Equestrain THREE-DAY INDIVIDUAL EVENT -- 1, Federico Euro Roman, Italy, Rossinan (dressage 54.40, endurance test 49.2, jumping 5.00), 108.60 points; 2, Aleksander Blinov Soviet Union, Galzun (64.40, 56.40, 5.00), 120.80; 3, Yuri Sainilov, Soviet Union, Printset (53.00, 93.6, 5.00), 151.60; 4, Valery Volkov, Soviet Union, Tskheti (54.00 125.6, 5.00), 184.60; 5, Tzvetan, Dontchev, Bulgaria, Medisson (66.40, 114.4, 5.00), 185.80. TEAM COMPETITION -- 1 Soviet Union (Aleksander Blinov, Galzun, 120.80; Yuri Salnikov, Pintset, 151.60; Valery Volkov, Tskheti, 184.60), 457.00; 2, Italy, 656.20; 3, Mexico, 1,172.85; 4, Hungary, 1,603.40; 5, Poland.

Fencing WOMEN'S TEAM FOIL -- 1, France (Brigitte Latri-Gaudin Pascale Trinquet Isabelle Boeri-Begard, Veronique Brouquier); 2, Soviet Union; 3, Hungary.

Judo 209 POUNDS -- 1, Robert Van De Walle, Belgium, def. 2, Tengiz Khubuluri Soviet Union; 3, tie, Dietmar Lorenz, East Germany, and Henk Numan, Holland. 209 POUNDS AND OVER -- 1, Angelo Parisi, France, def. 2, Dimitar Zaprianov, Bulgaria; 3, Vladimir Kocman, Czechoslovakia def. Woiciech Reszko, Poland; Kocman def. Paul Radburn, Great Britian; 3, Radomir Kovacevic, Yugoslavia def. Myong Gyu Kim, North Korea.

Weightlifting 198 POUNDS -- 1, Peter Baczako, Hungary 832.2 pounds; 2, Roumen Alexandrov, Bulgaria 826.7; 3, Frank Mantek, East Germany, 815.7; 4, Dalibor Rehaz Czechoslovakia 804.6; 5, Wiltold Walo, Poland 793.6.

Track & Field MEN'S 10,000 METERS -- 1, Miruts Yifter, Ethiopia, 27:42.7; 2, Kaarlo Maaninka, Finland 27:44.3; 3, Mohammed Kedir Ethiopia, 27:44.7; 4, Tolossa Kotu, Ethiopia, 27:46.5; 5, Lasse Viren, Finland, 27:50.5. MEN'S 110-METER HURDLES -- 1, Thomas Munkelt, East Germany, 13.39; 2, Aleiandro Casahas, Cuba, 13.30; 3, Aleksander Puchkov, Soviet Union, 13.44; 4, Andrei Prokofev, Soviet Union, 13.49; 5, Jan Pusty, Poland, 13.68. MEN'S JAVELIN -- 1, Daini Kula, Soviet Union, 229-2 3/8; 2, Aleksander Mararov, Soviet Union, 249-1 1/8; 3, Wolfgang Hanisch, East Germany, 284-5 7/8; 4, Kheino Puuste, Soviet Union, 282-5 1/2; 5, Antero Puranen, Finland, 279-3 1/8. WOMEN'S 800 -- 1, Nadezhda Olizarenko, Soviet Union, 1:53.5 (breaks world record of 1:54.90, Olizarenko and Tatanya Kazankina, Soviet Union, 1980); 2, Olga Mineyeva, Soviet Union, 1:54.9; 3, Tatyana Providokhina, Soviet Union, 1:55.5; 4, Martina Kamfert, East Germany, 1:56.3; 5, Hildegard Ulrich, East Germany, 1:57.2.

