Kristie Phillips, the United States' new all-around gymnastics champion, won two more gold medals -- a silver and a bronze, too -- at the U.S. championships in Kansas City, Mo.
Men's champion Scott Johnson earned two gold and two silver medals, and John Sweeney, 11th in the all-around, took gold medals in vaulting and floor exercise.
The 4-foot-11, 85-pound Phillips, the only competitor to qualify for all four women's finals, won the balance beam and floor exercise, placed second in vaulting and tied for third on the uneven bars, her weakest event.
Saturday night, Phillips, 15, vaulted to a perfect score in winning the national championship in her senior women's debut. Melissa Marlowe, 15, of Salt Lake City, finished second; Sabrina Mar, 1985 champion from Monterey Park, Calif., was third, and Hope Spivey, 15, of Suffolk, Va., was fourth . . .
Brandy Johnson, 14, of Altamonte, Fla., won the U.S. junior women's gymnastics championship in Kansas City, Mo., over Chelle Stack, 13, of Endicott, N.Y.
Juliette Bangerter, 13, of Tempe, Ariz., was third, and Karen Tierney, 13, of Blue Springs, Mo., fourth.
Johnson went to the uneven bars, her final and weakest event, in second place, trailing Stack by two-hundredths of a point.
"I was a little nervous," Johnson said. "It isn't my strongest performance. I had messed up two events. I wasn't sure I could come back."