Game, Set & Match 3.0 - Final

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3rd edition of the sports quiz......conducted by the trio of Quiz Lovers of Kolkata (Ashoke Sanyal, Indranil Mukherjee & Somnath Chanda).

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  • Game, Set & Match 3.0 - Final

    1. 1. * Ashoke Sanyal * Indranil Mukherjee ** Ashoke Sanyal * Indranil Mukherjee * * Somnath Chanda ** Somnath Chanda *
    2. 2. • Rule 1Rule 1 : QM is the ‘Boss’--- and the: QM is the ‘Boss’--- and the ‘Boss’ is always right.‘Boss’ is always right. • Rule 2Rule 2 : Never forget Rule 1.: Never forget Rule 1. RulesRules
    3. 3. RoundsRounds • Round 1Round 1 : What Happen’s Next?: What Happen’s Next? • Rule 2Rule 2 : Sports Mix: Sports Mix • Round 3Round 3 : Screen Presence: Screen Presence • Rule 4Rule 4 : Sports Mix 2.0: Sports Mix 2.0 • Round 5Round 5 : Lego Moments: Lego Moments • Rule 6Rule 6 : Sports Mix 3.0: Sports Mix 3.0
    4. 4. • 5 questions. • Written Round. • Each question carries 5 marks. • Full house ensure 5 bonus.
    5. 5. 1.1.
    6. 6. 2.2.
    7. 7. 3.3.
    8. 8. With just 0.01 seconds left on the clock in a 1990With just 0.01 seconds left on the clock in a 1990 regular season tilt against the Chicago Bulls, Newregular season tilt against the Chicago Bulls, New York's ____ _____ canned a desperation shot offYork's ____ _____ canned a desperation shot off an inbounds pass, giving the Knicks the win. Thean inbounds pass, giving the Knicks the win. The game was protested by the Bulls and led to angame was protested by the Bulls and led to an NBA rule change after the 1989-1990 seasonNBA rule change after the 1989-1990 season.. As a result of this match a rule came into forceAs a result of this match a rule came into force which bears his name.which bears his name. Name the player/rule.Name the player/rule. 4.4.
    9. 9. In the 1968 OG, the marathon event wasIn the 1968 OG, the marathon event was won by Mamo Wolde, but somethingwon by Mamo Wolde, but something happened when there were only a fewhappened when there were only a few thousand people left in the stadium, and thethousand people left in the stadium, and the sun had set. A television crew was sent outsun had set. A television crew was sent out from the medal ceremony when word wasfrom the medal ceremony when word was received.received. What happened?What happened? 5.5.
    10. 10. 1.1.
    11. 11. 2.2.
    12. 12. 3.3.
    13. 13. With just 0.01 seconds left on the clock in a 1990With just 0.01 seconds left on the clock in a 1990 regular season tilt against the Chicago Bulls, Newregular season tilt against the Chicago Bulls, New York's ____ _____ canned a desperation shot offYork's ____ _____ canned a desperation shot off an inbounds pass, giving the Knicks the win. Thean inbounds pass, giving the Knicks the win. The game was protested by the Bulls and led to angame was protested by the Bulls and led to an NBA rule change after the 1989-1990 seasonNBA rule change after the 1989-1990 season.. As a result of this match a rule came into forceAs a result of this match a rule came into force which bears his name.which bears his name. Name the player/rule.Name the player/rule. 4.4.
    14. 14. Player :Player : Trent Tucker Rule :Rule : No regular shot can be taken from the court if the ball is put into play with less than three-tenths of a second remaining on the game clock.
    15. 15. In the 1968 OG, the marathon event wasIn the 1968 OG, the marathon event was won by Mamo Wolde, but somethingwon by Mamo Wolde, but something happened when there were only a fewhappened when there were only a few thousand people left in the stadium, and thethousand people left in the stadium, and the sun had set. A television crew was sent outsun had set. A television crew was sent out from the medal ceremony when word wasfrom the medal ceremony when word was received.received. What happened?What happened? 5.5.
    16. 16. • 18 questions • Each question carries 10 marks • Infinite Bounce
    17. 17. Every team will get the chance to pounce in any 5 questions out of 18 Score : +10 (for a correct one) -10 (for a wrong one)
    18. 18. Mario Lemieux while playing for PittsburghMario Lemieux while playing for Pittsburgh Penguins against the New Jersey Devils onPenguins against the New Jersey Devils on Dec 31, 1988, became the only NHL player tillDec 31, 1988, became the only NHL player till date to do it all in one game.date to do it all in one game. What did he do?What did he do? 1.1.
    19. 19. There are five kindsThere are five kinds of goals a hockeyof goals a hockey player can score. Heplayer can score. He recorded an even-recorded an even- strength goal, astrength goal, a power play goal, apower play goal, a short-handed goal, ashort-handed goal, a penalty shot goal andpenalty shot goal and an empty-net goal, allan empty-net goal, all in one gamein one game..
