7.25.96

July 24, 1996

FORECAST: Could be a wet one, with a 40% chance of showers and
thunderstorms early on.

HOT TICKET: Women's all-around gymnastics (GA56581). Fresh off
their historic team win, the U.S. women now go for individual
gold. Kerri Strug is out with an ankle sprain, but Dominique
Dawes, Shannon Miller and Dominique Moceanu will compete.
Svetlana Khorkina of Russia is the favorite.

ONE FOR EACH RING: Krisztina Egerszegi of Hungary seeks her
fifth career gold medal, in the 200 backstroke. Queen Krisztina,
as she is known in her homeland, was 14 when she won her first
gold in '88.

TODAY'S GOLD RUSH

CYCLING (1)
(9:30 a.m.) Stone Mountain Velodrome

MEN'S INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT
Pick: Andrea Collinelli, Italy

FENCING (2)
(3:25 p.m.) Georgia World
Congress Center

WOMEN'S TEAM FOIL
Pick: Italy

MEN'S TEAM FOIL
Pick: Cuba

GYMNASTICS (1)
(4:15 p.m.) Georgia Dome

WOMEN'S ALL-AROUND
Pick: Svetlana Khorkina, Russia

JUDO (2)
(3 p.m.) Georgia World
Congress Center

MEN'S 143 POUNDS
Pick: Udo Quellmalz, Germany

WOMEN'S 114 POUNDS
Pick: Legna Verdecia, Cuba

SHOOTING (2)
(11 a.m.) Wolf Creek
Shooting Complex

MEN'S SMALL-BORE RIFLE, PRONE
Pick: Jens Harskov, Denmark

MEN'S RAPID-FIRE PISTOL
Pick: Ralf Schumann, Germany

SWIMMING (5)
(7:30 p.m.) Georgia Tech
Aquatic Center

WOMEN'S 800M FREESTYLE
Pick: Brooke Bennett, U.S.

MEN'S 50M FREESTYLE
Pick: Gary Hall Jr., U.S.

WOMEN'S 200M BACKSTROKE
Pick: Krisztina Egerszegi, Hungary

MEN'S 200M INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
Pick: Jani Sievinen, Finland

WOMEN'S 4X200M FREE RELAY
Pick: Germany

LOCAL CULTURE

WILDWESTFEST
Wills Park Equestrian Center
Alpharetta, Ga.
10:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily
Through Aug. 4

Gunfight exhibitions, bullfighting, barrel racing and country
and western music are among the activities that highlight this
festival in Alpharetta, which is located about 45 minutes north
of Atlanta. There are also more than a dozen types of Native
American craftwork and lots of food and other entertainment.
Tickets are $19 for adults, $14 for senior citizens and children
ages 6-12. Kids under six are free.

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and information on every sport at the Summer Games.

COLOR PHOTO: V.J. LOVERO [Lisa Fernandez]

SPOTLIGHT ON...

U.S. SOFTBALL

In an 18-hour span, Lisa Fernandez (left) and the Americans will
find out how they stack up against two other medal contenders in
this first-time Olympic sport. After meeting Canada tonight in
Columbus, Ga., the U.S. will be back at it tomorrow morning with
a game against Australia.

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)