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1

The record for which sport was 15.54 metres in 1909 and 21.89 metres at the 2012 Olympics?

A
Javelin
B
Men's shot put
C
High jump
D
Triple jump
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2

In general what is the maximum time applied to competitive eating contests, where the aim is to eat the most of some food in a set time?

A
15 minutes
B
1 hour
C
2 minutes
D
30 seconds
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3

The IATF (formed in 2016 in Canada) and the WATL (formed in 2017 by Canada, USA, Brazil and Ireland) organise world championships in what sport?

A
Axe throwing
B
Aerial tumbling
C
Ant tossing
D
Arctic tunnelling
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4

The International Skating Union (ISU) was formed in Scheveningen in the Netherlands in 1892 to govern speed skating and figure skating, and hosted its first Championship in Saint Petersburg in 1896. How many skaters competed?

A
1
B
4
C
50
D
650
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5

What is the tournament, known until 1975 as the South American Football Championship?

A
Copa Centenario Revolución de Mayo
B
CONACAF
C
Copa América
D
Campeonato Sudamericano de Campeones
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6

Which of these sports has a bat as part of its equipment?

A
Squash
B
Cricket
C
Volleyball
D
High jump
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7

What is a half-pipe used for?

A
A surface for gravity-based extreme sports
B
Drainage in low rainfall areas
C
People trying to give up smoking
D
Small collages
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