NEW YORK CITY
Mittleman, 30, a 5'8", 142-pound teacher of sports psychology, beat a field of 38—13 of whom finished—to win his second straight New York City Invitational 100-mile run. His 13:00:11 broke his own U.S. road record of 13:04:09.
SANTA MARIA, CALIF.
Tracy, 18, a pitcher on the Righetti High girls' fast-pitch softball team, had 201 strikeouts, four no-hitters, a 0.00 ERA and a 13-0 record in leading the Warriors to their second straight CIF 4-A title. She's unbeaten and unscored on in two seasons.
Etienne, a native of Haiti and a second-year student at Miami-Dade Community College (New World Center), defeated Olaf Malmquist of Central Florida 6-2, 6-3 to win the national junior-college tennis title. His overall record was 31-0.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Terry, a junior at Southeast High, ran a national high school federation-record 10.3 seconds in the 100-meter dash in Jefferson City, Mo., surpassing the mark of 10.4 established by Darren Walker of Fort Meade, Md. in 1980.
Miller, 22, a telecommunications major at Arizona State, threw a Frisbee 471 feet in Albuquerque, beating the North American distance record by 27 feet. Two weeks earlier, he won the men's intercollegiate title in Knoxville, Tenn.
MISSION VIEJO, CALIF.
Marybeth, 17, led the Mission Viejo High girls' swimming team to its sixth CIF title in a row, setting U.S. girls' high school records in the 200-yard freestyle (1:46.62) and 500 free (4:41.30), and swimming a 51.54 leg on the 400 free relay.