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  • Balls of Fury! – Open Sports QuizMarch 31st, 2013 – YMCA KolkataSreshth Shah
  • Assisted (a little) by and tested on:Atul MathewKunal MalhotraSuraj Menon
  • NotesHighest: 21Cutoff: 13 (4 stars)Finalists1. Ashoke S, Somnath C, Indranil M (Finished 2nd)2. Shirsho D, Ritwik G, ______ (Prelims 13, School team)3. Debashish M, Nayan C, Sanjay K (Finished 3rd)4. Sumantrasarathi D, Anurag S, Gourav C5. Prithwish D, Robin D, Sarbajit M6. Arpan Chazz G, Siddhant A, Nrisingha7. Mithun P, Nikhil S, Rajdeep C8. Souvik G, Kinshuk B, Soubhadra C (Prelims: 21, Finished 1st)
  • Qualifiers!1. Please arrange yourselves in teams of three orless.2. Give yourself a team name and write down thenames of the players in your team and 1contact number, incase.
  • Rules of the Qualifiers!1. 25 question written preliminary round.2. Questions 11-20 are starred questions (these willbe used to break ties at the end of regulation time)3. No doping, cheating, lying and googling please(liable for instant disqualification)4. Top 8 scores at the end of regulation time, moveon to the finals!5. (For the benefit of the checkers, please markstarred questions 11-20 on the answer sheet)
  • 1This European football club gets its name fromthe Roman Goddess of Youth, who‟s Greekequivalent is Hebe. But then again, the irony inthe teams name lies in its nickname. Which club?
  • 2Preceded and succeeded by Datta Gaekwad, hewas captain of India for one single test, whichIndia lost. In his second season of InternationalTest Cricket, he toured England and made 5ducks in 7 innings. Not many know about thesesmall facts about this cricketer, but we all knowfor him being involved in a cricketingachievement that lasted for 52 years. Who?
  • 3This piece of sporting equipment gets its namefrom ras al-yad (Arabic) which roughly translatesto palm of hand. Used in more than 1 sport, thesize of the equipment varies according to thesport. What?
  • 4SYNOPSIS1. It has happened a total of 97 times in professionalcompetition.2. Steve Davis did it for the first time in 1982 and themost recent was by Dung Junhui on March16th, 2013.3. Steven Hendry and ____________ have achievedthis feat the most number of times – 11 times.Fill in the Blanks. Also, what sportingachievement? (Half points, going)
  • 5An often attempted feat is to cover the route ofThe Land‟s End to John O‟Groats, by cycling.That‟s the traversal of the whole length of theisland of ______ _______ between twoextremities – Southwest and Northeast. Thedistance by is road is 874 Miles/1407 km andthe current records range between 41 hours to44 hours. Which Island?
  • 6Which Olympic sport with 6 players in eachteam, requires the skills ofServe, Pass, Set, Attack, Block and Dig?
  • 7In 1943, the Philadelphia Eagles and thePittsburgh Steelers merged as one team to beknown as the Steagles, because a lot of playerson each team were unavailable at that period.What was the reason for their absence?
  • 8Its location is such that it is possible to play golfanytime of the day or night in full sunshineduring the golfing season. Also, this golf coursehas something that makes it very unique. So, justtell me what‟s unique about the Tornio GolfCourse(Clue: Image next slide)?
  • 9#kolstylzThis sport has had only 2 Rajiv Gandhi KhelRatna Award recipients: Cdr. Homi. D. Motiwalaand Lt. Cdr. P.K. Garg. Which sport?
  • 10Fred Stabley Jr., a writer for the Lansing StateJournal in the early 70s, coined whatmoniker, when he saw a sophomore (grade 10equivalent) representing Lansing‟s Everett HighSchool – when he recorded a triple double of 18rebounds, 16 assists and 36 points?
  • 11If all the batsmen of a cricket team were to bedismissed for nought off the first ballfaced, then what would be the position of thebatsman who is not out at the end of theinnings?
  • 12Iconic Sports Photo of the 90s.1.ID the F1 track.2. F1 authorities did something special in this race.What?Image next slide.Half points going. Full answer needed to consideras a starred answer.
