EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J.
Zhuang, 31, the current national table tennis champion, teamed with Jimmy Butler of Augusta, Ga., and Cheng Yinghua of Rockville, Md., to lead the U.S. to a berth in the semifinals of the 1995 Table Tennis World Team Cup in Atlanta. The finish was the best American showing in 58 years.
Kwiatkowski, 26, won the all-events championship at the 92nd American Bowling Congress Championship Tournament in Reno. Kwiatkowski bowled three-game series of 762, 697 and 732 to register the winning total of 2,191, the fourth-highest score ever at the event.
TROPHY CLUB, TEXAS
Erin, now a freshman at Justin Northwest High, won three gold medals at the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation State Games in Dallas. Erin took the girls 13-14 age group title in the 50-yard freestyle (26.77), the 50-yard butterfly (29.99) and the 100-yard individual medley (1:08.23).
Hall, 26, outsailed a strong fleet to win the U.S. Olympic Festival sailing gold medal in the Laser class. A graduate of Brown, Hall also won the Laser North American Championship in San Francisco earlier this year, defeating a field of 88 other sailors.
Smucker won the White River 50 Mile Trail Run in Greenwater, Wash., covering the course, which included 9,000 feet in climbing, in a record-setting 6:56:56. Earlier this year, Smucker, 41, won the Winterhawk 50 Mile Trail Race for the fifth consecutive year, in 6:15:00.
Iris, 14, won the individual foil fencing title at the U.S. Olympic Festival, defeating Sarah Walsh of Mishawaka, Ind., 15-13. Last year, with her victory in the cadet class for fencers under age 15, Iris became the first American fencer ever to win a world championship.