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September 21, 2000
SYDNEY (AP) -- Results Thursday from the Summer Olympics:

 

 ARCHERY

 Women

 Team

 First Round

 1. Germany (Barbara Mensing; Cornelia Pfohl; Sandra Sachse), def. Georgia (Khatuna Lorigi; Khatuna Phutkaradze; Asmat Diasamidze), 231-216; 2. Turkey (Elif Altinkaynak; Natalia Nasaridze; Zekiye Satir), def. Poland (Agata Bulwa; Anna Lecka; Joanna Nowicka), 227-217; 3. Italy (Cristina Ioriatti; Natalia Valeeva; Irene Franchini), def. Australia (Michelle Tremelling; Kate Fairweather; Melissa Jennison), 237-236; 4. U.S. (Janet Dykman; Denise Parker; Karen Scavotto), def. Sweden (Petra Ericsson; Karin Larsson; Kristina Nordlander), 242-230.

 Quarter-finals

 1. Turkey (Elif Altinkaynak; Natalia Nasaridze; Zekiye Satir), def. Taiwan (Pi-yu Liu; Yi-yin Lin; Chia-ling Wen), 234-227; 2. Ukraine (Olena Sadovnycha; Kateryna Serdyuk; Nataliya Burdeyna), def. Italy (Cristina Ioriatti; Natalia Valeeva; Irene Franchini), 237-230; 3. Germany (Barbara Mensing; Cornelia Pfohl; Sandra Sachse), def. China (He Ying; Yang Jianping; Yu Hui), 240-234; 4. South Korea (Yun Mi-jin; Kim Soo-nyung; Kim Nam-soon), def. U.S. (Janet Dykman; Denise Parker; Karen Scavotto), 252-240.

 Semifinals

 Ukraine (Olena Sadovnycha; Kateryna Serdyuk; Nataliya Burdeyna), def. Turkey (Elif Altinkaynak; Natalia Nasaridze; Zekiye Satir), 240-233; South Korea (Yun Mi-jin; Kim Soo-nyung; Kim Nam-soon), def. Germany (Barbara Mensing; Cornelia Pfohl; Sandra Sachse), 251-238.

 Gold Medal Match

 South Korea (Yun Mi-jin; Kim Soo-nyung; Kim Nam-soon), def. Ukraine (Olena Sadovnycha; Kateryna Serdyuk; Nataliya Burdeyna), 251-239.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Germany (Barbara Mensing; Cornelia Pfohl; Sandra Sachse), def. Turkey (Elif Altinkaynak; Natalia Nasaridze; Zekiye Satir), 240-234.

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 BADMINTON

 Men's Doubles

 Gold Medal Match: Tony Gunawan and Candra Wijaya, Indonesia, def. Lee Dong-soo and Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea, 15-10, 9-15, 15-7.

 Bronze Medal Match: Ha Tae-kwon and Kim Dong-moon, South Korea, def. Tan Fook Choong and Wan Wah Lee, Malaysia, 15-2, 15-8.

 Semifinals

 Tony Gunawan and Candra Wijaya, Indonesia, def. Ha Tae-Kwon and Kim Dong-moon, South Korea, 15-13, 15-10.

 Lee Dong-soo and Yoo Yong-sung, South Korea, def. Tan Fook Choong and Wan Wah Lee, Malaysia, 15-12, 7-15, 15-4.

 

 Singles

 Quarter-finals

 Peter Gade, Denmark, def. Marlev Mario Mainaky, Indonesia, 15-6, 15-6; Ji Xinpeng, China, def. Taufik Hidayat, Indonesia, 15-12, 15-5.

 Xia Xuanze, China, def. Choong Hann Wong, Malaysia, 17-15, 15-11; Hendrawan, Indonesia, def. Sun Jun, China, 15-13, 15-5.

 

 Mixed Doubles

 Gold Medal Match: Zhang Jun and Gao Ling, China, def. Tri Kusharyanto and Minarti Timur, Indonesia, 1-15, 15-13, 15-11.

 Bronze Medal Match: Simon Archer and Joanne Goode, Britain, def. Michael Sogaard and Rikke Olsen, Denmark, 15-4, 12-15, 17-14.

 Semifinals

 Zhang Jun and Gao Ling, China, def. Michael Sogaard and Rikke Olsen, Denmark, 10-15, 15-6, 17-16.

 Tri Kusharyanto and Minarti Timur, Indonesia, def. Simon Archer and Joanne Goode, Britain, 2-15, 17-15, 15-11.

 

 Women

 Singles

 Semifinals

 Gong Zhichao, China, def. Ye Zhaoying, China, 11-8, 11-8; Camilla Martin, Denmark, def. Dai Yun, China, 11-5, 11-0.

 

 Doubles

 Quarter-finals

 Ge Fei and Gu Jun, China, def. Eti Lesmina Tantra and Chynthia Tuwankotta, Indonesia, 15-3, 15-5.

 Huang Nanyan and Yang Wei, China, def. Lotte Jonathans and Nicole van Hooren, Netherlands, 15-10, 15-12.

 Chung Jae Hee and Ra Kyung-min, South Korea, def. Helene Kirkegaard and Rikke Olsen, Denmark, 12-15, 15-12, 15-5.

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 BEACH VOLLEYBALL

 Women

 Second Round

 Natalie Cook and Kerri Pottharst, Australia, def. Xiong Zi and Chi Rong, China, 15-2.

 Laura Bruschini and Annamaria Solazzi, Italy, def. Ulrike Schmidt and Gudula Staub, Germany, 15-12.

 Adriana Samuel and Sandra Pires, Brazil, def. Maria Jose Schuller and Ana Cristina Pereira, Portugal, 15-6.

 Holly McPeak and Misty May, U.S., def. Lucilla Perrotta and Daniela Gattelli, Italy, 15-13.

 Jenny Johnson-Jordan and Annett Davis, U.S., def. Tamara Larrea and Dalixia Fernandez, Cuba, 15-9.

 Yukiko Takahashi and Mika Saiki, Japan, def. Sona Dosoudilova and Eva Celbova, Czech Republic, 15-2.

 Tania Gooley and Pauline Manser, Australia, def. Anabelle Prawerman and Cecile Rigaux, France, 15-3.

 Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede, Brazil, def. Maike Friedrichsen and Danja Musch, Germany, 15-9.

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 BOXING

 54-kg

 Second Round

 Justin Kane, Australia, def. Sontaya Chotipat Wongprates, Thailand, 15-13.

 Sergiy Danylchenko, Ukraine, def. Ngangom Dingko Singh, India, 14-5.

 Alisher Rahimov, Uzbekistan, def. Hichem Blida, Algeria, 17-8.

 Raimkoul Malakhbekov, Russia, def. Theimuraz Khurtsilava, Georgia, 13-7.

 Clarence Vinson, Washington, def. Taalaibek Kadiraliev, Kyrgyzstan, 12-7.

 Olteanu George-Crinu, Romania, def. Cesar Morales Velazquez, Mexico, Outclassed-4, 01:16.

 Guillermo Rigondeaux, Cuba, def. Kazumasa Tsujimoto, Japan, Outclassed-3, 00:18.

 Agasi Agaguloglu, Turkey, def. Cermeno Nehomar, Venezuela, 11-3.

 

 67-kg

 Second Round

 Ruslan Khairov, Azerbaijan, def. Kamel Chater, Tunisia, 13-8.

 Oleg Saitov, Russia, def. Francisco Manuel Calderon Espitia, Colombia, 15-1.

 Dorel Simion, Romania, def. Roberto Guerra Rivera, Cuba, 11-7.

 Steven Kuchler, Germany, def. Yovanny Lorenzo, Dominican Republic, Outclassed-3, 01:58.

 Sergey Dotsenko, Ukraine, def. Parkpoom Jangphonak, Thailand, 13-5.

 Danijar Muneitbasov, Kazakstan, def. Leonard Bundu, Italy, 13-4.

 Bulent Ulusoy, Turkey, def. Donte Craig, U.S., 9-4.

 Vitalii Grusac, Moldova, def. Sherzod Husanov, Uzbekistan, 13-7.

 

 91-kg

 First Round

 Mark Simmons, Toronto, def. Rohoulah Houseini, Iran, 11-6.

 Sebastian Kober, Germany, def. Magomed Aripgadjiyev, Azerbaijan, 9-4.

 Felix Savon, Cuba, def. Rasmus Ojemaye, Nigeria, Outclassed-2, 01:29.

 Michael Bennett, U.S., def. Wojciech Bartnik, Poland, 11-2.

 Vladimir Tchantouria, Georgia, def. Amro Mostafa Mahmoud, Egypt, Stopped by Doctor-4, 00:05.

 Ruslan Chagaev, Uzbekistan, def. Alexandr Yatsenko, Ukraine, 15-2.

 Jackson Chanet, France, def. Mohamed Azzaoui, Algeria, Headblow-2, 01:22.

 Sultanahmed Ibzagimov, Russia, def. Pauga Lalau, Western Samoa, Headblow-4, 01:54.