Swimming MEN'S 400-METER INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -- 1, Aleksander Sidorenko, Soviet Union, 4:22.89 (breaks Olympic record of 4:23.68, Rod Strachan, U.S., 1976); 2, Sergei Fesenko, Soviet Union, 4:23.43; 3, Zoltan Verraszto, Hungary, 4:24.24; 4, Andras Hargitay, Hungary, 4:24.48; 5, Dian Garrido Madruga, Brazil, 4:26.18. MEN'S 100 METERS -- 1, Jorg Woithe, East Germany, 50.40; 2, Per Holmertz, Sweden, 50.91; 3, Per Johansson, Sweden, 51.29; 4, Sergei Koplialov, Soviet Union, 51.34; 5, Raffaele Franceschi, Italy, 51.69. WOMEN'S 200-METER BACKSTROKE -- 1, Rica Reinisch, East Germany, 2:11.77 (breaks world record of 2:11.93, Linda Jezek, U.S., 1978); 2, Cornelia Polit, East Germany, 2:13.75; 3, Birgit Treiber, East Germany, 2:14.14; 4, Carmen Bunaclu, Romania, 2:15.20; 5, Yolande Van Der Straeten, Belgium, 2:15.58. WOMEN'S 800-METER FREESTYLE -- 1, Michelle Ford, Australia, 8:28.90 (breaks Olympic record of 8:37.14, Petra Thuemer, East Germany, 1976); 2, Ines Diers, East Germany, 8:32.55; 3, Helke Dahne, East Germany, 8:33.48; 4, Irina Aksyonova, Soviet Union, 8:38.05; 5, Oxana Komissarova, Soviet Union, 8:42.04. WOMEN'S 4x100-METER FREESTYLE MEDLEY -- 1, East Germany (Barbara Krause, Caren Metschuck, Ines Diers, Sarjna Huisenbeck), 3:42.71 (breaks world record of 3:43.43, United States, 1978); 2, Sweden, 3:48.93; 3, Netherlands, 3:49.51; 4, Great Britain, 3:51.71; 5, Australia, 3:54.16.

Team Handball Women Czechoslovakia 23, Congo 10 East Germany 19, Hungary 9 Soviet Union 18, Yugoslavia 9

Basketball Men Group B Semifinals Brazil 90, Italy 77 Poland 88, Czechoslovakia 84 Yugoslavia 101, Soviet Union 91, OT Sweden 119, India 63 Spain 96, Cuba 95, OT Austrailia 95, Senegal 64 Women Bulgaria 90, Hungary 75

Field Hockey Women India 4, Poland 0 Australia 3, Soviet Union 0 Zimbabwe 2, Czechoslovakia 2

Volleyball Women Soviet Union 3, Hungary 0 Peru 3, Romania 0 Cuba 3, Brazil 0 East Germany 3, Poland 2

Rowing FOUR WITH COXSWAIN -- 1, East Germany (Dleter Wendisch, Utlrich Dieesner, Walter Diessner, Gottfried Dohn, Andreas Gregor), 6:14.51; 2, Soviet Union, 6:19.05; 3, Poland, 6:22.52; 4, Spain, 6:26.23; 5, Bulgaria, 6:28.13. PAIR WITHOUT COXSWAIN -- 1, East Germany (Bernd Landvoigt, Jorg Landvoigt) 6:48.01; 2, Soviet Union, 6:50.50; 3, Great Britain, 6:51.47; 4, Romania, 6:53.49; 5, Czechoslovakia, 7:01.54. DOUBLE SCULLS -- 1, East Germany (Joachim Breifke, Klaus Kroppelien), 6:24.33; 2, Yugoslavia, 6:26.34; 3, Czechoslovakia, 6:29.07; 4, Great Britain, 6:31.13; 5, Soviet Union, 6:35.34. SINGLE SCULLS -- 1, Perti Karppinen, Finland, 7:09.61; 2, Vasily Yakusha, Soviet Union, 7:11.66; 3, Peter Kersten, East Germany, 7:14.88; 4, Vladek Lacina, Czechoslovakia, 7:17.57; 5, Hans Svensson, Sweden, 7:19.38. PAIR WITH COXSWAIN -- 1, East Germany (Harald Jahrling, Friedrich-Wilhelm Ulrich, Georg Spohr, 7:02.54; 2, Soviet Union, 7:03.35; 3, Yugoslavia, 7:04.92; 4, Romania, 7:07.17; 5, Bulgaria, 7:09.21. FOUR SCULLS -- 1, East Germany (Frank Dundr, Karsten Bcnk. Uwe Heppner, Martin Winter), 5:49.81; 2, Soviet Union 5:51.47; 3, Bulgaria, 5:52.38; 4, France 5:53.45; Spain, 6:01.19. EIGHT WITH COXSWAIN -- 1, East Germany (Bernd Krauss, Hans-Peter Knoppe, Ulrich Kons Jorg Friedrich, Jens Doberschutz, Ulrich Karnatz, Uwe Duhring, Bernd Hoing, Klaus-Dietter Ludwig), 5:49.05; 2, Great Britain, 5:51.92; 3, Soviet Union, 5:52.66; 4, Czechoslovakia, 5:53.73; 5, Australia, 5:56.74.