  • 13His father, Clarence, represented United Provincesin the Ranji Trophy. He went on to play forEngland, and is believed to be the only personto have witnessed Lara‟s 501 and HanifMohammad‟s 499.
  • 14He suffered from chronic hand injuriesthroughout his career and was forced to work onthe docks and collect social assistance to feed hisfamily during the Great Depression. It was onlyin 1935, that he got a shot at the title of theWorld Heavyweight Championship against MaxBaer, in which he had an upset victory andretained the title till 1937.What nickname did he get for his comeback?
  • 15This particular book part of a series was releasedin the year 1968 (to coincide with the MexicoCity Olympics). It was translated into English in1972 (to coincide with the Munich Olympics).The story satirizes performance enhancing drugusage in sports. A movie version of the bookwas released in 2008 (to coincide with theBeijing Olympics). Just name the book.
  • 16This iconic race (image next slide) is a “first – of –a – kind” for two reasons. One involved all theparticipants in this race. And one was about acertain „achievement‟ of the winner. Tell me, forhalf points each:1. What is Reason #1?2. What is Reason #2 or the Winner.(Half Points)
  • 17He chose surgery as his profession although hewas a veteran in sailing and yachting. He wasalso a 3 time olympic veteran and was nationalchampion 16 times. He also represented hiscountry‟s Rugby Union team. Which olympian?
  • 18In 1908, a pub owner, Foot Anakin, was taken tocourt for allowing this sport/game to be practicedat his pub. This was because it was felt that this wasa game of chance and thus, due to the negativeconnotations associated with games of chance, thisgame was decided to be banned. Thus, FootAnakin, to prove it was rather a game of skill, andnot chance, he challenged a public court official tothe game and beat him fair and square, thus provinghis point. This was the turning point in the historyof this sport, and thus began its popularity. Whichgame?
  • 19These bruises are caused due to high speedcontact and the friction created due to the highspeed contact. What 8 letter word (or two 4letter words, however you like it), are thesebruises referred to as? (Image next slide)
  • 20The ESPN 30 for 30 documentary series aboutfamous sporting incidents and stories, features astory called “The 16th Man”. Who was the 16thman, referred to in this story?
  • 21If its,George Mikan for Basketball,Gordie Howe for Hockey, and,Joe Davis for Snooker,Then, who is it for Cricket?
  • 22A slang word for blood, it is also the color of thefootball kit of West Ham United. Thisword, also lends its name to a prestigioussporting trophy. What‟s the word?
  • 23Due to his mixed ethnicity, he calls himselfCablinasian – Caucasian, Black, (American)Indian and Asian. Who?
  • 24The “Real Deal” b-b-q sauces are a highly popularbrand of sauces sold across the United States ofAmerica for close to 20 years now. WhichAmerican sportsperson‟s image has been on thepackaging ever since the sauces have beenreleased in the market?
  • 25Canadian George Jonas‟ 1984book, Vengeance, was a bestseller. It has beenadapted for the movies twice, the first being a1986 movie called Sword of Gideon. This wasthe first of two movies inspired from the book.What was the second movie?
  • And you‟re done!Please check that you‟ve answered everything thatyou wanted to answer!Check team name and participant name.Answers, coming up!
  • Answers!
  • 1This European football club gets its name fromthe Roman Goddess of Youth, who‟s Greekequivalent is Hebe. But then again, the irony inthe teams name lies in its nickname. Which club?
  • AnswerJuventus.
  • 2Preceded and succeeded by Datta Gaekwad, hewas captain of India for one single test, whichIndia lost. In his second season of InternationalTest Cricket, he toured England and made 5ducks in 7 innings. Not many know about thesesmall facts about this cricketer, but we all knowfor him being involved in a cricketingachievement that lasted for 52 years. Who?
  • AnswerPankaj Roy
  • 3This piece of sporting equipment gets its namefrom ras al-yad (Arabic) which roughly translatesto palm of hand. Used in more than 1 sport, thesize of the equipment varies according to thesport. What?
