Q1
 To make everyone happy,EASY one to kick off
 Who is the first person to score a double century in
ODI (50 over forma...
Answer
 Sachin Tendulkar
 Likhne wala ko milta hai...................................
Answer
 Belinda Clark
Q2. Funda??
Answer
 Branson made the bet with Fernandes at the launch
of Virgin Racing - now Marussia - agreeing that
whoever's team ...
*Q3
 Advertisers had this joke running around during
2012 Olympics about sports branding.
 One such ad stated “Although ...
Answer
*Q4
 In 1908 olympics, the marathon standard had been
set at exactly 26 miles. During Olympic marathon
here , it was deci...
Answer
 The race could finish in front of royal box of King
Edward VII so that they could get a clear view .
Q5
 Touch Play is the authorized biography of X, and is
possibly only the second biography of anyone in this
sport.
 The...
Answer
 Prakash Padukone
Q6.Gimme the blanked parts.
HINT
 The author is inventor of this art and the name of the
art contains a part of the name of the author.
Answer
 Sherlock Holmes,Professor Moriarty,Baritsu
Q7
 Connect and fill the question mark
Answer
 Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
 MOM in Worldcup Finals.
*Q8
The word is a modification of the form of the
word previously used in the sport and still used
in American version of ...
Answer
 Scrum
Q9
 The Printbox is a New York agency specializing in
promotional items--their most famous product is
made of either rubb...
Answer
*Q10
 The __________ is a weak opening because it develops
the white queen prematurely and subjects it to attack, and
dep...
Answer
 Napolean Bonaparte
Q11. Name the two holding techniques in table-
tennis.
Answer
 Pen grip and hand shake.
 This is a photo of basketball
legend Jerry West.
Why is this particular photo
significant?
Q12.
Answer
Q13
 X is a sport played all over the Indian subcontinent, as well
as Cambodia.
 X is known by various other names: it i...
Answer
 Gilli Danda
Q14
 The maximum allowable length of these is calculated
as the mean of the following: the length of the elbow
bone and t...
Answer
 Prosthetic limbs for athletes
Q15
 The Chelsea-Liverpool match on 21 April 2013
created a lot of controversy because of Luis Suarez
choosing to bite Br...
Answer
Q16
 In addition to a cash prize, the winner of this tournament is
presented with a X, formally awarded since 1949, and
i...
Answers
 X=Green Jacket
 Y=The Masters/US Masters.
Q17.Identify the
blanked out part.
Answer
Q18.
Answer
 Anti-gay legislation in Russia
Q19.
 X did not become an official Winter Olympic sport
until the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan despite it
being played b...
Curling
*Q20
This is a list containing a total of 361 entries. Here are a
few of them. The blanks represent a subset of this
list,...
Answer
 The list is about the 361 London Tube Stations that
were temporarily renamed after the athletes.
 The blank repr...
Q21
 What are they upto?
Answer
 Campaign to qualify squash as an event in the
2020 Olympic Games.
Q22
 Tatyana Vladimirovna Kotova , a Russian long
jumper.
 A bronze medalist at the 2000 and 2004 Summer
Olympics ,she a...
Answer
 Failed drug re-test hence giving Anju Bobby George
the gold at the 2005 World Athletics Finals
Q23
 In Bangkok, murals at Wat Phra Keow depict the
Hindu god Hanuman playing X in a ring with a troop
of monkeys. Other ...
Answer
 Sepak Takraw
*Q24
 X — which involves tumbling, dance, jumps, and stunting
— has been named the most dangerous of all sports. Even
tho...
Answer
*Q25
 The 1st World cup final of X was held in 1473 between
Flanders and Transylvania.The 422nd World Cup
Final of X was ...
Answer
 Quidditch.
Q26.
Answer
 Pikachu has been named Japan‟s official mascot for
the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and will be accompanied
by several ot...
 Why was this video prepared?
 or
 What did this video result into?
Answer
 2022 FIFA world cup Bid by Qatar.
Q28.
Answer
 Wimbledon 2010: John Isner bt Nicolas Mahut 6-4,
3-6, 6-7 (7), 7-6 (3), 70-68.
