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Mood Indigo Sports Quiz 2013

  1. 1. The Sports Quiz Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  2. 2. Elims
  3. 3. Feedback and inputs Rajeev Chakravarthi J Ramanand Venkatraghavan Sahasranaman The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  4. 4. Usually a score in which sport considers three elements ? the approach the flight the entry 1 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  5. 5. Diving A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  6. 6. Who did James Milner once describe as “Its like having a 12 year old in the dressing room. He is just crazy!” ? 2 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  7. 7. Mario Ballotelli A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  8. 8. Why did hundreds of thousands of people crowd around a small basketball arena in Medellin on 3rd July, 1994? 3 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  9. 9. To pay last respects to Andreas Escobar. The basketball stadium was the largest indoor venue available A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  10. 10. In the sport of Powerlifting (currently also in the Paralympic program), there are three principle lifts - squat, deadlift and what? 4 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  11. 11. Bench press A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  12. 12. Whose Official website? 5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  13. 13. Sir Steven Redgrave A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  14. 14. What connects? Rocky Marciano, Ricardo Lopez, Packey McFarland, Jimmy Barry, Jack McAuliffe, Joe Calzaghe, Laszlo Papp, Edwin Valero 6 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  15. 15. All remained unbeaten throughout their professional careers A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  16. 16. What is the renowned sports journalist Richard Moore’s book titled “The Dirtiest Race in History” about? 7 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  17. 17. The 100m final at Seoul 1988 A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  18. 18. When Stan Cullis, captaining England in a war-time international against Wales at Wembley, reacted to the news that the Welsh planned to double-mark X by instructing his side to spread the play as often as they could to Y on the left, he was roundly condemned, despite the fact that England went on to win 8-3. "The newspapers gave me a right rollicking," Cullis said, "and asked how I'd dared treat X like that. They insisted the spectators had gone to watch him, not me, and demanded that I be forced to give up the captaincy.“ X and Y? 8 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  19. 19. X = Sir Stanley Matthews Y = Dennis Compton A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  20. 20. In Game 6 of the NBA Finals at the Delta Center, the team led the series 3-2, but trailed the game 86-85 with 10 seconds left. X started to dribble right, then crossed over to his left. He then released a shot that won the game in the dying seconds. This moment has often been described as “The perfect way to go out” (Though this completely discounts events which took place years later) X? 9 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  21. 21. Michael Jordan A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  22. 22. The first clubs started being formed in 1922 in Santa Monica, California Given the outdoor nature of nudism/naturism this outdoor version of the sport was naturally adopted by them and became very popular among nudists Name the sport (be specific) 10 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  23. 23. Beach Volleyball A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  24. 24. By what familiar-in-India name is the roundrobin tournament in Pakistan played by the top three placed teams from the Patron's Trophy and the finalists from the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy called? 11 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  25. 25. The Pentangular Tournament A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  26. 26. What is the marked green ring called? ??? 12 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  27. 27. Bull A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  28. 28. Since 2001, people from only 2 countries have won the Ladies Singles Title at the All England Championship - one is (not surprisingly) China. Which is the other? 13 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  29. 29. Denmark Tine Baun and Camila Martin A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  30. 30. The Sports Federation (for Amateurs) was formed in 1928, and the International ________ Federation was formed in 1946. The sport was played at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. During the next several decades, it flourished and evolved in the Scandinavian countries. The sport re-emerged onto the world stage for the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Which sport? 14 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  31. 31. Handball A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  32. 32. A world number 2 at his sport, he vowed "One day X will be slightly off his game and I will get him." That day took a long time in coming, but did finally come through in 1986. Who is he and who is X? 15 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  33. 33. Ross Norman X = Jehangir Khan A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  34. 34. In London 2012, at an event more famous in this part of the world for its venue than the actual event itself – saw action on the opening day of the Olympics The final saw an unexpected victor – with Michelle Frangilli winning it for Italy – with literally the last action of the event. What event? And What venue? 16 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  35. 35. Archery Lords A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  36. 