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Finals of the Sports Quiz held in Hansraj as part of its quiz fest.

Finals of the Sports Quiz held in Hansraj as part of its quiz fest.

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  • 1.5 points per ID2. 10 bonus if all are right
  • ANSWERS
  • 1. Deodhar2. Klitschko3. Ernst Happel4. Hank Greenberg5. Nikki Lauda6. Herman Maier
  • Clockwise
  •  X had played only five times in as many years for his country before the tournament; after scoring a hat-trick on his international debut, in a World Cup qualifier, he was not picked again for three years. Eventually when he was recalled to the national side for the world cup he had scored only one international goal in 53 months. He didn’t receive a Golden Boot at the end of the tournament: in those days there was no formal presentation, and he had to make do with an air rifle from a local newspaper. Forty years later he received a golden boot from Gary Lineker as part of a television programme tracing the history of the award. X has regularly dismissed the idea that goals were a cheaper currency in his day. "No, it wasnt easier to score back in the day," he said, possibly 0.00000000004 seconds after watching a video of David Luiz. "The state of the ball, the length of the trip over and the amateurism of the backroom staff made everything much more complicated than today. I had somebody elses boots as well. And the last great World Cup scorer, Ronaldo, played against teams such as China and Costa Rica. Above all else, referees protect strikers much more than they did in my day. So let me repeat it:. Beating my record? I dont think it can ever be done."
  • Just Fontaine
  •  X began his career in 1770. X could appeared to be able to play a strong game of chess against it’sopponent, as well as perform the knights tour, a puzzle that requires the player to move a knight to occupy every square of a chessboard exactly once. X has defeated the likes of Benjamin Franklin and Napoleon Bonaparte holding the distinct record of being the only player to defeat Napoleon. X had a distinguished career touring Austria and Prussia and playing kings Fredrick The Great and Joseph II. Give me X?
  • The Turk
  •  X is the first squash player to have won the World Junior title twice; in 1999 and 2001 under the tutelage of Richard Glanfield. She remained the only female squash player to have achieved this, until Raneem El Weleily emulated Xs feat by winning her second World Junior Championship in 2007. X joined WISPA and turned professional in 2000 when she won her first WISPA title, after only a month in the tour. The victory came in February, when she defeated Salma Shabana in the final of the Savcor Finnish Open. On 7 June 2008, X was honoured with the Order of Merit (Darjah Bakti) or D.B. in conjunction with the birthday of the His Majesty Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin. She was the first recipient of the award which was established on 26 June 1975. X was also invited to carry the Olympic torch for Malaysia during the build up to the Athens Olympics in 2004 and being appointed as UNDP National Goodwill Ambassador for Malaysia.
  • Nicol David
  •  The opening ceremony of the 2011 IAAF World Championships ceremony culminated with the playing of a commemorative video for the late X. Posters of X had streamed the _____, the host city, weeks before the event. Brochures about his life had been circulated in the public in this remote city. World great soprano Sumi Jo sang to uplift the spectators’ hearts. "They could stop our musicians from playing our songs. They could stop our singers and silence our speakers," X said before he died. "But they could not stop me from running."
  • Sohn Kee Chung/ Son Heitai
  • -------- ----
  • World record dismissals
  •  In 1992, Alvernaz Alemao was caught with a cargo of gold and was killed after a struggle with a Customs Officer. So powerful was the hold of the Alemao family in the region that when the Customs Officer went to the Colva Police Station to seek protection, they refused to entertain him. Alvernaz’s brother____ Braz Alemao is an MP from Marmagao and an alleged gangster. FITB
  • Churchill( of the bros. fame)
  • Simply ID
  • Luiciano Aymar
  •  Mamés was a semi legendary child martyr of the 3rd century. He was tortured for his faith by the governor of Caesarea and was then sent before the Roman Emperor Aurelian, who tortured him again. The legend states that an angel then liberated him and ordered him to hide himself on a mountain near Caesarea. Mammes was later thrown to the lions, but managed to make the beasts docile. The club’s stadium was built near a church called San Mamés thereby giving the club the nickname ‘The Lions.’ Which club?
