XIMB Quizzing League

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XIMB Quizzing League

  1. 1. XQUIZZITE INFORMAL SESSION Sports Quiz Hosts : Abhishek Sinha & Aalekh Bhatt 15/1/2014
  2. 2. Round 1 : SportORama Rules:  2 sets of 12 questions  12 different sports covered in each set  Infinite Pounce  +10 for direct and pass  -10 for incorrect answer after pounce 
  3. 3. Round 2 : Spo(r)tify! Rules:  8 visual (video) questions  Questions based on the video you see  Infinite Pounce  +10 for direct and pass  -10 for incorrect answer after pounce 
  4. 4. Spo(r)tify! – Question 1 ANSWER
  5. 5. Spo(r)tify! – Question 2 ANSWER
  6. 6. Spo(r)tify! – Question 3 ANSWER
  7. 7. Spo(r)tify! – Question 4 ANSWER
  8. 8. Spo(r)tify! – Question 5 ANSWER
  9. 9. Spo(r)tify! – Question 6 ANSWER
  10. 10. Spo(r)tify! – Question 8 ANSWER
  11. 11. Round 3 : I Am the Game! Rules:  8 questions  „Who/What Am I‟ type questions?  Infinite Pounce  +10 for direct and pass  -10 for incorrect answer after pounce 
  12. 12. I Am the Game! – Question 1  Who is the only player to win the Champions League, UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, Premiership, FA Cup, Community Shield and an Olympic gold medal? ANSWER
  13. 13. I Am the Game! – Question 2 ANSWER
  14. 14. I Am the Game! – Question 3 Affectionately known as the "Auld Mug", this is a trophy awarded to the winner of match races between two Ys. One Y, known as the defender, represents the Y club that currently holds X and the second Y, known as the challenger, represents the Y club that is challenging for the cup. Identify X? ANSWER
  15. 15. I Am the Game! – Question 4 Connect the following three footballers to something very unique that they have done. ANSWER
  16. 16. I Am the Game! – Question 5 X is one of the captains of his nation in his chosen field of sport. However, judging by his records, he could have chosen among many other sports and still excelled. His statistics include a scratch handicap in golf, the holder of school level swimming records in his country and member of the junior national hockey team to name a few. X and a friend, Ampie du Preez released the motivational song „Show Them Who You Are‟. This song became the anthem of the his team‟s rise to victory against their arch ANSWER rivals.
  17. 17. I Am the Game! – Question 6 What is his claim to fame? Hint : He is the first and only person to win something for his country. ANSWER
  18. 18. I Am the Game! – Question 7 Name the missing player  Cristiano Ronaldo (2009)  Hamit Altintop (2010)  ____________ (2011)  Miroslav Stoch (2012) ANSWER
  19. 19. I Am the Game! – Question 8 ANSWER
  20. 20. Round 4 : Together we Win! Rules:  Long connect type question  5 questions in all  +10 for each clue  +50/-25 for theme after first clue, +40/20 for theme after second clue and so on…  No negatives after answers are revealed  One team can try the theme as many times as they want (once per clue) 
  21. 21. Together we Win! – Question +50/-25 1 Characteristics: A street circuit with a combination of fast straights and tight corners. It is recognized as one of the most challenging circuits in the world. Length: 3.8 miles (6.2 km) Minimum width: 22.8 feet (7 m) Laps Circuit length 6.120 km (3.803 mi) Race length 91.800 km (57.042 mi) Number of times held 59 First held 1954 Most wins (drivers) ANSWER 15 John MacDonald (4) Most wins (constructors) Dallara (21)
  22. 22. Together we Win! – Question +40/-20 2 ANSWER
  23. 23. Together we Win! – Question +30/-15 3 ANSWER
  24. 24. Together we Win! – Question +20/-10 4 ANSWER
  25. 25. Together we Win! – Question +10/-5 5 ANSWER
  26. 26. This football club was founded as ___ Cricket and Football Club on 16 December 1899 by English expatriates Alfred Edwards and Herbert Kilpin. The club has spent its entire history, with the exception of the 1980–81 and 1982–83 seasons, in the top flight of its country‟s football league. Its home ground is one of the most iconic stadiums of world football. They have won their national league a total of 18 times, the second highest in their country. Which club am I talking about? ANSWER BACK…
  27. 27. What is common to the nicknames of Paavo Nurmi and Fanny Blankers Koen? ANSWER BACK…
  28. 28. In the ill-fated 1994 San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, the Formula One world lost two drivers, Ronald Ratzenberger in qualifying and the legendary Ayrton Senna during the race. However, there was another driver who suffered a near fatal crash in Friday practice when his car hit the wall in Variente Bassa, turning him upside down. He swallowed his tongue, blocking his airway. The quick work of a track marshal thankfully saved his life. Who are we talking about? ANSWER BACK…
  29. 29. Only four countries have won the Uber Cup since its inception in 1956; three of them are Japan, China and Indonesia. Name the fourth. ANSWER BACK…
