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Trivia Crack (Sports) 1 to 25 Answers

Q: Anna Kournikova won the doubles competition of the Australian Open of 1999. What swiss player was her partner?
Answer: Martina Hingis
Q: Despite suffering from Parkinson, what athlete lighted the Olympic flame to inaugurate the Olympic Games in Atlanta?
Answer: Muhammad Ali
Q: Dolphin style is related to what sport?
Answer: Swimming
Q: Every how many yeas are the Winter Olympic Games celebrated?
Answer: Every four years
Q: From which country is the athlete Maria Mutola, who won her eighth world title in Paris in 2003?
Answer: Mozambique
Q: How long is a basketball game international and in the NBA?
Answer: 40 and 48 minutes long
Q: How many bearings does a skateboard have?
Answer: 8 bearings
Q: How many cards does an English or French deck have?
Answer: 52 cards
Q: How many chess pawns are in a chess game?
Answer: 16 pawns
Q: How many fights did Muhammad Ali win during his career?
Answer: 56 fights
Q: How many games were disputed in the longest match in the history of Wimbledon?
Answer: 183 games
Q: How many goals did Germany score in the 2014 World Cup Against Brazil?
Answer: 7 Goals
Q: How many numbers appear in a darts board?
Answer: 20
Q: How many players are in a chess game?
Answer: 2 players
Q: How many players per team are there in court in handball?
Answer: 7 players
Q: How many points does a half court shot give in Basketball?
Answer: 3 points
Q: How many positions are there in Volleyball?
Answer: 6 positions
Q: How many seasons did the famous baseball player ‘Babe Ruth’ play?
Answer: 22
Q: How many squares are there in a chess board?
Answer: 64 squares
Q: How many striped ball are there in a pool game?
Answer: 7 striped balls
Q: How many wheels does a unicycle have?
Answer: 1 wheel
Q: How many white pieces are in chess game?
Answer: 16 white pieces
Q: How much is the addition of all the points of a dice?
Answer: 21
Q: In 2009, Olympic athlete Usain Bolt publicized the efforts for Kenya’s conversation adopting a cub called Lightning Bolt. What species?
Answer: Cheetah
Q: In a horse race, the winner is the horse that crosses the finish line with its what?
Answer: Head

Trivia Crack (Sports) 26 to 50 Answers

Q: In artistic gymnastics, how many different apparatus do women compete on?
Answer: 4
Q: In biathlon, what event comes after cross-country skiing?
Answer: Rifle shooting
Q: In racewalking, athletes…
Answer: Walk
Q: In sumo wrestling, what is the dohyo?
Answer: the ring
Q: In the Winter Olympics there are luge competitions. What is luge?
Answer: A sled
Q: In which board game can a piece move in L?
Answer: Chess
Q: In which of these teams of Formula 1 did Michael Schumacher run?
Answer: Ferrari team
Q: In which sport might you legally use a hand-off on an opponent?
Answer: Rugby
Q: Name the technique of judging a horse back rider’s skill.
Answer: Equitation
Q: On what kind of surface is sandboard practiced?
Answer: Sand
Q: Original regattas were ship races that took place in the Grand Canal of what city?
Answer: Venice
Q: Swords are used in which of the following martial arts?
Answer: Ninjutsu
Q: The tiger Hodori was the mascot of which Olympic Games?
Answer: Seoul 88 Olympic Games
Q: This sport was born in India, men can win the Thomas Cup and women, the Uber Cup. What sport is it?
Answer: Badminton
Q: What Olympic medal does not exist?
Answer: Copper medal
Q: What boxer was found guilty for draft evasion after declaring himself a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War?
Answer: Muhammad Ali
Q: What city are the Blue Jays from?
Answer: Toronto
Q: What city hosted the first modern Olympics?
Answer: Athens
Q: What country has won the most Davis Cups?
Answer: United States
Q: What country is Taekwondo originally from?
Answer: Korea
Q: What country is big in Olympic swimming thanks to stars such as Dawn Fraser and Ian Thorpe, being only after the United States in golds and medals?
Answer: Australia
Q: What country won EuroBasket 2011?
Answer: Spain
Q: What country won the most medals in the Olympic Games of 2008?
Answer: United States
Q: What discipline is not a part of Modern Pentathlon?
Answer: Cycling
Q: What do you score in American and Canadian football?
Answer: Touchdown

Trivia Crack (Sports) 51 to 75 Answers

Q: What does NRL stand for?
Answer: National Rugby League
Q: What does WWE stand for?
Answer: World Wrestling Entertainment
Q: What game need 11 player and a pitch?
Answer: Cricket
Q: What is LeBron James nickname?
Answer: The King
Q: What is Tiger Woods real name?
Answer: Eldrick Woods
Q: What is the maximum number of games you can play in a basketball playoff?
Answer: 7 games
Q: What is the mechanical animal that greyhounds chase during a race?
Answer: Hare
Q: What is the name given to the NFL final?
Answer: Super Bowl
Q: What is the name of Florida’s baseball team?
Answer: Marlins
Q: What is the term used in tennis when the score is 40-40?
Answer: Deuce
Q: What is the world’s most popular and most played sport?
Answer: Soccer
Q: What is ‘Texas Hold’em’?
Answer: A type of poker
Q: What motor-racing team was Fernando Alonso part of from 2002 to 2006?
Answer: Renault
Q: What number did Michael Jordan play as on the Chicago Bulls?
Answer: 23
Q: What player of the WWE is known as ‘The Lord of Darkness’?
Answer: The Undertaker
Q: What player was the best soccer of the American team the Dream Team of 1992?
Answer: Charles Barkley
Q: What racing driver died in 2011?
Answer: Marco Simoncelli
Q: What sport do the Miami Dolphins practice?
Answer: American Football
Q: What sport do the New York Mets play?
Answer: Baseball
Q: What sport do you play if you play in the NFL?
Answer: American football
Q: What sport is controlled internationally by the IJF?
Answer: Judo
Q: What sport need no equipment?
Answer: Running
Q: What teams did Michael Jordan play in?
Answer: Chicago Bulls, Washington Wizards
Q: What year were the first modern Olympics Games held?
Answer: 1896
Q: What’s England’s national sport?
Answer: Cricket

