Gregg Norton, GREENSBURG, PA.
Tough Cop Competition
Norton, 32, won the "toughest cop alive" competition at the International Law Enforcement Games in Ottawa. The contest consisted of a 5K run, shot put, 100-meter dash, 100-meter swim, rope climb, bench press, pull-ups and an obstacle course.
Louise Wilson, GOSHEN, KY.
Wilson, 72, won the 79th annual Women's Falls Cities golf tournament at the New Albany Country Club 50 years after she first won the event. Wilson has won the tournament nine times and in five decades, skipping only the 1970s.
Danon Beatty, BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
Danon, 15, won the USTA Girls' 16 Super National hard-court championships in San Diego as a ninth seed without losing a set in the tournament. Earlier this year she and her father, Chuck, won the national father-daughter hard-court championships.
Jeremy Scott, NORFOLK, NEB.
Track and Field
Scott, a senior at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa., set a meet record of 18'2�" in the pole vault at the North America, Central America and Caribbean Under-25 Championships in San Antonio. Scott was the Division III indoor and outdoor champion this year.
Shoshana Clark, POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.
Clark, a Williams College senior, led the Ephs to a national title in the first-ever Division III women's championships, in Indianapolis. She was named first-team All-America by the Collegiate Rowing Association for the fourth straight year.
Lucille Borgen, BABSON PARK, FLA.
Borgen, 89, won slalom and tricks titles in the 80-plus age group at the Water Ski National Championships in Sante Fe, Texas. Borgen, who started skiing in tournaments at age 46, has competed in the event annually since 1975 and has won titles every year.
Clare Wooddall-Gainey, ROANOKE, VA.
Clare, 15, broke her own meet records in two freestyle races at the YMCA National Long Course Championships in College Park, Md., as she led Roanoke to an overall title. Her times were 26.49 in the 50-meter and 57.86 in the 100-meter.