Boxing 119 POUNDS -- Juan Hernandez, Cuba, stopped Ayele Mohammed, Ethiopia, 2; Samson Khachatrian, Soviet Union, dec. Joseph Ahanda, Cameroun; Bernardo Jose Pinango, Venezuela, dec. Veli Koota, Finland; Geraldi Issaick, Tanzania, stopped Ganapathy Manoharan, India, 2; John Siryakibbe, Uganda, dec. Ali Ben Maghenia, France; Daniel Zaragoza, Mexico, dec. Raymond Gilbody, Great Britain. 148 POUNDS -- Plamen Yankov, Bulgaria, dec. Sadie Jabbar Mohammad, Iraq; Andres Aldama, Cuba, dec. Israel Akopkohyan; Soviet Union; Joseph Michael Frost, Great Britain, stopped Peter Talanti, Zambia, 1; Kazimierz Szczerba, Poland, dec. Kebede Sahilu, Ethiopia; Memet Boguievci, Yugoslavia, knocked out Michael Piflay, Seychelles, 1; John Mugabi, Uganda, knocked out Paul Rasamimanana, Madagascar, 2; Ionel Budusan Romania, dec. Kalevi Marjamaa, Finland; Karl-Heinz Kruger, East Germany, dec. Lucas Mosomba, Tanzania. 165 POUNDS -- Valentin Silaghi, Romania, dec. Alfred Thomas, Guyana; Mark Ian Kaylor, Great Britain, dec. Carlos Antunes Fonseca, Brazil; Jerry Rybicki, Poland, dec. Tarmo Uuslvirta, Finland; Peter Odhiambo, Uganda, knocked out John Martins, Nigeria, 2; Viktor Savchenko, Soviet Union, dec. Robert Pfitscher, Austria; Manfred Trauten, East Germany, dec. Christer Corpi, Sweden.

TODAY'S SCHEDULE TRACK AND FIELD 10 a.m. -- Men's pole vault qualifying; 10:30 a.m. -- Men's shot-put qualifying; 11 a.m. -- Men's 400 meter quarterfinal; 11:35 a.m. -- Women's 200 meter qualifying; 12:20 p.m. -- Women's 1,500 meter qualifying; 5 p.m. -- Women's 100-meter hurdles semifinals; 5:20 p.m. -- Men's 200 meter semifinals; 5:30 p.m. -- Men's discus final; 5:35 p.m. -- Men's 5,000 meter qualifying; 5:50 p.m. -- Men's long jump final; 7:15 p.m. -- Women's 100 meter final; 7:30 p.m. -- Men's 400 meter semifinal; 7:45 p.m. -- Women's 200 meter quarterfinal; 8:10 p.m. -- Men's 200 meter final; 8:20 p.m. -- Women's 400 meter final; 8:35 p.m. -- 3,000 meter steeplechase semifinals. BASKETBALL 11 a.m. -- Women's and men's semifinals; 1 p.m. -- Men's and women's semifinals; 6 p.m. -- Women's semifinals; 8:15 p.m. -- Men's semifinals BOXING Noon -- Preliminary bouts; 6 p.m. -- Preliminary bouts. CYCLING 10 a.m. -- Individual road race final. FENCING 9 a.m. -- Men's team saber; 2 p.m. -- Men's individual epee; 7 p.m. -- Men's individual epee final. HANDBALL 5 p.m. -- Men's qualifying; 6:30 p.m. -- Men's qualifying; 8 p.m. -- Men's qualifying. WEIGHTLIFTING 2 p.m. -- Category up to 220 pounds; 7 p.m. -- Category up to 220 pounds final. FIELD HOCKEY 1 p.m. -- Women's qualifying; 2:45 p.m. -- Women's qualifying; 5 p.m. -- Women's qualifying. JUDO 10 a.m. -- Weight class up to 189 pounds; 7 p.m. -- Weight class up to 189 pounds final. FREESTYLE WRESTLING 10 a.m. -- Preliminaries in weight classes 105, 114, 136, 165, 198, 220 pounds; 6 p.m. -- Preliminaries in weight classes 105, 114, 136, 165, 198, 220 pounds. DIVING 5:30 p.m. -- Men's platform final. WATERPOLO 11 a.m. -- Three games; 5 p.m. -- Three games. VOLLEYBALL 5:30 p.m. -- Two men's games; 7:30 p.m. -- Two men's games. YACHTING Noon -- Sixth race.