  30. 30. Which tennis tournament is named after the stadium it is played in, which in turn is named after a World War 1 pilot? ANSWER BACK…
  31. 31. By what name is the former „Auckland Circus Gardens‟ known today? ANSWER BACK…
  32. 32. Established in 1829, X is the oldest golf club outside The United Kingdom and the second oldest outside Scotland. It used to host the Indian Open golf tournament alternately with the Delhi Golf Club from 1974 to 1996, after which it hosted the tournament four times in a row from 1996-1999, which incidentally was also the last time the Indian Open was held at this venue. Arjun Atwal was the winner in the last event. S.S.P. Chowrasia is a member, his father was a garden-keeper here and S.S.P. himself started off as a caddie here? Identify X. ANSWER BACK…
  33. 33. X is an Indian businessman, engineer, author, speaker and philanthropist. X is the founder and CEO of TIBCO, a multi-billion dollar realtime computing company, and is credited with digitizing Wall Street in the 1980s with his first company, Teknekron Software Systems. X is also the leader of the ownership group for the Sacramento Kings in the NBA. Identify X. ANSWER BACK…
  34. 34. ANSWER BACK…
  35. 35. Who holds the record for the most consecutive wins in Chess? ANSWER BACK…
  36. 36. X is known as the „Maradona‟ of hockey. He is the only player in history of Field Hockey to win two consecutive player of the tournament awards in the hockey world cup. Identify X. ANSWER BACK…
  37. 37. Affectionately called „Sachin Tendulkar of Indian Volleyball‟, he led the India Volleyball team in the 2006 Doha Asian Games and the title winning campaign in the 2010 South Asian Games in Dhaka. Identify. ANSWER BACK…
  38. 38. I refer to a particular body of the English Premier League. This body meets on an adhoc basis, roughly 3 to 4 times a season. The body comprises three former players or officials whose identity is kept secret to protect itself from undue influence and maintain impartiality. Despite this, some have suggested that the panel is influenced by not-altogether-impartial tabloid journalists and other media pundits. Which panel am I talking about? ANSWER BACK…
  39. 39. A Nike ad featuring X with the tagline “I am the bullet in the chamber” has been removed from the athlete‟s website. Who is he and why was it done? ANSWER BACK…
  40. 40. ANSWER BACK…
  41. 41. Denmark's Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen won an Olympic gold medal in the men's singles event in the1996 Atlanta Olympics. What was and remains unique about this feat? ANSWER BACK…
  42. 42. X once said, “No one cares about the Davis Cup. How many people know I won five Davis Cups and seven majors, but that I rarely played the Australian Open?...... Maybe I should have played two more Australians and two less Davis Cups? I could have had more majors and still have three Davis Cups when most people don‟t have one”. Who is he? ANSWER BACK…
  43. 43. What has been blacked out taken in this picture taken on 15th December, 2013 during the third Ashes test? ANSWER BACK…
  44. 44. This course was formally opened in 1933. It‟s designer, Alister Mackenzie, tragically died a few months before the first tournament was played at this venue. This venue hosts the same afore-mentioned event to this date. This end of this event is characterized by a ceremonial gesture, which according to many golfers, is what they dream of achieving in their careers. What is the gesture and which event are we talking about? ANSWER BACK…
  45. 45. Who is the all-time leading scorer in NBA history? ANSWER BACK…
  46. 46. The Rugby World Cup winners are awarded the William Webb Ellis Cup. Who was William Webb Ellis? ANSWER BACK…
  47. 47. The first version of X was invented by Thomas Wilson in1883. Prior to that, Ys were used. Ys were first used in London in 1862. The present day version of X was first perfected by Veenhoff in 1900. The first electronic X was manufactured in Kiev in 1964. What am I talking about? ANSWER BACK…
  48. 48. 1972 Olympic field hockey final between Pakistan and West Germany is considered to be one of the most controversial events in Olympics history. Why? ANSWER BACK…
  49. 49. Led by stars Mireya Luis and Regla Torres, which country beat the „Unified Team‟, made up of the remnants of the Soviet Union, a major force in volleyball before its collapse, in the 1992 Olympics and went on to create a record for most consecutive wins by winning the 1996 and 2000 women‟s volleyball events as well? ANSWER BACK…
  50. 50. Answers
  51. 51. ANSWER : AC Milan BACK…
  52. 52. ANSWER : Flying The other person to share the same nickname is Milkha Singha. Paavo Nurmi – The Flying Finn, Fanny Blankers Koen – The Flying Housewife and Milkha Singh – The Flying Sikh. Six weeks before the 1964 European Championships, Blankers-Koen gave birth to Fanny Junior, but this had not stopped her from resuming training shortly afterwards. BACK…
