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September 26, 2000
SYDNEY (AP) -- Results Tuesday from the Summer Olympics:

 

 BASKETBALL

 Women

 Ninth Place

 Cuba 67 Canada 58

 Cuba

 J. Plutin 6-11 1-3 13, M. Leon 4-9 4-4 13, Y. Martinez 6-9 1-1 13, L. Castillo 3-7 2-4 9, C. Hechavarria 2-5 0-2 4, L. Victores 0-0 0-0 0, T. Seino 2-5 4-4 9, T. Suero 2-4 0-0 4, M. Enriquez 0-2 2-2 2, Totals 25-52 14-20 67.

 Canada

 C. Bouchard 3-10 2-2 8, S. Dales 4-13 3-6 12, D. Norman 3-9 4-5 10, K. Boucher 1-9 0-0 3, T. Sutton-Brown 5-11 4-6 14, M. Hendry 2-3 0-0 4, K. Karch 0-2 0-0 0, N. Johnson 1-3 2-2 5, T. Kleindienst 1-1 0-0 2, C. Brassard-Riebesehl 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 20-62 15-21 58.

 Halftime--Cuba 35, Canada 34. 3-Point goals--Cuba 3-10 (J. Plutin 0-1, M. Leon 1-2, L. Castillo 1-3, C. Hechavarria 0-2, T. Seino 1-1, T. Suero 0-1) Canada 3-15 (C. Bouchard 0-4, S. Dales 1-2, K. Boucher 1-5, K. Karch 0-2, N. Johnson 1-2). Fouled out--None. Rebounds--Cuba 31 (Y. Martinez 10) Canada 25 (D. Norman 9, T. Sutton-Brown 9). Assists--Cuba 6 (L. Castillo 2) Canada 12 (D. Norman 4). Total Fouls--Cuba 21 Canada 21.

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 BEACH VOLLEYBALL

 Men

 Gold Medal

 Dain Blanton and Eric Fonoimoana, U.S., def. Jose Marco Melo and Ricardo Santos, Brazil, 12-11, 12-9.

 Bronze Medal

 Jorg Ahmann and Axel Hager, Germany, def. Miguel Maia and Joao Brenha, Portugal, 12-9, 12-6.

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 BOXING

 Quarter-finals

 48-kg

 Rafael Lozano Munoz, Spain, def. Suleiman Wanjau Bilali, Kenya, 11-10; Kim Un Chol, North Korea, def. Ivan Stapovic, Lithuania, 22-10; Brahim Aslouh, France, def. Kim Ki-Suk, South Korea, 12-8; Maikro Romero, Cuba, def. Valeri Sidorenko, Ukraine, 12-5.

 

 54-kg

 Sergiy Danylchenko, Ukraine, def. Justin Kane, Australia, Outclassed-4, 00:28; Raimkoul Malakhbekov, Russia, def. Alisher Rahimov, Uzbekistan, 16-10; Clarence Vinson, U.S., def. Olteanu George-Crinu, Romania, 26-19; Guillermo Rigondeaux, Cuba, def. Agasi Agaguloglu, Turkey, 14-5.

 

 60-kg

 Mario Kindelan, Cuba, def. Tigkran Ouzlian, Greece, Outclassed-4, 01:50; Alexandre Maletine, Russia, def. Selim Palyani, Turkey, Outclassed-4, 00:16; Andriy Kotelnyk, Ukraine, def. Nurzhan Karimzhanov, Kazakstan, Outclassed-3, 01:13; Cristian Bejarano Benitez, Mexico, def. Almazbek Raimkulov, Kyrgyzstan, 14-12.

 

 67-kg

 Oleg Saitov, Russia, def. Ruslan Khairov, Azerbaijan, 10-10 (55-47); Dorel Simion, Romania, def. Steven Kuchler, Germany, 26-14; Sergey Dotsenko, Ukraine, def. Danijar Muneitbasov, Kazakstan, 8-7; Vitalii Grusac, Moldova, def. Bulent Ulusoy, Turkey, 19-10.

 

 75-kg

 Zsolt Erdei, Hungary, def. Aleksandr Zubrihin, Ukraine, 14-9; Gaidarbek Gaidarbekov, Russia, def. Jeff Lacy, U.S., Outclassed-3, 01:49; Jorge Gutierrez, Cuba, def. Adrian Diaconu, Romania, KO-1, 01:01; Vugar Alekparov, Azerbaijan, def. Akin Kakauridze, Turkey, 18-8.

 

 91-kg

 Sebastian Kober, Germany, def. Mark Simmons, Toronto, Outclassed-3, 01:52; Felix Savon, Cuba, def. Michael Bennett, U.S., Outclassed-3, 01:57; Vladimir Tchantouria, Georgia, def. Ruslan Chagaev, Uzbekistan, 18-13; Sultanahmed Ibzagimov, Russia, def. Jackson Chanet, France, 18-13.

