This is an article from the April 5, 1982 issue
Twomey, 25, a consultant for Nike, won the women's 20-km. Nagoya-Chunichi road race in Japan in 1:06:52, surpassing the world-best mark of 1:08:22 set by Allison Roe of New Zealand last year. Twomey was ranked fifth in the world in the women's 5,000 meters last year. Conz, 24, a sales-clerk in a shoe store, won a women's 20-km. road race in Washington, D.C. in 1:09:30, taking one minute and nine seconds off her previous American record.
Jackson, a 5'9" senior at Uniontown High, ranks seventh on the alltime list of high school high jumpers, having leaped 7'½". Last year he won the Pennsylvania state high school high-jumping title for the second consecutive year.
Barth, 25, a mechanical engineer, broke the ABC five-game tournament record of 1,303 set by Pat Dickey in 1978 by bowling games of 300, 255, 267, 289 and 274 for a total of 1,385 at the Stardust Bowl Singles Tournament in Addison.
Terry, a 5'5" junior center forward on the Jupiter High girls' soccer team, led her conference in scoring with 42 goals, pacing the Warriors to a 20-2 record. Last spring she hit .436 and led the school's softball team to a 22-3 record.
Nimick, 23, a part-time cable TV salesman, won the U.S. National Men's Squash Racquets Championship in Washington, D.C., defeating Kenton Jernigan 15-10, 16-15, 4-15 and 15-11. A week earlier, he had won the Canadian National title.