Chris, 9, the youngest diver on the Junior Olympic-national team, won gold medals in the platform and three-meter events and got a bronze in the one-meter in the 13-and-under age group at the Can-Am-Mex Games. He earned a berth in the games by winning the Junior Olympic platform competition.
Jay, a senior kicker on the Hershey High football team, booted a 52-yard field goal, breaking both the school and the stadium records, to clinch a 17-14 victory over Lebanon High. For the past two years Jay has also been the goalie on the Trojan soccer team and the No. 1 player on the boys' tennis team.
Martin, 41, an engineer, won the national duathlon championship in the masters division after completing a 5K run, a 30K bike ride and a 5K run in 1:16:39. Earlier, at the World of Winners Biathlon Series, he won the masters division and was third overall, with a clocking of 1:01:58.
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Jewell, 52, a kindergarten teacher, won her fifth gold medal—this time in the 50-to-54 age division—at the Waikiki Rough Water Swim, a 2½-mile competition off the coast of Oahu. A week later Jewell won the one-mile La Jolla (Calif.) Rough Water Swim in the same age group.
Jonathan, 17, won the 72-mile road race and placed fourth and fifth, respectively, in the criterium and the time trials in the 17-and 18-year-old division at the national junior cycling championships. He was also one of the top two U.S. riders at the junior world championships in Ecuador.
Miller, 43, was named Mr. America at the 1994 masters bodybuilding meet. Formerly 260 pounds as a result of severe adult-onset asthma, Miller began bodybuilding three years ago and has since cut his weight to 212; he won the '92 Mr. Virginia title and the '93 Natural Musclemania national crown.
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