October 12, 1993 |
Tom Gullikson is expected to be named as the new U.S. Davis Cap captain today. The United States Tennis Assn. has scheduled a news conference this morning in New York where all indications are Gullikson will be introduced as Tom Gorman's successor. Gullikson works for the USTA as a coach in the player development program, which he joined when it began in 1988, and worked with such players as Jim Courier, Todd Martin and Jennifer Capriati.
February 8, 1988
Body Glove International defeated Rip Curl Sunday to win the team championship of the Katin Memorial Cup surfing competition north of the Huntington Beach Pier. Body Glove International won two of three heats in the three-to-six foot surf. Team members Glenn Winton (Australia), Scott Baley (El Segundo), Charlie Kuhn (Florida) and Brian McNulty (Capistrano Beach) will divide the $4,000 first prize.
June 1, 1989
The second and third rounds of the $35,000 Oceanside Open start today with Cardiff's Todd Martin, the 1986 Professional Surfing Assn. of America champion, and Justin Poston of San Diego in action at Harbor Beach's north jetty. The trial heats continue today, with the top 32 surfers competing Saturday. The finals are scheduled for Sunday. Defending U.S. champion Mike Lambresi of Oceanside is one of the favorites for the $6,000 first prize. Lambresi is tied with Dino Andino of San Clemente in the overall ratings this season.
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July 18, 1995 |
A Ventura man was in critical condition Monday at Ventura County Medical Center after being stabbed in the upper body, police and hospital officials said. Ventura Police Lt. Brad Talbot said the victim, Todd Martin, arrived at the hospital's emergency room just before 2 p.m. Monday. Martin provided police with little information about who stabbed him or where the stabbing happened, Talbot said. Police were still investigating the stabbing late Monday afternoon.
July 17, 1996 |
The Olympic tennis event lost a double dose of star power Tuesday when Pete Sampras and Steffi Graf withdrew because of injuries: Sampras because of a strained Achilles' tendon, Graf a reinjured knee. The loss of both No. 1-ranked players is a blow to an event that many of the world's top professionals had decided to skip. No substitute was named for either player.
July 31, 1987
Bud Llamas of Huntington Beach defeated Graham Wilson of Australia to advance to the second round of the main event of the Stubbies Pro surfing competition Thursday at Oceanside Pier. Sixteen surfers advanced to join the top 16 seeds for today's second round beginning at 7 a.m. Sixteen surfers from today's matches will advance to Saturday's third round. Llamas will meet another Australian, Gary Elkerton, in the second round.
September 25, 1985
Scott Crump and Dan Smith, both surfing in their hometown, topped the list of qualifiers after the first day of competition in the Stubbies Pro International Tournament Tuesday at Oceanside Harbor. Twenty-eight of the 56 qualifying heats were completed Tuesday leading up to the tournament's main event, which starts Thursday. Among the 10 other San Diegans who stayed alive were Paul Barr of Carlsbad, Todd Martin of Encinitas and Danny Connor of San Diego.
September 12, 1994 |
Pete Sampras surprised the U.S. Tennis Assn. by changing his mind and agreeing to play in the Davis Cup semifinals against Sweden Sept. 23-25. Tom Gullikson, Davis Cup captain, announced his team Sunday and said the No. 1-ranked Sampras, who had suffered from exhaustion and badly blistered feet in an upset loss last week in the U.S. Open, had called a few days later saying he would not play. "He just said he changed his mind," said Gullikson, whose twin brother, Tim, is Sampras' coach.