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World Games Results

Bantamweight, first round -- Chung Sik Choi, U.S., bye; Dicostanzo Geremia, Italy, d. Tony Gibbs, Australia; Bcom Soo Jeong, Korea, d. Alphonse Kraidy, Ivory Coast; Jesus Benito, Spain, d. Ming Hui Chang, Taiwan; Serge Langlois, Canada, bye; Rodca Miguel, Argentina, d. Jimmy de Fretes, Netherlands; Oscar Aguilar, Mexico, d. John Henry, Malaysia; Michael Pizybyla, W. Germany, bye. second round -- Geremia d. Choi; Jeong d. Benito; Langlois d. Miguel; Aguilar d. Pizybyla.

Middleweight, first round -- Jersey Long, Canada, bye; Patrice Remarek, Ivory Coast, d. Javier Mayan, Mexico; D'Oriano Jugi, Italy, d. Juan Carlo Escolano, Spain; Earl Taylor, U.S., bye; Jose Sanchez, Argentina, bye; Doong-joon Lee, Korea, d. Chih Chao Wang, Taiwan; Andreas Scheffler, W. Germany, knocked out Gerrard Von der Berg, netherlands; Damian McConachy, Australia, bye. second round -- Long d. Remarek; Jugi d. Taylor; Lee d. Sanchez; Scheffler d. McConachy. Light heavyweight, first round -- Bly BcYao, Ivory Coast, bye; Ireno Fargas, Spain, knocked out Ben Oude Luttikhuis, Netherlands; Jean Picard, Canada, d. Duvan Velez, Equador; Thomas Roth, Mexico, d. Tom Federle, U.S.; Felix Solas, Argentina, bye; Hsin-nien Sun, Taiwan, d. Carriatorz Walter, Italy; Colin Handley, Australia, d. Eugen Nefedow, W. Germnay; Jeong Chan, Korea, bye. second round -- Yao d. Fargas; Roth d. Picard; Sun TKO over Solas; Chan d. Handley. Bowling= Women's losers bracket -- Tove Walstad, Norway, d. Jacqueline Coudere, Belgium, 373-372; Toshi-Ko Ohbe, Japan, d. Frances Perez, Puerto Rico, 427-363; Warsini Rahardjo, Indonesia, d. Rith Guerster, Australia, 358-327; Yvonne Berndt, Swedsen, d. Aira Leppala, Finland, 427-353.

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Rahardjo d. Walstad, 436-354; Berndt d. Ohbe, 392-352.

Men's losers bracket -- Surachai Kasemsiriroj, Thailand, d. P.S. Nathan, Malaysia, 421-368; Frank Maes, Belgium, d. Mats Karlsson, Sweden, 404-383; Paeng Nepomuceno, Philippines, d. Nikko Kaartinen, Finland, 442-428; Edward Lee, Hong Kong, d. Neville Robinson, Britain, 343-0342. Maes d. Kasemsiriroj, 373-367; Nepomucesno d. Lee, 408-329.

Women's winners bracket -- Liliane Gregori, France, d. Porntip Singha, Thailand, 380-367; Mary Lou Vining, U.S., d. Irene Gronert, Netherlands, 371-360. Men's winners bracket -- Arne Strom, Norway, d. Chris Batson, Australia, 399-359; Ernst Berndt, Austria, D. Utz Dehler, W. Germany, 468-358. Roller Speed Skating= Men's 20,000 meter final -- 1. Scott Constantine, New Zealand, 40:03.43. 2. Guiseppe Cruciani, Italy, 40:38.02. 3. Moreno Bagnoli, Italy, 40:38.06. 4. Danny Van De Perre, Belgium, 40:38.02. 5. Tom Peterson, U.S., disqualified from 3rd, no time credited. 6. Hermes Fossi, Italy, 40:39.02. 7. Augustin Ramirez, Colombia, 40:39.04. 8 (tie). Robb Dunn, U.S., Dimitri Van Cauwenberghe, Belgium, Serge Plante, Canada, 40:39.08. 11. Chuck Jackson, U.S., 40:40.04. 12. Humberto Triana, Colombia, 40:40.06. 13. Doug Blair, Canada, 40:42.08. Women's 5,000 meter final -- 1. Monica Lucchese, Italy, 10:18.90. 2. Paola Sometti, Italy, 10:19.01. 3. Annie Lambrechts, Belgium, 10:19.53. 4. Marry Barriere, U.S., 10:19.80. 5. Paola Christofori, Italy, 10:20.49.6. Sue Dooley, U.S., 10:24.79. 7. Fiona Wass, New Zealand, 10:25.53. 8. Darlene Kessinger, U.S., 10:31.03. 9. Christine DeClerk, Belgium, 10:34.59. Roller Skating Hockey= Italy 4, Chile 3; Argentina 6, Brazil 2; U.S. 2, Portugal 2.