    20. 20.    ““I cannot go on, what’s the pointI cannot go on, what’s the point”” commented the defending champion Lynncommented the defending champion Lynn Davies. He told the WR holder “Davies. He told the WR holder “You haveYou have destroyed the eventdestroyed the event”.”. Which event and who was he referring to?Which event and who was he referring to? 2.2.
    21. 21. Men’s Long Jump in 1968 MexicoMen’s Long Jump in 1968 Mexico OlympicsOlympics
    22. 22. Legend has it that they ate Swiss CheeseLegend has it that they ate Swiss Cheese before beating Switzerland, ate Spaghettibefore beating Switzerland, ate Spaghetti before beating Italy & drank Vodka beforebefore beating Italy & drank Vodka before knocking USSR out in the QF.knocking USSR out in the QF. Which team and event I am talking about?Which team and event I am talking about? 3.3.
    23. 23. Chile, in FIFA WC ‘1962Chile, in FIFA WC ‘1962
    24. 24.    Connect.Connect. 5.5.
    25. 25. Triple Crown of thoroughbredTriple Crown of thoroughbred RacingRacing * Kentucky Derby ( referred to as "The Run for the Roses," * Belmont Stakes (The winning horse is draped with a blanket of white carnations after the race) * Preakness Stakes ("The Run for the Black-Eyed Susans")
    26. 26. Charles Smith was an American professionalCharles Smith was an American professional football player who played 9 years in thefootball player who played 9 years in the NFL with Baltimore Colts (1967-71).NFL with Baltimore Colts (1967-71). Which recent newsmaker, who is a reputedWhich recent newsmaker, who is a reputed player in his field was given the nickname ofplayer in his field was given the nickname of Charles Smith by his father?Charles Smith by his father? 6.6.
    27. 27. Gerry Lester ‘Bubba’ Watson, Jr.Gerry Lester ‘Bubba’ Watson, Jr.
    28. 28. Just connect the following clubs with anJust connect the following clubs with an Indian player who is currently living inIndian player who is currently living in Germany and perhaps one of the bestGermany and perhaps one of the best players in his sport.players in his sport. * 2013-14 : Borussia Dusseldorf* 2013-14 : Borussia Dusseldorf * 2012-13 : S V Werder Bremen* 2012-13 : S V Werder Bremen * 2010-11 : T S V Graefelfing* 2010-11 : T S V Graefelfing * 2009-10 : San Sebastain de Los Reyes* 2009-10 : San Sebastain de Los Reyes 7.7.
    29. 29. Achintya Sharath Kamal Achintya Sharath Kamal 
    30. 30. X (from Australia) admired Y (from England) soX (from Australia) admired Y (from England) so much that he copied his action. He met his hero formuch that he copied his action. He met his hero for the first time during a celebratory lunch for Sir Donthe first time during a celebratory lunch for Sir Don Bradman in 1948.Bradman in 1948. Id. both X & Y.Id. both X & Y. (Bigger vis – next slide)(Bigger vis – next slide) 8.8.
    31. 31. 8.8.
    32. 32.   Ray Lindwall & Harold LarwoodRay Lindwall & Harold Larwood
    33. 33. The nickname was coined by the mediaThe nickname was coined by the media after the name first appeared in an article byafter the name first appeared in an article by Craig Lord in the Times, won briefCraig Lord in the Times, won brief international fame in Sydney when he swaminternational fame in Sydney when he swam the heat of 100 m freestyle in 1 min. 52.72the heat of 100 m freestyle in 1 min. 52.72 sec.sec. What was the nickname?What was the nickname? 9.9.
    34. 34.  ‘ ‘Eric the Eel’ MoussambaniEric the Eel’ Moussambani
    35. 35.    This is a painting regarded by critics andThis is a painting regarded by critics and experts as one of the greatest fights in history.experts as one of the greatest fights in history. Name the two fighters.Name the two fighters. (Bigger vis – next slide)(Bigger vis – next slide) 11.11.
    36. 36. 11.11.
    37. 37. Argentinian Luis Firpo sendingArgentinian Luis Firpo sending Jack Dempsey out of the ring.Jack Dempsey out of the ring.   
    38. 38.    The father of Indian badminton, GeorgeThe father of Indian badminton, George Lewis had famously said of this player thatLewis had famously said of this player that he had his hands at the net & feet at thehe had his hands at the net & feet at the baseline. His contest with another great forbaseline. His contest with another great for the Indian title were long & tense matches,the Indian title were long & tense matches, but the two remained close friends.but the two remained close friends. Who is being referred to?Who is being referred to? 12.12.
    39. 39. Devinder MohanDevinder Mohan
    40. 40.    X are derived statistically and are based on theX are derived statistically and are based on the World Record Totals of athletes in the prime ofWorld Record Totals of athletes in the prime of life, that is, mainly in their 20’s, early 30’s orlife, that is, mainly in their 20’s, early 30’s or late 10’s. This implies that the athlete'slate 10’s. This implies that the athlete's bodyweight, X kg, should not be too far belowbodyweight, X kg, should not be too far below the upper limit for the lightest bodyweightthe upper limit for the lightest bodyweight category.category. What is X?What is X? 13.13.
