THOMAS BOHRER
PHILADELPHIA
Bohrer, 26, the U.S. Olympic Committee's 1989 Male Athlete of the Year in rowing, won national championships in the elite pairs and the elite fours, both without cox. He got a silver in the fours without cox at the world championships.

ARLYS KOVACH
INTERNATIONAL FALLS, MINN.
Kovach, 28, the USOC Female Athlete of the Year in weightlifting, set a U.S. women's record in the 165-pound weight class when she snatched 203.9 pounds and clean and-jerked 253.5 pounds I for a 457.4 total at the U.S. Olympic Festival.

JERRY FERGUSON
EVERETT, WASH.
Ferguson, 29, the USOC Male Athlete of the Year in karate, was a gold medalist in the individual forms competition and the team sparring event at both the North American Cup tournament and the Pan American championships.

NANCY GUSTAFSON
PITTSFIELD, MASS.
Gustafson, 25, the USOC Female Athlete of the Year in disabled skiing, won the U.S. disabled giant slalom and super-giant slalom skiing titles. She finished 10th in the able-bodied combined standings at the U.S. alpine championships.

ED ELIASON
STANSBURY PARK, UTAH
Eliason, 52, the USOC Male Athlete of the Year in archery, beat Allen Rasor and Rick McKinney by two points in the finals to win the gold medal at the U.S. Olympic Festival. Eliason also won the outdoor and indoor national crowns.

PEGGY DICKISON
UPPER MARLBORO, MD.
Dickison, 29, the USOC Female Athlete of the Year in orienteering, won the U.S. women's long orienteering title, finished second in the individual orienteering championships and was the top American woman at the world meet.

PHOTOLAURIE BECK PHOTOGALLERY NORTH PHOTOCRAIG FUJI PHOTOJOEL LEBRIZZI PHOTODON PLOKE PHOTODAVID DOYLE

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