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Sport Quiz #310

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 26 December 2014

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1

Which Formula One team, founded in 1963 by a New Zealander, were the first to design a car using a carbon fibre monocoque?

A
McLaren
B
Brabham
C
Williams
D
Lotus
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2

The America's Cup trophy was held by America from 1852 until 1983 when the Cup was won by which challenger?

A
Southern Cross of Australia
B
Australia II of Australia
C
Black Magic of New Zealand
D
Dame Pattie of the UK
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3

With which sport is Michael Jordan, who represented the USA at the Olympic Games in 1984 & 1992, associated?

A
Netball
B
Gymnastics
C
Square dancing
D
Basketball
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4

What sport is played with mallets with handles 52 in long, on a field measuring 300 x 160 yards?

A
Quoits
B
Croquet
C
Softball
D
Polo
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5

Who was crowned MotoGP World Champion after he finished third in the Malaysian Grand Prix on 10 October 2010?

A
Valentino Rossi
B
Andrea Dovizioso
C
Jorge Lorenzo
D
Casey Stoner
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6

Which US horse race is called "The Run for the Roses" because a blanket of roses is draped over the winner?

A
Alabama Stakes
B
The Kentucky Derby
C
Preakness Stakes
D
Belmont Stakes
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7

Who, in 1936, was the last British man to win the singles event at Wimbledon until Andy Murray from Scotland won in 2013?

A
Adam Quist
B
Jack Crawford
C
Fred Perry
D
Arthur Ashe
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