Who's Going to Win, Place and Show...Maybe

After consulting with leading sports authorities around the world, studying past-performance charts of the athletes and analyzing the relative position of the moon, the writer offers her predictions, which do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the management
July 18, 1976

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SPORT

TOP THREE

ANALYSIS

TRACK & FIELD MEN
100 METERS

BORZOV, USSR
LEONARD, CUBA
QUARRIE, JAM.

Gold for US in both sprints seemed certain until Williams met disaster in Trials with hamstring pull. Glance could fill Williams' shoes in 100, but Borzov, double winner in '72, is ready and more experienced. Leonard has recovered from fall at Pan-Ams. Quarrie, who went empty-handed at Munich, is tops in 200

200 METERS

QUARRIE, JAM.
HAMPTON, USA
EVANS, USA

400-METER RELAY

USA
USSR
CUBA.

400 METERS

JUANTORENA, CU.
PARKS, USA
NEWHOUSE, USA

Juantorena has fastest time this year (44.70) and is undefeated; Parks won in AAUs and Trials. Belgium's Brydenbach is threat for third, but Newhouse should show if he can control his pace. US relay is surest bet in T & F.

1,600-METER RELAY

USA
KENYA
WESTGERMANY

800 METERS

WOHLHUTER, USA
SUSANJ, YUG.
VAN DAMME, BEL.

Unless Tanzania reconsiders its withdrawal, long-awaited Bayi-Walker 1,500 is off and Walker shoo-in for gold. Otherwise, Bayi's tactical superiority makes him favorite. West Germany's Wessinghage could get a medal.

1500 METERS

BAYI, TANZANIA
WALKER, N.Z.
BOIT, KENYA

5,000 METERS

DIXON, N.Z. VIREN, FINLAND HILDEBRAND, WEST GER.

Shorter and Garderud are safest bets for gold. Viren, who won 5 and 10 in '72, could repeat, but New Zealanders are in top shape also. Foster of Britain and Yifter of Ethiopia could collect in either race, while Sellik of USSR is dark horse in 5 and Dutchman Hermens and Tunisian Gammoudi in 10. If Rodgers can stay with Shorter, marathon may see two US medalists, but Drayton is spurred by home crowd. Gurme of Ethiopia may surprise.

10,000 METERS

VIREN, FINLAND
LOPES, PORTU.
QUAX, N.Z

MARATHON

SHORTER, USA
DRAYTON, CAN.
CHETTLE, AUSTRALIA

STEEPLECHASE

GARDERUD, SWE.
CEFAN, RUMANIA
MALINOWSKY, POLAND

20 KM WALK

BAUTISTA, MEX.
FRENKEL, E. GER.
GOLUBNICHY, USSR

Bautista holds record, Frenkel won it in '72, but Golubnichy, at 40, is still formidable threat.

110-METER HURDLES

DRUT, FRANCE
FOSTER, USA
MUNKELT, E. GER.

Drut won silver in '72, holds record of 13.0, Foster is slightly sub-par with hamstring strain. Davenport of US and Cuba's Casanas are contenders for third. Akii-Bua's injury may hurt his chances for repeating Munich win.

400-METER HURDLES

AKII-BUA, UGAN.
MOSES, USA
WHEELER, USA

HIGH JUMP

STONES, USA
SENYUKOV, USSR
WSZOLA, POLAND

Stones and Roberts bettered world records recently, but both could lose to teammates Jankunis and Bell. Robinson won long jump bronze in '72, and is close to 28 feet. US gold medalist Williams and France's Rousseau could also medal in this event. In triple jump, Brazil's world record holder de Oliveira is suffering from sciatic nerve problem, and Saneyev seems on way to third straight gold.

LONG JUMP

ROBINSON, USA
STEKIC, YUG.
PODLUZHNY, USSR

TRIPLE JUMP

SANEYEV, USSR
JOACHIMOWSKY, POLAND
BUTTS, USA

POLE VAULT

BELL, USA
ROBERTS, USA
KOZAKIEWICZ, POLAND

SHOTPUT

CAPES, G. BRIT.
WOODS, USA
GIES, E. GER.