    41. 41. Sinclair Coefficients.Sinclair Coefficients. The Sinclair coefficients, derived statistically, are adjusted each Olympic year and are based on the World Record Totals in the various bodyweight categories as of the previous several years.
    42. 42.    Connect. (Non-exhaustive)Connect. (Non-exhaustive) 14.14.
    43. 43. All terms used in BowlingAll terms used in Bowling Hook:  A hook is when the bowler puts a spin on the bowling ball while throwing it causing it to curve down the lane. Lane:  The lane is the floor that you throw the ball onto. This area is oiled to give the bowling ball a gliding effect to reach the pins. Turkey:  A turkey is when a bowler scores three strikes in a row Anchor: In league play, this is the person bowling last on the team. This is usually the best bowler on the team, and/or the bowler considered to be the coolest under pressure. Gutter:  A gutter is a pit on each side of the lane that the bowling ball falls into. If your ball enters the gutter it is deemed a "gutter ball" and you will score no points for that throw .
    44. 44.    This unique athlete has won 3 gold medals for 3This unique athlete has won 3 gold medals for 3 different nation's teams in OG.different nation's teams in OG. Which sport is he associated with?Which sport is he associated with? (Was the flag bearer of one of the nations in Sydney OG)(Was the flag bearer of one of the nations in Sydney OG) 15.15.
    45. 45. HandballHandball
    46. 46.    Find the equivalent of MLB.Find the equivalent of MLB. 16.16.
    47. 47. Commissioner’s TrophyCommissioner’s Trophy
    48. 48.    This champion tennis player found herselfThis champion tennis player found herself brankrupt in the early 90’s. After knowing herbrankrupt in the early 90’s. After knowing her plight, her doubles partner arranged for a letterplight, her doubles partner arranged for a letter to be published in a tennis magazine withoutto be published in a tennis magazine without the former’s knowledge. The lady in questionthe former’s knowledge. The lady in question got cash worth millions dollars from fans allgot cash worth millions dollars from fans all around the world.around the world. Name the tennis player who had been a first ofName the tennis player who had been a first of her kind in the 1950’s.her kind in the 1950’s. 17.17.
    49. 49. Althea GibsonAlthea Gibson
    50. 50.   Which award was created for the 2010Which award was created for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, given toWinter Olympics in Vancouver, given to Olympic athletes , is named after aOlympic athletes , is named after a Canadian athlete who showed greatCanadian athlete who showed great determination in the face of adversity?determination in the face of adversity? 18.18.
    51. 51. Terry FoxTerry Fox
    52. 52. • 5 questions. • Written Round. • Each question carries 5 marks. • Full house ensure 5 bonus.
    53. 53. He is an Indian movie/tv artist, named AshokeHe is an Indian movie/tv artist, named Ashoke Bhantia - an NSD graduate. He appeared inBhantia - an NSD graduate. He appeared in several movies like Jaane Bhi Do Yarron, Bedardi,several movies like Jaane Bhi Do Yarron, Bedardi, Rudali, Bhawandar, Mission Kashmir, AankhenRudali, Bhawandar, Mission Kashmir, Aankhen and serials like Balika Badhu, Chanakya,and serials like Balika Badhu, Chanakya, Ramayana etc. But his chief wiki-reference stillRamayana etc. But his chief wiki-reference still reminds us about his portrayal of an Indianreminds us about his portrayal of an Indian sportsman.sportsman. Whom did he portray?Whom did he portray? (Vis – next slide)(Vis – next slide) 1.1.
    54. 54. 1.1.
    55. 55. Whom did Glen Ford portray in this movie?Whom did Glen Ford portray in this movie? 2.2.
    56. 56. Identify the famous coach, who is beingIdentify the famous coach, who is being portrayed in this 1984 movie.portrayed in this 1984 movie. 3.3.
    57. 57. Who is the sports person, being enacted byWho is the sports person, being enacted by Venessa Redgrave?Venessa Redgrave? 4.4.
    58. 58. Who is the footballer with jersey no. 12?Who is the footballer with jersey no. 12? 5.5.
    59. 59. He is an Indian movie/tv artist, named AshokeHe is an Indian movie/tv artist, named Ashoke Bhantia - an NSD graduate. He appeared inBhantia - an NSD graduate. He appeared in several movies like Jaane Bhi Do Yarron, Bedardi,several movies like Jaane Bhi Do Yarron, Bedardi, Rudali, Bhawandar, Mission Kashmir, AankhenRudali, Bhawandar, Mission Kashmir, Aankhen and serials like Balika Badhu, Chanakya,and serials like Balika Badhu, Chanakya, Ramayana etc. But his chief wiki-reference stillRamayana etc. But his chief wiki-reference still reminds us about his portrayal of an Indianreminds us about his portrayal of an Indian sportsman.sportsman. Whom did he portray?Whom did he portray? (Vis – next slide)(Vis – next slide) 1.1.
    60. 60. 1.1.
    61. 61. Iftikhar Ali Khan PataudiIftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi
    62. 62. Whom did Glen Ford portray in this movie?Whom did Glen Ford portray in this movie? 2.2.
