SUNDAY'S SCORES AND RESULTS



BASEBALL
Cuba 4, Australia 1
Japan 12, Italy 0, 7 innings
Canada 7, Taiwan 0
Netherlands 11, Greece 0
BASKETBALL
Men
Lithuania 78, Angola 73
Italy 71, New Zealand 69
Spain 83, China 58
Argentina 83, Serbia-Montenegro 82
Puerto Rico 92, United States 73
Greece 76, Australia 54
FIELD HOCKEY
Men
Australia 4, New Zealand 1
South Africa 2, Argentina 1
Spain 1, South Korea 1
Germany 2, Pakistan 1
Britain 3, Egypt 1
Netherlands 3, India 1
SOCCER
Men
Iraq 2, Costa Rica 0
Ghana 2, Paraguay 1
Portugal 2, Morocco 1
Italy 3, Japan 2
SOFTBALL
Japan 6, Taiwan 0
Italy 7, China 5
United States 10, Australia 0, 5 innings
Greece 2, Canada 0
TEAM HANDBALL
Women
Hungary 28, China 24
Brazil 29, Greece 21
Angola 24, Spain 24, tie
Denmark 35, France 26
VOLLEYBALL
Men
Poland 3, Serbia-Montenegro 0 (25-21, 25-17, 25-16)
Netherlands 3, Russia 2 (25-23, 19-25, 17-25, 27-25, 18-16)
Argentina 3, France 0 (25-15, 25-23, 25-22)
Brazil 3, Australia 1 (23-25, 25-19, 25-12, 25-21)
Greece 3, Tunisia 0 (25-20, 25-14, 25-17)
Italy 3, United States 1 (25-21, 21-25, 25-17, 25-23)
WATER POLO
Men
Australia 14, Egypt 3
Russia 5, Kazakhstan 2
Hungary 6, Serbia-Montenegro 4
Spain 5, Italy 4
Germany 5, Greece 4
United States 7, Croatia 6
CYCLING (ROAD)
Women's Road Race
1. Sara Carrigan, Australia, 3:24:24.
2. Judith Arndt, Germany, 3:24:31, 7 seconds behind.
3. Olga Slyusareva, Russia, 3:25:03, 39 seconds behind.
4. Oenone Wood, Australia, 3:25:03, same time.
5. Nicole Cooke, Britain, 3:25:03, same time.
6. Mirjam Melchers, Netherlands, 3:25:06, 42 seconds behind.
7. Joane Somarriba, Spain, 3:25:06, same time.
8. Kristin Armstrong, Boise, Idaho, 3:25:06, same time.
Other U.S. finishers
15. Christine Thorburn, Davenport, Iowa, 3:25:42, 1:18 behind.
16. Dede Barry, Boulder, Colo., 3:25:42, same time.
FENCING
Semifinals
Laura Flessel-Colovic, France, def. Ildiko Mincza, Hungary, 15-14, 8:33, 0:21.
Timea Nagy, Hungary, def. Maureen Nisima, France, 15-14, 9:00, 0:11.
Bronze Medal
Maureen Nisima, France, def. Ildiko Mincza, Hungary, 15-12, 8:40.
Gold Medal
Timea Nagy, Hungary, def. Laura Flessel-Colovic, France, 15-10, 4:26.
JUDO
Men's 66 Kg
Semifinals
Jozef Krnac, Slovakia, def. Yordanis Arencibia Verdecia, Cuba, Ippon, Kouchi-gaeshi, 5:00.
Masato Uchishiba, Japan, def. Georgi Georgiev, Bulgaria, Ippon, Kata-guruma, 0:43.
Bronze Medal Contest 1
Georgi Georgiev, Bulgaria, def. Oscar Penas, Spain, 0000x-0000x, Golden Score.
Bronze Medal Contest 2
Yordanis Arencibia Verdecia, Cuba, def. David Margoshvili, Georgia, Waza-ari awasete Ippon, 0:25.
Gold Medal
Masato Uchishiba, Japan, def. Jozef Krnac, Slovakia, Ippon, Sumi-otoshi, 1:46.
Women's 52 Kg
Semifinals
Dongmei Xian, China, def. Annabelle Euranie, France, Ippon, Ura-nage, 1:38.
Yuki Yokosawa, Japan, def. Amarilys Savon Carmenate, Cuba, Ippon, Sode-tsurikomi-goshi, 5:00.
Bronze Medal Contest 1
Amarilys Savon Carmenate, Cuba, def. Salima Souakri, Algeria, Ippon, Tomoe-nage, 2:33.
Bronze Medal Contest 2
Ilse Heylen, Belgium, def. Annabelle Euranie, France, 0001S1-0001x, Golden Score.
Gold Medal
Dongmei Xian, China, def. Yuki Yokosawa, Japan, Ippon, Yoko-shiho-gatame, 1:06.
SHOOTING
Men's Trap
1. Alexei Alipov, Russia (124, 25), 149.
2. Giovanni Pellielo, Italy (122, 24), 146.
3. Adam Vella, Australia (121, 24), 145.
4. Ahmed Almaktoum, United Arab Emirates (121, 23), 144.
5. Lance Bade, Vancouver, Wash. (122, 21), 143.
6. Khaled Almudhaf, Kuwait (121, 20), 141.
7. Olaf Kirchstein, Germany (119), 119.
8. Michael Diamond, Australia (119), 119.
Other U.S. finisher
13. Bret Erickson, Bennington, Neb. (118), 118.
Women's 10m Air Pistol
1. x-Olena Kostevych, Ukraine (384, 99.3), 483.3.