Olympic shot marks often fall short of expectations as drug testing cuts use of steroids. The favorites have most natural strength. In discus Wilkins broke record four times and is confident though he lost once to Schmidt. Russians and Germans dominate hammer. Hovinen is throwing javelin 305 feet. Teammates Siitonen and Jaakola could complete sweep, but Hungary's Paragi and Nemeth may spoil Finns' flings.

DISCUS

SCHMIDT, E. GER.
WILKINS, USA
KAHMA, FINLAND

HAMMER

SEDYKH, USSR
SCHMIDT, W. GER.
PKHAKADZE, USSR

JAVELIN

HOVINEN, FIN.
BIELCZYK, POL
SIITONEN, FIN.

DECATHLON

JENNER, USA
AVILOV, USSR
KRATSCHMER, WESTGER.

Jenner has season's top score and finishes strong. Austria's Zeilbauer could surprise.

WOMEN
100 METERS

STECHER, E. GER. HELTEN,W. GER. BOYLE, AUSTRALIA

Stecher won both sprints in '72 and is still toughest to beat, though Helten just broke her 100 record. If Poland's Szewinska switches to 200, she could topple Stecher. Morehead of US could win medal in either event, but is untested against competition of this caliber. Cuba's Chivas is dark horse in 100.

200 METERS

STECHER, E.G.
LANNAMAN, G.B.
RICHTER, W.G.

400-METER RELAY

EAST GERMANY
WEST GERMANY
USSR

400 METERS

SZEWINSKA, POL.
BREHMER, E.G.
KOCH, E.G.

Szewinska and Brehmer, both under 50 seconds, should race exciting lap. Next two spots are reserved for East Germans, who also dominate relay. US, which won silver in '72 relay, could shine again.

1,600-METER RELAY

EAST GERMANY
GREAT BRITAIN
WEST GERMANY

800 METERS

GERASIMOVA, USSR
WEISS, E.G.
SZTEREVA, BUL.

Four Russians are fastest here: Gerasimova (1:56.0) and less experienced Styrkina (1:56.7) in 800, and Kazankina (3:56.0) and Katyukova (3:59.8) in 1,500. Jackson of US, who broke 2 minutes at Trials, could medal in 800.

1,500 METERS

KAZANKINA, USSR
KATYUKOVA, USSR
MARACESCU, RU.

100-METER HURDLES

RABSZTYN, POL
EHRHARDT, E.G.
LEBEDEVA, USSR

Ehrhardt won in '72 and holds record, but Rabsztyn beat her two out of three last year.

HIGH JUMP

ACKERMANN, E. G.
BRADACOVA, CZ.
BRILL, CANADA

Record holder Ackermann has two inches over competition and no nerves. Girven of US could be lucky. In long jump Siegl and Voigt are 1-2, but McMillan, third in world to have topped 22 feet this year, could pop a big one.

LONG JUMP

SIEGL, E. GER.
MCMILLAN, USA
VOIGT, E.GER.

SHOTPUT

KHRISTOVA, BUL.
ADAM, E. GER.
FIBINGEROVA, CZ.

Khristova, 6th in '68 and 3rd in '72, and now 34, twice broke Adam's world record by eight inches this month. Melnik, 31, record holder and '72 winner, is nearly five feet ahead of field. Last week, Fuchs improved her record to 226'9¼", more than eight feet over Schmidt's best, dimming US hope for gold.

DISCUS

MELNIK, USSR
VERGOVA, BUL.
ROMERO, CUBA

JAVELIN

FUCHS, E.GER.
SCHMIDT, USA
BABICH, USSR

PENTATHLON

SIEGL, E. GER.
POPOVSKAYA, USSR
FREDERICK, USA

Siegl may win both long jump and pentathlon. Tkachenko of USSR could edge out Frederick.

SWIMMING MEN
100-METER FREESTYLE

MONTGOMERY, USA
BOTTOM, USA
BURE, USSR

Montgomery holds record in 100, Furniss in 200, and both will be tough. Bottom is fast improving and should beat Bure, an ancient of 26. Only Nocke could prevent US sweep in 200 where Naber is dark horse. Goodell broke Shaw's 400 record, but Coach Jochums says a healthy Shaw at Montreal will be awesome. Goodell also broke Holland's 1,500 record with 15:06.66. Big question is: Will anybody break 15 minutes?