36. Khanty-Mansiysk is home to HC Yugra of the Kontinental Hockey League. The city was the venue of the 2003 and 2011 Biathlon World Championships What high-profile sporting tournament will it host in 2014? 17 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  37. 37. The Candidates tournament to determine challenger for Magnus Carlsen’s world title A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  38. 38. Jonatahan _______, the goaltender of the Los Angeles Kings recently (against the NY Rangers) made a rookie mistake to let in one of the softest goals ever conceded in the NHL leading to headlines like: ________, What was he thinking? Not so ______ thinking Just fill up and tell me his last name 18 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  39. 39. Quick A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  40. 40. Connect ~ May 10, 1970 , the winning goal of Bobby Orr in the playoff game, when he scored one of the most famous goals in hockey history and one that gave Boston its first Stanley Cup since 1941. ~ 1935 Masters Tournament, Gene Sarazen's albatross on the fifteenth hole which helped propel him into a 36-hole playoff with Craig Wood. ~ Oct. 3, 1951, Bobby Thomson’s home run off Dodgers pitcher Ralph Branca at the Polo Grounds to give the Giants the National League pennant. 19 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  41. 41. All known as “Shot Heard around the World” A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  42. 42. What game is played with a yellow ball made of wool, on a court of fixed dimensions (12 by 24 metres) divided by a net? The game was played as early as 1856 by the royal family in Tanjore. 20 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  43. 43. Ball Badminton A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  44. 44. In 2010, Frenchman Christophe Lemaitre became the first white European to achieve this (although Poland's Marian Woronin had unofficially done this in 1984). In 2011, Zimbabwean Ngonidzashe Makusha became the 76th man to do this, yet only the fourth man not of West African descent. No one from Asia or East and North Africa has officially achieved this feat What feat? 21 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  45. 45. 100m in less than 10 seconds A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  46. 46. Who holds the record for the maximum number of runs at one edition of the U19 cricket world cup – 505 runs from 7 matches in 2004? 22 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  47. 47. Shikhar Dhawan A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  48. 48. The first time the term used today as the name of a sport was used was when an announcer used it to introduce Kathryn Curtis’s show called "The Modern Mermaids," for the World Exhibition in Chicago in 1933. What sport? 23 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  49. 49. Synchronized Swimming A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  50. 50. In which group of sport’s rule would you find tight regulations for usage of hunter bits, bridles, crops, spurs, and martingales ? 24 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  51. 51. Equestrian A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  52. 52. What two-word term is common to a baseball win credited to a single pitcher that throws a complete game of at least nine innings without allowing any opponent to reach first base a 300-point score in bowling 25 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  53. 53. “Perfect Game” A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  54. 54. The stadium was built in 1933 as a gift for Delhi from the Maharaja of Bhavnagar, it was originally multipurpose stadium and named the Irwin Amphitheatre. It was renamed National Stadium before the 1951 Asian Games. What was added to the name in 2002? 26 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  55. 55. Dhyan Chand National Stadium A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  56. 56. A great deal of strategy and teamwork goes into choosing the ideal path and placement for each situation, and the skills of the sportsmen determine how close to the desired result they will achieve. This gives which sport its rather grandiose nickname of "Chess On Ice“? 27 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  57. 57. Curling A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  58. 58. In 1989, a man named Yuri befriended a man named Alexandr in a city which will be very significant in sports in 2014 Alexandr’s son was a sportsman and he gifted Yuri’s daughter a piece of equipment used for this sport. Name Alexandr’s son and Yuri’s daughter – both former World No.1’s in the same sport. 28 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  59. 59. Maria Sharapova and Yevgeny Kafelnikov The city is Sochi (Host of Winter Olympics 2014) A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  60. 60. This person started his F1 career in 1973 at the Monaco Grand Prix with Hesketh racing. He then won a world championship with McLaren and then faded away – ending his career in 1979 with Wolf racing. He would die in 1993 of a heart attack at the age of just 45 Who? 29 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  61. 61. James Hunt A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  62. 62. He was a centre back for his national team. His brother, Mervyn, who also played for the national team, believed that he could have also made it internationally as a fine defender at club level. Thankfully, he stuck with his primary skill. Who is he? 30 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  63. 63. Viv Richards A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013
  64. 64. Finals
  65. 65. Format Four Rounds ~ One written round (5 questions) ~ Two passing rounds (2 x 18 questions) ~ One theme round (6 questions) Democratic Differential ~ Each team has ONE opportunity to make any question in the passing rounds a written differential scoring question with scoring of (16-n) points ~ In event of Differential scoring vs. Pounce – the differential scoring will take precedence The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  66. 66. Round 1 ~ Written Round ~ There are 5 questions for 5 points each ~ Sportspersons posing with their world records ~ Identify the sportsperson(s) in each case – 5pts
