Finals

   There are some really tough
questions. So please don’t hit us 
1.
• This strategy in football was proposed by
  Helenio Herrera when he was manager of
  Inter Milan in the 1960. In its ...
A1.Catenaccio
2.
• Jan-ken-pon originated in Japan in the late 19th
  century and acquired popularity worldwide
  throughout the 20th ce...
A2.Rock Paper Scissors
3.
• The modern-day circular X, was invented by Gallaudet
  University quarterback Paul Hubbard in 1892.
  Gallaudet was t...
A3.Team Huddle
4.
• This tournament was started primarily as an opportunity for
  sports lotteries (or pools) to continue during the summ...
A4.Intertoto Cup
5. Whom is it addressed to ?
•   'If you can keep your head
•   when all about you
•   hold great expectations in red,
•  ...
A5. Tim Henman
6.
• One story states that the a Sudanese NBA
  player called Manute Bol who played in the
  1980s was responsible for coi...
A6.My bad
7.
• In tennis what is referred to as a “Bagel”?
A. A set won 6-0
8. Why is this special/unique?
A8.
• This is the advt. for the finals of France vs
  England cricket tournament – the only time
  cricket was played in t...
9.
• Kalo Harin is a national award winning short film made in
  1999. It is the rags to riches story of a dalit boy who s...
A9. IM Vijayan
10.
• This painting by Atul Dodiya fetched 57.6 lacs
  in an art auction. It is a tribute to X. On the
  painting are sign...
A. Painting the wall – Rahul Dravid
11.
• This phrase is supposed to have evolved from the
  “sport” of tent pegging. Sikh warriors would
  attack Mughal camp...
A11. Chak de Phatte
12.
• At the 1994 Monaco Grand Prix, the top two
  qualifiers, Michael Schumacher (his first ever
  pole position) and Mik...
A12.
• Nobody. The first two spots were left empty
  and were painted with a Brazilian and an
  Austrian flag in memory of...
13.
• Balwinder Sandhu, Chandrakant Pandit, Vinod
  Kambli,Sachin Tendulkar, Pravin Amre, Ajit
  Agarkar, Sanjay Bangar an...
A13. Achrekar was their coach
14.
• After being substituted in the 1994 World Cup, X showed the
  middle finger to the German fans. This untoward gestur...
A14. Stefan Effenberg
15.
• A lawyer by profession, he served as a judge, and the
  Lord President of the Federal Court before becoming
  the Su...
A15. Sultan Azlan Shah
16.
• When she played for Yugoslavia in the late
  90’s she was ranked as high as no.10 in the
  WTA rankings. She defeate...
A16. Jelena Dokic
17. Whose filmography ?
Actor:

• Silence Please... The Dressing Room (2004) .... Captain Sunny
• Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne (2...
A17. Salil Ankola
18.
• When asked who his favorite actors were, he
  famously replied – Dustin Hoffman and
  Australian bowlers in the act ...
A18. Warne’s original bunny – Daryll
             Cullinan
19. Which team does he race for in the
           current season ?
A19. Kimi Raikonnen driving for
  Citroen in the World Rally
       Championships.
20.
• The Battle of X took place at X, East Riding of Yorkshire in
  England on 25 September 1066, between an English army...
A20. Stamford Bridge
21.
• Grant Kerama(left), a NewZealand radio
  presenter became a national hero of sorts
  when he did something in 2005 t...
A21.
• Kerama donated his kidney to Jonah Lomu
  who was able to return to competitive rugby
  and establish his place as ...
22. Connect

    red wine from the Bordeaux region of France


                   A slang word for blood


   colour of th...
A22. Claret
• Claret Jug. Everything else is also Claret.
23.
• In November 2009, Thierry Henry’s infamous
  handball sent France into the WC at the
  expense of Ireland. A few day...
A23. Gillette
24.Connect
A24,
• Givanildo Vieira de Souza, the footballer who
  plays for Porto got his nickname Hulk, because
  of his resemblance...
25. Identify from the clues

                former coach of the Oakland Raiders

                  more famous as a comme...
A25. John Madden
26.