200-METER FREESTYLE

B. FURNISS, USA
MONTGOMERY, USA
NOCKE, W. GER.

400-METER FREESTYLE

SHAW, USA
GOODELL, USA
CONVERSE, USA

1,500-METER FREESTYLE

GOODELL, USA
HOLLAND, AUSTRALIA
HACKETT, USA

100-METER BREASTSTROKE

HENCKEN, USA
WILKIE, G.BRIT.
KUSCH, W. GER.

Stanford's Hencken won gold and bronze (100) in '72, U. of Miami's (and Britain's) Wilkie a silver (200). Both have been dueling in college since. Japan's Taguchi could medal again in each race.

200-METER BREASTSTROKE

WILKIE, G.BRIT.
HENCKEN, USA
SMITH, CANADA

100-METER BUTTERFLY

BOTTOM, USA
HALL, USA
PYTTEL, E. GER.

Pyttel recently broke Spitz' 200 record, but Forrester was only .07 slower in Trials. Hall, who won 400 IM silver in '68 and 200 fly silver in '72, unretired at 24 to try again. Bottom beat him at Trials.

200-METER BUTTERFLY

FORRESTER, USA
PYTTEL, E. GER.
BRUNER, USA

100-METER BACKSTROKE

NABER, USA
MATTHES, E. GER.
ROCCA, USA

Matthes won both in '68 and '72, but at 25 he may have to bow to 6'6" Naber, who broke his record in 200 and has ruled at that distance for some time. Canada's Pickell and Australia's Kerry are threats at both distances.

200-METER BACKSTROKE

NABER, USA
VERRASZTO, HUN.
ROCCA, USA

400-METER INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY

VERRASZTO, HUN.
STRACHAN, USA
S. FURNISS, USA

Record holder Verraszto and Strachan seem at peak; Hungary's Hargitay could beat both.

800-METER FREESTYLE RELAY

USA
WEST GERMANY
USSR

Unless someone jumps gun, US team of B. Furniss, Montgomery, Naber, Bruner cannot lose 800 relay. Five countries are up for medals in 400, but US with Naber, Hencken, Montgomery, Forrester has no weak stroke.

400-METER MEDLEY RELAY

USA
WEST GERMANY
USSR

WOMEN 100-METER FREESTYLE

ENDER, E. GER.
BABASHOFF, USA
STERKEL USA

It's Babashoff vs. Ender in 100, 200; Babashoff vs. Turrall, who is 10 pounds overweight, in 400, 800. Ender is strongest in 100, the glamour event; Babashoff beat her in 200 at world meet last year, topping Ender's blazing speed with staying power and savvy. East German Krause, who broke Babashoff's 400 record, stayed home sick, and Babashoff is out to get her record again in her best event. She set 800 record at Trials.

200-METER FREESTYLE

BABASHOFF, USA
ENDER, E. GER.
BRIGITHA, HOL.

400-METER FREESTYLE

BABASHOFF, USA
HEDDY, USA
TURRALL, AUS.

800-METER FREESTYLE

TURRALL, AUS.
BABASHOFF, USA
THUEMER, E. GER.

100-METER BREASTSTROKE

NITSCHKE, E. G.
YURCHENYA, USSR
ANKE, E. GER.

At 14, Nitschke is swimming's youngest world-record holder, and is good bet for gold in both races. Yurchenya is threat to East Germans, along with Canada's 15-year-old Baker, who is close to record in 200.

200-METER BREASTSTROKE

LINKE, E.GER.
YURCHENYA, USSR
ANKE, E. GER.

100-METER BUTTERFLY

ENDER, E. GER.
POLLACK, E. GER.
WRIGHT, USA

It's Ender again in another glamour event, followed by her powerful teammates. Wright and Thornton each have a chance for third. Thornton led US sweep in 200 in '72 under maiden name Moe.

200-METER BUTTERFLY

GABRIEL, E. GER.
TAUBER, E. GER.
THORNTON, USA

100-METER BACKSTROKE

RICHTER, E. GER.
ENDER, E.GER.
TREIBER, E.GER.

Ender is still pondering whether to go in 100 back and aim for six medals, relays included. If not, teammate Stille will fill in. Canadian Garapick could place in 200 but Belote of US, double winner in '72, has little hope.