  67. 67. 1 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  68. 68. 2 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  69. 69. a 3 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  70. 70. 4 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  71. 71. 5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  72. 72. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  73. 73. 1. Wilt Chamberlain (Most points in a basketball game) 2. David Rudisha (Mens 800m) 3. Patrick Makau (Mens Marathon) 4. Florence Griffith Joyner (Womens 100m) 5. Yelena Isinbayeva (Womens pole vault) A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  74. 74. Round 2 ~ Clockwise passing ~ Infinite Pounce ~ Each correct answer gets 10 pts ~ Pounce scoring +10 /-5
  75. 75. After finishing 4th in the 1970 Commonwealth Games and running the fastest season time in 1971, he won Gold the 1972 Summer Olympics setting a world record time of 47.82 seconds. He missed the 1976 Olympics and a much awaited show down with American rival Edwin Moses due to a boycott by his country. Due to the political situation in his country, he fled to a neighbour where he was put into a refugee camp. From there, he was freed by his shoe-manufacturer Puma and lived in Germany working for Puma for 3–4 years before returning to his home country and becoming a coach. Name this legend – the first medallist from his country 1 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  76. 76. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  77. 77. John Akii Bua of Uganda A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  78. 78. This transaction was undertaken as the seller wanted to reduce loans and to finance some entertainment interests The buyers clearly got the better deal. In the next three years, they got so much success (largely attributed to this deal) that they could afford to build their now iconic stadium, and their fortunes just took off there. The sellers were famously starved of success for decades later. Which transaction ? 2 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  79. 79. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  80. 80. Babe Ruth’s trade from Boston Red Sox to New York Yankees A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  81. 81. Alan Wells was a Scottish athlete who won Gold in 1980 Moscow. He was asked whether he wanted to dedicate his medal to X who had died 2 years previously. He, instead, chose to dedicate it to Y who had died 35 years previously. Name X and Y 3 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  82. 82. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  83. 83. Eric Liddel and Harold Abrahams A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  84. 84. Billy Collins engaged in a 1983 bout with Luis Resto, who stepped into the ring knowing that his trainer, Panama Lewis had broken a critical rule of boxing safety. In what was a horrific moment for sport and more importantly sportsmanship, the act of cheating cost Collins his vision in both eyes What exactly did Lewis do? 4 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  85. 85. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  86. 86. Removed padding from his gloves to make his punches more damaging A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  87. 87. When 14 year old Prithwi Shah scored a remarkable 546 in the Harris Shield earlier this year, he broke the record of another Rizwi Springfield boy who is the nephew of a Ranji legend. Name this lad, and his uncle. 5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  88. 88. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  89. 89. Armaan Jaffer Wasim Jaffer A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  90. 90. This is the most complete skull of an Homo heidelbergensis ever found. It was found in 1992 in Sierra de Atapuerca This skull is universally known by a nickname that was given to it thanks to whose achievements ? 6 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  91. 91. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  92. 92. Miguel Indurain who won the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia in 1992 It was nicknamed “Miguelon” A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  93. 93. X: Roman Sebrle was the first person to break this milestone and Ashton Eaton was the second (he also currently holds the world record) Y: The first person to break this milestone still holds the world record (set in 1988). Two others have since broken this milestone (but not the WR) – namely Larissa Nikitina and Carolina Kluft Name both milestones 7 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  94. 94. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  95. 95. X - 9000 pts in Decathlon Y - 7000 pts in Heptathlon A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  96. 96. After the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix, the Ferrari F1 team was fined 1 million USD for violating Article 170 of the Formula One Sporting Regulations. What is this article about? / What did Ferrari do? 8 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  97. 97. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  98. 98. The article deals with “Podium behaviour” Ferrari ordered Barrichello to slow down and let Michael Schumacher win – at the ceremony Michael Schumacher asked Barrichello to take the top spot on the podium and handed him the trophy A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  99. 