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Sport Quiz #269

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 14 March 2014

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1

When and where was the inaugural Football World Cup held?

A
1927, Amsterdam
B
1924, Paris
C
1930, Uruguay
D
1934, Italy
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2

Where was the first FIFA Club World Championship, a football competition contested between the world's champion clubs, held in 2000?

A
Brazil
B
Japan
C
Abu Dhabi
D
Spain
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3

What international sporting body is based in Dublin, Ireland?

A
World Curling Federation
B
International Rugby Board
C
World Darts Federation
D
International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles
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4

The aim of which game, normally played on hard dirt or gravel, and also on grass, while standing with the feet together in a small circle, is to throw metal balls as close as possible to a small ball called a cochonnet?

A
Bocce
B
Petanque
C
Bowls
D
Skittles
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5

What is a form of cricket, originally introduced in the United Kingdom for professional inter-county competition by the England and Wales Cricket Board in 2003, that involves two teams, each of which has one innings?

A
Thirty30
B
Ten10
C
Five5
D
Twenty20
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6

The game Ticket to Ride involves what kind of transport?

A
Submarine
B
Horse
C
Pedestrian
D
Rail
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7

The FAI awards the Leonardo da Vinci Diploma annually in what discipline?

A
Code structure
B
Parachuting
C
Sculpture
D
Engineering
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