Olympic quadruple gold medalist Carl Lewis and world-record holder Jackie Joyner-Kersee are top names on the United States track and field team just named for the Pan American Games.
The U.S. roster was announced jointly yesterday by The Athletics Congress and the U.S. Olympic Committee in Indianapolis, where the Pan Am Games are set Aug. 7-23 with track and field Aug. 9-16.
Lewis and heptathlon record-setter Joyner-Kersee will enter the men's and women's long jump, respectively.
The University of Houston's Tom Tellez is head coach of the men's team and the University of Texas' Sue Humphrey is head coach for the women . . .
Miles Irish (800 meters), Patrick Mann (400 intermediate hurdles) and John Trautmann (5,000 meters) of Georgetown's varsity have been selected to represent the United States throughout the summer in international track meets. They were picked on the basis of their performances at TAC junior and senior meets . . .
Tonie Campbell suffered his first 110-meter hurdles defeat of the 1987 Mobil Grand Prix season, finishing third to U.S. compatriot Foster and Canadian Mark McKoy in Budapest.
Foster won in a photo finish in 13.23 seconds. McKoy also did 13.23, Campbell 13.28.
Linford Christie of Britain won the men's 100 meters in 10.03, Merlene Ottey-Page of Jamaica the women's 100 in 10.92 . . .
Kendyl Baugh of Reston and Kellie Roberts of District Heights formed half of the winning women's 1,600-meter relay team in a junior competition between the United States and Cuba on the weekend in Havana.
In what is believed to have been the first U.S. track and field presence in a meet in Cuba in the three decades of Fidel Castro's presidency, the visitors won 21 events and Cuba 15.