MEDALS

July 25, 1996

CYCLING

MEN'S INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT
[GOLD] ANDREA COLLINELLI
Italy, 4:20.893
[SILVER] PHILIPPE ERMENAULT
France, 4:22.714
[BRONZE] BRADLEY MCGEE
Australia, 4:26.121

FENCING

WOMEN'S TEAM FOIL
[GOLD] ITALY
[SILVER] ROMANIA
[BRONZE] GERMANY

MEN'S TEAM FOIL
[GOLD] RUSSIA
[SILVER] POLAND
[BRONZE] CUBA

GYMNASTICS

WOMEN'S ALL-AROUND
[GOLD] LILIA PODKOPAYEVA
Ukraine, 39.255 Points
[SILVER] GINA GOGEAN
Romania, 39.075
[BRONZE] SIMONA AMANAR
Romania, 39.067
[BRONZE] LAVINIA MILOSOVICI
Romania, 39.067

JUDO

MEN'S 143 POUNDS
[GOLD] UDO QUELLMALZ
Germany
[SILVER] YUKIMASA NAKAMURA
Japan
[BRONZE] HENRIQUE GUIMARES
Brazil
[BRONZE] ISRAEL HERNANDEZ PLANAS
Cuba

WOMEN'S 114 POUNDS
[GOLD] MARIE-CLAIRE RESTOUX
France
[SILVER] HYUN SOOK HEE
South Korea
[BRONZE] NORIKO SAGAWARA
Japan
[BRONZE] LEGNA VERDECIA
Cuba

SHOOTING

MEN'S SMALL-BORE RIFLE, PRONE
[GOLD] CHRISTIAN KLEES
Germany, 704.8 points (WR)
[SILVER] SERGEI BELIAEV
Kazakhstan, 703.3
[BRONZE] JOZEF GONCI
Slovakia, 701.9

MEN'S RAPID-FIRE PISTOL
[GOLD] RALF SCHUMANN
Germany, 698.0 points (OR)
[SILVER] EMIL MILEV
Bulgaria, 692.1
[BRONZE] VLADIMIR VOKHMYANIN
Kazakhstan, 691.5

SWIMMING

WOMEN'S 800M FREESTYLE
[GOLD] BROOKE BENNETT
United States, 8:27.89
[SILVER] DAGMAR HASE
Germany, 8:29.91
[BRONZE] KIRSTEN VLIEGHUI
The Netherlands, 8:30.84

MEN'S 50M FREESTYLE
[GOLD] ALEKSANDR POPOV
Russia, 22.13 seconds
[SILVER] GARY HALL JR.
United States, 22.26
[BRONZE] FERNANDO SCHERER
Brazil, 22.29

WOMEN'S 200M BACKSTROKE
[GOLD] KRISZTINA EGERSZEGI
Hungary, 2:07.83
[SILVER] WHITNEY HEDGEPETH
United States, 2:11.98
[BRONZE] CATHLEEN RUND
Germany, 2:12.06

MEN'S 200M INDIVID. MEDLEY
[GOLD] ATTILA CZENE
Hungary, 1:59.91
[SILVER] JANI SIEVINEN
Finland, 2:00.13
[BRONZE] CURTIS MYDEN
Canada, 2:01.13

WOMEN'S 4x200m FREE RELAY
[GOLD] UNITED STATES
7:59.87
[SILVER] GERMANY
8:01.55
[BRONZE] AUSTRALIA
8:05.47

WR=WORLD RECORD; OR=OLYMPIC RECORD

COLOR PHOTO: DIETHER ENDLICHER/AP Udo Quellmalz of Germany jumped for joy after taking judo gold, and Anja Fichtel Mauritz celebrated a fencing victory that helped Germany win a bronze in team foil. [Udo Quellmalz] COLOR PHOTO: THOMAS KIENZLE/AP [Anja Fichtel Mauritz]

Leaders [GOLD] [SILVER] [BRONZE] Total

United States 12 16 4 32
Russia 13 7 5 25
Germany 3 8 11 22
France 7 4 7 18
China 5 5 6 16
Italy 5 4 4 13
Cuba 3 4 5 12
Australia 3 2 7 12
Poland 5 3 2 10
Hungary 3 2 5 10
South Korea 3 4 2 9
Japan 2 3 2 7
Romania 1 2 3 6
Bulgaria 0 2 4 6
Belgium 2 1 2 5
Belarus 0 3 2 5
Brazil 0 1 4 5
The Netherlands 0 0 5 5
Turkey 3 0 1 4
Ukraine 2 0 2 4

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)