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 CYCLING

 Men

 Keirin

 Final

 1. Florian Rousseau, France, 11.020; 2. Gary Neiwand, Australia; 3. Jens Fiedler, Germany; 4. Jan van Eijden, Germany; 5. Marty Nothstein, U.S.; 6. Frederic Magne, France.

 

 Madison

 Final

 1. Australia (Scott McGrory; Brett Aitken), 26 (0); 2. Belgium (Etienne de Wilde; Matthew Gilmore), 22 (0); 3. Italy (Marco Villa; Silvio Martinello), 15 (0); 4. Britain (Bradley Wiggins; Rob Hayles), 13 (0); 5. Austria (Werner Riebenbauer; Roland Garber), 10 (0); 6. Germany (Olaf Pollack; Guido Fulst), 9 (0); 7. Argentina (Juan Esteban Curuchet; Gabriel Ovidio Curuchet), 9 (0); 8. Netherlands (Danny Stam; Robert Slippens), 8 (0); 9. Ukraine (Vasyl Yakovlev; Oleksandr Fedenko), 8 (0); 10. France (Robert Sassone; Christophe Capelle), 5 (0).

 

 Women

 Point Race

 Time Trial

 1. Antonella Bellutti, Italy, 19 (0); 2. Leontien Zijlaard, Netherlands, 16 (0); 3. Olga Slioussareva, Russia, 15 (0); 4. Judith Arndt, Germany, 12 (0); 5. Belem Guerrero Mendez, Mexico, 12 (0); 6. Marion Clignet, France, 11 (0); 7. Teodora Ruano, Spain, 10 (0); 8. Sarah Ulmer, New Zealand, 9 (0); 9. Alayna Burns, Australia, 7 (0); 10. Erin Veenstra-Mirabella, Colorado Springs, 6 (0).

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 EQUESTIAN

 Individual Three-Day Event

 Cross-country penalties in parentheses

 Through cross country: 1. David O'Connor (Custom Made), (0-0.00), 29.00; 2. Heidi Antikatzidis (Michaelmas), Greece (0-0.00), 37.40; 3. Mark Todd (Eyespy Ii), New Zealand (0-0.00), 39.00; 4. Andrew Hoy (Swizzle In), Australia (0-0.00), 39.80; 5. Rodolphe Scherer (Bambi De Briere), France (0-0.00), 41.40; 6. Robert Costello (Chevalier), U.S., (0-0.00), 42.40; 7. Fabio Magni (Cool'n Breezy), Italy (0-0.00), 44.00; 8. Mary King (Star Appeal), Britain (0-0.00), 47.00; 9. Karen Dixon (Too Smart), Britain (0-0.00), 50.40; 10. Ian Stark (Arakai), Britain (0-0.00), 51.00.

 11. Enrique Sarasola (Cool Boy), Spain (0-1.60), 51.60; 12. Julie Black (Hyde Park Corner), U.S., (0-0.80), 53.60; 13. Jean-Lou Bigot (Twist La Beige), France (0-0.00), 56.40; 14. Eduard Stibbe (Eton), Netherlands Antilles (0-4.80), 58.60; 15. Paula Toernqvist (Monaghan), Sweden (0-2.80), 63.40; 16. Andrea Verdina (Donnizetti), Italy (0-20.00), 73.80; 17. Wyn St. John (Oliver), Vancouver, (0-18.80), 78.40; 18. Brook Staples (Master Monarch), Australia (0-38.80), 86.40; 19. Austin O'Connor (Fabio), Ireland (0-39.20), 92.00; 20. Carlos Paro (Feline), Brazil (0-19.20), 100.80.

 21. Trevor Smith (High Scope), Ireland (0-36.80), 101.80; 22. Annette Wyrwoll (Bantry Bay), Germany (0-72.80), 117.80; 23. Amanda Ross (Otto Schumaker), Australia (0-87.20), 132.00; 24. Bruce Mandeville (Larissa), New Westminster, B.C. (0-132.80), 195.60; 25. Imtiaz Anees (Spring Invader), India (0-165.60), 226.60; NR, Marina Koehncke (Longchamps), Germany, DQ; NR, Jorge Fernandez (Tiberio), Uruguay, DQ; NR, Henry Gramajo (Potencial), Uruguay, DQ; NR, Bruno Goyens de Heusch (Graceland Cavalier), Belgium, DNF; NR, Sofia Andler (Amaretto), Sweden, DNF; NR, Kai Rueder (Butscher), Germany, DNF; NR, Nils Haagensen (Discovery Ii), Denmark, DNF; NR, Roberto Macedo (Fricote), Brazil, DNF; NR, Mary Jane Tumbridge (Bermuda's Gold), Bermuda, DNF; NR, Blyth Tait (Welton Envoy), New Zealand, DNF; NR, Nicolas Touzaint (Cobra D'or), France, DNF; NR, Daisuke Kato (Akwaba), Japan, DNF; NR, Piia Pantsu (Uppercut), Finland, DNF.

 

 FENCING

 Women

 Individual Foil

 First Round

 Seo Mi-jung, South Korea, def. Jujie Luan, Edmonton, 15-8; Yuan Li, China, def. Nellya Sevostyanova, Kazakhstan, 15-9; Eloise Smith, Britain, def. Jo Halls, Australia, 15-8; Yuko Arai, Japan, def. Wassila Redouane, Algeria, 15-3; Ann Marsh, U.S., def. Shaimaa El Gammal, Egypt, 15-7; Migsey Dussu, Cuba, def. Lyudmyla Vasylyeva, Ukraine, 15-6; Alejandra Andrea Carbone, Argentina, def. Miwako Shimada, Japan, 15-13; Olena Koltsova, Ukraine, def. Olga Oleksandrivna Leleyko, Ukraine, 15-14.

 Second Round

 Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Seo Mi-jung, South Korea, 15-3; Diana Bianchedi, Italy, def. Yuan Li, China, 15-7; Giovanna Trillini, Italy, def. Eloise Smith, Britain, 15-2; Aida Mohamed, Hungary, def. Yuko Arai, Japan, 15-6; Sylwia Gruchala, Poland, def. Edina Knapek, Hungary, 15-6; Ayelet Ohayon, Israel, def. Adeline Wuilleme, France, 15-12; Iris Zimmermann, U.S., def. Olga Charkova, Russia, 15-13; Monika Weber, Germany, def. Gabriella Lantos, Hungary, 15-6; Reka Zsofia Szabo, Romania, def. Julie Mahoney, Montreal, 15-10; Meng Jie, China, def. Anna Rybicka, Poland, 15-9.

 Magdalena Mroczkiewicz, Poland, def. Svetlana Boiko, Russia, 15-9; Rita Koenig, Germany, def. Felicia Zimmermann, U.D., 15-8; Ann Marsh, U.S., def. Ekaterina Ioucheva, Russia, 15-9; Laura Gabriela Carlescu Badea, Romania, def. Migsey Dussu, Cuba, 15-6; Xiao Aihua, China, def. Alejandra Andrea Carbone, Argentina, 15-8; Sabine Bau, Germany, def. Olena Koltsova, Ukraine, 15-6.

 Third Round

 Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Sylwia Gruchala, Poland, 15-8; Diana Bianchedi, Italy, def. Ayelet Ohayon, Israel, 15-12; Giovanna Trillini, Italy, def. Iris Zimmermann, U.S., 15-4; Aida Mohamed, Hungary, def. Monika Weber, Germany, 15-10; Reka Zsofia Szabo, Romania, def. Ann Marsh, U.S., 15-7; Laura Gabriela Carlescu Badea, Romania, def. Meng Jie, China, 15-7; Xiao Aihua, China, def. Magdalena Mroczkiewicz, Poland, 15-13; Rita Koenig, Germany, def. Sabine Bau, Germany, 15-11.

 Semifinals

 Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Laura Gabriela Carlescu Badea, Romania, 15-8; Rita Koenig, Germany, def. Giovanna Trillini, Italy, 15-10.

 Gold Medal Match

 Valentina Vezzali, Italy, def. Rita Koenig, Germany, 15-5.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Giovanna Trillini, Italy, def. Laura Gabriela Carlescu Badea, Romania, 15-9.

 

 Men

 Individual Sabre

 First Round

 Zhao Chunsheng, China, def. Akhnaten Spencer-El, U.S., 15-10; Florin Alin Lupeica, Romania, def. Candido Alberto Maya, Cuba, 15-10; Volodymyr Lukashenko, Ukraine, def. Masashi Nagara, Japan, 15-7; Dmitry Lapkes, Belarus, def. Mahmoud Samir, Egypt, 15-7; Lee Seung-son, South Korea, def. Laurent Waller, Switzerland, 15-13; James Williams, Britain, def. Diego Drajer, Argentina, 15-13; Keeth Smart, U.S., def. Igor Tsel, Kazakhstan, 15-5.

