Sporting Digest: Student Sport

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WORLD STUDENT GAMES (Buffalo, New York) Athletics: Finals: Men: 200m: 1 B Bridgewater (US) 20.14sec; 2 C Nelloms (US) 20.17; 3 I Garcia Sanchez (Cuba) 20.55. 400m: 1 I Hassan (Ghana) 45.87; 2 E Clarke (Jam) 46.27; 3 D McFarlane (Jam) 46.60. 800m: 1 M Koers (Neth) 1min 48.57sec; 2 O Stepanov (Rus) 1:49.50; 3 N Motchebon (Ger) 1:49.52. 10,000m: 1 A Serrano (Sp) 28:16.16; 2 Y Watanabe (Japan) 28:17.26; 3 V Modica (It) 28:17.73. Marathon: 1 K Manyisa (Ken) 2hr 12min 19sec 2 Kim Wan Ki (Kor) 2:15:35; 3 Hyung Jea-Young (Kor) 2:15:53. 6 D Rathbone (GB) 2:18:34. 400m hurdles: 1 D Adkins (US) 49.35; 2 Y Saito (Japan) 49.61; 3 D Kovacs (Hung) 50.12. 3,000m steeplechase: 1 M Buchleitner (Aut) 8:30.82; 2 V Pronine (Rus) 8:32.03; 3 B Yae Tura (Eth) 8:32.07; 6 S Duval (GB) 8:35.39. 20km walk: 1 R Korzeniowski (Pol) 1hr 22min 1sec; 2 D Garcia (Mex) 1:22:58; 3 B Segura (Mex) 1:24:11. High jump: 1= S Zoric (Yug), T Barton (US) 2.30m. 3= A Ortiz (Sp), R Stipanov (Ukr) 2.27; 5= B Reilly (GB) 2.24. Shot: 1 A Klymenko (Ukr) 19.72m; 2 P Dal Saglio (It) 19.64; 3 C Volgenau (US) 19.54. Hammer: 1 V Kolesnik (Ukr) 77.00m; 2 B Kiss (Hung) 76.88; 3 C Epalle (Fr) 76.80. Pole vault: 1 I Bagyula (Hung) 5.70m; 2 A Giachetto (It) 5.60; 3 J Galfione (Fr) 5.60; 7= M Edwards (GB) 5.40. Decathlon: 1 S Levicq (Fr) 7,874pts; 2 I Kaseorg (Est) 7,864; 3 D Steele (US) 7,653; 9 B Thomas (GB) 7,223. Women: 200m: 1 F Harris (US) 22.56; 2 D Duhaney (Jam) 22.79; 3 Wang Huei-Chen (Tai) 22.80. 400m: 1 M Collins (US) 52.01; 2 Y Warren (US) 52.18; 3 N McLean Ferrera (Cuba) 52.84. 800m: 1 A Wickus (US) 2:03.72; 2 I Turner (Jam) 2:04.14; 3 D Antipov (Rom) 2:04.75. Marathon: 1 N Kawaguchi (Japan) 2:37.47; 2 F Fiacconi (It) 2:38:44; 3 N Otani (Japan) 2:40:17. 5 A Rose (GB) 2:46:09. 400m hurdles: 1 H Meisner (Ger) 56.10; 2 D Parris (Jam) 56.11; 3 T Williams (US) 56.67. Triple jump: 1 N Montalvo Amaro (Cuba) 14.16m; 2 S Kasparkova (Cz Rep) 14.00; 3 M Toth (Rom) 13.96; 4 M Griffith (GB) 13.75. Javelin: 1 Lee Young Sun (Kor) 58.62m; 2 T Damaske (Ger) 57.68; 3 V Tulloch (Can) 56.52. Baseball final: Cuba 7 North Korea 2. 3rd place: Canada 3 Japan 2. Basketball: Men final: United States 95 Canada 90. Bronze: China 93 Italy 90. 7th place: Croatia 94 Ireland 84. 9th: Britain 93 Estonia 81. Women final: China 84 Cuba 81. Bronze: United States 83 Lithuania 73. Diving: Men: 1m springboard: 1 Chen Sheng (Ch) 380.52pts; 2 F Platas (Mex) 377.52; 3 Wang Yijie (Ch) 376.86. 3m springboard: 1 Xiong Ni (Ch) 428.88pts; 2 F Platas (Mex) 427.20; 3 R Volodkov (Ukr) 400.62. Women: 1m springboard: 1 Yu Xiaoling (Ch) 275.28pts; 2 A Pelletier (Can) 258.57; 3 B Baldus (Ger) 257.22. Platform: 1 A Montminy (Can) 407.79pts; 2 Yang Yan (Ch) 403.32; 3 Wen Ren (Ch) 393.42. Fencing: Men: Team foil final: Cuba bt Italy 9-4. Bronze: China bt Germany 9-4. Team sabre final: Italy bt France 8-6. Bronze: Hungary bt Canada 9-4. Football: Men: 13th place: Ireland 3 South Africa 2. Women final: China 2, United States 1. Bronze: Russia 2 Taiwan 0. Rowing: Men: Coxed fours: 1 Romania 6min 34.825sec; 6 Britain 6:54.084. Lightweight coxless fours: 1 France 6:17.964; 2 Britain 6:22.090; 3 Canada 6:25.432. Coxed eights: 1 US 5:44.321; 2 Britain 5:46.153; 3 Canada 5:46.238. Lightweight double sculls: 1 Germany (M Schottler, J Weckvach) 6:41.435; 5 Britain (R Redpath, E Kittoe) 6:52.693. Women: Lightweight single sculls: 1 Canada (W Wiebe) 8min 33.845sec; 2 Britain (P White) 8:38.846; 3 Italy (M Orzan) 8:40.079. Lightweight pairs: 1 China (Ou Shaoyan, Zhong Aifang) 7:40.492; 6 Britain (S McKenna, T Rooks) 8:20.986. Tennis: Men: Semi-finals (losers win bronze): J Hunter (GB) bt Yoon Bok Kyu (N Kor) 6-3 6-1; Shin Han Cheol (N Kor) bt Zhang Jiu Hua (Ch) 6-2 6-1. Final: Shin bt Hunter 6-3 3-6 4-6 6-3 6-3. Women: Semi-finals: Yi Jing Qian (Ch) bt S Smith (GB) 6-2 6-3; K Shibata (Japan) bt O Gravereaux (Fr) 6-1 6-4. Final: Yi bt Sibata 6-3 6-2. Volleyball: Men final: Japan 3 Poland 1. Bronze: South Korea 3 Belgium 2. Women final: Romania 3 US 1. Bronze: Switzerland 3 Japan 2. Water Polo: Final: United States 13 Hungary 12. Bronze: Italy 9 Russia 6.

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