Norton Davey, OCEANSIDE, CALIF.
Davey, 83, became the oldest person to qualify for the Ironman Triathlon World Championship when he won the 80-plus age group in the Half Ironman California Triathlon. He completed the 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile cycle and 13.1-mile run in 8:34:09.
J.B. Haglund, BRENTWOOD, TENN.
Track and Field
Haglund, a senior at Haverford (Pa.) College, was named outstanding men's track athlete at the NCAA Division III championships after he won the 5,000- and 10,000-meter races. He also won championships in the fall and winter racing seasons.
Sarah Bennis, POWNAL, MAINE
Sarah, a senior righthander at Greely High in Cumberland, pitched three consecutive perfect games to close the regular season. She had an ERA of .240 this year and is the school's career leader in wins (49) and strikeouts (365).
Jonathan Khan, TUCSON
Jonathan, 13, shot a final-round 62 to win his age group in the International Junior Golf Tour's Tournament of Champions at the Grand Cypress Resort in Orlando. He was nine under par for the 54-hole tournament.
Meagan DiCave, EDDYSTONE, PA.
DiCave, a senior attack at Virginia Wesleyan, led Division III in scoring with 70 goals and also had 59 assists. Her 129 points was the highest across all NCAA divisions. DiCave holds 12 career, season or single-game records in her school's five-year-old program.
Harry Shatel, MORRISTOWN, N.J.
Shatel, 58, became the winningest coach in New Jersey high school baseball history this season, with a record of 660-288-7. He has won 11 county championships, six state sectional championships and one state tide in his 34 years with the Morristown Colonials.
Amber Gazverde, FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS
Gazverde, a sophomore at Central Missouri State, was named women's collegiate bowler of the year by the Bowling Writers Association of America and the National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association. She led the Jennies with a 212.5 average.