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U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM QUALIFIERS
CYCLING—WOMEN'S ROAD RACE: Rebecca Twigg, Seattle; Connie Carpenter, Boulder, Colo.; Inga Thompson, Reno; Janelle Parks, Dayton. MEN'S ROAD RACE: Alexi Grewal, Aspen, Colo.; Ron Kiefel, Wheatridge, Colo.; Doug Shapiro, Boulder, Colo.; Chris Carmichael, Miami. 100-KM TEAM TIME TRIAL: Davis Phinney, Boulder, Colo.; Andrew Weaver, Coral Springs, Fla.; Thurlow Rogers, Van Nuys, Calif.; Roy Knickman, Ventura, Calif. 1,000-METER TIME TRIAL: Rory O'Reilly, Palo Alto, Calif. SPRINTS: Mark Gorski, La Jolla, Calif.; Nelson Vails, New York City. INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT: Leonard Nitz, Sacramento; Steve Hegg, Dana Point, Calif. TEAM PURSUIT: Brent Emery, Milwaukee; Dave Grylls, San Diego; Pat McDonough, Long Beach, Calif.; Mark Whitehead, Whittier, Calif. POINTS RACE: Danny Van Haute, Chicago; John Beckman, Beaverton, Ore.
SOCCER—Chico Borja, Newark; David Brcic, St. Louis; Kevin Crow, San Diego; Ricky Davis, San Clemente, Calif.; Angelo DiBernardo, Chicago; Jeff Durgan, Tacoma, Wash.; Michael Fox, La-Verne, Calif.; Jeff Hooker, Walnut, Calif.; Tom Kain, Wall, N.J.; Erhardt Kapp, Ridgewood, N.Y.; Steve Moyers, Florissant, Mo.; Hugo Perez, San Diego; Bruce Savage, Hollywood, Fla.; Jamie Swanner, St. Louis; Kazbek Tambi, Ridgewood, N.J.; Gregg Thompson, Stillwater, Minn.; Jean Willrich, San Diego.
BOXING—BILLY COSTELLO retained his WBC super lightweight title with a 12-round unanimous decision over Ronnie Shields in the champion's hometown of Kingston, N.Y.
Ronnie Black came from seven strokes back with an eight-under-par 63 in the final round to win a $350,000 PGA event in Williamsburg, Va. Black finished with a 17-under-par 267, one stroke better than the score of runner-up Willie Wood.
HARNESS RACING—PRAISED DIGNITY ($13.60), driven by Bill Popfinger, beat Major Force by three-fourths of a length to win the $643,000 Lawrence B. Sheppard Pace at Yonkers Raceway. The 2-year-old colt covered the mile in 1:59[3/5].
HORSE RACING—SABIN ($3.40), with Eddie Maple in the irons, won the $119,800 Sheepshead Bay Handicap on the turf at Belmont Park by two lengths over Thirty Flags. The 4-year-old filly covered the 1? miles in 2:12[4/5], a stakes record.