  •  . X played in the National Football League for 14 seasons, with five different teams. In his prime, X was 61" and 188 lbs., known for his speed, agility, and pass-catching ability. He got his professional start in 1925 with the Milwaukee Badgers, where he became famous as the "Vagabond Halfback" for his off-the- field behavior and spontaneity. In 1926 and 1927 he played for the Y Eskimos, and in 1928 he played with the Pottsville Maroons. Between 1929 and 1936 he played with the Green Bay Packers, with whom he won four championships. In 1937, he moved on to the Pittsburgh Steelers (then called the Pirates), where on his first play he ran back a kick 92 yards for a touchdown. He ended his NFL career in 1939 as the head coach of the Pirates. Xs spontaneous and bizarre behavior didnt stop with his football career. On one occasion, out of boredom, he climbed to the top of a train, walked to the engineers car, dropped through the ceiling, and spent the rest of the trip entertaining the drivers. In the Second World War, McNally served as a cryptographer in India. He returned to Saint Johns at age 42 to finish his economics degree and write a textbook on the subject. He again came in news in the year 2008 because of a movie.
  •  Exhaustive list of people to have won the 5000m and 10000m at the same olympics
  •  José Carlos Pace was a racing driver from Brazil. He participated in 73 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on March 4, 1972. He won one race, achieved six podiums, and scored a total of 58 championship points. He also secured one pole position. How is he immortalized in F1 history?
  • Interlagos has been renamed theCarlos Pace circuit.
  •  . Made his debut for the Indian cricket team on the tour of Pakistan 89-90. But injuries - not helped by an extremely long run-up - took their toll and he didnt appear again in that series. In 1990 he worked with Frank Tyson on remodelling his approach to the wicket, and returned with a shorter run, less pace but much-improved control. He returned to the Indian one-day side in 1993 but was again cast aside the following year, his place not helped by his reputation as a poor fielder.
  •  L’Equipe, the main sponsor of the Tour de France, has a yellow newsprint which, in turn, gives the colour for the jersey of the leader of each stage in the competition.In a similar vein, X, the title sponsor of Y, has a pinknewsprint which, in turn, gives the colour for the jerseyof the leader of each stage in the competition.X and Y?
  • X-La Gazzeta del SportoY-Giro d’Italia
  • Video 2
  • Isle of Man TT
  •  X, born 24 September 1962 is the football manager of Glasgow Rangers and former player. X began his career with St Johnstone before moving to Sunderland in 1981. He returned to Scotland two years later and signed with Rangers. At Rangers, X became the clubs record goalscorer, netting 355 goals. In addition to this X holds the Rangers records for number of league goals scored, number of Scottish League Cup goals scored and the most goals scored by a player in European competitions with 251, 54 and 21 respectively. X is also third in the all-time appearance table for Rangers, having made 581 appearances for the club. Id X. Perhaps better known now day for something else.
  • Ally McCoist(lends his voice forFIFA commentary)
  • ANTICLOCKWISE
  •  The X Championships is an international tennis tournament that has been held every year in July since 1976 at Newport, Rhode Island. Originally part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit from 1976-1989, it features a 32-player singles draw and a doubles tournament. Each year that the tournament has been held there is an induction ceremony for the X. The tournament is held on grass courts, and is the last grass court tournament of the season on the ATP tour and the only grass court tournament played outside of Europe. Previous winners of this tournament have been Rajeev Ram, Leander Paes,Fabrice Santoro and Mardy Fish. What tournament?
