AUTO RACING

NASCAR -- Dale Earnhardt.

Indianapolis 500 -- Al Unser.

Daytona 500 (NASCAR) -- Bill Elliott.

CART -- Bobby Rahal.

Formula One -- Nelson Piquet

BASEBALL

World Series -- Minnesota.

National League -- St. Louis (East) def. San Francisco (West), 4 games to 3.

American League -- Minnesota (West) def. Detroit (East), 4-1.

Cy Young Award -- NL, Steve Bedrosian, Philadelphia; AL, Roger Clemens, Boston.

BASKETBALL

NBA

League champion -- L.A. Lakers.

Scoring leader (ave. per game) -- Michael Jordan, Chicago, 37.1.

Assists (ave. per game) -- Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers, 12.2.

Rebounds (ave. per game) -- Charles Barkley, Philadelphia, 14.6.

Most Valuable Player -- Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers.

Coach of Year -- Mike Schuler, Portland.

College

NCAA -- Division I, Indiana; Division II, Kentucky Wesleyan; Division III, North Park (Ill.) College.

NCAA women -- Division I, Tennessee; Division II, New Haven (Conn.); Division III, Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

BOWLING

BPAA U.S. Open -- Del Ballard Jr.

PBA National -- Randy Pedersen.

Firestone Tournament of Champions -- Pete Weber.

BOXING

World Boxing Council

Heavyweight -- Mike Tyson, Catskill, N.Y.

Cruiserweight -- Carlos DeLeon, Puerto Rico

Light heavyweight -- Donny Lalonde, Canada

Middleweight -- Thomas Hearns, Detroit

Super welterweight -- Gianfranco Rosi, Italy

Welterweight -- Jorge Vaca, Mexico

Super lightweight -- Roger Mayweather, Las Vegas

Lightweight -- Jose Luis Ramirez, Mexico

Super featherweight -- Julio Cesar Chavez, Mexico

Featherweight -- Azuma Nelson, Ghana

Super bantamweight -- Jeff Fenech, Australia

Bantamweight -- Miguel Lora, Colombia.

Super flyweight -- Beby Sugar Rojas, Colombia

Flyweight -- Sot Chitalada, Thailand.

Light flyweight -- Jungkoo Chang, South Korea.

FOOTBALL

NFL

Super Bowl, Jan. 26 -- New York (NFC) 39, Denver (AFC) 20.

College

Heisman Trophy -- Tim Brown, Notre Dame.

Butkus Award -- Pat McGowan, Florida State.

Lombardi Trophy -- Chris Spielman, Ohio State.

Outland Trophy -- Chad Hennings, Air Force.

NCAA -- Division I-AA, Northeast Louisiana; Division II, Troy State (Ala.); Division III, Wagner College (N.Y.).

GOLF

Men

U.S. Open -- Scott Simpson.

Masters -- Larry Mize.

PGA -- Larry Nelson.

British Open -- Nick Faldo.

Women

U.S. Open -- Laura Davies.

LPGA -- Jane Geddes.

Dinah Shore -- Betsy King.

GYMNASTICS

World -- Men, Soviet Union; women, Romania. All-around men -- Dimitri Belozertchez, Soviet Union. All-around women -- Aurelia Dobre, Romania.

HOCKEY

Stanley Cup -- Edmonton Oilers.

Individual awards -- Hart Trophy (MVP), Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton. Art Ross Trophy (scoring), Gretzky, 183 points. Conn Smythe (Stanley Cup MVP), Ron Hextall, Philadelphia. Calder Trophy (rookie), Luc Robitaille, Los Angeles. Vezina Trophy (outstanding goalie), Ron Hextall, Philadelphia.

NCAA -- Division I, North Dakota; Division III, Plattsburgh State (N.Y.).

HORSE RACING

Thoroughbreds

Triple Crown -- Kentucky Derby, Alysheba. Preakness, Alysheba. Belmont Stakes, Bet Twice.

Breeders' Cup Series (at Santa Anita Nov. 1) -- $3 million Classic, Ferdinand; $2 million Turf, Theatrical; $1 million Sprint, Very Subtle; $1 million Mile, Miesque; $1 million Distaff, Sacahuista; $1 million Juvenile (2-year-olds), Success Express; $1 million, Juvenile Fillies (2-year-olds), Epitome.