*Q 29.
Raumschach was
invented in 1907
by Dr. Ferdinand
Maack . He
founded a
Raumschach club
in Hamburg in
1919, which
rem...
Answer
*Q30.
 Roger Federer teamed up with Tommy Haas at the
Gerry Weber Open in Halle in 2013. They lost their
first round match. How...
Answer
 The rare and to my knowledge only instance when
Federer played without his trademark headband
since he started we...
Q31.Easy Name of the ball,PELEASE!!! & ya spelling does
matter
Answer
Q32.What is this green ring called?
Answer
 BULL
*Q33.Exhaustive lists of venues of what event?
 The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan South America and Transylvania
 Acapulco...
*Q34
 YouView is an IPTV television service formally
launched on 4July,2012 which is a joint venture of
BBC,Channel 4,Cha...
Answer
Q35
 Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of
Independent India visited Kerala in 1952. He was given a
roaring recep...
Answer
 Snake boat race
"Puck off" Sports quiz ,Quiz Week,NIT Silchar.Prelims with ans
"Puck off" Sports quiz ,Quiz Week,NIT Silchar.Prelims with ans
"Puck off" Sports quiz ,Quiz Week,NIT Silchar.Prelims with ans
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  1. 1. Q1  To make everyone happy,EASY one to kick off  Who is the first person to score a double century in ODI (50 over format) cricket?
  2. 2. Answer  Sachin Tendulkar  Likhne wala ko milta hai...................................
  3. 3. Answer  Belinda Clark
  4. 4. Q2. Funda??
  5. 5. Answer  Branson made the bet with Fernandes at the launch of Virgin Racing - now Marussia - agreeing that whoever's team finished the 2010 F1 season lower in the constructors' standings would serve as a stewardess on the other's airline. Branson lost as Lotus - now Caterham - finished 10th and Virgin 12th
  6. 6. *Q3  Advertisers had this joke running around during 2012 Olympics about sports branding.  One such ad stated “Although Adidas is the official apparel sponsor,Nike will feature in every event of every game”  Give funda..
  7. 7. Answer
  8. 8. *Q4  In 1908 olympics, the marathon standard had been set at exactly 26 miles. During Olympic marathon here , it was decided that an extra 385 yards will be added to the race .. From then on the distance of the Marathon remains to be "26 miles and 385 yards.Why was the distance increased by 385 yards????
  9. 9. Answer  The race could finish in front of royal box of King Edward VII so that they could get a clear view .
  10. 10. Q5  Touch Play is the authorized biography of X, and is possibly only the second biography of anyone in this sport.  The book was released on 11 January 2006 by X on the final day of the National Championships in his home city. This event was chosen as the last National Championships in the city were held in 1962, and was organised by X‟s father who was the pioneer of the sport in his state.  X was the first to achieve a „Grand Slam‟ in his sport.  Who is X?
  11. 11. Answer  Prakash Padukone
  12. 12. Q6.Gimme the blanked parts.
  13. 13. HINT  The author is inventor of this art and the name of the art contains a part of the name of the author.
  14. 14. Answer  Sherlock Holmes,Professor Moriarty,Baritsu
  15. 15. Q7  Connect and fill the question mark
  16. 16. Answer  Mahendra Singh Dhoni.  MOM in Worldcup Finals.
  17. 17. *Q8 The word is a modification of the form of the word previously used in the sport and still used in American version of it, which in turn derives from or is a reflex of "skirmish". The term was used in the laws of the game for a long time before being permanently contracted to its current form. What's the good word?
  18. 18. Answer  Scrum
  19. 19. Q9  The Printbox is a New York agency specializing in promotional items--their most famous product is made of either rubber or silicone and more than 70 million units have been sold across the world—and in every continent except Antarctica or so they claim. What do they produce?
  20. 20. Answer
  21. 21. *Q10  The __________ is a weak opening because it develops the white queen prematurely and subjects it to attack, and deprives the white kingside knight of its best development square.By comparison, the Wayward Queen Attack is more forcing and stronger.  Named after _____________, who had a deep love for chess but was said to have been a mediocre player.The name has also been said to have been a slighting reference to his empress and her scandalous infedelities, hence____________‟s inability to keep his Queen at home.
