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Sport Quiz #312

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 9 January 2015

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1

In 1988, what was marketed as "the game for your whole brain"?

A
Brain Damage
B
Trivial Pursuit
C
Cranium
D
Head
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2

In 2009, Heikki Kovalainen, Kimi Raikkonen, Sebastian Vettel, Robert Kubica and Nico Rosberg were competitors in which sport?

A
Motor racing
B
Skiing
C
Weight lifting
D
Cycling
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3

Racing on ordinary roads from town to town was banned in France from 1903 when a number of people, spectators and drivers (including Marcel Renault) were killed during a race between which two cities?

A
Paris and Madrid
B
Peking and Paris
C
Liege and Rome
D
Rome and Paris
Select from the options above.
4

Where, since 1839, is the Grand National Steeplechase run over 4 1/2 miles in England in March?

A
Epsom
B
Ascot
C
Goodwood
D
Aintree
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5

Which cup, an ornate silver-plated Britannia metal bottomless ewer, designed and crafted in 1848 by Garrard & Co., was donated by Sir Henry Paget, Marquess of Anglesey, for the Royal Yacht Squadron’s 1851 Annual Regatta?

A
Borg Warner Trophy
B
Anglesey Shield
C
The America’s Cup
D
Clapperton Trophy
Select from the options above.
6

Which team beat Australia 34 - 20 in the Rugby League World Cup final in 2008?

A
England
B
New Zealand
C
South Africa
D
France
Select from the options above.
7

The game of "racquets" developed into which sport?

A
Baseball
B
Bowling
C
Squash
D
Rounders
Select from the options above.
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