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  • 2. Juan Manuel Fangio

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  • Sports quiz for NSC 
  • 1.The bend shown is known as Tamburello Corner.
    This track and grandprix was instrumental in increased emphasis on safety in the sport and the changing of many track layouts and car designs.
    Which track are we talking about and what had happened.
  • Death of three-time Formula One World Champion AyrtonSenna
  • 2.X was a FIFA referee in the World Cup qualifier between El Salvador and the Netherlands Antilles in 1988. Soon after this, X had to retire from football refereeing because the FIFA age limit for referees was lowered to 45. However, this allowed him to start his career as a cricket umpire. Who?
  • Steve Bucknor
  • 3.ID.
  • Aisam-Ul-Haq-Qureshi
  • 4.Heather McKay is arguably the greatest woman exponent of which sport?Shewon the British Open in her sport 16 consecutive times.
  • Squash!
  • 5.He is nicknamed "El Maestro" (The Master). He won 5 Formula One driver's championship with 4 different team. His record was unbeaten for 46 years!
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  • Juan Manuel Fangio
  • 6.
    The 2006 World Cup group match between Croatia and Australia (2-2) is remembered for an infamous refereeing blunder. The incident includes English referee Graham Poll and the Croatian Simunic. What exactly happened?
  • He was wasyellow carded three times before he was sent off.
  • 7.Referring to X’s lesbianism on the eve of their  final, Hingis told reporters, "She's here with her girlfriend. She's half a man already.”ID X.
  • X - AmelieMauresmo
  • 8.For two consecutive years 1988 and 1989, all the players in top 3 of the Ballon d’Or voting came from the same club, a feat unparalleled in history. Which club?
  • AC Milan
  • 9.Amongst ICC sanctioned tests, which team has the lowest win percentage in all test matches played?
  • ICC World Test team
  • 10.Cricket was first played in the Olympics in 1900. England won the gold, who won the silver?
  • France
  • 11.Connect and ID the missing lady.
  • The missing lady is of course
    All have partnered with Mahesh Bhupati to win a Grand Slam Final.
  • 12."Now, y'all would guess that more often than not, the highest paid player on an NFL team is the quarterback. And you'd be right. But what you probably don't know is that more often than not, the second highest paid player is, thanks to Lawrence Taylor, a left tackle. Because, as every housewife knows, the first check you write is for the mortgage, but the second is for the insurance. The left tackle's job is to protect the quarterback from what he can't see coming. To protect his _____ ____."
  • 13.Name the winner of the inaugural Bharat Ratna, who also went on to become the first sportsperson to receive the Padma Vibhushan.
  • Vishwanathananand
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    Where do you come from?
    It's mine ah ah
    14.What is this?
  • Tsa mina mina eh eh
    Waka waka eh eh
    Tsa mina mina zangalewa
    Ana wam ah ah
    Zambo eh eh
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    Tsa mina mina zangalewa
    Wana wa ah ah
  • 15.This firm was appointed as the official tennis ball supplier to The Wimbledon Championships and, with the current deal set to end in 2015, it remains one of the longest unbroken sporting sponsorships in history. It is a British sports equipment brand name sold throughout the world. Which firm am I talking about?
  • Slazenger
  • Yuvraj Singh - Stuart Broad
    Herchelle Gibbs - ?
    Ravi Shastri - ?
    Sir Garfield Sobers - Malcolm Nash
    16.Fill in the question marks.
  • Yuvraj Singh - Stuart Broad
    Herchelle Gibbs - Dan van bunge
    Ravi Shastri - Tilak Raj
    Sir Garfield Sobers - Malcolm Nash
  • 17.What is the term used for running out a batsman who is backing up?
    Sometimes a batsman, whilst backing up, leaves the crease before the bowler has actually delivered the ball. Where this has happened, the bowler may attempt to run the non-striking batsman out. Getting a batsman out this way is called as
  • Mankad ran out Bill Brown backing up a Test.
     The Australian press strongly accused Mankad of being unsportsmanlike, though some Australians, including Don Bradman defended Mankad's actions. After this incident, if a batsman is given out this way, he is said to have been Mankaded.
    MANKADING after VinooMankad
  • 18.This particular player had an exceptional test record for his country, but a rather lackluster one in ODIs
    Numerologists blamed it on his sporting a number on his one day shirt. Due to continuous pressure from his family and friends, he started sporting a blank one day shirt with no number on it. And his fortunes in the shorter version changed since. Who?
  • VirenderSehwag
  • 19.
