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Short track speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Mens 500 metres

The first round was held on 24 February. There were eight heats, with the top two finishers moving on to the quarterfinals. In four qualifying skaters competed in final a, while four others raced for 5th place in final B. Final A Final B

                                               

Short track speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Mens 1000 metres

The first round was held on 22 February. There were eight heats, with the top two finishers moving on to the quarterfinals. In four qualifying skaters competed in final a, while four others raced for 5th place in final B. derrick Campbell will no ...

                                               

Short track speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Mens 5000 metre relay

The mens 5000 metre relay in short track speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics took place on 24 and 26 February at the Hamar Olympic Amphitheatre.

                                               

Speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Mens 1000 metres

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows: The following New World and Olympic records were set during this competition.

                                               

Speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Mens 1500 metres

The mens 1500 metres in speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics took place on 12 February, at the Hamar Olympic Hall. 44 competitors from 17 nations participated in the competition.

                                               

Speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Mens 5000 metres

The mens 5000 metres in speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics took place on 13 February, at the Hamar Olympic Hall. 32 competitors from 17 nations participated in the competition.

                                               

Speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Mens 10.000 metres

The mens 10.000 metres in speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics took place on 20 February, at the Hamar Olympic Hall. 16 competitors from 10 nations participated in the event.

                                               

Benetton B194

The Benetton B194 is a Formula One racing car designed by Rory Byrne for the 1994 Formula One season. The car was closely based on its predecessors, the B192 and B193, and powered by a Ford Zetec-R V8 engine. It featured Mild Seven sponsorship fo ...

                                               

Jordan 194

The Jordan 194 was a Formula One car for the 1994 season. The number 14 seat was taken by Rubens Barrichello and the number 15 seat was taken by Eddie Irvine. Kelvin Burt was named as test driver, but his mileage in the car was limited. The engin ...

                                               

Larrousse LH94

The Larrousse LH94 was the Formula One car built and raced by the Larrousse team for the 1994 Formula One season. It was the second car to be fully constructed by Larrousse, which had previously contracted specialist chassis-builders to build its ...

                                               

Lotus 109

The Lotus 109 was a Formula One car used by Team Lotus in the latter part of the 1994 Formula One season. It was designed by Chris Murphy who based the car on his Lotus 107 model. The car featured sculptured sidepods, a shorter wheelbase and lowe ...

                                               

Pacific PR01

The car name PR01 is named after P acific R acing, with 01 being their first year in Formula One. The PR01 was driven by Paul Belmondo and Bertrand Gachot for the whole season, with the test drivers being Oliver Gavin and Giovanni Lavaggi. Pacifi ...

                                               

Simtek S941

The Simtek S941 is a Formula One car, designed by Nick Wirth and Paul Crooks for the Simtek team, and used during 1994 Formula One season. Although it was the first car to race under the Simtek name the company had previously designed an unbuilt ...

                                               

Williams FW16

The Williams FW16 is a Formula One car designed by Adrian Newey for the British Williams team. The FW16 competed in the 1994 Formula One season, with Williams winning the Constructors Championship, and British driver Damon Hill finishing runner-u ...

                                               

1994 MotoGP race reports

                                               

1994 British Speedway Championship

The 1994 British Speedway Championship was the 1994 edition of the British Speedway Championship. The Final took place on 1 May at Brandon in Coventry, England. The Championship was won by Andy Smith, the second time in succession that he had won ...

                                               

1994 Individual Speedway World Championship

The 1994 Individual Speedway World Championship 1994 was the last championship will be held in the traditional single meeting world final format before the advent of the Speedway Grand Prix series in 1995. The final was held on 20 August at the S ...

                                               

1994 Speedway World Team Cup

The final of the 1994 Speedway World Team Cup, the annual international speedway world championship tournament, took place on 18 September at the Holsteinring at Brokstedt in Germany. The winners were the team from Sweden.

                                               

1994 Northern Transvaal Currie Cup season

In the 1994 Currie Cup tournament, a rugby union competition in South Africa, the Blue Bulls team from Northern Transvaal came 5th out of 10 teams and did not qualify for the final.

                                               

1994 Arizona Wildcats softball team

The 1994 Arizona Wildcats softball team represented the University of Arizona in the 1994 NCAA Division I softball season. The Wildcats were coached by Mike Candrea, who led his ninth season. The Wildcats finished with a record of 64–3. They play ...

