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YESTERDAY'S FINALS

YESTERDAY'S FINALS

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This is an article from the Aug. 2, 1996 issue

MEN'S INDIVIDUAL
[Gold] JUSTIN HUISH
United States
[Silver] MAGNUS PETERSSON
Sweden
[Bronze] OH KYO MOON
South Korea

BADMINTON

MEN'S SINGLES
[Gold] POUL-ERIK HOYER-LARSEN
Denmark
[Silver] DONG JIONG
China
[Bronze] RASHID SIDAK
Malaysia

WOMEN'S SINGLES
[Gold] BANG SOO HYUN
South Korea
[Silver] MIA AUDINA
Indonesia
[Bronze] SUSI SUSANTI
Indonesia

MIXED DOUBLES
[Gold] GIL-KIM
South Korea
[Silver] RA-PARK
South Korea
[Bronze] LIU-SUN
China

EQUESTRIAN

TEAM JUMPING
[Gold] GERMANY
1.750 points
[Silver] UNITED STATES
12.000
[Bronze] BRAZIL
17.250

FIELD HOCKEY

WOMEN
[Gold] AUSTRALIA
[Silver] SOUTH KOREA
[Bronze] THE NETHERLANDS

SOCCER

WOMEN
[Gold] UNITED STATES
[Silver] CHINA
[Bronze] NORWAY

TABLE TENNIS

MEN'S SINGLES
[Gold] LIU GUOLIANG
China
[Silver] WANG TAO
China
[Bronze] JOERG ROSSKOPF
Germany

TRACK AND FIELD

WHEELCHAIR 800M (UNOFFICIAL EVENT)
[Gold] LOUISE SAUVAGE
Australia, 1:54.90
[Silver] JEAN DRISCOLL
United States, 1:55.19
[Bronze] CHERI BECERRA
United States, 1:55.49

WHEELCHAIR 1,500M (UNOFFICIAL EVENT)
[Gold] CLAUDE ISSORAT
France, 3:15.18
[Silver] SCOTT HOLLONBECK
United States, 3:15.30
[Bronze] FRANZ NIETLISPACH
Switzerland, 3:16.41

MEN'S 400M HURDLES
[Gold] DERRICK ADKINS
United States, 47.54 seconds
[Silver] SAMUEL MATETE
Zambia, 47.78
[Bronze] CALVIN DAVIS
United States, 47.96

WOMEN'S 200M
[Gold] MARIE-JOSE PEREC
France, 22.12 seconds
[Silver] MERLENE OTTEY
Jamaica, 22.24
[Bronze] MARY ONYALI
Nigeria, 22.38

MEN'S 200M
[Gold] MICHAEL JOHNSON
United States, 19.32 seconds (WR)
[Silver] FRANKIE FREDERICKS
Namibia, 19.68
[Bronze] ATO BOLDON
Trinidad and Tobago, 19.80

DECATHLON
[Gold] DAN O'BRIEN
United States, 8,824 points
[Silver] FRANK BUSEMANN
Germany, 8,706
[Bronze] TOMAS DVORAK
The Czech Republic, 8,664

YACHTING

MEN'S 470
[Gold] UKRAINE
[Silver] GREAT BRITAIN
[Bronze] PORTUGAL

WOMEN'S 470
[Gold] SPAIN
[Silver] JAPAN
[Bronze] UKRAINE

WR=World Record; OR=Olympic Record

COLOR PHOTO: FRANK AUGSTEN/AP Frank Sloothaake booted Joly over the fence en route to Germany's team jumping gold medal, and Claude Issorat of France (far left) raced to victory in the men's 1,500-meter wheelchair event. [Frank Sloothaake]COLOR PHOTO: WALTER IOOSS JR. [See caption above--Claude Issorat]

THE COUNT

LEADERS [Gold] [Silver] [Bronze] TOTAL

United States 32 31 16 79
China 16 19 11 46
Germany 12 13 21 46
Russia 21 16 8 45
Australia 8 9 18 35
France 14 6 14 34
Italy 11 6 9 26
South Korea 6 9 5 20
Ukraine 7 2 8 17
Canada 2 8 7 17
Cuba 3 5 8 16
Romania 4 5 6 15
The Netherlands 2 4 9 15
Poland 6 5 3 14
Belarus 1 5 8 14
Hungary 4 3 6 13
Great Britain 1 5 6 12
Japan 3 5 3 11
Brazil 3 2 6 11
Bulgaria 0 4 4 8