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Sport Quiz #39

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 16 October 2009

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1

Who beat Roger Federer in the men's Wimbledon final in 2008?

A
Juan Martin del Potro
B
Marat Safin
C
Rafael Nadal
D
Andy Roddick
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2

In which of these games would you hear talk of a gambit?

A
Poker
B
Squash
C
Chess
D
Surfing
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3

In 2005, which championship had rounds in England, USA, France, Belgium, Turkey, Monaco, Germany, Bahrain, Australia, Malaysia, Italy, Spain, Canada, Hungary, Brazil, Japan and China?

A
Squash
B
Formula 1
C
Baseball
D
Polo
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4

Which boxer relinquished his world welterweight title after defeating Jake La Motta in 1951?

A
George Costner
B
Laurent Dauthuille
C
Sugar Ray Robinson
D
Marcel Cerdan
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5

Which sport holds its World Cup, its largest tournament event, including over 3,000 athletes and held each October at Disney's Wide World of Sports in Kissimmee, Florida?

Note: This question was updated in May 2014
A
Temperaball
B
Crayonball
C
Paintball
D
Gouacheball
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6

The World Cup for which sport is an annual international competition initiated in 1978 by Swiss journalist Max E. Amman, and originally sponsored by Volvo?

Note: This question was updated in May 2014
A
Orienteering
B
Show jumping
C
Rugby 7s
D
Motor cycling
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7

Which of these is the surname of two sisters who are tennis champions?

A
Scissor
B
Woods
C
Williams
D
Bronté
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