Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada (2024)

i Heno Uazette-Journai At A Glance SPCRTSKORSE RACING HOT LINE: 1-900-773-6000 Call daily. 24 hours a day Cost 95t per minute Non-local sports, press 21, horse racing press 22 -i i mm 7 a 100-METER RECORD PROGRESSION The progression of the men 100-meter world record, as recognized by the International Amateur Athletic Federation, track and field worldwide governing body, with time holder, country and date 10 6 seconds Donald Liptwncott United Slates. Jury 6. 1912. 10 4 Charles Paddock United States.

Aprs 23. 1921. 10 3 Percy Wilkams Canada Aug 9.1930 10 2. Jesse Owens, United States. June 20.

1936 10 I WiHie Williams United States. Aug 3 1956 10 0. Armm Hary. West Germany. June 21 1 960 9 99 Jim Hinea.

United States. June 20. 1968 9 95 (electronic) Hines Oct 14.1968 9 93. Calvin Smth. United States.

July 3. 1983 9 92. Cad Lewis United States. Sept 24 1988 9 90. Leroy Burrell.

Untied Slates. June 14. 1991 9 86 Cart Lewis United States. August 25 1 991 9 85. Leroy Burred.

United States. July 6. 1994 NHL COACHING CHANGES Teams that will begm next season with a new coach, with former coach and replacement: Hartford Pierre McGure Paul Holmgren New York Islanders Al Arbour. Lorne Henrwvg Philadelphia Terry Simpson. Terry Murray.

Quebec Pierre Page, Marc Crawford EOUESTRIAN-UppervdeOassiciESPN) 10am TRIATHLON St Croix IntemationaKSC) 10am BASEBALL-White Soa-Taert'fWQN) 10 am. CYCLINQ-TourdeFranceitSPN) noon FOOTBALL -CFL previewlESPN) 1 BASE BALL-Phidies-GiamaVSC) 1pm NEWS-SportsCenter'(ESPN) 330pm. AUTO RACINQ NASCAR Winston WesUSC) 4pm AUTO RACING-Thursday Night 5 pm. BASEBALLAstros-Cubs'(WGN) 5 pm. NEWS-Sports Tonighf(CNN) 8pm NEWS-SponsCenter-(ESPN) 8 30pm.

MOTORCYCLE RACING-AMA Supercross Sene(ESPN) 10pm OLYMPIC FESTIVAL-From SLLouKSC) 10p m. NEWS-SportsCenterVESPN) 11 30pm NEWS-Sports LatenighUCNN) 1 1 30 p.m. TALK-Sports Page. with Rodd StowetTM 270 AM) 3am NEWS-Sports and more, with Bob D'(1 270 AM) 6 am. TALK-Sports Butte, with Joe Chevalr(1270 AM) 8am TALK-Three Martini Lunch, with Bob 270 AM) 11am.

TALK-Sports Explorers, with Lewis I AM) noon BASEBALL-Philtaes-Giartts'lOAMl ipm. TALK-Sports Buzz. Zig 4 pm. BASE BALL-As-Onoles '(1450 AM) 4 30pm. TALK-Sports Byline, with Ron 270 AM) 7pm '(denotes live broadcast) 74 Second low net Jackie Powers 76 Fust Iron nme net ShanAVbyft fsi back nine net Joyce Omgley Third Flight first low net overall Dee Hay 69 Second low net Diane Boone First Iront rune net Michelle Pooser 335 first back mne net Sandy Osbourne 35 5 Fourth Flight First low net overall JudyEknem7t Fust Iront nine net: Skippy Pasutti 345 Fran Crumley.

34 5 First back nine net Carole Horsley 35 filth Flight First low net overall Edie Harris 74 First Iront nine net Ida Giktone 36 5 First back nine net Jean Williams 40 Sixth Flight First low net overall Juamta SteagaK First front mne net Onie Rowan 40 First back nine net: Carolyn Taylor 37 5 Gold Flight First low net overall: Dee Johnson 71 Sierra Sage Women's Club Individual Point Quota First Flight Debbie Young, 22. Anita Lucas 16 Second FUght Jo Ann Dunseath. 16; Shirlena Brown, 11, juke Woods. 7. Barbara Banks.

I 7 Third Flight Del Roecker. 10, Dee Witcher. 9 Fourth FUght Betty Miraoelli, 11, Addie Van-Dover, Virginia Thompson, 8. Fifth Flight Betty Jenkins. Nancy Dtehl, Virginia Palmer.

4 6 Sixth Flight Margaret Hatton, 8. Ruth Thompson, Beth Rose. 8 Seventh Flight FranArguelk), 14; Eleanor Hawkm-son. 6. Lakeridge Women's Club Chicago Points First Flight Rene Topol.

25. Barbie Wakjren, 19; Kathy Jarrett. 18; Eugenia Lloyd, 17, Clara Simpson, 17, Dee Larragueta, I 14. Second Flight Cathy Gray, 19. Edith Hipp.

14; Nancy Risley. 13; Diane Steglich. 13. Barbara Harmon, 11; Susan Smenglio, 11. Lj 1 111 SBveixJome, Foxboro Associated Press World Cup schedules III Stanford Stadium Palo Alto All times PDT Rose Bowl Pasadena Cotton Dates Single elimination i rmm wzzkvx Jury 1:30 p.m.

