The Associated Press
Feb. 04, 1994
LILLEHAMMER, Norway (AP) _ Cambodia received provisional recognition Friday from the International Olympic Committee.
The move brought to 195 the number of national Olympic committees recognized by the IOC.
LA CLUSAZ, France (AP) - Lloyd Langlois of Canada and Uzbek Lina Tcherjazova won aerials events of the World Cup Freestyle Skiing competition Friday.
Langlois had 222.73 points in executing the only jump with four twists and three somersaults.
Sonny Schonbachler of Switzerland was second with 217.20 with Philippe LaRoche of Canada third with 215.80.
In the women's competition, Tcherjazova took first with 167.24 points. Kirstie Marshall of Australia was second with Jilly Curry of Britain third scoring 154.69 and 148.50 respectively.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) - Colin Jackson, the world 110-meter hurdles champion, will join fellow Briton Linford Christie in the DN Games indoor track and field meet March 8 at the Globe Arena.
Jackson, who broke the world record with a time of 12.91 in last year's World Championships at Stuttgart, Germany, will run the 60-meter hurdles.
Christie, the Olympic and world champion in the 100, will compete in the 60 meters.
FAENZA, Italy (AP) - Michele Alboreto and PierLuigi Martini of Italy will drive for the Minardi-Scuderia Italia team on this year's Formula One circuit which starts next month.
Alboreto, who once drove for Ferrari, has won five of the 178 Grand Prix race he entered. Martini has yet to win in 90 races. 27.
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) - Glen Ralph of England fired a under-par-67 in Friday's second round and took the lead in the Kenya Open with a 136 total.
One shot behind Ralph was Paul Carman, one of the co-leaders on Thursday.
Carman, also of England, shared the first-round lead with Mark Litton of Wales. Carman shot a 70 on Friday, and Litton had a 73 to fall four strokes off the pace.
Peter Njiru of Kenya was third at 138 after a second-round 68.