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  • 1. The Sports Quiz - finals Mood Indigo 2012
  • 2. Format Round 1 – Written round (6 questions)Round 2 - Infinite Pounce (21 questions) Round 3 – Visual ConnectRound 4 – Infinite Pounce (21 questions)
  • 3. Round 1Identify the sportsperson on the book cover Written 6 questions 5 points per correct answer
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  • 10. Answer The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 11. 1. Roger Bannister 2. Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert 3. Nick Faldo 4. Arthur Mailey 5. Lou Gehrig 6. Duncan EdwardsA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 12. Round 2 Clockwise passing Infinite Pounce+10 per answer in normal passing +10 /-10 on pounce
  • 13. This Australian had a very brief but quite eventful test career of 3 tests in which he scored a very famous century and ended with an average of 59.75 After his playing days, he continued to be involved with cricket in another capacity. Name this England born cricketer.1 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 14. Charles BannermanA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 15. Tennis great Jack Kramer, who was also a successful promoter of the professional tour, writes in his 1979 autobiography that X "always knew exactly what was going on with all his amateurs. He had no children, no hobbies, and tennis was everything to him. X always said he hated the pros, and he battled open tennis to the bitter end” Kramer goes on to say "The minute one of his stars would turn pro, X would turn on him. No matter how close hed been to a player, as soon as he was out of Xs control, the guy was an outcast” X?2 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 16. Harry HopmanA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 17. This was originally named after a young man who tragically died in the 1950s prompting his father to wear dark glasses every day after that in tribute. The name of the father was added when the old man passed away in the late 1980s. What, not located in one of the smallest countries in the world, are we talking about?3 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 18. The Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari which is in the Italian town of Imola, and not in San Marino (even though it hosts the San Marino Grand Prix)A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 19. Name the two people in this Louis Vuitton ad. No half points.4 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 20. Michael Phelps and Larissa LatyninaA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 21. This is the mascot of an American Football team. His name is “Who Dey” Which team?5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 22. Cincinati BengalsA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 23. Some common terms in which sport? Back Layout Front Layout Sailboat Ballet Leg Flamingo Crane Split Knight Side Fishtail6 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 24. Synchronised SwimmingA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 25. Sheffield United is to rename one of its stands in honour of the citys Olympic gold medalist ________ Club owner Kevin McCabe said: “______and her family are Unitedites and after discussions with them we all agreed that renaming the Bramall Lane stand after her would provide an additional sporting legacy from the London Games." Fill up.7 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 26. Jessica EnnisA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 27. The club was founded in 1898 by students at the Saint-Servais High School. The inspiration for the name was a popular Parisian club at the time (Champions of France 1894, 1895, 1897, 1898 and 1901). The names "Excelsior", "Sporting" and "Daring" were considered, before the name was chosen, winning a vote by one point ahead of the name "Skill” Which normal name was chosen?8 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 28. Standard LiegeA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 29. When he was eight months old he contracted Polio with both legs affected, the right one severely. He was quoted as saying "I simply wanted to do things that challenge me." He represented his country at the 1984, 1988, and 1992 Summer Paralympics. He won a silver in 1984, bronze in 1988, and a second silver in 1992. Most of us would not have seen his exploits on the field, but saw him in another context at the Olympics in 1992 Who ?9 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 30. Antonio RebolloA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 31. This is a statue outside an iconic sporting venue on the approximate site of the 1858 match. Tom Wills is depicted umpiring behind two young players contesting the ball. The plaque reads: "Wills did more than any other person as player, umpire, co-writer of the rules and promoter of the game – to develop __________ during its first decade.