  • AnswerRacket / Racquet
  • 4SYNOPSIS1. It has happened a total of 97 times in professionalcompetition.2. Steve Davis did it for the first time in 1982 and themost recent was by Dung Junhui on March16th, 2013.3. Steven Hendry and ____________ have achievedthis feat the most number of times – 11 times.Fill in the Blanks. Also, what sportingachievement? (Half points, going)
  • AnswerPerfect break of 147Ronnie O‟ Sullivan
  • 5An often attempted feat is to cover the route ofThe Land‟s End to John O‟Groats, by cycling.That‟s the traversal of the whole length of theisland of ______ _______ between twoextremities – Southwest and Northeast. Thedistance by is road is 874 Miles/1407 km andthe current records range between 41 hours to44 hours. Which Island?
  • AnswerGreat Britain
  • 6Which Olympic sport with 6 players in eachteam, requires the skills ofServe, Pass, Set, Attack, Block and Dig?
  • AnswerVolleyball(No points for Beach Volleyball, for obviousreasons)
  • 7In 1943, the Philadelphia Eagles and thePittsburgh Steelers merged as one team to beknown as the Steagles, because a lot of playerson each team were unavailable at that period.What was the reason for their absence?
  • AnswerEach of these teams had lost a big chunk of theirsquad due to military duties at World War II.
  • 8Its location is such that it is possible to play golfanytime of the day or night in full sunshineduring the golfing season. Also, this golf coursehas something that makes it very unique. So, justtell me what‟s unique about the Tornio GolfCourse(Clue: Image next slide)?
  • AnswerSituated in two countries: Sweden and Finland
  • 9#kolstylzThis sport has had only 2 Rajiv Gandhi KhelRatna Award recipients: Cdr. Homi. D. Motiwalaand Lt. Cdr. P.K. Garg. Which sport?
  • AnswerYachting
  • 10Fred Stabley Jr., a writer for the Lansing StateJournal in the early 70s, coined whatmoniker, when he saw a sophomore (grade 10equivalent) representing Lansing‟s Everett HighSchool – when he recorded a triple double of 18rebounds, 16 assists and 36 points?
  • Answer“Magic” Johnson
  • 11If all the batsmen of a cricket team were to bedismissed for nought off the first ballfaced, then what would be the position of thebatsman who is not out at the end of theinnings?
  • Answer8
  • 12Iconic Sports Photo of the 90s.1.ID the F1 track.2. F1 authorities did something special at thebeginning of the race. What?Image next slide.Half points going. Full answer needed to consideras a starred answer.
  • Answer1. Monaco, 19942. First row of grid left empty in memory ofSenna and Ratzenberger
  • 13His father, Clarence, represented United Provincesin the Ranji Trophy. He went on to play forEngland, and is believed to be the only personto have witnessed Lara‟s 501 and HanifMohammad‟s 499.
  • AnswerBob Woolmer
  • 14He suffered from chronic hand injuriesthroughout his career and was forced to work onthe docks and collect social assistance to feed hisfamily during the Great Depression. It was onlyin 1935, that he got a shot at the title of theWorld Heavyweight Championship against MaxBaer, in which he had an upset victory andretained the title till 1937.What nickname did he get for his comeback?
  • AnswerCinderella Man – James Braddock
  • 15This particular book part of a series was releasedin the year 1968 (to coincide with the MexicoCity Olympics). It was translated into English in1972 (to coincide with the Munich Olympics).The story satirizes performance enhancing drugusage in sports. A movie version of the bookwas released in 2008 (to coincide with theBeijing Olympics). Just name the book.
  • AnswerAsterix at the Olympic Games
  • 16This iconic race (image next slide) is a “first – of –a – kind” for two reasons. One involved all theparticipants in this race. And one was about acertain „achievement‟ of the winner. Tell me, forhalf points each:1. What is Reason #1?2. What is Reason #2 or the Winner.(Half Points)
  • Answer1. All participants in the final race were of color /no white athlete in the final.2. Broke the 10 sec mark / Jim Hines
  • 17He chose surgery as his profession although hewas a veteran in sailing and yachting. He wasalso a 3 time olympic veteran and was nationalchampion 16 times. He also represented hiscountry‟s Rugby Union team. Which olympian?