 Second Round

 Stanislav Pozdniakov, Russia, def. Zhao Chunsheng, China, 15-11; Csaba Koves, Hungary, def. Florin Alin Lupeica, Romania, 15-14; Serguei Charikov, Russia, def. Volodymyr Lukashenko, Ukraine, 15-11; Dmitry Lapkes, Belarus, def. Raffaello Caserta, Italy, 15-9; Mathieu Gourdain, France, def. Fernando Medina, Spain, 15-14; Tonhi Terenzi, Italy, def. Volodymyr Kalyuzhnyy, Ukraine, 15-10; Wiradech Kothny, Germany, def. Eero Lehmann, Germany, 15-8; Mihai Claudiu Covaliu, Romania, def. Norbert Jaskot, Poland, 15-12; Julien Pillet, France, def. Alberto Falcon, Spain, 15-12.

 Vadym Huttsait, Ukraine, def. Rafal Sznajder, Poland, 15-14; Alexei Frossine, Russia, def. Marcin Sobala, Poland, 15-12; Dennis Bauer, Germany, def. Jorge Pina, Spain, 15-14; Victor Dan Gaureanu, Romania, def. Luigi Tarantino, Italy, 15-10; Domonkos Ferjancsik, Hungary, def. Lee Seung-Won, South Korea, 15-4; James Williams, Britain, def. Zsolt Nemcsik, Hungary, 15-10; Damien Touya, France, def. Keeth Smart, U.S., 15-8.

 Third Round

 Mathieu Gourdain, France, def. Stanislav Pozdniakov, Russia, 15-11; Tonhi Terenzi, Italy, def. Csaba Koves, Hungary, 15-14; Wiradech Kothny, Germany, def. Serguei Charikov, Russia, 15-14; Mihai Claudiu Covaliu, Romania, def. Dmitry Lapkes, Belarus, 15-11; Victor Dan Gaureanu, Romania, def. Julien Pillet, France, 15-10; Domonkos Ferjancsik, Hungary, def. Vadym Huttsait, Ukraine, 15-10; Alexei Frossine, Russia, def. James Williams, Britain, 15-8; Damien Touya, France, def. Dennis Bauer, Germany, 15-12.

 Quarter-finals

 Mathieu Gourdain, France, def. Victor Dan Gaureanu, Romania, 15-14; Domonkos Ferjancsik, Hungary, def. Tonhi Terenzi, Italy, 15-13; Wiradech Kothny, Germany, def. Alexei Frossine, Russia, 15-12; Mihai Claudiu Covaliu, Romania, def. Damien Touya, France, 15-14.

 Semifinals

 Mathieu Gourdain, France, def. Domonkos Ferjancsik, Hungary, 15-12; Mihai Claudiu Covaliu, Romania, def. Wiradech Kothny, Germany, 15-12.

 Gold Medal Match

 Mihai Claudiu Covaliu, Romania, def. Mathieu Gourdain, France, 15-12.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Wiradech Kothny, Germany, def. Domonkos Ferjancsik, Hungary, 15-11.

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 GYMNASTICS

 Women

 Individual All-round

 1. Andreea Raducan, Romania (9.706, 9.575, 9.787, 9.825), 38.893.

 2. Simona Amanar, Romania (9.656, 9.512, 9.662, 9.812), 38.642.

 3. Maria Olaru, Romania (9.656, 9.600, 9.700, 9.625), 38.581.

 4. Liu Xuan, China (9.331, 9.725, 9.750, 9.612), 38.418.

 5. Ekaterina Lobazniouk, Russia (9.693, 9.700, 9.425, 9.575), 38.393.

 6. Yang Yun, China (9.531, 9.787, 9.287, 9.700), 38.305.

 7. Elena Zamolodtchikova, Russia (9.731, 9.725, 9.700, 9.112), 38.268.

 8. Ol'ga Roshchupkina, Ukraine (9.368, 9.725, 9.750, 9.362), 38.205.

 9. Lisa Skinner, Australia (9.168, 9.650, 9.625, 9.750), 38.193.

 10. Esther Moya, Spain (9.631, 9.550, 9.187, 9.712), 38.080.

 11. Svetlana Khorkina, Russia (9.343, 9.012, 9.762, 9.812), 37.929.

 12. Viktoriya Karpenko, Ukraine (9.574, 9.800, 9.775, 8.725), 37.874.

 13. Laura Martinez, Spain (9.518, 9.612, 9.062, 9.637), 37.829.

 14. Elise Ray, U.S. (9.487, 9.750, 8.887, 9.537), 37.661.

 15, Amy Chow, U.S. (9.443, 9.737, 9.225, 9.187), 37.592.

 16. Kate Richardson, Coquitlam, B.C. (9.281, 9.662, 9.337, 9.250), 37.530.

 17. Allana Slater, Australia (9.025, 9.712, 9.112, 9.662), 37.511.

 18. Martina Bremini, Italy (9.325, 9.600, 9.375, 9.187), 37.487.

 19. Monica Bergamelli, Italy (9.449, 9.525, 8.975, 9.500), 37.449.

 20. Kristen Maloney, U.S. (9.543, 9.587, 8.887, 9.412), 37.429.

 21. Daniele Hypolito, Brazil (8.962, 9.600, 9.325, 9.450), 37.337.

 22. Sara Moro, Spain (9.318, 9.637, 8.725, 9.650), 37.330.

 23. Halyna Tyryk, Ukraine (9.181, 9.650, 9.512, 8.987), 37.330.

 24. Lisa Mason, Britain (9.356, 9.262, 9.537, 9.012), 37.167.

 25. Delphine Regease, France (9.087, 9.225, 9.575, 9.162), 37.049.

 26. Dong Fangxiao, China (9.293, 9.025, 9.275, 9.300), 36.893.

 27. Adriana Crisci, Italy (9.187, 9.062, 8.962, 9.675), 36.886.

 28. Marina Zarzhitskaya, Belarus (9.387, 9.637, 9.150, 8.700), 36.874.

 29. Kana Yamawaki, Japan (9.293, 9.012, 9.025, 9.312), 36.642.

 30. Jana Komrskova, Czech Republic (9.506, 9.487, 8.675, 8.950), 36.618.

 31. Nelly Ramassamy, France (9.243, 9.137, 9.112, 9.100), 36.592.

 32. Alexandra Soler, France (9.299, 9.487, 8.350, 9.362), 36.498.

 33. Emma Williams, Britain (9.143, 9.125, 9.050, 9.125), 36.443.

 34. Yvonne Tousek, Cambridge, Ont. (9.081, 9.150, 9.225, 8.825), 36.281.

 35. Alena Polozkova, Belarus (9.100, 8.225, 9.275, 9.562), 36.162.

 36. Annika Reeder, Britain (7.274, DNS, DNS, 9.262), 16.536.

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 JUDO

 Men

 100-kg

 Gold Medal Match: Kosei Inoue, Japan, def. Nicolas Gill, Montreal, Ippon, 02:09.

 Bronze Medal Matches: Iouri Stepkine, Russia, def. Luigi Guido, Italy, Ippon, 03:41; Stephane Traineau, France, def. Ariel Zeevi, Israel, Ippon, 03:38.

 Other Results

 Round 6-table A

 Nicolas Gill, Montreal, def. Ben Sonnemans, Netherlands, Ippon, 02:38.

 Round 4-table B

 Nicolas Gill, Montreal, def. Pedro Soares, Portugal, Waza-ari, 01:34.

 Round 3-table A

 Nicolas Gill, Montreal, def. Iveri Jikurauli, Georgia, Yusei-Gachi.

 Round 2-table B

 Nicolas Gill, Montreal, def. Stephane Traineau, France, Yusei-Gachi.

 

 Women

 78-kg

 Gold Medal Match: Tang Lin, China, def. Celine Lebrun, France, Yusei-Gachi.

 Bronze Medal Matches: Simona Marcela Richter, Romania, def. Heidi Rakels, Belgium, Yusei-Gachi; Emanuela Pierantozzi, Italy, def. Diadenys Luna, Cuba, Ippon, 01:09.

 Other Result

 Round 5-table A

 Diadenys Luna, Cuba, def. Kimberly Ribble, Hamilton, Kiken gachi (injury), 03:55.

 

 ROWING

 Men

 Single Sculls

 Semifinals

 1st 3 in each heat to final

 Heat 1: 1. Rob Waddell, New Zealand, 6:58.01 (Q); 2. Derek Porter, Victoria, 7:00.82 (Q); 3. Ivo Yanakiev, Bulgaria, 7:03.89 (Q); 4. Gerard Egelmeers, Netherlands, 7:07.14; 5. Matthew Wells, Britain, 7:09.68; 6. Don Smith, Buffalo, N.Y., 7:10.69.

 Heat 2: 1. Xeno Mueller, Switzerland, 7:01.86 (Q); 2. Marcel Hacker, Germany, 7:03.47 (Q); 3. Juri Jaanson, Estonia, 7:06.70 (Q); 4. Andris Reinholds, Latvia, 7:15.04; 5. Jan Ziska, Slovakia, 7:26.51; 6. Vaclav Chalupa, Czech Republic, 7:30.28.

