1990's champions THE YEAR IN REVIEW

December 30, 1990

AUTO RACING CART

Cleveland Grand Prix -- Danny Sullivan.

Denver Grand Prix -- Al Unser Jr.

Detroit Grand Prix -- Michael Andretti.

Indy 500 -- Arie Luyendyk.

Long Beach Grand Prix -- Al Unser Jr.

Meadowlands GP -- Michael Andretti.

Formula I United States Grand Prix -- Ayrton Senna.

Canada Grand Prix -- Ayrton Senna.

France Grand Prix -- Alain Prost.

Monaco Grand Prix -- Ayrton Senna.

NASCAR

Atlanta Journal 500 -- Morgan Shepherd.

Budweiser 500 -- Derrike Cope.

Champion Spark Plug 400 -- Mark Martin.

Checker 500 -- Dale Earnhardt.

Coca-Cola 600 -- Rusty Wallace.

Daytona 500 -- Derrike Cope.

DieHard 500 -- Dale Earnhardt.

Winston 500 -- Dale Earnhardt.

BASEBALL NCAA Division I -- Georgia.

World Series -- Cincinnati Reds.

American League -- East, Boston; West, Oakland. Pennant, Oakland.

National League -- East, Pittsburgh; West, Cincinnati. Pennant, Cincinnati.

Leading hitters -- American League, George Brett, Kansas City, .329. National League, Willie McGee, St. Louis, .335.

Home runs -- American League, Cecil Fielder, Detroit, 51. National League, Ryne Sandberg, Chicago, 40.

RBI -- American League, Cecil Fielder, Detroit, 132. National League, Matt Williams, San Francisco, 122.

Cy Young Award -- American League, Bob Welch, Oakland. National League, Doug Drabek, Pittsburgh.

Most Valuable Player -- American League, Rickey Henderson, Oakland. National League, Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh.

BASKETBALL NBA -- Champion, Detroit Pistons.

Playoff MVP -- Isiah Thomas, Detroit.

Regular-season MVP -- Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers.

NCAA -- Men, UNLV. Women, Stanford.

NIT -- Vanderbilt.

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWLS Gator -- Clemson.

Hall of Fame -- Auburn.

Citrus -- Illinois.

Orange -- Notre Dame.

Rose -- Southern Cal.

Cotton -- Tennessee.

Sugar -- Miami, Fla.-x

Fiesta -- Florida State.

x-won 1989 collegiate championship.

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PRO FOOTBALL Super Bowl -- San Francisco 49ers.

Super Bowl MVP -- Joe Montana, San Francisco.

AFC champion -- Denver Broncos.

NFC champion -- San Francisco 49ers.

Regular-season MVP -- Joe Montana, San Francisco.

GOLF PGA

British Open -- Nick Faldo.

Kemper Open -- Gil Morgan.

Masters -- Nick Faldo.

PGA Championship -- Wayne Grady.

TPC -- Jodie Mudd.

U.S. Open -- Hale Irwin.

World Series -- Jose-Maria Olazabal.

Senior PGA Tournament of Champions -- George Archer.

PGA Championship -- Gary Player.

Senior TPC -- Jack Nicklaus.

U.S. Senior Open -- Lee Trevino.

LPGA

Dinah Shore -- Betsy King.

Maurier Classic -- Cathy Johnson.

LPGA Championship -- Beth Daniel.

U.S. Open -- Betsy King.

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HARNESS RACING Hambletonian -- Harmonious.

Little Brown Jug -- Beach Towel.

Meadowlands Pace -- Beach Towel.

Messenger Stakes -- Jake And Elwood.

Woodrow Wilson -- Die Laughing.

HOCKEY NCAA Division I -- Harvard.

Stanley Cup -- Edmonton Oilers.

Playoff MVP -- Bill Ranford, Edmonton.

Wales Conference -- Boston Bruins.

Campbell Conference -- Edmonton Oilers.

Regular-season MVP -- Mark Messier, Edmonton.

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HORSE RACING Breeders' Cup Sprint -- Safely Kept.

Breeders' Cup Juv. Filles -- Meadow Star.

Breeders' Cup Distaff -- Bayakoa.

Breeders' Cup Mile -- Royal Academy.

Breeders' Cup Juv. Colts -- Fly So Free.

Breeders' Cup Turf -- In The Wings.

Breeders' Cup Classic -- Unbridled.

Belmont Stakes -- Go And Go.

Kentucky Derby -- Unbridled.

Preakness -- Summer Squall.

RUNNING Boston Marathon -- Men, Gelindo Bordin, Italy. Women, Rosa Mota, Portugal.

New York Marathon -- Men, Douglas Wakiihuri, Kenya. Women, Wanda Panfil, Poland.

SOCCER World Cup -- West Germany.

MISL -- San Diego Sockers.

TENNIS U.S. Open -- Men, Pete Sampras. Women, Gabriela Sabatini.

Wimbledon -- Men, Stefan Edberg. Women, Martina Navratilova.

Australian Open -- Men, Ivan Lendl. Women, Steffi Graf.

French Open -- Men, Andres Gomez. Women, Monica Seles.

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