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Sport Quiz #582

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 13 March 2020

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1

What card game, also known as Trente-et-Quarante, is played with 6 packs of cards, some of which are dealt in two rows?

A
Rouge-et-Noir
B
Baccarat
C
Chemin de Fer
D
Roulette
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2

Where was the sports firm Adidas founded, and is currently headquartered?

A
Vietnam
B
USA
C
New Zealand
D
Germany
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3

Sir Peter Blake led a team which won what in 1995 and 2000?

A
The America's Cup
B
Whitbread Round the World Race
C
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race
D
Formula One
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4

What US city is home to a basketball team called the Cavaliers and a football team called the Browns?

A
Boston
B
Cleveland
C
Seattle
D
Washington
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5

US baseball player Pete Rose was accused in 1989 of (and he confessed in 2004 to) what, that has made him ineligible to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame?

A
Feigning illness during games
B
Deliberately losing games
C
Betting on baseball
D
Throwing wide of bases
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6

Which English rowing event is held every year on the River Thames for 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday) over the first weekend in July?

A
The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race
B
Henley-on-Todd Regatta
C
Henley Royal Regatta
D
Riverview Gold Cup
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7

What is the world governing body WFFA, founded in 2017, concerned with?

A
Freestyle figure skating
B
Freestyle football
C
Foil fencing
D
Fine fretwork
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