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Sport Quiz #281

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 6 June 2014

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1

Which golfer was named as Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year in 1996?

A
Lynx Copse
B
Leopard Thicket
C
Lion Forest
D
Tiger Woods
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2

What would be most useful in playing a game of backgammon?

A
A ball
B
Dice
C
Umpires
D
Special shoes
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3

Babe Ruth played for which Major League Baseball team between 1919 and 1935?

A
New York Yankees
B
Boston Red Sox
C
Providence Grays
D
Washington Senators
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4

Who scored the most goals in the 2012/13 English Premier League season?

A
Demba Ba
B
Robin van Persie
C
Michu
D
Shinji Kagawa
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5

If you were watching a game between the Red Sox and the Yankees, what sport would they be playing?

A
Baseball
B
Cricket
C
Snooker
D
Rugby Union
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6

Which sport holds its World Cup, its largest tournament event, including over 3,000 athletes and held each October at Disney's Wide World of Sports in Kissimmee, Florida?

A
Temperaball
B
Crayonball
C
Paintball
D
Gouacheball
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7

The 1976 Summer Olympics were boycotted by a number of African nations, for what reason?

A
New Zealand was included, and had recently toured its rugby team in apartheid South Africa
B
To support Taiwan's boycott when told it could not compete under the title Republic of China
C
Some were not allowed to compete under separate identities
D
Severe economic hardship and droughts
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