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YESTERDAY'S FINALS

YESTERDAY'S FINALS

BASKETBALL

This is an article from the Aug. 4, 1996 issue

MEN
[Gold] UNITED STATES
[Silver] YUGOSLAVIA
[Bronze] LITHUANIA

BOXING

106 POUNDS
[Gold] DANIEL PETROV BOJILOV
Bulgaria
[Silver] MANSUETO VELASCO
Philippines
[Bronze] OLEG KIRYUKHIN
Ukraine
[Bronze] RAFAEL LOZANO
Spain

119 POUNDS
[Gold] ISTVAN KOVACS
Hungary
[Silver] ARNALDO MESA
Cuba
[Bronze] VICHAIRACHANON KHADPO
Thailand
[Bronze] RAIMKUL MALAKHBEKOV
Russia

132 POUNDS
[Gold] HOCINE SOLTANI
Algeria
[Silver] TONTCHO TONTCHEV
Bulgaria
[Bronze] TERRANCE CAUTHEN
United States
[Bronze] LEONARD DOROFTEI
Romania

147 POUNDS
[Gold] OLEG SAITOV
Russia
[Silver] JUAN HERNANDEZ
Cuba
[Bronze] DANIEL SANTOS
Puerto Rico
[Bronze] MARIAN SIMION
Romania

165 POUNDS
[Gold] A. HERNANDEZ
Cuba
[Silver] M. BEYLEROGLU
Turkey
[Bronze] M. BAHARI
Algeria
[Bronze] R. WELLS
United States

201 POUNDS
[Gold] FELIX SAVON
Cuba
[Silver] DAVID DEFIAGBON
Canada
[Bronze] NATE JONES
United States
[Bronze] LUAN KRASNIQI
Germany

CANOE

MEN'S 1,000M SINGLES
[Gold] MARTIN DOKTOR
The Czech Republic
[Silver] IVAN KLEMENTIEV
Latvia
[Bronze] GYORGY ZALA
Hungary

MEN'S 1,000M DOUBLES
[Gold] DITTMER-KIRCHBACH
Germany
[Silver] BORSAN-GLAVAN
Romania
[Bronze] HORVATH-KOLONICS
Hungary

CYCLING

WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL
[Gold] ZULFIYA ZABIROVA
Russia
[Silver] JEANNIE LONGO-CIPRELLI
France
[Bronze] CLARA HUGHES
Canada

MEN'S INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL
[Gold] MIGUEL INDURAIN
Spain
[Silver] ABRAHAM OLANO
Spain
[Bronze] CHRIS BOARDMAN
Great Britain

EQUESTRIAN

INDIVIDUAL DRESSAGE
[Gold] ISABELL WERTH
Germany, 1,915 points
[Silver] ANKY VAN GRUNSVEN
The Netherlands, 1,893
[Bronze] SVEN ROTHENBERGER
The Netherlands, 1,854

HANDBALL

WOMEN
[Gold] DENMARK
[Silver] SOUTH KOREA
[Bronze] HUNGARY

KAYAK

MEN'S 1,000M SINGLES
[Gold] KNUT HOLMANN
Norway
[Silver] BENIAMINO BONOMI
Italy
[Bronze] CLINT ROBINSON
Australia

MEN'S 1,000M DOUBLES
[Gold] ROSSI-SCARPA
Italy
[Silver] BLUHM-GUTSCHE
Germany
[Bronze] KAZANOV-DUSHEV
Bulgaria

MEN'S 1,000M FOURS
[Gold] GERMANY
[Silver] HUNGARY
[Bronze] RUSSIA

WOMEN'S 500M FOURS
[Gold] GERMANY
[Silver] SWITZERLAND
[Bronze] SWEDEN

SOCCER

MEN
[Gold] NIGERIA
[Silver] ARGENTINA
[Bronze] BRAZIL

TENNIS

MEN'S SINGLES
[Gold] ANDRE AGASSI
United States
[Silver] SERGI BRUGUERA
Spain
[Bronze] LEANDER PAES
India

