7-5.

 Tommy Haas, Germany, def. Wayne Ferreira, South Africa, 7-5, 6-2.

 Andreas Vinciguerra, Sweden, def. Christian Ruud, Norway, 6-2, 6-4.

 Arnaud Clement, France, def. Greg Rusedski, Britain, 6-2, 6-3.

 Alex Corretja, Spain, def. Goran Ivanisevic, Croatia, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (2).

 Juan Carlos Ferrero, Spain, def. Lee Hyung-Taik, South Korea, 6-7 (7), 7-6 (6), 7-5.

 Nicolas Massu, Chile, def. Slava Dosedel, Czech Republic, 6-2, 7-6 (5).

 Max Mirnyi, Belarus, def. Lleyton Hewitt, Australia, 6-3, 6-3.

 

 Doubles

 First Round

 Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes, India, def. Andrei Pavel and Gabriel Trifu, Romania, 6-3, 6-4.

 Massimo Bertolini and Cristian Brandi, Italy, def. Gabor Koves and Attila Savolt, Hungary, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.

 Mark Knowles and Mark Merklein, Bahamas, def. Nuno Marques and Bernardo Mota, Portugal, 6-7 (9), 6-4, 7-5.

 

 Women

 Singles

 First Round

 Sabine Appelmans, Belgium, def. Sonya Jeyaseelan, Toronto, 7-5, 6-2.

 Lindsay Davenport, U.S., def. Paola Suarez, Argentina, 6-2, 6-2.

 Rossana De Los Rios, Paraguay, def. Kveta Hrdlickova, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-0.

 Rita Grande, Italy, def. Sylvia Plischke, Austria, 6-2, 6-2.

 Jelena Dokic, Australia, def. Ai Sugiyama, Japan, 6-0, 7-6 (1).

 Maria Alejandra Vento, Venezuela, def. Amanda Hopmans, Netherlands, 6-4, 6-3.

 Anne Kremer, Luxembourg, def. Iva Majoli, Croatia, 6-2, 6-4.

 Amanda Coetzer, South Africa, def. Rita Kuti Kis, Hungary, 6-1, 6-1.

 Conchita Martinez, Spain, def. Petra Mandula, Hungary, 6-1, 6-0.

 Karina Habsudova, Slovakia, def. Katarina Srebotnik, Slovenia, 6-3, 7-6 (7).

 Kristie Boogert, Netherlands, def. Iroda Tulyaganova, Uzbekistan, 6-2, 6-2.

 Elena Dementieva, Russia, def. Miroslava Vavrinec, Switzerland, 6-1, 6-1.

 Maria Emilia Salerni, Argentina, def. Natasha Zvereva, Belarus, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2.

 Daniela Bedanova, Czech Republic, def. Yi Jing Qian, China, 6-2, 6-7 (7), 6-3.

 Julie Halard-Decugis, France, def. Tathiana Garbin, Italy, 6-4, 6-2.

 Barbara Schett, Austria, def. Alicia Molik, Australia, 7-6 (7), 6-2.

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 WEIGHTLIFTING

 Men

 69-kg final: 1. Galabin Boevski, Bulgaria, (162.5 kg.195.0 kg.), 357.5 kg.; 2. Georgi Markov, Bulgaria, (165.0-187.5), 352.5; 3. Sergei Lavrenov, Belarus, (157.5-182.5), 340.0; 4. Zhang Guozheng, China, (152.5-185.0), 337.5; 5. Rudik Petrosyan, Armenia, (147.5-187.5), 335.0; 6. Valerios Leonidis, Greece, (145.0-185.0), 330.0; 7. Lee Bae-young, South Korea, (142.5-187.5), 330.0; 8., Kim Hak-bong, South Korea, (147.5-182.5), 330.0.

 Group B, 69-kg: 1. Turan Mirzayev, Azerbaijan, (147.5 kg-180.0), 327.5 kg; 2. Youssef Sbai, Tunisia, (142.5-177.5), 320.0; 3. Yoshihisa Miyaji, Japan, (150.0-170.0), 320.0; 4. Francois Demeure, Belgium, (140.0-170.0), 310.0; 5. Giuseppe Ficco, Italy, (132.5-170.0), 302.5; 6. Yasin Arslan, Turkey, (135.0-165.0), 300.0;

 7. Sebastien Groulx, Brossard, Que., (130.0-167.5), 297.5; 8. Alexi Batista, Panama, (112.5-130.0), 242.5.

 

 Women

 75-kg final: 1. Maria Isabel Urrutia, Colombia, (110.0 kg.-135.0 kg.), 245.0 kg.; 2. Ruth Ogbeifo, Nigeria, (105.0-140.0), 245.0; 3. Yi-Hang kuo, Taiwan, (107.5-137.5), 245.0; 4. Kim Soon-hee, South Korea, (105.0-135.0), 240.0; 5. Gyongyi Likerecz, Hungary, (105.0-122.5), 227.5; 6. Svetlana Khabirova, Russia, (102.5-125.0), 227.5; 7. Cara Heads-Lane, U.S., (102.5-120.0), 222.5; 8. Wanda Rijo, Dominican Republic, (95.0-120.0), 215.0; 9. Monica Carrio, Spain, (95.0-110.0), 205.0.