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Sport Quiz #248

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 18 October 2013

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1

The TT on the Isle of Man, first run in 1905, is for what?

A
Cars with drivers who don't drink alcohol
B
Motorcycles
C
Table top model train races
D
Visa processing services for European travel
Select from the options above.
2

Who is the next in this series: John L. Sullivan, James J. Corbett, Bob Fitzsimmons, James J. Jeffries, Marvin Hart, ... ?

A
Joe Louis
B
Jack Johnson
C
Tommy Burns
D
James J. Braddock
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3

Who was England's goalkeeper when they won the soccer World Cup Final in 1966?

A
Gordon Banks
B
Peter Bonetti
C
Ron Springett
D
Peter Shilton
Select from the options above.
4

Who is the player who has come closest to meeting the modern definition of golf's Grand Slam by holding all four modern major championships simultaneously?

A
Jack Niklaus
B
Arnold Palmer
C
Tiger Woods
D
Lee Trevino
Select from the options above.
5

Where is the Estádio da Luz ("Stadium of Light"), the home stadium of the association football club S.L. Benfica, which has a capacity of 65,400, and opened in October 2003, replacing a larger stadium, which was also called Estádio da Luz?

A
Lisbon, Portugal
B
Madrid, Spain
C
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
D
Macau, China
Select from the options above.
6

Duck or goose feathers, from the left wing only, are used in what?

A
Fletching arrows for archery
B
Feathered shuttlecocks
C
Fletching darts
D
Quills for caligraphy
Select from the options above.
7

Olympic gold medallists Natasa Janics and Alfréd Hajós represented which country?

A
Serbia
B
Romania
C
Estonia
D
Hungary
Select from the options above.
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