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Sport Quiz #355

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 6 November 2015

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1

Which of these is one of the 5 British classic horse races, first run in 1899, that is for 3 year olds at Newmarket in late April or early May?

A
The St. Leger Stakes
B
The Derby Stakes, aka The Derby & The Epsom Derby
C
The 2,000 Guineas Stakes
D
Epsom Oaks
Select from the options above.
2

In what year did competition for the Davis Cup begin?

A
1950
B
1900
C
1970
D
1920
Select from the options above.
3

In what sport is the object to get one's balls as close to the "jack" as possible?

A
Curling
B
Bowls
C
Tennis
D
Skittles
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4

Which of these countries has never hosted a Summer or Winter Olympics?

A
Greece
B
New Zealand
C
Australia
D
Finland
Select from the options above.
5

Who was World Superbike Champion in 1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999?

A
Troy Corser
B
Mark Webber
C
Paul Hogan
D
Carl Fogarty
Select from the options above.
6

Who won gold for the individual pursuit at the Track Cycling World Championships in 2009?

A
Alison Roe
B
Alison Shanks
C
Mary St Leger
D
Annabelle Philips
Select from the options above.
7

What did Sepp Blatter do four days after the 2015 elections for FIFA president after which he was declared re-elected president for his fifth term?

A
Announced his resignation
B
Held a celebration for the entire population of Visp, Switzerland, where he was born
C
Remarried
D
Donated his entire personal fortune to the eradication of tuberculosis in Africa
Select from the options above.
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