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How U.S. athletes fared Tuesday

August 12, 2008

BEIJING (AP) -- How athletes from the United States fared in Tuesday's events at the Summer Olympics:

ARCHERY



Women's Individual (70-meter)

Round of 64

Khatuna Lorig, Baltimore, def. Virginie Arnold, France, 107-105.

Round of 32

Khatuna Lorig, Baltimore, def. Alison Williamson, Britain, 112-109.

BADMINTON



Doubles

Round of 16

Howard Bach, San Francisco, and Bob Malaythong, Rockville, Md.,, def. Chris and Roelof Dednam, South Africa, 21-10, 21-16.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL



Men

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Jacob Gibb, Costa Mesa, Calif., and Sean Rosenthal, Corona Del Mar, Calif., def. Julius Brink and Christoph Dieckmann, Germany, 21-15, 21-13.

Women

Kerri Walsh, Hermosa Beach, Calif., and Misty May-Treanor, Coral Springs, Fla., def. Dalixia Fernandez and Tamara Larrea, Cuba, 21-15, 21-16.

BOXING



Flyweight 51kg

Round of 32

Lee Oksung, South Korea, def. Rau'shee Warren, Cincinnati, 9-8.

CANOE-KAYAK



Men's C-1 Slalom

Semifinal Qualification

8. Benn Fraker, Charlotte, N.C., 92.27, +3.35 (Q).

Final Run

5. Benn Fraker, Charlotte, N.C., 90.87, +3.14.

Medal ranking (2 runs)

6. Benn Fraker, Charlotte, N.C., 183.14, +6.49.

DIVING



Women's Synchronized 10-meter Platform

5. United States (Mary Beth Dunnichay, Indianapolis; Haley Ishimatsu, Indianapolis), 309.12.

EQUESTRIAN



Eventing

Individual

Team Final Ranking

7. United States (Gina Miles, Creston, Calif.; Phillip Dutton, Avondale, Pa.; Becky Holder, Mendota Heights, Minn.; Karen O'Connor, The Plains, Va.; Amy Tryon, Redmond, Wash.), 250.00.

FENCING



Men

Individual Sabre

Round of 64

Jason Rogers, Los Angeles, def. Abdoulaye Thiam, Senegal, 15-10.

Round of 32

Boris Sanson, France, def. Tim Morehouse, Bronx, N.Y., 15-12.

Keeth Smart, Brooklyn, N.Y., def. Jason Rogers, Los Angeles, 15-3.

Round of 16

Keeth Smart, Brooklyn, N.Y., def. Aron Szilagyi, Hungary, 15-10.

Quarterfinal

Julien Pillet, France, def. Keeth Smart, Brooklyn, N.Y., 15-13.

GYMNASTICS (ARTISTIC)



Team

Final Ranking

3. United States (Sasha Artemev, Highlands Ranch, Colo.; Raj Bhavsar, Houston; Joey Hagerty, Rio Rancho, N.M.; Jonathan Horton, Houston; Justin Spring, Burke, Va.; Kevin Tan, Fremont, Calif.), 275.850.

JUDO



Men

Under 81kg

Round of 32

Travis Stevens, Tacoma, Wash., def. Franklin Cisneros, El Salvador, Ippon, Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame, 03:13.

Round of 16

Ole Bischof, Germany, def. Travis Stevens, Tacoma, Wash., Time expired.

Repechage

Round 1

Travis Stevens, United States, def. Mehman Azizov, Azerbaijan, Sogo gachi (compound win), 04:06.

Round 2

Tiago Camilo, Brazil, def. Travis Stevens, Tacoma, Wash., Koka.

ROWING



Men

Four Without Coxswain (Lightweight)

Repechage

3. United States (Mike Altman, Los Angeles; Patrick Todd, Cincinnati; Will Daly, Boston; Tom Paradiso, Blue Bell, Pa.), 6:27.43 (Q).

Eight With Coxswain

Repechage

1. United States (Beau Hoopman, Sheboygan, Wis.; Matt Schnobrich, St. Paul, Minn.; Micah Boyd, St. Paul, Minn.; Wyatt Allen, Portland, Maine; Daniel Walsh, Norwalk, Conn.; Steven Coppola, Buffalo; Josh Inman, Hillsboro, Ore.; Bryan Volpenhein, Cincinnati; Marcus McElhenney, Philadelphia), 5:38.95 (A).

Women

Double Sculls (Lightweight)

Repechage

Heat 1

1. United States (Renee Hykel, Haverford, Pa.; Jen Goldsack, Princeton, N.J.), 7:22.22 (Q).

Pair Without Coxswain

Repechage

Heat 1

3. United States (Portia McGee, Seattle; Anna Cummins, Bellevue, Wash.), 7:32.26 (B).

Quadruple Sculls Without Coxswain

Repechage

2. United States (Lia Pernell, Seattle; Lindsay Meyer, Seattle; Jen Kaido, West Leyden, N.Y.; Margot Shumway, Washington, D.C.), 6:39.53 (A).

SAILING



Men's RS:X - Windsurfer

Through four races

24. Ben Barger, Tampa, Fla. (21, 22, 24, 26), 93.

Men's Laser - One Person Dinghy

Through two races

13. Andrew Campbell, San Diego (14, 18), 32.

Women's RS:X - Windsurfer

Through four races

26. Nancy Rios, Miami (25, 24, 22, 26), 97.

Women's Laser Radial - One Person Dinghy

Through two races

1. Anna Tunnicliffe, Plantation, Fla. (4, 5), 9.

Women's 470 - Two Person Dinghy

Through four races

13. United States (Amanda Clark, Shelter Island, N.Y.; Sarah Mergenthaler, New York) (12, 12, 10, 14), 48.

Men's 470 - Two Person Dinghy

Through four races

23. United States (Stu McNay, Lincoln, Mass.; Graham Biehl, San Diego) (26, 12, 30 OCS, 17), 85.

SHOOTING



Men

50-meter free pistol

Final

14. Daryl Szarenski, Saginaw, Mich. (555), 555.0.

21. Jason Turner, Rochester, N.Y. (553), 553.0.

Double Trap

Final

1. Glenn Eller, Katy, Texas (145, 45), 190.

4. Jeff Holguin, Yorba Linda, Calif. (140, 42), 182.

SWIMMING



Men

100 Backstroke

Final

1. Aaron Piersol, Irvine, Calif., 52.54. World Record. (Old record: 52.89, Peirsol, July 1, 2008.89, Omaha, Neb.).

2. Matt Grevers, Lake Forest, Ill., 53.11.

200 Freestyle

Final

1. Michael Phelps, Baltimore, 1:42.96. World record. (Old record: 1:43.86, Phelps, March 27, 2007, Melbourne, Australia).

3. Peter Vanderkaay, Rochester, Mich., 1:45.14.

200 Butterfly

Semifinals

Heat 1

5. Gil Stovall, Memphis, Tenn., 1:55.36.

Heat 2

1. Michael Phelps, Baltimore, 1:53.70 (Q). Olympic record tied. (Record: Phelps, Aug. 11, 2008, Beijing).

100 Freestyle

Qualification

8. Garrett Weber-Gale, Milwaukee, 48.19 (Q).

11. Jason Lezak, Irving, Calif., 48.33 (Q).

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