LA JOLLA, CALIF.
Jordan, 55, established three world backstroke records in the 55- to 59-year-old division at the World Masters Swimming Championships, winning at 50 meters in 37.30, at 100 in 1:21.42 and at 200 in 2:59.18.
Jordan, 16, wrestling in his first freestyle tournament, won the 165-pound championship at the Maccabi Youth Games by pinning Andrew Klappholz of Wayside, N.J. Jordan has a 65-1 career record and 64 pins.
Jennifer, 11, won the all-around gymnastics title in the nine-to 11-year-old division at the AAU Junior Olympic Games with 36.35 points. She also won the beam (17.95 combined), floor exercise (18.90) and vault (18.65).
Pressley, 19, defeated Andrew Weiss of Great Falls, Va., 6-1, 6-2 to win the U.S. Amateur Tennis Championships. A Duke sophomore, the seventh-seeded Pressley dropped only 15 games in his five matches.
Sarah, 17, won her second straight Canadian Junior National Judo championship in the 145-pound class by beating Lena Berger of Manitoba by a yuko. Sarah also won her class at this year's Canada Winter Games.
Collins, 35, won his second consecutive U.S. Powerlifting Federation superheavyweight national title with a combined lift of 2,176 pounds. He squatted 804 pounds, bench-pressed 617 and deadlifted 755.