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Sport Quiz #81

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 6 August 2010

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1

By the time his Olympic career ended in 1960, who had won more Olympic medals than any other fencer?

A
Sergei Diaghileff
B
James Gandolfini
C
Edoardo Mangiarotti
D
Marco Pierre White
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2

The Superclásico is contested between Boca Juniors and River Plate in Buenos Aires, in what sport?

A
Baseball
B
Soccer
C
Beach Volleyball
D
Pelotte
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3

Which team won the inaugural tournament for the FIFA World Cup (Soccer) in 1930?

A
USA
B
Australia
C
France
D
Uruguay
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4

Of the 37 venues used to host events at the 2008 Summer Olympics, how many new ones were constructed for use at the Games?

A
30
B
4
C
12
D
6
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5

Who, at the end of her Olympic career in 1964, held the record for winning the most Olympic medals at 18 and the record for most individual medals (14 outside of team events) in Olympic history?

A
Florence Griffith-Joyner
B
Margot Fonteyn
C
Neroli Fairhall
D
Larisa Latynina
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6

Which international soccer team plays in shirts with blue and white vertical stripes?

A
Argentina
B
Chile
C
India
D
China
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7

What is the relationship between Ukrainians Vitali Klitschko and Wladimir Klitschko, who have dominated the IBF, WBO, WBC and IBO world heavyweight championships since 1999?

A
Uncle and nephew
B
Father and son
C
Cousins
D
Brothers
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