Sullivan, a sophomore at Michigan, won the 1,500 meters, in 3:37.57, and anchored the Wolverines' victorious distance medley relay team (9:34.44) at the NCAA outdoor track and field meet. Sullivan, the Big Ten track athlete of the year, won the conference's 800 (1:50.10) and 1,500 (3:46.89) titles.
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Cliff, a senior at the Riverdale Country Day School, became the youngest fencer to win the senior foil championship at the United States Fencing Association's national tournament. He also won the junior foil crown to become the first fencer to win both titles in the same competition.
Karen, a 17-year-old gymnast for Calgary's Mount Royal Gymnastics Club, won the senior national women's tumbling championship and was named the Canadian Gymnastic Federation's athlete of the year. Earlier, she had won the world 15-17 age-group women's tumbling title in Portugal.
Eric, a junior shortstop and pitcher at Mount Carmel High, was named California's player of the year after he batted .537, stole 51 bases and went 11-1 with a 1.31 ERA and a no-hitter. He led the Sun Devils to an 11-0 win over Rancho Bernardo for the San Diego County Division I championship.
Julien, 34, earned her second Canadian badminton triple crown by winning the women's singles, women's doubles (with Si-an Deng of Vancouver) and mixed doubles (with Darryl Yung of Vancouver) national titles. She has now won 18 such crowns to go with her three Pan Am Game golds.
Skulsky, 40, set a world record for the 40-44 age group in the 200-meter breaststroke with a time of 2:37.20 at the Canadian masters swimming championships. He also set national records in the 200 individual medley (2:23.61), the 200 butterfly (2:24.25) and the 50 butterfly (0:27.60).