Ryan Chalmers, Churchville, N.Y.
Ryan, 9, competing in the 7-9 age division, set a national record in the boys' Softball toss, with a throw of 14.84 meters at the U.S. junior wheelchair championships. He also won gold in the 100,200,400 and 800 meters and in the 4 x 100 relay.
Libby Callahan, Upper Marlboro, Md.
Callahan, 46, a Washington, D.C., police officer, won the national women's sport pistol championship by scoring 1,254.9 points to defeat Lauren Santibanez of San Diego by 11.1 points. Callahan also finished second in the women's air pistol competition.
Jere Sullivan, Hartland, Wis.
Sullivan, 72, skippered Bacchant to victory in the handicap division of the Chicago Yacht Club's Race to Mackinac, with a corrected time of 36:14:07 The win was the first in 19 attempts for Sullivan and Bacchant, which, at 63 years, was the oldest yacht in the race.
Anne Kursinski, Flemington, N.J.
Kursinski, 39, was top qualifier for the U.S.'s world show-jumping-championships team. Riding Eros, she finished the eight selection trials with a low score of 8.5 total faults. A two-time Olympic silver medalist in team show-jumping, she also placed third in the trials with 17.75 faults on Indeed.
Larry Wade, Elgin, Texas
Track and Field
Wade, a senior at Texas A&M, completed an undefeated year by winning the 110-meter hurdles at the NCAA outdoor meet. He also won the 1998 national college indoor title in the 55-meter hurdles. His last loss was in the 110 hurdles at last year's NCAA outdoor.
Ann Etheredge, Birmingham
Etheredge, 42, a tennis pro, won her second 40-division USTA senior women's grass-court title by beating defending champion Tina Karwasky, 45, of Glendale, Calif., 6-4, 6-2. Etheredge lost to Karwasky in the finals last year after having defeated her in 1996.