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 CYCLING

 Women

 Road race final: 1. Leontien Zijlaard, Netherlands, 3:06:31.001; 2. Hanka Kupfernagel, Germany, 3:06:31.002; 3. Diana Ziliute, Lithuania, 3:06:31.003; 4. Anna Wilson, Australia, 3:06:31.004; 5. Svetlana Boubnenkova, Russia, 3:06:31.005; 6. Magali le Floc'h, France, 3:06:31.006; 7. Zoulfia Zabirova, Russia, 3:06:31.007; 8. Heidi van de Vijver, Belgium, 3:06:31.008; 9. Yvonne Schnorf, Switzerland, 3:06:31.009; 10. Sara Symington, Britain, 3:06:31.010.

 11. Genevieve Jeanson, Lachine, Que., 3:06:31.011; 12. Mirjam Melchers, Netherlands, 3:06:31.012; 13. Rasa Polikeviciute, Lithuania, 3:06:31.013; 14. Joane Somarriba, Spain, 3:06:31.014; 15. Alessandra Cappellotto, Italy, 3:06:31.015; 16. Nicole Braendli, Switzerland, 3:06:31.016; 17. Tetyana Stiajkina, Ukraine, 3:06:31.017; 18. Jacinta Coleman, New Zealand, 3:06:31.018; 19. Oksana Saprykina, Ukraine, 3:06:31.019; 20. Cindy Pieters, Belgium, 3:06:31.020.

 21. Pia Sundstedt, Finland, 3:06:31.021; 22. Lyne Bessette, Lac Brome, Que., 3:06:31.022; 23. Tracey Gaudry, Australia, 3:06:31.023; 24. Yvonne McGregor, Britain, 3:06:31.024; 25. Edita Pucinskaite, Lithuania, 3:06:37.025; 26. Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli, France, 3:06:37.026; 27. Ceris Gilfillan, Britain, 3:06:37.027; 28. Juanita Feldhahn, Australia, 3:06:37.028; 29. Monica Valen, Norway, 3:08:02.029; 30. Petra Rossner, Germany, 3:09:17.030.

 31. Valeria Cappellotto, Italy, 3:09:17.031; 32. Priska Doppmann, Switzerland, 3:10:17.032; 33. Valentyna Karpenko, Ukraine, 3:10:33.033; 34. Fatima Blazquez, Spain, 3:10:33.034; 35. Ingunn Bollerud, Norway, 3:10:33.035; 36. Roz Reekie-May, New Zealand, 3:10:34.036; 37. Chantal Beltman, Netherlands, 3:10:34.037; 38. Solrun Flataas, Norway, 3:11:04.038; 39. Catherine Marsal, France, 3:11:04.039; 40. Vanja Vonckx, Belgium, 3:12:40.040.

 41. Miho Oki, Japan, 3:12:40.041; 42. Olga Slioussareva, Russia, 3:13:27.042; 43. Clara Hughes, Winnipeg, 3:16:49.043; 44. Claudia Saintagne, Brazil, 3:24:19.044; 45. Chiung-yi Chen, Taiwan, 3:28:00.045; 46. Dania Perez, Cuba, 3:28:28.046; 47. Nicole Freedman, U.S., 3:28:28.047; 48. Mercedes Cagigas, Spain, 3:28:29.048; 49. Janildes Silva, Brazil, 3:35:12.049.

 Not record, did not finish: Yoanka Gonzalez, Cuba; Ina-Yoko Teutenberg, Germany; Deirdre Murphy, Ireland; Roberta Bonanomi, Italy; Susy Pryde, New Zealand; Bianca Jane Netzler, Western Samoa; Mari Holden, U.S.; Karen Kurreck, U.S.

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 CANOE-KAYAK

 Men's Flat Water

 Top 6 in each heat plus next 3 best times advanced to semifinals

 K-1 1000

 Heat 1: 1. Lutz Liwowski, Germany, 3:36.40; 2. Roland Kokeny, Hungary, 3:38.06; 3. Petar Merkov, Bulgaria, 3:38.23; 4. Jacopo Majocchi, Italy, 3:39.17; 5. Johan Eriksson, Sweden, 3:40.19; 6. Vaidas Mizeras, Lithuania, 3:40.20; 7. Anton Ryahov, Uzbekistan, 3:43.71; 8. Roger Caumo, Brazil, 3:52.08.

 Heat 2: 1. Knut Holmann, Norway, 3:36.56; 2. Javier Andres Correa, Argentina, 3:37.84; 3. Rastislav Kuzel, Slovakia, 3:38.89; 4. Vladyslav Tereshchenko, Ukraine, 3:39.51; 5. Marian Baban, Romania, 3:45.12; 6. Gary Mawer, Ireland, 3:45.78; 7. Nam Sung-ho, South Korea, 3:46.66; 8. Nader Eivazi Khiarak, Iran, 3:59.76.

 Heat 3: 1. Torsten Tranum-Jensen, Denmark, 3:35.84; 2. Pierre Lubac, France, 3:36.57; 3. Tim Brabants, Britain, 3:36.90; 4. Clint Robinson, Australia, 3:40.19; 5. Vladimir Grushikhin, Armenia, 3:40.62; 6. Rafal Glazewski, Poland, 3:43.22; 7. Adrian Hermann Bachmann, Switzerland, 3:45.70; 8. Mihai Apostol, Dartmouth, N.S., 3:47.67.