Trivia Crack (Sports) 75 to 100 Answers

Q: What’s a natatorium?
Answer: A pool
Q: What’s the fastest swimming style?
Answer: Front crawl
Q: What’s the first name of the Italian motorcycle race driver Melandri?
Answer: Marco
Q: What’s the name of the Greek musician who compose the original hymn of the Olympic Games?
Answer: Spirou Samara
Q: What’s the name of the field hockey move when the ball is lifted with the stick?
Answer: Flick
Q: What’s the official color of fencing?
Answer: White
Q: What’s the only Olympic throwing event where competitors don’t throw from inside a circle, but they start off running?
Answer: Javelin
Q: What’s the weapon used in women’s fencing?
Answer: Foil
Q: When did the FIFA World Cup take place in the USA?
Answer: 1994
Q: When was the last time Michael Jordan played in the NBA?
Answer: 2003
Q: Where is Muay Thai originally from?
Answer: Thailand
Q: Where is NBA’s Hall of Fame?
Answer: Springfield (MA)
Q: Where is rugby originally from?
Answer: England
Q: Where was the car racing driver Emerson Fittipaldi from?
Answer: Brazil
Q: Where were the first Olympic Games of the modern era celebrated?
Answer: Athens
Q: Where were the first Pan American Games celebrated, in 1951?
Answer: Buenos AIres
Q: Where will the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup be held?
Answer: Canada
Q: Which Brazil soccer team won the national championship 6 times?
Answer: Sao Paulo FC
Q: Which Canadian Hockey team won the gold metal at the 2014 Winter Olympics?
Answer: Both men and women
Q: Which athletics event is the longest distance in which competitors stay in their own lanes?
Answer: 400m
Q: Which ball is the smallest?
Answer: Golf ball
Q: Which baseball player is behind the batter?
Answer: Catcher
Q: Which city will host the Olympics in 2020?
Answer: Tokyo
Q: Which country hosted the Olympics in 2008?
Answer: China
Q: Which is the fastest runner in the whole world?
Answer: Usain Bolt

Trivia Crack (Sports) 101 to 125 Answers

Q: Which is the most successful team in the Champions League?
Answer: Real Madrid
Q: Which of the following is an Olympic sport?
Answer: Curling
Q: Which of the following is not an Olympic sport?
Answer: Small game hunt
Q: Which of the following is not currently an Olympic sport?
Answer: Lacrosse
Q: Which of the following is not part of decathlon?
Answer: Marathon
Q: Which of the following types of hockey does not exist?
Answer: Asphalt hockey
Q: Which of these activities is related to horseback riding?
Answer: All of the above
Q: Which of these is a discipline in both men’s and women’s gymnastics?
Answer: Floor exercises
Q: Which of these is the US name for the French card game vingt-et-un?
Answer: Blackjack
Q: Which of these positions does not exist in a baseball game?
Answer: Fullback
Q: Which of these would be of most use if you wanted to play poker?
Answer: Pack of cards
Q: Which sport do Jeremy Roenick, Mario Lemieux, and Wayne Gretzky play?
Answer: Hockey
Q: Which sport have the expressions ‘saved by the bell’ and ‘throw the towel’ been taken from?
Answer: Boxing
Q: Which sport originated in China?
Answer: Dodgeball
Q: Which sport would you be playing if you were competing on the ATP tour?
Answer: Tennis

Trivia Crack (Sports) 126 to 150 Answers

Q: Which team did Alex Ferguson manage?
Answer: Manchester United
Q: Which team won the Baseball World Series of 2013?
Answer: Boston Red Sox
Q: Which was the first Grand Slam won by Andre Agassi?
Answer: Wimbledon
Q: Who has never won the MVP award of the NBA season?
Answer: Vince Carter
Q: Who is Muhammad Ali?
Answer: Boxer
Q: Who is Tiger Woods?
Answer: Golf player
Q: Who was the boxer who bit his opponent’s ear during a fight?
Answer: Mike Tyson
Q: Who was the first quarterback to throw for 50 touchdowns in a single season?
Answer: Tom Brady
Q: Who won more cycling medals at the London 2012 Olympic Games?
Answer: USA
Q: Who won the Formula One World’s Driver Championship in 2005 and 2006?
Answer: Fernando Alonso
Q: Who won the first Formula 1 World Championship?
Answer: Guiseppe Farino
Q: Whose quotes is ‘fly like a butterfly sting like a bee’?
Answer: Muhammad Ali
Q: Wilson Kipeter broke the 800m record of what other athlete?
Answer: Sebastian Coe
Q: ln which state of the United States are celebrated the XGames?
Answer: California
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