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Mixed Sports Trivia

written by: eyez2k1ss
 
Find out how devoted to sports you are. This quiz covers a variety of sports, ranging from the most popular to the most exotic and little known ones.

Question 1:


This sport, whereby the player navigates the playing field on horseback, is the national game of Argentina.
Pato
Kosho
Hapkido
Parkour

Question 2:


Canyoning is the extreme sport of travelling down canyons, using which of the following techniques?
Scrambling and climbing
Jumping
Abseiling
All of these

Question 3:


Which of the following sports is a fictional one and exists only in the imaginary world of a popular US science fiction movie?
Podracing
Ringo
Cyclocross
Air Racing

Question 4:


According to the rules of the International Skating Union, major speed skating competitions can be held on outdoor or indoor ice ovals, of what standard length?
1000 m (3,280 ft)
700 m (2,300 ft)
500 m (1,640 ft)
400 m (1,310 ft)

Question 5:


Pole vaulting, an athletics jumping discipline event, in which competitors use a long, flexible pole to leap over a bar, is under what number in the decathlon order?
Three
Four
Nine
Eight

Question 6:


Kart racing, a sport that originated in the 1950s in the United States, was created and popularised in which of these professional fields?
Infantry
Military medics
Military mechanicians
Military air forces

Question 7:


Susan Oliver, an American actress and television director of the 50s and 60s, was keen on what unusual sport?
Sumo
Skydiving
Motocross
Air racing

Question 8:


Parkour, a relatively new sport of physical strength and agility, is usually practised in what kind of surroundings?
Fields
Mountain regions
Urban areas
Deserts

Question 9:


The javelin discipline has been part of the Summer Olympics since what year?
1908
1896
1940
1961

Question 10:


Modern pentathlon is a sports contest consisting of 5 events. The first four are épée fencing, pistol shooting, 200 m freestyle swimming, and a show jumping course on horseback. Which is the fifth event?


Question 11:


Bocce, a sport that developed into its present form in Italy, is classified as what type of sports activity?
Winter sport
Target sport
Strength sport
Combat sport

Question 12:


Floorball, a type of team sport popular in Sweden, Finland and Switzerland, is similar to which of these popular sports?
Football
Polo
Badminton
Ice hockey

Question 13:


In squash, small coloured dots on the ball indicate the level of bounciness, hence the skills needed to handle the ball. According to the Professional Squash Association standards, what does the red colour indicate?
Slow ball
Extra slow ball
Fast ball
Medium ball

Question 14:


According to volleyball official rules, touching the net during play is not considered a fault in which case?
Touching the net with foot
Touching the net with a part of one's clothing
Touching the net with hair
None of these

Question 15:


Boules is a collective name for a number of games played with what type of balls?
Metal balls
Wooden balls
Dotted balls
Rubber balls

 


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