MEDALS

July 24, 1996

CYCLING

MEN'S 1-KM TIME TRIAL
[Gold] FLORIAN ROUSSEAU
France, 1:02.712 (OR)
[Silver] ERIN HARTWELL
United States, 1:02.940
[Bronze] TAKANOBU JUMONJI
Japan, 1:03.261

EQUESTRIAN

TEAM THREE-DAY EVENT
[Gold] AUSTRALIA
203.85 Points
[Silver] UNITED STATES
261.10
[Bronze] NEW ZEALAND
268.55

FENCING

WOMEN'S TEAM EPEE
[Gold] FRANCE
[Silver] ITALY
[Bronze] RUSSIA

MEN'S TEAM SABRE
[Gold] RUSSIA
[Silver] HUNGARY
[Bronze] ITALY

GYMNASTICS

MEN'S ALL-AROUND
[Gold] LI XIAOSHUANG
China, 58.423 points
[Silver] ALEXEI NEMOV
Russia, 58.374
[Bronze] VITALY SCHERBO
Belarus, 58.197

JUDO

MEN'S 156.5 POUNDS
[Gold] KENZO NAKAMURA
Japan
[Silver] KWAK DAE SUNG
South Korea
[Bronze] JIMMY PEDRO
United States
[Bronze] CHRISTOPHE GAGLIANO
France

WOMEN'S 123 POUNDS
[Gold] DRIULIS GONZALEZ
Cuba
[Silver] JUNG SUN YONG
South Korea
[Bronze] ISABEL FERNANDEZ
Spain
[Bronze] MARISBEL LOMBA
Belgium

SHOOTING

WOMEN'S SMALL-BORE RIFLE, THREE POSITION
[Gold] ALEKSANDRA IVOSEV
Yugoslavia, 686.1 Points (OR)
[Silver] IRINA GERASIMENOK
Russia, 680.1
[Bronze] RENATA MAUER
Poland, 679.8

MEN'S DOUBLE TRAP
[Gold] RUSSELL MARK
Australia, 189 Points (OR)
[Silver] ALBANO PERA
Italy, 183
[Bronze] ZHANG BING
China, 183

SWIMMING

MEN'S 200M BREASTSTROKE
[Gold] NORBERT ROZSA
Hungary, 2:12.57
[Silver] KAROLY GUTTLER
Hungary, 2:13.03
[Bronze] ANDREI KORNEYEV
Russia, 2:13.17

WOMEN'S 200M INDIVID. MEDLEY
[Gold] MICHELLE SMITH
Ireland, 2:13.93
[Silver] MARIANNE LIMPERT
Canada, 2:14.35
[Bronze] LIN LI
China, 2:14.74

MEN'S 100M BUTTERFLY
[Gold] DENIS PANKRATOV
Russia, 52.27 (WR)
[Silver] SCOTT MILLER
Australia, 52.53
[Bronze] VLADISLAV KULIKOV
Russia, 53.13

WOMEN'S 4X100M MEDLEY RELAY
[Gold] UNITED STATES
4:02.88
[Silver] AUSTRALIA
4:05.08
[Bronze] CHINA
4:07.34

WEIGHTLIFTING

167.5 POUNDS
[Gold] PABLO LARA
Cuba, 807.50 pounds
[Silver] YOTO YOTOV
Bulgaria, 792.00
[Bronze] JON CHUL HO
North Korea, 786.50

WR=World Record; OR=Olympic Record

COLOR PHOTO: JIM GUND Russell Mark of Australia (below, left) drew a bead en route to the men's double trap gold, and Florian Rousseau of France pedaled home first in the men's 1-km time trial. [Russell Mark] COLOR PHOTO: LIONEL CIRONNEAU/AP [See caption above--Florian Rousseau]

THE COUNT

LEADERS [Gold] [Silver] [Bronze] TOTAL

United States 10 14 4 28
Russia 11 7 5 23
France 6 3 7 16
China 5 5 6 16
Germany 0 6 9 15
Italy 3 4 4 11
Australia 3 2 5 10
Poland 5 2 2 9
Cuba 3 4 2 9
South Korea 3 3 2 8
Hungary 1 2 5 8
Japan 2 2 1 5
Belgium 2 1 2 5
Belarus 0 3 2 5
Bulgaria 0 1 4 5
Turkey 3 0 1 4
The Netherlands 0 0 4 4
Ireland 3 0 0 3
New Zealand 2 0 1 3
South Africa 2 0 1 3

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)