Jaycie, 15, and Robin, 13, won the senior and junior all-around titles, respectively, at the U.S. Gymnastics Classic in Birmingham. The Phelpses, who are not related, are both members of the Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy. Jaycie, a sophomore-to-be at Northwest High, won the senior title by defeating 1994 national champion Dominique Dawes 77.680 to 77.360. Jaycie also won the balance beam, floor exercise and uneven bars competitions at the meet. In her first major national meet Robin, an eighth-grader-to-be at Sycamore Junior High, won the junior all-around title and the vault, and finished second on the uneven bars.
Myden, 21, set new Canadian national swimming records in both the 200- and 400-meter individual medleys at the Maritime Life Nationals in Winnipeg. In both the 200 (2:01.24) and the 400 (4:16.90) Myden surpassed Alex Baumann's gold medal times from the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Myden also won gold medals in both the 200 IM and the 400 IM at this year's Pan Am Games. Howard, 19, broke the longest-standing record in Canadian swimming, the women's 100-meter backstroke, at the Maritime Life Nationals. Howard's time of 1:03.22 topped Nancy Garapick's mark of 1:03.28 set at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal.
Jheanell, 11, won the gold medal in the 60-meter dash and the long jump and set a Canadian age-group record of 20.0 seconds in the 150-meter dash at the Quebec Provincial Track and Field Championships. Earlier she also won the same three events at the Laval ( Quebec) Invitational.
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Marcy, a 17-year-old senior-to-be at Ledford High, won the U.S. Girls Junior Golf Championship by defeating Andrea Cordova of Fresno, Calif., 4 and 3. Marcy, who also played on the North Carolina Class 2A basketball champions, won this year after a first-round loss in the 1994 Championship.