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Q1. The annual International Tree Climbing Championship is held under the auspices of which organisation?

A
ISA
B
ITTC
C
WTC
D
IOC
Select from the options above.
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Q2. In the 1992 Summer Olympics the win in the Men's Lightheavyweight weightlifting was tied among three, all of whom had lifted the same weight. The bronze medal was decided by the contestants' weight, how were the silver and gold decided?

A
By a toss of the coin
B
By who lifted the winning weight first
C
By who held their winning weight up longest
D
By the aggregate of their lifted weights
Select from the options above.
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Q3. Where has the international competition The Golden Shears been held since 1961?

A
Karoonda, Australia
B
Aberystwyth, Wales
C
Finchley, England
D
Masterton, New Zealand
Select from the options above.
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Q4. When world ranked No.2 Li Na retired from professional playing in 2014 what sport was she retiring from?

A
Curling
B
Formula One motor sport
C
Dragon boat racing
D
Tennis
Select from the options above.
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Q5. What do the letters R and A stand for in the name of the world's oldest golf club?

A
Royal and Ancient
B
Royal and Allcock
C
Riverside and Allchurch
D
River and Amberside
Select from the options above.
6

Q6. In what game would you declare a rubber?

A
Chess
B
Backgammon
C
Bridge
D
Pinochle
Select from the options above.
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Q7. What football team is based in Green Bay, Wisconsin?

A
Stackers
B
Boxers
C
Packers
D
Storemen
Select from the options above.
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