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Sport Quiz #388

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 24 June 2016

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1

In 1971 Alan Shepard fired two balls on the surface of the moonin which sporting code?

A
Basketball
B
Golf
C
Target shooting
D
Baseball
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2

The Scrabble game board is marked with what sized grid?

A
32 by 32
B
8 by 8
C
16 by 16
D
15 by 15
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3

What was heavyweight boxer Joe Louis' nickname?

A
Spirit of St Louis
B
The Brown Bomber
C
Muhammad Ali
D
Tricky Dicky
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4

When did the style of football known as "Total Football" reach the World Cup?

A
1978
B
1968
C
1974
D
1986
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5

In what sport is the item which is played by the contestants usually 1 inch (25 mm) thick, 3 inches (76 mm) in diameter, and in the adult size weighs 3 lb (1.3-1.5 kg)?

A
Skeet shooting
B
Ice hockey
C
Underwater hockey
D
Conkers
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6

The names of Maradona, Platini and Cruyff are associated with what World Championships?

A
Tennis
B
Football (soccer)
C
Cricket
D
Swimming
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7

When the British player Virginia Wade won the women's singles title at Wimbledon in 1977, the last British woman to do so for at least the next approximately 40 years, what other significance did the win have?

A
She was also the first British winner
B
1977 was Wimbledon's centenary
C
She won by default
D
It was her last game before retiring
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