SEOUL, South Korea (AP) _ The Soviet Union beat defending champion Peru 12-15, 10-15, 15-6, 15-3, 15-11 Sunday and won the FIVB Cup international women’s volleyball tournament.
The Soviets were unbeaten in the five-day meet. Peru placed second with a 4-1 record.
South Korea beat Italy 15-2, 15-10, 15-9 in another final day match. Thew South Koreans finished third with a 3-2 record and Italy was fourth at 2-3.
MACA0 (AP) - British Formula Three auto racing champion Andy Wallace of Britain, capitalizing on an error by Dutch driver Jan Lammers in the first leg’s last lap, won the 33rd Macao Grand Prix Sunday in a Reynard 863 VW.
Another driver of Team Watson’s, defending champion Mauricio Gugelmin of Brazil, finished second in a Ralt RT30 VW.
Lammers, who almost collided with Wallace, was third, also in a Ralt RT30 VW.
The race was held in two 15-lap legs over the tricky 3.8-mile Guia circuit.
Wallace won the first leg in 36 minutes, 24.81 seconds, and the second in 36:06.38. Gugelmin finished third in 36:26.33 in the first leg and also was third in the second in 36:09.97. Lammers was runner-up in the first leg in 36:25.27 and fourth in the second in 36:11.83.
Gugelmin and Lammers achieved the same aggregate placings, but the Brazilian was declared runner-up on combined times.
Italian Emanuele Pirro, driving a Ralt RT30 VW, was runner-up in the second leg but sixth in the first.
KYOTO, Japan (AP) - Fourth-seeded Isabelle Crudo of France beat Anggar Kusuma of Indonesia 7-5, 7-6 (7-4) Sunday in the singles final of the Japan Women’s Tennis Circuit ’86 Tournament.
The top-seeded Indonesian pair of Kusuma and Y. Basuki rallied for a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory over the Japanese team of Junko Kimura and Kazuko Ito for the doubles title on the hard courts of Kyoto Friend Tennis Club.
GOTEMBA, Japan (AP) - The team of Australian Vern Schuppan and Japan’s Keiichi Suzuki drove their Porsche 956 to victory Sunday in the All-Japan Fuji 310-mile endurance race.
The winning team sped the 113 laps around the 2.75-mile Fuji Speedway at the foot of Mount Fuji in 2 hours, 41 minutes, 39.667 seconds at an average speed of 115.477 mph.
The Japanese team of Kenji Takahashi and Kunimitsu Takahashi, driving a Porsche 962C, came in second in 2:45:05.735, followed two laps behind by another Japanese pair, Hideki Okada and Jiro Yoneyama, in a Porsche 956.
Two drivers drove alternately during the race, in which only 16 cars finished out of the 28 starters.
OSLO, Norway (AP) - Gunde Swan of Sweden won the men’s 10-kilometer cross country ski race at Beitostoelen Sunday in 32 minutes, 32.1 seconds. Andi Gruenenfelder of Switzerland was second in 33:32.1.
Karin Thomas of Switzerland beat Anne Jahren of Norway by five seconds to win the women’s 5-kilometer race. Thomas was timed in 22:08 and Jahren in 22:13.