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Sport Quiz #263

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 31 January 2014

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1

If someone "rides the tube" what are they likely to be doing?

A
Walking through the Hadron Collider
B
Travelling on a high speed train
C
Surfing a wave
D
Carrying out a scientific experiment
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2

In chess, what piece is allowed to jump over other pieces?

A
Burgomaster
B
Squire
C
Mayor
D
Knight
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3

What marked the 1895 game in Canada between the Halifax Stanleys and Dartmouth Jubilees hockey teams?

A
First national championship
B
First recorded game involving two all-black hockey teams
C
The game lasted three days, and was the last to be played with no time limit
D
It was the first hockey game to be played on ice
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4

In Britain, when was the Football Association formed to draw up the rules of Association Football (soccer)?

A
1863
B
1756
C
1793
D
1824
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5

Where was Geoff Ogilvie, the 2006 US Open golf tournament winner, born?

A
New Zealand
B
Canada
C
South Africa
D
Australia
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6

Curling stones are currently made of what?

A
Schist
B
River stones
C
Greywacke
D
Granite
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7

Kelly Slater is an American professional sportsman in what field?

A
Tennis
B
Golf
C
Motor racing
D
Surfing
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