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Sport Quiz #306

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 28 November 2014

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1

What is the aim of the game played in the UK called Bingo?

A
To sing accurately the largest number of music hall songs
B
To mark off a specified pattern of numbers, or no pattern at all, printed on the player's ticket
C
To swap the most, different, stories with other players
D
To mark off all numbers printed in one line on the player's ticket
Select from the options above.
2

Started as early as 1888, professional competitions offering trophies testing and displaying cowboy and vaquero skills are called what?

A
Rodeo
B
Bull Riding
C
Stampede
D
Charreada
Select from the options above.
3

Who was the first player to hit 60 home runs in one season Major League Baseball in 1927, a record broken in 1961?

A
Babe Ruth
B
Mickey Mantle
C
Roger Maris
D
Hank Aaron
Select from the options above.
4

Which of these puzzles was the most recently invented?

A
Kendoku
B
Cryptic crossword
C
Sudoku
D
Rubik's Cube
Select from the options above.
5

US basketballer LeBron James caused headlines in 2010 and 2014 by first leaving and then returning to what team?

A
San Antonio Spurs
B
Miami Heat
C
Oklahoma City Thunder
D
Cleveland Cavaliers
Select from the options above.
6

The two goal posts, located at the same end of the field, are the furthest apart in which of the following sports?

A
American football
B
Hockey
C
Association football (soccer)
D
Rugby Union
Select from the options above.
7

When was the last year in which the Summer and Winter Olympics were held in the same country and in the same year?

A
1972
B
2012
C
1948
D
1936
Select from the options above.
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