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Track & Field Results;NEWLN:World Championships At Rome, Sept. 1

Men's 110-meter hurdles, first round

(Top two in each heat plus next six best times qualify for semifinals)

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Heat 1 -- 1, Greg Foster, Chino Hills, Calif., 13.20 seconds. 2, Colin Jackson, Britain, 13.37. 3, Carlos Sala, Spain, 13.48. 4, Jiri Hudec, Czechoslovakia, 13.48. 5, Florian Schwarthoff, France, 13.72. 6, Fabien Niederhaeuser, Switzerland, 14.04. 7, Erik Jensen, Denmark, 14.05. 8, Mauricio Carranza, El Salvador, 15.67.

Heat 2 -- 1, Mark McCoy, Canada, 13.50. 2, Arto Bryggare, Finland, 13.62. 3, Krzysztof Platek, Poland, 13.63. 4, Pereira Campos, Brazil, 13.91. 5, Andrew Parker, Jamaica, 13.94. 6, Zhicheng Yu, China, 13.97. 7, Antonio Lanau, Spain, 14.25. 8, Ching Jing Wu, Paipei, 14.45.

Heat 3 -- 1, Jon Ridgeon, Britain, 13.46. 2, Alexandr Markin, Soviet Union, 13.56. 3, Ales Hoffer, Czechoslovakia, 13.70. 4, Mikael Ylostalo, Finland, 13.90. 5, Ulf Soederman, Sweden, 14.01. 6, Luigi Bertocchi, Italy, 14.02. 7, Judex Lefou, Mauritius, 14.35. Javier Moracho, Spain, dns.

Heat 4 -- 1, Jack Pierce, Woodbury, N.J., 13.61. 2, Nigel Walker, Britain, 13.62. 3, Igor Kananov, Soviet Union, 13.80. 4, Thomas James Kearns, Ireland, 14.02. 5, Derek Knowles, Bahamas, 14.39. 6, Joao Lima, Portugal, 14.41. Jean Marc Muster, Switzerland, ret. Stephen Kerho, Canada, dns.

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Heat 5 -- 1, Stephane Caristan, France, 13.44. 2, Gyoergy Bakos, Hungary, 13.76. 3, Cletus Clark, Houston, 13.81. 4, Michael Tozzi, France, 13.82. 5, Gianni Tozzi, Italy, 13.87. 6, Sergej Usov, Soviet Union, 13.90. Alain Cuypers, Belgium, ret. 200 meters, first round (Top four in each heat plus next eight best times advance to second round)

Heat 1 -- Floyd Heard, U.S. 20.37 seconds. 2, Vladimir Krylov, Soviet Union, 20.77. 3, Peter Klein, France, 20.89. 4, Mustapha Selmi, Algeria, 21.14. 5, Nelson Boateng, Ghana, 21.19. 6, Harouna Pale, Burkina Vaso, 21.26. 7, Dazel Jule, Trinidad, 21.53. Linford Christie, Britain, dns.

Heat 2 -- 1, Attila Kovacs, Hungary, 20.77. 2, Bruno-Marie Rose, France, 20.82.3, Besik Gotsiridze, Soviet Union, 20.89. 4, Sergio Querol, Cuba, 20.94. 5,. Stefano Tilli, Italy, 21.01. 6, Feng Li, China, 21.47. 7, Felix Sandy, Sierra Leone, 21.67. 8, Yaya Seyba, Mali, 21.93.

Heat 3 -- 1, Giles Queneherve, France, 20.59. 2, Clive Wright, Jamaica, 20.88. 3, Achmed De Kom, Holland, 21.11. 4, Volker Westhagemann, France, 21.15. 5, Neville Hodge, Virgin Islands, 21.33. 6, Haron Mindir, Singapore, 21.51. 7, John Dinan, Australia, 21.62. 8, Mark Sherwin, Cook Islands, 23.41.

Heat 4 -- 1. Robson da Silva, Brazil, 20.56. 2, Atlee Mahorn, Canada, 20.62. 3, Andress Berger, Austria, 21.06. 4, Andrey Fyodorov, Soviet Union, 21.06. 5, Istavan Nagy, Hungary, 21.06. 6, Luis Barroso, Portugal, 21.15. 7, Wing Kwong Leung, Hong Kong, 21.48. 8, Mehdi Sahim Saleh, Yemen, 23.07.

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Heat 5 -- 1, Calvin Smith, Tampa, Fla., 20.62. 2, Daniel Sangouma, France, 20.84. 3, Simon Kipkemboi, Kenya, 20.84. 4, Christian Haas, France, 20.96. 5, Jindrich Roun, Czechoslovakia, 21.04. 6, Ian Morris, Trinidad, 21.36. 7, Takale Tuna, New Guinea, 22.06. 8, Suli Peauope, Tonga, 22.45.

Heat 6 -- 1, John Regis, Britain, 20.76. 2, Pierfrancesco Pavoni, Italy, 20.80. 3, Wallace Spearmon, Fayetteville, Ark., 20.82. 4, Arnaldo Silva, Brazil, 21.03. 5, Robert Stone, Australia, 21.23. 6, Alvin Daniel, Trinidad, 21.37. 7, Epacua Borabota, Equatorial Guinea, 23.66. Hammer Final -- 1, Sergei Litinov, Soviet Union, 272 feet, 6 inches. 2, Yuri Tamm, Soviet Union, 265-3. 3, Ralf Haber, East Germany, 264-11. 4, Christoph Sahner, West Germany, 264-4. 5, Igor Nikulin, Soviet Union, 262-1. 6, Heinz Weis, West Germany, 262-1. 7, Tibor Gecsek, Hungary, 254-5. 8, Plamen Minev, Bulgaria, 252-10. 9, Guenther Rodehau, East Germany, 249-11. 10, Ivan Tanev, Soviet Union, 249-4. 11, Walter Ciofani, France, 247-2. 12, Harri Huhtaa, Finland, 246-0. 400-meter hurdles Final -- 1, Edwin Moses, Newport Beach, Calif., 47.46 seconds. 2, Danny Harris, Ames, Iowa, 47.48. 3, Harald Schmid, West Germany, 47.48. 4, Sven Nylander, Sweden, 48.37. 5, Amadou Dia Ba, Senegal, 48.37. 6, Henry Amike, Nigeria, 48.63. 7, Kriss Akabusi, Britain, 48.74. 8, Jose Alonso, Spain, 49.46.

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