 

 Pairs

 Semifinals

 1st 3 in each heat to final

 Heat 1

 1. France (Michel Andrieux; Jean-Christophe Rolland), 6:30.96 (Q); 2. Britain (Edward Coode; Greg Searle), 6:31.08 (Q); 3. South Africa (Ramon di Clemente; Donovan Cech), 6:33.15 (Q); 4. Canada (Phil Graham, Corner Brook, Nfld.; Henry Hering, Dorval, Que.), 6:33.22; 5. Poland (Piotr Basta; Piotr Bochenek), 6:43.38; 6. Croatia (Oliver Martinov; Ninoslav Saraga), 6:46.00.

 Heat 2: 1. Australia (Matthew Long; James Tomkins), 6:34.42 (Q); 2. Yugoslavia (Djordje Visacki; Nikola Stojic), 6:34.93 (Q); 3. U.S. (Ted Murphy; Sebastian Bea), 6:35.42 (Q); 4. Germany (Robert Sens; Detlef Kirchhoff), 6:38.41; 5. Slovenia (Miha Pirih; Gregor Sracnjek), 6:49.79; 6. Italy (Luigi Sorrentino; Pasquale Panzarino), 6:53.57.

 

 Double Sculls

 Semifinals

 1st 3 in each heat to final

 Heat 1: 1. Slovenia (Luka Spik; Iztok Cop), 6:16.41 (Q); 2. Germany (Sebastian Mayer; Stefan Roehnert), 6:20.40 (Q); 3. Hungary (Tibor Peto; Akos Haller), 6:23.81 (Q); 4. U.S. (Henry Nuzum; Mike Ferry), 6:28.49; 5. Estonia (Leonid Gulov; Andrei Silin), 6:38.75; 6. Denmark (Bertil Samuelson; Bo Kaliszan), 6:40.11.

 Heat 2: 1. Norway (Olaf Tufte; Fredrik Raaen Bekken), 6:23.50 (Q); 2. Italy (Giovanni Calabrese; Nicola Sartori), 6:24.99 (Q); 3. Poland (Adam Korol; Marek Kolbowicz), 6:31.26 (Q); 4. France (Frederic Kowal; Adrien Hardy), 6:32.09; 5. Ukraine (Kostyantyn Zaytsev; Kostyantyn Pronenko), 6:36.92; 6. Cuba (Yoennis Hernandez; Yosbel Martinez), 6:40.71.

 

 Four

 Semifinals

 1st 3 in each heat to final

 Heat 1: 1. Britain (James Cracknell; Steven Redgrave; Tim Foster; Matthew Pinsent), 6:02.28 (Q); 2. Slovenia (Janez Klemencic; Milan Jansa; Rok Kolander; Matej Prelog), 6:04.07 (Q); 3. U.S. (Michael Wherley; Eric Mueller; James Koven; Wolfgang Moser), 6:05.80 (Q); 4. France (Daniel Fauche; Antoine Beghin; Laurent Beghin; Gilles Bosquet), 6:07.77; 5. Germany (Dirk Meusel; Joerg Diessner; Jan Herzog; Ike Landvoigt), 6:15.12; 6. Romania (Valeriu Andrunache; Adrian Bucenschi; Valentin Robu; Florin Corbeanu), 6:15.14.

 Heat 2: 1. Australia (James Stewart; Ben Dodwell; Geoff Stewart; Bo Hanson), 6:02.03 (Q); 2. Italy (Valter Molea; Riccardo dei Rossi; Lorenzo Carboncini; Carlo Mornati), 6:02.31 (Q); 3. New Zealand (Dave Schaper; Scott Brownlee; Toni Dunlop; Rob Hellstrom), 6:05.33 (Q); 4. Norway (Kjetil Undset; Sture Bjoervig; Steffen Skaar Stoerseth; Nito Simonsen), 6:08.55; 5. Yugoslavia (Filip Filipic; Ivan Smiljanic; Boban Rankovic; Mladen Stegic), 6:08.82; 6. Egypt (Hamdy Elkot; El-Atek Mohamed; Tarek Hamid; Kamal Abdel Rehim), 6:21.22.

 

 Women

 Single Sculls

 Semifinals

 1st 3 in each heat to final

 Heat 1: 1. Rumyana Neykova, Bulgaria, 7:28.34 (Q); 2. Georgina Douglas, Australia, 7:32.34 (Q); 3. Sonia Waddell, New Zealand, 7:35.24 (Q); 4. Mayra Gonzalez, Cuba, 7:38.97; 5. Maria Brandin, Sweden, 7:49.09; 6. Monica Tranel Michini, Missoula, Mont., 7:52.92.

 Heat 2: 1. Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski, Germany, 7:37.77 (Q); 2. Ekaterina Karsten, Belarus, 7:40.36 (Q); 3. Ioulia Alexandrova, Russia, 7:42.23 (Q); 4. Agnieszka Tomczak, Poland, 7:45.64; 5. Sophie Balmary, France, 7:47.16; 6. Alison Mowbray, Britain, 7:52.28.

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 SAILING

 Open

 Laser

 1. Robert Scheidt, Brazil (1-2-23-1), 27; 2. Ben Ainslie, Britain (23-1-1-3), 28; 3. Gustavo Lima, Portugal (6-22-4-2), 34; 4. Michael Blackburn, Australia (8-8-2-18), 36; 5. Karl Suneson, Sweden (10-5-3-24), 42; 6. Serge Kats, Netherlands (30-3-11-7), 51; 7. Luis Martinez, Spain (3-23-17-8), 51; 8. Tamas Eszes, Hungary (5-27-10-13), 55; 9. Antonios Bougiouris, Greece (16-18-9-12), 55; 10. Diego Negri, Italy (9-17-19-11), 56.

 11. Vladimir Krutskikh, Russia (15-9-16-17), 57; 12. Andreas Geritzer, Austria (2-11-39-9), 61; 13. Vasilij Zbogar, Slovenia (7-6-31-19), 63; 14. Peer Moberg, Norway (12-7-12-33), 64; 15. Philippe Bergmans, Belgium (13-4-25-23), 65; 16. Peder Ronholt, Denmark (17-33-13-4), 67; 17. Gareth Blanckenberg, South Africa (25-10-33-6), 74; 18. Maciej Grabowski, Poland (11-24-35-5), 75; 19. Roope Suomalainen, Finland (44-13-5-16), 78; 20, Diego Emilio Romero, Argentina (22-26-24-10), 82.

 21. John Myrdal, Kailua, Hawaii (4-20-40-21), 85; 22. Kunio Suzuki, Japan (39-12-20-15), 86; 23. Marty Essig, Carlisle, Ont. (28-16-8-36), 88; 24. Peter Fox, New Zealand (14-19-14-44), 91; 25. Kevin Lim, Malaysia (31-32-15-14), 92; 26. Peter Saraskin, Estonia (26-30-6-31), 93; 27. Mate Arapov, Croatia (19-25-7-44), 95; 28. Kim Ho-kon, South Korea (24-15-27-29), 95; 29. Giedrius Guzys, Lithuania (18-31-36-22), 107; 30. Aleksandr Mumyga, Belarus (29-28-21-30), 108.

 

 Men

 Tornado

 1. Austria (Roman Hagara; Hans Peter Steinacher) (3-1-2-1-1-4), 8; 2. Australia (Darren Bundock; John Forbes) (1-3-4-4-4-7), 16; 3. France (Pierre Pennec; Yann Guichard) (4-8-13-2-5-3), 22; 4. Britain (Hugh Styles; Adam May) (2-5-3-10-7-6), 23; 5. New Zealand (Chris Dickson; Glen Sowry) (5-2-7-15-10-1), 25; 6. U.S. (John Lovell; Charlie Ogletree) (8-6-5-8-2-10), 29; 7. Puerto Rico (Enrique Figueroa Suarez; Pedro E Colon Hernandez) (11-11-1-7-9-2), 30; 8. Germany (Roland Gaebler; Rene Schwall) (10-4-8-5-3-11), 30; 9. Argentina (Santiago Lange; Mariano Parada) (6-13-10-3-8-5), 32; 10. Spain (Fernando Leon; Jose Luis Ballester) (7-9-9-14-6-12), 43.

 11. Sweden (Martin Strandberg; Magnus Lovden) (9-10-12-11-13-8), 50; 12. Brazil (Mauricio Santa Cruz; Henrique Pellicano) (17-7-6-9-16-13), 51; 13. Denmark (Stig Raagaard Hansen; Helene Raagaard Hansen) (14-15-16-6-11-9), 55; 14. Italy (Lorenzo Giacomo Bodini; Marco Bruno Bodini) (17-12-11-12-12-15), 62; 15. Russia (Konstantin Emelianov; Alexandre Ianine) (12-17-14-16-14-14), 70; 16. Portugal (Hugo Rocha; Nuno Barreto) (13-14-15-13-15-16), 70.