    63. 63. Ben HoganBen Hogan
    64. 64. Identify the famous coach, who is beingIdentify the famous coach, who is being portrayed in this 1984 movie.portrayed in this 1984 movie. 3.3.
    65. 65. Bela KarolyiBela Karolyi
    66. 66. Who is the sports person, being enacted byWho is the sports person, being enacted by Venessa Redgrave?Venessa Redgrave? 4.4.
    67. 67. Richard Raskind/Renee RichardsRichard Raskind/Renee Richards
    68. 68. Who is the footballer with jersey no. 12?Who is the footballer with jersey no. 12? 5.5.
    69. 69. Helmut RahnHelmut Rahn
    70. 70. • 18 questions • Each question carries 10 marks • Infinite Bounce
    71. 71. Every team will get the chance to pounce in any 5 questions out of 18 Score : +10 (for a correct one) -10 (for a wrong one)
    72. 72. (Question no. 1 – 9)
    73. 73. This is Rajen Sengupta -This is Rajen Sengupta - the attacking half back ofthe attacking half back of Mohun Bagan’s 1911 IFAMohun Bagan’s 1911 IFA Shield winning team. ApartShield winning team. Apart from football, he was thefrom football, he was the first Bengalee or the firstfirst Bengalee or the first from Bengal to achievefrom Bengal to achieve something.something. Explain.Explain. 1.1.
    74. 74. He was the first news reader-cum-He was the first news reader-cum- announcer of Akashbani, Kolkataannouncer of Akashbani, Kolkata
    75. 75.   Chire KoyamaChire Koyama (vis)(vis) is a Japanese sportsperson andis a Japanese sportsperson and following is her achievements. Connect Koyamafollowing is her achievements. Connect Koyama with X.with X. (X’s career record is given in the next slide).(X’s career record is given in the next slide). Identify X also.Identify X also. 2.2.
    76. 76. 2.2.
    77. 77. He Zhili; both are same person.He Zhili; both are same person.
    78. 78.   There was a major upset, albeit in controversialThere was a major upset, albeit in controversial circumstances, in the 3,000 mts. steeplechase incircumstances, in the 3,000 mts. steeplechase in Melbourne, 1956. ‘X’ of Great Britain finished wellMelbourne, 1956. ‘X’ of Great Britain finished well ahead of the field, but the judges announced that heahead of the field, but the judges announced that he was disqualified for interfering with Norway’s Ernstwas disqualified for interfering with Norway’s Ernst Larsen and Sandor Rozsnyoi of Hungary wasLarsen and Sandor Rozsnyoi of Hungary was declared as the winner. X’s appeal, remarkably, wasdeclared as the winner. X’s appeal, remarkably, was supported by Larsen, Rozsnyoi and fourth-placesupported by Larsen, Rozsnyoi and fourth-place finisher Heinz Laufer of Germany. After reversing thefinisher Heinz Laufer of Germany. After reversing the decision, X was finally given the gold medal.decision, X was finally given the gold medal. Identify X.Identify X. 3.3.
    79. 79. Chris BrasherChris Brasher
    80. 80.    This was a demonstration sport in BerlinThis was a demonstration sport in Berlin Olympic and was accorded the official status inOlympic and was accorded the official status in the 1940 Summer Olympics. But due to thethe 1940 Summer Olympics. But due to the outbreak of World War II, the 1940 Games wereoutbreak of World War II, the 1940 Games were cancelled and strangely, the sports nevercancelled and strangely, the sports never featured in any Olympics thereafter.featured in any Olympics thereafter. Which sport am I talking about?Which sport am I talking about? 4.4.
    81. 81. ParaglydingParaglyding
    82. 82.    What is the moreWhat is the more common name for thiscommon name for this Hungarian Hungarian prémescsákóprémescsákó or or kucsmakucsma, a military, a military head-dress made of fur,head-dress made of fur, worn originally by theworn originally by the Hungarian hussars?Hungarian hussars? (This name has a classical(This name has a classical sporting connection)sporting connection) 5.5.
    83. 83. Busby HatBusby Hat
    84. 84. It’s a much discussed history that, opposing captain,It’s a much discussed history that, opposing captain, Maharaja of Kathiawar conceded the match and B.BMaharaja of Kathiawar conceded the match and B.B Nimbalkar was denied to cross Bradman’s record.Nimbalkar was denied to cross Bradman’s record. Now, once in a test match, the fielding skipperNow, once in a test match, the fielding skipper just left the field during mandatory overs withoutjust left the field during mandatory overs without taking consent of the opponent team or umpires,taking consent of the opponent team or umpires, when the batsman was not out at 84, citing reason thatwhen the batsman was not out at 84, citing reason that no result was possible in the match. This timeno result was possible in the match. This time although, the match resumed foreseeing a majoralthough, the match resumed foreseeing a major crowd disturbance and the batsman duly completedcrowd disturbance and the batsman duly completed his century.his century. Who were the centurion and the opponent skipper?Who were the centurion and the opponent skipper? 6.6.
