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    • Welcome to the “ Xtreme Sports Quiz” Xtreme Sports Quiz
      • Rules
      • 30 questions – all written
      • Questions 11-20 are tie-break questions. In case of a further tie, questions from 1 – 10 will be evaluated.
      • No negative marks
      • Top three teams walk away with exciting prizes
      • Quiz Masters decision is binding
      Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • The origin of this term may date to the 1950s in the appearance of a phrase usually, but wrongly, attributed to Ernest Hemingway. The phrase is, "There are only three sports: bullfighting, motor racing, and mountaineering; all the rest are merely games."   The implication of the phrase was that the word 'sport' defined an activity in which one might be killed. The other activities being termed 'games'. However it is believed that the phrase/term may have been invented by either writer Barnaby Conrad or automotive author Ken Purdy. What phrase or term? Xtreme Sports Quiz 1
    • From the field of cricket – this is the logo of which team? Xtreme Sports Quiz 2
    • In the NBA, all teams except four have their name ending in S i.e. Lakers, Rockets, Knicks etc. The exceptions are Miami Heat, Utah Jazz, _____________ and ___________________. Xtreme Sports Quiz 3
    • A Main belt asteroid 128036, discovered in 2003 at the Observatorio Astronómico de Mallorca, Spain is named after which famous sportsperson? Xtreme Sports Quiz 4
    • Which Olympics gold medalist has a Swedish restaurant named 'W Bar' in Beijing? Xtreme Sports Quiz 5
    • Identify. Xtreme Sports Quiz 6
    • Take a look at the clip. Xtreme Sports Quiz 7
    • People with this surname have played international cricket for at least five countries – India, New Zealand, Kenya (as well as East Africa), Canada and England. Which one? Xtreme Sports Quiz 8
    • The Hollywood Wax Museum moved which sportsman after a notorious incident in 1997 downstairs to the Chamber of Horrors? Xtreme Sports Quiz 9
    • Identify the movie. Xtreme Sports Quiz 10
    • In 1896 Olympic Games only the first two winners received medals – first and second placed people. The person placed second received a bronze medal. The winner received a silver medal and what else? Xtreme Sports Quiz 11
    • Chick Hearn, who called a record 3,338 consecutive Lakers games during his 42-year broadcasting career with the Los Angeles Lakers starting in 1965, is credited to have coined which iconic sports term? Xtreme Sports Quiz 12
    • One of the most expensive dishes in Virender Sehwag’s restaurant is  "Multan Ki Sultan Ki Tikdi". What’s its price? Xtreme Sports Quiz 13
    • In June 2008, an Australian drugs-related jury trial costing over AU$1,000,000 was aborted when it was discovered that five of the twelve jurors had not been listening to evidence, but instead were doing what? Xtreme Sports Quiz 14
    • This batsman scored 1 run (out of a total of 268-3) for the MCC against Germany in 1992. He said something after the match which is now one of the most famous sports quotes. Who is the player and what quote? Xtreme Sports Quiz 15
    • Film maker Emir Kusturica is the only non-sportsperson among the four Serbians selected as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors. Of the other three, one is retired basketball player Aleksandar Đorđević. Who are the remaining two? Xtreme Sports Quiz 16
    • In the Tour de France, what peculiar thing is done traditionally by riders with No. 13  to ward off evil? Xtreme Sports Quiz 17
    • This act was started by a player in the 1994 FIFA World Cup after Brazil’s quarter-final goal against the Netherlands. The player was joined by teammates Romário and Mazinho in the act. The same has also been performed by Andre Shevchenko of Chelsea, Matt Derbyshire of Blackburn Rovers, and Chelsea captain John Terry among others. What? Xtreme Sports Quiz 18
    • These are two moves in gymnastics. The first is performed on the uneven bars. The gymnast stands on the high bar, performs a back flip into open air, and catches the bar again. It was the first backwards release move ever attempted on the uneven bars. The second move is a standing back somersault performed on the balance beam. This movement has been modified many times to includes twists, to land straddling the beam, or to be performed in sequence with other movements. What are they called? Xtreme Sports Quiz 19
    • Identify this model. Xtreme Sports Quiz 20
    • Why was Goran Ivanisevic forced to withdraw from a tennis tournament in Brighton in 2000? Xtreme Sports Quiz 21
    • Four players (still playing) have had the distinction of having played in all the seasons of the English Premier League since its inception in 1992. David James, Nicky Butt, Sol Campbell and who? Xtreme Sports Quiz 22