“ Fill in the blank and tell me outside which iconic sporting venue would you find this statue10 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 32. Australian Rules Football Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 33. Equipment used to play which sport? The name is perhaps familiar in cricket as well.11 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 34. SkittlesA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 35. This guy’s test cricket career was limited to just seven matches, largely because Jack Hobbs was a fixture in the England team until he was past forty years of age. His seventh and final Test came 10 days after his world record performance (which would stand for 44 years) when, at forty- five, he was picked for the Lords match against India in 1932. Who?12 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 36. Percy Holmes Herbert Sutcliffe’s partner in the 555 run partnershipA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 37. Scottish Daily Express of Aug 29, 1936, “Ten twinkling toes of ____X____, Celtic FC’s player from _____, hypnotised the crowd at Parkhead last night. He balances the ball on his big toe, lets it run down the scale to his little toe, twirls it, hops on one foot around the defender.” Who is X?13 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 38. Mohammad SalimA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 39. At the 2012 World Championships which took place in Australia, this person was understandably the favourite to win given the home crowds support. However, her British arch rival ended up winning and this lady had to settle for the bronze. She did get her revenge by winning the gold at the London Olympics and thus inflicting a home defeat on her arch rival. Who are we talking about?14 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 40. Anna Meares The rival being Victoria PendeltonA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 41. Frenchmen Thierry Vigneron , Philippe Houvion and Pierre Quinon , Polands Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz and the Soviet Union’s Vladimir Polyakov were involved in a revolving door type exchange of the World Record in this sport. This went on till May 26, 1984. What happened on May 26th, 1984?15 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 42. Sergei Bubka burst onto the scene and broke Vigneron’s world record and continuously held the World Record since then till dateA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 43. Arnold Jacob ________ was one of the four children of a Russian Jewish immigrant from Minsk He got his famous nickname because of his flaming hair and fiery temper Who?16 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 44. ‘Red’ AuerbachA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 45. This guy spent 6 years at the professional Swedish top division club Kalmar, where he got to play alongside legendary players like Jan Ove Waldner and the experience did a world of good to his game. Between 1998 and 2000, when he was in the midst of a purple patch, he defeated the 1996 Olympics singles gold medalist and the bronze medalist. Name this person who won four mens national singles titles and two Commonwealth doubles gold medals.17 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 46. Chetan BaboorA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 47. Who is that being given the Cuban flag by Fidel Castro?18 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 48. Felix SavonA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 49. Originally, back in 1880s, they used to play in dark inky blue In the early 1900s, the kit was changed for a tour to England A nickname to refer to the team was also coined for the first time on this tour Which team?19 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 50. New Zealand Rugby TeamA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 51. This is an equestrian event where a single horse and rider combination compete against other combinations across the three disciplines of dressage, cross-country, and show jumping. It was previously known as Combined Training, and the name persists in many smaller organizations. What event?20 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 52. EventingA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 53. Three demands were made − The match should continue until one player wins 10 games, without counting the draws. − There is no limit to the total number of games played. − In case of a 9–9 score, champion retains his title and the prize fund is split equally At a conference held in 1974 during the Nice Olympiad, the delegates voted in favor of the 10-win proposal, but rejected the other two proposals, and limited the number of games in the match to 36 What was the result of all this?21 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 54. Bobby Fischer forfeit his titleA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 55. Round 3 Visual Connect 5 slidesPoints mentioned on the slidesOne attempt per team per slide Not exhaustive
  • 56. +25 / -10 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 57. +20 / -10 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 58. +15 / -5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 59. +10 / -5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 60. +5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 61. Answer The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 62. Death on the field / death while playing /death in competition Nodor Kumaritashvili – Luge Wilf Slack – Cricket Hank Gathers – Basketball Tom Simpson – Cycling Wouter Weylandt – Cycling Miklos Fehrer – Football Dajiro Kato and Shoya Tomizawa – Moto GP Cristiano Junior – Football Raman Lamba – Cricket Marc Vivien Foe – FootballA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 63. Round 4 Anti- Clockwise passing Infinite Pounce+10 per answer in normal passing +10 /-10 on pounce