Romania Romania Italy Foxboro StarJum 9tiOa.m Spain Giant Stadium July 13 1op.m. Bulgaria Stanford Stadium My 10 12:30 p.m. Sweden Rose Bowl My 13 4:30 p.m. IIJJ Argentina IMxHa m. Saudi Arabia MjWlllJ Swsxlen July 4 9:00 a.m.

Ktetherlanda iyTfij Inriand 12fp.m. Brazil United States Giant StarJum Rose Bowl My 17 Third place game My 16 12:30 pm ALL-STAR ROSTERS Routers tor irw BSth AH Star game to to puiyad July 1 2 at Tnra Rivart SlaoV um i Pitunurqh AMERICAN LEAGUE STARTERS Caterer Wan Rooriguai. Taiai if si BaM Frank Thomas. crucaao Second Ban Roberto Alomai. Toronto Third Bau Wad Bogqa New York Snortuop Cal Ripken.

Baltimore Outfield Joa Cartar. Toronto, Ken Oriltay Seattle. Kirby Puokatt. Mm- newti RESERVES Catcher Mickey Tattlaton. Catron Intmoert Clark.

Texas; Scott Cooper, Boston; Travis Fryman, Detroit. Chuck Knoblauch. Minnesota OuttiekJert Alton Belle. Cleveland, Ch Davit. California.

Kenny Lofton. Cleveland; Paul MoMor. Toronto. Paul 0 Neill. New York, Ruben Sierra.

Oakland PITCHERS Wilson Alvarez Chicago; Jason Bare. Chicago, Ricky Bones. Milwaukee. David Cone. Kansas City.

Pat Henigen. Toronto; Randy Johnson. Seattle; Jimmy Key. New York. Mike Mussina.

Baltimore. Lee Smth. Baltimore NATIONAL LEAGUE STARTERS Catcher Mike Piazza Los Angeles First Base Gregg Jettenes. St Louis Second Base Mariano Duncan. Philadelphia Third Base Matt Williams.

San Francisco Shortstop Oziie Smith. St Louis Outtwld Barry Bonds. San Francisco, Lenny Dykstra. Philadelphia, David Justice, Atlanta RESERVES Catchers Damn Fletcher. Montreal Inlielders Jelf Bagwell.

Houston; Craig Biggio. Houston, Ken Cammiti, Houston; Carlos Garcia, Pittsburgh; Barry Larkm, Cincinnati. Fred McGritf, Atlanta Outfielders Moises Alou. Montreal; Dante Bichette. Colorado; Jetl Conine, Florida; Tony Gwynn.

San Diego PITCHERS Doug Drabek, Houston; Ken Hill, Montreal, John Hudek, Houston, Danny Jackson, Philadelphia; Doug Jones, Philadelphia; Greg Maddux, Atlanta; Randy Myers. Chicago; Jose RifO. Cincinnati, Bret Saberhagen, New York LITTLE LEAGUE 1 W4 HOOLIGAN'S TOURNAMENT (at Hilltop Fields) (Hotted by Reno American) CARSON VALLEY 12. CARSON AMERICAN 2 SPARKS CENTENNIAL 6. CARSON NATIONAL 3 RENO CONTINENTAL 15, VALLEY PROVIDENCE 12 Today's garnet: 5 30 m.

North Ta-hoe vs Reno National; Sparks American vs Carson Valley. 8 Sparks Centennial vs. Reno American. NFL TRAINING CAMPS Training camp reporting dates tor National Football League teams for the 1994 season, with team, reporting site and rookie and veteran reporting dates: American Football Conference BUFFALO BILLS Fredonia State Fredonia. NY.

Jury 21 Jury 24. CINCINNATI BENGALS Wilmington College, Wilmington. Ohio, July 18. July 22 CLEVELAND BROWNS Browns Complex. Berea.

Ohio, Jury 18. Jury 22. DENVER BRONCOS Northern Colorado Greeley. both July 1 7. HOUSTON OILERS Trinity San Antonio, both July 17 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Anderson Anderson, Ind, Jury 13.

July 21 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Wis -River Falls. River Falls. Wis both July 21 LOS ANGELES RAIDERS Radis-son Hotel, Oxnard. Calif July 10. Jury 16 MIAMI DOLPHINS Nova Davie, Fla both July 18 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Bryant College.

SmithMd. R.I., July 15. July 21. NEW YORK JETS Holstra Hempstead, both July 23. PITTSBURGH STEELERS St Vincent College, Latroba.

July 1 5, July 22. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS UC San Diego. La JoHa. Calif July 13. July 17.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Seahawka Headquarters. Kirkland. July 13. July 21. National Football Conference ARIZONA CARDINALS Northern Arizona Flagstaff.

Ariz both July 27 ATLANTA FALCONS Falcons Complex, Suwanee. Ga. both July 21 CHICAGO BEARS Wis -Platteville. Platteville. Wis July 17.

July 21 DALLAS COWBOYS St. Edward University, Austin, Texas. July 14, July 16 OETROIT LIONS Pontiac Silver-dome. Pontiac. Mich both July 22 GREEN BAY PACKERS St.

Nor-bert College, West OePere, July 20. July 23 LOS ANGELES RAMS Cal Fullerton. July 10. July 22. MINNESOTA VIKINGS Mankato State.

