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Sport Quiz #432

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 28 April 2017

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1

When was the only death linked to drug use following an event at an Olympic Games?

A
1904
B
1960
C
1968
D
1956
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2

What kind of contestant would be most likely to enter the lists in the Middle Ages?

A
Archer
B
Armed knight
C
Lute player
D
Poet
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3

A number of sports have been demonstrated at the Winter Olympic Games and then been included on the official programme. Some don't make it. Which of these was demonstrated and then made it onto the programme?

A
Skijoring
B
Ice stock sport
C
Speed skiing
D
Snowboarding
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4

In deciding the value of a hand in a card game of Bridge before a bid is made, what value does the Milton Work Point Count assign a Jack, or Knave?

A
1
B
4
C
0.5
D
2
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5

What is the next in this series: Ste. Devote, Beau Rivage, Massenet, Casino, Mirabeau Haute ... ?

A
Piscine
B
Virage Antony Noghes
C
Grand Hotel Hairpin
D
Tabac
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6

Theoretically, what is the minimum number of strokes with which a tennis player can win a set?

A
48
B
24
C
36
D
12
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7

What happened for the first time in the 1994 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Championship?

A
Professional players were included
B
Currently active American NBA players participated
C
Women were included
D
The venue was in a country outside South America
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