    • The maximum number of sixes hit by a team in a ODI is 18 (twice). India managed 18 against Bermuda in the 2007 World Cup, where they scored 413. Which team and where was the other instance of a team scoring 18 sixes in an ODI? Xtreme Sports Quiz 23
    • Whose logo? Xtreme Sports Quiz 24
    • Connect all the visuals with a sobriquet. Xtreme Sports Quiz 25
    • This team which had its origins in Chicago is popular across the world and has played 20,000 games to date in 118 countries. It once played a whole game for a spectator of 1 – Pope Pius XII. Who? Xtreme Sports Quiz 26
    • The Federation of International Hockey has specified three colours for the shirts that the umpires can wear. Cerise and Turquoise are two. Which is the third? Xtreme Sports Quiz 27
    • In the recently concluded third test match between South Africa and Australia in Australia at the SCG, the ground was bathed in pink on the third day to commemorate Ladies day. However, which specific person was this day dedicated to? Xtreme Sports Quiz 28
    • Identify the players. (first names required) Xtreme Sports Quiz 29
    • What is this award? Xtreme Sports Quiz 30
    • Hand in your papers. And now for the answers Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • The origin of this term may date to the 1950s in the appearance of a phrase usually, but wrongly, attributed to Ernest Hemingway. The phrase is, "There are only three sports: bullfighting, motor racing, and mountaineering; all the rest are merely games."   The implication of the phrase was that the word 'sport' defined an activity in which one might be killed. The other activities being termed 'games'. However it is believed that the phrase/term may have been invented by either writer Barnaby Conrad or automotive author Ken Purdy. What phrase or term? Xtreme Sports Quiz 1
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Xtreme Sports!!! Xtreme Sports Quiz 1
    • From the field of cricket – this is the logo of which team? Xtreme Sports Quiz 2
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Xtreme Sports Quiz 2
    • In the NBA, all teams except four have their name ending in S i.e. Lakers, Rockets, Knicks etc. The exceptions are Miami Heat, Utah Jazz, _____________ and ___________________. Xtreme Sports Quiz 3
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Oklahoma City Thunder & Orlando Magic Xtreme Sports Quiz 3
    • A Main belt asteroid 128036, discovered in 2003 at the Observatorio Astronómico de Mallorca, Spain is named after which famous sportsperson? Xtreme Sports Quiz 4
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Rafael Nadal Xtreme Sports Quiz 4
    • Which Olympics gold medalist has a Swedish restaurant named 'W Bar' in Beijing? Xtreme Sports Quiz 5
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Jan Ove Waldner Xtreme Sports Quiz 5
    • Identify. Xtreme Sports Quiz 6
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Yuki Bhambri Xtreme Sports Quiz 6
    • Take a look at the clip. Xtreme Sports Quiz 7
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Andhra Pradesh Xtreme Sports Quiz 7
    • People with this surname have played international cricket for at least five countries – India, New Zealand, Kenya (as well as East Arica), Canada and England. Which one? Xtreme Sports Quiz 8
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Patel Xtreme Sports Quiz 8
    • The Hollywood Wax Museum moved which sportsman after a notorious incident in 1997 downstairs to the Chamber of Horrors? Xtreme Sports Quiz 9
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Mike Tyson after he bit the ear of Evander Holyfield Xtreme Sports Quiz 9
    • Identify the movie. Xtreme Sports Quiz 10
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Jerry McGuire Xtreme Sports Quiz 10
    • In 1896 Olympic Games only the first two winners received medals – first and second placed people. The person placed second received a bronze medal. The winner received and a silver medal and what else? Xtreme Sports Quiz 11
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Crown of Olive Branches Xtreme Sports Quiz 11
    • Chick Hearn, who called a record 3,338 consecutive Lakers games during his 42-year broadcasting career with the Los Angeles Lakers starting in 1965, is credited to have coined which iconic sports term? Xtreme Sports Quiz 12
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Slam Dunk Xtreme Sports Quiz 12
    • One of the most expensive dishes in Virender Sehwag’s restaurant is  "Multan Ki Sultan Ki Tikdi". What’s its price? Xtreme Sports Quiz 13
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • 309 to commemorate his runs at Multan Xtreme Sports Quiz 13
    • In June 2008, an Australian drugs-related jury trial costing over AU$1,000,000 was aborted when it was discovered that five of the twelve jurors had not been listening to evidence, but instead were doing what? Xtreme Sports Quiz 14