Mankato. Minn July 13. July 16 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Wis. -La Crosse. La Crosse.

Jury 20, July 21. NEW YORK GIANTS Fairleigh Dickinson Madison. N.J., both July 17. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES West Chester West Chester, Pa July 19. July 24.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Sierra C.C.. Rocklin. Calif. July 20, July 23 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS U. Of Tampa.

Tampa. both July 24. WASHINGTON REDSKINS Dickinson College, Carlisle, July 20, July 24. CFL Canadian Football League Wednesday'i result Ottawa 40, Shreveport 1 0 Today's Game Baltimore at Toronto. 4 m.

Friday's Games Calgary at Saskatchewan, 6:30 p.m. Las Vegas at Sacramento, 7:30 Winnipeg at British Columbia, 7:30 p.m. Saturday's Game Hamilton at Edmonton. 6 p.m. SCOTTISH OPEN GLENEAGLES, Scotland Leading scores Wednesday after the first round of the Scottish Open on the Kar-70 King's Course at Gleneagles: owardTwitty.U.S 64 Peter Baker, England 66 Lennie Clements.

US 66 Jonathan Lomas. England 66 Wayne Riley. Australia 66 Per-Ulrik Johansson. Sweden 66 Ian Woosnam. Wales 66 Mark McNulty.

Zimbabwe 67 Carl Mason, England 67 Barry Lane, England 67 Vicente Fernandez, Argentina 67 Colin Montgomerie. Scotland 67 David Feherty, England 67 Paul Broadhurst, England 67 Darren Clarke, N.lreland 67 Peter Mitchell, England 67 Paul Way, England 67 Santiago Luna. Spain 67 Stephen Ames, Trinidad Tobago 67 IgnacioGarrido, Spain 68 John Daly, 68 Wayne Westner, South Africa 68 Miguel AngeiJimmez, Spain 68 Brian Marchbank, Scotland 68 David A. Russell, England 68 Viay Singh, Fiji 68 Tom Lehman, 68 Howard Clark, England 69 Jay Townsend, US 69 Eduardo Romero. Argentina 69 Adam Hunter, Scotland 69 Peter Senior, Australia 69 GaryNtaklaus.US 69 Marc Farry, France 69 Roger Champan.

England 69 Danny Mijovic, Canada 69 Other Americans Blaine McCalllster 70 Robert Gamez Steven Bowman 71 Jim McGovern 1 Payne Stewart 73 LOCAL RESULTS Hidden Valley Ladles Golf Club Nassau-Net First Flight First Low net overall: Gertie Gessner, 68 Second low net: Kathie Jarrett, 71 First Iron nine net: Marvis Green 33 First back nine net: Diane Mooney 34 Second Flight First low net overall: Barbara Werbke fonoac rv Stadium Foxboro, Mass. Giants Stadium Rutherford, NJ. Wastagton, D.C. Citrus Bowl Orlando Bowl My 5 Wua.m. Nigeria Itafy My2 Spain Switzerland My 5 Mexico Bulgaria Germany My 2 TOO a.m.

Belgium Frank Pompa, Gannett News Service Dave Twardzik, director of player personnel, to a multi-year contract extension. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS Named Bob Lanier assistant coach. NEW YORK KNICKS Exercised the option on the contract of Anthony Bonner, forward. Waived Rolando Black-man, guard. BOXING USA BOXING Named David Lubs director of support services.

FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS Signed Mitch Davis, linebacker, to a three-year contract. Released Reggie Furgeson and Keith Jack, wide receivers. GREEN BAY PACKERS Signed Jamie Dukes, center. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Waived Thomas Orr, cornerback. and Jerold Jeffcoat.

defensive end. NEW YORK GIANTS Named Ernie Accorsi assistant general manager. Promoted Harry Hulmes to special assistant to the general manager SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Agreed to terms with Joe Nash, defensive tackle. Waived Kevin Murphy, linebacker. Signed Carlester Crumpler.

tight end. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Agreed to terms with Pete Pierson. offensive tackle, on three-year contract. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK RANGERS Signed Shawn Reid, defenseman. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS Signed Craig MacTavish, forward, to a two-year contract.

QUEBEC NORDIQUES Named Marc Crawford coach WASHINGTON CAPITALS Signed Patrick Boileau, defenseman, to a three-year contract. SOCCER World Cup AMERICA OF CALI Announced the resignation of Pedro Chang, president. COLLEGE ADELPHI Announed the resignation of Jodi Kenyon, women's assistant soccer coach. BELLARMINE Named Bob Val-vano men's basketball coach BOWLING GREEN Named Ron wierlein athletic director. CALIFORNIA Named Louis DeN-een assistant strength and conditioning coach and Mike Hardwick video coordinator.

CARROLL Named Pryor Orser men's assistant basketball coach. CORNELL Named Paul Beckwith women gymnastics coach. DOMINICAN. Named Kathleen Rooney assistant athletic director and sports information director. LSU Promoted men restricted earnings basketball coach Johnny Jones to associate coach; men's part-time assistant basketball coach Bob Starkey to men's assistant basketball coach.

