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Sport Quiz #428

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 31 March 2017

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1

The 1994 San Marino Grand Prix was darkened by several exceptional problems. Which was not one of them?

A
The death of F1 rookie Roland Ratzenberger during Saturday qualifying
B
The serious crash of Rubens Barrichello during Friday practice
C
The death of Gilles Villeneuve during Thursday practice
D
The death of F1 Champion (1988, 190 and 1991) Ayrton Senna in the race on Sunday
Select from the options above.
2

When were the first Youth Olympic Games held?

A
2012
B
2010
C
2008
D
2002
Select from the options above.
3

In which year was the longest Tour de France held?

A
2008
B
1975
C
1926
D
1904
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4

Which is the 1999 Sega open-world action-adventure game, with detail unprecedented at the time, including a day-and-night system, variable weather effects, non-player characters with daily schedules, numerous interactive objects, and various minigames?

A
Shenmue
B
Final Fantasy VIII
C
EverQuest
D
Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast
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5

Which outdoor game played by 2 to 4 persons with balls and mallets was introduced to England from France in the 1850s?

A
Polo
B
Boules
C
Rounders
D
Croquet
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6

Carl Lewis won Olympic gold medals at 4 Olympic Games in 4 different events, including the 4x100m relay. He did not win gold for one of these sports. Which one?

A
100 m
B
High jump
C
200m
D
Long jump
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7

What was the last year in which there was just one World Darts Championship?

A
1997
B
1993
C
1984
D
2002
Select from the options above.
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