November 1995 in Sport

Events in Sport

  • Nov 3 First NBA game at FleetCenter in Boston; Celtics lose to Milwaukee Bucks, 101-100
  • Nov 3 First NBA game at Rose Garden in Portland; Trail Blazers lose 92-80 to Vancouver Grizzlies
  • Nov 3 First NBA game at SkyDome in Toronto; Raptors beat New Jersey Nets, 94-79
  • Nov 4 1st-class Cricket debut of Paul Adams, W Province v N Transvaal
  • Nov 4 Key Arena opens, Seattle Supersonics beat LA Lakers 103-89
  • Nov 5 Woo-Soon Ko wins LPGA Toray Japan Queens Cup Golf Tournament
  • Nov 5 First NBA game at General Motors Place in Vancouver; Grizzlies beat Minnesota Timberwolves, 100-98 in OT
  • Nov 6 Art Modell officially announces Cleveland Browns are moving to Balt
  • Nov 12 25th NYC Women's Marathon won by Tegla Loroupe in 2:28:06
  • Nov 12 26th NYC Marathon won by German Silva in 2:10:00

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Nov 12 Last day of Test cricket for New Zealand batsman Martin Crowe

Cricketer Martin Crowe
Cricketer
Martin Crowe
  • Nov 12 Marino breaks Tarkenton's NFL all-time passing yardage mark of 47,003

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Nov 12 German Benetton driver Michael Schumacher crashes in the season-ending Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide but claims second straight World F1 Drivers title by 33 points from Damon Hill

Formula 1 Driver Michael Schumacher
Formula 1 Driver
Michael Schumacher
  • Nov 12 45th NASCAR Sprint Cup: Jeff Gordon wins
  • Nov 18 60th Iron Bowl: Auburn beats Alabama 31-27 in Auburn
  • Nov 19 83rd CFL Grey Cup: Balt Stallions defeats Calgary Stampeders, 37-20
  • Nov 19 German tennis No. 1 Steffi Graf outlasts No. 2 Anke Huber 6–1, 2–6, 6–1, 4–6, 6–3 to win the WTA Tour Championship at Madison Square Garden, NYC
  • Nov 26 33rd Tennis Fed Cup: Spain beats USA in Valencia Spain (3-2)

Sports record brokenNFL Record

Nov 26 Dolphins QB Dan Marino sets NFL record with 343rd touchdown pass

Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback Dan Marino
Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback
Dan Marino
  • Nov 26 Federation Cup Women's Tennis, Valencia, Spain: Conchita Martínez beats American Mary Joe Fernández 6-3, 6-4 to give Spain an unassailable 3-0 lead (ends 3-2) and their 4th title

Birthdays in Sport

  • Nov 23 Ariya Jatanugarn, Thai golfer, (British Open 2016, US Open 2018), born in Bangkok, Thailand

Divorces in Sport


Broken heartDivorce of Interest

Nov 17 Retired MLB player Johnny Bench (47) divorces Laura Cwikowski after nearly 8 years of marriage

MLB Catcher Johnny Bench
MLB Catcher
Johnny Bench

Deaths in Sport

  • Nov 2 Alun Edward Islwyn Pask, rugby International, dies at 58
  • Nov 2 Sal Gliatto, American baseball player, dies at 93
  • Nov 10 Clairmonte Depeiaza, West Indian cricketer (world record partnership v Aust 1955), dies at 67
  • Nov 20 Sergei Grinkov, figure skater (Olympic gold), dies of heart attack at 28
  • Nov 23 Frank Hammond, tennis umpire, dies of ALS at 66
  • Nov 27 Giancarlo Baghetti, racing driver/journalist, dies at 60
  • Nov 28 Brunhilde Hendrix, German relay runner (Olympic silver 1960), dies at 57
  • Nov 30 Hopper Levett, Kent cricket wicketkeeper (1930-47, Test 1934), dies