FORECAST: A cold front will blow through (high of 88 degrees),
and there's a 40% chance of rain.
This is an article from the July 23, 1996 issue
HOT TICKET: Women's team gymnastics finals (GA5699). It's a
three-way race for the gold. The U.S., a close second behind
Russia after Sunday's compulsory half of the competition, is
seeking its first gold in the event. World champion Romania
looms in third.
WHAT, NO KEY? Kim Rhode--at 16 the youngest member of the U.S.
shooting team and a medal hopeful in today's women's double
trap--has already been awarded the "El Monte Tile," the highest
honor bestowed upon citizens of El Monte, Calif.
TODAY'S GOLD RUSH
(2:55 p.m.) Georgia World Congress Center
MEN'S TEAM EPEE
(3 p.m.) Georgia Dome
(3 p.m.) Georgia World Congress Center
MEN'S 172 POUNDS
Pick: Toshihiko Koga, Japan
WOMEN'S 134.5 POUNDS
Pick: Gella Vandecaveye, Belgium
(Noon) Wolf Creek Shooting Complex
MEN'S FREE PISTOL
Pick: Sorin Babii, Romania
WOMEN'S DOUBLE TRAP
Pick: Deborah Gelisio, Italy
(7:30 p.m.) Georgia Tech Aquatic Center
MEN'S 400M FREESTYLE
Pick: Tom Dolan, U.S.
WOMEN'S 200M BREASTSTROKE
Pick: Amanda Beard, U.S.
MEN'S 100M BACKSTROKE
Pick: Jeff Rouse, U.S.
WOMEN'S 100M BUTTERFLY
Pick: Angel Martino, U.S.
MEN'S 4X100M FREESTYLE RELAY
(4 p.m.) Georgia World Congress Center
Pick: Kim Myong Nam, North Korea
(3:30 p.m.) Georgia World Congress Center
Pick: Armen Nazarian, Armenia
Pick: Wlodzimierz Zawadzki, Poland
Pick: Filiberto Azcuy, Cuba
Pick: Hakki Basar, Turkey
Pick: Aleksandr Karelin, Russia
DISCOVER NATIVE AMERICA '96
652-662 West Peachtree Street
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
Presented by the Seminole tribe of Florida, this festival
includes singing and dancing by more than 15 tribes, Native
American food, a museum and a Seminole village. Admission is $18
for adults, $12 for children.
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SPOTLIGHT ON ...
Having already won a silver medal in the 100-meter breaststroke
on Sunday, the 14-year-old Californian will again try to become
the youngest U.S. swimmer ever to win an individual gold. Beard
is the favorite in tonight's 200 breaststroke, but she will have
to beat 100-meter gold medalist Penelope Heyns.