• This is the Royal Shrovetide football match held in
  Ashbourne, ________ each year. Which common
  term used in...
A26. Derby
• Royal Shrovetide football match held at
  Ashbourne in Derbyshire. Hence the term –
  “Derby”
27.
• This term is derived from the cry (in French) of a circus
  acrobat about to leap. It was first used in the 1950s by...
A27.Alley-oop
28. Id the ground. Also what annual
  cricket event takes place here ?
• Kowloon Cricket Club, Hong Kong

• Hong Kong Super Sixes.
29.
• This is a guy called Bernd Maylander. He has been doing
  something with great distinction right from 2000, that is
...
A29.
• He is the safety car driver in Formula One.
30. Identify
A30.
• This is Nick Bollitieri – perhaps – the most
  famous tennis coach.
31.
• The _________ ______ is a
  British analogy which compares the fame of
  _________ (same as the first blank) with th...
A31. Wimbledon Effect
32.
• This premier League home stadium was initially named X
  because the English queen in the pic lived at that very pla...
A32.
• X – Boleyn Ground after Anne Boleyn.

• Y – Upton Park.
33. What nickname was given to this
group of Liverpool players in the late
              1990s ?
A33. Spice Boys
• The group were cast as “nearly men” and
  rather derogatorily, “Spice Boys” – a term
  coined to charact...
34. Id the tournament.
A34. Hopman Cup
35.
• A stamp released by
  Indian govt in 1989.
  What does it
  commemorate ?
A35.
• Mohun Bagan defeating East yorkshire
  Regiments in 1911 to win IFA Shield. First
  Indian team to defeat a Europea...
36.
• What term was used to describe the 1984 test
  match series between West Indies and
  England, in England, which Wes...
A36.
• Blckwash as opposed to the normal
  whitewash.
37.
• Caroline Hall is a leading activist for social
  causes in the UK. She actively participates in
  funding campaigns....
A37.
After a decision went against his team, Tim
Henman lashed out wildly at the tennis ball
which hit Caroline, who was t...
38.
• In Danny Boyle’s movie Trainspotting, while making
  love to his girlfriend, Evan McGregor’s character says,
  “I ha...
A38. Archie Gemmill
39.
• In the 1996 World Cup, he captained UAE. He
  took only one wicket in the tournament – that
  too of Tendulkar. He i...
A39. Sultan Zarawani
40. Hit below the belt
A. Tracy Austin/Bunny Austin
• Bunny Austin was the first player to wear
  shorts at Wimbledon while Tracy became the
  fi...
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  1. 1. Finals There are some really tough questions. So please don’t hit us 
  2. 2. 1. • This strategy in football was proposed by Helenio Herrera when he was manager of Inter Milan in the 1960. In its native language, it means “bolted door”. The strategy has gone to be associated with the Italian domestic sides and Italian national team for more than three decades. Which strategy/formation ?
  3. 3. A1.Catenaccio
  4. 4. 2. • Jan-ken-pon originated in Japan in the late 19th century and acquired popularity worldwide throughout the 20th century. In Indonesia the game is composed of an earwig, a human, and an elephant. The earwig is able to climb into the elephant's ear and drive it insane, while the human crushes the earwig and the elephant crushes the human. Of its three color types of males, "orange beats blue, blue beats yellow, and yellow beats orange" in competition for females. What is the english versionof jan ken pon?
  5. 5. A2.Rock Paper Scissors
  6. 6. 3. • The modern-day circular X, was invented by Gallaudet University quarterback Paul Hubbard in 1892. Gallaudet was the first school intended for the advanced education of deaf and hard-of-hearing students. When quarterbacking, Hubbard realized that his hand signals could be read by opposing players, a particular concern when Gallaudet played other schools for the deaf. To remedy this, he invented X so that his sign-language signals could be sent and received without anyone on the sidelines or on the opposing team seeing. It became more widely used in cricket after the Indian Cricket Team used it to great success during the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
  7. 7. A3.Team Huddle