99. Following the dissolution of East Germany, Stasi files were found to show that the secret police had worked hard to keep her from defecting by giving her cars, accommodations, and permitted travel. In December 1998, when she posed nude for Playboy magazine, the issue in which these photos were published was the second ever sold-out issue of the magazine. (The first sold-out issue was the inaugural one including photos of Marilyn Monroe.) Her six consecutive European Championships are still a record. Who? 9 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  100. 100. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  101. 101. Katerina Witt A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  102. 102. What less violent (and much less dramatic) variant of a popular term was used by Curt Gowdy (and became famous as one of his idiosyncrasies in commentary) in 1971 when the AFC divisional championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins went into overtime? 10 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  103. 103. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  104. 104. “Sudden Victory” instead of “Sudden death” A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  105. 105. A Rule in singles match play in Golf was abolished in 1952 This rule allowed players to “play defence” against their opponent and was often disparagingly referred to as the Stymie Rule What did this rule prohibit? 11 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  106. 106. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  107. 107. A person wasn't allowed to move his or her ball on the green even if it was directly in an opponent's path. A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  108. 108. Classification parameters for what? Tube shape defined by length to width ratio Square: <1:1 Round: 1-2:1 Almond: >2:1 Tube speed defined by angle of peel line Fast: 30° Medium: 45° Slow: 60° 12 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  109. 109. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  110. 110. Waves in Surfing A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  111. 111. In tennis, due to most faults such as net, foot, outside the service area etc. – the point is awarded to the receiver. What is the only occasion of a fault in which the point is awarded to the server? 13 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  112. 112. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  113. 113. On a service, the receiver is required to allow the ball to bounce before attempting to hit it. If the receiver's racket or body touches a legally-delivered ball before it bounces, the point is immediately awarded to the server A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  114. 114. Connect the main football stadiums used by the Libyan National team ( in Tripoli and in Benghazi), the Algerian football team ( Algiers and Annaba) . 14 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  115. 115. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  116. 116. All Named after dates June 11 Stadium - Tripoli 28 March Stadium - Benghazi Stade 5 Juillet 1962 - Algiers (Independence day of Algeria) Stade 19 Mai 1956 - Annaba A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  117. 117. Give one word : Which was used by Stevan Riley to represent “ the historically white-European colonial and imperialist power structure which has oppressed Blacks and other people of colour.” Which was used by Alphonso de Braganza “because in a metaphoric way it means a fight against the evil, the odds and the obstacles” 15 General Quiz – XLRI Ensemble 2013
  118. 118. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  119. 119. The usage of the word “Babylon” A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  120. 120. Eric Bedser became a spinner literally at the toss of a coin. He was a good batsman as well and was picked in the Surrey team as a useful all-rounder. To what did Steven Lynch attribute the fact that he never got the double of 1000 runs and 100 wickets in a season? 16 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  121. 121. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  122. 122. He hardly bowled at Surrey as they had two other spinners - whose names happened to be Jim Laker and Tony Lock A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  123. 123. Give me the surname of these brothers who won gold and bronze in London and also currently hold World rank 1 and 2 in their sport. Also name the sport. 17 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  124. 124. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  125. 125. The Brownlee Brothers Triathlon A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  126. 126. When this is manufactured in East Asia often it has the added feature of a block of cork on top of the handle, as well as a thin layer of cork on the back for increased grip and comfort. What are we talking about and why the need for this feature? 18 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  127. 127. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  128. 128. Table Tennis racquets Penhold styles are popular among players originating from East Asian regions and the cork makes it more comfortable A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  129. 129. Round 3 ~ Written Theme Round (Not exhaustive) ~ There are 6 questions for 5 points each ~ Theme scoring changes with every question and is mentioned on the slide