    85. 85. Batsman : S. GavaskarBatsman : S. Gavaskar Captain : Z. AbbasCaptain : Z. Abbas
    86. 86.    Lee Lai Shan won the gold medal in sailingLee Lai Shan won the gold medal in sailing (board - mistral), in the Atlanta Olympics.(board - mistral), in the Atlanta Olympics. In what way, her achievement was special?In what way, her achievement was special? 7.7.
    87. 87. Only Olympic-gold medallist fromOnly Olympic-gold medallist from Hong Kong  Hong Kong  
    88. 88. During WWIl, she was married to Joe Crowley, a pilot,During WWIl, she was married to Joe Crowley, a pilot, who was killed in action over Germany. After anwho was killed in action over Germany. After an attempted suicide, she was coaxed to spy for U.S.attempted suicide, she was coaxed to spy for U.S. intelligence. Her mission involved renewing contactintelligence. Her mission involved renewing contact with a former lover, a Swiss banker and obtainingwith a former lover, a Swiss banker and obtaining Nazi financial data. The operation ended when a NaziNazi financial data. The operation ended when a Nazi agent shot her in the back, but she fortunatelyagent shot her in the back, but she fortunately survived. The details of that daring mission wassurvived. The details of that daring mission was revealed in her memoir ‘revealed in her memoir ‘Courting DangerCourting Danger’, published’, published posthumously.posthumously. Identify that lady who was more famous for herIdentify that lady who was more famous for her sporting exploits.sporting exploits. 8.8.
    89. 89.   Alice MarbleAlice Marble
    90. 90. Whose CV?Whose CV? * World Champion, fencing, Men’s Foil Team,* World Champion, fencing, Men’s Foil Team, Montreal 1976Montreal 1976 * World Champion, fencing, Men’s Foil Team,* World Champion, fencing, Men’s Foil Team, Buenos Aires 1977Buenos Aires 1977 * 1971 Bronze Medal, Junior Wold Championship,* 1971 Bronze Medal, Junior Wold Championship, foil, Chicagofoil, Chicago * 1973 Silver Medal World Championships Men’s Foil* 1973 Silver Medal World Championships Men’s Foil Team, GöteborgTeam, Göteborg * 1979 Bronze Medal, World Championship, Men’s* 1979 Bronze Medal, World Championship, Men’s Foil Team, MelbourneFoil Team, Melbourne (Vis – next slide)(Vis – next slide) 9.9.
    91. 91. 9.9.
    92. 92. Thomas BachThomas Bach
    93. 93. (Question no. 10 – 18)
    94. 94. This is the illustration of anThis is the illustration of an Olympic gold medallistOlympic gold medallist whose claim to fame iswhose claim to fame is attributed to the fact, thatattributed to the fact, that he was the last man to win ahe was the last man to win a specific Olympicspecific Olympic competition in a certaincompetition in a certain style, which is presentlystyle, which is presently obsolete in major cases.obsolete in major cases. Id. both the sportspersonId. both the sportsperson and the illustrator.and the illustrator. 10.10.
    95. 95. Valeriy Brumel & Satyajit RayValeriy Brumel & Satyajit Ray
    96. 96.    Complete this elite list.Complete this elite list. 11.11.
    97. 97. Rupesh ShahRupesh Shah  
    98. 98.    X, the red-haired mulatto centre half was found hangingX, the red-haired mulatto centre half was found hanging wretchedly around the lobby of the Hotel Penta, Munich.wretchedly around the lobby of the Hotel Penta, Munich. The team officials dragged him, tearful, out of theThe team officials dragged him, tearful, out of the Grunwald Sports School where the team was staying, beatGrunwald Sports School where the team was staying, beat him, shoved him into a car and kept him incommunicadohim, shoved him into a car and kept him incommunicado in a room at the Sheraton Hotel, flying him back to thein a room at the Sheraton Hotel, flying him back to the country the next morning. In this bizarre event, acountry the next morning. In this bizarre event, a sympathetic Polish press hostess & Herr Kurt Renner,sympathetic Polish press hostess & Herr Kurt Renner, attache to that team told the whole grim story to the pressattache to that team told the whole grim story to the press and were subsequently dismissed by the tournamentand were subsequently dismissed by the tournament organising committee.organising committee. What was the incident and who was X?What was the incident and who was X? 12.12.
    99. 99. Ernst Jean-Joseph of HaitiErnst Jean-Joseph of Haiti and the doping scandal of theand the doping scandal of the 1974 FIFA World Cup1974 FIFA World Cup
    100. 100.    Identify the sportsman, nicknamed ‘Birdman’, whoIdentify the sportsman, nicknamed ‘Birdman’, who has made an appearance in this Simpson’s episode.has made an appearance in this Simpson’s episode. 13.13.
    101. 101. Tony HawkTony Hawk
    102. 102.    If we don’t consider Olympians representingIf we don’t consider Olympians representing our neighbouring countries, Mohon Patel andour neighbouring countries, Mohon Patel and Ramesh Patel are the first Indian-origin goldRamesh Patel are the first Indian-origin gold medallists in Summer Olympics, notmedallists in Summer Olympics, not representing India (representing India (incidentally not Mr. Alexincidentally not Mr. Alex Grewal of USAGrewal of USA).). In which sport and for which nation did theyIn which sport and for which nation did they win the gold?win the gold? 14.14.