 Heat 4: 1. Michael Kolganov, Israel, 3:35.48; 2. Emilio Merchan, Spain, 3:36.59; 3. Bob Maesen, Belgium, 3:37.58; 4. Alan van Coller, South Africa, 3:39.57; 5. Hain Helde, Estonia, 3:40.40; 6. Radek Zaruba, Czech Republic, 3:40.73; 7. Sergey Sergin, Kazakhstan, 3:42.64.

 

 C-1 1000

 Top 3 each heat advance to final

 Heat 1: 1. Ledys Frank Balceiro, Cuba, 3:55.12; 2. Steve Giles, Lake Echo, N.S., 3:55.39; 3. Peter Pales, Slovakia, 3:58.03; 4. Jefimijs Klementjevs, Latvia, 3:58.84; 5. Nikolay Bouhalov, Bulgaria, 3:59.09; 6. Maxim Opalev, Russia, 4:00.56; 7. Gyorgy Zala, Hungary, 4:00.75; 8. Kaisar Nurmaganbetov, Kazakhstan, 4:01.43; 9. Nikica Ljubek, Croatia, 4:10.95.

 Heat 2: 1. Andreas Dittmer, Germany, 3:53.96; 2. Martin Doktor, Czech Republic, 3:55.21; 3. Christian Frederiksen, Norway, 3:55.37; 4. Eric le Leuch, France, 3:55.72; 5. Florin Huidu, Romania, 3:56.77; 6. Andreas Kiligkaridis, Greece, 4:01.04; 7. Jose Manuel Crespo, Spain, 4:04.52; 8. Jordan Malloch, Seattle, 4:05.44; 9. Daniel Jedraszko, Poland, 4:25.72.

 

 K-2 1000

 Top 3 each heat advance to final

 Heat 1: 1. Italy (Antonio Rossi; Beniamino Bonomi), 3:14.31; 2. Sweden (Markus Oscarsson; Henrik Nilsson), 3:15.10; 3. Slovakia (Michal Riszdorfer; Juraj Baca), 3:16.85; 4. Britain (Paul Darby-Dowman; Ross Sabberton), 3:19.39; 5. Czech Republic (Jan Soucek; Jan Andrlik), 3:20.76; 6. Australia (Brian Morton; Luke Young), 3:20.93; 7. Brazil (Carlos Campos; Sebastian Cuattrin), 3:21.22; 8, Bulgaria (Dimitar Ivanov; Mariyan Dimitrov), 3:23.64; 9. Argentina (Abelardo Andres Sztrum; Fernando Martin Redondo), 3:24.32.

 Heat 2: 1. Hungary (Krisztian Bartfai; Krisztian Vereb), 3:13.67; 2. Germany (Andreas Ihle; Olaf Winter), 3:14.63; 3. France (Babak Amir-Tahmasseb; Philippe Aubertin), 3:14.83; 4. Norway (Eirik Veraas Larsen; Nils Olav Fjeldheim), 3:15.48; 5. Poland (Marek Twardowski; Adam Wysocki), 3:15.90; 6. Denmark (Paw Madsen; Jesper Staal), 3:16.98; 7. Russia (Evgueni Salakhov; Oleg Gorobii), 3:17.06; 8. Israel (Rami Zur; Roei Yellin), 3:20.91; 9. U.S. (Cliff Meidl; Philippe Boccara), 3:26.43.

 

 C-2 1000

 Top 3 each heat advance to final

 Heat 1: 1. Russia (Alexandre Kovalev; Alexandre Kostoglod), 3:37.16; 2. Spain (David Mascato; Jose Alfredo Bea), 3:37.69; 3. Poland (Michal Gajownik; Pawel Baraszkiewicz), 3:39.31; 4. Britain (Andrew Train; Stephen Train), 3:39.59; 5. Slovakia (Jan Kubica; Mario Ostrcil), 3:40.86; 6. Canada (Attila Buday and Tamas Buday Jr., both Mississauga, Ont.), 3:41.07; 7. Mexico (Ramon Ferrer; Antonio Romero), 3:49.30.

 Heat 2: 1. Romania (Mitica Pricop; Florin Popescu), 3:37.34; 2. Hungary (Ferenc Novak; Imre Pulai), 3:38.49; 3. Cuba (Ibrahin Rojas; Leobaldo Pereira), 3:38.97; 4. Germany (Stefan Utess; Lars Kober), 3:39.21; 5. Ukraine (Roman Bundz; Leonid Kamlochuk), 3:47.15; 6. Czech Republic (Petr Prochazka; Jan Brecka), 3:50.60; 7 Kazakhstan (Zhomart Satubaldin; Konstantin Negodyayev), 3:53.36.

 

 K-4 1000,

 Top 3 each heat advance to final

 Heat 1: 1. Hungary (Akos Vereckei; Gabor Horvath; Zoltan Kammerer; Botond Storcz), 2:58.09; 2. Russia (Evgueni Salakhov; Oleg Gorobii; Roman Zaroubin; Anatoli Tichtchenko), 2:59.76; 3. Poland (Grzegorz Kotowicz; Adam Seroczynski; Dariusz Bialkowski; Marek Witkowski), 3:00.16; 4, Bulgaria (Milko Kazanov; Petar Merkov; Iordan Iordanov; Petar Sibinkitch), 3:00.63; 5. Sweden (Anders Gustafsson; Niklaes Persson; Erik Lindeberg; Jonas Fager), 3:04.42; 6, Yugoslavia (Igor Kovacic; Sasa Vujanic; Jozef Soti; Dragan Zoric), 3:04.43; 7, France (Frederic Gauthier; Maxime Boccon; Pierre Lubac; Stephane Gourichon), 3:05.80.

