A WRAP-UP OF YESTERDAY'S NONMEDAL COMPETITION

July 27, 1996

BADMINTON

PRELIMINARIES
China's Ye Zhaoying, the top-ranked woman in the world, advanced
to the quarterfinals with an 11-4, 11-4 win against Margit Borg
of Sweden. Indonesia's Susi Susanti also advanced, 11-4, 11-0,
over Katarzyna Krasowska of Poland.

BASEBALL

FIRST ROUND
Japan 13, Nicaragua 6
Cuba 20, Italy 6
U.S. 15, Australia 5

BASKETBALL

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
South Korea 95, Zaire 71
Ukraine 87, Cuba 75
Italy 66, Japan 52
Brazil 98, China 83
U.S. 96, Australia 79
Russia 68, Canada 49

BEACH VOLLEYBALL

MEN'S SEMIFINALS
Dodd-Whitmarsh, U.S., d. Maia-Brenha, Portugal, 15-13
Kiraly-Steffes, U.S., d. Child-Heese,Canada, 15-11

BOXING

SECOND ROUND
In the 125-pound class Floyd Mayweather Jr. became the sixth
U.S. boxer to advance to the quarterfinals, with a 16-3 decision
against Artur Gevorgyan of Armenia. Mayweather's teammate super
heavyweight Lawrence Clay-Bey lost 10-8, but at the press
conference after the match he told reporters, "Smile, it's not
the end of the world. It's the Olympics."

CYCLING

PRELIMINARIES
Marty Nothstein of the U.S. beat Australia's Darryn Hill and
Canada's Curt Harnett to lock up a medal in the men's sprints.
He will race Jens Fielder of Germany today for the gold. Marion
Clignet of France and Antonella Bellutti of Italy qualified for
the women's pursuit final.

EQUESTRIAN

TEAM DRESSAGE PRELIMINARIES
Michelle Gibson, from the Atlanta suburb of Roswell, led the
U.S. to third place in the standings with her score of 1,880,
second best of the 23 competitors. The Americans totaled 3,529
points, just behind the Netherlands, at 3,544. First-place
Germany had a comfortable lead at 3,708.

FIELD HOCKEY

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Australia 5, Malaysia 1
Great Britain 2, South Africa 0
The Netherlands 3, South Korea 1

WOMEN'S FIRST ROUND
South Korea 2, Spain 0
The Netherlands 4, Argentina 1

HANDBALL

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Spain 20, Algeria 14
Switzerland 33, Kuwait 16
Sweden 22, Russia 20
Egypt 24, Germany 22
Croatia 35, U.S. 27
France 37, Brazil 23

SOCCER

MEN'S QUARTERFINALS
Portugal 2, France 1
Argentina 4, Spain 0

SOFTBALL

FIRST ROUND
Australia 5, Canada 2
The Netherlands 2, Puerto Rico 0
U.S. 3, China 2
Japan 5, Chinese Taipei 1

TABLE TENNIS

WOMEN'S DOUBLES SEMIFINALS
Deng-Qiao, China, d. Kim-Park, South Korea, 21-15, 19-21,
21-15, 21-19
Liu-Qiao, China, d. Park-Ryu, South Korea, 21-13, 16-21, 21-15,
21-19

PRELIMINARIES
Sweden's Jan-Ove Waldner, a gold medalist in Barcelona, advanced
to the second round with a 21-18, 21-16 win over Ilija Lupulesku
of Yugoslavia. World champion Kong Linghui of China won another
of the 16 four-player groups to advance to single-elimination
play.

TENNIS

THIRD ROUND
Monica Seles of the U.S. reached the quarterfinals with a 6-3,
6-3 win over Gabriela Sabatini of Argentina. Spain's Arantxa
Sanchez Vicario, South Africa's Wayne Ferreira and Italy's Renzo
Furlan also advanced.

SECOND ROUND
Gigi Fernandez and Mary Joe Fernandez teamed to beat France's
Mary Pierce and Nathalie Tauziat in women's doubles.

TRACK AND FIELD

QUALIFYING
Maria Mutola of Mozambique was the top qualifier for the women's
800-meter final tomorrow, running a quick 1:57.62. Ana Quirot
also qualified for the final. Michael Johnson of the U.S. was
the fastest qualifier for today's men's 400 semifinals.
Johnson's countryman Butch Reynolds, the 400 world-record
holder, also moved into the semifinals.

VOLLEYBALL

MEN'S FIRST ROUND
Italy d. Russia 15-11, 15-6, 15-12
The Netherlands d. Yugoslavia 15-7, 15-6, 15-9
Cuba d. Argentina 15-10, 15-12, 15-9
Bulgaria d. Poland 15-4, 15-10, 15-7
Brazil d. U.S. 15-11, 15-11, 15-7
South Korea d. Tunisia 15-4, 15-6, 15-6

WATER POLO

CLASSIFICATIONS
Germany 9, The Netherlands 6
Romania 11, Ukraine 8
Greece 7, U.S. 6
Russia 16, Yugoslavia 15

SEMIFINALS
Croatia 7, Italy 6
Spain 7, Hungary 6

YACHTING

PRELIMINARIES
Jeff Madrigali, Kent Massey and Jim Barton of the U.S. finished
fifth in their second race but still held a one-point lead in
the Soling overall standings. Theresa Zabell and Begona Via
Dufresne of Spain moved into a tie for first in the women's 470
with Kris Stookey and Louise van Voorhis of the U.S.

COLOR PHOTO: JOHN BAZEMORE/APJorgelina Rimoldi Puig of Argentina avoided the splashing ball in a rainy loss to the Netherlands. COLOR PHOTO: MICHEL LIPCHITZ/AP Aitor Etxaburu of Spain launched a shot during a team handball victory over Algeria. [Aitor Etxaburu and opponents in game]

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)