A WRAP-UP OF YESTERDAY'S NONMEDAL COMPETITION

July 21, 1996

BASEBALL

FIRST ROUND
Italy 2, South korea 1
Cuba 8, Japan 7 (10 Inn.)

BASKETBALL

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
Brazil 69, Canada 56
Ukraine 81, Zaire 65
U.S. 101, Cuba 84
Russia 73, Japan 63
Australia 61, South Korea 61
Italy 62, China 53

BOXING

FIRST ROUND
Alberto Guardado Jr. of the U.S. edged Healer Modiradilo of
Botswana 11-9 in a 106-pound bout after Modiradilo closed from
11-5 in the final minute. Terrance Cauthen, like Guardado a U.S.
medal contender, beat Mahammatkodir Abdullayev of Uzbekistan
18-6 in a 132-pound bout. Also at 132, Tontcho Tontchev of
Bulgaria, an Olympic quarterfinalist in 1992, .battered Oktavian
Tsykou of Moldova badly enough to stop the bout in the second
round.

EQUESTRIAN

THREE-DAY EVENT
Husband-and-wife team Karen and David O'Connor led the U.S. to
the top of the standings with the two best scores of the day.
Karen O'Connor, on Biko, scored 39.6 penalty points and David
O'Connor, on Giltedge, 40.8. The U.S. team's total stands at
80.4 after the opening day, with Great Britain second at 84.2.

FIELD HOCKEY

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
The Netherlands 2, Malaysia 0
Great Britain 2, South Korea 2
South Africa 1, Australia 1

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
Germany 2, Spain 1
The Netherlands 1, Great Britain 1

GYMNASTICS

WOMEN'S TEAM COMPULSORIES
Shannon Miller's 9.737 on the balance beam, the highest score
all day on that apparatus, helped the U.S. hang on to second
place, just .127 of a point behind Russia. In third and fourth
are Romania and Ukraine, whose Lilia Podkopayeva has the best
all-around score at 39.149. China and Belarus round out the top
six advancing to tomorrow's finals.

ROWING

PRELIMINARIES
Steven Redgrave of Great Britain stayed on track to win his
fourth gold medal in as many Olympics by advancing to Thursday's
semifinals in men's pairs without cox with partner Matthew
Pinsent. Missy Schwen and Karen Kraft of the U.S. won the
women's pairs without cox by more than a boat length to earn a
semis spot. Gold medal pick Derek Porter of Canada advanced in
single sculls.

SOCCER

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Mexico 1, Italy 0
South Korea 1, Ghana 0
Nigeria 1, Hungary 0
Japan 1, Brazil 0

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
Germany 3, Japan 2
Norway 2, Brazil 2
U.S. 3, Denmark 0
China 2, Sweden 0

SOFTBALL

FIRST ROUND
U.S. 10, Puerto Rico 0
Canada 2, Chinese Taipei 1 (10 inn.)
China 6, Australia 0
Japan 3, The Netherlands 0

VOLLEYBALL

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Yugoslavia, which hadn't competed in the Olympics since 1976,
upset world power Russia on the strength of 28 kills by Vladimir
Grbic.
The Netherlands d. Tunisia 15-4,
15-4, 15-2
Italy d. South korea 15-13, 15-12,
15-8
Yugoslavia d. Russia 10-15, 15-13,
15-10, 15-11
Cuba d. Bulgaria 15-9, 15-7, 15-7
U.S. d. Poland 15-13, 15-6, 15-8
Brazil-Argentina, late

WATER POLO

FIRST ROUND
Yugoslavia 9, Russia 9
Hungary 9, Germany 8
Croatia 11, Romania 6
Spain 8, The Netherlands 7
Italy 8, Ukraine 6
U.S. 9, Greece 7

COLOR PHOTO: JULIAN GONZALEZ/DETROIT FREE PRESS U.S. boxer Albert Guardado Jr. won his opening bout in the 106-pound class. COLOR PHOTO: V.J. LOVERO Dot Richardson's homer helped the U.S. softball team whip Puerto Rico.

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)