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Sport Quiz #497

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 27 July 2018

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1

From 1999 to 2009 inclusive, 4 people who were not from North America won the US Masters. Which of these was from North America?

A
Mike Weir
B
Vijay Singh
C
Trevor Immelman
D
Ángel Cabrera
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2

In 2010, Neil Robertson became the second Australian to win the World Snooker Championship title. Who was the first, who won the 1952 championship?

A
Horace Lindrum
B
Ken Doherty
C
Cliff Thorburn
D
Steve Davis
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3

Jesse Owens, who won four gold medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany, represented which country?

A
USA
B
Germany
C
Thailand
D
Pakistan
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4

In which sport is the Currie Cup offered?

A
Tennis
B
Football (soccer)
C
Rugby Union
D
Swimming
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5

In 2012 an annual international event, GODZone, was established in New Zealand for competitors in what?

A
Mountain biking
B
Combined kayaking, swimming and cycling
C
Adventure and multi-discipline racing
D
Distance open sea swimming
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6

The World Surfing Champion title is awarded annually to the best competition surfer for the year, based on points earned for placings at which events?

A
One event at each of Oahu and Palm Beach
B
PSA Tour
C
ASP World Tour
D
Four "Oahu Festivals"
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7

"Silly mid on" and "gully" are positions in which sport?

A
Baseball
B
Netball
C
Cricket
D
Polo
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