2. Jasna Sekaric, Serbia-Montenegro (387, 96.3), 483.3.
3. x-Maria Grozdeva, Bulgaria (386, 96.3), 482.3.
4. Jie Ren, China (384, 98.3), 482.3.
5. x-Natalia Paderina, Russia (386, 95.9), 481.9.
6. Munkhbayar Dorjsuren, Germany (385, 96.9), 481.9.
7. Cornelia Froelich, Switzerland (384, 97.5), 481.5.
8. Irada Ashumova, Azerbaijan (386, 95.4), 481.4.
U.S. finishers
16. Rebecca Snyder, Grand Junction, Colo. (380), 380.0.
30. Elizabeth Callahan, Columbia, S.C. (374), 374.0.
SWIMMING
Men
100 Breaststroke
1. Kosuke Kitajima, Japan, 1:00.08.
2. Brendan Hansen, Haverton, Pa., 1:00.25.
3. Hugues Duboscq, France, 1:00.88.
4. Mark Gangloff, Akron, Ohio, 1:01.17.
5. Vladislav Polyakov, Kazakhstan, 1:01.34.
6. James Gibson, Britain, 1:01.36.
7. Darren Mew, Britain, 1:01.66.
8. Oleg Lisogor, Ukraine, 1:02.42.
4 X 100m Freestyle Relay
1. South Africa (Roland Mark Schoeman, 48.17; Lyndon Ferns, 48.13; Darian Townsend, 48.96; Ryk Neethling, 47.91), 3:13.17.
2. Netherlands (Johan Kenkhuis, 49.81; Mitja Zastrow, 49.25; Klaas-Erik Zwering, 48.51; Pieter van den Hoogenband, 46.79), 3:14.36.
3. United States (Ian Crocker, Portland, Maine, 50.05; Michael Phelps, Towson, Md., 48.74; Neil Walker, Verona, Wis., 47.97; Jason Lezak, Irvine, Calif., 47.86), 3:14.62.
4. Russia (Andrey Kapralov, 49.27; Evgeny Lagunov, 49.17; Denis Pimankov, 49.25; Alexander Popov, 48.06), 3:15.75.
4. Italy (Lorenzo Vismara, 49.16; Filippo Magnini, 48.30; Michele Scarica, 49.21; Christian Galenda, 49.08), 3:15.75.
6. Australia (Michael Klim, 49.37; Todd Pearson, 49.07; Eamon Sullivan, 49.19; Ian Thorpe, 48.14), 3:15.77.
7. France (Romain Barnier, 49.65; Julien Sicot, 49.31; Fabien Gilot, 48.95; Frederick Bousquet, 48.32), 3:16.23.
8. Germany (Jens Schreiber, 49.88; Lars Conrad, 48.72; Torsten Spanneberg, 49.24; Stefan Herbst, 49.34), 3:17.18.
Women
100 Butterfly
1. Petria Thomas, Australia, 57.72.
2. Otylia Jedrzejczak, Poland, 57.84.
3. Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 57.99.
4. Jess Schipper, Australia, 58.22.
5. Jennifer Thompson, Dover, N.H., 58.72.
6. Martina Moravcova, Slovakia, 58.96.
7. Alena Popchanka, Belarus, 59.06.
8. Junko Onishi, Japan, 59.83.
400 Freestyle
1. Laure Manaudou, France, 4:05.34.
2. Otylia Jedrzejczak, Poland, 4:05.84.
3. Kaitlin Sandeno, Lake Forest, Calif., 4:06.19.
4. Camelia Alina Potec, Romania, 4:06.34.
5. Ai Shibata, Japan, 4:07.51.
6. Sachiko Yamada, Japan, 4:10.91.
7. Linda Mackenzie, Australia, 4:10.92.
8. Rebecca Cooke, Britain, 4:11.35.
WEIGHTLIFTING
Men
56Kg
1. Halil Mutlu, Turkey, (1, 135.00-298; 1, 160.00-353), 295.00 kg.-650 pounds.
2. Wu Meijin, China, (2, 130.00-287; 2, 157.50-347), 287.50-634.
3. Sedat Artuc, Turkey, (4, 125.00-276; 3, 155.00-342), 280.00-617.
4. Vitali Dzerbianiou, Belarus, (3, 127.50-281; 6, 152.50-336), 280.00-617.
5. Oscar Albeiro Figueroa Mosquera, Colombia, (5, 125.00-276; 5, 155.00-342), 280.00-617.
6. Adrian Ioan Jigau, Romania, (7, 120.00-265; 4, 155.00-342), 275.00-606.
7. Laszlo Tancsics, Hungary, (6, 122.50-270; 7, 150.00-331), 272.50-601.
8. Jadi Setiadi, Indonesia, (9, 117.50-259; 8, 145.00-320), 262.50-579.
Women
53Kg
1. Udomporn Polsak, Thailand, (1, 97.50-215; 1, 125.00-276), 222.50 kg.-491 pounds.
2. Raema Lisa Rumbewas, Indonesia, (2, 95.00-209; 2, 115.00-254), 210.00-463.
3. Mabel Mosquera Mena, Colombia, (3, 87.50-193; 3, 110.00-243), 197.50-435.
4. Thingbaijam Sanamacha Chanu, India, (6, 82.50-182; 4, 107.50-237), 190.00-419.
5. Marioara Munteanu, Romania, (5, 85.00-187; 5, 105.00-232), 190.00-419.
6. Nastassia Novikava, Belarus, (4, 87.50-193; 7, 102.50-226), 190.00-419.
7. Dika Toua, Papua New Guinea, (7, 75.00-165; 6, 102.50-226), 177.50-391.
8. Virginie Lachaume, France, (8, 75.00-165; 8, 100.00-221), 175.00-386.

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