Daily Quizzes Daily

Our daily general knowledge quiz

Quiz Archive Archive

A complete history of our quiz challenges

By Subject Subjects

Choose from seven quiz categories

Personalised Personalised

Build a quiz by subject and difficulty

Sport Quiz #197

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 26 October 2012

A new sport quiz is available each week. Try our daily general knowledge quiz or work through our archive of daily and themed quizzes.

0 out of ?
1

What is the name of the surface used to play a game of curling?

A
Pitch
B
Bed
C
Field
D
Sheet
Select from the options above.
2

What sport is featured in the film "Blades of Glory", starring Will Ferrell and Jon Heder?

A
Ice hockey
B
Rollerblading
C
Knife throwing
D
Ice skating
Select from the options above.
3

Which English cricket captain had a well-publicised row with Pakistani umpire Shakoor Rana in Faisalabad in 1987?

Note: This question was updated in January 2021
A
Mike Gatting
B
David Gower
C
Graham Gooch
D
Chris Cowdrey
Select from the options above.
4

Steve Redgrave is most associated with which of these?

A
Rowing
B
Land speed records
C
Show jumping
D
Golf
Select from the options above.
5

The NBA team, the Supersonics, was based in which US city?

Note: This question was updated in November 2020
A
Philadelphia
B
Miami
C
Chicago
D
Seattle
Select from the options above.
6

Which cricketer has scored the most first class centuries in history?

Note: This question was updated in September 2021
A
Sachin Tendulkar
B
Jack Hobbs
C
Michael Slater
D
Ricky Ponting
Select from the options above.
7

Where is "The Self-Transcendence 3100 mile race", the world's longest certified footrace according to its organisers, which is held annually June-August?

A
An out and back course centred on Nome, Alaska, USA
B
Queens, New York, USA
C
9 laps between Los Angeles & San Francisco
D
14 laps between Boston & New York City
Select from the options above.
0%
There are 0 questions in this quiz.
You've completed 0 questions.
You've answered 0 questions correctly.
You've answered 0 questions incorrectly.