A WRAP-UP OF YESTERDAY'S NONMEDAL COMPETITION

July 26, 1996

BADMINTON

PRELIMINARIES
Men's top seed Joko Suprianto of Indonesia advanced with a
15-11, 15-12 victory against Jens Olsson of Sweden. His
countrywoman and defending gold medalist Susi Susanti defeated
Doris Piche of Canada 11-1, 11-3. The 1992 women's silver
medalist, Bang Soo Hyun of South Korea, also moved to the round
of 16.

BASKETBALL

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Australia 101, Puerto Rico 96
Lithuania 85, Angola 49
Greece 108, South Korea 86
Yugoslavia 101, Brazil 82
Croatia 90, Argentina 75
U.S. 133, China 70

BEACH VOLLEYBALL

WOMEN'S SEMIFINALS
Monica-Adriana, Brazil, d. Cook-Pottharst, Australia, 15-3
Silva-Pires, Brazil, d. Handley-Fontana Harris, U.S, 15-8
The top U.S. team of Holly McPeak and Nancy Reno was eliminated
by Linda Handley and Barbra Fontana Harris in the quarterfinals.
McPeak said afterward that she doubts she and Reno will play
together in the future.

BOXING

SECOND ROUND
Cuba suffered its first defeat in the Olympics when Mansueto
Velasco of the Philippines won a 14-5 decision against Mansueto
Velasco in the 106-pound class. Albert Guardado of the U.S.
moved into the 106-pound quarterfinals, defeating Anicet
Rasonnaivo of Madagascar.

CYCLING

PRELIMINARIES
The U.S. team continued its disappointing Olympics as the men's
pursuit team lost in the quarterfinals to Australia. Russia set
a new Olympic team pursuit record of 4:08.785. Rebecca Twigg of
the U.S. was eliminated in the women's individual pursuit
quarterfinals.

DIVING

WOMEN'S PLATFORM PRELIMINARIES
Defending Olympic champion Fu Mingxia of China led after the
first day of competition, followed by Becky Ruehl of the U.S.
The 1992 bronze medalist, Mary Ellen Clark of the U.S., was a
distant 12th.

FIELD HOCKEY

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Germany 3, Argentina 0
India 0, Pakistan 0
Spain 7, U.S. 1

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
Germany 1, U.S. 1
Australia 1, Great Britain 0

HANDBALL

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
Hungary 29, China 19
Norway 30, Angola 18
Denmark 29, U.S. 19
South Korea 33, Germany 20

ROWING

SEMIFINALS
Theresa Bell and Lindsay Burns of the U.S. advanced to the
finals of the lightweight double sculls with a win. Entering the
finals of all 14 rowing events today and tomorrow, Australia
leads all countries, with 10 finalists. Germany and Canada
placed eight boats in the finals, the U.S. seven.

SHOOTING

PRELIMINARIES
Juan Romero of Guatemala, Ennio Falco of Italy and Miroslaw
Rzepkowski of Poland each shot three perfect-25 target rounds in
the first day of the men's skeet competition. The final two
rounds will be shot today.

SOFTBALL

FIRST ROUND
Japan 8, Puerto Rico 1
Australia 2, U.S. 1 (10 inn.)
Canada 4, The Netherlands 1
China 1, Chinese Taipei 0

TABLE TENNIS

PRELIMINARIES
Jan-Ove Waldner of Sweden won again in his attempt to retain his
Olympic men's singles title, overcoming South Korea's Lee Chul
Seung 21-11, 21-19. Waldner is undefeated in his preliminary
group and is assured of moving on to the second round.

TENNIS

ROUND 2
Andre Agassi of the U.S., filling in for the injured Richey
Reneberg, teamed with MaliVai Washington to win their
first-round doubles match, defeating Oscar Ortiz and Alejandro
Hernandez of Mexico 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. At the end of the second
round of singles competition, 10 of the 16 men's seeded players
had been eliminated, while only three of the 16 women's seeds
had been defeated.

VOLLEYBALL

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
Russia d. Peru 15-11, 15-8, 15-1
The Netherlands d. South Korea 15-11, 15-12, 7-15, 15-8
China d. Ukraine 15-4, 15-4, 15-6
Cuba d. Germany 15-6, 15-8, 15-4
U.S. d. Japan 15-11, 15-7, 15-12
Brazil d. Canada 15-6, 15-6, 15-11

WATER POLO

CLASSIFICATIONS
Germany 10, Ukraine 4
The Netherlands 10, Romania 8

QUARTERFINALS
Hungary 12, Greece 8
Croatia 8, Yugoslavia 6
Spain 5, U.S. 4
Italy 11, Russia 9

YACHTING

PRELIMINARIES
Kris Stookey and Louise Van Voorhis of the U.S. won a women's
470-class race to move into first place ahead of Ruslana Taran
and Olena Pakholchik of Ukraine. Lai Shan Lee of Hong Kong leads
the women's Mistral class. A medal for Lee would be the first
ever won by Hong Kong.

COLOR PHOTO: ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO/AP Allan Budi Kusuma of Indonesia wound up for a shot in his third-round badminton win over Sun Jun of China. [Allan Budi Kusuma] COLOR PHOTO: LIONEL CIRONNEAU/AP Felicia Ballanger of France (right) won her sprint cycling quarterfinal.

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)