FACES IN THE CROWD

September 20, 1981

RACHAEL WEIGHTMAN
LONGWOOD, FLA.
Rachael, 10, set state girls' age-group swimming records in the 100-(1:06.63), 200-(2:24.67) and 400-meter (4:57.89) freestyles at the Florida Junior Olympics. She also anchored the record-setting 200-freestyle relay team (2:11.01).

VICKI WINSTON
LAMONTE, Mo.
Winston, a 42-year-old farmer, won the women's title for the 10th time at the World Horseshoe Tournament in Genola, Minn., defeating Opal Reno of Lucasville, Ohio, 50-28. She won her first championship in 1956, at the age of 17.

FRANCISCO GUY
PHOENIX
Francisco, 14, a righthander, was 7-0 and had 68 strikeouts in 27 innings to lead the Ameron team to the So. Mountain East Pony League title. Last spring he struck out 120 in 50 innings as St. Catherine Elementary won the diocesan championship.

CHRISTINA PAPALIOS
HUBER HEIGHTS, OHIO
Christina, 16, broke or rebroke nine teen-age world records in the 123-pound class at a national powerlifting competition in Nashua, N.H. She finished with marks of 242 pounds in the squat, 132 in the press and 286 in the dead lift.

JOHN SHADDEN
LONG BEACH, CALIF.

RON ROSENBERG
LONG BEACH, CALIF.

John, a freshman at Boston University, and Ron, a 10th-grader at Wilson High, won the doublehanded title in a Laser II at the International Yacht Racing Union's World Youth Sailing Championships off Sines, Portugal. John, also a top Snipe sailor, has won an unprecedented four consecutive USYRU national titles. Ron was among the youngest competitors at the championships in Portugal, which were limited to sailors aged 19 and under, from 25 countries.

SIX PHOTOS

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)