Named Michael Bonnette associate sports information director. RICE Named Chris Fens men's restricted earnings baseball coach. ROBERT MORRIS Named Bruce Come athletic director. ST. MICHAEL'S Named Amy Molina women's assistant basketball coach.

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Named Dan Callahan baseball coach. TEXAS CHRISTIAN Named Richard Bacon assistant basketball coach. VANDERBILT Named Kerry Keating men's restricted-earnings basketball coach. (Home team In CAPS) National League GIANTS 1.40 Phillies REDS 1.70 Pirates Rockies 1.25 MARLINS CUBS pick Astros EXPOS 1.20 Padres DODGERS 1.80 Mets American League YANKEES 1.50 Angels Blue Jays 1.15 TWINS White Sox 1.35 TIGERS Mariners 130 RED SOX ORIOLES 1.40 As ROYALS 1.30 Brewers Indians 1.40 RANGERS CFL Today TORONTO 2 Baltimore Friday Calgary 8 SASKTCHWN BC. 2 Winnipeg SACTO 5 Las Vegas Saturday EDMONTON 12 Hamilton World Cup Soccer Saturday Italy Spain H.30 Brazil -3 20 Netherlands 2.40 Sunday Germany -360 Bulgaria 2.80 Romania Sweden even Odds to win finals Brazil even Germany 2 Italy 9-2 Netherlands 6 Romania 8 Spain 12 Sweden 15 Bulgaria 20 Odds and spreads are provided by Harrah's Reno Race and Sports Book.

HELLO ENGLAND: Francisco Cabello of Spain raises his arms in triumph as he wins the fifth stage of the Tour de France. English fans flock to witness Tour's return BRIGHTON, England (AP) The English one million of them came out with their picnic baskets and flags and even braved the rain Wednesday to watch Francisco Cabello of Spain win the first Tour de France stage held north of the English Channel in 20 years. The number was twice that expected, an enthusiastic turnout in a country where cycling is a minor sport, lacking the passionate following found on the continent. "I was wrong about the English people," said Emmanuel Magnien of France, who finished second in front of thousands of cheering fans as a light rain fell on the Brighton waterfront. "I was thought that the English didn't like cycling.

I believe the public today proved otherwise." Cabello, suspended for three months earlier this year when he tested positive for anabolic steriods during the Tour of Majorca, was in front of the majn pack for virtually all 1 22 miles from Dover to Brighton. He made his break just 12 miles into the race. His winning time was 5 hours, 12 minutes, 3 seconds. Magnien sprinted home just ahead of Flavio Vanzella of Italy and 20 seconds behind Cabello. Vanzella, whose Italian-Belgian GB-MG team won Tuesday's team time trail, took over the leader's jersey from teammate Johan Museeuw after four stages, But the biggest roar of the day was reserved for tjhe fourth-place finisher, Britain's Chris Boardman.

Boardman, who became the first Briton in 32 years to wear the yellow jersey when he won Saturday's prologue, raised his hands in triumph as he sprinted across the line 33 seconds behind the winner and just ahead of the main pack. 1 "I just had to do something for the crowds. They were great," said Boardman, who broke from the pack about 4 miles from the finish. "I was sure I would win today, but I made my break too late. My only chance was near the end when I realized others would be suffering." CELEBRITY GOLF Players lend hand to help kids learn By Heather Burns GAZETTE-JOURNAL STATELINE Some Truckee Meadows children took golf lessons from their favorite stars Wednesday at the Isuzu Celebrity Golf Challenge.

The Reno Police Athletic League teamed with the Northern Nevada PGA and the Washoe Health Department to form a youth golf club. The children, ages 8 and up, have been practicing at the Reno Sparks driving range for a month. Wednesday they golfed at Edgewood-Tahoe, with sports and television celebrities. Former Milwaukee Brewer Robin Yount and Cleveland Brown tight end Brian Kinchen were among those showing the kids the finer points of the game. "Some of these kids can hit the ball pretty dang good," Kinchen said.

"They show me up." Reno policeman and PAL diretor Carlos Madrid said it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for most of the children. "Most of these kids couldn't afford to be out here," he said. "We're striving to get them out on the course. Biit, right now we're just working on their swing." The kids also seemed to be enjoying "It's entertaining and fun," Richard Mendoza, 14 said. "I like trying to hit it hard at a target." But will they keep golfing? 11 "I want to keep playing, it gets me out of the house, gives me something to do," Aderiana Hernandez, 1 3, said.

"The key is practice." MOM ON TOUR: Ann Meyers' priorities have changed in the past year. Meyers, who was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993, also suffered tragedy when her husband, Baseball Hall of Famer Don Drysdale, died of a massive heart attack in June. "Circ*mstances last year, with my husband passing away have changed my life a little bit," Meyers said. "I have three young children. and I've got them to take care of now "so that's my first priority.

f- "I'm the sole provider now so as much as I like to get out and play more golf I really have not had the opportunity Meyers did not play in last season's tournament at Edgewood-Tahoe but has played twice before. The former UCLA basketball star brought her children, D.J., Darren and Drew, along on the trip this year. "I'm excited to have them here," Meyers said. "When did family things it was always with Don and we'd be on a road trip and so forth. Now I know he's looking down on us "Most of the guys come, they have their wives and othor people so they can just concentrate on their golf As a mnthi it's a little bit different approach." momer.