  8. 8. 4. • This tournament was started primarily as an opportunity for sports lotteries (or pools) to continue during the summer. • In fact it derives its name from the German term for Football pools though it is often referred to as the "cup for the cupless" • The first edition was held in 1961 as the International Football Cup (IFC). UEFA were initially disinclined to support the tournament, finding its betting background distasteful; nevertheless they permitted the new tournament but refrained from getting officially involved. • By 1995 UEFA having reconsidered its opinion, took official control of the tournament.
  9. 9. A4.Intertoto Cup
  10. 10. 5. Whom is it addressed to ? • 'If you can keep your head • when all about you • hold great expectations in red, • white and blue • if you can trust yourself • when others doubt you • for still having dandruff • through you endorse shampoo • if you can serve up an ace • while cooking on grass • turn the backhanded • compliment into a pass ... • if you can keep that mental strength • intact and not go round the bend • you'll be more than just a champion • you'll be a miracle my friend'
  11. 11. A5. Tim Henman
  12. 12. 6. • One story states that the a Sudanese NBA player called Manute Bol who played in the 1980s was responsible for coining this phrase. His native tongue was Dinka and as a result he wasn’t well versed in English. So whenever he made a poor pass, he acknowledged his mistake by uttering, “ ____ _____” to his his team-mates. The two word phrase has stuck in popular culture and is often used to accept one’s mistake or error.
  13. 13. A6.My bad
  14. 14. 7. • In tennis what is referred to as a “Bagel”?
  15. 15. A. A set won 6-0
  16. 16. 8. Why is this special/unique?
  17. 17. A8. • This is the advt. for the finals of France vs England cricket tournament – the only time cricket was played in the Olympics – Paris 1900.
  18. 18. 9. • Kalo Harin is a national award winning short film made in 1999. It is the rags to riches story of a dalit boy who starts out selling soda bottles on the streets earning 10 paise for each one and goes on to become one of the country’s greatest ever in his particular sport. • The movie is based on the life of an Arjuna award winning sportsman. The film expresses his life as the struggle of a poor dalit for existence and expression in modern India. • Post retirement he has found himself an alternate career as an actor and starred in the highly acclaimed film Shantam which won the national award for best film in 2001. • Who ?
  19. 19. A9. IM Vijayan
  20. 20. 10. • This painting by Atul Dodiya fetched 57.6 lacs in an art auction. It is a tribute to X. On the painting are signatures of all other members of the 2003 Indian World Cup squad except X. • Id X.
  21. 21. A. Painting the wall – Rahul Dravid
  22. 22. 11. • This phrase is supposed to have evolved from the “sport” of tent pegging. Sikh warriors would attack Mughal camps and remove the pegs of tents in which the enemy was camped thereby trapping the occupants under the heavy fabric of the tent. They would then give the battlecry “________ ___ _______” to destroy temporary bridges so that the Mughals wouldn’t be able to retaliate. In common usage, when translated to English, it means “to bring the house down”.
  23. 23. A11. Chak de Phatte
  24. 24. 12. • At the 1994 Monaco Grand Prix, the top two qualifiers, Michael Schumacher (his first ever pole position) and Mika Hakkinen, started from the second row. Who occupied the front row and why?
  25. 25. A12. • Nobody. The first two spots were left empty and were painted with a Brazilian and an Austrian flag in memory of Ayrton Senna and Ronald Ratzenberger, who had died in the previous Grand Prix at Imola.
  26. 26. 13. • Balwinder Sandhu, Chandrakant Pandit, Vinod Kambli,Sachin Tendulkar, Pravin Amre, Ajit Agarkar, Sanjay Bangar and Ramesh Powar. • Connect all of them except the connection that they all had played for Indian National Cricket team.
  27. 27. A13. Achrekar was their coach
  28. 28. 14. • After being substituted in the 1994 World Cup, X showed the middle finger to the German fans. This untoward gesture cut short his international career and as a result he played only 35 times for Germany. A great in his own right, he captained Bayern Munich to the 2001 Champions League title. Due to this incident, any player showing the middle finger is said to be “doing the X”. X ?
  29. 29. A14. Stefan Effenberg
