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Sport Quiz #395

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 12 August 2016

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1

A team from which of these countries competed in the Olympic Games for the first time in 1952 at Helsinki?

A
Australia
B
People's Republic of China
C
Spain
D
USSR
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2

Who held the record for the number of Grand Slam tennis tournaments before it was beaten by Roger Federer at Wimbledon in 2009?

A
Lleyton Hewitt
B
Rafael Nadal
C
Pete Sampras
D
Andre Agassi
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3

In what board game do players compete to acquire wealth through buying, renting, and trading properties, with the object of bankrupting the other players?

A
Trivial Pursuit
B
Monopoly
C
Scrabble
D
Cluedo
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4

Who was the only golfer in the President's Cup tournament held at San Francisco in 2009 to win all 5 of his matches?

A
Greg Norman
B
Fred Couples
C
Tiger Woods
D
Vijay Singh
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5

Professional sportsperson Leticia Bufoni has been ranked the #1 women in her field by the World governing body in the sport; what field is that?

A
Ice hockey
B
Street skateboarding
C
Ski flying
D
Solo round the world yachting
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6

New Zealander Michael Campbell is a leading player in which sport?

A
Squash
B
Motor racing
C
Rugby Union
D
Golf
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7

What contest, held between 24 teams, was played in Dubai between 5 and 7 March 2009, and was won by Wales?

A
World Underwater Hockey Championship
B
Orienteering World Cup
C
Rugby Sevens World Cup
D
World Baseball Classic
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