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Playing Sudoku Xtreme Sports Quiz 14
    • This batsman scored 1 run (out of a total of 268-3) for the MCC against Germany in 1992. He said something after the match which is now one of the most famous sports quotes. Who is the player and what quote? Xtreme Sports Quiz 15
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Gary Linekar; “I always score one against Germany” Xtreme Sports Quiz 15
    • Film maker Emir Kusturica is the only non-sportsperson among the four Serbians selected as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors. Of the other three, one is retired basketball player Aleksandar Đorđević. Who are the remaining two? Xtreme Sports Quiz 16
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Jelena Jankovic & Ana Ivanovic Xtreme Sports Quiz 16
    • In the Tour de France, what peculiar thing is done traditionally by riders with No. 13  to ward off evil? Xtreme Sports Quiz 17
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • They put one of the numbers upside down Xtreme Sports Quiz 17
    • This act was started by a player in the 1994 FIFA World Cup after Brazil’s quarter-final goal against the Netherlands. The player was joined by teammates Romário and Mazinho in the act. The same has also been performed by Andre Shevchenko of Chelsea, Matt Derbyshire of Blackburn Rovers, and Chelsea captain John Terry among others. What? Xtreme Sports Quiz 18
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Rocking baby act after scoring a goal Xtreme Sports Quiz 18
    • These are two moves in gymnastics. The first is performed on the uneven bars. The gymnast stands on the high bar, performs a back flip into open air, and catches the bar again. It was the first backwards release move ever attempted on the uneven bars. The second move is a standing back somersault performed on the balance beam. This movement has been modified many times to includes twists, to land straddling the beam, or to be performed in sequence with other movements. What are they called? Xtreme Sports Quiz 19
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Korbut Flip after Olga Korbut Xtreme Sports Quiz 19
    • Identify this model. Xtreme Sports Quiz 20
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Danica Patrick Xtreme Sports Quiz 20
    • Why was Goran Ivanisevic forced to withdraw from a tennis tournament in Brighton in 2000? Xtreme Sports Quiz 21
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Smashed all his rackets up due to bad game Xtreme Sports Quiz 21
    • Four players (still playing) have had the distinction of having played in all the seasons of the English Premier League since its inception in 1992. David James, Nicky Butt, Sol Campbell and who? Xtreme Sports Quiz 22
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Ryan Giggs Xtreme Sports Quiz 22
    • The maximum number of sixes hit by a team in a ODI is 18 twice. India managed 18 against Bermuda in the 2007 World Cup, where they scored 413. Which team and where was the other instance of a team scoring 18 sixes in an ODI? Xtreme Sports Quiz 23
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • India; today at Christchurch vs New Zealand Xtreme Sports Quiz 23
    • Whose logo? Xtreme Sports Quiz 24
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Michael Schumacher Xtreme Sports Quiz 24
    • Connect all the visuals with a sobriquet. Xtreme Sports Quiz 25
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Flying Finn Xtreme Sports Quiz 25
    • This team which had its origins in Chicago is popular across the world and has played 20,000 games to date in 118 countries. It once played a whole game for a spectator of 1 – Pope Pius XII. Who? Xtreme Sports Quiz 26
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Harlem Globetrotters Xtreme Sports Quiz 26
    • The Federation of International Hockey has specified three colours for the shirts that the umpires can wear. Cerise and Turquoise are two. Which is the third? Xtreme Sports Quiz 27
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Yellow Xtreme Sports Quiz 27
    • In the recently concluded third test match between South Africa and Australia in Australia at the SCG, the ground was bathed in pink on the third day to commemorate Ladies day. However, which specific person was this day dedicated to? Xtreme Sports Quiz 28
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Jane McGrath day Xtreme Sports Quiz 28
    • Identify the players (first name required) Xtreme Sports Quiz 29
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Nate Robinson & Dwight Howard Xtreme Sports Quiz 29
    • What is this award? Xtreme Sports Quiz 30
    • And the answer is … Xtreme Sports Quiz
    • Arjuna Award Xtreme Sports Quiz 30
    • THANK YOU – RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY Xtreme Sports Quiz