  • 64. In early twentieth century the predominant technique was called the "Continental" (because it was practiced by Germans rather than the British) This involved several successive flips which is why it gained a reputation as clumsy, slow, and nonathletic Hence the alternate technique comprising a swift coordinated movement was adopted by the early federations of this sport as the official movement. Which sport?22 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 65. Weightlifting The Clean and Jerk replaced the ContinentalA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 66. Previously the only American Olympic gold medalist in this sport was Albertson Van Zo Post who won his gold at the 1904 Summer Olympics The next winner was a woman who won Golds at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics This lady of Lithuanian heritage was the flag bearer for the USA at the 2012 London Olympics. Which sport?23 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 67. FencingA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 68. In motorsport, this term refers to a race similar to autocross with a set distance filled with obstacles to covered within a particular time. The name is a typical Anglo-Indian expression, usually referring to a social and sporting club in the Indian subcontinent as well as in East Africa. What term?24 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 69. GymkhanaA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 70. This sartorial idea originated with Clifford Roberts Many believe it is because he wanted patrons visiting to be able to readily identify members. Until 1967, the chief suppliers were Brooks Brothers and since have been made by Hamiltons. What?25 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 71. Green Jackets at AugustaA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 72. For its March 3, 1980 issue, Sports Illustrated ran a cover with just a photograph by Heinz Kluetmeier, without any accompanying captions or headlines. Kluetmeier said, “It didnt need (any cover language). Everyone knew what happened.” What was on the cover?26 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 73. The Miracle on Ice photographA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 74. The tournament has been won by only three countries in its history and is named after the founder of a sport’s federation in the country of origin of this tournament This trophy awarded at this tournament is designed to depict an ancient structure and an item intimately linked with the sport Which tournament?27 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 75. Sudirman Cup The trophy represents the Borubodur temple and a shuttle cockA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 76. In 1970, this sportsman wrote a memoir The book covers his life as a young teenage criminal, his reformation in prison, his years in sport, his struggle with the mafia, and his jealous obsession with his wife Vickie. What is the name of this book? Also who wrote it?28 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 77. ‘Raging Bull’ by Jake la MottaA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 78. This ground has always been owned by the Duchy of Cornwall and the Surrey County Cricket Club was set up in 1845 In 1868, this ground hosted the first game of the Aboriginal tour to England Test cricket was first played here in 1880 What then was the biggest event this ground hosted up to 1892?29 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 79. The FA Cup final – The OvalA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 80. Who talking about his short-lived first class cricket career? “ I started playing cricket in 1943, when I was in Chabildas High School, then I played club cricket for New Hind Sports Club and for Young Maharashtra XI, this was in 1945. After that I for Gul Mohar Mills and Bombay Port, I also played one firt class game, for All India State Bank, in the Moin-Ud-Dowla tournament in 1964. After that, I didnt make much progress.”30 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 81. Ramakant AchrekarA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 82. The words scrolled across the bottom of the television screen, catching the eye of one very interested observer at the Riviera Tennis Club in Los Angeles. “Wait a second,” Bill Scanlon told his friends. “Somebody just had a ______?” For 29 years, only Scanlon had achieved perfection on a tennis court. For 29 years, he had waited — hoped, actually — for someone to duplicate his feat. “Maybe then, people would start to realize how astonishing it is,” Scanlon said in an interview Sunday. “Mine was the only one, a freak accident for 30 years.” What words scrolled across the bottom of the screen?31 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 83. News of Yaroslava Shvedova’s Golden Set in Wimbledon 2012 Bill Scanlon is the only other person to have achieved thisA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 84. This watch company was founded in 1902 in La Chaux-de- Fonds, Switzerland. The manufactures motto was ______ Lente (Latin for Hasten slowly) This company is currently the official time keeper of The Tour de France, The Tour de Suisse and The Tour de Romandie The actions of a team sponsored by this company 14 years ago, brought it back into the news this year following revelations of a similar nature Which company?32 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 