  • AnswerDr. Jacques Rogge – Olympic associationpresident
  • 18In 1908, a pub owner, Foot Anakin, was taken tocourt for allowing this sport/game to be practicedat his pub. This was because it was felt that this wasa game of chance and thus, due to the negativeconnotations associated with games of chance, thisgame was decided to be banned. Thus, FootAnakin, to prove it was rather a game of skill, andnot chance, he challenged a public court official tothe game and beat him fair and square, thus provinghis point. This was the turning point in the historyof this sport, and thus began its popularity. Whichgame?
  • Answer• Dart(s) Throwing
  • 19These bruises are caused due to high speedcontact and the friction created due to the highspeed contact. What 8 letter word (or two 4letter words, however you like it), are thesebruises referred to as? (Image next slide)
  • Answer• Road Rash/roadrash
  • 20The ESPN 30 for 30 documentary series aboutfamous sporting incidents and stories, features astory called “The 16th Man”. Who was the 16thman, referred to in this story?
  • AnswerNelson Mandela for inspiring the RSA Rugby teamof 1995
  • 21If its,George Mikan for Basketball,Gordie Howe for Hockey, and,Joe Davis for Snooker,Then, who is it for Cricket?
  • AnswerMichael Hussey - Mr. Cricket
  • 22A slang word for blood, it is also the color of thefootball kit of West Ham United. Thisword, also lends its name to a prestigioussporting trophy. What‟s the word?
  • AnswerClaret – Claret Jug being the trophy.
  • 23Due to his mixed ethnicity, he calls himselfCablinasian – Caucasian, Black, (American)Indian and Asian. Who?
  • AnswerTiger Woods
  • 24The “Real Deal” b-b-q sauces are a highly popularbrand of sauces sold across the United States ofAmerica for close to 20 years now. WhichAmerican sportsperson‟s image has been on thepackaging ever since the sauces have beenreleased in the market?
  • AnswerEvander “Real Deal” Holyfield
  • 25Canadian George Jonas‟ 1984book, Vengeance, was a bestseller. It has beenadapted for the movies twice, the first being a1986 movie called Sword of Gideon. This wasthe first of two movies inspired from the book.What was the second movie?
  • AnswerMunich (2005)
  • And you‟re done!Please check that you‟ve answered everything thatyou wanted to answer!Check team name and participant name.Answers, coming up!
  • Thank you!The top 8 teams shall be announced soon…
  • 1When ultra-marathoner Dean Karnazes‟ (almostnon stop) ran across the United States in2011, in a record breaking attempt, whatcinematic nickname did the media give him?
  • AnsForrest Gump
  • 2Although not taken seriously before thismatch, FIDE enforced this rule in a raredecision. Bulgaria‟s Ivan Cheparinov lost his 8thround game against Nigel Short because he“defaulted” in a certain manner. He defendedhimself saying, he did so because he felt insultedby Short earlier. Anyway, the game was playedagain, the following day, and Short won. Whatrule did he default on?
  • AnsHe refused to shake Short‟s hand
  • 3Spanish Paralympics team celebrating in the imagebelow because they won the Basketball Gold.Why were they later stripped off their goldmedal?
  • AnsIQ levels of a few athletes were more than80, although the average IQ was 80 thusdisqualying them (80 is the max limit to beallowed in Paralympics)
  • 4To be considered for induction into the EnglishFootball Hall of Fame, players/managers mustbe 30 years of age or older and haveplayed/managed for at least five years inEngland.But one of the inaugural inductees into the Hallof Fame doesn‟t satisfy the requirements andplayed football for only 4 years and 10 months.Who?
  • AnsDuncan Edwards
  • 5_____ 2.4 miles! _____ 112 miles! _____ 26.2miles! Brag for the rest of your life”Simply Fill in the blanks and what is thisdescribing?
  • AnsSwim, Cycle, RunIronman
  • 6This event took place at the University ofPennsylvania in 1980 which had participantsfrom USA, China, West Germany, Thailand and25 other nations. Which event was this?
  • AnsGoodwill Games
  • 7Sprinter Martin Glickman and Long Jumper andSprinter Sam Stoller travelled with the AmericanSquad to the 1936 Olympics, but did notparticipate at their respective events. In 1998though, the president of the US OlympicAssociation, presented them with two plaques.Why did the Association do so, 52 years later?