    103. 103. NZ hockey team in 1976 OlympicsNZ hockey team in 1976 Olympics
    104. 104.   X’s amazing victory over Billy Collins Jr. in 1983X’s amazing victory over Billy Collins Jr. in 1983 welterweight bout, subsequently changed to ‘nowelterweight bout, subsequently changed to ‘no contest’ and suspension of X by boxing federationcontest’ and suspension of X by boxing federation was one of the biggest scandals of modern daywas one of the biggest scandals of modern day boxing. Collins died one month after the bout; Xboxing. Collins died one month after the bout; X was put on trial and found guilty. HBOwas put on trial and found guilty. HBO documentary ‘documentary ‘Assault on the RingAssault on the Ring’ reveals the’ reveals the betting connection too.betting connection too. Who is X?Who is X? (Vis – next slide)(Vis – next slide) 15.15.
    105. 105. 15.15.
    106. 106. Louis RestoLouis Resto
    107. 107.    World Championship of this sports starting fromWorld Championship of this sports starting from 2002 has repeatedly been held in Berck-sur-Mer,2002 has repeatedly been held in Berck-sur-Mer, France apart from once, in 2005 when the venueFrance apart from once, in 2005 when the venue was at Lincoln City, USA .was at Lincoln City, USA . Some of the past-winners are - Overdrive (2002 &Some of the past-winners are - Overdrive (2002 & ‘03), Cutting Edge (2005 & ‘06) and Scratch‘03), Cutting Edge (2005 & ‘06) and Scratch Bunnies (2010 & ’12).Bunnies (2010 & ’12). Which sporting event?Which sporting event? 16.16.
    108. 108. World Kite Flying ChampionshipWorld Kite Flying Championship
    109. 109.    Only two cyclists hadOnly two cyclists had achieved the Triple Crown byachieved the Triple Crown by winning the Tour-de-France,winning the Tour-de-France, the Giro d’Italia and the Roadthe Giro d’Italia and the Road World CyclingWorld Cycling Championship in the sameChampionship in the same year. If the person in the vis.year. If the person in the vis. did it for the first time, who isdid it for the first time, who is the second person to achievethe second person to achieve it in 1987?it in 1987? 17.17.
    110. 110. Stephen RocheStephen Roche
    111. 111.    Players from this countryPlayers from this country won the three out of lastwon the three out of last four Chess Olympiadsfour Chess Olympiads (2006, 2008 and 2012). The(2006, 2008 and 2012). The postage stamp features thepostage stamp features the most iconic player of thatmost iconic player of that country.country. Identify the country.Identify the country. 18.18.
    112. 112. ArmeniaArmenia
    113. 113. • 5 questions. • Written Round. • Each question carries 5 marks. • Full house ensure 5 bonus.
    114. 114. A moment of madness…who?A moment of madness…who? 1.1.
    115. 115. It was earlier thought that this ‘move’ might upsetIt was earlier thought that this ‘move’ might upset people by showing offpeople by showing off hairy armpitshairy armpits, but ‘it’ actually, but ‘it’ actually became quite-a-sensation within the last few years.became quite-a-sensation within the last few years. What is ‘it’?What is ‘it’? 2.2.
    116. 116. Celebrating the breaking of the longest winningCelebrating the breaking of the longest winning streak….what was the occasion?streak….what was the occasion? 3.3.
    117. 117. Identify this Laureus Award winner.Identify this Laureus Award winner. 4.4.
    118. 118. Creating history ……who?Creating history ……who? 5.5.
    119. 119. A moment of madness…who?A moment of madness…who? 1.1.
    120. 120. Zidane-Materrazi Head ButtingZidane-Materrazi Head Butting
    121. 121. It was earlier thought that this ‘move’ might upsetIt was earlier thought that this ‘move’ might upset people by showing offpeople by showing off hairy armpitshairy armpits, but ‘it’ actually, but ‘it’ actually became quite-a-sensation within the last few years.became quite-a-sensation within the last few years. What is ‘it’?What is ‘it’? 2.2.
    122. 122. Mobot Dance of Mo FarahMobot Dance of Mo Farah
    123. 123. Celebrating the breaking of the longest winningCelebrating the breaking of the longest winning streak….what was the occasion?streak….what was the occasion? 3.3.
    124. 124. Australia II won the 1983Australia II won the 1983 America’s CupAmerica’s Cup
    125. 125. Identify this Laureus Award winner.Identify this Laureus Award winner. 4.4.
    126. 126. Felix BaumgartnerFelix Baumgartner
    127. 127. Creating history ……who?Creating history ……who? 5.5.
    128. 128. Roger BannisterRoger Bannister
    129. 129. • 18 questions • Each question carries 10 marks • Infinite Bounce
    130. 130. Every team will get the chance to pounce in any 5 questions out of 18 Score : +10 (for a correct one) -10 (for a wrong one)
    131. 131. Despite winning 9 medals at the global stage,Despite winning 9 medals at the global stage, including golds in successive Worldincluding golds in successive World Championships, in 2010 and 2011, which ‘WorldChampionships, in 2010 and 2011, which ‘World no. 1’ finally broke his jinx of winning theno. 1’ finally broke his jinx of winning the National title in December, 2013?National title in December, 2013? 1.1.
