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Sport Quiz #479

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 23 March 2018

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1

Except for 1978, which team won every World Lacrosse Championship between 1967 and 2002?

A
England
B
Canada
C
Australia
D
USA
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2

In the men's ice hockey tournament at the 2010 Olympics, Sidney Crosby scored the winning goal for Canada to win the gold medal. Which nation was Canada competing against?

A
Slovakia
B
Finland
C
USA
D
Sweden
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3

Which of these is part of a golf course?

A
Red
B
Blue
C
Green
D
Black
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4

At the 1980 Olympics at Moscow, which Cuban was the first to win three Olympic gold medals in Heavyweight boxing?

A
Teófilo Stevenson
B
Félix Savón
C
Daniel Bekker
D
Henry Tillman
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5

Which game uses the smallest balls?

A
Tennis
B
Snooker
C
Billiards
D
Golf
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6

What annual event, to have been held in 2008, was cancelled after al-Qaeda's murder of four French tourists on Christmas Eve in December 2007 in Mauritania?

A
The Dakar Rally
B
North African Tennis Open
C
World Water Divining Championship
D
Sahara Camel 5,000
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7

For what do Manceaux and Mancelles close off some of the streets of their city every June?

A
A camel race round Shibam and to its 16th-century Walled City known as the "Manhattan of the Desert"
B
Manchester Food and Drink Festival
C
The endurance car race, 24 Hours of Le Mans
D
Europa Jazz Festival
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