200-METER BACKSTROKE

TREIBER, E.GER.
RICHTER, E.GER.
GIBSON, CANADA

400-METER INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY

TREIBER, E.GER.
TAUBER, E.GER.
KAHLE, E.GER.

At East German Trials, all three went under old world record, which makes sweep a certainty.

400-METER FREESTYLE RELAY

EAST GERMANY
USA
CANADA

In both relays no team has prayer against East Germans, who will be fielding such record holders as Ender, Richter, Nitschke and Treiber. In medley it's a toss-up for silver between Canada and US.

400-METER MEDLEY RELAY

EAST GERMANY
USA
CANADA

DIVING MEN SPRINGBOARD

LOUGANIS, USA DIBIASI, ITALY HOFFMANN, E.G.

Dibiasi, now 28, is greatest platform diver ever, having won silver in '64, gold in '68 and '72; and the current world champ should do it again. New US sensationis 16-year-old Louganis who beat Boggs at Trials.

PLATFORM

DIBIASI, ITALY
LOUGANIS, USA
NEMTSANOV, USSR

WOMEN SPRINGBOARD

KAUNINA, USSR CHANDLER, USA KOEHLER, E.G.

Kalinina has been superb in both events in recent meets, but 17-year-old Chandler has improved greatly. Ely won off tower in '75 world meet, and should beat '72 gold medalist Knape who has no difficult moves.

PLATFORM

ELY, USA
KAUNINA, USSR
KNAPE, SWEDEN

SPORT

TOP THREE

ARCHERY MEN

PACE, USA
McKINNEY, USA
SPIGARELLI, IT.

WOMEN

RYON, USA
RUSTAMOVA, USSR
KOVPAN, USSR

BASKETBALL MEN

USA
USSR
YUGOSLAVIA

WOMEN

USSR
USA
BULGARIA

BOXING
LIGHT FLYWEIGHT

GEDO, HUNGARY
HERNANDEZ, CUBA
TKACHENKO, USSR*
MUCHOKI, KENYA*

FLYWEIGHT

DUVALAN, CUBA
KONSTANTIN, RUM.
PEREZ, VENEZ.
BLANZYNKY, POL.

BANTAMWEIGHT

MARTINEZ, CUBA
RYBAKOV, USSR
MADEJ, POLAND
MOONEY, USA

FEATHERWEIGHT

BADARI, HUNGARY
HERRERA, CUBA
FOERSTER, E. G.
ARMSTRONG, USA

LIGHTWEIGHT

DAVIS, USA
SOLOMIN, USSR
VAUENTE, CUBA
CUTOV, RUMANIA

LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT

LEONARD, USA
KALULE, UGANDA
KOLEV, BULGARIA
MUELLER, W. GER.

WELTERWEIGHT

JACKSON, USA
CORREA, CUBA
YANKOV, BULGARIA
KICKA, POLAND

LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT

GARBEY, CUBA
SAVCHENKO, USSR
JAKAB, HUNGARY
LEMUS, VENEZ.

MIDDLEWEIGHT

RISKIEV, USSR
NASTAC, RUM.
WITTENBURG, E. G.
FELIPE, CUBA

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

KLIMANOV, USSR
L. SPINKS, USA
SANCHEZ, VENEZ.
ROSA, PUERTO RICO

HEAVYWEIGHT

STEVENSON, CUBA
TATE, USA
HUSSING, W. GER.
BIEGALSKI, POL.

CANOEING MEN
500-METER KAYAK SINGLES

SZTANITY, HUNG.
DIBA, RUMANIA
SLEDZIEWSKI, POL.

1,000-METER KAYAK SINGLES

CSAPO, HUNGARY
PERRI, ITALY
SLEDZIEWSKI, POL.

500-METER KAYAK DOUBLES

USSR
HUNGARY
EAST GERMANY

1,000-METER KAYAK DOUBLES

EAST GERMANY
RUMANIA
USSR

1,000-METER KAYAK FOURS

SPAIN
USSR
POLAND

500-METER CANADIAN SINGLES

SOROKA, USSR
SZEGEDI, HUNGARY
WOOD, CANADA

1,000-METER CANADIAN SINGLES

ROGOV, USSR
PATZAIKIN, RUM.
WICHMANN, HUNGARY

500-METER CANADIAN DOUBLES

USSR
EAST GERMANY
POLAND

1,000-METER CANADIAN DOUBLES

USSR
RUMANIA
HUNGARY

WOMEN
500-METER KAYAK SINGLES

OHDE, E. GER.
KREFT, USSR
MIHOREANU, RUM.

