Sport Quiz #87
In billiards, 2 points are awarded for potting the white ball. How many points are awarded for potting the red ball?
Charles Sands (USA), Margaret Abbot (USA) and George Lyon (Canada) were winners in what Olympic sport at the 1900 and 1904 games?
The oldest bowls club in Scotland still in continuous use was founded in Kilmarnock in which year?
What book published in 1864 by William Wallace Mitchell, a Glasgow Cotton Merchant, became the basis of the rules of a modern game?
What was worn by the leader of the first Tour de France?
Duke Kahanamoku, who won Olympic gold in Swimming (100 m freestyle) in 1912 at Stockholm and 1920 at Antwerp popularised what sport?
Which sport has been included in only one Olympic Games, in Paris in 1900, when competition was between the Devon and Somerset Wanderers (representing England) and a team from the British embassy in Paris (representing France)?