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Sport Quiz #489

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 1 June 2018

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1

What were the championships known as USSR vs. Rest of the World in 1970 and 1984?

A
Chess
B
Gymnastics
C
Rugby
D
Marksmanship
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2

What did Ellen MacArthur achieve with "B&Q/Castorama" on 7 February 2005?

A
Won the Gold Cup for Steeplechase at the Cheltenham Festival
B
Broke the world record for the fastest solo circumnavigation of the globe
C
Became the first woman to win a Scottish sheep dog trial
D
Broke the Water Speed Record at Coniston Water
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3

56 people were killed at which disaster in Bradford England in 1985?

A
Football stadium fire
B
Earthquake
C
Hurricane
D
Collapse of a reservoir
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4

Who is the next in this series: Jersey Joe Walcott, Rocky Marciano, Floyd Patterson, Ingemar Johansson, Floyd Patterson, ...?

A
Ezzard Charles
B
Sonny Liston
C
Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali)
D
Joe Louis
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5

A deck of cards developed nearly 600 years ago, with four suits known as swords, batons, cups and coins, is used for playing which game?

A
Ombre
B
Pinochle
C
Tarocchino
D
Quadrille
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6

Motorcycle speedway riders compete over how many anti-clockwise laps of an oval circuit?

A
10
B
6
C
4
D
12
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7

A widespread National Football League controversy about a game in January 2015 in the USA was called, colloquially, what?

A
Deflategate
B
Headsetgate
C
Bountygate
D
Spygate
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