500-METER KAYAK DOUBLES

EAST GERMANY
USSR
USA

CYCLING
INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

SZURKOWSKI, POL.
HARTNICK, E. GER.
SZOZDA, POLAND

TEAM ROAD RACE

USSR
SWEDEN
USA

MATCH SPRINTS

MORELON, FRANCE
KRAVTSOV, USSR
ROSSI, ITALY

1,000-METER INDIVIDUAL TIMETRIAL

RAPP, USSR
LOVELL, CANADA
VEHE, USA

4,000-METER INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT

HUSCHKE, E. GER.
PONSTEEN, HOLLAND
BRAUN, W. GER.

4,000-METER TEAM PURSUIT

WEST GERMANY
EAST
GERMANY USSR

EQUESTRIAN EVENTS
THREE-DAY EVENT INDIVIDUAL

PRIOR-PALMER, G. BRITAIN
DAVIDSON, USA
PLUMB, USA

THREE-DAY EVENT TEAM

GREAT BRITAIN
USA
USSR

GRANDPRIX DRESSAGE INDIVIDUAL

STUCKELBERGER, SWITZERLAND
BOLDT, W. GER.
KLIMKE, W. GER.

GRANDPRIX DRESSAGE TEAM

WEST GERMANY
SWITZERLAND
USA

GRANDPRIX JUMPING INDIVIDUAL

WINKLER, W. GER.
P. D'INZEO, ITALY
ROZIER, FRANCE

GRANDPRIX JUMPING TEAM

WEST GERMANY
ITALY
USA

FENCING MEN
FOIL INDIVIDUAL

NOEL, FRANCE
TALVARD, FRANCE
STANKOVICH, USSR

FOIL TEAM

FRANCE
USSR
POLAND

EPEE INDIVIDUAL

PUSCH, W. GER.
EDLING, SWEDEN
LUKOMSKY, USSR

EPEE TEAM

WEST GERMANY
SWEDEN
USSR

SABRE INDIVIDUAL

MAFFEI, ITALY
SIDYAK, USSR
MAROT, HUNGARY

SABRE TEAM

USSR
ITALY
HUNGARY

WOMEN
FOIL INDIVIDUAL

BELOVA, USSR
TORDASI, HUNGARY
STAHL, RUMANIA

FOIL TEAM

USSR
HUNGARY
RUMANIA

FIELD HOCKEY

WEST GERMANY
PAKISTAN
INDIA

GYMNASTICS MEN
INDIVIDUAL ALL-AROUND

KASAMATSU, JAP.
ANDRIANOV, USSR
KAJIYAMA, JAP.

INDIVIDUAL FLOOR EXERCISE

KASAMATSU, JAP.
KAJIYAMA, JAP.
ANDRIANOV, USSR

INDIVIDUAL POMMELED HORSE

THOMAS, USA
MAGYAR, HUNGARY
DITYATIN, USSR

INDIVIDUAL RINGS

GRECU, RUMANIA
KENMOTSU, JAP.
KAJIYAMA, JAP.

INDIVIDUAL VAULT

SHAMUGYA, USSR
KASAMATSU, JAP.
TSUKAHARA, JAP.

INDIVIDUAL PARALLEL BARS

KATO, JAPAN
KASAMATSU, JAP.
MARKELOV, USSR

INDIVIDUAL HORIZONTAL BAR

KASAMATSU, JAP.
GIENGER, W. GER.
TIKHONOV, USSR

TEAM

JAPAN
USSR
USA

WOMEN
INDIVIDUAL ALL-AROUND

COMANECI, RUM.
UNGUREANU, RUM
ESCHER, E. GER.

INDIVIDUAL FLOOR EXERCISE

COMANECI, RUM.
ESCHER, E. GER.
HOWARD, USA

INDIVIDUAL VAULT

COMANECI, RUM.
KORBUT, USSR
DOMBECK, E. GER.

