CHANNEL IS. HARBOR, CALIF.
Sullivan, 48, an auto-parts executive, boated a 1,319-pound Pacific blue marlin on 80-pound-test line after a 57-minute battle. The fish, which was caught half a mile south of Kona, Hawaii, may be the fifth largest ever caught on rod and reel.
Motz, 39, a housewife, grandmother and reigning U.S. women's 160-to-180-pound arm-wrestling champ, won her division in the World Arm-Wrestling Federation Championships in Calcutta. A six-year veteran, she has won 16 state titles.
Olsen, 20, a pentathlete at Maryland's Mt. Saint Mary's, set a collegiate record of 3,845 points. He ran the 60-yard hurdles in 7.9 and the 1,000 meters in 2:48.6, long-jumped 22'7½", put the shot 47'1¼" and high-jumped 6' 6".
FRANKLIN LAKES. N.J.
Jean, 17, a high school All-America striker at Indian Hills High, led the Braves to a 2-0 win over Hamilton East Steinert High in the girls' state title soccer game. She scored 47 goals and had 27 assists during Indian Hills' 23-game season.
Roland, a 12-year-old, 5'5", 126-pound halfback at Duncan Junior High, led the Demons to a 10-0 season by running for 1,518 yards on 104 carries. He rushed for 22 touchdowns and threw for five more on halfback option plays.
Stormi-Ann, 13, ran in 131 road races in 1980, placing first among the women in 36 and first in her age group in another 68. She set six 12-year-old single-age records, including those for the half-marathon (1:27:25) and 10 miles (1:04:35).