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Sport Quiz #480

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 30 March 2018

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1

Competitors representing which country won the most Olympic gold medals in Greco-Roman wrestling between 1896 and 2008?

A
Sweden (SWE)
B
The Soviet Union (URS)
C
Finland (FIN)
D
Hungary (HUN)
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2

Which of these is a board game?

A
Go
B
Come
C
Stay
D
Sit
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3

Following the rules of the World Darts Federation, how far from the face of a darts board are professional players required to stand?

A
6 ft (1.829 m)
B
9 ft (2.7 m)
C
7 ft (2.134 m)
D
7 ft 9¼ inches (2.37 m)
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4

The Bangkok Club System has been used in several world championship tournaments in what card game?

A
Scrabble
B
Canasta
C
Crib
D
Bridge
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5

How is lamé essential in professional fencing contests?

A
As a jacket overlay wired to a machine to register touches of the blade on the scoring area
B
As a non-slip surface to the flooring on which fencers compete
C
To coat the blades
D
As a jacket which catches the light and shows hits, for televising
Select from the options above.
6

Which of these is a wrestling hold?

A
New York oyster
B
Cincinnati lobster
C
Boston crab
D
Las Vegas squid
Select from the options above.
7

What was the subject of the Mitchell Report to the Commissioner of Baseball in 2007?

A
Gambling
B
Scoring systems
C
Use of hidden hand signals
D
Use of steroids or other performance-enhancing drugs in Major League Baseball
Select from the options above.
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