    132. 132. Ronjan Singh SodhiRonjan Singh Sodhi
    133. 133.   After going through 5,164 stone steps and many steepAfter going through 5,164 stone steps and many steep ascents and descents,ascents and descents, Jorge Maravilla (USA), Dimitris TheodorakakosJorge Maravilla (USA), Dimitris Theodorakakos (Greece) and Jonathan Wyatt (NZ) crossed the finish(Greece) and Jonathan Wyatt (NZ) crossed the finish line together in record time(3:09:18) in the 2013line together in record time(3:09:18) in the 2013 edition.edition. What is being talked about?What is being talked about? (Vis of the route map and altitude map –next slide)(Vis of the route map and altitude map –next slide) 2.2.
    134. 134. The Great Wall Marathon, ChinaThe Great Wall Marathon, China
    135. 135.   While reporting about an Olympic event,While reporting about an Olympic event, Sports Illustrated’s David Epstein wrote,Sports Illustrated’s David Epstein wrote, “ …“ … is best told, perhaps, in 16 letters:is best told, perhaps, in 16 letters: WR, NR, PB, PB, PB, NR, SB, PB”WR, NR, PB, PB, PB, NR, SB, PB”.. Which particular event is being referred to?Which particular event is being referred to? 3.3.
    136. 136. Men’s 800 m. at the LondonMen’s 800 m. at the London Olympics, 2012Olympics, 2012
    137. 137.    According to the record-books, KumarAccording to the record-books, Kumar Ranjitsinghji was the 1Ranjitsinghji was the 1stst Indian to score aIndian to score a century with a red ball. Sanjay Manjrekar is thecentury with a red ball. Sanjay Manjrekar is the 11stst Indian to score a century withIndian to score a century with a white ball.a white ball. Who is the 1Who is the 1stst Indian to score a centuryIndian to score a century with pink ball?with pink ball? 4.4.
    138. 138. Virender SehwagVirender Sehwag
    139. 139.    Golfing fraternity has been rocked by flurry of quotesGolfing fraternity has been rocked by flurry of quotes from furious LPGA players over this amateur golfer,from furious LPGA players over this amateur golfer, with a famous surname, hogging the limelight bywith a famous surname, hogging the limelight by appearing in this mag-cover. Stacy Lewis, a formerappearing in this mag-cover. Stacy Lewis, a former No. 1 told, “No. 1 told, “It’s frustrating for female golfers. It’s kind of the state of where we’ve always been…..But at the same time you’d like to see a little respect for the women’s game”.”. What is the famous surname of Pauline?What is the famous surname of Pauline? (Vis of the cover – next slide)(Vis of the cover – next slide) 5.5.
    140. 140. Paulina Gretzky – daughter ofPaulina Gretzky – daughter of Wayne Gretzky Wayne Gretzky 
    141. 141. This noted EuropeanThis noted European physicist was awardedphysicist was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1932 ‘the Nobel Prize in 1932 ‘forfor the creation of quantumthe creation of quantum mechanicsmechanics’.’. Which famous sports entityWhich famous sports entity will you find today at thewill you find today at the postal address bearing hispostal address bearing his name?name? 6.6.
    142. 142. Allianz Arena, MunichAllianz Arena, Munich
    143. 143.    (A) is currently in use. But, since 2011, it has(A) is currently in use. But, since 2011, it has been proposed to use (B) instead of (A).been proposed to use (B) instead of (A). Who? Where?Who? Where? 7.7.
    144. 144. Logo of European TourLogo of European Tour A – Harry Vardon, B – Seve Ballesteros  
    145. 145. What is so special about this pictogram?What is so special about this pictogram? 8.8.
    146. 146.   These are the 9 sports that wereThese are the 9 sports that were played in the first ever Modernplayed in the first ever Modern Olympics in 1896.Olympics in 1896.
    147. 147. There have only been four persons, officially,There have only been four persons, officially, assigned for this job. The first to do this wasassigned for this job. The first to do this was Carl Peterson, followed by his son Arno. DougCarl Peterson, followed by his son Arno. Doug Boffey did it for 25 years. Currently, it is beingBoffey did it for 25 years. Currently, it is being done by Louise St. Jacques.done by Louise St. Jacques. Which high-precision job are they performingWhich high-precision job are they performing since 1906-07? since 1906-07?  9.9.
    148. 148. Engravers of the Stanley CupEngravers of the Stanley Cup
    149. 149. How would you connect this best-selling mangaHow would you connect this best-selling manga series (A) with this legendary sportscaster (B)?series (A) with this legendary sportscaster (B)? 10.10.
