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Spent elims with answers

  1. 1. The Third Eye Welcomes you to the Sports and Entertainment QuizEliminations
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  3. 3. The Rules 25 Questions / 30 points 5 Star Questions – 2 Answers so 2 points each All other questions have 1 point each No Negatives In case of tie, those with more star questions correct go through Still a tie? The team with earliest answer wrong is eliminated Please write Team Name / Team Number with your contact details DO NOT WRITE COLLEGE NAME PLEASE GIVE ANSWERS IN BOLD CAPITAL LETTERS
  4. 4. QUESTION-1 What is held annually on Epsom Downs, England for 3 year olds?
  5. 5. Answer 1 The Derby
  6. 6. Question 2 Where would you find this?
  7. 7. Answer 2 GTA Universe, LOS SANTOS
  8. 8. Question 3 Sweden added ‘X’ verb to their national dictionary. The word means an outlandishly talented action, coined by Les Gugnols (a puppet show). An outlandishly talented footballer shares a name with this verb, what verb?
  9. 9. Answer 3 To, Zlatan
  10. 10. Question 4 Little lord ‘X’ is the name of the first book written by English playwright and author Frances Hodgson Burnett. X also happens to be Disney’s Donald Duck’s middle name. What is X?
  11. 11. Answer 4 Fauntleroy
  12. 12. Question 5 Who is this veteran Indian politician from Indian National Congress, parliamentarian and a cricket administrator? A Former Union minister and president of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) (1982–1985), he was instrumental in bringing the Cricket World Cup outside England and to the Indian subcontinent in 1987. He passed away in April last year. His name was often repeated from 26th to 29th September 2013.
  13. 13. Answer 5 N K P Salve / Challenger Trophy
  14. 14. Question 6 Who would you associate with these statements? – – – – – – I will not waste chalk. I will not instigate a revolution. I will not yell “Fire” in a crowded classroom. I will not trade pants with others. I will not sell school property. I will not belch the National Anthem.
  15. 15. Answer 6 Bart Simpson
  16. 16. Question 7 Jujitsu is a Japanese martial art and a method of close combat for defeating an armed and armoured opponent in which one uses no weapon or only a short weapon. What weapon does the martial art form Tessen jutsu use?
  17. 17. Answer 7 The Japanese War Fan (Tessen)
  18. 18. Question 8 What double worded term are we talking about? – In "Kaun Banega Crorepati", it is a type of lifeline. – In the TV series "Seinfeld", it is a social and eating faux pas committed by George Costanza in the episode "The Implant". – This term can also be found in meteorology, in taxation, and in politics. However, if you've seen it in 2011, it's probably to do with fears of a recession in the Western world
  19. 19. Answer 8 Double DIP
  20. 20. Question 9 Identify this sport. While no one definitively knows the origins of the game, some historians guess that it derives from a ninth-century Tartar ritual. Here are the steps: – – – – – Kill your enemy Lop the head off his corpse Fix his head to a rope, then the rope to a pole Pick up a stick Let the fun begin
  21. 21. Answer 9 Tetherball
  22. 22. Question 10 Why are these lines even more so important in the recent past “It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll. I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.”
  23. 23. Answer 10 Invictus
  24. 24. Question 11** The first name of the 5 time European cup (Champions League) winner is ‘X’ an indication of the region the city or the club belongs to, but it also has the alternative name which is more common and often are referred to as ‘Y’. ‘Y’ also appears in the name of the automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded in 1916. This organization has its headquarters is in the same city as the club? Identify XY.
  25. 25. Answer 11 X= Bayern, Y= Bavaria
  26. 26. Question 12** Eric Atkins of the United States designed the logo for an organization through a contest that received 2500 entries from 1500 participants across the globe. This logo was revealed in the Asia Cup 2012, during the India vs. Pakistan match on Sunday, March 18, 2012. Which company and what logo?
  27. 27. Answer 12 MICROMAX, THE PUNCH
  28. 28. Question 13** The boy in the pic below is called Prithvi Shaw. What did he achieve on the 19h November 2013 (or thereabouts) and in which tournament?
  30. 30. Question 14** Her biggest achievement till last year was a BAFTA nomination in 1959. However, last year, she shot into the limelight with 12 awards and 14 nominations. She achieved the distinction of becoming the oldest actress to ever have been nominated for Best Actress at the Academy. Who was it? Which movie are we talking about?
  31. 31. Answer 14 EMMANUELLE RIVA – 86 YEARS OLD – AMOUR
  32. 32. Question 15** Cinecittà (Italian for Cinema City) is a large film studio in Rome that is considered the hub of Italian cinema. It was founded in 1937 by X, his son Vittorio, and his head of cinema Luigi Freddi for propaganda purposes of Y, under the slogan "Il cinema è l'armapiù forte" (Cinema is the most powerful weapon). X himself inaugurated the studios on April 21st, 1937, which is also the alleged anniversary of the founding of Rome. It later played host to classics such as Ben-Hur & Cleopatra.
  33. 33. Answer 15 Benito Mussolini / Fascism
  34. 34. Question 16 This sport has 2 types. Sanjeevani and Gaminee. The former follows a simple “one out one in” rule. The latter follows a system of “Lonas”. A team that gets seven “Lonas” wins. Which sport am I talking about?
  35. 35. Answer 16 Kabaddi
  36. 36. Question 17 In the recently released movie BESHARAM, Ranbir Kapoor’s character is called Babli. He is a car thief. He drives a Mahindra 4 x 4 Classic. What is the name that is stickered below the windshield of the Classic? Of course workout able.
  37. 37. Answer 17 Rockstar
  38. 38. Question 18 Which Olympic medalist’s sports foundation runs an academy in Pune called "Gun for Glory"?
  39. 39. Answer 18 Gagan Narang
  40. 40. Question 19 Gankutsuou (meaning Ruler of the Cave) is an anime adaptation of a famous novel, told from the perspectives of secondary characters of the novel, such as Albert de Morcerf. The story begins when he is kidnapped and rescued by a mysterious stranger, after which he introduces the stranger to his family and friends. Which novel are we talking about?
  41. 41. Answer 19 The Count Of Monte Cristo
  42. 42. Question 20 In the modern game Road Rash the biking often passes through a hilly region in the Western part of a country (USA). The name of that mountain range also exists in another country. Name the mountain range and the country.
  43. 43. Answer 20 Sierra Nevada and Spain
  44. 44. Question 21 Name this band
  45. 45. Answer 21
  46. 46. Question 22 Identify this man from the world of chess.
  47. 47. Answer 22 Arpad Elo / The ELO System
  48. 48. Question 23 This author is famous for words like snozzcucumbers, slushbungle and thingalingaling. Name him.
  49. 49. Answer 23 Roald Dahl
  50. 50. Question 24 Identify this marvel comic villain with an Indian Touch
  51. 51. Answer 24 Doctor Bong
  52. 52. Question 25 Wiki says “He is now a successful businessman and an ordained Christian minister who has his own church.” Who’s this?
  53. 53. Answer 25 George Foreman