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BOSM Sports Quiz 2011 Finals, BITS Pilani

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Finals of the sports quiz conducted during the BITS Open Sports Meet. It was conducted by the English Language Activities Society in association with Budh International Circuit. …

Finals of the sports quiz conducted during the BITS Open Sports Meet. It was conducted by the English Language Activities Society in association with Budh International Circuit.
QMs- Deepak Gopinath & Mayank Kowshik

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  • 1. In association with present QMsMayank KowshikDeepak Gopinath
  • 2. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 3. THE GRAND FINALEInfinite bounce• 10 points on a correct answer• 6 questions going clockwise BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 4. 1.
  • 5. 1. ANSWERBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 6. 2. Prometheus is a Titan, the son of Iapetus and Themis, and brother to Atlas, Epimetheus andMenoetius. He was a champion of mankind, known forhis wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gaveit to mortals. Zeus then punished him for his crime byhaving him bound to a rock while a great eagle ate his liver every day only to have it grow back to be eaten again the next day. His myth has been treated by a number of ancient sources. How has Prometheus’s crime been immortalized? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 7. 2.The Olympic Flame BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 8. 3. "Following the completion of the AT&T National I am no longer doing it, after he informed me that he needed to make a change. After 13 years of loyalservice needless to say this came as a shock. Given the circumstances of the past 18 months with scandal, a new coach and with it battling through injuries I am very disappointed to end our very successfulpartnership at this time. Having started my career withAustralian greats I am excited about the future working for another Australian." Whose press release? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 9. 3.Steve Williams, former caddie of Tiger Woods BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 10. 4.Identify this Olympic sport. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 11. 4. DressageBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 12. 5. Given in the image (next slide) is the proposed design of the stadia. The ________ Stadia-Connex group say their revolutionary idea would cost £200m less than actual cost. It would consist of hospitality facilities, 150 executiveboxes and a vast underground car park, together with a 300-room luxury hotel. Moreover, it will hold 60,000 fans each. Answer is the blank. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 13. 5.BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 14. 5.MerseysideBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 15. 6.X joked that "Y can have all those championships hes going to win but Im keeping my hill". “Y hasnt done enough for a name change. Heneeds to be a champion. X did an awful lot”, said a spectator when asked for her opinion about the name change of the place. ID X and Y. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 16. 6.X- Tim Henman, Y- Andy Murray BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 17. THE GRAND FINALEFormula One round:• Written round with 6 questions.• 10 points on a correct answer BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 18. 1. Ron Howard has reportedly been lined up to direct a Formula 1 movie. The project, titled Rush, is currently in development and will chart the rivalry between world champions X and Y in the 1970s. X, who is a triple Formula 1 world champion, almost lost his life in a serious accident at the 1976 German Grand Prix which left him with severe scarring from burns. He now works as a motorsports commentator for German broadcaster RTL.Y, who was famed for his playboy lifestyle and eccentricityon and off the track, won the world championship once in 1976. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 19. 1.X- Niki Lauda, Y- James Hunt BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 20. 2.BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 21. 2.Spa Francorchamps- Belgian Grand Prix BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 22. 3. This team was a particularly well-liked team within Formula One circles for many reasons. In the paddock, the team was noted for friendliness, accessibility, and lack of corporate culture(universally regarded as having the best espresso in F1).On the track, their cars were regarded by many as well- designed for their tiny budget (in comparison to front- runners such as Ferrari and McLaren), their low position recognised as a result of a lack of funds (and engine power) rather than a poor car. Which team? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 23. 3.Minardi F1 team BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 24. 4.Donington  Jerez → Nurburgring → ___________ ? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 25. 4.Valencia, circuits which have host the European Grand Prix. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 26. 5.BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 27. 5.Alfa RomeoBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 28. 6.Jordan Grand Prix → ___________ → Spyker Racing →Force India F1. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 29. 6.Midland Racing Team BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 30. THE GRAND FINALEThe Grid:• 8 topics on the grid.• Teams get to pick their choice in the descending order of scores, ie., leading team chooses first.• Questions do pass. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 31. THE GRAND FINALE GOLF BOXING FOOTBALLBIZARRE TENNISCYCLING CRICKET ATHLETICS NEXT ROUND BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 32. GOLFIn golfing jargon, what is a Snowman? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 33. BACK GOLF8 over par, snowman looks like an 8! BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 34. BOXINGWiki says “He is now a successfulbusinessman and an ordained Christianminister who has hisown church.” Who’s this? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 35. BACK BOXINGGeorge Foreman BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 36. FOOTBALLAfter the Second World War, the three German states (West and East Germany and the Saar) were not allowed to compete in the 1950 World Cup; as a consequence, the qualification games for the 1954 World Cup were the first return of West Germany national squad to internationalcompetitions. Hungary and West Germany had already met in the group stage, with Hungary winning 8–3. In the finals, held at the Wankdorf Stadium, Germany came back from a two goal deficit to win the finals 3-2. What is this gamefamous as? There is also a famous 2003 German movie with the same title. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 37. BACKFOOTBALLMiracle of Bern BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 38. BIZARRE‘The Simpsons’ Season 21 Episode 12 revolves around the formation ofa mixed-doubles team by Homer and Marge including Principal Skinner and his mother. Marge, as it turns out, is a natural at the sport, having swept a broom around the house for years on end, but Homer threatens to bring the team down. Marge is faced with a difficult decision: possibly win by asking Homer to leave the team or ruin their chances by keeping him. “The appearance of _____________ on ‘The Simpsons’ is greatexposure for our wonderful sport. The lingo is a little off. They shoulda consulted a real player.”, said American pro Johnny Spillane. The Canadian Press, Vancouver wrote -“In a sport that finds itself struggling for self-respect and legitimacy, sometimes any publicity is good publicity.” BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 39. BACKBIZARRE CurlingBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 40. TENNISX has had a successful singles, doubles and coaching career. He won one singles Grand Slam tournament – the 1966 French Open at Roland Garros. He was five times the runner-up at Grand Slam tournaments – the FrenchChampionships in 1965 and 1967, Wimbledon in 1968, and the US Open in 1969 and 1970. With John Newcombe, he won 12 Grand Slam mens doubles tournaments. He is also very well known for coaching multi-grand slam winning World Number Ones Ivan Lendl, Patrick Rafter, RogerFederer, Lleyton Hewitt and former World Number 4, Jelena Dokid. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 41. BACK TENNISTony RocheBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 42. CYCLINGIn the Tour de France the rider who finishes last, rather than dropping out along the way, is accorded a distinction. Riders may compete to come last rather than just near the back. Often the rider who comeslast is remembered, while those a few places ahead are forgotten. The revenue the last rider will generate from later appearance fees can be greater than had he finished second to last, although this was more true when riders still made much of their income from post-Tour criteria. The phrase referring to the competitor in last place in Tour de Francecomes from the French words for the object hung on the caboose of a railway train, which conductors would look for in order to make surenone of the couplings had become disconnected. Give me the phrase. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 43. BACK CYCLINGLanterne Rouge Or The Red Lantern BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 44. CRICKET He was said to be the best all-rounder of his day. He made his first- class debut for Sussex in 1845 aged 18, weighing only 7 stone(45 kg). Initially a fast round-arm bowler, his pace slowed in later years. While bowling fast, he took on average nearly 10 wickets in every game. In 1850, playing for the South against the North at Lords, he took all 10 wickets in the second innings, all clean bowled (still the only instance of all ten wickets being taken "bowled" in any first-class match). Inall, he took 1,109 first-class wickets with a bowling average of 10.32 Hewas also a fine batsman (4,140 first-class runs with a batting average of 14.12, an average which was very good for the time). He scored only two centuries, the first in 1849 and the second was the only century scored in 1855. Who? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 45. BACKCRICKETJohn WisdenBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 46. ATHLETICSHe is best known for his world record set at the MexicoOlympics in 1968, which remained the world record foralmost 23 years. It is alleged that he enjoyed a numberof advantageous environmental factors. At an altitude of 2240 m (7349 ft), Mexico Citys air had lessresistance than air would have at sea level. This allows runners to run faster. During the same hour Lee Evans set the world record for 400 metres that lasted for almost 20 years. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 47. BACKATHLETICSBob BeamonBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 48. THE GRAND FINALEInfinite bounce:• 7 questions going anti-clockwise• 10 question for a correct answer BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 49. 1.Which game would you find Skewers, EnPassant, Forks and Discovered Attacks? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 50. 1. ChessBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 51. 