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Sport Quiz #246

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 4 October 2013

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1

Who became the World Superbike Champion in 2005?

A
Neil Hodgson
B
Troy Corser
C
Carl Fogarty
D
Troy Bayliss
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2

Competitors from which country won the most medals at the 2010 World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro, New Zealand?

A
Great Britain
B
Germany
C
New Zealand
D
France
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3

What is used on a greyhound racetrack to induce the dogs to race?

A
A very loud starting gun
B
A moving lure
C
A thrown stick
D
Video of other races
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4

Which snooker player, nicknamed "The Grinder", in 1980 became the first player from outside the United Kingdom to win the world snooker championship?

A
Perrie Mans
B
Ken Doherty
C
Eddie Charlton
D
Cliff Thorburn
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5

Which is the biggest ball?

A
Cricket ball
B
Beach volleyball
C
Table tennis ball
D
Ballpoint pen ball
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6

After she beat Francesca Schiavone at the Sony Ericsson Tennis Championships in Doha, who was ranked World No. 1 on the WTA Tour?

A
Caroline Wozniacki
B
Samantha Stosur
C
Elena Dementieva
D
Vera Zvonareva
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7

It is a team sport played on ice, in which up to 10 skaters per team use sticks to direct a ball into the opposing team's goal, with 18 countries in 2016 contesting its World Championships. What is it called?

Note: This question was updated in September 2016
A
Broomball
B
Ice hockey
C
Bandy
D
Ringette
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