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Sport Quiz #205

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 21 December 2012

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1

Which of these is an infringement in rugby union?

A
Knock on
B
Kicking the ball forward
C
Touching the ball with the hand
D
Blocking the goalkeeper
Select from the options above.
2

Early in 2010, Norway's Magnus Carlsen, at 19 years old, became the youngest person to top the world ranking in what?

A
Gymnastics
B
Tennis
C
Chess
D
Darts
Select from the options above.
3

Which singer had a "wardrobe malfunction" at the half time show at the 2004 Super Bowl?

Note: This question was updated in January 2022
A
Britney Spears
B
Christina Aguilera
C
Janet Jackson
D
Jennifer Warnes
Select from the options above.
4

In cricket, what term is used to describe the situation when a batsman is "out" from the first ball in both innings?

A
Pair
B
King pair
C
Bronze duck
D
Silver duck
Select from the options above.
5

In April 1939, Clark University's Joseph Deliberato set a new record doing what?

A
Eating hotdogs
B
Swallowing goldfish
C
Running naked at a sports event before being caught
D
Playing the saxophone
Select from the options above.
6

What was the winning team in the Formula One Championship 2011?

A
Top Gear, with Stig in a BMW
B
McLaren, with Lewis Hamilton in a Mercedes
C
Red Bull, with Sebastian Vettel in a Renault
D
Brabham, with Denny Hulme and a Repco engine
Select from the options above.
7

Which coach of the Notre Dame american football team was killed in a plane crash in 1931?

A
Dick Romney
B
Knute Rockne
C
Bernie Moore
D
Ed Hall
Select from the options above.
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