 

 49er

 1. U.S. (Jonathan McKee; Charlie McKee) (6-3-5-1-5-14-13-1), 34; 2. Finland (Thomas Johanson; Jyrki Jarvi) (2-7-2-12-3-4-10-6), 34; 3. Britain (Ian Barker; Simon Hiscocks) (13-5-6-10-6-2-4-2), 35; 4. Spain (Santiago Lopez-Vazquez; Javier de la Plaza) (1-8-11-8-4-3-1-11), 36; 5. Australia (Chris Nicholson; Daniel Phillips) (11-11-1-14-1-1-12-3), 40; 6. Germany (Marcus Baur; Philip Barth) (5-1-4-3-11-12-11-5), 40; 7. Portugal (Afonso Domingos; Diogo Cayolla) (7-13-3-6-8-13-3-4), 44; 8. Denmark (Michael Hestbaek; Jonatan Aage Persson) (8-2-7-13-17-8-9-8), 55; 9. France (Dimitri Deruelle; Philippe Gasparini) (17-10-12-7-7-9-6-10), 61; 10.

 

 Mistral (Board)

 1. Christoph Sieber, Austria (1-2-1-24-1-10-7), 22; 2. Carlos Espinola, Argentina (8-3-8-1-5-7-2), 26; 3. Aaron McIntosh, New Zealand (37-9-4-10-9-3-1), 36; 4. Nikolaos Kaklamanakis, Greece (20-12-5-9-7-6-4), 43; 5. Alexander Baronjan, Germany (13-5-6-5-10-11-9), 46; 6. Lars Kleppich, Australia (4-37-18-3-8-1-18), 52; 7. Przemyslaw Miarczynski, Poland (19-8-7-14-2-8-15), 54; 8. Alexandre Guyader, France (22-4-28-6-4-15-5), 56; 9. Mike Gebhardt, Fort Pierce, Fla. (2-22-10-16-11-9-10), 58; 10. Ricardo Santos, Brazil (5-10-21-12-22-4-8), 60.

 

 470

 1. Portugal (Alvaro Marinho; Miguel Nunes) (1-4-6-7), 18; 2. Australia (Tom King; Mark Turnbull) (5-1-2-14), 22; 3. Britain (Nicholas Rogers; Joe Glanfield) (4-3-18-1), 26; 4. Russia (Dmitri Berezkine; Mikhail Kroutikov) (9-17-1-2), 29; 5. Argentina (Javier Conte; Juan de la Fuente) (11-6-8-5), 30; 6. U.S. (Paul Foerster; Robert Merrick) (8-9-4-11), 32; 7. France (Gildas Philippe; Tanguy Cariou) (10-2-5-16), 33; 8. New Zealand (Simon Cooke; Peter Nicholas) (6-15-9-12), 42; 9. Slovenia (Tomaz Copi; Mitja Margon) (23-13-3-4), 43; 10. Greece (Andreas Kosmatopoulos; Konstantinos Trigkonis) (13-7-22-6), 48.

 11. Ukraine (Evhen Braslavets; Igor Matvienko) (2-5-13-30), 50; 12. Spain (Gustavo Martinez; Tunte Cantero) (17-11-16-9), 53; 13. South Korea (Kim Dae-Young; Jung Sung-Ahn) (16-16-14-10), 56; 14. Israel (Eli Zukerman; Elad Ronen) (3-12-12-30), 57; 15. Italy (Matteo Ivaldi; Francesco Ivaldi) (12-8-17-22), 59.

 

 Women

 Mistral (Board)

 1. Amelie Lux, Germany (1-2-1-1-4-2-2-3), 12; 2. Alessandra Sensini, Italy (3-1-3-2-1-4-1-2), 13; 3. Barbara Kendall, New Zealand (2-3-2-3-7-1-3-1), 15; 4. Lanee Butler, Aliso Viejo, Calif. (30-4-12-6-5-6-7-4), 44; 5. Zhang Chujun, China (10-17-8-11-6-3-5-5), 48; 6. Lai Shan Lee, Hong Kong (5-10-5-8-17-10-6-6), 50; 7. Anna Galecka, Poland (8-7-13-5-8-9-12-7), 56; 8. Jessica Crisp, Australia (13-15-4-4-9-8-4-16), 57; 9. Maria del Carmen Vaz, Spain (4-5-14-9-19-11-8-9), 60; 10. Masako Imai, Japan (6-12-10-10-15-5-9-11), 63.

 11. Lise Vidal, France (7-6-9-25-3-30-10-8), 68; 12. Anja Kaeser, Switzerland (14-16-7-7-10-12-13-10), 73; 13. Ju Soon-ahn, South Korea (12-11-6-16-18-14-16-14), 89; 14. Michal Hein, Israel (11-8-21-14-14-30-11-13), 92; 15. Minna Aalto, Finland (9-18-20-12-21-7-15-12), 93; 16. Sigrid Rondelez, Belgium (21-13-11-19-11-16-17-26), 108; 17. Christine Johnston, Britain (25-9-26-17-2-18-19-24), 114; 18. Caroll-Ann Alie, Gracefield, Que., (15-21-16-27-12-17-18-20), 119; 19. Turia Vogel, Cook Islands (19-14-18-13-23-19-20-19), 122; 20. Napalai Tansai, Thailand (16-23-25-21-16-15-14-17), 122.

 

 470

 1. Germany (Nicola Birkner; Wibke Buelle) (8-2-4-6), 20; 2. New Zealand (Melinda Henshaw; Jenny Egnot) (13-3-6-1), 23; 3. U.S. (J J Isler; Pease Glaser) (6-1-15-3), 25; 4. Ukraine (Ruslana Taran; Olena Pakholchyk) (5-7-3-13), 28; 5. Japan (Yumiko Shige; Yurie Alicia Kinoshita) (9-5-10-7), 31; 6. Italy (Federica Salva'; Emanuela Sossi) (4-4-9-16), 33; 7. Australia (Jenny Armstrong; Belinda Stowell) (1-11-18-5), 35; 8. Israel (Shani Kedmi; Anat Fabrikant) (7-12-1-15), 35; 9. Denmark (Susanne Ward; Michaela Ward) (3-10-11-11), 35; 10. Spain (Natalia Via Dufresne; Sandra Azon) (14-18-5-2), 39.

 

 Europe

 1. Shirley Robertson, Britain (4-3-1-6), 14; 2. Kristine Roug, Denmark (5-21-2-1), 29; 3. Maria Coleman, Ireland (11-5-3-15), 34; 4. Larissa Nevierov, Italy (3-9-4-19), 35; 5. Serena Amato, Argentina (6-15-9-5), 35; 6. Neus Garriga, Spain (10-2-11-13), 36; 7. Sari Multala, Finland (2-7-16-12), 37; 8. Petra Niemann, Germany (13-6-18-3), 40; 9. Sarah Macky, New Zealand (12-1-14-16), 43; 10. Margriet Matthysse, Netherlands (1-24-19-2), 46.

 11. Maria Vlachou, Greece (23-12-10-4), 49; 12. Courtenay Becker-Dey, Rye, N.Y. (20-18-5-8), 51; 13. Siren Sundby, Norway (7-10-12-23), 52; 14. Min Dezillie, Belgium (8-8-26-10), 52; 15. Monika Bronicka, Poland (14-11-13-14), 52; 16. Lenka Smidova, Czech Republic (15-19-15-7), 56; 17. Denise Cesky, Austria (22-22-6-9), 59; 18. Tania Elias Calles Wolf, Mexico (19-23-8-11), 61; 19. Beth Calkin, West Vancouver, B.C., (17-4-24-18), 63; 20. Melanie Dennison, Australia (18-17-7-28), 70.

 

 SHOOTING

 Women's Skeet

 Final: 1. Zemfira Meftakhetdinova, Azerbaijan, 95.0; 2. Svetlana Demina, Russia, 95.0; 3. Diana Igaly, Hungary, 93.0; 4. Tash Lonsdale, Australia, 93.0; 5. Cindy Shenberger, U.S., 92.0; 6. Erdzhanik Avetisyan, Russia, 92.0

 

 Men

 50m Free Rifle Prone

 Final (first eight to final): 1. Jonas Edman, Sweden, (599.0, 102.3), 701.3; 2. Torben Grimmel, Denmark, (597.0, 103.4), 700.4; 3. Sergei Martynov, Belarus, (598.0, 102.3), 700.3; 4. Maik Eckhardt, Germany, (596.0, 103.8), 699.8; 5. Vaclav Becvar, Czech Republic, (597.0, 102.7), 699.7; 6. Artem Khadjibekov, Russia, (597.0, 102.2), 699.2; 7. Igor Pirekeev, Turkmenistan, (597.0, 102.2), 699.2; 8. Philippe Joualin, France, (596.0, 103.0), 699.0.

 9. Mario Knoegler, Austria, (596.0, 0), 596.0; 10 (tie), Marco De Nicolo, Italy; Glenn Dubis, U.S.; Wayne Sorensen, Calgary, all (595.0, 0), 595.0; 13 (tie), Roger Hansson, Sweden; Serguei Kovalenko, Russia; Ning Lijia, China; Peter Sidi, Hungary; Harald Stenvaag, Norway; Tom Tamas, U.S., all (594.0, 0), 594.0.

 19 (tie), Espen Berg-Knutsen, Norway; Rajmond Debevec, Slovenia; Jorge Gonzalez, Spain; Timothy Lowndes, Australia; Georgy Nekhaev, Belarus; Warren Potent, Australia, all (593.0, 0), 593.0; 25 (tie), Hilal Al Rasheedi, Oman; Michael Babb, Britain; Juha Hirvi, Finland; Swen Schuller, Germany; Guy Starik, Israel, all (592.0, 0), 592.0; 30 (tie), Artur Aivazian, Ukraine; Jean-Pierre Amat, France; Oleg Mykhaylov, Ukraine; Stevan Pletikosic, Yugoslavia, all (591.0, 0), 591.0.

