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Sport Quiz #463

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 1 December 2017

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1

Which Formula One driver shocked the motoring world with his announcement immediately following the announcement of the World Champion in 2016?

A
Lewis Hamilton
B
Sebastian Vettel
C
Nico Rosberg
D
Max Verstappen
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2

What is the first name of the woman that Tiger Woods married on 5 October 2004 and was officially divorced from on 23 August 2010?

A
Edith
B
Elin
C
Emily
D
Elizabeth
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3

What does "TT" stand for in the name of the race first held on the Isle of Man in 1907?

A
Tourist Trophy
B
Top Ten
C
Thin Tyres
D
Time Trials
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4

The term "bonspiel" is used in which sport?

A
Croquet
B
Archery
C
Lacrosse
D
Curling
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5

Jocky Wilson, an unemployed coal delivery man and miner, was World professional Champion in 1982 and 1989 in what sport?

A
Tennis
B
Pole Vault
C
Steeplechase
D
Darts
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6

In 1990, who became the first son and father to play on the same Major League Baseball team at the same time (the Seattle Mariners), and the only father and son pair to hit back to back home runs?

A
Ken Griffey
B
Paul Hornung
C
Joe Nuxhall
D
Tony Romo
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7

Dr. Benjamin Spock, the American pediatrician who wrote "Baby and Child Care", published in 1946, won an Olympic gold medal in what type of event?

A
Wrestling
B
High jump
C
Marathon
D
Rowing
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