INDIVIDUAL UNEVEN PARALLEL BARS

COMANECI, RUM.
UNGUREANU, RUM.
KIM, USSR

INDIVIDUAL BALANCE BEAM

COMANECI, RUM.
KIM, USSR
KORBUT, USSR

TEAM

USSR
EAST GERMANY
USA

HANDBALL MEN

RUM.
USSR
POLAND

WOMEN

EAST GERMANY
USSR
HUNGARY

JUDO
LIGHTWEIGHT

MINAMI, JAPAN
DELVINGT, FR.
DAMIANI, ITALY
TUNCSIK, HUNG.

WELTERWEIGHT

NEVZOROV, USSR
BURRIS, USA
VIAL, FRANCE
KURAMOTO, JAP.

MIDDLEWEIGHT

COCHE, FRANCE
SONODA, JAPAN
KISS, HUNGARY
JACKS, G. BRIT.

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

HARSHILADZE, USSR
NINOMIYA, JAPAN
STARBROOK, G. B.
ROUGE, FRANCE

HEAVYWEIGHT

ENDO, JAPAN
PAK, N. KOREA
NOVIKOV, USSR
VARGA, HUNGARY

OPEN CATEGORY

CHOCHISHVILY, USSR
UEMURA, JAPAN
PAK, N. KOREA
WOOLEY, USA

MOEDERN PENTATHLON
INDIVIDUAL

LEDNEV, USSR
ONISHCHENKO, USSR
KANCSAL, HUNGARY

TEAM

USSR
HUNGARY
USA

ROWING MEN
SINGLE SCULLS

KOLBE, W. GERMANY
DREIFKE, E. GER.
DREA, IRELAND

DOUBLE SCULLS

NORWAY
USSR
EAST GERMANY

QUADRUPLE SCULLS

EAST GERMANY
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
USSR

PAIRS WITH COXSWAIN

EAST GERMANY
USA
POLAND

PAIRS WITHOUT COXSWAIN

EAST GERMANY
HOLLAND
USA

FOURS WITH COXSWAIN

USSR
WEST GERMANY
EAST GERMANY

FOURS WITHOUT COXSWAIN

EAST GERMANY
USSR
USA

EIGHTS WITH COXSWAIN

EAST GERMANY
GREAT BRITAIN
NEW ZEALAND

WOMEN SINGLE SCULLS

SCHEIBLICH, E. G.
AMBRUS, HUNGARY
AGRICOLA, W. GER.

DOUBLE SCULLS

USSR
EAST GERMANY
HUNGARY

QUADRUPLE SCULLS

EAST GERMANY
USSR
CZECHOSLOVAKIA

PAIRS WITHOUT COXSWAIN

USSR
WEST GERMANY
EAST GERMANY

FOURS WITH COXSWAIN

EAST GERMANY
USSR
WEST GERMANY

EIGHTS WITH COXSWAIN

EAST GERMANY
USSR
USA

SHOOTING
SMALL-BORE RIFLE PRONE

ROSS, USA
AUER, USA
MELNIK, USSR

SMALL-BORE RIFLE THREE POSITIONS

MURDOCK, USA
BASSHAM, USA
MITROFANOV, USSR

RAPID-FIRE PISTOL

ZAPEDSKI, POL.
KUZMIN, USSR
TORSHIN, USSR

FREE PISTOL

VOLLMAR, E. GER.
SKANAKER, SWEDEN
PAPAVA, USSR

MOVING TARGET

GAZOV, USSR
BELINGROTH, COLOMBIA
PFEFFER, E. GER.

TRAPSHOOTING

PRIMROSE, CANADA
ALIPOV, USSR
HALDEMAN, USA

SKEETSHOOTING

GAVUKOVSKI, POL.
TSURANOV, USSR
SWINKELS, HOLLAND

SOCCER

USSR
POLAND
CZECHOSLOVAKIA

VOLLEYBALL
MEN

USSR
POLAND
JAPAN

WOMEN

JAPAN
USSR
EAST GERMANY

WATER POLO

USSR
YUGOSLAVIA
HUNGARY

WEIGHT LIFTING
FLYWEIGHT

VORONIN, USSR
KOSZEGI, HUNGARY
TAKEUCHI, JAPAN

BANTAMWEIGHT

NOURIKIAN, BUL.
KIROV, BULGARIA
SKORUPA, POLAND

FEATHERWEIGHT

KOLESNIKOV, USSR
G. TODOROV, BUL.
T. TODOROV, BUL.