 34. Nedzad Fazlija, Bosnia-Herzegovina, (590.0, 0), 590.0; 35 (tie), Naoki Kurita, Japan, (589.0, 0), 589.0; Yuri Lomov, Kyrgyzstan; Goran Maksimovic, Yugoslavia, all (589.0, 0), 589.0; 38 (tie), Bae Sung-duk, South Korea; Roger Caron, Baie-Comeau, Que.; Radim Novak, Czech Republic, all (588.0, 0), 588.0.

 41 (tie). Roberto Jose Elias Orozco, Mexico; Lee Eun-chul, South Korea; Alan Lewis, Ireland, all (587.0, 0), 587.0; 44 (tie), Thomas Farnik, Austria; Jaco Henn, South Africa, both (585.0, 0), 585.0; 46. Bruce Meredith, U.S. Virgin Islands, (584.0, 0), 584.0; 47 (tie), Corne Basson, South Africa; Varavut Majchacheeap, Thailand, both (583.0, 0), 583.0; 49. Pablo Damian Alvarez, Argentina, (582.0, 0), 582.0; 50. Mufid Allawanseh, Jordan, (581.0, 0), 581.0.

 51. Tavarit Majcharcheep, Thailand, (580.0, 0), 580.0; 52. Ralph Rodriguez Beauchamp, Puerto Rico, (578.0, 0), 578.0; 53. Mohamad Mahfoud, Syria, (575.0, 0), 575.0.

 

 25m Rapid Fire Pistol

 Final: 1, Serguei Alifirenko, Russia, (587.0, 100.6), 687.6; 2. Michel Ansermet, Switzerland, (587.0, 99.1), 686.1; 3. Iulian Raicea, Romania, (587.0, 97.6), 684.6; 4. Emil Milev, Bulgaria, (586.0, 98.5), 684.5; 5. Ralf Schumann, Germany, (584.0, 99.3), 683.3; 6. Oleg Khvatsovas, Belarus, (586.0, 96.4), 682.4; 7. Krzysztof Kucharczyk, Poland, (584.0, 98.2), 682.2; 8. Afanasijs Kuzmins, Latvia, (585.0, 96.3), 681.3.

 9 (tie), Daniel Leonhard, Germany; Leuris Pupo, Cuba, both (584.0, 0), 584.0; 11. Iulica Marian Cazan, Romania, (583.0, 0), 583.0; 12 (tie), Istvan Jambrik, Hungary; Vladimir Vokhmyanin, Kazakstan, both (580.0, 0), 580.0; 14. Lajos Palinkas, Hungary, (579.0, 0), 579.0; 15 (tie), John McNally, U.S.; Roman Spirelja, Croatia, both (578.0, 0), 578.0; 17. Trung Hieu Nguyen, Vietnam, (577.0, 0), 577.0; 18 (tie), Daniel Cesar Felizia, Argentina; Haojian Li, Hong Kong, both (571.0, 0), 571.0; 20. David Chapman, Australia, (557.0, 0), 557.0.

 

 10m Running Target

 Qualifying

 Day 1: 1. Oleg Moldovan, Moldova, 293.0; 2. Oleksandr Zinenko, Ukraine, 293.0; 3. Igor Kolessov, Russia, 293.0; 4. Miroslav Janus, Czech Republic, 293.0; 5. Yang Ling, China, 293.0; 6. Dmitri Lykine, Russia, 292.0; 7. Andres Felipe Torres, Colombia, 292.0; 8. Michael Jakosits, Germany, 290.0; 9 (tie), Jozsef Sike, Hungary; Attila Solti, Guatemala, both 290.0.

 11. Adam Saathoff, Hereford, Ariz., 289.0; 12. David Jones, Australia, 288.0; 13 (tie), Manfred Kurzer, Germany; 13. Pasi Wedman, Finland, 287.0; 15 (tie), Jozsef Angyan, Hungary; Niu Zhiyuan, China, 286.0; 17. Adam Gitsham, Australia, 285.0; 18. Lance Dement, U.S.

 

 SWIMMING

 Men

 200m Backstroke

 Final

 1. Lenny Krayzelburg, U.S., 1:56.76 (Olympic record. Old record: Lenny Krayzelburg, U.S., 1:57.27, Sept. 20, 2000); 2. Aaron Peirsol, U.S., 1:57.35; 3. Matthew Welsh, Australia, 1:57.59; 4. Orn Arnarson, Iceland, 1:59.00; 5. Emanuele Merisi, Italy, 1:59.01; 6. Razvan Florea, Romania, 1:59.05; 7. Rogerio Romero, Brazil, 1:59.27; 8. Gordan Kozulj, Croatia, 1:59.38.

 

 200m Individual Medley

 Final

 1. Massimiliano Rosolino, Italy, 1:58.98 (Olympic record. Old record: Attila Czene, Hungary, 1:59.91, July 25, 1996); 2. Tom Dolan, U.S., 1:59.77; 3. Tom Wilkens, U.S., 2:00.87; 4. Attila Czene, Hungary, 2:01.16; 5. Marcel Wouda, Netherlands, 2:01.48; 6. Christian Keller, Germany, 2:02.02; 7. Xavier Marchand, France, 2:02.23; 8. Jani Sievinen, Finland, 2:02.49.

 

 50m Freestyle

 Qualification

 Heat 1: 1. Wael G Saeed, Qatar, 25.43; 2. Chitra Bahadur Gurung, Nepal, 27.02; 3. Anlloyd Samuel, Palau, 27.24; 4. Stephenson Antonio Wallace, St. Vincent and Grenadines, 27.84; 5. Hassan Mubah, Maldives, 28.86; 6. Bakary Sereme, Mali, 29.69; 7. Samson Ndayishimiye, Rwanda, 38.76; NR, Mohamed Abdel Hamid, Sudan, DQ.

 Heat 2: 1. Jamie Peterkin, St. Lucia, 25.33; 2. Davy Bisslik, Aruba, 25.57; 3. Muhammad Ahmed, Iraq, 25.84; 4. Ilidio Matusse, Mozambique, 26.28; 5. Kiry Hem, Kampuchea, 26.41; 6. Kenneth Maronie, Dominica, 26.65; 7. Khalid Al Kulaibi, Oman, 26.96; 8. Sikhounxay Ounkhamphanyavong, Laos, 27.03.

 Heat 3: 1. Esteban Blanco, Costa Rica, 23.72; 2. Howard Hinds, Netherlands Antilles, 24.07; 3. Zurab Beridze, Georgia, 24.28; 4. Ayoub Almas, United Arab Emirates, 24.91; 5. Omar Hughes, Grenada, 25.05; 6. Dmitri Margaryan, Armenia, 25.29; 7. Emil Guliyev, Azerbaijan, 25.36; 8. Joao Aguiar, Angola, 25.70.

 Heat 4 1. Sergey Borissenko, Kazakhstan, 23.46; 2. Sergey Ashihmin, Kyrgyzstan, 23.53; 3. Serghei Stolearenco, Moldova, 23.84; 4. Paul Alexander Kutscher, Uruguay, 23.90; 5 (tie), Leslie Kwok, Singapore; Luis Lopez Hartinger, Peru, 24.00; 7. Chih-yung Huang, Taiwan, 24.01; 8. Wing Harbeth Fu, Hong Kong, 24.20.

 Heat 5: 1. Ravil Nachaev, Uzbekistan, 23.12; 2. Allan Murray, Bahamas, 23.34; 3. Richard Sam Bera, Indonesia, 23.56; 4. Nebojsa Bikic, Yugoslavia, 23.57; 5. Camilo Becerra, Colombia, 23.63; 6. Tamer Hamed, Egypt, 23.77; 7. Rodrigo Olivares, Chile, 24.50; NR, Francisco Sanchez, Venezuela, DNS.

 Heat 6: 1. Oleksandr Volynets, Ukraine, 22.52 (Q); 2. Kim Min-suk, South Korea, 22.82; 3. Peter Mankoc, Slovenia, 23.02; 4. Stavros Michaelides, Cyprus, 23.05; 5. Yoav Bruck, Israel, 23.21; 6. Rolandas Gimbutis, Lithuania, 23.36; 7. Thierry Wouters, Belgium, 23.44; NR, Craig Hutchison, Pointe-Claire, Que., DQ.

 Heat 7: 1. Jiang Chengji, China, 22.82; 2. Attila Zubor, Hungary, 23.03; 3. Stephan Kunzelmann, Germany, 23.08; 4. Christophe Buehler, Switzerland, 23.15; 5. Marijan Kanjer, Croatia, 23.16; 6. Marcos Hernandez, Cuba, 23.20; 7. Dmitry Kalinovsky, Belarus, 23.21; 8. Pedro Silva, Portugal, 23.27.

