MEDALS

July 30, 1996

CYCLING (MOUNTAIN BIKE)

MEN'S CROSS-COUNTRY
[Gold] BART JAN BRENTJENS
The Netherlands
[Silver] THOMAS FRISCHKNECHT
Switzerland
[Bronze] MIGUEL MARTINEZ
France

WOMEN'S CROSS-COUNTRY
[Gold] PAOLA PEZZO
Italy
[Silver] ALISON SYDOR
Canada
[Bronze] SUSAN DEMATTEI
United States

MODERN PENTATHLON
[Gold] ALEKSANDR PARYGIN
Kazakhstan, 5,551 points
[Silver] EDUARD ZENOVKA
Russia, 5,530
[Bronze] JANOS MARTINEK
Hungary, 5,501

SOFTBALL

[Gold] UNITED STATES
[Silver] CHINA
[Bronze] AUSTRALIA

TABLE TENNIS

MEN'S DOUBLES
[Gold] KONG-LIU
China
[Silver] LU-WANG
China
[Bronze] LEE-YOO
South Korea

WEIGHTLIFTING

OVER 238 POUNDS
[Gold] ANDREI CHEMERKIN
Russia, 1,008.5 pounds (WR)
[Silver] RONNY WELLER
Germany, 1,003
[Bronze] STEFAN BOTEV
Australia, 992

YACHTING

TORNADO
[Gold] LEON-BALLESTER
Spain
[Silver] BOOTH-LANDENBERGER
Australia
[Bronze] GRAEL-PELLICANO
Brazil

WR=World Record; OR=Olympic Record

COLOR PHOTO: ERIC RISBERG/AP Bronze medals went to Susan DeMattei of the U.S. (above) in the women's mountain bike race and Lee Chul Seung (serving) and Yoo Nam Kyu of South Korea in men's doubles table tennis. [Susan DeMattei] COLOR PHOTO: MICHAEL PROBST/AP [See caption above--Lee Chul Seung]

THE COUNT

Leaders [Gold][Silver][Bronze] Total
United States 25 28 13 66
Russia 19 14 8 41
Germany 10 12 19 41
China 12 15 8 35
Australia 7 9 18 34
France 13 6 13 32
Italy 11 6 9 26
Romania 4 5 6 15
Cuba 3 5 7 15
Canada 2 7 6 15
Poland 6 5 3 14
Hungary 4 3 6 13
The Netherlands 2 3 8 13
Ukraine 5 2 5 12
South Korea 3 5 4 12
Belarus 1 4 7 12
Japan 3 4 3 10
Brazil 2 2 5 9
Great Britain 1 3 5 9
Bulgaria 0 4 4 8

BANNED LIST AT SIX

A third Russian athlete and two Lithuanian cycling officials
were expelled from the Olympics yesterday as a result of
offenses involving performance-enhancing drugs.

Nina Zhivanevskaya, who won the consolation final of the women's
200-meter backstroke last Thursday, was expunged from the
records after testing positive for the banned substance
bromantan. She was the fourth athlete at the Atlanta Games to
test positive for the drug, which is classified as a stimulant
but can also be used to mask other drugs. On Monday the IOC had
stripped bronze medals from two Russians: 105.5-pound
Greco-Roman wrestler Zafar Gouliev and Andrei Korneyev, who swam
the 200 breaststroke.

The Lithuanian coach and the physician of the third athlete who
had tested positive, cyclist Rita Raznette, were suspected by
the IOC of promoting the use of a banned substance. Coach Boris
Vasilyez and Vitaly Slionssarenko lost their credentials.

"We don't deny that our athletes were positive," said Rudolf
Nezvetsky, spokesman for the Russian Olympic Committee, "but
this substance is not found on the list of prohibited
substances." The IOC, however, contends that bromantan falls
into the ambiguous category of "related substances" that are
considered illegal performance enhancers.

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)