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Sport Quiz #370

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 19 February 2016

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A commentator in 1835 in England described two men at their first meeting as, variously, "full of trickery and treachery — he has no ethics" and "as deadly and as poisonous as a rattlesnake with about the same ethics"; what were they doing together?

A
Riding pennyfarthings
B
Debating in Parliament
C
Singing a duet
D
Fighting a bare knuckle boxing match
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2

How many players from each team usually make up a rugby league scrum?

A
6
B
3
C
8
D
5
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3

When were the first Far Eastern Games, now replaced by the Asian Games, held?

A
1982
B
1913
C
1962
D
1926
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4

How frequently are each of the World Cup Soccer Finals, the Olympic Summer Games and the Olympic Winter Games held?

A
Annually
B
Every 2 years
C
Every 4 years
D
Twice a year
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5

Who will be the defending champions in the FIP World Polo Championships in 2015?

A
Mexico
B
Argentina
C
France
D
Australia
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6

When and where were association football games first played under floodlights?

A
1930s, Highbury, UK
B
1878, Sheffield, UK
C
1950, Southampton, UK
D
1955, Wembley, UK
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7

Which of these is the 1995 WBC Heavyweight champion who wrote the autobiography "Frank: Fighting Back" with the assistance of Kevin Mitchell?

A
Frank Bruno
B
Frank Sinatra
C
Frank Zappa
D
Frank Capra
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