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Sport Quiz #611

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 2 October 2020

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1

Which of these was no longer an Olympic sport in 2012 but was restored for the 2020 Games?

A
Handball
B
Curling
C
Snowboarding
D
Softball
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2

What amateur rowing club based at Henley on Thames, England, was founded in 1818?

A
Henley Rowing Club,
B
Leander Club
C
Upper Thames Rowing Club
D
Phyllis Court Rowing Club
Select from the options above.
3

Who won the 2008 F A Cup?

A
Chelsea
B
Portsmouth
C
Manchester City
D
Cardiff City
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4

The Montreal Biodome in Montreal allows visitors to walk through replicas of four ecosystems found in the Americas. What was the building originally constructed for?

A
Town Hall
B
Catholic cathedral
C
Basketball stadium
D
The velodrome for the 1976 Olympic Games
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5

Which of these is not one of the Railway Stations on a traditional English Monopoly board?

A
Liverpool Street
B
Fenchurch Street
C
Marylebone
D
Paddington
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6

Idi Amin, dictator in Uganda from 1951 to 1960, was a champion in his country in what sport?

A
Boxing
B
Synchronised swimming
C
Curling
D
Skiing
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7

What racetrack is the usual in championship snail racing?

A
12 ins (30.5 cm) long
B
3 ft (0.91 m) long
C
Round a circle 4 ft 11 ins (1.5 m) in circumference
D
A circle - usually 13 or 14 ins (33 or 35.6 cm) radius - where the snails start from the middle
Select from the options above.
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