  • ATP Hall of Fame Tournament
  • 2010 Philippine House of Representatives election at Sarangani Party Candidate Votes PercentagePCM X 120,052 66.35%SARRO Roy Chiongbian 60,899 33.65% Valid votes 180,591 97.57% Invalid or blank votes 4,499 2.43% Totals 180,951 100.00%PCM gain from SARRO
  •  The club was originally founded on 26 April 1903 as X by three Basque students living in____. These founders saw the new club as a youth branch of their childhood team,Athletic Bilbao. In 1904, they were joined by dissident members of________. They began playing in blue and white, similarly to Athletic Bilbao. One plausible account of the reason to change colours is that both Athletic Bilbao and X used to buy Y blue and white kits in England. Once in 1911, Juanito Elorduy, former player and member of the board of X, went to buy kits for both teams. He did not find Y’s kits and bought Z’s red and white ones instead.. X, Athletic Madrid adopted the red and white shirt but kept X’s blue shorts. Give X,Y,Z
  • X-Atletico MadridY-Blackburn RoversZ- Southampton
  • ID guy on the right
  • Dr. Robert CadeCreator of Gatorade
  • Put funda. Or give missing guy Marco Antonio Barrera Tapia, a seven-time world champion boxer at three different weight classes Josh Barnett, an American heavyweight mixed martial arts fighter and a professional wrestler Isiah Thomas, a retired American professional basketball player and coach in the NBA Danny Graves, a relief pitcher for the Minnesota Twins organization Jimmy McLarnin, two-time welterweight boxing champion of the world in the 1930s. Stephen Curry (basketball), played 4 years in Davidson, current Rookie for the Golden State Warriors Fergal OBrien, a snooker player Brian Lee (ice hockey), a professional ice hockey player for the Ottawa Senators, known for his frequent hits.
  •  An attempt to popularise the sport in Great Britain was carried out by Channel 4, who commissioned a programme dedicated to the sport. The show in the early 1990s, however, failed to capture viewer attention despite fixtures such as West Bengal Police versus the Punjab. The show was axed in 1992, but not before its presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy suffered a collapsed lung while participating in the sport. Alt-rock band The Cooper Temple Clause formed a team in 2001 and was, at one stage, ranked seventh in the British domestic standings. The game is also played extensively in the small town of Peebles in the Scottish Borders, mainly in the local primary school playground, where it is favoured to more traditional childhood past-times such as British bulldogs and Kiss, Cuddle and Torture.
  • Kabaddi
  •  . X is a first-class cricket team based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was founded in 1888. The name "X" is derived from the fact it was intended to be open to anyone unlike other Colombo-based clubs such as Sinhalese Sports Club, Moors Sports Club and Tamil Union Cricket & Athletic Club which used to be aligned with a particular ethnic group at the time. The notable players of X include Russel Arnold, Lasith Malinga, Michael Vandort, Aravinda De Silva and Avishka Gunawardane among others. X?
  • Nondescripts Cricket Club
  •  The first recorded instance of the term “____" being used was to describe E. King Gill and his actions in Dallas on 2 January 1922, at the Dixie Classic, the forerunner of the Cotton Bowl Classic. Texas A&M played defending national champion Centre College in the first post-season game in the southwest. In this hard fought game, which produced national publicity, an underdog Aggie team was slowly but surely defeating a team which boasted three All-Americans. Unfortunately, the first half produced so many injuries for A&M that Coach D. X. Bible feared he wouldn’t have enough men to finish the game, so, he called into the Aggie section of the stands for E. King Gill, a reserve who had left football after the regular season to play basketball. Gill, who was spotting players for reporters at the time and was not in football uniform, willingly volunteered. When the game ended with an A&M victory, 22–14, E. King Gill was the only man left standing on the sidelines for the Aggies. Gill later said, "I wish I could say that I went in and ran for the winning touchdown, but I did not. I simply stood by in case my team needed me. "Although he did not actually play in the game, his readiness to play was noted. [pic on next slide]
  • Origin of the phrase ‘12th man’
  • ID
  • Aleksandr Karelin Only wrestler to have won 3 Olympic Golds
  • ___________ 70.3 Panama – 12th Februrary 2012Results for a certain event.Simply ID X.