Meyers Is the first and only woman, therefore the nni mother, on the CGA Tour. But she's used to paving the wau Meyers was the first four-time Kodak All-American maii female. She was the first woman to be inducted to the iiri Sports Hall of Fame. And, she is the only woman ever to free-agent contract with an NBA franchise, the Indiana a in 1979. Pacers Lev WORLD CUP (Live US TV Coverage in Parentheses) (Univision-Spanish; RAI-ltalian) SECOND ROUND Saturday, July 2 Germany 3.

Belgium 2 (at Chicago) Spain 3, Switzerland 0 (at Washington) Sunday, Jury 3 Sweden 3. Saudi Arabia 1 (at Dallas) Romania 3. Argentina 2 (at Pasadena. Calif.) Monday, July 4 Netherlands 2, Ireland 0 (at Orlando, Fla) Brazil 1 United States 0 (at Stanford, Cam Tuesday, July 5 Italy 2, Nigeria 1. OT (at Foxboro, Mass Bulgaria 1 Mexico 1 Bulgaria wins 3-1 on penalty kicks (at East Rutherford.

NJ) QUARTERFINALS Saturday Italy vs. Spain at Foxboro. 9 05a (ABC. UNI. RAI) Netherlands vs Brazil at Dallas.

12:35 pm (ABC. UNI) Sunday Bulgaria vs Germany at East Rutherford. 9 05 a (ESPN. UNI) Sweden vs. Romania at Stanford, CaM 12 35pm (ABC.

UNI) SEMIFINALS Wednesday Italy-Spain winner vs Bulgaria-Germany winner at East Rutherford, N.J., 1 05 pm (ESPN. RAI, UNI) Netherlands-Brazil winner vs. Sweden-Romania winner at Pasadena. 4:35 m. (ESPN.

RAI, UNI) THIRD PLACE Saturday, July It Semifinal losers at Pasadena. 12:35 pm (ESPN. UNI) CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday, July 17 Semifinal winners at Pasadena, Calif 12 35 pm (ABC. UNI. RAI) LAUSANNE MEET LAUSANNE.

Switzerland Results Wednesday of the Lausanne Athletis-sima Grand Prix meet (race distances in meters): Men 1001. Leroy Burrell. United States, 9 85 seconds. Work) record; old record. 9 66.

Carl Lewis, 1991. 2, Davidson Ezinwa. Nigeria. 9 99 3. Dennis Mitchell.

United States. 9 99 4. Jon Drum-mond. United States. 10 03.

5. Andre Cason. United States. 10 04 2001, Frank Fredericks. Namibia.

20 10. 2, John Regis, Britain, 20.17. 3, Daniel Etfiong. Nigeria, 2024 4. Michael Johnson.

United States. 20 26 5. Otapade Adeniken, Nigeria. 20.40. 8001.

Wilson Kipketer, Kenya. 1 44.68. 2, Giuseppe d'Urso, Italy, 1:44.99. 3, Nixon Kiprotich, Kenya. 1:45.41.

4, Mark Everett. United States 1 45 60 5. Marko Koers. Netherlands, 1:46 27. 3,0001, Alois Nizigar-ia, Burundi.

7:40 73 2, Robert Denmark, Britain, 7:42.62. 3, Yobes Ondieki, Kenya, 7 43 75 4, Shaun Creigtiton, Australia, 7 43 99. 5. Frank Mara, Ireland, 7:4574 10.0001, Haile Gebreselayse, Ethiopia. 27:15.00.

2, Fita Bayesa, Ethiopia, 27:51 56. 3, Moses Tanui, Kenya, 28 07 30. 4. Yasuyuki Watanabe, Japan. 28 07 94.

5. Chala Kelele. Ethiopia. 28:1288. 110 hurdles 1.

Mark McKoy. Austria. 13.19. 2. Greg Foster, United States, 13 22.

3, Mark Crear, United States, 13 36 4, Courtney Hawkins. United States, 13.39. 5, Tony Dees, United States, 13 42. 400 hurdles 1 Derrick Adkins. United States, 47 94 2, Samuel Matete, Zambia, 47 99.

3, Wintrop Graham. Jamaica. 48 13 4, Danny Harris, United States. 4818 5, Oleg Tverdochleb, Ukraine, 48 38. Long ump 1, Kareem Streete-Thompson, United States, 27 feet, 11 inches 2, Mike Powell, United States.

3, Stanislav Tarasenko. Russia, 27-tm. 4, Ivaik) Mladenov, Bulgaria. 27-O'i, 5, Roland McGhee, United States, 26-9. High ump 1, Javier Sotomayor, Cuba, 7-914.

2. Grigori Fjodorkov, Russia, 7-5H 3, Steinar Hoen, Norway, 7-4Vi, 4 (tie), Sorin Matei, Romania, and Jean-Charles Gicquel, France, 7-4 Vi. Pole vault 1, Dean Starkey, United States, 19-414. 2, Rodion Gataullin, Russia. 19-214 3, IgorTradenkow, Russia, 19-014.

4, Okkert Brits, South Africa, 18-1014. 5, Scott Huffmann, United States, 18-8V4. Hammer throw 1, Igor Astapko-vltch, Belarus. 262-2. 2, Andrei Abduva-liyev, Tajikistan, 258-0.