  130. 130. +30 / -10 This guy is a British professional boxer who fought in the heavyweight division. Having initially been denied the opportunity to fight for Ireland at the Olympic Games, he is now permitted to represent both England and Ireland, after tracing his family lineage to relatives in Belfast. Who? 1 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  131. 131. +25 / -10 Which Jamaican born English footballer left Watford to join Liverpool in 1987? He was a part of an attacking line up that included Peter Beardsley, Ray Houghton, Ian Rush and John Aldridge which is often rated as one of the strongest in Liverpool's history. After retirement he tried his hand at coaching with stints at Celtic, Jamaica and Tranmere Rovers all of which ended in failure. He is now a sports pundit. 2 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  132. 132. +20 /-10 This guy was born in Nimes in 1992 and made a splash at the 2012 London Olympics with 3 medals – gold in 200m freestyle, gold in the 4 x 100 m relay and silver in the 4 x 200m relay. Name him. 3 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  133. 133. +15 / -5 This Stevenage resident was quite the sportsman in school. He played cricket and football (Ashley Young was his team mate in the school team) His true calling was in another sport – which quite amazingly – he was seriously taking part in since the age of 5. He would form a rivalry with a German at the age of 12 and learnt to ride a unicycle just because this rival could ride one. As fate would have it, the German is now his teammate. Name this person. 4 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  134. 134. +10 / -5 This person won 5 Grand Slam singles titles, 9 Grand Slam doubles titles (including a calendar doubles Grand Slam) and all this before being forced to retire due to ligament trouble at the age of 22. Name this person, who spent 209 weeks as World No 1 in a short but very eventful career. 5 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  135. 135. +5 This person made his ODI debut in 2004 with tremendous expectations and played 11 matches for India scoring only 151 runs. He played for Bengal in the Ranji trophy and scored over 6000 runs in 117 games. He signed on for the Kolkata Tigers (in the ICL) and was subsequently one of the 71 players granted amnesty by the BCCI and welcomed back to the official fold. He retired from cricket in 2012. Who are we talking about? 6 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  136. 136. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  137. 137. Theme: Sportspersons named after other Sportspersons 1. Tyson Fury (named after Mike Tyson) 2. John Barnes (named after John Charles) 3. Yannick Agnel (named after Yannick Noah) 4. Lewis Hamilton (named after Carl Lewis) 5. Martina Hingis (named after Martina Navratilova) 6. Rohan Jai Vishwa Gavaskar (named after Rohan Kanhai, ML Jaisimha and Gundappa Vishwanath) A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  138. 138. Round 4 ~ Counter - Clockwise passing ~ Infinite Pounce ~ Each correct answer gets 10 pts ~ Pounce scoring +10 /-5
  139. 139. Who ? About what? “It was as he was to deliver the fourth ball of his second over that somebody opened a window in the pavilion. There were no sight screen at that time and my 100 per cent concentration wasn’t on that delivery. I saw it just inches away before it hit me. But it isn’t true that I ducked.” 19 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  140. 140. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  141. 141. Nari Contractor about the ball from Charlie Griffith that ended his career A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  142. 142. What is this film about? 20 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  143. 143. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  144. 144. The Lithuanian Team of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics The documentary is called “The Other Dream Team” A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  145. 145. Mario Kempes was the talisman of the Argentine team that won the 1978 world cup. In addition to this he won 2 consecutive pichichis during his time at Valencia where he was known to be dangerous in attack and at the same time more than capable to control the game with style What two somewhat contradictory nicknames (in context of another sport) was he given during his time at Valencia? 21 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  146. 146. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  147. 147. El Toro and El Matador A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  148. 148. Baron Pierre de Coubertin saw a display of these games at the Paris Exhibition of 1889 What he saw is often said to have influenced him while he was planning the revival of the Olympic Games What annually held games, celebrating the culture of a region and including sporting as well as artistic events like singing, dancing etc did Coubertin see? 22 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  149. 149. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  150. 150. Highland Games A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  151. 151. What term commonly used in gymnastics as a synonym for ‘flip’ comes from the Latin for ‘jump’ ? 23 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  152. 152. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  153. 153. Salto A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  154. 154. Yuriy Georgiyevich Sedykh is a two time Olympic Gold Medallist in this sport. He set the world record at the 1986 European championships in Stuttgart. This record still stands and is one of the oldest still valid world records Only two others in the history of the sport have achieved the milestone since namely Ivan Tikhon and Sergei Litvinov Which sport are we talking of? 24 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  155. 155. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  156. 156. Hammer Throw Only three people have ever thrown more than 86m A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  157. 157. Edith Bosch said she had acted out of disappointment and disbelief when the incident unfolded in the Olympic Stadium. She later told Dutch television station NOS TV: "I had seen the man walking around earlier and said to people around me that he was a peculiar bloke. "Then he ____________ and in my emotion I hit him on the back with the flat of my hand. Why did Edith Bosch hit the man? 25 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  158. 158. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  159. 159. Threw bottle at 100m final A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  160. 160. 1 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  161. 161. 26 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  162. 162. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  163. 163. Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Shivnarine Chanderpaul A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  164. 164. Guernsey FC had an unusually busy fixture list in April 2013 - playing 17 matches in the month. Which famous footballer, originally from Guernsey but who moved to the mainland later, made a comeback for Guernsey, 11 years after his retirement in order to help the team cope up with the large number of fixtures? 27 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  165. 165. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  166. 166. Matt le Tissier A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  167. 167. In 2009, at Catalunya, one of the biggest racing rivalries of our times exploded with two teammates fighting each other more out of an out-pouring of off-track rivalry / hatred than out of an actual desire to win the race. The last 3 laps are often rated as the some of the best racing ever seen – with the home favourite being overtaken by his great rival and team mate . The lead was exchanged for a short period before the rival snatched it back. The home favourite pulled off a brilliant manoeuver on the first corner of the last lap – but the rival pulled an even more brilliant and audacious manoeuvre on the last corner of the last lap to win the race. Name the two who have recently been reunited. 28 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  168. 168. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  169. 169. Valentino Rossi Jorge Lorenzo A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  170. 170. All varieties of what sport? Canoe Car Foot Mountain bike Mounted Radio Ski Trail 29 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  171. 171. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  172. 172. Orienteering A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  173. 173. In July 2013, 80,645 flowers — yellow marigolds and black, pink and grey petunias - were used to make what announcement in a spectacular fashion? 30 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  174. 174. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  175. 175. Borussia Dortmund’s unveiling of their home jersey for the 2013-14 season A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  176. 176. Manu Tuilagi (from the famous Tuilagi siblings of Samoa) plays rugby for the England and Ireland Lions Earlier this year, he did something that caused former England hooker Brian Moore to say “People are saying they are offended. Are they really offended, or is it more a case of Tuilagi being an absolute prat again and taking the attention away from his team-mates?” The other person involved played it down and said “it was just a bit of fun” What did Tuillagi do? 31 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  177. 177. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  178. 178. Bunny ears on David Cameron! A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  179. 179. This guy, who revolutionised a sport in the 1950s, took up swimming in 1990 (!) after the original sport was too much for his joints. He died at the age of 75 when he had a heart attack half way through a 500m swimming race. In short, total badass. Name him. 32 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  180. 180. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  181. 181. Parry O Brian A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  182. 182. On August 14, 2008 at the Beijing Olympics, he controversially came in second to Phelps by 1/100 of a second in the final- Many sport journals released a photograph which shows him touching the wall, while Phelps is still a short distance away. Ultimately, the official time keeper Omega said that he was the first to touch the touchpad, but that "Phelps did it more forcefully". Therefore, his finish was registered first. Who? 33 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  183. 183. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  184. 184. Milorad Čavić A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  185. 185. There have only been 14 instances of this feat in all first-class cricket Of these, 2 people have done this twice : One is Mike Procter, for Gloucestershire in 1972 and 1979. The other is also the only person to have achieved this in tests Name this international test cricketer who normally comes in to bat at No.8 for his national side. 34 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  186. 186. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  187. 187. Sohag Gazi A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  188. 188. He won his gold medal in the heavyweight (90– 100 kg; 198–220 lb.) weight class despite his injury, defeating the Iranian Abbas Jadidi by officials' decision after the competitors wrestled to an eight minute, one-one draw. The bout saw Jadidi earn a point after two minutes and 46 seconds by turning him, and he earning a point of his own with a takedown after three minutes and eleven seconds. The officials' decision was protested by Jadidi. He dedicated the victory to Schultz's honour (his murdered coach’s honour) Who? 35 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  189. 189. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  190. 190. Kurt Angle A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  191. 191. CNN reports on which friendship? You'd think they would be sick of the sight of each other. But from the ashes of their encounter match in 2010 an enduring "bromance" has blossomed. One says: "He actually is a really good friend of mine. We keep in touch all the time so we developed a friendship from that match.“ 36 The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  192. 192. Answer follows The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
  193. 193. John Isner and Nicholas Mahut A The Sports Quiz - Mood Indigo 2013 Aditya Gadre
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