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Lagat Captures 1,500m Title
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Release: 07/13/1999
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July 13, 1999

PALMA DE MALLORCA, Balearic Islands (AP) - Tuesday's results from the World University Games:

Men

1,500- 1, Bernard Lagat, Kenya, 3 minutes, 40.99 seconds. 2, Leszek Zblewski, Poland, 3:41.81. 3, Lorenzo Lazzari, Italy, 3:42.36. 4, Mike Stember, United States, 3:42.99. 5, Steve Willis, New Zealand, 3:43.49. 6, Paul Cleary, Australia, 3:44.06. 7, Gareth Turnbull, Ireland, 3:44.23. 8, Spencer Barden, Britain, 3:44.86.

400 relay- 1, United States (Kaaron Cartwright, Terrence Trammell, Coby Miller, John Capel), 38.55. 2, South Africa, 39.08. 3, Italy, 39.31. 4, Jamaica, 39.36. 5, Japan, 39.37. 6, Hungary, 39.44. 7, Poland, 39.46. Brazil, DNF.

1,600 relay- 1, United States (Tony Berrian, Brandon Couts, Derrick Brew, Jerome Davis), 3:00.88 seconds. 2, Britain, 3:03.95. 3, Senegal, 3:05.45. 4, Germany, 3:06.03. 5, Botswana, 3:15.65. Ireland, DQ. Canada, DQ. Russia, DNS.

High Jump- 1, Ben Challenger, Britain, 7 feet, 6 1/2 inches. 2, Mark Boswell, Canada, 7-6 1/2. 3, Jin-Taek Lee, South Korea, 7-5 3/4. 4, Stefan Holm, Sweden, 7-4 1/2. 5, Kenneth Evans, United States, 7-4 1/2. 6 (tie), Ramon Kaju, Estonia, and Jean Claude Rabbath, Lebanon, 7-3 1/4. 8, Wilbert Pennings, Netherlands, 7-2 1/4.

Javelin- 1, Eriks Rags, Latvia, 274-10. 2, Gregor Hoegler, Austria, 274-4 1/2. 3, Isbel Luaces, Cuba, 269-7. 4, Emetrio Gonzalez, Cuba, 264-10 1/2. 5, Nick Neiland, Britain, 263. 6, Johan Vosloo, South Africa, 258-10 1/2. 7, Alberto Desiderio, Italy, 252-10 1/2. 8, Esko Mikkola, Finland, 247.

Women

5,000- 1, Rie Ueno, Japan, 15 minutes, 51.24 seconds. 2, Ana Dias, Portugal, 15:53.23. 3, Cristina Casandra, Romania, 16:03.18. 4, Kristin Beany, United States, 16:08.24. 5, Man Yee Chan, Hong Kong, 16:09.65. 6, Yuri Kano, Japan, 16:11.15. 7, Tara Krzywicki, Britain, 16:17.53. 8, Maria Abel, Spain, 16:29.81.

400 relay- 1, United States (Angela Williams, Torri Edwards, Lakeisha Backus, Nanceen Perry), 43.49. 2, Poland, 43.74. 3, Germany, 43.96. 4, France, 44.03. 5, Britain, 44.71. 6, Italy, 44.80. 7, Puerto Rico, 45.49. 8, Spain, 45.95.

1,600 relay- 1, United States (Yolanda Brown-Moore, Yulanda Nelson, Mikele Barber, Suziann Reid), 3 minutes, 27.97 seconds. 2, Russia, 3:30.54. 3, Britain, 3:32.25. 4, Romania, 3:34.25. 5, Spain, 3:34.61. 6, Italy, 3:34.96. 7, South Africa, 3:38.70. Nigeria, DNF.

Long Jump- 1, Olena Shekhovisova, Ukraine, 22-8 1/2. 2, Adrien Sawyer, United States, 21-8 1/4. 3, Maurren Maggi, Brazil, 21-7. 4, Angela Brown, United States, 21-3. 5, Zita Ajkler, Hungary, 21-2 1/4. 6, Peng Fengmei, China, 21-2. 7, Marcela Umnik, Slovenia, 20-10 3/4. 8, Alice Falaiye, Canada, 20-10 3/4.

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