3, Vasili SkJor-enko, Russia, 254-9. 4. Igor Nikulin, Russia, 253-2. 5, Heinz Weiss, Germany, 250-1. Women 1001, Irina Prlvalova, Russia, 10 77 2, Gwen Torrance.

United States, 10 85. 3, Merlene Ottey, Jamaica, 10 95 4, Juliet Cuthbert, Jamaica, 11.01. 5, Carlette Guidry, United States, 11.19. 2001, Irina Prlvalova, Russia. 21 82 2, Danette Young.

United States, 22.16. 3. Mary Onyali, Nigeria, 22.33. 4, Galina Maltcnugina. Russia, 22.86.

5, Rochelle Stevens. United States, 23.13. 4001, Maicel Malone, United States, 50 05. 2, Jeari Miles, United States, 50.11. 3.

Cathy Freeman, Australia, 50 23 4, Natasha Brown-Kaiser, United States, 50.38. 5, Pauline Davis, Bahamas, 50.46. 15001, Yekaterina Podkopayeva, Russia, 4:06 13. 2, Lyubov Kremlyova. Russia, 4:06 37.

3. Angela Chalmers, Canada, 4:06 97. 4, Ellen van Langen, Netherlands, 4:06 97. 5, Yelena Roman-ova, Russia. 4:07.92.

100 hurdles 1 Yordanka Donkova. Bulgaria, 12.64. 2, Tatyana Reschetni-kova, Russia 12.66. 3, Brigita Bukovec, Slovenia. 12 87.

4, LaVonna Martin-Floreal, United States, 12.91. 5, Julia Graudyn, Russia, 12 92. 400 hurdles 1, Sally Gunnell. Britain, 54 06. 2, Deon Hammings.

Jamaica, 54.48. 3. Anna Knorots, Russia, 54 75. 4, Olga Nasarova. Russia.

54.62. 5. Vera Ordina, Russia. 55.60. Javelin 1, Natalya Schikolenko, Belarus, 228-3.

2, Trine Hattestad, Norway. 219-3. 3, Karen Forkel, Germany, 21 8-0. 4, Tatyana Schikolenko. Belarus, 213-1.

5, Claudia Isaila, Romania, terrhertands Cotton Bowl My 9 Brazil Canyon. 9-6-1. and Lisa Vint, East Troy. 9-7, 3,248 4, Pamela Intoes, Modesto. Calif 9-6-1.

3.204. 5. Kim Wong. Campbell. 12- 4.

3.187. 6. Sharon Wanczyk, Ogden, Utah, 106, 3.166. 7, Lana Mink, Universal City, Texas. 6-10, 3,129 8.

Karen Sookikian, Pleasant Hill, 7-9. 3.123 9. Stephanie Wiest. Dubuque, Iowa. 8-8.

3.118 10.LisaRothe. St Louis. 7-9. 3.061 11, Mandy Wilson, Dayton, Ohio. 8-8, 3.012.

12. Lucy Giovinco, Norcross. 5-10-1. 3.001. 13, Stacy Manley, Sacramento, 6-10.

2,997. 14, Shelly Machuga. Lincoln, 7-9. 2.972 15, Diane Lagravinese. Gallup, 5-10-1.

2.947. 16. Debbie Rudd. Jacksonville. 5-1 1 2,91 5.

TENNIS ST. LOUIS Results Wednesday of the tennis medal competition at the U.S. Olympic Festival: Boys Singles Gold Medal Mike Jessup. Saratoga. Calif def.

Jack Brasington. Miami, 7-6. (7-2), 6-4. Bronze Medal Mark Loughrin. Greendale, def.

Jakub Pietrowski. Huntington Beach. Calif, default. Girls Singles Gold Medal Ania Bleszynski. Thousand Oaks.

def. Tara Snyder, Wichita, Bronze Medal Laura Berendt. Tampa. Fla def Amanda Augustus, Palos Verdes Estates. 6-3, 6-1.

PENTATHLON ST. LOUIS Results Wednesday of the pentathalon medal competition at the U.S Olympic Festival: Final Individual Standings 1. Vanesa Richey. San Antonio, Texas, North, 5223.50; 2. Mary Beth Lar-sen, Eagle, South, 4914 50; 3 Maria Bottone.

Hornell, East, 4879 50; 4 Lauren Riesler, San Antonio. Taxas; East, 4826.50; 5. Terry Lewis. Huntsville. Ala West.

4803 00; 6 Su-zie Ginn, Lyndeborough, N.H., West, 4688.00; 7. Shelly Brien, Crescent, North. 4606 00; 8 Jessica Lisagor, Squaw Valley. North. 4380.50; 9.

Tamara Hobbs. Roswell, N.M, East, 4258.00; 1 0. Tracy Hurley, Medina. Texas, South, 4177 50; 11. Kristiina Hurme, San Antonio, Texas.

West. 2958.00 (did not ride); 12. Mario Marano. San Antonio. Texas.

South, 1752 00 (injured on run, did not ride). Final Team Standings 1. North (Vanessa Richey, Shelly O'Brien, Jessica Lisagor), 14.210; 2. East (Maria Bottone. Lauren Riester, East, Tamara Hobbs), 13.964; 3.

