A WRAP-UP OF YESTERDAY'S NONMEDAL COMPETITION

July 24, 1996

BADMINTON

PRELIMINARIES
Both U.S. entrants lost in the first day of singles play, Kevin
Han 2-1 to Peter Knowles of Great Britain and Erika von Heiland
2-0 to Jeng Shwu-Zen of Chinese Taipei.

BASEBALL

FIRST ROUND
U.S. 15, Italy 3
Cuba 14, South Korea 11

BASKETBALL

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
China 87, Argentina 77
Yugoslavia 118, South Korea 65
Australia 109, Brazil 101 (2 OT)
Croatia 71, Angola 48
Greece 80, Puerto Rico 69
U.S. 104, Lithuania 82

BEACH VOLLEYBALL

PRELIMINARIES
Karch Kiraly of the U.S. opened his bid for a third gold medal,
teaming with partner Kent Steffes to beat Andrea Ghiurghi and
Nicola Grigolo of Italy 15-7 in 36 minutes. The other two U.S.
men's teams also won, but Nancy Reno and Holly McPeak were the
sole winners among the U.S. women, scoring the final 11 points
for a 15-6 win over Beate Buhler and Danja Musch of Germany.

BOXING

FIRST ROUND
Gold medal favorite Antonio Tarver of the U.S. drew more boos
than cheers from the home crowd with a listless 5-2 win over
Dmitry Vybornov of Russia in the 178-pound class. Coach Al
Mitchell deemed the light-on-the-punches performance"lousy," but
he can't complain overall: U.S. boxers are 9-1 after the first
round.

CYCLING

PRELIMINARIES
Andreas Collinelli of Italy set a world record in the individual
pursuit, finishing his heat in 4:19.699, while Kent Bostick of
the U.S. finished ninth and failed to advance. Australia's
Michelle Ferris set an Olympic record of 11.212 seconds in the
200-meter-sprint time trial.

EQUESTRIAN

INDIVIDUAL THREE-DAY EVENT
Mary King of Great Britain leads the field with 31.60 points
following the dressage competition. David O'Connor, part of the
silver-medal-winning U.S. team, is in second with 37.60 points,
while Nikki Bishop of Australia is third.

FIELD HOCKEY

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
India 4, U.S. 0
Spain 2, Argentina 1
Germany 3, Pakistan 1

HANDBALL

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Russia 32, Kuwait 20
France 27, Spain 25
Croatia 25, Switzerland 22
Egypt 19, Algeria 16
Sweden 23, U.S. 19
Germany 30, Brazil 20

ROWING

REPECHAGE
The U.S. women's eights crew won its race to qualify for
Sunday's final, as did the American lightweight men's fours
without cox and the lightweight men's double sculls.

SHOOTING

PRELIMINARIES
Gold medal favorite Ralf Schumann of Germany leads the
rapid-fire pistol field with a first-day subtotal of 298 points.
Second-place Ghenadie Lisoconi of Moldova has 295.

SOCCER

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
France 2, Saudi Arabia 1
Spain 3, Australia 2
Argentina 1, Tunisia 1
U.S. 1, Portugal 1

SOFTBALL

FIRST ROUND
U.S. 4, Chinese Taipei 0
China 10, Puerto Rico 0
Australia 1, The Netherlands 0
Japan 4, Canada 0

TABLE TENNIS

PRELIMINARIES
Lily Yip and Amy Feng, both of the U.S., advanced in the women's
singles competition with straight-set wins.

TENNIS

FIRST ROUND
Second-seeded Goran Ivanisevic of Croatia was the only top
player to lose, falling 6-2, 6-4 to Marcos Ondruska of South
Africa. MaliVai Washington, Mary Pierce, Lindsay Davenport, and
Mary Joe Fernandez of the U.S. all advanced easily.

VOLLEYBALL

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
The Netherlands d. Japan 15-3, 15-10, 15-3
Germany d. Canada 15-5, 15-12, 15-6
Brazil d. Russia 15-3, 15-11,15-13
Cuba d. Peru 15-2, 15-5, 15-10
China d. U.S. 15-8, 15-2, 12-15, 15-12
South Korea d. Ukraine 15-3, 15-10, 15-7

WATER POLO

FIRST ROUND
Hungary 12, Yugoslavia 8
Spain 8, Russia 6
Greece 9, Ukraine 6
Germany 9, The Netherlands 8
Italy 10, Romania 9
U.S. 10, Croatia 8

YACHTING

PRELIMINARIES
A third-place finish by Robert Scheidt of Brazil kept him on top
of the Laser class. U.S. competitors Kris Stookey and Louis Van
Voorhis in the women's 470, Mark Reynolds and Hal Haenel in Star
Class and Courtenay Becker-Dey in Europes all finished in second.

COLOR PHOTO: KATHY WILLENS/APConchita Martinez of Spain ousted Patty Schnyder of Switzerland in a first-round match. [Conchita Martinez] COLOR PHOTO: JOHN IACONO Antonio Tarver of the U.S. (left) decisioned Dmitry Vybornov of Russia in an opening bout at 178 pounds.

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)