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Sport Quiz #658

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 27 August 2021

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1

In which Olympics did the International Olympic Committee (IOC) accept Arts into its programme for competition?

A
1908
B
1912
C
1900
D
1948
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2

Oscar Pistorius from South Africa is particularly well known, as a sportsman, for what?

A
Perfecting a new swimming stroke
B
Catching the largest trout at the Taupo Annual Open Trout Tournaments
C
Using a gold-trimmed saddle
D
Running at international level with blades in place of his lower legs
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3

In 1903, Maurice Garin was the first winner of which event?

A
Isle of Man TT
B
Tour de France
C
Mille Miglia
D
Boston Marathon
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4

Of these card games which is the odd one out?

A
Bezique
B
Canasta
C
Pinochle
D
Belote
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5

What adjective is used to describe a golfer with a handicap of zero?

A
End
B
Line
C
Done
D
Scratch
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6

As the 1984 Summer Olympic Games began, Welsh pop star Howard Jones released which single?

A
Like to Get to Know You Well
B
Pearl in the Shell
C
Life in One Day
D
Dream Into Action
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7

What was the aim of the 1984 Mexico Declaration by the National Olympic Committees?

A
To promote participation in the Olympics by Eastern Bloc countries
B
To strengthen anti-doping testing
C
To support new national Olympic committees
D
To promote holding Games in more Central and South American venues
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