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Sport Quiz #540

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 24 May 2019

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1

Which of these is not a term from NFL (American football)?

A
Fourth down
B
Silly mid on
C
Two minute warning
D
Zone blitz
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2

The Soviet Union did not participate in the Olympics until 1952, and from 1928 organised an alternative international sports event. What were these games called?

A
Spartakiads
B
Friendly Games
C
Soviet Sport Games
D
Russian Roulette
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3

At the 2008 Olympics, South Korea protested that for Norway’s winning goal in the semifinals, the ball had failed fully to cross the goal line prior to time expiring and requested that the game continue into overtime. What sport was this?

A
Soccer
B
Handball
C
Hockey
D
Polo
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4

The symbol of the Olympic Games is made up of 5 interlocking rings, coloured blue, yellow, black, green, and what other colour?

A
Red
B
Orange
C
Indigo
D
Violet
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5

Who married tennis player John McEnroe in 1986?

A
Vanessa Redgrave
B
Ingrid Bergman
C
Tatum O'Neal
D
Maggie Smith
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6

Which Formula One team, based in Woking, Surrey, UK, and founded in 1963 by a New Zealander, has won over 160 races, 12 Drivers' Championships and 8 Constructors' Championships?

A
Lotus
B
Brabham
C
Williams
D
McLaren
Select from the options above.
7

The game of "racquets" developed into which sport?

A
Baseball
B
Bowling
C
Squash
D
Rounders
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