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Sport Quiz #683

Sports & Leisure Quiz for 18 February 2022

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1

What was a major change in cricket in the 1760s, some 2 to 300 or more years after it was first played in the UK?

A
Cricketing whites became required wear
B
Balls were bowled instead of rolled along the ground
C
Women were admitted as players
D
International championships were established
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2

What sport is contested in the annual world championship MLB Series?

A
Bowls
B
Basketball
C
Baseball
D
Badger-baiting
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3

British world champion, double Olympic gold medalist and extreme sportsman James Cracknell won his medals in what sport?

A
Javelin
B
Archery
C
Equestrian eventing
D
Rowing
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4

What gambling game, requiring only two coins to play, was popular with Australian and New Zealand soldiers in World War II?

A
Cobbers
B
Roulette
C
Numismatics
D
Two up
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5

In the early 21st century formal multi-million dollar speed contests were established in the United Arab Emirates for what animal?

A
Miniature horses
B
Camels
C
Falcons
D
Gazelles
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6

Who was the world chess champion from 1969 to 1972?

A
Boris Spassky
B
Bobby Fischer
C
Anatoli Karpov
D
Mstislav Rostropovich
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7

At his retirement in 2012 from One Day International games, who held the record for scoring the most centuries in international cricket, with over 100?

A
Sachin Tendulkar
B
Ricky Ponting
C
Mike Denness
D
Daniel Vettori
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