85. Festina The Festina cycling team doping scandal of 1998 came back into the news following the Lance Armstrong dramaA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 86. This guy won 6 medals in the 1984 Olympics - 3 golds, 2 silvers and 1 bronze He had a fairly important part to play in the 2008 Olympics, though not as a participant He also owns a company that sponsored a number of his countrys athletes in the 2012 Games Who?33 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 87. Li Ning Lit the Olympic flame in 2008 and his company sponsored a number of Chinese athletes in London 2012A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 88. He has broken 20 seconds for the 200 metres 24 times. The only other man to have done this is Usain Bolt In the 1994 Commonwealth Games, he won gold in the 200 m and bronze in the 100 m. His time of 19.97 seconds in the 200 metres is the current Commonwealth Games record He is the world indoor record-holder for 200 metres, with a time of 19.92 seconds set in 1996 Who?34 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 89. Frankie FredericksA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 90. This guy made his debut for the Indian Hockey team in 1966, and participated in the Pre-Olympic tournament held in London the next year. Further, he played in the Olympic Games Mexico 1968 and delivered a brilliant performance although the Indian Hockey squad stood at 3rd spot at the event His biggest moment came in 1975 when he captained the Indian Hockey team to the World Cup victory Who?35 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 91. Ajit Pal SinghA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 92. “The glide” was invented by an American and dates to back to 1951 In 1972 Aleksandr Baryshnikov used, for the first time, “the spin” invented by his coach Viktor Alexeyev In 1976 Baryshnikov went on to set a world with his spin style Which sport?36 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 93. Shot putA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 94. This guy began his wrestling career at the age of eight in Soviet Armenia. He became Armenian junior champion on three occasions. In 1994 he arrived in Stockholm, Sweden, to compete in the Stockholm Junior Open, which he won. He defected from the Armenian national team and joined the Swedish team in 1998 This double World Champion (in the 76 kg and 84 kg weight classes) also won a silver medal at Athens 2004 He also won the bronze match at the 2008 Summer Olympics but was stripped of the same when he protested by placing the medal in the center of the mat and walking away. Which controversial athlete?37 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 95. Ara AbrahamianA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 96. During the funeral service of Malcolm Marshall at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium in Barbados, his coffin was carried by five West Indian captains on its way to be was buried at St Bartholomews Church Which former West Indian fast bowler, by then a man of God, administered the last rites ?38 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 97. Reverend Wes HallA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 98. In 1993 this sportsperson started ‘Courir pour le plaisir’, a 5km run for women in Casablanca that has since become the biggest women’s race held in a Muslim country with up to 30,000 women run through the streets. She said: “I wanted to bring women outside to feel the power of sports together. It’s like a mini-revolution. I have a very strong belief that sports can impact life forever. My life can be divided into the time before I won gold and the time after. Those 54.61 seconds totally changed my life.” Name the sportsperson.39 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 99. Nawal el-MoutawakelA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 100. One of Kevin Keegans more embarrassing moments in the commentary box. What is the event being talked about? Keegan: “I didnt think he had done that much wrong. He was being held...he was being fouled first. I mean its...” Parry: “An elbow.” Keegan: “Yeah Alan, but he was pulling his shirt!”40 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 101. Leonardo’s horror foul on Tab Ramos in 1994 world cupA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 102. Name this controversial athlete who, during her career, collected a remarkable 16 world records in outdoor sprints, as well as 14 world records in indoor events.41 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 103. Marita KochA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 104. This guy was a dominant national amateur champion for more than a decade, won the amateur world championship twice, in 1958 and 1964 He won his first national title in 1950, defeating T. A. Selvaraj in the final. During the next sixteen years, he won the amateur National Billiards Championship twelve times. In 1958, he won the World Amateur Billiards Championship held at Great Eastern Hotel in Calcutta. This was followed up by another world title in 1964 in New Zealand. Who is this legend?42 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 105. Wilson JonesA The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2012 Aditya Gadre
  • 106. Thanks for coming The questions and answers for this quiz will be uploaded soon.Visit notesandstones.blogspot.com for more details Feedback thebcqc@gmail.com adityadgadre@gmail.com