  53. 53. ANSWER : Rubens Barichello Ironically, two days later, his mentor, Ayrton Senna, lost his life in the fatal crash during the race. BACK…
  54. 54. ANSWER : USA. They won the first three editions of the Uber cup, but have not won since BACK…
  55. 55. ANSWER : Roland Garros BACK…
  56. 56. ANSWER : Eden Gardens BACK…
  57. 57. ANSWER : Royal Calcutta Golf Club (RCGC) •Yardage: 7195/6871 •Par: 72 •Rating: 73.6/72.1 •Mostly flat terrain, small greens and natural water hazards. BACK…
  58. 58. ANSWER : Vivek Ranadive BACK…
  59. 59. ANSWER : Martin Johnson, World Cup winning captain of England rugby team 2003. BACK…
  60. 60. ANSWER : Bobby Fischer The exact number of wins, whether 19 or 20, is still debated. BACK…
  61. 61. ANSWER : Shahbaz Ahmed He is the only player in history of Field Hockey to win two consecutive player of the tournament awards in the 1990 World Cup in Lahore, and at the 1994 World Cup in Sydney BACK…
  62. 62. ANSWER : K.J. Kapil Dev BACK…
  63. 63. ANSWER : Dubious goals panel BACK…
  64. 64. ANSWER : Oscar Pistorius. Due to allegations of shooting and mudering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. BACK…
  65. 65. ANSWER : Sahara Force India BACK…
  66. 66. ANSWER : He is the only non-Asian to win a Gold medal in Badminton at the Olympics. He represented Denmark. BACK…
  67. 67. ANSWER : John McEnroe BACK…
  68. 68. ANSWER : BACK…
  69. 69. ANSWER : The Augusta Masters and the Green Jacket ceremony BACK…
  70. 70. ANSWER : Kareem Abdul Jabbar BACK…
  71. 71. ANSWER : William Webb Ellis was an Anglican clergyman who is believed to have allegedly invented the game of Rugby, while a pupil in Rugby School in Rugby, Warwickshire, England. BACK…
  72. 72. ANSWER : Chess clocks Y here referred to sandglasses. BACK…
  73. 73. ANSWER : All 11 Pakistani players wound up with lifetime suspensions, which, after a high-level apology, were reduced to two years. This was due to the protest of players and fans against a German goal, which involved dumping water on the head of the sport's international governing body and turning their backs to the West German flag during the medals ceremony. BACK…
  74. 74. ANSWER : Cuba BACK…
  75. 75. Spo(r)tify! – Question 1 ANSWER : BACK…
  76. 76. Spo(r)tify! – Question 2 ANSWER: Mika Hakinen overtaking Michael Schumacher at Spa Francorchamps, Belgian Grand Prix BACK…
  77. 77. Spo(r)tify! – Question 3 ANSWER : David Hussey BACK…
  78. 78. Spo(r)tify! – Question 4 ANSWER : BACK…
  79. 79. Spo(r)tify! – Question 5 ANSWER : BACK…
  80. 80. Spo(r)tify! – Question 6 ANSWER : BACK…
  81. 81. Spo(r)tify! – Question 7 ANSWER : BACK…
  82. 82. Spo(r)tify! – Question 8 ANSWER : Francois Pienaar talking about Nelson Mandela BACK…
  83. 83. I Am the Game! – Question 1 ANSWER : Nwanka Kanu BACK…
  84. 84. I Am the Game! – Question 2 ANSWER : Narsingh Deonarine Dismissed Sachin Tendulkar for the last time in Test matches. Eric Hollies Dismissed Sir Donald Bradman in his last innings. BACK…
  85. 85. I Am the Game! – Question 3 ANSWER : The America‟s Cup BACK…
  86. 86. I Am the Game! – Question 4 ANSWER : They have all head-butted Marco Materazzi BACK…
  87. 87. I Am the Game! – Question 5 ANSWER : AB de Villiers BACK…
  88. 88. I Am the Game! – Question 6 ANSWER : Rohullah Nikpai. First and only Afghan medalist at the Olympics. Two time Taekwondo bronze medallist – Beijing 2008 and London 2012 BACK…
  89. 89. I Am the Game! – Question 7 ANSWER : Neymar The Ferenc Puskas Award BACK…
  90. 90. I Am the Game! – Question 8 ANSWER : Lance Armstrong 1) Armstrong played himself(cameo) in the movie,‟ You, Me & Dupree‟. 2) He owns the „Juan Pelota Café‟. Juan: homonym of one. Pelota: Ball. A joking reference to his testicular cancer. BACK…
  91. 91. Together we Win! – Question 1 ANSWER : BACK…
  92. 92. Together we Win! – Question 2 ANSWER : Benetton Playlife BACK…
  93. 93. Together we Win! – Question 3 ANSWER : Michael Jordan BACK…
  94. 94. Together we Win! – Question 4 ANSWER : Eddie Irvine BACK…
  95. 95. Together we Win! – Question +10/0 5 ANSWER : Championship winning drivers with Ferrari Clockwise from top left 1. Juan Manuel Fangio - 1956 2. Jody Schekter - 1979 3. Alberto Ascari – 1952,1953 4. Phil Hill - 1961 5. John Surtees - 1964 6. Niki Lauda - 1977 7. Mike Hawthorn - 1958 THEME BACK…
  96. 96. Theme ANSWER : Michael Schumacher 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Won the Macau Grand Prix in 1990 Won two World Championships with Benetton Started his Formula 1 career with Jordan Eddie Irvine was his first teammate at Ferrari Won five championships in a row with Ferrari, 2000-2004

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