  • Lance Armstrong
  • Video 3 The scene is from Martin Scorseses Color of Money. According to X , he was inspired by this scene[the dialogue that comes immediately afterwards] to name his very famous creation Y Id X and Y
  •  X - John Carmack Y - Doom
  •  Although shy and insecure as a teenager, adult X became well- known for his womanizing. In 1991, X wrote his second autobiography, A View from Above. There, the lifelong bachelor claimed he had sex with 20,000 women. For this to be true, he would have had to have had sex with 1.37 women per day from the age of 15 up until the year of the autobiographys publishing, a rate of over nine women a week. He quickly became a target for jokes and jibes, and tennis superstar Arthur Ashe was highly critical, Chamberlain defended himself: "I was just doing what was natural—chasing good-looking ladies, whoever they were and wherever they were available" and pointed out he never started a relationship with a married woman. According to Rod Roddewig, a contemporary of Xs, the 20,000 number was created when he and X were staying in Xs penthouse in Honolulu during the mid-eighties.[contd]
  •  They stayed at the penthouse for 10 days, over the course of which he recorded everything on his Daytimer. For every time X went to bed with a different girl he put a check in his daytimer. After those 10 days there were 23 checks in the book, which would be rate of 2.3 women per day. He divided that number in half, to be conservative and correcting for degrees of variation. He then multiplied that number by the amount of days he had been alive at the time minus 15 years. Which was how the 20,000 number came into existence.[18] In a 1999 interview shortly before his death, X regretted not having explained the sexual climate at the time of his escapades, and warned other men who admired him for it, closing with the words: “With all of you men out there who think that having a thousand different ladies is pretty cool, I have learned in my life I’ve found out that having one woman a thousand different times is much more satisfying.”[X also acknowledged he never came close to marrying, and had no intention of raising any children .Give me X
  • Wilt Chamberlain
  • Boston Red2007 Jon Lester Diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2006 Sox Rocco Tampa Bay Diagnosed with a mitochondrial disorder that causes2008 Baldelli Rays chronic muscle fatigue Chris St. Louis Had Tommy John surgery and nerve problems in his right,2009 Carpenter Cardinals throwing arm Joaquín Tampa Bay2010 Sat out a year after a rotator cuff tear Benoit Rays Tony2011 Diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma as a child Campana
  • Tony Conigliaro Award forComeback of the Year
  • DIFFERENTIAL 2n+5 where n is no. of non answering teams
  •  In the evening of 19th July, Boris Onischenko was alleged to have cheated in the modern pentathlon and was expelled from the Olympic Games after officials discovered his weapon was wired to score a hit without touching his opponent. In an astonishing incident that destroyed the Soviet Unions chances of repeating their Munich gold medal win in the event, 38-year-old Boris Onischenko was found to have a piece of wire concealed on his épée to trigger the electronic scoring machine. He was fighting Britains Jim Fox in the second round of the fencing when he took a lunge at his tall, fair-haired opponent. The Briton stepped back without being touched – and stood amazed as a light signalled the Russian has scored a hit. However, this quite astounding incident was overshadowed by another incident on the same day. Which very famous incident?
  •  His fear of flying very nearly caused X to miss the Olympic Games that made him a superstar. When he was told that travelling to the Games by both sea and land was not possible, he decided that he could do without the games. Finally, Joe Martin, a policeman by profession from his home town, who took him out to a public park and had a long talk for a couple or three hours. There, he calmed him down and told him that if he is to excel in his sport it is imperative that he go to the Games. So X travelled to the Games by aeroplane. But he came prepared. Before departing he visited an army surplus store and purchased a parachute, which he kept strapped on throughout the flight. Accounts differ as to X’s behaviour once the flight was airborne. Joe Martins son, Joe Jr, claims that during a rough flight X prayed in the aisle with the parachute on his back. Others recall X distracting himself from his fears by holding forth on the flight and decreeing who among the team would win a gold medal. Obviously he included himself in this select group. X?
  •  Gold Fever was the name of a BBC documentary shown in August 2000, which followed X in the years leading up to the Sydney Olympics. The 3-part series included video diaries recording the highs and lows in the quest for gold. A follow-up documentary programme entitled ”_____ “ was produced in the aftermath of the Sydney Olympics. The title was part-reference to a fictional public house, The Rovers Return, a venue in a long-running British soap opera called Coronation Street. The documentary detailed the crews return to the UK and completed the Gold Fever story. ID X.
  •  . Jennifer Irwin is an Australian costume designer. Her career spans 30 years. In 1984 she was awarded a theatre Board Grant to study at La Scala Opera, Milan. In 2001 she was awarded a Centenary Medal for service to community and has been nominated for 10 Green Room and 2 Helpmann Awards.