    Superbia in Proelia” translates to “Pride in Battle”. On which football team’s crest would you find this?
  • Manchester City
  • 20.Identify the kick
  • The bicycle kick
  • 21.Identify the sport
  • Floorball
  • 22.What is blanked out?
  • 23.
    What effect?
  • TV Ratings with and without Michael Jordan.
  • 1. He was the captain of the West Indies’ cricket team for the 1987 Cricket World Cup. He is also the only captain of the West Indies cricket team never to have lost a Test series. His dismissal, courtesy of a brilliant backwards-running catch was the turning point of the game that led to India’s maiden cricket World Cup triumph. Who?
  • Vivian Richards
  • 2.X’s Serbian parents moved to their now-adopted homeland just before X’s fourth birthday in 1976. This served as the launchpad for the unlikely tennis career of the only player in history to have won every Grand Slam and Masters Series title, in addition to winning the Olympic gold at Sydney 2000. The only weakness in a seemingly impregnable back-court game appears to be X’s temper—a fine of US$ 5000 followed, after X made some crude gestures at fans at the 2009 US Open quarterfinals, allegedly because they were cheering every one of X’s unforced errors. X?
  • Daniel Nestor
  • 3.When AyrtonSenna died in an accident in the Imola Circuit in 1994, yet another driver was seriously injured, but he was fortunate enough to recover fully and continue his F I racing career. Who ?
  • Rubens Barrichello
  • 4.
    Which former Test cricketer's autobiography has been rather appropriately named "Out on a Limb"?
  • Martin Crowe who was run out on 299 because of his damaged limb.
  • 5.Childhood Hero of Federer.A major proponent of the serve-and-volley style of tennis, he won six Grand Slam singles titles and three Grand Slam men's doubles titles.His distinctive serve is used as the logo for the Australian Open
  • Stefan Edberg
  • “6.Marcos Evangelista de Moraes” has played maximum number of Soccer Finals. He is better know by nick name.
  • Cafu
  • 7.Identify the photograph. He is the second youngest Chess Grand Master in world.
  • ParimarjanNegi
  • 8.He won the men's singles gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. He is the only male player in badminton history to have won three consecutive titles at the World Championships (2006, 2007 and 2009). Name him.
  • Lin Dan
  • 9.Who is she and why is she in a sports quiz?
  • Love child of Neena Gupta and Vivian Richards.
  • 10.This former right-arm fast-medium bowler who played for the Mosman club in Sydney Grade Cricket made a much talked-about comeback to cricket in March 2008 but, after only two Test matches, retired in August 2008, announcing his intention to get involved in coaching. His most recent controversy saw him file a lawsuit against the ICC in February 2007, only to have it withdraw by his lawyers. Who?
  • Darrell Hair
  • 11.The name Olympic Goal is used to describe a particular type of goal in football. The name is derived from a goal by the Argentine player CesáreoOnzari against the then Olympic champions Uruguay in 1924. The legality of this type of goal has been questioned. The most famous instance of this was Celtic's 1950's midfielder Charlie Tully whose goal was disallowed by the referee. However he scored again almost immediately and this time the goal was allowed. How was the goal scored?
  • A direct goal from the corner.
  • Its' not everyday that one ends up with a scoring sequence that reads 0610400600661166264400661411041606024100, leave alone in his first time on the crease.
  • ShahidAfridi
  • L'art du deplacement is a non-competitive physical discipline of French origin. More commonly known as X, a practitioner is known as traceur or traceuse. Some moves used include the Roulade (roll), Passement (pass), Saut de chat (Cat jump), Equilibre (Balance).According to the founder, you want to move in such a way that will help you gain the most ground as if escaping or chasing something.
  • Parkour
  • Picture Round
  • ID.
  • Usain Bolt!
  • ID this legend.
  • Bob Bryan.
  • ID the shooter.
  • Andrés Escobar
  • ID the lady.
  • Kate Middleton
  • Print ad for?
  • ID and Give Funda.
  • Adam Parore
  • All of them are Man of the Match winners in World Cup Finals
  • 3.They are Fred Perry, Roy Emerson, Rod Laver, Don Budge, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
    All of them have completed a Career Grand Slam
  • 4. Connect
  • In the pictures:
    Hammers: West Ham United
    Toffees: Everton
    Potters: Stoke City
    Wolves: Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Black Cats: Sunderland
    Toons: Newcastle United
    Answer: EPL
  • 5.
  • Fernando Alonso
  • 6.
  • Only cricketers to have T20 International Centuries
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