 Heat 2: 1. Germany (Jan Schaefer; Mark Zabel; Bjoern Bach; Stefan Ulm), 2:59.47; 2. Slovakia (Robert Erban; Richard Riszdorfer; Juraj Tarr; Erik Vlcek), 3:00.95; 3. U.S. (Stein Jorgensen; John Mooney; Peter Newton; Angel Perez, Miami), 3:01.36; 4. Czech Republic (Karel Lestina; Pavel Hottmar; Pavel Holubar; Jiri Polivka), 3:02.05; 5, Romania (Sorin Petcu; Marian Sirbu; Nicu Romica Serban; Vasile Curuzan Corneli), 3:05.34; 6. Australia (Ross Chaffer; Shane Suska; Peter Scott; Cameron McFadzean), 3:05.89.

 

 Women

 K-4 500

 Top 3 each heat advance to final

 Heat 1: 1. Hungary (Szilvia Szabo; Rita Koban; Katalin Kovacs; Erzsebet Viski), 1:33.31; 2. Belarus (Alesya Bakunova; Elena Bet; Natalya Bondarenko; Svetlana Vakula), 1:34.73; 3. Spain (Beatriz Manchon; Belen Sanchez; Ana Maria Penas; Izaskun Aramburu), 1:35.29; 4. Ukraine (Ganna Balabanova; Nataliya Fiklisova; Mariya Ralcheva; Olena Cherevatova), 1:35.45; 5. Russia (Natalia Goulii; Elena Tissina; Olga Tichtchenko; Galina Poryvaeva), 1:36.87.

 Heat 2: 1. Germany (Birgit Fischer; Anett Schuck; Manuela Mucke; Katrin Wagner), 1:33.89; 2. Poland (Beata Sokolowska; Aneta Pastuszka; Aneta Michalak; Joanna Skowron), 1:35.88; 3. Romania (Mariana Limbau; Raluca Andreea Ionita; Elena Radu; Sanda Toma), 1:35.93; 4. Australia (Shelley Oates-Wilding; Amanda Simper; Kerri Randle; Yanda Nossiter), 1:37.08; 5. Canada (Marie-Josee Gibeau-Ouimet, Lachine, Que.; Carrie Lightbound, Mississauga; Julia Rivard, North Bay, Ont.; Kamini Jain, Calgary), 1:38.20.

 DIVING

 Men

 Springboard

 Semifinals: 1. Xiong Ni, China, 687.78 (Q); 2. Dmitri Saoutine, Russia, 684.75 (Q); 3. Fernando Fabricio Platas Alvarez, Mexico, 678.96 (Q); 4. Mark Ruiz, U.S., 657.27 (Q); 5. Xiao Hailiang, China, 655.83 (Q); 6. Andreas Wels, Germany, 639.81 (Q); 7. Troy Dumais, U.S., 631.80 (Q); 8. Dean Pullar, Australia, 629.43 (Q); 9. Ken Terauchi, Japan, 616.77 (Q); 10. Imre Lengyel, Hungary, 605.58 (Q).

 11. Stefan Ahrens, Germany, 604.17 (Q); 12. Tony Ally, Britain, 599.61 (Q); 13. Alexandre Dobroskok, Russia, 598.62; 14. Cassius Duran, Brazil, 598.14; 15. Robert Newbery, Australia, 594.90; 16. Donald Miranda, Italy, 584.04; 17. Rafael Alvarez, Spain, 578.61; 18. Yoendris Salazar, Cuba, 575.10.

 Final: 1. Xiong Ni, China, 708.72; 2. Fernando Fabricio Platas Alvarez, Mexico, 708.42; 3. Dmitri Saoutine, Russia, 703.20; 4. Xiao Hailiang, China, 671.04; 5. Dean Pullar, Australia, 647.40; 6. Troy Dumais, U.S., 642.72; 7. Mark Ruiz, U.S., 638.22; 8. Ken Terauchi, Japan, 634.47; 9. Stefan Ahrens, Germany, 619.17; 10. Andreas Wels, Germany, 616.53.

 11. Imre Lengyel, Hungary, 613.47; 12. Tony Ally, Britain, 583.80.

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 EQUESTRIAN

 Individual Dressage

 Grand Prix

 Standings after first day: 1. Isabell Werth (Gigolo), Germany, 1908, 76.32, T; 2. Anky van Grunsven (Bonfire), Netherlands, 1875, 75.00, T; 3. Alexandra Simons de Ridder (Chacomo), Germany, 1857, 74.28, T; 4. Ellen Bontje (Silvano), Netherlands, 1786, 71.44, T; 5. Jon Pedersen (Esprit De Valdemar), Denmark, 1728, 69.12, T; 6. Susan Blinks (Flim Flam), U.S., 1725, 69.00, T; 7. Kristy Oatley-Nist (Wall Street), Australia, 1704, 68.16, T; 8. Pia Laus (Renoir), Italy, 1692, 67.68; 9. Robert Dover (Ranier), U.S., 1678, 67.12, T; 10. Emile Faurie (Rascher Hopes), Britain, 1674, 66.96, T.