WOMEN'S DOUBLES
[Gold] G. FERNANDEZ-M.J. FERNANDEZ
United States
[Silver] NOVOTNA-SUKOVA
The Czech Republic
[Bronze] SANCHEZ VICARIO-MARTINEZ
Spain

TRACK AND FIELD

WOMEN'S HIGH JUMP
[Gold] STEFKA KOSTADINOVA
Bulgaria, 6'83/4" (OR)
[Silver] NIKI BAKOGIANNI
Greece, 6'8"
[Bronze] INGA BABAKOVA
Ukraine, 6'7"

MEN'S JAVELIN
[Gold] JAN ZELEZNY
The Czech Republic, 289'3"
[Silver] STEVE BACKLEY
Great Britain, 286'10"
[Bronze] SEPPO RATY
Finland, 285'4"

WOMEN'S 4X100M RELAY
[Gold] UNITED STATES
41.95 seconds
[Silver] BAHAMAS
42.14
[Bronze] JAMAICA
42.24

MEN'S 4X100M RELAY
[Gold] CANADA
37.69 seconds
[Silver] UNITED STATES
38.05
[Bronze] BRAZIL
38.41

MEN'S 1,500M
[Gold] NOUREDDINE MORCELI
Algeria, 3:35.78
[Silver] FERMIN CACHO
Spain, 3:36.40
[Bronze] STEPHEN KIPKORIR
Kenya, 3:36.72

WOMEN'S 1,500M
[Gold] SVETLANA MASTERKOVA
Russia, 4:00.83
[Silver] GABRIELA SZABO
Romania, 4:01.54
[Bronze] THERESIA KIESL
Austria, 4:03.02

MEN'S 5,000M
[Gold] VENUSTE NIYONGABO
Burundi, 13:07.96
[Silver] PAUL BITOK
Kenya, 13:08.16
[Bronze] KHALID BOULAMI
Morocco, 13:08.37

WOMEN'S 4X400M RELAY
[Gold] UNITED STATES
3:20.91
[Silver] NIGERIA
3:21.04
[Bronze] GERMANY
3:21.14

MEN'S 4X400M RELAY
[Gold] UNITED STATES
2:55.99
[Silver] GREAT BRITAIN
2:56.60
[Bronze] JAMAICA
2:59.42

VOLLEYBALL

WOMEN
[Gold] CUBA
[Silver] CHINA
[Bronze] BRAZIL

WR=World Record; OR=Olympic Record

THE COUNT

LEADERS [Gold] [Silver] [Bronze] TOTAL

United States 42 32 23 97
Germany 18 16 25 59
Russia 26 20 12 58
China 16 22 12 50
Australia 9 9 20 38
France 15 7 14 36
Italy 12 8 11 31
South Korea 7 13 5 25
Cuba 7 7 8 22
Canada 3 10 8 21
Ukraine 7 2 11 20
Romania 4 7 8 19
Hungary 5 4 9 18
The Netherlands 3 5 10 18
Poland 7 5 4 16
Spain 5 6 5 16
Great Britain 1 8 7 16
Belarus 1 6 8 15
Bulgaria 3 6 5 14
Japan 3 6 5 14

COLOR PHOTO: DAVID E. KLUTHO Despite being knocked off stride by a South Korean, Heidi Astrup got off a shot in Denmark's handball victory; Nigeria celebrated its upset over Argentina in men's soccer. [South Korean player and Heidi Astrup]COLOR PHOTO: PASCAL GEORGE/AFP/IOPP [See caption above--Nigerian soccer team members]COLOR PHOTO: ANJA NIEDRINGHAUS/AFP PHOTO/IOPP The German men's fours kayak (above, foreground) churned to a gold medal, and Miguel Indurain of Spain pedaled to victory in the men's individual time trial. [Men's fours kayak competition]COLOR PHOTO: JASON REED/REUTERS [See caption above--Miguel Indurain]