Harness

Triple Crown of Pacing -- Cane Pace, Righteous Bucks. Little Brown Jug, Jaguar Spur. Messenger Stakes, Redskin.

Triple Crown of Trotting -- Yonkers Trot, Mack Lobell. Hambletonian, Mack Lobell. Kentucky Futurity, Napoletano.

ICE SKATING

World Champions

Figure -- men, Brian Orser, Canada; women, Katarina Witt, East Germany; pairs, Ekatarina Gordeeva and Sergei Grinkov, Soviet Union; ice dance, Natalia Bestemianova and Andrei Bukin, Soviet Union.

LACROSSE

NCAA -- men, Division I, Johns Hopkins; women, Division I, Penn State.

SKIING

Men's Alpine World Cup -- overall, Pirmin Zurbriggen, Switzerland; downhill, Zurbriggen; slalom, Bojan Krizai, Yugoslavia; giant slalom, Zurbriggen; super G, Zurbriggen.

Women's Alpine World Cup -- overall, Maria Walliser, Switzerland; downhill, Michela Figini, Switzerland; super G, Walliser; slalom, Corrine Schmidhauser, Switzerland; giant slalom, Walliser and Vreni Schneider, Switzerland.

SOCCER

NCAA -- men, Clemson; women, North Carolina.

SWIMMING Individual World Records Set

Men

50 freestyle -- Thomas Jager, U.S., 22.32 seconds, Aug. 13, Brisbane, Australia.

200 individual medley -- Tamas Darnyi, Hungary, 2:00.56, Aug. 23, Strasburg, France.

400 individual medley -- Tamas Darnyi, Hungary, 4:15.42, Aug. 19, Strasburg, France.

Women

800 freestyle -- Anke Mohring, East Germany, 8:19.53, Aug. 22, Strasburg, France.

1,500 freestyle -- Janet Beth Evans, U.S., 16:00.73, July 21, Clovis, Calif.

100 breaststroke -- Silke Horner, East Germany, 1:07.91, Aug. 21, Strasburg, France.

TENNIS

U.S. Open -- men, Ivan Lendl; women, Martina Navratilova.

Wimbledon -- men's singles, Pat Cash; women's singles, Martina Navratilova.

French Open -- men, Ivan Lendl; women, Steffi Graf.

Australian Open -- men, Stefan Edberg; women, Hana Mandlikova.

Davis Cup -- Sweden.

TRACK AND FIELD Outdoor World Records Set

Men

100 meters -- 9.83, Ben Johnson, Canada, Rome, Aug. 30.

5,000 meters -- 12:58.39, Said Aouita, Morocco, Rome, July 22.

High Jump -- 7-11 1/4 (2.42 meters), Patrik Sjoberg, Sweden, Stockholm, June 30.

Pole Vault -- 19-9 1/4 (6.03), Sergei Bubka, Soviet Union, Prague, June 23.

Shot Put -- 75-2 (22.91), Alessandro Andrei, Italy, Via Reggio, Italy, Aug. 12.

Javelin -- 287-7 (87.66), Jan Zelezny, Czechoslovakia, Nitra, Czechoslovakia, May 31.

Women

100-meters hurdles -- 12.25, Ginka Zagorcheva, Bulgaria, Drama, Greece, Aug. 8.

High Jump -- 6-10 1/4 (2.09), Stefka Kostadinova, Bulgaria, Rome, Aug. 30.

Long Jump -- 24-5 1/2 (7.45), Jackie Joyner-Kersee, U.S., Indianapolis, Aug. 13.

Shot Put -- 74-3 (22.63), Natalya Lissovskaya, Soviet Union, Moscow, June 7.

Javelin -- 258-10 (78.90), Petra Felke, East Germany, Leipzig, East Germany, July 29.

YACHTING

America's Cup -- Stars & Stripes, San Diego Yacht Club (Dennis Conner), def. Kookaburra III, Royal Perth Yacht Club (Iain Murray), 4-0