                                               

1994 Australian Indoor Championships – Doubles

Patrick McEnroe and Richey Reneberg were the defending champions but only Reneberg competed that year with Jim Grabb. Grabb and Reneberg lost in the first round Mark Kratzmann and Brett Steven. Jacco Eltingh and Paul Haarhuis won in the final 6-4 ...

                                               

1994 Australian Indoor Championships – Singles

Jaime Yzaga was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Aaron Krickstein. Richard Krajicek won in the final 7-6 7-5, 7-6 9-7, 2-6, 6-3 against Boris Becker.

                                               

1994 CA-TennisTrophy – Doubles

Byron Black and Jonathan Stark were the defending champions but did not compete that year. Mike Bauer and David rikl won it in the final 7-6, 6-4 against Alex Antonitsch and Greg Rusedski.

                                               

1994 CA-TennisTrophy – Singles

Goran Ivanisevic was the defending champion but lost in the semifinals to Andre Agassi. Agassi won in the final 7-6 7-4, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 against Michael Sticha.

                                               

1994 Oahu Open – Doubles

                                               

1994 Oahu Open – Singles

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Asia/Oceania Zone – Knockout Stage

The Knockout Stage of the 1994 Federation Cup Asia/Oceania Zone was the final stage of the Zonal Competition involving teams from Asia and Oceania. Those that qualified for this stage placed first and second in their respective pools. Then four t ...

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Asia/Oceania Zone – Pool A

Group A of the 1994 Federation Cup Asia/Oceania Zone was one of four pools in the Asia/Oceania zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Four teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams advancing to the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Asia/Oceania Zone – Pool B

Group B of the 1994 Federation Cup Asia/Oceania Zone was one of four pools in the Asia/Oceania zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Four teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams advancing to the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Knockout Stage

The Knockout Stage of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was the final stage of the Zonal Competition involving teams from Europe and Africa. Those that qualified for this stage placed first and second in their respective pools. Then, six ...

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool A

Group A of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool B

Group B of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool C

Group C of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool D

Group D of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool E

Group E of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool F

Group of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool G

Group G of tenniss 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone – Pool H

Group H of the 1994 Federation Cup Europe/Africa Zone was one of eight pools in the Europe/Africa zone of the 1994 Federation Cup. Three teams competed in a round robin competition, with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage.

                                               

1994–95 IHL season

The 1994–95 IHL season was the 50th season of the International Hockey League, a North American minor professional league. 17 teams participated in the regular season, and the Denver Grizzlies won the Turner Cup.

                                               

Football at the 1995 All-Africa Games – Mens team squads

Below are the squads for the Football at the 1995 All-Africa Games, hosted by Harare, Zimbabwe, and which took place between 12 and 22 September 1995.

                                               

1995–96 Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1

                                               

1995–96 in Asian second tier association football leagues

                                               

1995 Football League play-offs

The Football League play-offs for the 1994–95 season were held in May 1995, with the finals taking place at Wembley Stadium in London. The play-off semi-finals were played over two legs and were contested by the teams who finished in 2nd, 3rd, 4t ...

                                               

1995–96 FIBA European League

The 1995–96 FIBA European League, also shortened to 1995–96 FIBA EuroLeague, was the 39th installment of the European top-tier level professional club competition for basketball clubs. It began on September 7, 1995, and ended on April 11, 1996. T ...

                                               

1995–96 British Basketball League season

The 1995–1996 BBL season was known as the Budweiser League for sponsorship reasons. The league featured a total of 13 teams, playing 36 games each. The division retained the same thirteen teams as the previous year after the BBL rejected an appli ...

                                               

1995–96 ACB season

                                               

1995–96 UEFA Champions League group stage

The group stage of the 1995–96 UEFA Champions League began on 13 September 1995 and ended on 6 December 1995. Eight teams qualified automatically for the group stage, while eight more qualified via a preliminary round. The 16 teams were divided i ...

                                               

1995–96 UEFA Champions League knockout stage

The knockout stage of the 1995–96 UEFA Champions League began on 6 March 1996 and ended with the final at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on 22 May 1996. The top two teams from each of the four groups in the group stage competed in the knockout stage ...

                                               

1995–96 UEFA Champions League qualifying round

The 1995–96 UEFA Champions League featured 24 teams, with eight teams qualifying automatically for the group stage and the remaining 16 playing in a two-legged preliminary round. The winners of each tie entered the Champions League group stage, w ...

                                               

1996 UEFA European Under-21 Championship squads

This article displays the squads for the 1996 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. Only players born on or after 1 January 1973 were eligible to play. Players in bold have later been capped at full international level.

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