DON CHOI
SAN FRANCISCO
Don, 26, a mailman, ran 420 miles to win the New Astley Belt Six Day Race in Chula Vista, Calif., his second victory in three such races this year. Choi has held the American six-day record four times since 1980 and ran in 11 of the 12 races held.

MIKE COLLINS
COLEBROOK, N.H.
Mike, 15, beat 300 competitors to win the individual championship in his age group at the International BB Gun Championships in Bowling Green, Ky. Mike scored 384 of a possible 400 points in the four shooting positions.

WILLIAM DUNN
DANVILLE, VA.
Dunn, 31, extended his unbeaten streak as coach of the Halifax Junior High baseball team to 42 games with a 16-0 record this season. In his nine years with the Lions, Dunn has a 120-18 record—80-4 over the past five seasons.

JACKIE GALLAGHER
MARION, IND.

JIM GALLAGHER
MARION, IND.
Jackie, 15, sunk a 17-foot putt on the first sudden-death hole to beat Tracy Chapman of Indianapolis in the girls' finals of the Indiana Junior Golf Championships. Jackie had been five down after nine holes. Six days later her brother Jim, 22, sank a three-foot birdie putt on the final hole to win his second straight Indiana Amateur title by one stroke with an even-par 288. He beat Dean Prange of Greenfield. Jim also won the Indiana Open by one stroke, beating Bill Mattingly of Indianapolis.

BRANDON RICHARDS
WACO, TEXAS
Brandon, 16, son of two-time Olympic pole vault champion Bob Richards, vaulted a meet-record 15'6" to win the intermediate title in the National Junior Olympics in Durham, N.C. Brandon has been vaulting since he was five.

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