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Men's tumbling preliminaries -- 1. Steve Elliott, U.S., 33.8. 2. Randy Wickstrom, U.S., 31.38. 3. Tim Cleave, Canada, 24.90. 4. Steve Cooper, U.S., 24.48. 5. Carlos Villarreal, U.S., 22.90. 6. Ty Binfet, Canada, 21.20. 7. Daryl Scheeler, Canada, 19.55. 8. Carl Heger, U.S., 11.10. Women's tumbling preliminaries -- 1. Angie Whiting, U.S., 31.15. 2. Kristi Laman, U.S., 30.40. 3. Stacey Hansen, U.S., 28.45. 4. Gina Garcia, U.S., 23.47. 5. Charlene Zowty, Canada, 23.10.6. Chris Patterson, U.S., 22.60. 7. Kay Davis, U.S., 21.88. 8. Jackie Blanchet, Canada, 19.80. 9. Sherri Newman, U.S., 18.60. 10. Beverly Beres, Canada, 17.02. 11. Jesica Knaff, U.S., 16.63. add Taekwondo= Finweight final -- Ki-mun Kwan d. Reinhard Lamger, W. Germany; Dae Sung Lee, U.S., d. Codazzo Aldo, Italy. Gold, Kwan. Silver, Lee. Bronze, Langer and Codazzo Aldo, Italy.

Flyweight final -- Ki-mo Yang, Korea, d. Maelionico Domenico, Italy; Francisco Benito, Spain, d. Fernando Celada, Mexico. Gold, Yang. Silver, Benito. Bronze, Domenico and Celada.

Heavyweight final -- Darrell Hanegan, Canada, d. Park Chong Man, Korea. Gold, Hanegan. Silver, Man. Bronze, Harry Prijs, Netherlands, and Miguel Esquivel, Mexico.

Men's winners bracket -- Arne Strom, Norway, d. Neville Robinson, Britain, 407-352; Chris Batson, Australia, d. Mats Karlsson, Sweden, 425-411; Ernst Berndt, Austria, d. Paeng Nepomuceno, Philippines, 377-360; Utz Dehler, W. Germany, d. Surachi Kasemsiriroj, Thailand, 403-383.

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Women's winners bracket -- Portnip Singha, Thailand, d. Airi Leppaia, Finland, 392-371; Liliane Gregori, France, d. Ruth Guerster, Australia, 385-369; Mary Lou Vinin, U.S., d. Frances Perez, Puerto Rico, 336-335; Irene Gronert, Netherlands, d. Tove Walstad, Norway, 374-360.

Men's losers bracket -- P. S. Nathan, Malaysia, d. Young Gak Kim, Korea, 376-355; Frank Maes, Belgium, d. Jim Lindquist, U.S., 373-369; Mikko Kaartinen, Finland, d. Ryuichiro Goto, Japan, 406-359; Edward Lee, Hong Kong, d. Philippe Dubois, France, 463-356. Women's losers bracket -- Jackqueline Coudere, Belgium, d. Hilde Reitermaier, 365-325; Warsini Rahardjo, Indonesia, d. Judy Peterson, Canada, 370-335; Yvonne Berndt, Sweden, d. Gillian Holt, Britain, 450-353. add Trampoline= Women's mini final -- 1. Christine Tough, Canada, 22.5. 2. Beth Fairchild, U.S., 22.4. 3. Nora Lehto, Canada, 22.3. 4. Mary Borkowski, U.S., 21.9.5. Chris Sullivan, U.S., 21.4. 6. Barbara Lehto, Canada, 21.1. 7. Jay Davis, U.S., 20.4.

Men's mini final -- 1. Brett Brown, Canada, 24.2. 2. Karl Heger, U.S., 24.0. 3. Tim Cleave, Canada, 23.2. 4. Mark Biech, Canada, 22.1. 5. Carlos Villarreal, U.S., 21.7. 6. Alain Gauthier, Canada, 21.1.7. Steve Elliot, U.S., 20.7. 8. Paul Rugheimer, U.S., 19.5.

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Men's synchronized final -- 1. Carl Heger-Steve Elliot, U.S. 2. Paul Rugheimer-Carlos Villarreal, U.S. 3. Brett Brown-Alan Gauthier, Canada.

Women's synchronized final -- 1. Norman and Barbara Lehto, Canada. 2. Beth Fairchild-Mary Borkowski, U.S. Baseball= United States 11, Australia 7; Korea 7, Panama 6.

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