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Sport Quiz #423

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 24 February 2017

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1

A 2002 computer worm played on the watchability of, and is named after, which female tennis player?

A
Vera Zvonareva
B
Marion Bartoli
C
Svetlana Kuznetsova
D
Anna Kournikova
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2

Who was the world snooker champion in 1998, 2007, 2009, and 2011?

A
Graeme Dott
B
Ronnie O'Sullivan
C
Shaun Murphy
D
John Higgins
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3

What nationality is the 2017 PDC World Darts Champion?

A
German
B
English
C
Irish
D
Dutch
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4

Which of these is a disc used for a throwing and catching game?

A
Yo-yo
B
Hula hoop
C
Rubik's cube
D
Frisbee
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5

In 2011 three sports were accepted for inclusion in the 2014 Winter Olympics; these were Ski slopestyle, Snowboard slopestyle, and what other?

A
Snowboarding big air
B
Team alpine skiing
C
Bandy
D
Snowboard parallel special slalom
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6

When was Futsal devised as a sport?

A
1930
B
1960
C
1980
D
1870
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7

What happened during a New York sprint car race to cause NASCAR driver Tony Stewart to withdraw from the 2014 Cheez-It 355 at Watkins Glen International race the day after?

A
The Sprints race was not NASCAR-sanctioned and he was disqualified
B
His car spun out taking 10 more cars with it and he was hospitalised
C
Stewart's car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr who was walking down the track
D
His patron died in a plane crash
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