In Copper Mountain, Colo., Felix McGrath clocked the fastest time in both runs to win the men's slalom in the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.

Ann Melander held off a determined bid by Eva Twardokens to win the women's slalom by one-hundredth of a second in a combined time of 1 minute 37.88 seconds. McGrath, 21, of Norwich, Vt., had runs of 50.58 and 50.38 for a combined time of 1:40.96, .23 seconds ahead of Mark Tache of Aspen . . .

In Belluno, Italy, Blancha Fernandez Ochoa of Spain won the women's giant slalom ski race in the opening event of the 12th University Winter Games . . .

In Hamar, Norway, European champion Hein Vergeer of the Netherlands captured the 1985 men's title in the two-day Speedskating World Championships . . .

*Andrei Senkov led the Soviet team to victory over East Germany and West Germany in the relay race of the World Biathlon Championships in Ruhpolding, West Germany . . .

At Lake Placid, N.Y., Matt Roy and Dan Rock from nearby Saranac Lake won the North American two-man bobsled championship on Mount Van Hoevenberg, establishing a U.S. single heat record of 1:00.68 . . .

In St. Moritz, Switzerland, Soviet driver Sintis Ekmanis edged double Olympic gold medalist Wolfgang Hoppe by .13 seconds to win the European two-man bobsled championship.