Mind Palace Sports quiz finals 2014 at LDCE

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This is the finals of the sports quiz conducted by Mind Palace at L.D.College of Engineering in april 2014.

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Mind Palace Sports quiz finals 2014 at LDCE

  1. 1. The Sports Quiz L.D.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
  2. 2.  SRIKANT NAIR (LIVERPOOL FAN)  PARMAR(BARCELONA FAN)  PREETHAVIJAYAN(A GIRLWHOWATCHES SPORTS OCASSIONALLY)!!!
  3. 3. +10 ONTHE BOUNCE +10/-10 ONTHE POUNCE INFINITE POUNCE PERTEAM
  4. 4.  Dit Clapper (1947)  Maurice Richard (1961)  Ted Lindsay (1966)  Red Kelly (1969)  Terry Sawchuk(1971)  Jean Beliveau (1972)  Gordie Howe (1972)  Bobby Orr(1979)  Mario Lemieux (1997)  Wayne Gretzky (1999).
  5. 5.  The players of NHL can be inducted into the Hall of Fame only after they have retired for 3 years. But these 10 players were inducted into the Hall of Fame before 3 years after their retirement.
  6. 6.  The word ‘X’ is used in the name of a famous championship played in North America. However, football fans know about the word ‘X’, as a landmark which is used to divide the stadiums of the Merseyside clubs, Liverpool and Everton. X is also the name of the 6th governor general of Canada.
  7. 7.  The 2008 Singapore grand prix involved and incident called crash gate, where 2 drivers were involved.They were team mates, one of them crashed in order to provide a sporting advantage to his team mate.The team mate who gained the advantage was Fernando Alonso, name the other team mate, who also happens to be a son of former world champion.
  8. 8.  X andY are a couple.They both play “similar” sports. X ,the husband, who has 1 olympic,1 world championship and 2 indoor world championships.Y, the wife, she however has only silver medal in theWC to her name.They belong to different countries.
  9. 9. • The playing surface is a rectangular area , carefully prepared to be as flat and level as possible, 146 to 150 feet (45 to 46 m) in length by 14.5 to 16.5 feet (4.4 to 5.0 m) in width. The shorter borders of the surface are called the "backboards". Because of the elongated shape, several surfaces may be laid out side by side in the same arena, allowing multiple games to be played simultaneously.
  10. 10.  Alex Hales hit 11 fours and six sixes in his 64- ball innings scoring 116 to , against Sri Lanka in theT20 world Cup. He became the first English man to score a century in internationalT20. Previously, 2 English players had scored 99, both in the year 2012. One was Hales himself.  Who was the other one?
  11. 11.  The Sialkot match The teams moved to Sialkot for the second ODI.Gavaskar had pulled out of the match, which meant that Amarnath would lead India for the only time in his career. Zaheer won the toss and put India in. For once Patil was reduced to a spectator asVengsarkar dominated the Pakistan attack. Runs came thick and fast;Vengsarkar was particularly harsh onTauseef Ahmed and Naqqash, and when Naved Anjum was brought on, 10 runs were taken of his first over. The pair added 143 before Patil was bowled by Naqqash for an 83-ball 59. Amarnath held himself back and promoted Shastri;Vengsarkar eventually fell short of a well-deserved hundred, finishing unbeaten on a 102-ball 94. India finished their scheduled 40 overs. But the match was immediately called off, as was the tour (which included the third ODI at Peshawar and the thirdTest at Karachi).The squad returned to India.
  12. 12. The Quotes Round
  13. 13.  The quotes by sports personality will be shown  Id the sports personality  +5 for every correct answer per slide  If all the answers are correct then +25 (+5 Bonus) = +30 marks will be given  No negative marking  No part points
  14. 14.  Pressure is always a part of a racing driver's life, but my father helped me a lot on my way to becoming a F1 driver.
  15. 15.  When I die, don’t bring me to the hospital. Take me to Anfield, I was born here and will die here.
  16. 16.  Some people think that if their opponent plays a beautiful game, it's okay to lose. I don't.You have to be merciless.
  17. 17.  Look, I'm a coach, I'm not Harry Potter. He is magical, but in reality there is no magic. Magic is fiction and football is real.
  18. 18.  As long as I'm in great shape, nobody beats me, for sure.
  19. 19.  Pressure is always a part of a racing driver's life, but my father helped me a lot on my way to becoming a F1 driver.
  20. 20.  Pressure is always a part of a racing driver's life, but my father helped me a lot on my way to becoming a F1 driver.
  21. 21.  When I die, don’t bring me to the hospital. Take me to Anfield, I was born here and will die here.
  22. 22.  When I die, don’t bring me to the hospital. Take me to Anfield, I was born here and will die here.