  • AnsThey were disallowed to participate in Germanysince they were Jews
  • 8Uwe Hohn‟s 1984 Javelin Record of 104.8metres, was broken in 1986 by Klaus Tafelmeierwith a throw of 85.74 metres.How was the record still considered broken?
  • AnsThe rules in dimensions of the Javelin changedbetween the 2 records
  • 9Italian, Lorenzo Amuruso played for Rangers from1997 – 2003. He chosen as captain by coachDick Advocaat, but due to his error in the UCL2000-01 season against Monaco, which Rangerslost, he lost his captaincy. Anyway, lots of oldRangers fans disliked it when he was chosen tobe captain and were delighted when he wassacked as captain. Why would the fans behave insuch a manner?
  • AnsHe was Catholic – Rangers is a Protestant Club
  • 10Significance?
  • AnsOfficial distance of the Modern OlympicMarathon was decided by this Route
  • 11Defensive midfielder, Massimo Bonini playedmore than 300 times for Juventus and Bologniafrom the early 80s to the early 90s. He is theonly player from his country to have won theEuropean Cup/Champions League. Whichcountry did he represent?
  • AnsSan Marino
  • 12Surprisingly enough, India has a national team inthis sport. The national team though, is made upof members of the Ladakh Scoutsregiment, Indo – Tibetan Border Police and afew athletes from Jammu and Kashmir. Whichsport?
  • Ans
  • 13He had a penchant for betting. So much so, that hewould go on to wager himself on winning the triplecrown of the Men‟s Singles, Doubles, and mixeddoubles championships at Wimbledon in 1939.After he gave up the game, he went on to puthimself through many more of such wagers inTennis, as well as diversifying into Golf. He wouldtrick unknowns into getting hustled, by placingweird wagers like playing the entire match with oneclub, or using a frying pan instead of a Tennisracquet. Who?
  • AnsBobby Riggs
  • 14From Bad Soden in Holland, to Passau inGermany, passing through Austria, and finallyreaching Budapest.From Hungary to Romania, and crossing over toBulgaria, at Vidin, watching the Lord of theRings trilogy along the way, finally crossing intoBulgaria via Calafat, being pulled over by thepolice for speeding. Finally, reaching thedestination, before the start of Return of theking. Who made this journey in April 2010?
  • AnsV. Anand
  • 15This island gained independence in 1974 from theBritish rule. With a population of 110,000, theyare hardly a football superpower. They missedout losing narrowly to Costa Rica, who in turnmissed out losing to Uruguay in a playoff. Thecapital city also hosted matches in the 2007World cup. Jason Roberts of Blackburn Roversis their most famous footballer, who, thoughhimself born in London, qualifies thru hisancestry. Who?
  • AnsGrenada
  • 16He was a world class triple jumper, and just likeEric Liddle, a devout Christian. So much so, thatalike Liddle, he also quit competing onSundays, a practice which he later abstainedfrom, started competing on Sundays. Whichlegendary athlete, having won pretty mucheverything that there is to win?
  • AnsJonathan Edwards
  • 17<video>
  • 18<audio>
  • 19<video>
  • 20“We don‟t take this too seriously, it‟s merely agame for us to test our fitness.”Alex Ferguson, controversially referring to what?
  • AnsFA Community Shield games
  • 21<video>
  • 22This was finally chosen among othercontenders, because the designer felt itrepresented the attributes in an athlete –resistance, tenacity and agility. What early 1970screation?
  • AnsMascot for 1972 Munich – the Daschund
  • 23This game gets its name from the french for „frog‟.But another story goes as to how it gets its nameis that the players tend to squat like toads whileplaying this game. Which game?
  • AnsCraps
  • 24What connects:1. Wanderers, Johannesburg2. Las Vegas Motor Speedway3. Court 1, Roland Garros4. Bristol Motor Speedway
  • AnsBullring
  • 25During the mid 19th century, women started todevelop an interest in golf. But, it was lookeddown upon for women to play golf becausepeople felt that it was not right for women toindulge in such physical labor required in teeingoff and chipping and so on. Therefore, what didthe women‟s club at St. Andrews thus develop?