WORLD RECORDS BROKEN Cycling Men's 1,000-meters -- Lothar Thomas, East Germany, 1:02.955 (Indoor record; betters 1:06.76, Patric Sercu, Belgium, 1964). Swimming Men's 1,500 freestyle -- Vladimir Salnikov, Soviet Union, 14:58.27 (betters 15:02.40, Brian Goodell, United States, 1976.) Women's 100 freestyle -- Barbara Krause, East Germany, 54.79 (betters 54.98, by Krause) Women's 4x100 medley -- East Germany (Rica Reinsch, Ute Geweniger, Andrea Pollack, Sarina Hulsenbeck) 4:06.67 (betters 4:07.95, East Germany). Women's 100 backstroke -- Rica Reinisch, East Germany 1:01.50 (betters 1:01.50 Ulrike Richter, East Germany, and Reinisch, 1980). Women's 400 individual medley -- Petra Schneider, East Germany, 4:36.29 (world record; old record, 4:38.44, Schneider, 1980). Women's 200 backstroke -- Rica Reinisch, East Germany, 2:11.77 (betters 2:11.93, Linda Jezek, United States, 1978). Women's 4x100 freestyle medley -- East Germany (Barbara Krause, Caren Metschuck, Ines, Diers, Sarina Hulsenbeck), 3:42.71 (betters 3:43.43, United States, 1978). Shooting 50-Meter Free Pistol -- Alexander Malentev, U.S.S.R., 581. Small Bore Rifle, Prone Position -- Karoly Varga, Hungary, Hellfried Hellfort, East Germany, 599 (ties record). Small Bore Rifle, Three Positions -- Viktor Viasov, Soviet Union, (prone position 898 standing position, 378, kneeling position 397), 1,173 (betters 1,172, Nonka Matova, Bulgaria, 1976). Running Boar Target -- Igor Sokolov, Soviet Union, (normal run 298, fast run 291), 589 pounts (world record; old record 581, Thomas Pfeffer, East Germany). Weightlifting 123 Pounds -- Daniel Nunez, Cuba, 606.2 pounds (betters 601 pounds, Yurik Sarisian, Soviet Union, jerked 347.2 pounds (betters 347 pounds, Sarkisian 1980). 132 Pounds -- Viktor Mazin, Soviet Union, 639.3 pounds, (betters 623 pounds, Nikolai Kolesnikov, Soviet Union, 1976). 149 Pounds -- Yanko Rossev, Bulgaria (lifted 440 pounds, world record; old record 434.5 pounds, Ziatev, 1980; jerked 452 pounds, world record; total 792 pounds, world record); 2, Alexander Pervy, Soviet Union, (lifted 440 pounds, world record). 182 Pounds -- Yurik Vardanyan, Soviet Union, 881.8 points, (snatched 390.5 pounds, world record; old record, 387.2, Blagori Blagoey, 1979; jerked 499.5 pounds world record; combined for 880 pounds, world record). Track and Field Women's pentathlon -- Dadezhia Tkachenko, Soviet Union, 5,083 points (betters 4,856, Olga Kuragina, Soviet Union, 1980). Women's 800 -- Nadezhda Olizarenko, Soviet Union, 1:53.5 (betters 1:54.90, Olizarenko and Tatanya Kazankina, Soviet Union, 1980).

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