  30. 30. 15. • A lawyer by profession, he served as a judge, and the Lord President of the Federal Court before becoming the Sultan of Perak. In early 2009, he attracted heavy criticism for his involvement in the toppling of the Pakatan Rakyat state government, which led to the Perak Constitutional Crisis.
  31. 31. A15. Sultan Azlan Shah
  32. 32. 16. • When she played for Yugoslavia in the late 90’s she was ranked as high as no.10 in the WTA rankings. She defeated Hingis – then no1 - in the first round of Wimbledon 1999. After facing a lot of abuse from her “mentally volatile” father, she donned Australian colours and currently lies 59th in the rankings. Identify this female who captured a lot of male attention in the late 90’s.
  33. 33. A16. Jelena Dokic
  34. 34. 17. Whose filmography ? Actor: • Silence Please... The Dressing Room (2004) .... Captain Sunny • Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne (2003) .... Deepak Chopra / Mahesh Yogi ... aka Captured by You (International: English title) ... aka Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne (India: Hindi title) • "Karishma: A Miracle of Destiny" (2003) TV mini-series • Pitaah (2002) .... Krishna, Shiva's son • Kurukshetra (2000) .... Inspector Avinash Self: • "Wills World Cup Cricket 1996" (1996) TV mini-series .... Himself (unknown episodes)
  35. 35. A17. Salil Ankola
  36. 36. 18. • When asked who his favorite actors were, he famously replied – Dustin Hoffman and Australian bowlers in the act of appealing. Which cricketer ?
  37. 37. A18. Warne’s original bunny – Daryll Cullinan
  38. 38. 19. Which team does he race for in the current season ?
  39. 39. A19. Kimi Raikonnen driving for Citroen in the World Rally Championships.
  40. 40. 20. • The Battle of X took place at X, East Riding of Yorkshire in England on 25 September 1066, between an English army under King Harold Godwinson and an invading Norwegian force led by King Harald Hardrada of and the English king's brother Tostig Godwinson. After a stubborn battle, King Harald Hardrada along with the majority of the Norwegians were killed as was Harold's brother Tostig.
  41. 41. A20. Stamford Bridge
  42. 42. 21. • Grant Kerama(left), a NewZealand radio presenter became a national hero of sorts when he did something in 2005 to enable the person on the right resurrect his career. Id the player on the right and funda.
  43. 43. A21. • Kerama donated his kidney to Jonah Lomu who was able to return to competitive rugby and establish his place as the greatest rugby player for the All Blacks.
  44. 44. 22. Connect red wine from the Bordeaux region of France A slang word for blood colour of the football kit of West Ham United
  45. 45. A22. Claret • Claret Jug. Everything else is also Claret.
  46. 46. 23. • In November 2009, Thierry Henry’s infamous handball sent France into the WC at the expense of Ireland. A few days earlier Tiger Woods rammed his car into a tree exposing more than he would have liked. Federer lost in the ATP World Tour at the hands of Nikolay Davydenko. Also, Rahul Dravid was dropped from the Indian cricket team. The media titled these sequence of events as “The Curse of __________”.
  47. 47. A23. Gillette
  48. 48. 24.Connect
  49. 49. A24, • Givanildo Vieira de Souza, the footballer who plays for Porto got his nickname Hulk, because of his resemblance to actor Lou Ferrigno, who played Hulk on TV. Similarly, the Argentinian footballer Sergio Aguero got his nickname “Kun”, because of his resemblance to the Japanese an.ime character Kun Kun
  50. 50. 25. Identify from the clues former coach of the Oakland Raiders more famous as a commentator for NFL telecasts inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
  51. 51. A25. John Madden
  52. 52. 26. • This is the Royal Shrovetide football match held in Ashbourne, ________ each year. Which common term used in reference to rivalries does it give rise to ?
  53. 53. A26. Derby • Royal Shrovetide football match held at Ashbourne in Derbyshire. Hence the term – “Derby”