 11. Daniel Ramseier (Rali Baba), Switzerland, 1664, 66.56, T; 12. Rafael Soto (Invasor), Spain, 1663, 66.52, T; 13. Kallista Field (Waikare), New Zealand, 1661, 66.44; 14 (tie), Peter Gmoser (Candidat), Austria, 1638, 65.52; Juan Antonio Jimenez (Guizo), Spain, 1638, 65.52, T; 16. Daniel Pinto (Weldon Surprise), Portugal, 1632, 65.28;17. Carl Hester (Argentile Gullit), Britain, 1622, 64.88, T; 18. Patricia Bottani (Diamond), Switzerland, 1615, 64.60, T; 19. Rachael Downs (Aphrodite), Australia, 1613, 64.52, T; 20. Elisabet Ehrnrooth (Harald), Finland, 1601, 64.04.

 21. Jan Brink (Briar), Sweden, 1573, 62.92, T; 22. Antonio Rivera (Aczydos), Mexico, 1541, 61.64; 23. Morten Thomsen (Gay), Denmark, 1536, 61.44, T; 24. Heidi Svanborg (Bazalt), Finland, 1437, 57.48; 25. Jorge Rocha (Quixote Lanciano), Brazil, 1350, 54.00; NR, Ulla Hakanson (Bobby), Sweden, WDR, T.

 T: counts for team score.

 

 Team Dressage

 Grand Prix

 Standings after first day: 1. Germany (Isabell Werth, Gigolo-1908; Nadine Capellmann, Farbenfroh; Ulla Salzgeber, Rusty; Alexandra Simons de Ridder, Chacomo-1857), 3765; 2. Netherlands (Ellen Bontje, Silvano-1786; Anky van Grunsven, Bonfire-1875; Arjen Teeuwissen, Goliath; Coby van Baalen, Ferro), 3661; 3. U.S. (Susan Blinks, Flim Flam-1725; Robert Dover, Ranier-1678; Guenter Seidel, Foltaire; Christine Traurig Etienne), 3403; 4. Australia (Rachael Downs, Aphrodite-1613; Mary Hanna, Limbo; Kristy Oatley-Nist, Wall Street-1704; Ricky Macmillan, Crisp), 3317; 5. Spain (Luis Lucio, Aljarafe; Rafael Soto, Invasor-1663; Beatriz Ferrer-Salat, Beauvalais; Juan Antonio Jimenez, Guizo-1638), 3301.

 6. Britain (Richard Davison, Askari; Emile Faurie, Rascher Hopes-1674; Kirsty Mepham, Dikkiloo; Carl Hester, Argentile Gullit-1622), 3296; 7. Switzerland (Daniel Ramseier, Rali Baba-1664; Christine Stueckelberger, Aquamarin; Patricia Bottani, Diamond-1615; Francoise Cantamessa, Sir S), 3279; 8. Denmark (Morten Thomsen, Gay-1536; Anne van Olst, Any How; Lone Jorgensen, Kennedy; Jon Pedersen, Esprit De Valdemar-1728), 3264; 9. Sweden (Jan Brink, Briar-1573; Ulla Hakanson, Bobby-WDR; Pether Markne, Amiral; Tinne Vilhelmson, Cezar), 1573.

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 FIELD HOCKEY

 Men

 Canada 1 Malaysia 1

 Malaysia 0 1 --1

 Canada 1 0 --1

 First Half--1. Canada, P. Milkovich, 26:49 (PK).

 Second Half--2. Malaysia, A. Chairil, 23:19.

 Yellow Cards--I. Suhaimi, Malaysia, 40:34. Green Cards--A. Griffiths, Canada, 16:46; N. Mirnawan, Malaysia, 26:49; S. Maninderjit, Malaysia, 57:28.

 Referees-- Jason McCracken, New Zealand; Eduardo Ruiz, Argentina

 SAILING

 Open

 Laser

 1. Ben Ainslie, Britain (23-1-1-3-4-4-11), 24; 2. Robert Scheidt, Brazil (1-2-23-1-12-1-21), 38; 3. Gustavo Lima, Portugal (6-22-4-2-3-18-12), 45; 4. Michael Blackburn, Australia (8-8-2-18-6-5-23), 47; 5. Andreas Geritzer, Austria (2-11-39-9-11-7-16), 56; 6. Gareth Blanckenberg, South Africa (25-10-33-6-1-11-5), 58; 7. Diego Negri, Italy (9-17-19-11-8-15-1), 61; 8. Karl Suneson, Sweden (10-5-3-24-19-17-9), 63; 9. Serge Kats, Netherlands (30-3-11-7-5-10-32), 66; 10. Peer Moberg, Norway (12-7-12-32-7-6-25), 69.

