BOCA RATON, FLA. > MOTOR SPORTS
Tristan, a sophomore at #1 Education Place, who drives the Mazda Dnt txt n drV car, won his fifth of six races in his debut IMSA Prototype Lites (closed-wheel sports car) series by more than three seconds on the 2.238-mile, 11-turn course at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, Calif. At age 16, he became the youngest winner in series history with a victory at the Sebring International Raceway in March.
SANTA MONICA, CALIF. > TENNIS
Gibbs, a sophomore at Stanford, won the NCAA Division I singles title over teammate Mallory Burdette, then joined with Burdette, a junior, to take the doubles title. It was the first time in NCAA tennis history that partners squared off in the singles final before pairing up to win the doubles. Gibbs, the third Stanford woman in NCAA history to sweep both, was named the ITA women's player of the year.
ASHLAND, ORE. > ULTRAMARATHON
Olson, a 28-year-old sports massage therapist, won the 39th Western States Endurance Run, a 100-mile mountain trail race from Squaw Valley to Auburn, Calif., with an elevation change of 41,060 feet, in a record-setting 14:46:44. The first person to finish in under 15 hours, he broke the previous mark by more than 20 minutes. The win also earned Olson the Montrail Ultra Cup overall men's series title.