 Heat 8: 1. Anthony Ervin, U.S., 22.24 (Q); 2. Ricardo Busquets Healy, Puerto Rico, 22.42 (Q); 3. Stefan Nystrand, Sweden, 22.53 (Q); 4. Lorenzo Vismara, Italy, 22.62 (Q); 5. Mark Foster, Britain, 22.65 (Q); 6. Jose Martin Meolans, Argentina, 22.89; 7. Salim Iles, Algeria, 22.95; 8. Eduardo Lorente, Spain, 22.96.

 Heat 9: 1. Bartosz Kizierowski, Poland, 22.05 (Q); 2. Gary Hall Jr., U.S., 22.14 (Q); 3. Brendon Dedekind, South Africa, 22.46 (Q); 4. Johan Kenkhuis, Netherlands, 22.61 (Q); 5. Denis Pimankov, Russia, 22.74 (Q); 6. Fernando Scherer, Brazil, 22.88; NR, Lars Froelander, Sweden, DNS; NR, Romain Barnier, France, DNS.

 Heat 10: 1. Alexander Popov, Russia, 22.15 (Q); 2. Pieter van den Hoogenband, Netherlands, 22.32 (Q); 3. Brett Hawke, Australia, 22.45 (Q); 4. Roland Schoeman, South Africa, 22.53 (Q); 5. Chris Fydler, Australia, 22.80 (Q); 6. Julio Santos, Ecuador, 22.83; 7. Edvaldo Silva Filho, Brazil, 22.96; 8. Indrek Sei, Estonia, 23.11.

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Gary Hall Jr., U.S., 22.07 (Q); 2. Anthony Ervin, U.S., 22.13 (Q); 3. Mark Foster, Britain, 22.32 (Q); 4. Brendon Dedekind, South Africa, 22.39; 5. Chris Fydler, Australia, 22.41; 6. Johan Kenkhuis, Netherlands, 22.47; 7. Stefan Nystrand, Sweden, 22.49; 8. Ricardo Busquets Healy, Puerto Rico, 22.51.

 Heat 2: 1. Pieter van den Hoogenband, Netherlands, 22.11 (Q); 2. Alexander Popov, Russia, 22.17 (Q); 3. Lorenzo Vismara, Italy, 22.30 (Q); 4. Bartosz Kizierowski, Poland, 22.35 (Q); 5. Oleksandr Volynets, Ukraine, 22.36 (Q); 6. Roland Schoeman, South Africa, 22.41; 7. Brett Hawke, Australia, 22.49; 8. Denis Pimankov, Russia, 22.89.

 

 100m Butterfly

 Qualification

 Heat 1: 1. Anthony Ang, Malaysia, 55.26; 2. Andrey Gavrilov, Kazakstan, 56.14; 3. Ioannis Drymonakos, Greece, 56.36; 4. Arturs Jakovlevs, Latvia, 56.63; 5. Conrad Francis, Sri Lanka, 57.44; 6. Jin-woo Kim, Kenya, 59.55; 7. Kamal Salman Masud, Pakistan, 1:00.60.

 Heat 2: 1. Janko Gojkovic, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 55.55; 2. Aleksandar Miladinovski, Macedonia, 55.62; 3. Mehdi Addadi, Algeria, 56.04; 4. Daniel O'Keeffe, Guam, 56.05; 5. Roberto Delgado, Ecuador, 56.07; 6. Rikardur Rikardsson, Iceland, 56.11; 7. Stephen Fahy, Bermuda, 56.46; 8. Nicholas Rees, Bahamas, 57.23.

 Heat 3: 1. Ravil Nachaev, Uzbekistan, 55.21; 2. Konstantin Ushkov, Kyrgyzstan, 55.25; 3. Simeon Makedonski, Bulgaria, 55.49; 4. Luc Decker, Luxembourg, 56.10; 5. Cheng-hua Tseng, Taiwan, 56.39; 6. Haitham Hassan, Egypt, 56.42; 7. Albert Christadi Sutanto, Indonesia, 56.50; 8. Dumitru Zastoico, Moldova, 58.55.

 Heat 4: 1. Simao Morgado, Portugal, 54.75; 2. Philippe Meyer, Switzerland, 54.85; 3. Andrew Livingston, Puerto Rico, 55.03; 4. Yoav Meiri, Israel, 55.38; 5. Dennis Otzen Jensen, Denmark, 55.70; 6. Yohan Garcia, Cuba, 55.74; 7. Ivan Mladina, Croatia, 56.17; NR, Milorad Cavic, Yugoslavia, DQ.

 Heat 5: 1. Stefan Aartsen, Netherlands, 53.81 (Q); 2. Theo Verster, South Africa, 53.95; 3. Ouyang Kunpeng, China, 54.12; 4. Marcin Kaczmarek, Poland, 54.32; 5. Jan Vitazka, Czech Republic, 54.34; 6. Pablo Martin Abal, Argentina, 54.45; 7. Josh Ilika, Mexico, 55.07; 8. Oswaldo Quevedo, Venezuela, 55.55.

 Heat 6: 1. Takashi Yamamoto, Japan, 52.91 (Q); 2. Lars Froelander, Sweden, 53.14 (Q); 3. Anatoli Poliakov, Russia, 53.30 (Q); 4. Ian Crocker, U.S., 53.45 (Q); 5. James Hickman, Britain, 53.48 (Q); 6. Joris Keizer, Netherlands, 53.66 (Q); 7. Igor Martchenko, Russia, 53.98; 8. Peter Mankoc, Slovenia, 54.15.

 Heat 7: 1. Michael Klim, Australia, 52.73 (Q); 2. Zsolt Gaspar, Hungary, 53.29 (Q); 3. Denys Sylant'yev, Ukraine, 53.34 (Q); 4. Thomas Rupprath, Germany, 53.57 (Q); 5. Jere Hard, Finland, 53.67 (Q); 6. Andriy Serdinov, Ukraine, 53.90; 7. Ioan Gherghel, Romania, 54.13; 8. Shamek Pietucha, Edmonton, 54.14.

 Heat 8: 1. Geoff Huegill, Australia, 52.79 (Q); 2. Michael Mintenko, Moose Jaw, Sask., 52.90 (Q); 3. Tommy Hannan, U.S., 53.54 (Q); 3. Franck Esposito, France, 53.54 (Q); 5. Daniel Carlsson, Sweden, 54.15; 6. Tero Valimaa, Finland, 54.24; 7. Francisco Sanchez, Venezuela, 54.56; NR, Christian Keller, Germany, DNS.

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Geoff Huegill, Australia, 51.96 (Q), (Olympic record. Old record: Denis Pankratov, Russia, 52.27, July 24, 1996); 2. Takashi Yamamoto, Japan, 53.01 (Q); 3. Joris Keizer, Netherlands, 53.33; 4. Zsolt Gaspar, Hungary, 53.45; 5. Denys Sylant'yev, Ukraine, 53.51; 6. James Hickman, Britain, 53.55; 7. Tommy Hannan, U.S., 53.59; 8. Stefan Aartsen, Netherlands, 53.81.

 Heat 2: 1. Michael Klim, Australia, 52.63 (Q); 2. Ian Crocker, U.S. 52.82 (Q); 3. Lars Froelander, Sweden, 52.84 (Q); 4. Michael Mintenko, Moose Jaw, Sask., 53.00 (Q); 5. Thomas Rupprath, Germany, 53.18 (Q); 6. Anatoli Poliakov, Russia, 53.32 (Q); 7. Franck Esposito, France, 53.38; 8. Jere Hard, Finland, 53.65.

 Women

 100m Freestyle

 Final

 1. Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 53.83; 2. Therese Alshammar, Sweden, 54.33; 3 (tie), Dara Torres, U.S., and Jenny Thompson, U.S., 54.43; 5. Martina Moravcova, Slovakia, 54.72; 6. Helene Muller, South Africa, 55.19; 7. Sumika Minamoto, Japan, 55.53; 8. Wilma van Rijn, Netherlands, 55.58.

 

 200m Breaststroke

 Final

 1. Agnes Kovacs, Hungary, 2:24.35; 2. Kristy Kowal, U.S., 2:24.56; 3. Amanda Beard, U.S., 2:25.35; 4. Qi Hui, China, 2:25.36; 5. Olga Bakaldina, Russia, 2:25.47; 6. Sarah Poewe, South Africa, 2:25.72; 7. Masami Tanaka, Japan, 2:26.98; 8. Luo Xuejuan, China, 2:27.33.

 

 200m Backsttroke

 Qualification

 Heat 1: 1. Marica Strazmester, Yugoslavia, 2:22.59; 2. Kolbrun Yr Kristjansdottir, Iceland, 2:24.33; 3. Chia-Hsien Kuan, Taiwan, 2:24.61; 4. Petra Banovic, Croatia, 2:25.42.

 Heat 2: 1. Nadiya Beshevli, Ukraine, 2:15.86; 2. Anu Koivisto, Finland, 2:16.23; 3. Aikaterini Bliamou, Greece, 2:18.07; 4. Ana Maria Gonzalez, Cuba, 2:19.35; 5. Jana Korbasova, Slovakia, 2:19.37; 6. Annamaria Kiss, Hungary, 2:20.40; 7. Derya Erke, Turkey, 2:21.28; 8. Chonlathorn Vorathamrong, Thailand, 2:21.59.