West (Terry Lewis. Suzie Ginn, Kristiina Hurme), 4. South (Mary Beth Larsen, Tracy Hurley, Mark) Marano), 10.644. HALL OF FAME NEWPORT. R.I.

Results Wednesday from the Miller Lite Hall of Fame Championships: Singles First Round David Prinosil, Germany, def. Nicolas Pereira, Venezuela, 6-4. 6-3. David Wheaton, Lake Minnetonka, def. Bryan Shelton, Atlanta, 6-4, 6-4.

David Witt, Jacksonville Beach, def Greg Rusedski (1 Canada, (5-7), 6-3. Mark Petchey, Britain, def. Javier Frana, Argentina, 6-4, 6-4. TOUR DE FRANCE BRIGHTON. England Results Wednesday of the fourth stage of the Tour de France 1 22 miles from Dover to Brighton, with cyclist, country, team and winning time: 1 Francisco Cabello, Spain, Kalme, 5 hours, 12 minutes.

53 seconds. 2. Emmanuel Magnien. France, Cas-torama, 20 seconds behind. 3.

Flavio Vanzella, Italy, GB-MG, same time. 4. Christopher Boardman, Britain, GAN.33. 5. Enrico Zaina, Italy, Gewiss-Ballan, same time.

6. Silvio Martinello, Italy, Mercatone Uno.38. 7. DiamolkJine Abdoujaparov, Uzbekistan. Poih, same time.

8. Rolf Aldag, Germany, Telekom, same time. 9. Stelano Colage, Italy, ZG-Mobili, same time. 10.

Frankie Andreu, Dearborn. Motorola, same time. 11. Johan Museeuw, Belgium, GB-MG, same time 12. Jesper Skibby, Denmark, TVM, same time.

13 Phil Anderson, Australia, Motorola, same time. 14. Abraham Olano, Spain, Mapei-Clas, same time. 15. Erik Dekker.

Netherlands, Word-perfect, same time. Also 32. Sean Yatea. Britain, Motorola, 38 seconds back. 39.

Lance Armstrong, Austin, Texas, Motorola, same time. July 10 900a.m. Germany 60 Alvaro Mejia, Colombia. Motorola, same time. 92.

Steve Bauer, Canada, Motorola, same time. 100. Raul Alcala. Mexico, Motorola, same time 108. Stephen Swart, New Zealand, Motorola, same time.

140. Michel Dernies. Belgium. Motorola. 140 174 Greg LeMond, Medina, AN, 5:06.

Overall Standings (After four stages) I. Vanzella. 17 hours. 34 minutes, 6 seconds. 2 Museeuw.

4 seconds behind 3. Miguel Indurain, Spain, Banesto, 14. 4 Rolf Sorensen, Denmark, GB-MG. 23. 5 Lance Armstrong, Austin, Texas, Motorola, 26.

6. Steve Bauer, Canada. Motorola, 31. 7. Armand De Las Cuevas, France, Castorama.

32 8. Thierry Marie. France. Castorama, 37. 9 Sean Yates, Britain, Motorola, 38.

10 Tony Rominger, Switzerland. Ma-pei. 42. II. Andreu.

43. 12 Thomas Davy, France, Castorama, 43. 13. Jean-Francois Bernard, France, Banesto, 44. 14 Melchkx Mauri, Spain, Banesto, 45.

1 5 Franco Vona. Italy, GB-MG, 51 AISO 18 Anderson. 54 33 Meia.1 31 40 Dernies. 1 :54. 98 Alcala.

4:15 133 LeMond, 6:07. 156 Swart. 9:22. STAGE-WINNERS PARIS The stages with winners of the 1994 Tour de France, a counterclockwise loop of approximately 2,479 miles with stage winner and overall leader in parentheses: July 2 Proogue: Lille-Euralille Chris Boardman Boardman). July 3 1st stage: Lille-Armentieres (Djamolidine Abdoujaparov; Board-man).

July 4 2nd stage: Roubaix Bou-logne-sur-Mer (Jean-Claude Van Pop-pel, Boardman). July 5 3rd stage: Team time trial, Calais-Eurotunnel (Britain-MG; Johan Museeuw) Transfer by Eurotunnel July 6 4th stage: Dover-Brighton, England, 122 (Francisco Cabello; Flavio Vanzella) July 7 5th stage: Portsmouth-Portsmouth, England, 116. Transfer July 8 6th stage: Cherbourg-Rennes. 168 July 9 7th stage: Rennes-Futuros-cope, 162. July 10 8th stage: Poitleia-Trelis-sac.

135. July 11 9th stage: Individual time trial. Perigueux-Bergerac, 40. July 12 10th stage: Bergerac-Ca-hors. 100.

July 13 11th stage: Cahors Lourdes-Hautacam. 164. July 14 Rest day at Lourdes July 1 5 1 2th stage: Lourdes July 16 13th stage: Bagneres-de-Bigorre Albi, 145. July 17 14th stage: Castres-Mont-pellier, 126. July 18 15th stage: Montpellier-Carpentras.

144. July 19 16th stage: Valreas-L'AIpe d'Huez. 140. July 20 17th stage: Bourg d'Oi-sans-Val Thorens, 93. July 21 18th stage: Moutiers-Cluses, 108.