  •  X competed in the 1912 Olympics and was the US national all-around athlete in 1914, 1916 and 1918. Rising to president of the Amateur Athletic Union, he subsequently served as the fifth president of the International Olympic Committee from 1952 to 1972 – the only American to hold the post . X is likely to be best remembered for his insistence that the Games of the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich continue following the terrorist massacre of Israeli athletes there – a decision for which he was both praised and criticized though gained notoriety for a different reason when he was United States Olympic Committee in 1936 Berlin Olympics for removing from the US swimming squad on charges of misbehaviour but decades later, Eleanor Holm confided in fellow Olympian Dave Sime that Eleanor Holms grudge stemmed from an incident in which he propositioned her sexually and she turned him down. Give me X ?
  • ANSWERS
  •  In the evening of 19th July, Boris Onischenko was alleged to have cheated in the modern pentathlon and was expelled from the Olympic Games after officials discovered his weapon was wired to score a hit without touching his opponent. In an astonishing incident that destroyed the Soviet Unions chances of repeating their Munich gold medal win in the event, 38-year-old Boris Onischenko was found to have a piece of wire concealed on his épée to trigger the electronic scoring machine. He was fighting Britains Jim Fox in the second round of the fencing when he took a lunge at his tall, fair-haired opponent. The Briton stepped back without being touched – and stood amazed as a light signalled the Russian has scored a hit. However, this quite astounding incident was overshadowed by another incident on the same day. Which very famous incident?
  • Nadia Comaneci’s perfect 10
  •  His fear of flying very nearly caused X to miss the Olympic Games that made him a superstar. When he was told that travelling to the Games by both sea and land was not possible, he decided that he could do without the games. Finally, Joe Martin, a policeman by profession from his home town, who took him out to a public park and had a long talk for a couple or three hours. There, he calmed him down and told him that if he is to excel in his sport it is imperative that he go to the Games. So X travelled to the Games by aeroplane. But he came prepared. Before departing he visited an army surplus store and purchased a parachute, which he kept strapped on throughout the flight. Accounts differ as to X’s behaviour once the flight was airborne. Joe Martins son, Joe Jr, claims that during a rough flight X prayed in the aisle with the parachute on his back. Others recall X distracting himself from his fears by holding forth on the flight and decreeing who among the team would win a gold medal. Obviously he included himself in this select group. X?
  • Cassius Clay
  •  Gold Fever was the name of a BBC documentary shown in August 2000, which followed X in the years leading up to the Sydney Olympics. The 3-part series included video diaries recording the highs and lows in the quest for gold. A follow-up documentary programme entitled ”_____ “ was produced in the aftermath of the Sydney Olympics. The title was part-reference to a fictional public house, The Rovers Return, a venue in a long-running British soap opera called Coronation Street. The documentary detailed the crews return to the UK and completed the Gold Fever story. ID X.
  • Sir Steven Redgrave
  •  . Jennifer Irwin is an Australian costume designer. Her career spans 30 years. In 1984 she was awarded a theatre Board Grant to study at La Scala Opera, Milan. In 2001 she was awarded a Centenary Medal for service to community and has been nominated for 10 Green Room and 2 Helpmann Awards.
  • She designed Cathy Freeman’s fullbody suit for the Sydney Olympics
  •  X competed in the 1912 Olympics and was the US national all-around athlete in 1914, 1916 and 1918. Rising to president of the Amateur Athletic Union, he subsequently served as the fifth president of the International Olympic Committee from 1952 to 1972 – the only American to hold the post . X is likely to be best remembered for his insistence that the Games of the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich continue following the terrorist massacre of Israeli athletes there – a decision for which he was both praised and criticized though gained notoriety for a different reason when he was United States Olympic Committee in 1936 Berlin Olympics for removing from the US swimming squad on charges of misbehaviour but decades later, Eleanor Holm confided in fellow Olympian Dave Sime that Eleanor Holms grudge stemmed from an incident in which he propositioned her sexually and she turned him down. Give me X ?
  • Avery Brundage