 Heat 3: 1. Diana Mocanu, Romania, 2:09.21 (Q); 2. Tomoko Hagiwara, Japan, 2:12.15 (Q); 3. Cathleen Rund, Germany, 2:13.87 (Q); 4. Kelly Stefanyshyn, Winnipeg, 2:14.28 (Q); 5. Clementine Stoney, Australia, 2:14.61 (Q); 6. Ivette Maria, Spain, 2:14.78 (Q); 7. Charlene Wittstock, South Africa, 2:15.10 (Q); 8. Choi Soo-Min, South Korea, 2:26.42.

 Heat 4: 1. Miki Nakao, Japan, 2:11.69 (Q); 2. Lindsay Benko, U.S., 2:12.72 (Q); 3. Joanna Fargus, Britain, 2:12.99 (Q); 4. Helen Don-Duncan, Britain, 2:14.18 (Q); 5. Zhan Shu, China, 2:15.97; 6. Irina Raevskaia, Russia, 2:16.13; 7. Helen Norfolk, New Zealand, 2:16.22; 8. Dyana Calub, Australia, 2:17.05.

 Heat 5: 1. Roxana Maracineanu, France, 2:11.01 (Q); 2. Nina Zhivanevskaya, Spain, 2:11.60 (Q); 3. Antje Buschschulte, Germany, 2:13.42 (Q); 4. Amanda Adkins, U.S., 2:13.54 (Q); 5. Louise Ornstedt, Denmark, 2:13.61 (Q); 6. Yseult Gervy, Belgium, 2:16.67; 7. Aleksandra Miciul, Poland, 2:16.71; NR, Ioulia Fomenko, Russia, DNS.

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Roxana Maracineanu, France, 2:11.93 (Q); 2. Miki Nakao, Japan, 2:12.49 (Q); 3. Antje Buschschulte, Germany, 2:12.64 (Q); 4. Lindsay Benko, U.S., 2:13.73; 5. Louise Ornstedt, Denmark, 2:14.24; 6. Clementine Stoney, Australia, 2:14.25; 7. Charlene Wittstock, South Africa, 2:14.95; 8. Helen Don-Duncan, Britain, 2:14.97.

 Heat 2: 1. Diana Mocanu, Romania, 2:09.64 (Q); 2. Tomoko Hagiwara, Japan, 2:11.02 (Q); 3. Nina Zhivanevskaya, Spain, 2:11.93 (Q); 4. Amanda Adkins, Gahanna, Ohio, 2:12.97 (Q); 5. Kelly Stefanyshyn, Winnipeg, 2:13.39 (Q); 6. Joanna Fargus, Britain, 2:13.57; 7. Cathleen Rund, Germany, 2:13.85; 8. Ivette Maria, Spain, 2:15.11.

 

 800m Freestyle

 Qualification

 Heat 1: 1. Ivanka Moralieva, Bulgaria, 8:52.61; 2. Patricia Villarreal, Mexico, 8:54.79; 3. Chi-chan Lin, Taiwan, 9:01.09; 4. Cecilia Biagioli, Argentina, 9:04.02.

 Heat 2: 1. Flavia Rigamonti, Switzerland, 8:30.44 (Q); 2. Chantal Strasser, Switzerland, 8:35.84; 3. Hayley Lewis, Australia, 8:38.75; 4. Rebecca Cooke, Britain, 8:43.22; 5. Karine Legault, St-Eustache, Que., 8:43.56; 6. Hana Cerna, Czech Republic, 8:47.64; 7. Olga Beresnyeva, Ukraine, 9:00.12; 8. Adi Bichman, Israel, 9:01.90.

 Heat 3: 1. Yana Klochkova, Ukraine, 8:29.84 (Q); 2. Kaitlin Sandeno, U.S., 8:30.12 (Q); 3. Jana Henke, Germany, 8:31.86 (Q); 4. Chen Hua, China, 8:33.23 (Q); 5. Kirsten Vlieghuis, Netherlands, 8:35.80; 6. Eva Risztov, Hungary, 8:43.07; 7. Irina Oufimtseva, Russia, 8:44.64; 8. Marianna Lymperta, Greece, 8:56.33.

 Heat 4: 1. Brooke Bennett, U.S., 8:26.47 (Q); 2. Hannah Stockbauer, Germany, 8:31.74 (Q); 3, Sachiko Yamada, Japan, 8:33.06 (Q); 4. Janelle Atkinson, Jamaica, 8:34.51; 5. Rachel Harris, Australia, 8:36.94; 6. Mirjana Bosevska, Macedonia, 8:46.39; NR, Claudia Poll, Costa Rica, DNS; NR, Joanne Malar, Hamilton, DNS.

 TENNIS

 Men

 Singles

 Second Round

 Daniel Nestor, Toronto, def. Patrick Rafter, Australia, 7-5, 7-6 (4).

 Juan Carlos Ferrero, Spain, def. Nicolas Massu, Chile, 6-4, 7-6 (6).

 Arnaud Di Pasquale, France, def. Vladimir Voltchkov, Belarus, 6-2, 6-2.

 Magnus Norman, Sweden, def. Paradorn Srichaphan, Thailand, 7-5, 6-2.

 Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Russia, def. Juan Ignacio Chela, Argentina, 7-6 (4), 6-4.

 Mark Philippoussis, Australia, def. Kristian Pless, Denmark, 6-4, 6-4.

 Ivan Ljubicic, Croatia, def. Kevin Ullyett, Zimbabwe, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4.

 Gustavo Kuerten, Brazil, def. Rainer Schuttler, Germany, 6-4, 6-4.

 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.

 Dominik Hrbaty and Karol Kucera, Slovakia, def. Satoshi Iwabuchi and Thomas Shimada, Japan, 6-4, 6-3.

 Alex Corretja and Albert Costa, Spain, def. Juan Ignacio Chela and Mariano Zabaleta, Argentina, 6-3, 6-4.

 Arnaud Clement and Nicolas Escude, France, def. Dusan Vemic and Nenad Zimonjic, Yugoslavia, 6-3, 6-3.

 Max Mirnyi and Vladimir Voltchkov, Belarus, def. Nicklas Kulti and Mikael Tillstrom, Sweden, 6-3, 6-4.

 Tommy Haas and David Prinosil, Germany, def. Wayne Black and Kevin Ullyett, Zimbabwe, 6-1, 6-4.

 Jimy Szymanski and Jose De Armas, Venezuela, def. Mario Ancic and Goran Ivanisevic, Croatia, 6-2, 7-6 (3).

 David Adams and John-Laffnie De Jager, South Africa, def. Enrique Abaroa and Alejandro Hernandez, Mexico, 6-4, 7-6 (5).

 Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Marat Safin, Russia, def. Barry Cowan and Kyle Spencer, Britain, 7-6 (2), 6-4.

 

 Women

 Singles

 Second Round

 Rossana De Los Rios, Paraguay, def. Lindsay Davenport, U.S., walkover.

 Jelena Dokic, Australia, def. Rita Grande, Italy, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3.

 Sabine Appelmans, Belgium, def. Maria Alejandra Vento, Venezuela, 6-2, 6-2.

 Amanda Coetzer, South Africa, def. Anne Kremer, Luxembourg, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.

 Karina Habsudova, Slovakia, def. Conchita Martinez, Spain, 1-6, 6-0, 6-4.

 Barbara Schett, Austria, def. Maria Emilia Salerni, Argentina, 7-6 (5), 6-4.

 Julie Halard-Decugis, France, def. Daniela Bedanova, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-4.

 Dominique Van Roost, Belgium, def. Anastasia Myskina, Russia, 6-2, 6-3.

 Silvia Farina-Elia, Italy, def. Silvija Talaja, Croatia, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4.

 Nathalie Dechy, France, def. Nicole Pratt, Australia, 6-3, 6-1.

 Monica Seles, U.S., def. Miriam Oremans, Netherlands, 6-1, 6-1.

 Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, Spain, def. Patricia Wartusch, Austria, 6-2, 6-4.

 Fabiola Zuluaga, Colombia, def. Els Callens, Belgium, 6-3, 6-2.

 Jana Kandarr, Germany, def. Emmanuelle Gagliardi, Switzerland, 7-5, 6-4.

 Venus Williams, U.S., def. Tamarine Tanasugarn, Thailand, 6-2, 6-3.

 Elena Dementieva, Russia, def. Kristie Boogert, Netherlands, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5.

 

 Doubles

 First Round

 Serena Williams and Venus Williams, U.S., def. Sonya Jeyaseelan and Vanessa Webb, Toronto, 6-3, 6-1.

 Elena Tatarkova and Anna Zaporozhanova, Ukraine, def. Janet Lee and Tzu-ting Weng, Taiwan, 6-3, 7-6 (4).

 Elena Likhovtseva and Anastasia Myskina, Russia, def. Tina Krizan and Katarina Srebotnik, Slovenia, 7-6 (4), 6-3.