ROAD RACING—ZACKARIAH BARIE of Tanzania ran a world record of 27:43 for 10 km in Phoenix. He surpassed by six seconds the mark set by Michael Musyoki of Japan in 1982.
SKIING—In World Cup events, HOLLY FLANDERS won the women's downhill at Ste. Anne de Beaupr�, Que., and BILL JOHNSON was the men's downhill champion in Aspen (page 20).
INDOOR SOCCER—MISL: Led by Tasso Koutsoukos' two goals, Kansas City beat Wichita 5-4 to take over first place in the Western Division, a game ahead of St. Louis. In the East, Cleveland held its half-game lead over Pittsburgh with victories at Phoenix (7-4) and Los Angeles (4-1).
NASL: Golden Bay took a half-game lead over San Diego with a 7-6 victory over Vancouver—the Earthquakes' Steve Zungul had three goals—and an 11-3 defeat of Tampa Bay.
TENNIS—MARTINA NAVRATILOVA beat Chris Evert Lloyd 6-3, 7-5, 6-1 to win the $500,000 Virginia Slims Championships in New York (page 50).
John McEnroe downed Tomas Smid 6-0, 6-4 to win the $200,000 Grand Prix of Madrid.
TRACK & FIELD—THIERRY VIGNERON of France soared 19'2�" in G�teborg, Sweden to surpass by �" the world indoor pole-vault record set by Sergei Bubka of the U.S.S.R. on Feb. 10.
MILEPOSTS—ELECTED: To the Baseball Hall of Fame, PEE WEE REESE, 65, shortstop with the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1940 to '58, and RICK FERRELL, 78, a catcher with the St. Louis Browns, Boston Red Sox and Washington Senators from 1929 to '47.
NAMED: As coach of the Washington Federals of the USFL, DICK BIELSKI, 51, formerly the team's offensive coordinator. He replaced Ray Jauch, 46, who was fired.
As winner of the AAU's Sullivan Award for the nation's top amateur athlete in 1983, EDWIN MOSES, 28, who has won 87 straight 400-meter hurdles finals and has run nine of the 10 fastest times in the event.