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Sport Quiz #296

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 19 September 2014

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1

Which of these has had a distinct National Olympic Committee since 1950 and competed at the Olympic Games from 1952, although it has been only a colony and a "region", but never a nation?

A
Goa
B
Taiwan
C
Macau
D
Hong Kong
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2

International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge used to play which sport, representing Belgium?

A
Rugby union
B
Billiards
C
Tennis
D
Curling
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3

Where was the first "Surf Bathers' Life-Saving Club" founded?

A
Malibu, California, USA
B
Bondi, Sydney, Australia
C
Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii, USA
D
Clam Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
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4

In what sport are the Leominster Rams consistently the champions?

A
Street hockey
B
American football
C
Ice hockey
D
Basketball
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5

What winter sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting was called "military patrol" when it was contested at the Olympic Winter Games in 1924, and demonstrated in 1928, 1936, and 1948?

A
Steeplechase
B
Nordic walking
C
Cross-country slalom
D
Biathlon
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6

Who were the contenders in the longest cricket test match ever played?

A
England v South Africa
B
New Zealand v South Africa
C
England v West Indies
D
West Indies v India
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7

In the fantasy novel series, The Throne of Fire, the characters must play what ancient Egyptian game?

A
Backgammon
B
Chess
C
Go
D
Senet
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