A Roundup of the Week Feb. 22-28

March 07, 1988

XV WINTER OLYMPICS

ALPINE SKIING: Super G, Women—1) SIGRID WOLF (Austria), 2) Michela Figini (Switzerland), 3) Karen Percy (Canada); Giant Slalom. Women—1) VRENI SCHNEIDER (Switzerland). 2) Christa Kinshofer-Güthlein (West Germany), 3) Maria Walliser (Switzerland); Giant Slalom, Men—1) ALBERTO TOMBA (Italy). 2) Hubert Strolz (Austria), 3) Pirmin Zurbriggen (Switzerland); Slalom, Women—1) SCHNEIDER, 2) Mateja Svet (Yugoslavia), 3) Kinshofer-Güthlein; Slalom, Men—1) TOMBA, 2) Frank W‚Äö√†√∂‚Äö√†√árndl (West Germany). 3) Paul Frommelt (Liechtenstein).

BIATHLON: 10 km. Men—1) FRANK-PETER ROETSCH (East Germany). 2) Valery Medvedtsev (U.S.S.R.), 3) Sergei Tchepikov (U.S.S.R.); 4 X 7.5-km Relay. Men—1) MEDVEDTSEV-TCHEPIKOV-DMITRY VASILIEV-ALEX-ANDRE POPOV (U.S.S.R.). 2) Peter Angerer-Ernst Reiter-Stefan H‚Äö√†√∂‚Äö√†√áck-Fritz Fischer (West Germany), 3) Werner Kiem-Gottlieb Taschler-Andreas Zingerle-Johann Passler (Italy).

BOBSLED: Two-man—1) JANIS KIPURS-VLADIMIR KOZLOV (U.S.S.R.). 2) Wolfgang Hoppe-Bogdan Musiol (East Germany), 3) Bern-hard Lehmann-Mario Hoyer (East Germany); Four-man—1) EKKEHARD FASSER-KURT MEIER-MARCEL F‚Äö√†√∂‚àö√´SSLER-WERNER STOCKER (Switzerland), 2) Hoppe-Diet-mar Schauerhammer-Musiol-Ingo Voge (East Germany). 3) Kipurs-Gountis Ossis-Iouri Tone-Kozlov (U.S.S.R.).

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING: 4 X 10-km Relay, Men—1) JAN OTTOSSON-THOMAS WASSBERG-GUNDE SVAN-TORGNY MOGREN (Sweden), 2) Vladimir Smirnov-Vladimir Sakhnov-Mikhail Deviatiarov-Alexei Prokurorov (U.S.S.R.), 3) Radim Nye-Vaclav Korunka-Pavel Benc-Ladislav Svanda (Czechoslovakia); 20 km. Women—1) TAMARA TIKHONOVA, (U.S.S.R.), 2) Anfisa Retzova (U.S.S.R.). 3) Raisa Smetanina (U.S.S.R.); 50 km, Men—1) SVAN, 2) Maurilio De Zolt (Italy), 3) Andi Grünenfelder (Switzerland).

FIGURE SKATING: Ice Dancing—1) NATALIA BESTEMIANOVA-ANDREI BUKIN (U.S.S.R.), 2) Marina Klimova-Sergei Ponomarenko (U.S.S.R.), 3) Tracy Wilson-Robert McCall (Canada); Women—1) KATARINA WITT (East Germany), 2) Elizabeth Manley (Canada), 3) Debi Thomas (U.S.).

HOCKEY: 1) U.S.S.R., 2) Finland, 3) Sweden.

NORDIC COMBINED: Team—1) HANS-PETER POHL-HUBERT SCHWARZ-THOMAS M‚Äö√†√∂‚àö‚à´LLER (West Germany), 2) Andreas Schaad-Hippolyl Kempf-Fredy Glanzmann (Switzerland), 3) Günther Csar-Hansj‚Äö√†√∂‚Äö√†√árg Aschenwald-Klaus Sulzenbacher (Austria); Individual—1) KEMPF, 2) Sulzenbacher, 3) Allar Levandi (U.S.S.R.).

SKI JUMPING: 90 meters—1) MATTI NYK‚Äö√†√∂‚àö√´NEN (Finland), 2) Erik Johnsen (Norway), 3) Matjaz Debelak (Yugoslavia); 90 meters. Team—1) ARI-PEKKA NIKKOLA-NYK‚Äö√†√∂‚àö√´NENTUOMO YLIPULLI-JARI PUIKKONEN (Finland), 2) Primoz Ulaga-Matjaz Zupan-Debelak-Miran Tepes (Yugoslavia), 3) Ole Eidhammer-Jon Kj‚Äö√†√∂‚Äö√†√®rum-Ole Fidjest‚Äö√†√∂‚Äö√†√®l-Johnsen (Norway).

SPEED SKATING: 500 meters, Women—1) BONNIE BLAIR (U.S.), 2) Christa Rothenburger (East Germany). 3) Karin Kania (East Germany); 3,000 meters. Women—1) YVONNE VAN GENNIP (the Netherlands). 2) Andrea Ehrig (East Germany). 3) Gabi Zange (East Germany); 1,000 meters, Women—1) ROTHEN-BURGER. 2) Kania, 3) Blair; 1,500 meters, Women—1) VAN GENNIP, 2) Kania, 3) Ehrig; 5,000 meters, Women—1) VAN GENNIP, 2) Ehrig, 3) Zange.

PRO BASKETBALL—Detroit won four in a row to slip past Atlanta and into first place in the Central Division. After easy wins over Sacramento, Golden State and New Jersey, the Pistons had to come from behind to beat Boston for the eighth straight time at the Silverdome. 106-101. In the Midwest Division, pacesetting Dallas tied a franchise record by winning its eighth game in a row. The Los Angeles Lakers and the Celtics continued to run away with the Pacific and the Atlantic division races, respectively. The Lakers won all three of their games, while the Celtics triumphed in three of four.

GOLF—CHIP BECK shot a final-round 68, for a 17-under-par total of 267. to beat Bill Sander and Mac O'Grady by four strokes and win $135.000 at the Los Angeles Open (page 84).

HOCKEY—In the Adams Division, Montreal won three straight to move past Boston into first place, one point ahead of the Bruins. Norris Division-leading Detroit lost all three of its games but still finished the week with a seven-point lead over St. Louis. In a Smythe Division showdown, Calgary scored two third-period goals to beat Edmonton 3-2 and increase its lead to three points. Philadelphia ran its Patrick Division lead to four points over the New York Islanders with a 2-0 week.

TENNIS—TIM MAYOTTE defeated John Fitzgerald 4-6, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 to earn the U.S. Pro Indoor title and $123,800. in Philadelphia.

TRACK & FIELD—CARLO THRANHARDT of West Germany high-jumped 7'11¼" to surpass by half an inch the world indoor record set in 1987 by Patrik Sj‚Äö√†√∂‚Äö√†√áberg of Sweden, in Berlin.

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ILLUSTRATION

MEDAL WINNERS*

COUNTRY

G

S

B

Total

U.S.S.R.

11

9

9

29

East Germany

9

10

6

25

Switzerland

5

5

5

15

Austria

3

5

2

10

West Germany

2

4

2

8

Finland

4

1

2

7

The Netherlands

3

2

2

7

Sweden

4

0

2

6

United States

2

1

3

6

Italy

2

1

2

5

Norway

0

3

2

5

Canada

0

2

3

5

Yugoslavia

0

2

1

3

Czechoslovakia

0

1

2

3

France

1

0

1

2

Japan

0

0

1

1

Liechtenstein

0

0

1

1

*Countries not listed received no medals.

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)