 11. Roope Suomalainen, Finland (44-13-5-16-18-3-15), 70; 12. Peder Ronholt, Denmark (17-33-13-4-10-25-7), 76; 13. Luis Martinez, Spain (3-23-17-8-44-24-6), 81; 14. Maciej Grabowski, Poland (11-24-35-5-2-9-31), 82; 15. Antonios Bougiouris, Greece (16-18-9-12-22-8-33), 85; 16. Tamas Eszes, Hungary (5-27-10-13-44-14-17), 86; 17. John Myrdal, U.S., (4-20-40-21-44-2-2), 89; 18. Vladimir Krutskikh, Russia (15-9-16-17-32-12-20), 89; 19. Philippe Bergmans, Belgium (13-4-25-23-9-19-26), 93; 20. Mate Arapov, Croatia (19-25-7-44-20-20-3), 94.

 25. Marty Essig, Carlisle, Ont. (28-16-8-35-26-13-24), 115.

 

 Star

 1. Brazil (Torben Grael; Marcelo Ferreira) (3-13-1-2-1-6), 13; 2. Australia (Colin Beashel; David Giles) (8-8-6-1-3-2), 20; 3. Bermuda (Peter Bromby; Lee White) (4-10-3-8-4-1), 20; 4. Britain (Ian Walker; Mark Covell) (1-9-11-7-2-3), 22; 5. Spain (Jose Maria van der Ploeg; Rafael Trujillo) (2-4-17-3-11-7), 27; 6. Netherlands (Mark Neeleman; Jos Schrier) (5-7-7-11-8-4), 31; 7. U.S. (Mark Reynolds; Magnus Liljedahl) (14-3-10-5-6-10), 34; 8. Canada (Ross Macdonald, Vancouver; Kai Bjorn, Montreal) (7-5-13-4-14-5), 34; 9. New Zealand (Gavin Brady; Jamie Gale) (16-1-5-9-5-15), 35; 10. Italy (Pietro D'Ali; Ferdinando Colaninno) (9-2-8-6-13-12), 37.

 11. Germany (Marc Aurel Pickel; Thomas Auracher) (11-6-2-13-10-8), 37; 12. Ireland (Mark Mansfield; David O'Brien) (15-12-12-10-7-9), 50; 13. Sweden (Mats Johansson; Leif Moeller) (12-16-9-12-9-11), 53; 14. Greece (Leonidas Pelekanakis; Dimitrios Boukis) (6-11-15-14-12-13), 56; 15. Switzerland (Flavio Marazzi; Renato Marazzi) (13-14-4-17-15-17), 63; 16. Argentina (Eduardo Farre; Mariano Daniel Lucca) (10-15-14-15-17-14), 68.

 

 Soling

 Quarter-finals

 1. Germany (Jochen Schuemann; Gunnar Bahr; Ingo Borkowski), 4 races won; 2. Denmark (Jesper Bank; Henrik Blakskjaer; Thomas Jacobsen), 4; 3. Norway (Herman Horn Johannessen; Paul Davis; Espen Stokkeland), 2; 4. New Zealand (Rod Davis; Don Cowie; Alan Smith), 2; 5. Netherlands (Roy Heiner; Peter van Niekerk; Dirk de Ridder), 2; 6. Russia (Georgy Shayduko; Oleg Khoperskii; Andrei Kiriliouk), 1.

 

 Men

 Finn

 1. Iain Percy, Britain (2-1-9-2-5-8), 18; 2. Fredrik Loof, Sweden (17-5-1-6-7-4), 23; 3. Mateusz Kusznierewicz, Poland (1-4-11-8-15-3), 27; 4. Xavier Rohart, France (11-11-4-3-1-9), 28; 5. Luca Devoti, Italy (19-2-2-18-4-2), 28; 6. Russ Silvestri, U.S. (3-18-6-11-2-16), 38; 7. Sebastien Godefroid, Belgium (13-3-10-1-14-17), 41; 8. Aimilios Papathanasiou, Greece (4-12-5-23-10-12), 43; 9. Christoph Bergmann, Brazil (10-8-3-21-11-13), 45; 10. Ali Enver Adakan, Turkey (5-7-17-7-9-23), 45.

 11. Balazs Hajdu, Hungary (26-6-16-16-3-5), 46; 12. Karlo Kuret, Croatia (6-10-18-9-8-14), 47; 13. David Burrows, Ireland (9-16-7-15-19-1), 48; 14. Anthony Nossiter, Australia (12-14-13-20-6-10), 55; 15. Clifton Webb, New Zealand (15-9-15-10-12-11), 57; 16. Richard Clarke, Toronto, (14-20-8-14-16-7), 59; 17. Peter Theurer, Switzerland (16-13-21-4-18-19), 70; 18. Ian Ainslie, South Africa (7-17-14-19-22-15), 72; 19. Lasse Hjortnaes, Denmark (21-21-23-12-13-6), 73; 20. Michael Maier, Czech Republic (8-19-12-24-17-26), 80.

 

 Women

 Europe

 1. Serena Amato, Argentina (6-15-9-5-2-2-6-1), 31; 2. Shirley Robertson, Britain (4-3-1-6-1-13-8-9), 32; 3. Neus Garriga, Spain (10-2-11-13-5-1-17-3), 45; 4. Kristine Roug, Denmark (5-21-2-1-10-6-4-28), 49; 5. Margriet Matthysse, Netherlands (1-24-19-2-6-5-3-19), 55; 6. Min Dezillie, Belgium (8-8-26-10-4-4-10-12), 56; 7. Sari Multala, Finland (2-7-16-12-20-12-9-4), 62; 8. Lenka Smidova, Czech Republic (15-19-15-7-8-3-13-2), 63; 9. Larissa Nevierov, Italy (3-9-4-19-13-18-7-11), 65; 10. Maria Coleman, Ireland (11-5-3-15-17-7-11-17), 69.