  22. 22. Answer  Napolean Bonaparte
  23. 23. Q11. Name the two holding techniques in table- tennis.
  24. 24. Answer  Pen grip and hand shake.
  25. 25.  This is a photo of basketball legend Jerry West. Why is this particular photo significant? Q12.
  26. 26. Answer
  27. 27. Q13  X is a sport played all over the Indian subcontinent, as well as Cambodia.  X is known by various other names: it is called alak-doulak in Persian, Iti-Dakar in Sindhi, Lappa-Duggi in Pashto and Kon ko in khmer, the Cambodian language.  There are no records of the game's origin in the South Asia or of its existence before the arrival of Europeans. However a similar game known as Lippa has a history of being played in Italy and southern Europe and Tip-cat which was played in the UK.  X?
  28. 28. Answer  Gilli Danda
  29. 29. Q14  The maximum allowable length of these is calculated as the mean of the following: the length of the elbow bone and the distance from the top of the chest, near the throat to the middle finger when the arms are stretched out. Despite the prescribed calculations, allegations during the 2012 Olympics have ignited speculation that the length ought to be measured prior to competitions. Length for what?
  30. 30. Answer  Prosthetic limbs for athletes
  31. 31. Q15  The Chelsea-Liverpool match on 21 April 2013 created a lot of controversy because of Luis Suarez choosing to bite Branislav Ivanovic instead of playing football.  This led to a famous person following Suarez on Twitter and he had this to say: "He (Suarez) bit someone, it happens. I am sure he will make amends with this guy. I made amends with _____ and we got on with our lives."  Who was this?
  32. 32. Answer
  33. 33. Q16  In addition to a cash prize, the winner of this tournament is presented with a X, formally awarded since 1949, and informally acquired by the champions for many years before that. The X is the official attire worn by members of Augusta National while on the club grounds; each Y winner becomes an honorary member of the club. Winners keep their X for the first year after their first victory, then return it to the club to wear whenever they visit. The tradition began in 1949, when Sam Snead won his first of three Y titles.  The X is only allowed to be removed from Augusta National by the reigning champion, after which it must remain at the club. Exceptions to this rule include Gary Player, who in his joy of winning mistakenly took his X home to South Africa after his 1961 victory .ID X AND Y.
  34. 34. Answers  X=Green Jacket  Y=The Masters/US Masters.
  35. 35. Q17.Identify the blanked out part.
  36. 36. Answer
  37. 37. Q18.
  38. 38. Answer  Anti-gay legislation in Russia
  39. 39. Q19.  X did not become an official Winter Olympic sport until the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan despite it being played by the Scots, in the early 16th century using worn out brooms and shaped river stones. Id X.
  40. 40. Curling
  41. 41. *Q20 This is a list containing a total of 361 entries. Here are a few of them. The blanks represent a subset of this list, which is an exhaustive list. What is this list about and FITB.  Stratford - Michael Phelps and Muhammad Ali  Aldgate- Jesse Owens  Paddington- Lionel Messi  Liverpool Street- Carl Lewis  West Ham- Emil Zatopek  Watford Junction- ____________  Watford High Street -______________  Bushey- ____________
  42. 42. Answer  The list is about the 361 London Tube Stations that were temporarily renamed after the athletes.  The blank represent the only Indians in the list  Dhyand Chand  Roop Singh  Leslie Claudius
  43. 43. Q21  What are they upto?
  44. 44. Answer  Campaign to qualify squash as an event in the 2020 Olympic Games.
