Brendan Hansen, HAVERTOWN, PA.
Hansen, 20, won the the 200-meter breaststroke at the world championships with a meet-record time of 2:10.69. In March, as a freshman, he led Texas to its eighth national title by breaking the U.S. record in the 200-yard breaststroke and also winning the 100 breaststroke at the NCAAs.
Luana Davis, ANCHORAGE
Davis, 58, a FedEx pilot, beat Diane Johnson, 58, of Anchorage by 30 strokes to win her sixth state women's senior amateur title. Davis, who shot a final-round 75, for a three-day score of 240, is also the first player from Alaska to qualify for the U.S. senior women's amateur championships.
Sukhwa Young, WESLEY CHAPEL, FLA.
Sukhwa, 15, swept the singles and doubles crowns at the boys' 16-and-under clay court nationals to run his total of U.S. age-group titles to six. In the final he beat No. 1 seed James Wan, 16, of Woodbury, N.Y., 6-3, 6-3. Sukhwa also won the 16-and-under singles crown at this spring's Super Nationals.
Greg Long, SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF.
Greg, 18, won the men's title at the National Scholastic Surfing Association championships, opening with a 9.0 score to finish with a heat total of 23.3 points. Before graduating this spring, he led San Clemente High to national team championships during his sophomore and junior years.
Laura Schott, WILSONVILLE, ORE.
Schott, 20, a forward, had the winning goal in the opening game and two assists in the final of the four-game Nordic Cup as the U.S. under-21 women's team won the title for the third straight year. As a freshman at Cal last year, Schott led the Pac-10 women in scoring, with 23 goals.
Craig Fram, PLAISTOW, N.H.
Fram, 42, broke a 39-year-old master's-event record while placing third overall in the 7.6-mile Mount Washington Road Race with a time of 1:04:29, surpassing the old mark by 28 seconds. He also set the master's record for the New England Grand Prix's eight-mile race with a time of 40:36.