 11. Sarah Macky, New Zealand (12-1-14-16-12-11-5-15), 70; 12. Tania Elias Calles Wolf, Mexico (19-23-8-11-7-16-2-13), 76; 13. Monika Bronicka, Poland (14-11-13-14-23-8-12-7), 79; 14. Beth Calkin, West Vancouver, B.C., (17-4-24-18-3-25-1-14), 81; 15. Courtenay Becker-Dey, U.S., (20-18-5-8-14-19-15-6), 85; 16. Denise Cesky, Austria (22-22-6-9-15-9-14-16), 91; 17. Petra Niemann, Germany (13-6-18-3-9-15-28-28), 92; 18. Maria Vlachou, Greece (23-12-10-4-27-26-18-5), 98; 19. Melanie Dennison, Australia (18-17-7-28-19-10-19-8), 98; 20. Siren Sundby, Norway (7-10-12-23-16-21-28-10), 99.

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 SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING

 Duet

 Overall final: 1. Russia (Olga Brusnikina; Maria Kisseleva), (34.580, 65.000), 99.580; 2. Japan (Miya Tachibana; Miho Takeda), (34.300, 64.350), 98.650; 3. France (Virginie Dedieu; Myriam Lignot), (33.997, 63.440), 97.437; 4. U.S. (Anna Kozlova; Tuesday Middaugh), (33.810, 63.180), 96.990; 5. Canada (Claire Carver-Dias, Mississauga, Ont.; Fanny Letourneau, Deux-Montagnes, Que.), (33.670, 62.314), 95.984; 6. Italy (Maurizia Cecconi; Alessia Lucchini), (33.203, 62.184), 95.387; 7. China (Li Min; Li Yuanyuan), (33.250, 61.534), 94.784; 8. Spain (Gemma Mengual; Paola Tirados), (32.900, 61.620), 94.520.

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 TENNIS

 Men

 Singles

 Semifinals

 Tommy Haas, Germany, def. Roger Federer, Switzerland, 6-3, 6-2.

 Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Russia, def. Arnaud Di Pasquale, France, 6-4, 6-4.

 Doubles

 Bronze Medal

 Alex Corretja and Albert Costa, Spain, leads David Adams and John-Laffnie Jager, South Africa, 2-6, 6-4, 3-2, susp., rain.

 

 Women

 Singles

 Bronze Medal

 Monica Seles, U.S., def. Jelena Dokic, Australia, 6-1, 6-4.

 Doubles

 Semifinals

 Serena Williams and Venus Williams, U.S., def. Els Callens and Dominique Van Roost, Belgium, 6-4, 6-1.

 Kristie Boogert and Miriam Oremans, Netherlands, def. Olga Barabanshchikova and Natasha Zvereva, Belarus, 6-3, 6-2.

 WEIGHTLIFTING

 Men

 105-kg plus final: 1. Hossein Rezazadeh, Iran, (212.5 kg.260.0 kg.), 472.5; 2. Ronny Weller, Germany, (210.0-257.5), 467.5; 3. Ashot Danielyan, Armenia, (207.5-257.5), 465.0; 4. Andrei Chemerkin, Russia, (202.5-260.0), 462.5; 5. Jaber S Salem, Qatar, (205.0-255.0), 460.0; 6. Kim Tae-hyun, South Korea, (200.0-260.0), 460.0; 7. Viktors Scerbatihs, Latvia, (202.5-250.0), 452.5; 8. Pawel Najdek, Poland, (185.0-240.0), 425.0; 9. Tibor Stark, Hungary, (195.0-230.0), 425.0; 10. Gennadiy Krasilnikov, Ukraine, (190.0-230.0), 420.0.

 11. Shane Hamman, U.S., (195.0-225.0), 420.0; 12. Artem Udachyn, Ukraine, (195.0-220.0), 415.0; 13. Igor Halilov, Uzbekistan, (185.0-225.0), 410.0; 14. Jon Tecedor, Spain, (175.0-220.0), 395.0; 15. Petr Sobotka, Czech Republic, (175.0-217.5), 392.5; 16. Marius Alecu, Romania, (175.0-215.0), 390.0; 17. Valeriane Sarava, Georgia, (170.0-215.0), 385.0; 18. Nigel Avery, New Zealand, (172.5-210.0), 382.5; 19. Anthony Martin, Australia, (162.5-207.5), 370.0; 20. Chris Rae, Australia, (155.0-205.0), 360.0.

 21. Alesana Sione, American Samoa, (160.0-197.5), 357.5; 22. Plaiter Reyes, Dominican Republic, (157.5-195.0), 352.5; NR, Hisaya Yoshimoto, Japan, 0-0; NR, Raimonds Bergmanis, Latvia, 0-0.

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 WRESTLING

 Greco-Roman

 54-kg

 Fifth Place

 Alfred ter-Mkrtchyan, Germany, def. Wang Hui, China, 6-0.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Kang Yong Gyun, North Korea, def. Andriy Kalashnikov, Ukraine, 7-0.