  • AnsThe first Minigolf course
  • 26What is the name of the mascot of the 2012Superbowl Champions? (be specific)
  • AnsPoe
  • 27Paula Radcliffe‟s 2003 Marathon WR is 2minutes faster than her 2005 Marathon time.But, in 2011 the IAFF said that it would recordthe 2005 tie to be the WR. Anyway, after lots ofletter – writing and appeals, the IAFF decided tokeep her 2003 timing as the WR. For whatreason in the first place, did the IAFF notconsider the 2003 timings?
  • Ans(long story)
  • 28Lord Burghley, the 400m hurdles winner goldmedal winner at Antwerp 1928, was quoted heresaying, around 40 years later, “I thought theyhad hurt their hand.” What was he referring to?
  • AnsReferring to – the Black Power Salute
  • 29One of the few but prominent cricketing booksbefore Wisden was published by a cousin of anEnglish cricketer who is prominent in thehistory of English cricket. This cricketer (or hiscousin)‟s name is also associated with a footballteam in England. What name?
  • AnsLillywhite
  • 30If a chess player says jadoube, what is he about todo?
  • AnsWishes to adjust chess piece on the board whennot playing a move
  • 31Occuring annually on Patriot‟s Day, the thirdMonday of April, what starts at a place calledHopkinton and ends at Copley Square?
  • AnsBoston Marathon #tcq
  • 32Mohammed Ali said that he adopted what practicefrom Gorgeous George, who used this trashtechnique to draw fans to the venues in theirhopes to see him lose and thus be shut up?
  • AnsPredicting which round he would KO hisopponent before the game
  • 33Which matching card game in which the objectiveis to create melds of cards of the same rank andthen go out by discarding them is named afterthe Spanish word for basket?
  • AnsCanasta
  • 34What is the name of the prize for the fastestcircumnavigation of the world by any type ofyacht? It was first awarded to a yacht whichsailed around the world in 77 days.
  • AnsThe Jules Verne Award
  • 35Due to his mixed ethnicity, he calls himselfCablinasian – Caucasian, Black, (American)Indian and Asian. Who?
  • AnsTiger Woods
  • 36He actually got his name because his friendthought he resembled a hindu holy manwhenever he sat in the dugout, or while lookingsad after a losing game. Which sporting legendam I thus describing?
  • AnsYogi Berra
  • 37The 4 Deserts race that was recognized by Time asthe worlds leading endurance footrace takesplace in Gobi, Atacama, Sahara and what otherlocation?
  • AnsAntarctica
  • 38Camp Bonifas in Asia is a one-hole golfcourse, which Sports Illustrated calls – the mostdangerous hole in golf. Where in Asia is thisgolf course located?
  • AnsNorth Korea
  • 39<Video>
  • 40“There were no fears. I was practically a robot, Ifocused on my positioning and reaching thetarget. My feelings were taken from the peoplewho described to me how they saw it. What theyfelt, their emotions, their cries. This is whatmade me realize, what a moment actuallymeant.”Who‟s words?
  • AnsRebello on the 1992 Barcelona OpeningCeremony
  • 41After playing college basketball for the Villanovauniversity, Brian Lynch made a move to Europeplaying for the Antwerp diamond giants. Hebecame a father a couple of years back, but themother has garnered all the attention. So, who isBrian Lynch‟s better half?
  • AnsKim Clijsters
  • 42<Audio>
  • 43An opening batsman for Western Australia – hewas a member of Sheffield Shield winning teamsin 1972-73, 76-77 and 77-78. Anyway, herepresented his country 227 times and latercoached his country as well! A doctor byprofession, he served for a decade as an MP andwas NZ Cricket‟s performance manager for awhile as well. Who?
  • AnsRic Charlesworth
  • 44• Andabata• Bestiarius• Cestus• Dimachaerus• Hoplomachus• lorarius• Murmillo• Provocator• Retiarius• Rudiarus• Samnite• Scissor• Secutor• Thraex• Velites• VenatorIn ancient “sport”, what dothese 16 represent?
  • AnsTypes of Gladiators
  • 45<Audio>
  • 46Sava Stoisavljevic has come up with new codesfor the game:Sunglasses are allowed, but hats and flip flopsare not. Body Odour is not allowed. But mostcontroversial of the rules are the ones on theclothes worn - with respect to shirt and thebuttons of the shirt.Which sport/game?
  • AnsChess