2. This product was embroiled in controversy asthe RFID present in it helped people snoop on unsuspecting fitness freaks. Lance Armstrong, Tiger Woods and Paula Radcliffe played a small part in the product’sdevelopment. Identify the product in question. Be specific, generic descriptions will not fetch points. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 52. 2. Nike+iPodBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 53. 3. What does this list, each named after flowering and/or aromatic trees or shrubs, make up?• Tea Olive• Pink Dogwood• Flowering Peach• Flowering Crab Apple• Magnolia• Juniper• Pampas• Yellow Jasmine• Carolina Cherry• Camellia• White Dogwood• Golden Bell• Azalea• Chinese Fir• Firethorn• Redbud• Nandina• Holly BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 54. 3.The 18 holes of Augusta Masters BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 55. 4. This term has been used since at least the mid 1890s—when it was used to describe the name of a street gang in London—at approximately the same time as Manchesters street gangs, known asthe "Scuttlers" were gaining notoriety. The word first appeared in printin London police-court reports in 1894 referring to the name of a gang of youths in the Lambeth area of London. In August 1898 a murder in Lambeth committed by a member of the gang drew further attention to the word which was immediately popularized by the press. The London-based newspaper Daily Graphic wrote in an article on 22 August 1898, "The avalanche of brutality which, under the name of _________... has cast such a dire slur on the social records of South London" BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 56. 4. HooligansBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 57. 5.Full points for giving me name of the goalkeeper, part points for the name of the move. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 58. 5.Rene Higuita and the Scorpion Kick BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 59. 6.Am I so round with you as you with me,That like a football you do spurn me thus?You spurn me hence, and he will spurn me hither:If I last in this service, you must case me in leather. Where is the above excerpt taken from? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 60. 6.William Shakespear’s Comedy of Errors, one of the first recorded use of the word football. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 61. 7.Sport Expertise - Miguel Illescas, JohnFedorowicz, and Nick de Firmian, Joel BenjaminTechnical Team - Thomas Anantharaman,Murray Campbell, Feng-Hsiusing-SuWhat milestone in sport did these folk achieve? BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 62. 7.Deep Blue, the chess playing supercomputer. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 63. THE GRAND FINALEDifferential Scoring• Written round consisting of 6 questions• Score per question= (6-n)*5where n= Number of teams with right answer for the given question.• Possibility of team scoring 150 points in this round! BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 64. 1.X broke the 100 meter butterfly Olympic Record during the preliminary heats, finishing ahead of Y and also recordedthe fastest time in the semi-finals. X came in second to Y by 1/100th of a second in the final. X later wrote in his blog: "People, this is the greatest moment of my life. If you ask me, it should be accepted and we should move on. I’ve accepted defeat, and there’s nothing wrong with losing to the greatest swimmer there has ever been". Omega states that X reached the wall before Y but did not touch with sufficient pressure to register on the sensor. ID X & Y. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 65. 1.Micheal Phelps and Milorad Cavic BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 66. 2. 5th July 2010 comic of Cyanide and Happiness. Fill in the black blank.BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 67. 2. Vuvuzela!BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 68. 3. This sport derives its name from the fact that the earliest versions involved following one’sline of sight to the next church spire. Now very popular worldwide, in all of its incarnations. Identify the sport in question. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 69. 3.Steeple-chaseBOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 70. 4.BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 71. 4.Chris Lemaitre, the first white athlete to break the 10s barrier in 100m sprint. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 72. 5.“ One of Uniteds most famous, but least used, former players is in the headlines again as he celebrates his 50th birthday. And he made morethan a dozen appearances for the first-team over five years, making his debut in the 3-3 draw at Bournemouth in 1980. During his time at the Old Showground his contacts and prestigebrought a number of fundraising events - including a 5-5 friendly draw with Ron Atkinsons Manchester United in 1985. But __________ was not always his happy hunting ground- he was involved in an infamous brawl on a Christmas night out with his team- mates. Criminal charges brought against him were later dropped, but they were fears he would miss the 1980-81 tour to the West Indies as the result of a potential trial. “ A report on the football club’s fan site. Name the player and the club. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 73. 5.Ian Botham, Scunthorpe United BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 74. 6.Team photo of Waltrip High School Basketball team. ID the guy marked in red. BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 75. 6.The Undertaker BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
  • 76. THE GRAND FINALE FIN BOSM Sports Quiz 2011
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