  45. 45. Q22  Tatyana Vladimirovna Kotova , a Russian long jumper.  A bronze medalist at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics ,she also has 3 consecutive silver‟s to her name in the World Championships.  Why was she in the news sometime in the beginning of 2013? (Specific answer needed)
  46. 46. Answer  Failed drug re-test hence giving Anju Bobby George the gold at the 2005 World Athletics Finals
  47. 47. Q23  In Bangkok, murals at Wat Phra Keow depict the Hindu god Hanuman playing X in a ring with a troop of monkeys. Other historical accounts mention the game earlier during the reign of King Naresuan of Ayutthaya. The game remained in its circle form for hundreds of years, and the modern version of X began taking shape in Thailand sometime during early 1740s. In 1866 the Siam Sports Association drafted the first rules for X. Four years later, the association introduced the Y-style net and held the first public contest.Gimme X
  48. 48. Answer  Sepak Takraw
  49. 49. *Q24  X — which involves tumbling, dance, jumps, and stunting — has been named the most dangerous of all sports. Even though through the years ,safety efforts have led to fewer mishaps, a new report suggests that the sport still continues to cause more serious and deadly injuries than other sports. The researchers behind this study have found from records between 1982 and 2007, that there were 103 fatal, disabling or serious injuries recorded among female athletes, with the vast majority (67) occurring in X. The next most dangerous sports: gymnastics (nine such injuries) and track (seven).The National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill released its 26th annual report on the topic. Id X.
  50. 50. Answer
  51. 51. *Q25  The 1st World cup final of X was held in 1473 between Flanders and Transylvania.The 422nd World Cup Final of X was held on 22nd August, 1994 in England between Ireland and Bulgaria to a capacity crowd of a hundred thousand. Ireland won the match defeating Bulgaria 170-160. A terrorist attack (sort of) ensued right after the match ended. Which sport am I talking about?
  52. 52. Answer  Quidditch.
  53. 53. Q26.
  54. 54. Answer  Pikachu has been named Japan‟s official mascot for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and will be accompanied by several other notable Pokemon, including Charmander, Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Chespin, and more.
  55. 55.  Why was this video prepared?  or  What did this video result into?
  56. 56. Answer  2022 FIFA world cup Bid by Qatar.
  57. 57. Q28.
  58. 58. Answer  Wimbledon 2010: John Isner bt Nicolas Mahut 6-4, 3-6, 6-7 (7), 7-6 (3), 70-68.
  59. 59. *Q 29. Raumschach was invented in 1907 by Dr. Ferdinand Maack . He founded a Raumschach club in Hamburg in 1919, which remained active until World War II. How do we know Raumschach in popular culture ?
  60. 60. Answer
  61. 61. *Q30.
  62. 62.  Roger Federer teamed up with Tommy Haas at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle in 2013. They lost their first round match. However, something else caught the media‟s attention and got more coverage than their defeat. What?
  63. 63. Answer  The rare and to my knowledge only instance when Federer played without his trademark headband since he started wearing it.
  64. 64. Q31.Easy Name of the ball,PELEASE!!! & ya spelling does matter
  65. 65. Answer
  66. 66. Q32.What is this green ring called?
  67. 67. Answer  BULL
  68. 68. *Q33.Exhaustive lists of venues of what event?  The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan South America and Transylvania  Acapulco and England French Riviera and New Zealand  Florida and China New Orleans and Atlantis  The Sahara Desert and Scotland Morocco and Washington, D.C  France and Australia Canada and Warsaw, Poland  Athens, Greece and the Ozarks Siam and the Moon  Italy and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina New York and Turkey  Egypt and Sherwood Forest Russia and the Caribbean  Spain and the Himalayas  India and Israel  Africa and San Francisco  The Grand Canyon and Ireland  Hawaii and Norway  North Pole and Tahiti  Arizona and Holland  Quebec and Baghdad
  69. 69. *Q34  YouView is an IPTV television service formally launched on 4July,2012 which is a joint venture of BBC,Channel 4,Channel 5 and ITV.As part of its promotion,a poll was taken to recognise “Moments that changed TV forever”.  Which moment from 2012 topped this list? BE SPECIFIC
  70. 70. Answer
  71. 71. Q35  Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of Independent India visited Kerala in 1952. He was given a roaring reception by the people of Alleppey, escorted by the X. Having gone through the tremendous excitement of sailing in a X, Jawaharlal Nehru donated a rolling trophy to be awarded to the winner of the race. The trophy is a replica of a X in silver, placed on wooden abacus on which the following words are inscribed “ To the winner of the X race which is a unique feature of community life in Travancore-Cochin.  ID X
  72. 72. Answer  Snake boat race

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