    150. 150. Slam DunkSlam Dunk
    151. 151.    Named after its first patron, it is one of the oldestNamed after its first patron, it is one of the oldest multipurpose sports complex of the world. Amongmultipurpose sports complex of the world. Among the initial sports offered here were realthe initial sports offered here were real tennis, Eton Fives, rackets, lawn tennis, football,tennis, Eton Fives, rackets, lawn tennis, football, rugby and athletics. Cricket was also played butrugby and athletics. Cricket was also played but not as an organized sport.not as an organized sport.   Identify this prestigious venue, well knownIdentify this prestigious venue, well known because of an annual sporting event.because of an annual sporting event. 11.11.
    152. 152. Queen’s ClubQueen’s Club  
    153. 153.    XX was a star of Indian athletics in the 1960s and thewas a star of Indian athletics in the 1960s and the 1970s. He became a double gold medalist in discus1970s. He became a double gold medalist in discus throwing in the 1966 and 1970 Asian Games holdingthrowing in the 1966 and 1970 Asian Games holding the Games record of 56.76 metres. He also won silverthe Games record of 56.76 metres. He also won silver in the 1966 Commonwealth Games in Kingston and inin the 1966 Commonwealth Games in Kingston and in the 1974 Asian Games in Tehran.the 1974 Asian Games in Tehran. Y, his namesake, is currently out of favour with theY, his namesake, is currently out of favour with the national selectors. After making his ODI debut vsnational selectors. After making his ODI debut vs Pakistan in 2007, he has played 6 tests and 68 ODIs.Pakistan in 2007, he has played 6 tests and 68 ODIs. Identify X & Y.Identify X & Y. 12.12.
    154. 154. Praveen KumarPraveen Kumar
    155. 155.    At the recently concluded Winter Olympics at Sochi,At the recently concluded Winter Olympics at Sochi, Tina Maze won Slovenia’s first ever Winter OlympicsTina Maze won Slovenia’s first ever Winter Olympics gold medal by winning the women’s alpine skiinggold medal by winning the women’s alpine skiing downhill competition.downhill competition. What unusual ‘first’ was associated with that event?What unusual ‘first’ was associated with that event? 13.13.
    156. 156. Tie for the gold medal with Maze andTie for the gold medal with Maze and Swiss skier Dominique GisinSwiss skier Dominique Gisin  
    157. 157.    Harold Charles, eldest son of a decorator fromHarold Charles, eldest son of a decorator from Lancashire, landed at a small sportswear companyLancashire, landed at a small sportswear company ‘Messrs. Bucks’ and started working as a travelling‘Messrs. Bucks’ and started working as a travelling salesman. In 1924, aged 22, he decided to take asalesman. In 1924, aged 22, he decided to take a plunge into the wholesale market and teamed upplunge into the wholesale market and teamed up with his brother Wallace.with his brother Wallace. Which companyWhich company did thosedid those brothers form?brothers form? 14.14.
    158. 158. UmbroUmbro
    159. 159.    Till date, it has been recorded 55 times, performedTill date, it has been recorded 55 times, performed by 23 persons. 1by 23 persons. 1stst one took place in 1950 at Monacoone took place in 1950 at Monaco and the latest one happened in 2014 at Malaysia. Butand the latest one happened in 2014 at Malaysia. But these three gentlemen form a very exclusive club.these three gentlemen form a very exclusive club. Put funda.Put funda. 15.15.
    160. 160. Grand Chelem or Grand Slam inGrand Chelem or Grand Slam in consecutive racesconsecutive races •Alberto AscariAlberto Ascari : (German GP and Dutch GP in 1952)  •Jim ClarkJim Clark : (Dutch GP and French GP in 1963)   •Sebastian VettelSebastian Vettel : (Singapore GP and Korean GP in 2013).
    161. 161.    Name this prestigious award presented annuallyName this prestigious award presented annually by the USA Swimming Foundation, to honour theby the USA Swimming Foundation, to honour the swimmers’ achievements over the last year.swimmers’ achievements over the last year. 16.16.
    162. 162. Golden Goggle AwardGolden Goggle Award
    163. 163.    Something, not very glorious, began withSomething, not very glorious, began with Malcolm Spence(A) and came to an end with (B).Malcolm Spence(A) and came to an end with (B). Explain.Explain. 17.17.
    164. 164. South Africa’s ban from the OlympicsSouth Africa’s ban from the Olympics on grounds of apartheid.on grounds of apartheid. A – Malcolm Spence’s Bronze Medal in 1960 in the 400m event; B – Wayne Ferreira and Piet Norval, winners of the Silver Medal in the Tennis Doubles  event in 1992.
    165. 165.    The chief protagonist of this tv-series of theThe chief protagonist of this tv-series of the 1980s was Bernard Samson, a middle-aged and1980s was Bernard Samson, a middle-aged and somewhat jaded intelligence officer working forsomewhat jaded intelligence officer working for the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6).the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). The tv-series, an adaptation of a literary trilogy,The tv-series, an adaptation of a literary trilogy, shares its name with that of the trilogy.shares its name with that of the trilogy. Just identify the tv-series.Just identify the tv-series. (Vis – next slide)(Vis – next slide) 18.18.
    166. 166. 18.18.
    167. 167. Game, Set & MatchGame, Set & Match

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