February 1994 in Sport

Events in Sport

  • Feb 6 Dawn Coe-Jones wins LPGA Healthsouth Palm Beach Golf Classic
  • Feb 6 Leonid Voloshin triple jumps world record 17.77m
  • Feb 6 NFL Pro Bowl: NFC beats AFC 17-3

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Feb 8 Jack Nicholson uses a golf club to attack a car

Sports record brokenWorld Record

Feb 8 Kapil Dev sets world record for Test Cricket wickets with 432

Cricketer Kapil Dev
Cricketer
Kapil Dev
  • Feb 12 17th Winter Olympic games opens in Lillehammer, Norway
  • Feb 13 44th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 127-118 at Minneapolis
  • Feb 14 Alexander Golubev skates Olympic record 500m (36.33)

Sport awardSports Awards

Feb 14 2nd ESPY Awards: Barry Bonds, Julie Krone win

MLB Legend Barry Bonds
MLB Legend
Barry Bonds
  • Feb 18 Shreveport Pirates join CFL as 4th US team
  • Feb 19 Marta Figueras-Dotti wins Cup o' Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Golf Open
  • Feb 20 36th Daytona 500: Sterling Marlin wins (156.931 MPH)
  • Feb 23 Indians owner Richard Jacobs announces he will pay $10 million to name baseball field (Jacobs Field) at Gateway (becomes official 3/23)
  • Feb 24 Scoreboard is unveiled at new Cleveland Indians' park (Jacobs Field)
  • Feb 25 Phil Rizzuto elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
  • Feb 26 St Louis Blues beat Ottawa Senators 11-1
  • Feb 27 17th Winter Olympic games closes in Lillehammer, Norway

Birthdays in Sport

  • Feb 25 Eugenie Bouchard, Canadian tennis player (Wimbledon 2014 runner-up), born in Montreal, Canada
  • Feb 27 Hou Yifan, Chinese chess player

Deaths in Sport

  • Feb 5 Fred de Bruyne, Flemish cyclist/gang leader (Paris-Nice), dies at 63
  • Feb 9 Bud Wilkinson, American college football coach (Oklahoma), dies at 77
  • Feb 11 Neil Bonnett, American race car driver, dies at 47
  • Feb 11 Antonio Martin, Spanish cyclist, dies in cycling accident at 23
  • Feb 19 Renske Vellinga, Dutch speed-skater, dies in auto-accident at 19
  • Feb 20 Manuel F "Garincha" dos Santos, soccer player (Brazil), dies at 49
  • Feb 25 Hugh Tayfield, cricketer (170 wickets for South Africa in 37 Tests), dies

Person of interestJersey Joe

Feb 25 Jersey Joe Walcott, boxer, dies at 80

World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Jersey Joe
World Heavyweight Boxing Champion
Jersey Joe