LIGHTWEIGHT

KOROL, USSR
KACZMAREK, POLAND
URRUTIA, CUBA

MIDDLEWEIGHT

MILITOSIAN, USSR
WENZEL, E. GER.
MITKOV, BULGARIA

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

SHARY, USSR
STOYTCHEV, BUL.
BLAGOEV, BULGARIA

MIDDLE HEAVYWEIGHT

RIGERT, USSR
POLTORATSKY, USSR
BROILLET, SWITZ.

HEAVYWEIGHT

CHRISTOV, BUL.
ZAITSEV, USSR
CAMERON, USA

SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT

ALEXEYEV, USSR
PLACHKOV, BUL.
BONK, E. GERMANY

WRESTLING
FREESTYLE PAPERWEIGHT

ISSAEV, BULGARIA
DIMITRIEV, USSR
KUDO, JAPAN

FLYWEIGHT

TAKADA, JAPAN
IVANOV, USSR
FILIPOV, BULGARIA

BANTAMWEIGHT

ARAI, JAPAN
YUMIN, USSR
DOUKOV, BUL.

FEATHERWEIGHT

ZEVEGIJN, MONG.
DAVIS, USA
TIMOFEYEV, USSR

LIGHTWEIGHT

PINIGIN, USSR
NAZAGDORI, MONG.
KEASER, USA

WELTERWEIGHT

ASHURALYEV, USSR
DZIEDZIQ, USA
DATE, JAPAN

MIDDLEWEIGHT

SEGER, W. GERMANY
J. PETERSON, USA
JORGA, RUMANIA

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

TEDIASHVILY, USSR
B. PETERSON, USA
ALLAN, GR. BRIT.

HEAVYWEIGHT

YARYGIN, USSR
BUETTNER, E. GER.
HELLICKSON, USA

SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT

ANDIEV, USSR
GEHRKE, E. GER.
BOEV, BULGARIA

GRECO-ROMAN STYLE PAPERWEIGHT

ZUBKOV, USSR
BERCEANU, RUMANIA
ANGHELOV, BUL.

FLYWEIGHT

KIROV, BULGARIA
KONSTANTINOV, USSR
HIRAYAMA, JAPAN

BANTAMWEIGHT

MUSTAFIN, USSR
J. LIPIEN, POLAND
UKKOLA, FINLAND

FEATHERWEIGHT

DAVIDIAN, USSR K.
LIPIEN, POLAND
WEHLING, E. GER.

LIGHTWEIGHT

NALBANDYAN, USSR
SUPRON, POLAND
SKOELD, SWEDEN

WELTERWEIGHT

MACHA, CZECH.
GALAKTOPOULOS, GR.
KARLSSON, SWEDEN

MIDDLEWEIGHT

CHEBOKSAROV, USSR
HEGEDUS, HUNGARY
ENACHE, RUMANIA

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

REZANTSEV, USSR
ANDERSSON, SWEDEN
THEOBALD, W. GER.

HEAVYWEIGHT

BALBOSHIN, USSR
GORANOV, BULGARIA
ALBRECHT, E. GER.

SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT

TOMOV, BULGARIA
KOLCHINSKY, USSR
MARTINESCU, RUM.

YACHTING
SOLING

USA (KOLIUS)
AUSTRALIA (FORBES)
W. GER. (KUHWEIDE)

TEMPEST

USSR (MANKIN)
SWE. (ALBRECHTSON)
GR. BRITAIN (WARREN)

FLYING DUTCHMAN

W. GERMANY (DIESCH)
GR. BRIT. (PATTISSON)
FRANCE (PAJOT)

470

FRANCE (LAURENT)
USA (WHITEHURST)
GR. BRIT. (CREBBIN)

TORNADO

GR. BRITAIN (WHITE)
W. GER. (SPENGLER)
USA (McFAULL)

FINN

HOWLETT, GR. BRIT.
MAURY, FRANCE
BOUDOURIS, GREECE

*TWO BRONZE MEDALS ARE AWARDED IN EACH CLASS

EIGHT ILLUSTRATIONS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)