Jury 22 19th stage: Individual time trial, Cluses-Avoriaz, 30. July 23 20th stage: Morzine-Lac Saint-Point, 129. Transfer by TGV July 24 21st stage: Euro Disneyland-Paris, 109. BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX Activated Tim Naehring, second baseman, from the 1 5-day disabled list. Sent Nate Minchey, pitcher, to Pawtucket of the International League.

NEW YORK YANKEES Called up Russ Davis, Infielder, from Columbus of the International League. National League CINCINNATI REDS Placed Jerome Walton, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 1 Called up Steve Pegues. outfielder, to Indianapolis of the American Association. COLORADO ROCKIES Recalled Trenidad Hubbard, outfielder, from Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. Optioned Bruce Walton, pitcher, to Colorado Springs.

HOUSTON ASTROS Placed Andy Stankiewlcz. infielder, on the 15-day disabled Nst. Recalled Orlando Miller, infielder, from Tucson of the Pacific Coast League SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Purchased the contract of Darryl Strawberry, outfielder, from Phoenix of the Pacific Coast League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHARLOTTE HORNETS Signed OLYMPIC FESTIVAL FIELD HOCKEY South 2, West 2 North 1. East 0 ICE HOCKEY NorthS.

East 4 SOCCER Women East 1, West 0 South 2. North 0 TEAM HANDBALL Men Bronze Medal West 19, North 14 Women Bronze Medal North 28. South 21 VOLLEYBALL Men North 3, West 2 (11-15, 15-9, 10-15, East 3. South 0 (15-6. 15-9.

15-8) Women West 3, North 2 (15-9. 15-7, 11-15. East 3, South 1 (15-12, 15-3, 10-15, 15-5) WATER POLO Men East 11. North 10 South 9, WestB Women West 11, North 11, tie East 7. South 1 East 6.

North 6. tie West 8. South 7 WRESTLING ST. LOUIS Results Wednesday of the wrestling medal competition at the U.S. Olympic Festival: Freestyle Wrestling Medalists Gold 105V4 Dan Ramirez, Oceanside, Calif.

(East) 114W Tim Demlan, West Liberty, Ohio (East) 125V Eric Akin, Overland Park, Kan. (West) 136V Dunyasha Yens, Stueben-ville, Ohio (West) 1 49 Vi Steve Marianetti, North-brook. III. (East) 163 Harden Moore, Coweta, Okla. (South) 180V4 Jon McGovern, Coralville, Iowa (North) 198 Emilio Collins.

Upper Nyack, NY. (West) 220 Seth Brady, Mount Prospect, III. (East) 286 Justin Greenlee. Waverty, Iowa (East) Silver 10516 Michael Bailey, Vincennes, Ind. (North) 1 14V4 Sean Kim, San Gabriel, Calif.

(West) 125V4 Burke Tyree, Ames, Iowa (North) 136Vz Adam DiSabato, Urbana, III. (North) 149Vi Chad Bailey, Levlttown, Pa. (West) 163 Matt Lindland, Oregon City, Ore. (West) 180Vi Mat Sprague, Portland, Ore. (West) 198 Dan Troupe, Kalispell.

Mont. (North) 220 Trucker Waller, Harvey, III. (North) 286 Rulon Gardner, Alton, Wyo. (South) Bronze 105Vz Mike Kimmerley, Virginia Beach. Va.

(South) 114V4 Mike Moore, Mill Hall, Pa. (North) 125V4 Tom Koch, Hellertown, Pa. (South) 1 36Vz Frank Laccone, Lindenwood, III. (South) 149Vi David Barnes, Bloomington, Ind. (South) 163 Eric Smith, Huber Heights, Ohio (East) 18014 Boyd Ballard, Colorado Springs.

(South) 198 Tom Storey, Coudersport, Pa. (East) 220 George Porter, Gary, Ind. (South) 286 Javier Posa, Santa Fe, N.M. (North) BOWLING ST. LOUIS Results Wednesday of the bowling medal competition at the U.S.Olympic Festival: Match-Play Men 1, Eric Cox, Gainesville, 12-4, 3,717 pins.

2, Terry Clayton, West Lafayette. 9-7, 3,554. 3, Gordon KH-patnck, Fort Collins, 10-6, 3,496. 4, David Garter, Bedford, Texas, 6-8, 3,454. 5, Anthony Chapman.

Landover, 7-9. 3.446. 6. Kent Uyemura. Honolulu, 8-7-1, 3,392.

7, Mike Terrell, Newport News, 7-8-1. 3.386. 8. Darren Wong, Cambell, 10-6, 3,353. 9, Ron Mohr, Eagle River, Alaska, 9-7, 3,351.

10. Jim Wagner. New Lenox, 8-8, 3,344. 11, Pete Partridge, Phoenix, 9-7, 3,337. 12.

Russell Rose, Fredericksburg, Va 8-8, 3,300. 13. Sam'Lantto. Maple Grove, 6-10, 3,229. 14, Mike Nyitray, Homestead, 4-1 1-1, 3,201.

15, Jeff Zink. Akron, Ohio, 6-10, 3,133. 16. Scott Santos. Woonsocket, R.I..

5-10-1, 3,100. Women 1, Liz Johnson, Niagara Falls, N.Y., 13-3, 3.507 pins. 2, Eleanore Korzec, 'Vi.

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