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- 1 Auto Racing
- 2 Baseball
- 3 Basketball
- 4 Boxing
- 5 Cricket
- 6 Cycling
- 7 Dog racing
- 8 Field Hockey
- 9 Figure Skating
- 10 Football
- 11 Golf
- 12 Harness Racing
- 13 Ice Hockey
- 14 Olympics
- 15 Skiing
- 16 Snooker
- 17 Tennis
- 18 Births
- 19 Deaths
- Stock car racing:
- CART Racing - season championship won by Bobby Rahal
- Formula One Championship:
- 24 hours of Le Mans: the team of Derek Warwick / Yannick Dalmas / Mark Blundell won, driving a Peugeot 905
- Rally racing - Carlos Sainz in a Toyota won the World Rally Championship
- Drag racing - Joe Amato won the NHRA "Top Fuel" championship.
- World Series - Toronto Blue Jays won 4 games to 2 over the Atlanta Braves. The Series MVP is Pat Borders, Toronto.
- The Toronto Blue Jays became the first Canadian team to play in a World Series and the first non-American team to win the World Series.
- NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Duke wins 71-51 over Michigan
- NBA Finals: Chicago Bulls win 4 games to 2 over the Portland Trail Blazers
- November 13 - Riddick Bowe won a 12 round decision over Evander Holyfield to win the undisputed heavyweight championship.
- Giro d'Italia won by Miguel Induraín of Spain
- Tour de France - Miguel Induraín of Spain
- World Cycling Championship: Gianni Bugno of Italy
- February 20 - 28 - Fourteenth Men's Champions Trophy held at Karachi, Pakistan won by Germany. Australia finish 2nd.
- World Figure Skating Championships:
- Super Bowl XXVI: Washington Redskins won 37-24 over the Buffalo Bills
- November 29 - Dennis Byrd of the New York Jets is paralyzed from a neck injury during an NFL game against the Kansas City Chiefs. He made a recovery that bordered on the miraculous; although he would never play again, he would walk unassisted several months later.
- Australian Football League
- Grey Cup: Calgary Stampeders won 24-10 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
- Vanier Cup: Queen's Golden Gaels win 31-0 over the St. Mary's Huskies
- England - FA Cup: Liverpool won 2-0 over Sunderland
- European Football Championship: Denmark won 2-0 over Germany at Nya Ullevi, Gothenburg,Sweden.
- Major championship results:
- PGA Tour leading money winner for the year: Fred Couples - $1,344,188
- Champions Tour leading money winner: Lee Trevino - $1,027,002
- US Women's Open: Patty Sheehan
- LPGA Championship - Betsy King
- Dottie Mochrie; leading money winner on the LPGA tour, earning $693,335
- United States Pacing Triple Crown races:
- United States Trotting Triple Crown races:
- Australian Inter Dominion Harness Racing Championship:
- September 23 - goaltender, Manon Rheaume became the first woman to play in the National Hockey League and also the first woman ever to play in one of the Big Four Pro Sports.
- Art Ross Memorial Trophy as the NHL's leading scorer during the regular season: Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh Penguins
- World Hockey Championship
- 1992 Summer Olympics takes place in Barcelona, Spain
- 1992 Winter Olympics takes place in Albertville, France
- Germany wins the most medals (27), and the most gold medals (10).
- Alpine Skiing
- World Snooker Championship: Stephen Hendry beats Jimmy White 18-14
- World rankings: Stephen Hendry remains world number one for 1992/93
- Grand Slam in tennis men's results:
- Grand Slam in tennis women's results:
- January 31 - Mel Hein, NFL player, New York Giants
- May 14 - Lyle Alzado, NFL player
- June 4 - Carl Stotz, founder American Little League Baseball
- June 19 - Kitty McKane Godfree, tennis player, Wimbledon champion
- June 25 - Jerome Brown, football player, Philadelphia Eagles
- September 5 - Billy Herman, Major League Baseball player (1931-1947)
- October 26 - Dottie Green, catcher, Rockford Peaches, All-American Girls Professional Baseball
- November 10 - Chuck Connors, Major League Baseball player, actor
- December 16 - Rinus Terlouw, Dutch soccer player