 Gold Medal Match

 Sim Kwon Ho, South Korea, def. Lazaro Rivas, Cuba, 8-0.

 

 63-kg

 Fifth Place

 Bakhodir Kurbanov, Uzbekistan, def. Kevin Bracken, Chicago, 10-0, 04:06, Greater Superiority.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Akaki Chachua, Georgia, def. Beat Motzer, Switzerland, By Fall, 01:57.

 Gold Medal Match

 Varteres Samourgachev, Russia, def. Juan Luis Maren, Cuba, 3-0, OT, 06:43.

 

 76-kg

 Fifth Place

 Kim Jin Soo, South Korea, def. Ara Abrahamian, Sweden, 9-0.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Marko Yli-Hannuksela, Finland, def. David Manukyan, Ukraine, 4-2.

 Gold Medal Match

 Mourat Kardanov, Russia, def. Matt James Lindland, Gladstone, Ore., 3-0.

 

 97-kg

 Fifth Place

 Genadi Chkhaidze, Georgia, def. Sergey Matviyenko, Kazakstan, 1-1, OT, 09:00.

 Bronze Medal Match

 Garrett Lowney, U.S., def. Konstantinos Thanos, Greece, 3-1, OT, 06:53.

 Gold Medal Match

 Mikael Ljungberg, Sweden, def. Davyd Saldadze, Ukraine, 2-1, OT, 09:00.

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 Elimination Round

 58-kg

 Group A

 Kim In-sub, South Korea, def. Dilshod Aripov, Uzbekistan, 4-2.

 Group B

 Ali Ashkani Aghbolagh, Iran, def. Koba Guliashvili, Georgia, 7-0.

 Group C

 James Gruenwald, U.S., def. Igor Petrenko, Belarus, 4-0.

 Group D

 Djamel Ainaoui, France, def. Oleksan Stepanyan, Ukraine, 7-6.

 Group E

 Armen Nazarian, Bulgaria, def. Nepes Gukulov, Turkmenistan, 4-1; Makoto Sasamoto, Japan, def. Brett Cash, Australia, 25-0, Greater Superiority.

 Group F

 Valeri Nikonorov, Russia, def. Mohamed Barguaoui, Tunisia, 03:08 Cautions; Rifat Yildiz, Germany, def. Constantin Borascu, Romania, 6-4.

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 69-kg

 Group A

 Adam Juretzko, Germany, def. Mattias Schoberg, Sweden, 2-0, OT, 09:00.

 Group B

 Filiberto Azcuy, Cuba, def. Ali Abdo, Australia, 10-0, 01:15, Greater Superiority.

 Group C

 Islam Duguchiyev, Azerbaijan, def. Juha Lappalainen, Finland, 1-0, OT, 09:00.

 Group D

 Valeri Nikitin, Estonia, def. Csaba Hirbik, Hungary, 4-3.

 Group E

 Heath Sims, U.S., def. Katsuhiko Nagata, Japan, 4-2.

 Group F

 Alexei Glouchkov, Russia, def. Rustam Adzhy, Ukraine, 5-4, OT, 06:41; Ryszard Wolny, Poland, def. Vladimir Kopytov, Belarus Forfeit Injury.

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 85-kg

 Group A

 Hamza Yerlikaya, Turkey, def. Thomas Zander, Germany, 5-1, OT, 09:00.

 Group B

 Luis Enrique Mendez, Cuba, def. Mohamed Mohamed, Egypt, 4-3.

 Group C

 Vyacheslav Oliynyk, Ukraine, def. Valery Tsilent, Belarus, 6-1.

 Group D

 Mukhran Vakhtangadze, Georgia, def. Raatbek Sanatbaev, Kyrgyzstan, 2-1, OT, 09:00.

 Group E

 Sandor Istvan Bardosi, Hungary, def. Eddy Bortolozzi, Venezuela, 5-0; Martin Lidberg, Sweden, def. Arek Olczak, Australia Forfeit Injury.

 Group F

 Gotcha Tsitsiashvili, Israel, def. Amor Bach Hanba, Tunisia, 11-1, 04:39, Greater Superiority; Fritz Aanes, Norway, def. Yuriy Vitt, Uzbekistan, 6-1.

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 130-kg

 Group A

 Zhao Hailin, China, def. Helger Hallik, Estonia, 3-2.

 Group B

 Dmitry Debelka, Belarus, def. Eddy Bengtsson, Sweden, 2-1, OT, 09:00.

 Group C

 Georgiy Saldadze, Ukraine, def. Laszlo Kovacs, Australia, By Fall, 01:43.

 Group D

 Mihaly Deak-Bardos, Hungary, def. Serguey Moreyko, Bulgaria Forfeit Injury.

 Group E

 Haykaz Galstyan, Armenia, def. Omrane Ayari, Tunisia, 3-2; Rulon Gardner, Afton, Wyo., def. Giuseppe Giunta, Italy, 2-1, OT, 09:00.

 Group F

 Fatih Bakir, Turkey, def. David Vala, Czech Republic, 3-0; Juri Yevseychyc, Israel, def. Marek Sitnik, Poland, 3-1.