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Sport Quiz #587

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 17 April 2020

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1

The USA won the most medals at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000. Out of these countries, which one won the most?

A
Australia
B
Cuba
C
Madagascar
D
Cameroon
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2

What is the minimum number of hurdles that must be cleared by each competitor in the Olympic 400m hurdles?

A
12
B
10
C
15
D
6
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3

What is the common name for a strategic board game for two players who alternately place black and white stones on the vacant intersections of a grid of 19×19 lines?

A
Go
B
Draughts
C
Scrabble
D
Chess
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4

Yellow or red cards are given for infringements in which of these?

A
Darts
B
Speed skating
C
Sumo wrestling
D
Surfing
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5

Single buck or double buck in a sports competition refers to what?

A
A method of sawing through a piece of wood
B
A style of springboard dive
C
An archery single or double shoot
D
A command in dressage
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6

In 1996, at Atlanta, Karch Kiraly was the first US player of which sport to win three Olympic gold medals?

A
Weightlifting
B
Handball
C
Volleyball
D
Wrestling
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7

In 1976, who was the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event?

A
Nadia Com─âneci
B
Anna Kournikova
C
Martina Navrátilová
D
Katherine Romanov
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