  23. 23.  Some people think that if their opponent plays a beautiful game, it's okay to lose. I don't.You have to be merciless.
  24. 24.  Some people think that if their opponent plays a beautiful game, it's okay to lose. I don't.You have to be merciless.
  25. 25.  Look, I'm a coach, I'm not Harry Potter. He is magical, but in reality there is no magic. Magic is fiction and football is real.
  26. 26.  Look, I'm a coach, I'm not Harry Potter. He is magical, but in reality there is no magic. Magic is fiction and football is real.
  27. 27.  As long as I'm in great shape, nobody beats me, for sure.
  28. 28.  As long as I'm in great shape, nobody beats me, for sure.
  29. 29. +10 ONTHE BOUNCE +10/-10 ONTHE POUNCE INFINITE POUNCE PERTEAM
  30. 30.  The 1908 Olympics Games in London became known as the Olympics where communication was incredibly poor. Because the Imperial Russian OlympicTeam arrived in London 12 days too late for the games.  What was the reason?
  31. 31.  Europe was using the Gregorian calendar at that time and Russia was using the Julian calendar.  Both having difference of 10 days.
  32. 32.  According to Encyclopædia Britannica, X was first played in Persia (Iran) at dates given from the 6th century BC to the 1st century AD. But the modern game, though formalized and popularized by the British, is derived from Manipur where the game was known as 'Sagol Kangjei’.The oldest X ground in the world is the Imphal X Ground in Manipur State.The first X club was established in the town of Silchar in Assam, India, in 1834.
  33. 33. One of the most closest Races in the history Of swimming was the 100m butterfly at 2008 Beijing Olympics.The man on the left is Phelps. He came first in the race, however, it was alleged that the guy on The right in the image Touched the wall first.
  34. 34.  This year’s Laureus Breakthough of the year was awarded to a 20 year old from Spain, who won the world championship in his sport. Apparently, he has also won the world championship in 3 different forms of the sport.
  35. 35.  TheWimbledon is a 2-week tournament, and the “Middle Sunday” is usually a rest day. However, there has been a “People’s Sunday” on 3 occasions,1991, 1997 and 2004.  What exactly is this “People’s Sunday”?
  36. 36.  Rain has forced play on the Middle Sunday three times, in 1991, 1997 and 2004. On each of these occasions,Wimbledon staged a "People's Sunday", with unreserved seating and readily available, inexpensive tickets, allowing those with more limited means to sit on the show courts. If the tournament is not completed by the end of the second Sunday, all remaining matches are postponed until "People's Monday".
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  38. 38.  At the 2006 Commonwealth Games,Ohuruogu missed out on a gold medal due to a mix-up caused by other members of her team. She ran the final leg in the 4 x 400 m relay for England, where the team finished over a second ahead of Australia, with Ohuruogu pulling away at the end. However after the race the Australians were awarded the gold medal, after they protested that the English team had breached IAAF Rule 170 earlier in the race. Australian winner Jana Pittman offered the England team her gold medal, stating "They set the fastest time of the day and England are the winners of the race".
  39. 39.  Athletes, before receiving and/or after handing over the baton, should keep in their lanes or maintain position until the course is clear to avoid obstruction to other athletes.
  40. 40.  _____:The Inside Story of the BoyWho Became a Legend  _______:The Obsession for Perfection  ______: An Intimate Portrait OfThe KidWho Became King  ______:The Making of theWorld's Greatest New Number 10
  41. 41. The Record Breaking Round
  42. 42.  The venue and date of the sport is given  You have to identify that which record was broken on that date at that place  +5 for every correct answer  If all the answers are correct then +25 (+5 Bonus) = +30 marks will be given  No negative marking
  43. 43. Donestk, Ukraine
  44. 44. London, United Kingdom [hint given: middle distance running, mens]
  45. 45. Berlin, Germany
  46. 46. Rome, Italy Hint: again middle distance, men’s
  47. 47. Zurich, Switzerland Hint: Field event, long standing record
  48. 48.  Renaud Lavillenie sets PoleVaultWorld Record of 6.16m
  49. 49. London, United Kingdom
  50. 50.  David Rudisha Breaking the 800m record
  51. 51. Berlin, Germany
  52. 52.  Usain Bolt – 100m
  53. 53. Rome, Italy
  54. 54.  Hicham El Guerrouj – 1500m
  55. 55. Zurich, Switzerland
  56. 56.  Yelena Isinbayeva – PoleVault
  57. 57. Every team can attempt on each of the slide…
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