  54. 54. 27. • This term is derived from the cry (in French) of a circus acrobat about to leap. It was first used in the 1950s by the San Francisco 49ers of the NFL to describe a high arcing pass to wide receiver R.C.Owens,who would outleap smaller cornerbacks for touchdown receptions. However, this term gained widespread use in another sport, with Al Tucker and his brother Gerald at Oklahoma Baptist University sometimes being credited with the first use mid-1960s. Others credit David Thompson as the first player to execute the classic play while at North Carolina State University, with his teammates Monte Towe and Tim Stoddard performing the necessary lob passes. What term?
  55. 55. A27.Alley-oop
  56. 56. 28. Id the ground. Also what annual cricket event takes place here ?
  57. 57. • Kowloon Cricket Club, Hong Kong • Hong Kong Super Sixes.
  58. 58. 29. • This is a guy called Bernd Maylander. He has been doing something with great distinction right from 2000, that is paramount to the proper functioning of a sport. He was unavailable to perform his usual “maintaining peace” job only two times – once in 2001 (due to injury), when he was replaced by Marcel Fassler and again in 2008 (due to illness), when he was replaced by Alex Wurz. So whats his job?
  59. 59. A29. • He is the safety car driver in Formula One.
  60. 60. 30. Identify
  61. 61. A30. • This is Nick Bollitieri – perhaps – the most famous tennis coach.
  62. 62. 31. • The _________ ______ is a British analogy which compares the fame of _________ (same as the first blank) with the economic success of the United Kingdom’s financial services industries — especially those clustered in the City of London. The point of the analogy is that a national and international institution can be highly successful despite the lack of strong native competition.
  63. 63. A31. Wimbledon Effect
  64. 64. 32. • This premier League home stadium was initially named X because the English queen in the pic lived at that very place in the 16th century. Later, it became to be known as Y – the name by which we know today. X ? Y ?
  65. 65. A32. • X – Boleyn Ground after Anne Boleyn. • Y – Upton Park.
  66. 66. 33. What nickname was given to this group of Liverpool players in the late 1990s ?
  67. 67. A33. Spice Boys • The group were cast as “nearly men” and rather derogatorily, “Spice Boys” – a term coined to characterise their antics as underachieving playboys in the game.
  68. 68. 34. Id the tournament.
  69. 69. A34. Hopman Cup
  70. 70. 35. • A stamp released by Indian govt in 1989. What does it commemorate ?
  71. 71. A35. • Mohun Bagan defeating East yorkshire Regiments in 1911 to win IFA Shield. First Indian team to defeat a European team.
  72. 72. 36. • What term was used to describe the 1984 test match series between West Indies and England, in England, which West Indies won 5- 0, thus retaining the Wisden Trophy?
  73. 73. A36. • Blckwash as opposed to the normal whitewash.
  74. 74. 37. • Caroline Hall is a leading activist for social causes in the UK. She actively participates in funding campaigns. She has donated almost all proceedings from her writing and TV appearances to the Royal Marsden Cancer Society. She is well recognized in the British media due to a very famous incident that happened at Wimbledon in 1995. What ?
  75. 75. A37. After a decision went against his team, Tim Henman lashed out wildly at the tennis ball which hit Caroline, who was the ball girl, and seriously injured her. Henman was suspended from the tournament for his actions.
  76. 76. 38. • In Danny Boyle’s movie Trainspotting, while making love to his girlfriend, Evan McGregor’s character says, “I haven't felt that good since _________scored against Holland in 1978 World Cup!” • Identify the goalscorer . The goal is regarded as one of the top 10 World Cup goals of all time.
  77. 77. A38. Archie Gemmill
  78. 78. 39. • In the 1996 World Cup, he captained UAE. He took only one wicket in the tournament – that too of Tendulkar. He is most famously known to have walked out to face Allan Donald without wearing a helmet. Needless to say, he got hit in the head by Donald. He left the international game with ODI batting and bowling averages of 4.33 and 51 respectively. Swap the figures around, as they say, and you'd have one hell of an allrounder. Who ?
  79. 79. A39. Sultan Zarawani
  80. 80. 40. Hit below the belt
  81. 81. A. Tracy Austin/Bunny Austin • Bunny Austin was the first player to wear shorts at Wimbledon while Tracy became the first player to wear coloured shorts at Wimbledon.
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